The Gould Family

Our first traceable Gould ancestor was William Bond Gould who was born in 1816, probably in New York. We have not determined who his parents were. While still a young man he left New York and moved to Arkansas, where he married Sarah Sophronia Campbell, daughter of David Richardson Campbell. William and Sarah had nine children and made their home in Pike County, Arkansas.

William served as a representative of Pike County to the Arkansas State legislature. He is recorded as serving during the following years 1854-55, 1862, 1865. William was a cabinetmaker by trade. He also farmed and was a captain in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. William died in 1874, not terribly long after the war ended.

William Bond Gould

William Bond Gould was born on October 15, 1816. He was said to have been a native of New York as evidenced by most reports to the U.S. Census taker, however, this researcher has also seen his place of origin also listed as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. To date a record of his parents have not been found. It appears that he came to Pike County, Arkansas in the late 1830ís.

William married on November 28, 1839 to Sarah Sophronia Campbell in Pike County, Arkansas. Sarah was reported to have been from Tennessee. Little is know of her background, but we know that she was the daughter of David Richardson Campbell. Sarah had five siblings: Malinda, Jerome, Susanna, Cassandra and David Jr. It was said that the Campbell family emigrated "at an early date" to Hempstead County, Arkansas. Hempstead County adjoined Pike County where the family eventually moved. The 1840 Census listed William and Sarah as living in Thompson Township, Pike County, Arkansas.

William and Sarah were believed to have had a total of nine children, one dying at birth. These children were named: Isabella Clementine, Cassandra Campbell, Jerome Augustus, Malinda Watkins (died before 2nd birthday), William Moore, Sarah Sophronia, Susanna Tillman, Louvida Ann "Annie", and Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie".

By 1850 the Gouldís were living in Pike County, Arkansas. The U.S. Census taker recorded W.B. Gould, Sarah, Isabella, 10, Cassandra, 8, Jerome, 6, William M., 4, and Sarah S., 1. Sarahís brother, David Campbell, 22, was listed as living with them. (Later David would marry Mary "Polly" Kizziar who was the daughter of Hiram Kizziar, the sister of Nathan Kizziar who would marry Isabella the eldest daughter of William and Sarah.) The census listed William as a cabinetmaker and David as a farmer.

William was a member of the Masonic fraternity, Pike Lodge No. 91, and held principal offices. Besides being listed in the census as a cabinetmaker, he was also listed as a farmer. William served as a representative of Pike County to the Arkansas State legislature. He is recorded as serving during the following years 1854-55, 1862, 1865.

During the War Between the States, William joined with the southern forces in 1861 and served as a first lieutenant and then was promoted to captain, in the Confederate Army. He resigned in 1862 shortly after his promotion to captain, due to ill health.

In 1861 William entered a home company and was elected first lieutenant of the company, which marched to Van Buren where they set up camp near Mt. Vernon, Misouri in August of 1861. They were organized into the Fourth Regiment Company G, under Captain James F. Black. When Captain Black died William was elected Captain on January 21, 1862.

In March of 1862 Williamís company fought in the Battle of Pea Ridge, of which much has been written. There are books devoted entirely to this battle. In The Civil War Day By Day Almanac 1861-1865 by E.B. Long the following is an acount given of this battle:

"1862, March 6, Thursday Action Begins at Pea Ridge, Arkansas

By late afternoon the four Federal divisions of Samuel R. Curtisí army in Arkansas were in positions at Sugar Creek north of Fayetteville and well entrenched, looking south. However, Confederate Earl Van Doren would not risk a frontal attack and decided late in the day, after some moderate fighting, to pass around the Feds by means of a night march, and attack from the North of Pea Ridge. Van Dorn had written, "I must have St. Louis or the Huza![sic].

1862, March 7, Friday Battle of Pea Ridge or Elkhorn Tavern, Arkansas

The weather was clear but cold after recent storms in norhtwest Arkansas as two Confederate columns pased around the Fed flank and Van Dornís army attacked that of Curtis from the North at Pea Rige or Elkhorn Tavern. The Feds, expecting a frontal attack from the south, discovered the move and quickly swung around. At first, the Confederates, aided by Indian forces, were successful. All day it was a swirling battle of gain and repulse. Van Dorn finally withdrew troops from his western wing to help his main attack. The death of Brig. General Benjamin McCulloch on the Confederate right caused much confusion. Brig. General James McIntosh likewise fell. Curtis concentrated his Feds by nightfall and determined to await renewal of the drive by Van Dorn the next day. The biggest battle west of the Mississippi during the Civil War was being fought. It was a frontier-type struggle, with much rough infighting and personal courage. A German-Yankee cried, "Boys, now strike that the chips fly." Both sides did just that. Charges of Confederate Indians scalping numbers of falled Feds have been largely discounted.

1862, March 8, Saturday Battle of Pea Ridge or Elkhorn Tavern, Arkansas Concluded

In the wet early spring in northern Arkansas, Federal troops of General Curtis victoriously drove Confederates from Pea Ridge in what was really the third day of the battle near Elkhorn Tavern. Van Dornís weakened Confederates retreated somewhat precipitately toward the Arkansas River, arriving at Huntsville on the ninth and then moving on to Van Buren, Arkansas. The battle meant, probably, the permanent loss of Missouri, and its adverse effects hampered the Confederate plans to maintain the Mississippi River. It was the last major offensive of the South in the Trans-Mississippi until 1864. The Feds had about 11,000 troops with 203 killed and 980 wounded and 20 missing or captured. The Confederates 14,000, with 600 killed and wounded and 200 captured or missing. Curtis, contemplating the scene, wrote his brother, "The enemy is again far away in the Boston Mountains. The scene is silent and sad Ė the vulture and the wolf now have the dominion and the dead friends and foes sleep in the same lonely grave."

During the Civil War, William wrote the following letter to his wife:

Camp Jackson, Ark

October the 2nd 1861

Dear Wife,

I received your letter of September the 10th on yesterday and hasten this morning to answer the same. Your letter gave me pleasure to hear from you and to hear that you were well and it gave me pain to hear that some of you were chilling. It also pained me to see the disposition you have of grumbling at me. It is true you are somewhat are in a bad situation but I had thought that we would make corn enough and to spare that you could sell enough to supply all the money you would need to buy your neccesseserrys [sic] and had hoped that Tarpley had payed [sic] you the money he so faithfully promised to do and I had insurance from several that you should have plenty of meat to do you and if there [sic] promises are all complied with I canít see why you canít get along comfortable for one year and my wages here during the year will enable me when I get home to buy a place where we can again be settled and have a house of our own. I feel for you. I know you are lonesome and feel distressed about me but I will try to take good care of myself as I can. . . UNREADABLE . . hope to most you all in god health again at the expiration of my term of service and think will never part from you again during life. You also grumble about me not writing oftner [sic]. I have wrote [sic] I think this is eight times and have only received two letters from you and then you complain about having to pay the postage. This is hard but I donít see how I can help it and did not know it was the case untill [sic] lately and canít help it there [sic] no post office here and they wonít receive any any [sic] money from us to prepay postage as our letters goes [sic] by express from here to Fort Smith where they are mailed you [sic] . . . UNREADABLE . . . Try to sell wheat or corn enough to pay your postage. Other write to there [sic] husbands here and write like they were contented and satisfied with there [sic] husbands being in the army but I will say no more. It has pained me to say this much. My health has been bad for this last ten days. Have had some fever but are [sic] improving and getting well. We received the package of clothing you sent us which is thankfully received. We have no news to write. We have not been outside of the Encampment since we came to this place and I have no doubt that it hurts me to be absent from home as much as any of you and with the advantages you have of keeping comfortable and dry at home. I am suffering more than any of you and now while writing this morning with no chair to set upon, down on the flat ground my back nearly braeks [sic] into [sic] to write one letter. I have not seen a cup and saucer and chair or table since I left home. Eat standing up or on the ground with a tin cup for my coffee and a tin plate with my pocket knife for knife and fork to say nothing of the rain and winds and storms. It is raining hard this morning while I am writing and can hardly keep my paper dry enough to write upon. Our tent leaks badly and should we have to camp in tents all winter we will have a pretty rough time of it. It is rough at best so you see we have a plenty of troubles of our own a thousand and one that you have no idea. Off and under these circumstances it would be refreshing to here [sic] that our wives and children were happy and contented at home and would give us consolation in our troubles and dangers which so far from them. I would like very much that Nathan or Horace one would live near you though I have faith in Jerome that he will do all he can to make you comfortable and will try to make a good crop. Tell him to do his best and if I am discharged in Missouri I will try to buy a good horse to go home upon and he will probably get it for his own when I get home. Tell Nathan I will pay him for all his extra trouble in gathering and taking care of the crop. UNREADABLE more or a great many of them are still sick but are improving some. Capt Black and Floyd are sick and have gone out into the country until they get well. Lieut. McCollum is well and has not been sick but very litle since he left home. Baldwin is in good health now has been sick a few days. We do not know how long we may stay here or where we may be sent rom here but are determined to try and discharge our duty knowing that it is our duty to our country honestly and faithfully untill [sic] we are honorably discharged the service and can return in UNREADABLE to our family and UNREADABLE our having left you so long and do hope you will not grieve so much. Have more fortitude and hope for the best and put your trust in God who is able to protect the widow and the orphans and who has promised he will do it and never se the Righteous forsaken or his UNREADALBE begging bread. I want you [to] write how the crop turned out and how you are getting along and how you are going to make a crop whether Nathan or Horace is going to crop with you and whether or not you have sowed dry wheat and your prospects for meat which Joe Hutson promised me if hogs did not get fat he would let you have the hogs to fatten yourself and I certainly think we have made corn enough to fatten meat and have a plenty to do you besides and probably some to sell. All I can say is do the best you can under the circumstances and maybe all will be right some day. Give my best love and respects to all the children and Cass, Nathan, and UNREADABLE, Horace and Nancy, Dave and Polly and all of there [sic] children and all inquiring friends and for yourself accept the warmest love of your absent but ever devoted husband.

W.B. Gould

To Sarah S. Gould

P.S. Write as often as you can. I would be glad to hear from you often. Tell Horace, Nathan, Joe and Dave all to write for it is a long time between letters having only received two UNREADABLE. . . it is nearly . . . UNREADABLE. . . make an effort for volunteers and I would advise all our boys that is Nathan, Joe and Horace to stay at home as I do not see any great necessity for troops here and it is a hard rough life enough so to nearly kill a man who has not got a good constitution. Write soon. Your affectionate husband.

W.B. Gould

 

Williamís son Jerome, died in the Civil War. His son-in-law Nathan Kizzia, husband of oldest daughter Isabella, also served in the Confederate army.

On May 25, 1862, William who was by then forty-six years old, was discharged from the Confederate Army on account of ill health and returned to Pike County where he remained until his death twelve years later in May of 1874. He was 58 years old when he died. We have a copy of Williamsí service records.

A record of a marriage on November 27, 1873 of William Bond Gould to Elizabeth "Lizzie" Davis is recorded in Pike County records. This is a marriage that had previously been unknown to current descendents and a divorce record of the marriage of Sarah and William has not been found, so this is curious and unexplainable at this time, but this is generally believed to have been him.

In 1890 Sarah Campbell Gould was recorded in the U.S. Census as living with her daughter Isabella Gould Kizzia. She was believed to have died about 1908 in Pike County, Arkansas when she was about 85 years old.

 

1. WILLIAM BOND1 GOULD was born October 15, 1816 in New York, and died May 25, 1874 in Pike County, Arkansas. He married (1) SARAH SOPHRONIA CAMPBELL November 28, 1839 in Ozan Township, Hempstead County, Arkansas, daughter of DAVID CAMPBELL and S. WHITE. He married (2) LIZZIE DAVIS November 27, 1873 in Clark, Arkansas.

Children of WILLIAM GOULD and SARAH CAMPBELL are:

2. i. ISABELLA CLEMENTINE2 GOULD, b. November 15, 1840, Pike County, Arkansas; d. September 01, 1898, Pike County, Arkansas.

3. ii. CASSANDRA CAMPBELL GOULD, b. April 13, 1842, Pike County, Arkansas; d. 1930.

iii. JEROME AUGUSTUS GOULD, b. March 07, 1844, Pike County, Arkansas; d. March 20, 1863, died in the Civil War.

iv. MALINDA WATKINS GOULD, b. March 29, 1846, Pike County, Arkansas; d. March 19, 1847, Pike County, Arkansas.

4. v. WILLIAM MOORE GOULD, b. May 04, 1848, Pike County, Arkansas; d. 1911.

5. vi. SARAH SOPHRONIA GOULD, b. July 26, 1850, Pike County, Arkansas; d. February 28, 1921, Arkansas.

6. vii. SUSANNA TILLMAN GOULD, b. December 29, 1852, Pike County, Arkansas; d. June 11, 1925.

7. viii. LAVIDA ANN GOULD, b. March 03, 1855, Pike County, Arkansas.

8. ix. MARY ELIZABETH GOULD, b. December 14, 1860, Pike County, Arkansas; d. January 28, 1897.

 

2nd Generation

 

Isabella Clementine Gould

2. ISABELLA CLEMENTINE2 GOULD (WILLIAM BOND1) was born November 15, 1840 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died September 01, 1898 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married NATHAN H. KIZZIA April 30, 1857 in Pike County, Arkansas, son of HIRAM KIZZIAR and SARAH ?.

Children of ISABELLA GOULD and NATHAN KIZZIA are:

i. WILLIAM MARTIN3 KIZZIA, b. June 10, 1858, Pike County, Arkansas; d. April 12, 1939, Pike County, Arkansas?.

ii. JEROME MCKINDREY KIZZIA, b. August 1860, Pike County, Arkansas.

iii. EMMET R. KIZZIA, b. Abt. 1862, Pike County, Arkansas.

iv. CASSABIANCA KIZZIA, b. December 12, 1866, Pike County, Arkansas; d. November 08, 1940.

v. SARAH ISABELLA KIZZIA, b. May 18, 1869, Pike County, Arkansas; d. February 08, 1964.

vi. MARY A. KIZZIA, b. August 1873, Pike County, Arkansas.

vii. CASSANDRA E. KIZZIA, b. February 1875, Pike County, Arkansas.

viii. JOHN BIGGS KIZZIA, b. March 1879, Pike County, Arkansas.

 

FOR INFORMATION ON THE DESCENDENTS OF

ISABELLA CLEMENTINE GOULD SEE THE KIZZIA FAMILY HISTORY

 

 

Cassandra Campbell Gould

 

3. CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD (WILLIAM BOND1) was born April 13, 1842 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died 1930. She married (1) HORACE HUTCHINGS November 29, 1860 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married (2) JAMES ALBERT COVINGTON January 16, 1867 in Pike County, Arkansas, son of LEVI COVINGTON and MARGARET ?.

Child of CASSANDRA GOULD and HORACE HUTCHINGS is:

16. i. SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, b. April 1862, Pike County, Arkansas; d. Abt. 1936, Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of CASSANDRA GOULD and JAMES COVINGTON are:

17. ii. SOPHIA SOPHRONIA3 COVINGTON, b. August 1873, Pike County, Arkansas.

18. iii. MARY ANN COVINGTON, b. August 1876, Pike County, Arkansas; d. Abt. 1947.

19. iv. ALICE DEBORAH COVINGTON, b. August 1880, Pike County, Arkansas.

v. FLETCHER COVINGTON, b. Pike County, Arkansas.

Notes for FLETCHER COVINGTON:

From WFT V. 51, T. 2782: Fletcher Covington died at the age of 21, when he was run over by a train (in Prescott?). This information was said to have been provided from the list of descendents of William Bond Gould and Sarah Campbell, compiled by various relatives for a Mansfield cousins reunion on July 6, 1991.

20. vi. JEROME COVINGTON.

 

William Moore Gould

4. WILLIAM MOORE2 GOULD (WILLIAM BOND1) was born May 04, 1848 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died 1911. He married MARY JEAN BRANCH July 14, 1872 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Notes for WILLIAM MOORE GOULD:

From Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, 1890 Pike County (pages 327-328): William M. Gould, a successful planter and an influential citizen of Pike County, was born in this country May 4, 1848. His parents, William B. and Sarah (Campbell) Gould the former a native of Philadephia, and a farmer by occupation, had a family of nine chldren - seven girls and two boys - all of whom grew to maturity with the exception of one, viz., Isabella, cassandria, Sophronia, Susana, Annie, Lizzie, Jerome and William. Mr. Gould was a member of the masonic fraternity, Pike Lodge No. 91 in which he held all the principal offices. He served as representative of Pike County for several years. In July 1861, he entered a home company, was elected first lieutenant of the company, marched to Van Buren, where they were organized into the Fourth Regiment, under Capt. Black, and participated in the Battle of Pea Ridge. Their Captain died and Mr. Gould was elected in his stead, but he resigned this commision in 1862, on account of ill health, and returned home, where he remained until his death, May 25, 1874. He was born October 15, 1816. is widow still survives and is residing with her oldest daughter. The immediate subject of this sketch was reared in Pike County, and remained at home until he attained his majority, when he took his belongings, which consisted of a horse and saddle, and started in life for himself, choosing farming as his vocation. July 11, 1876, he married Miss Mary Branch, a native of Tennessee, by whom he had six childre, viz. Willie, Lula (deceased), Johnnie, Frank, Laura and Katie. Mr. Gould is now the owner of a well-stocked farm of 280 acres of good land, sixty acres of which are under an excellent state of cultivation. He is a member of the Masonic fraternity, Pike Lodge No. 91, and takes an active part in furthering the interests of the community. Mrs. Gould is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South.

Children of WILLIAM GOULD and MARY BRANCH are:

i. WILLIAM BOND3 GOULD, b. August 1873, Pike County, Arkansas; d. August 03, 1955, Glenwood, Arkansas; m. NORA E. JOHNSON.

ii. LULA GOULD, b. Pike County, Arkansas; d. Pike County, Arkansas.

21. iii. JOHN HORACE GOULD, b. August 1877, Pike County, Arkansas.

iv. GEORGE FRANK GOULD, b. July 1880, Pike County, Arkansas.

v. LAURA I. GOULD, b. March 1883, Pike County, Arkansas.

vi. KATE M. GOULD, b. September 1885, Pike County, Arkansas.

 

Sarah Sophronia Gould

5. SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD (WILLIAM BOND1) was born July 26, 1850 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died February 28, 1921 in Arkansas. She married JAMES WILLIAM DAVIS MANSFIELD January 16, 1867 in Pike County, Arkansas, son of JAMES MANSFIELD and ULILA DAVIS.

Notes for JAMES WILLIAM DAVIS MANSFIELD:

WFT V. 51, T. 2782 states: Military Service May 22, 1862, Confederate, Ark. 1st Cavalry (Monroe's) Company D. Listed in muster rolls as J.D. Mansfield.

Children of SARAH GOULD and JAMES MANSFIELD are:

22. i. ALICE ANN3 MANSFIELD, b. September 22, 1868, Brock Town, Pike County, Arkansas; d. February 14, 1952, Stuttgart, Arkansas.

23. ii. AMANDA ETTA ISABEL MANSFIELD, b. December 04, 1869, Pike County, Arkansas; d. 1958.

24. iii. HENRY THEODORE MANSFIELD, b. September 07, 1871, Saline Creek, Pike County, Arkansas; d. March 07, 1955, Benton, Saline County, Arkansas.

25. iv. SUSANNAH OPHELIA MANSFIELD, b. September 30, 1873, Saline Creek, Pike County, Arkansas; d. 1907, Arkansas.

26. v. JAMES ARTHUR MANSFIELD, b. November 06, 1875, Saline Creek, Pike County, Arkansas.

27. vi. EMMA JANE MANSFIELD, b. November 03, 1877, Pike County, Arkansas.

28. vii. MARY IDA MANSFIELD, b. November 1879, Pike County, Arkansas.

29. viii. ROXANNA GOULD MANSFIELD, b. November 1881, Pike County, Arkansas.

ix. WILLIAM GRANVILLE MANSFIELD, b. November 15, 1883, Pike County, Arkansas; m. BERNICE BOZARTH, May 01, 1912, Pike County, Arkansas.

30. x. WALTER ROSCO MANSFIELD, b. April 1886, Pike County, Arkansas; d. Benton, Saline County, Arkansas.

 

Susanna Tillman Gould

6. SUSANNA TILLMAN2 GOULD (WILLIAM BOND1) was born December 29, 1852 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died June 11, 1925. She married JOHN BRANCH Abt. 1875 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of SUSANNA GOULD and JOHN BRANCH are:

31. i. ADA JANE3 BRANCH, b. October 1875, Arkansas.

32. ii. WILLIAM EDWARD BRANCH, b. January 1877, Pike County, Arkansas.

33. iii. JOHN D. BRANCH, b. September 1879, Pike County, Arkansas.

34. iv. HENRY CLAUDE BRANCH, b. August 1881, Pike County, Arkansas.

v. SAMUEL H. BRANCH, b. November 1883, Pike County, Arkansas; d. October 31, 1930, Arkansas; m. (1) SUSIE E. LOCKAMY, February 24, 1904, Pike County, Arkansas; m. (2) WINIFRED CUBAGE, December 24, 1911, Clark County, Arkansas.

35. vi. HARRY ALPHANSO BRANCH, b. April 1886, Pike County, Arkansas.

vii. ALICE MAE BRANCH, b. December 1888, Pike County, Arkansas; m. MACK ROSS.

viii. NONA Z. BRANCH, b. July 1891, Pike County, Arkansas.

 

Lavida Ann Gould

7. LAVIDA ANN2 GOULD (WILLIAM BOND1) was born March 03, 1855 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married HENRY DICKSON POLK Abt. 1876 in Pike County, Arkansas, son of TAYLOR POLK and PRUDENCE ?. (Have also seen name as Louvida Ė wonder if it is a version of the Scottish name Loveday.)

In the WFT V. 51, T. 2782, it lists their children as:

Will Polk, George Polk, Lula Polk m. Terry Walker, Jennie Polk, m. ? Walker, Bertie Polk, m. ? Meradeth, Earl Polk, Pearl Polk. My earlier records listed a son named Jim (not named here) and did not list Jennie and Bertie.

Children of LAVIDA GOULD and HENRY POLK are:

i. JIM3 POLK.

ii. WILL POLK.

iii. GEORGE POLK.

iv. EARL POLK.

v. PEARL POLK.

    1. LOLA POLK (or Lula), m. TERRY WALKER.

 

Mary Elizabeth Gould

8. MARY ELIZABETH2 GOULD (WILLIAM BOND1) was born December 14, 1860 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died January 28, 1897. She married JONAS E. HENDERSON 1878 in Pike County, Arkansas, son of WILLIAM HENDERSON and FRANCES BURKETT.

Children of MARY GOULD and JONAS HENDERSON are:

36. i. SARAH SOPHRONIA3 HENDERSON, b. September 1879, Pike County, Arkansas.

ii. LOUDIE HENDERSON, b. May 1882, Arkansas; m. FELIX COPELAND.

iii. INA S. HENDERSON, b. Abt. 1885, Arkansas; d. Abt. 1886, Arkansas.

iv. MAUD HENDERSON, b. July 1886, Arkansas; m. ? CONNEL.

37. v. DEBORAH GOULD HENDERSON, b. September 1889, Arkansas; d. Abt. 1940.

vi. FRED HENDERSON, b. March 1892, Arkansas; m. ORA POLLARD.

vii. CLYDE W. HENDERSON, b. May 1896, Arkansas; d. Abt. 1974; m. INA LAMB.

 

3rd Generation

 

Sarah Elizabeth Hutchings

16. SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS (CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born April 1862 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died Abt. 1936 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married JAMES WILLIAM CHAPEL Abt. 1879 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH HUTCHINGS:

From WFT V. 51, T. 2782: Sarah Elizabeth (Hutchings) Chapel liked flowers and always had her potted plants in abundance. She had a flower pit where she kept them in the winter to keep them from freezing. She was an avid gardener. She worked hard for her family, growing vegetables and canning and drying them for the winter. Some of the food was stored in the storm cellar along with the home-made lye soap.

Children of SARAH HUTCHINGS and JAMES CHAPEL are:

53. i. ODA AURORA4 CHAPEL, b. February 1881, Arkansas; d. Abt. 1962.

54. ii. ADA ESTELLE CHAPEL, b. July 1883, Arkansas.

55. iii. AMANDA CASSANDRA CHAPEL, b. May 1886, Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas; d. Abt. 1956, Arkadelphia, Clark County, Arkansas.

56. iv. HORACE JEWEL CHAPEL, b. January 30, 1894; d. November 25, 1961.

 

Sophia Sophronia Covington

17. SOPHIA SOPHRONIA3 COVINGTON (CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born August 1873 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married JOHN CHARLES FLEMISTER Abt. 1895 in Arkansas.

Children of SOPHIA COVINGTON and JOHN FLEMISTER are:

i. WILLIE PEARL4 FLEMISTER, b. November 1895, Pike County, Arkansas.

ii. JOSEPH CLELL FLEMISTER, b. December 1897, Pike County, Arkansas.

iii. EUNICE MYRTLE FLEMISTER, b. Abt. 1901, Pike County, Arkansas.

iv. CHARLES OLIN FLEMISTER, b. Abt. 1904, Pike County, Arkansas.

v. RUTH A. FLEMISTER, b. 1908, Pike County, Arkansas.

 

Mary Ann Covington

18. MARY ANN3 COVINGTON (CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born August 1876 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died Abt. 1947. She married JAMES TILDEN HENDERSON March 05, 1902 in Pike County, Arkansas, son of ABNER HENDERSON and MATILDA DAVIS.

Child of MARY COVINGTON and JAMES HENDERSON is:

i. RUSSELL4 HENDERSON, b. Abt. 1904, Pike County, Arkansas.

 

Alice Deborah Covington

19. ALICE DEBORAH3 COVINGTON (CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born August 1880 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married JOHN W. ELZY December 18, 1904 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of ALICE COVINGTON and JOHN ELZY are:

i. PAUL4 ELZY, b. Abt. 1906, Pike County, Arkansas.

57. ii. EDNA ELZY, b. Abt. 1908, Pike County, Arkansas.

58. iii. MARIE ELZY.

 

Jerome Covington

20. JEROME3 COVINGTON (CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married EVA M. WARD.

Children of JEROME COVINGTON and EVA WARD are:

i. EVA4 COVINGTON.

ii. IRA COVINGTON.

59. iii. CARL COVINGTON.

 

John Horace Gould

21. JOHN HORACE3 GOULD (WILLIAM MOORE2, WILLIAM BOND1) was born August 1877 in Pike County, Arkansas. He married MARTHA ELLA LEWIS November 23, 1902 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of JOHN GOULD and MARTHA LEWIS are:

60. i. JOHN ROLFE4 GOULD, b. Abt. 1905, Pike County, Arkansas.

ii. MARY PAULINE GOULD, b. Abt. 1908, Pike County, Arkansas.

 

Alice Ann Mansfield

22. ALICE ANN3 MANSFIELD (SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born September 22, 1868 in Brock Town, Pike County, Arkansas, and died February 14, 1952 in Stuttgart, Arkansas. She married CLARENCE PENNINGTON MCGRAW December 22, 1886 in Pike County, Arkansas, son of DANIEL MCGRAW and NANCY LOUDERMILK.

Child of ALICE MANSFIELD and CLARENCE MCGRAW is:

61. i. ARTHUR CARL4 MCGRAW, b. August 11, 1891, Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas; d. August 07, 1973, North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas.

 

Amanda Etta Isabel Mansfield

23. AMANDA ETTA ISABEL3 MANSFIELD (SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born December 04, 1869 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died 1958. She married (1) BOOKER BROCK CONATSER August 01, 1889 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married (2) JORDAN LUCAS ROBERTS July 07, 1895 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Child of AMANDA MANSFIELD and BOOKER CONATSER is:

i. THURMAN4 CONATSER, b. July 23, 1890, Pike County, Arkansas; d. March 14, 1891, Pike County, Arkansas.

 

Henry Theodore Mansfield

24. HENRY THEODORE3 MANSFIELD (SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born September 07, 1871 in Saline Creek, Pike County, Arkansas, and died March 07, 1955 in Benton, Saline County, Arkansas. He married MARY DOW WINGFIELD October 05, 1902 in Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas, daughter of JOEL WINGFIELD and NANCY KELLEY.

Children of HENRY MANSFIELD and MARY WINGFIELD are:

i. AUDREY OLLIE4 MANSFIELD, b. October 13, 1903, Saline Creek, Pike County, Arkansas; d. July 26, 1992, Pike County, Arkansas; m. LAWRENCE FRANKLIN DELANEY, May 18, 1946, Pike County, Arkansas.

ii. CHARLES AUSTIN MANSFIELD, b. September 18, 1905, Pike County, Arkansas; d. December 01, 1910, Pike County, Arkansas.

62. iii. JOEL DAVIS MANSFIELD.

iv. RUBY INEZ MANSFIELD, b. November 17, 1909, Pike County, Arkansas; d. September 16, 1923, Pike County, Arkansas.

63. v. TROY CLEDITH MANSFIELD, b. January 20, 1912, Saline Creek, Pike County, Arkansas; d. Benton, Saline County, Arkansas.

64. vi. TRUDIE LEE MANSFIELD.

65. vii. CECIL EVERETT MANSFIELD.

viii. FELIX WINGFIELD MANSFIELD, b. December 31, 1919; d. February 29, 1968; m. RUBY CLEO CROSS, February 27, 1943.

Notes for FELIX WINGFIELD MANSFIELD:

Per WFT V. 51, Tree 2782: Felix served in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II. He is buried at Saline Cemetery, Pike County, Arkansas, as is his wife Ruby.

66. ix. KATIE LUCILLE MANSFIELD.

x. INFANT MANSFIELD.

xi. INFANT MANSFIELD.

 

Susannah Ophelia Mansfield

25. SUSANNAH OPHELIA3 MANSFIELD (SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born September 30, 1873 in Saline Creek, Pike County, Arkansas, and died 1907 in Arkansas. She married ANDREW JACKSON WATSON October 18, 1891 in Pike County, Arkansas, son of JAMES WATSON and SARAH CHESSHIR.

Children of SUSANNAH MANSFIELD and ANDREW WATSON are:

i. JAMES F.4 WATSON, b. November 11, 1892; d. July 15, 1894.

67. ii. HUGH WATSON, b. November 1894, Arkansas.

iii. FRANKIE WATSON, b. August 1897.

68. iv. ROSCO WALTER WATSON, b. May 11, 1901, Arkansas; d. June 1977, Albuquerque, Bernalbillo County, New Mexico.

 

James Arthur Mansfield

26. JAMES ARTHUR3 MANSFIELD (SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born November 06, 1875 in Saline Creek, Pike County, Arkansas. He married RILLA M. COX November 08, 1896 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of JAMES MANSFIELD and RILLA COX are:

i. STELLA G.4 MANSFIELD, b. May 1898, Pike County, Arkansas; d. Bet. 1900 - 1910, Pike County, Arkansas.

ii. LYDIA MANSFIELD, b. Abt. 1902, Pike County, Arkansas; m. W. G. YOUNG.

69. iii. CLARENCE MANSFIELD, b. Abt. 1904, Pike County, Arkansas; d. Benton, Saline County, Arkansas.

iv. OLLIE MANSFIELD, b. Abt. 1909, Pike County, Arkansas.

 

Emma Jane Mansfield

27. EMMA JANE3 MANSFIELD (SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born November 03, 1877 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married WILLIAM OSCAR PARSONS October 16, 1896 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of EMMA MANSFIELD and WILLIAM PARSONS are:

i. ETHEL4 PARSONS.

ii. FLOYD PARSONS.

Mary Ida Mansfield

28. MARY IDA3 MANSFIELD (SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born November 1879 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married JAMES H. WEBB September 12, 1900 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of MARY MANSFIELD and JAMES WEBB are:

70. i. JAMIE MAULINE4 WEBB, b. January 23, 1912; d. September 10, 1997.

ii. RUBY WEBB, m. ? RIGBY.

 

Roxanna Gould Mansfield

29. ROXANNA GOULD3 MANSFIELD (SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1), called Rosey, was born November 1881 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married W. OSCAR THOMASSON August 29, 1903.

Children of ROXANNA MANSFIELD and W. THOMASSON are:

i. OZELL4 THOMASSON.

ii. MADELL THOMASSON.

 

Walter Roscoe Mansfield

30. WALTER ROSCO3 MANSFIELD (SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born April 1886 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died in Benton, Saline County, Arkansas. He married BEULAH BARNETT October 24, 1915 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of WALTER MANSFIELD and BEULAH BARNETT are:

71. i. MAXINE4 MANSFIELD.

72. ii. MARY FRANCIS MANSFIELD.

 

Ada Jane Branch

31. ADA JANE3 BRANCH (SUSANNA TILLMAN2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born October 1875 in Arkansas. She married SAMUEL JONATHAN THOMASSON October 16, 1892 in Pike County, Arkansas, son of WILLIAM THOMASSON and MARY STEWART.

Notes for SAMUEL JONATHAN THOMASSON:

1910 Census lists his occupation as printer

Children of ADA BRANCH and SAMUEL THOMASSON are:

73. i. HARRY B.4 THOMASSON, b. August 1895, Pike County, Arkansas; d. April 02, 1926, Pike County, Arkansas.

ii. MARY EDNA THOMASSON, b. December 1897, Pike County, Arkansas.

iii. WILLIE C. THOMASSON, b. December 1899, Pike County, Arkansas; d. Bef. 1910, Pike County, Arkansas.

74. iv. FRANKLIN V. THOMASSON, b. Abt. 1902, Pike County, Arkansas.

v. ROBERT N. THOMASSON, b. Abt. 1905, Pike County, Arkansas.

vi. ETHEL M. THOMASSON, b. Abt. 1907, Pike County, Arkansas.

vii. ESTHER THOMASSON, b. Abt. 1909, Pike County, Arkansas.

 

William Edward Branch

32. WILLIAM EDWARD3 BRANCH (SUSANNA TILLMAN2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born January 1877 in Pike County, Arkansas. He married STELLA G. HUGHES November 12, 1903 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of WILLIAM BRANCH and STELLA HUGHES are:

i. HAROLD E.4 BRANCH, b. Abt. 1905, Pike County, Arkansas.

ii. RUBY E. BRANCH, b. Abt. 1908, Pike County, Arkansas.

 

John D. Branch

33. JOHN D.3 BRANCH (SUSANNA TILLMAN2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born September 1879 in Pike County, Arkansas. He married MINNIE PEARL REESE May 07, 1905 in Pike County, Arkansas, daughter of DAVID REESE and AMERICA ?.

Children of JOHN BRANCH and MINNIE REESE are:

i. JOHN D.4 BRANCH, b. Abt. 1909, Pike County, Arkansas.

ii. HELEN BRANCH.

 

Henry Claude Branch

34. HENRY CLAUDE3 BRANCH (SUSANNA TILLMAN2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born August 1881 in Pike County, Arkansas. He married LIZZIE MABLE HOLDER July 30, 1907 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of HENRY BRANCH and LIZZIE HOLDER are:

i. NORA A.4 BRANCH, b. June 07, 1908; d. July 20, 1958; m. JESSIE HICKS ELAM, April 01, 1933.

ii. HUGH BRANCH.

iii. GEORGE ELLIOTT BRANCH, b. March 31, 1913, Stell Town, Pike County, Arkansas; d. June 02, 1997, Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas; m. MILDRED ALICE SMEDLEY.

iv. ESTELLE BRANCH.

75. v. TOMMY BRANCH.

 

Harry Alphanso Branch

35. HARRY ALPHANSO3 BRANCH (SUSANNA TILLMAN2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born April 1886 in Pike County, Arkansas. He married GRACE ELIZABETH HENDERSON January 27, 1917 in Pike County, Arkansas, daughter of ABNER HENDERSON and LOUELLA DEAL.

Child of HARRY BRANCH and GRACE HENDERSON is:

i. HERBERT4 BRANCH.

 

Sarah Sophronia Handerson

36. SARAH SOPHRONIA3 HENDERSON (MARY ELIZABETH2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born September 1879 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married TOLTON C. COX Abt. 1898 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of SARAH HENDERSON and TOLTON COX are:

i. IRA C.4 COX, b. May 1899, Pike County, Arkansas.

ii. DEWEY L. COX, b. Abt. 1902, Pike County, Arkansas.

iii. COY D. COX, b. Abt. 1905, Pike County, Arkansas.

iv. VIVIAN E. COX, b. Abt. 1908, Pike County, Arkansas.

v. WILMA COX, b. Abt. 1910, Pike County, Arkansas.

vi. WALTER COX.

 

Deborah Gould Henderson

37. DEBORAH GOULD3 HENDERSON (MARY ELIZABETH2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born September 1889 in Arkansas, and died Abt. 1940. She married EDDIE A. STEVENS, son of JOHN STEVENS and MARY ?.

Children of DEBORAH HENDERSON and EDDIE STEVENS are:

76. i. HATTIE MAE4 STEVENS, b. February 19, 1912, Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas.

ii. PAULINE STEVENS, b. Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas.

77. iii. OPHELIA STEVENS, b. Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas.

iv. J. C. STEVENS, b. Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas.

 

4th Generation

 

Oda Aurora Chapel

53. ODA AURORA4 CHAPEL (SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born February 1881 in Arkansas, and died Abt. 1962. She married VIRGIL E. HUNTER October 28, 1906 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of ODA CHAPEL and VIRGIL HUNTER are:

94. i. VIRGIL ALLENE5 HUNTER, b. June 24, 1908; d. December 11, 1989.

ii. LORAINE HUNTER, b. Abt. 1908; m. HARVEY LEROY SMITH.

iii. PARKS JORDAN HUNTER, b. Abt. 1916; m. RENA JO THOMPSON.

 

Ada Estelle Chapel

54. ADA ESTELLE4 CHAPEL (SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born July 1883 in Arkansas. She married HENRY HORACE FAGAN December 18, 1906 in Pike County, Arkansas, son of RACHEL ?.

Children of ADA CHAPEL and HENRY FAGAN are:

95. i. HOMER G.5 FAGAN, b. Abt. 1906, Pike County, Arkansas.

96. ii. IRENE FAGAN, b. Abt. 1907, Pike County, Arkansas.

97. iii. GERTRUDE FAGAN.

iv. DONNIE FAGAN.

98. v. ROY FAGAN.

 

Amanda Cassandra Chapel

55. AMANDA CASSANDRA4 CHAPEL (SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born May 1886 in Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas, and died Abt. 1956 in Arkadelphia, Clark County, Arkansas. She married ZETA ARTHUR COPELAND June 19, 1908 in Pike County, Arkansas, son of JAMES COPELAND and NANCY WOMACK. Divorced in 1936.

Children of AMANDA CHAPEL and ZETA COPELAND are:

i. EUNICE5 COPELAND, b. Abt. 1909, Pike County, Arkansas; d. Abt. 1931.

ii. OPAL COPELAND.

iii. HAROLD COPELAND, b. Abt. 1914; d. Abt. 1985.

 

Horace Jewel Chapel

56. HORACE JEWEL4 CHAPEL (SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born January 30, 1894, and died November 25, 1961. He married ALVA LOUELLA WOMACK, daughter of JOHN WOMACK and ELLA ?.

Children of HORACE CHAPEL and ALVA WOMACK are:

99. i. DEWEY ELBERT5 CHAPEL.

ii. MILDRED LOUELLA CHAPEL, m. ROY LAWTON GLASS.

100. iii. CHARLIE MAE CHAPEL.

iv. JOHN WILLIAM CHAPEL, b. April 11, 1928; d. July 21, 1986; m. CHARLENE ADAMS, 1976.

101. v. EDNA PEARL CHAPEL.

102. vi. JO ANN CHAPEL.

 

Edna Elzy

57. EDNA4 ELZY (ALICE DEBORAH3 COVINGTON, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born Abt. 1908 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married W. MCHUGHES.

Child of EDNA ELZY and W. MCHUGHES is:

i. ALICE MARIE5 MCHUGHES.

 

Marie Elzy

58. MARIE4 ELZY (ALICE DEBORAH3 COVINGTON, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married ROLAND BRYANT.

Children of MARIE ELZY and ROLAND BRYANT are:

i. RONALD5 BRYANT.

ii. JANE BRYANT.

 

Carl Covington

59. CARL4 COVINGTON (JEROME3, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married DORA MAE WILLETT, daughter of ANCIL WILLETT and ADA ?.

Children of CARL COVINGTON and DORA WILLETT are:

i. CLYDE5 COVINGTON.

ii. SYLVIA COVINGTON.

iii. FAYE COVINGTON.

iv. JOYCE COVINGTON.

v. DOYLE GLEN COVINGTON.

 

John Rolfe Gould

60. JOHN ROLFE4 GOULD (JOHN HORACE3, WILLIAM MOORE2, WILLIAM BOND1) was born Abt. 1905 in Pike County, Arkansas. He married GRACE POUNDS.

Child of JOHN GOULD and GRACE POUNDS is:

i. JOHN5 GOULD.

 

Arthur Carl McGraw

61. ARTHUR CARL4 MCGRAW (ALICE ANN3 MANSFIELD, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born August 11, 1891 in Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas, and died August 07, 1973 in North Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas. He married JESSIE LOU JENKINS October 20, 1912 in Junction City, Union County, Arkansas.

Child of ARTHUR MCGRAW and JESSIE JENKINS is:

i. CARL5 MCGRAW, b. February 20, 1916, Stuttgart, Arkansas County, Arkansas; d. March 07, 1981, El Paso, El Paso County, Texas; m. BONNIE MORENE RUSSELL, November 04, 1935, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas.

 

Joel Davis Mansfield

62. JOEL DAVIS4 MANSFIELD (HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married (1) CLEODIA WILLIAMS. He married (2) RUBY DELILAH LAMB.

Children of JOEL MANSFIELD and RUBY LAMB are:

103. i. BURTON5 MANSFIELD.

ii. RONNIE MANSFIELD.

iii. DOUGLAS MANSFIELD.

 

Troy Cledith Mansfield

63. TROY CLEDITH4 MANSFIELD (HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born January 20, 1912 in Saline Creek, Pike County, Arkansas, and died in Benton, Saline County, Arkansas. He married HELEN EDNA SALLEE October 31, 1934 in Pike County, Arkansas.

Children of TROY MANSFIELD and HELEN SALLEE are:

i. TROY CLEDITH5 MANSFIELD, JR..

104. ii. EDITH MAE MANSFIELD.

Trudie Lee Mansfield

64. TRUDIE LEE4 MANSFIELD (HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married MACK THELSTON HUTCHINGS, son of FRANKLIN HUTCHINGS and LAURA LINGO.

Children of TRUDIE MANSFIELD and MACK HUTCHINGS are:

105. i. BENNIE SUE5 HUTCHINGS.

106. ii. CHARLES STANLEY HUTCHINGS.

107. iii. JAMES LEE HUTCHINGS.

108. iv. LARRY WAYNE HUTCHINGS.

 

Cecil Everett Mansfield

65. CECIL EVERETT4 MANSFIELD (HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married MEDDIE FINNEY.

Children of CECIL MANSFIELD and MEDDIE FINNEY are:

109. i. BARBARA JOYCE5 MANSFIELD.

110. ii. MARTHA FAY MANSFIELD.

111. iii. PATSY MARIE MANSFIELD.

112. iv. CECIL RANDELL MANSFIELD.

 

Katie Lucille Mansfield

66. KATIE LUCILLE4 MANSFIELD (HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married THOMAS C. BARNES.

Children of KATIE MANSFIELD and THOMAS BARNES are:

i. CLARENCE5 BARNES.

113. ii. CLEDITH L. BARNES.

iii. GARY BARNES, m. JUNE ?.

 

Hugh Watson

67. HUGH4 WATSON (SUSANNAH OPHELIA3 MANSFIELD, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born November 1894 in Arkansas.

Child of HUGH WATSON is:

i. HUGH5 WATSON.

 

Rosco Walter Watson

68. ROSCO WALTER4 WATSON (SUSANNAH OPHELIA3 MANSFIELD, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born May 11, 1901 in Arkansas, and died June 1977 in Albuquerque, Bernalbillo County, New Mexico. He married PAULINE WOOD, daughter of WILLIAM WOOD and MARY WALKER.

Children of ROSCO WATSON and PAULINE WOOD are:

i. JACK BARRY5 WATSON.

ii. JAMES HOWARD WATSON, b. March 01, 1929, Wright City, Arkansas; d. March 25, 1998, Albuquerque, Bernalbillo County, New Mexico.

 

Clarence Mansfield

69. CLARENCE4 MANSFIELD (JAMES ARTHUR3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born Abt. 1904 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died in Benton, Saline County, Arkansas. He married EDNA.

Children of CLARENCE MANSFIELD and EDNA are:

114. i. CURTIS R.5 MANSFIELD, b. July 14, 1935; d. February 08, 1977.

ii. JAMES MANSFIELD.

iii. PAUL MANSFIELD, m. PAULA ?.

 

Jamie Mauline Webb

70. JAMIE MAULINE4 WEBB (MARY IDA3 MANSFIELD, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born January 23, 1912, and died September 10, 1997. She married ROBERT LESLIE PRESLEY.

Children of JAMIE WEBB and ROBERT PRESLEY are:

i. CHARLSUE5 PRESLEY, m. ? BAUMGARDNER.

ii. ROBERT L. PRESLEY.

iii. JAMES L. PRESLEY.

iv. JOHN W. PRESLEY.

 

Maxine Mansfield

71. MAXINE4 MANSFIELD (WALTER ROSCO3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married PHILLIP WRIGHT.

Children of MAXINE MANSFIELD and PHILLIP WRIGHT are:

i. ANNETTE5 WRIGHT.

ii. BILL WRIGHT.

iii. STEVE WRIGHT.

 

Mary Francis Mansfield

72. MARY FRANCIS4 MANSFIELD (WALTER ROSCO3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married ? HINES.

Children of MARY MANSFIELD and ? HINES are:

i. ?5 HINES.

ii. PAUL HINES.

iii. TONY HINES.

 

Harry B. Thomasson

73. HARRY B.4 THOMASSON (ADA JANE3 BRANCH, SUSANNA TILLMAN2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born August 1895 in Pike County, Arkansas, and died April 02, 1926 in Pike County, Arkansas. He married CLYDE FOSHEE.

Children of HARRY THOMASSON and CLYDE FOSHEE are:

i. HARRY B.5 THOMASSON, JR..

ii. SAMMIE THOMASSON.

 

Franklin V. Thomasson

74. FRANKLIN V.4 THOMASSON (ADA JANE3 BRANCH, SUSANNA TILLMAN2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born Abt. 1902 in Pike County, Arkansas. He married DELSIE BURGESS.

Children of FRANKLIN THOMASSON and DELSIE BURGESS are:

i. BOBBY5 THOMASSON, m. PAT PETIFER.

ii. FRANKLIN V. THOMASSON, JR..

iii. WILLIAM THOMASSON, m. FRANCIS CONWAY.

 

Tommy Branch

75. TOMMY4 BRANCH (HENRY CLAUDE3, SUSANNA TILLMAN2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married NICKY HARE.

Children of TOMMY BRANCH and NICKY HARE are:

i. TOMMY5 BRANCH, JR..

115. ii. DICK BRANCH.

 

Hattie Mae Stevens

76. HATTIE MAE4 STEVENS (DEBORAH GOULD3 HENDERSON, MARY ELIZABETH2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) married JAMES CARL SMEDLEY, son of GEORGE SMEDLEY and BELLE ?.

Child of HATTIE STEVENS and JAMES SMEDLEY is:

116. i. JIMMY CHARLES5 SMEDLEY.

 

Ophelia Stevens

77. OPHELIA4 STEVENS (DEBORAH GOULD3 HENDERSON, MARY ELIZABETH2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born in Murfreesboro, Pike County, Arkansas. She married J. BRYAN WALKER.

Children of OPHELIA STEVENS and J. WALKER are:

i. TOMMY5 WALKER.

ii. PENNY WALKER.

 

5th Generation

 

Virgil Allene Hunter

94. VIRGIL ALLENE5 HUNTER (ODA AURORA4 CHAPEL, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born June 24, 1908, and died December 11, 1989. She married JENNINGS BRYAN ELAM December 24, 1924.

Children of VIRGIL HUNTER and JENNINGS ELAM are:

135. i. BETTY SUE6 ELAM.

136. ii. JIMMY BRYAN ELAM.

 

Homer G. Fagan

95. HOMER G.5 FAGAN (ADA ESTELLE4 CHAPEL, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born Abt. 1906 in Pike County, Arkansas. He married ERA SMEDLEY.

Children of HOMER FAGAN and ERA SMEDLEY are:

i. BOBBY GLEN6 FAGAN.

ii. LARRY FAGAN.

 

Irene Fagan

96. IRENE5 FAGAN (ADA ESTELLE4 CHAPEL, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born Abt. 1907 in Pike County, Arkansas. She married GROVER CONWAY, son of JOEL CONWAY and ROXANNA MAUNEY.

Children of IRENE FAGAN and GROVER CONWAY are:

i. GROVER6 CONWAY, JR..

ii. FRANCIS CONWAY, m. WILLIAM THOMASSON.

 

Gertrude Fagan

97. GERTRUDE5 FAGAN (ADA ESTELLE4 CHAPEL, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married RAYMOND OWENS.

Children of GERTRUDE FAGAN and RAYMOND OWENS are:

i. JOYCE LYNN6 OWENS.

ii. LOUIS RAY OWENS.

 

Roy Fagan

98. ROY5 FAGAN (ADA ESTELLE4 CHAPEL, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married ARDITH SANDERS.

Child of ROY FAGAN and ARDITH SANDERS is:

i. RODNEY HOWARD6 FAGAN, m. JUDY TAPSCOTT.

 

Dewey Elbert Chapel

99. DEWEY ELBERT5 CHAPEL (HORACE JEWEL4, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married DOROTHY JEAN GOYNES.

Children of DEWEY CHAPEL and DOROTHY GOYNES are:

i. ROGER DEWEY6 CHAPEL, b. November 10, 1947; d. November 10, 1947.

ii. DANIEL DEWEY CHAPEL.

iii. MARK CLARK CHAPEL.

 

Charlie Mae Chapel

100. CHARLIE MAE5 CHAPEL (HORACE JEWEL4, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married MAURICE DUNN.

Children of CHARLIE CHAPEL and MAURICE DUNN are:

i. PAMELA LYNN6 DUNN.

ii. RONALD MAURICE DUNN.

 

Edna Pearl Chapel

101. EDNA PEARL5 CHAPEL (HORACE JEWEL4, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married RAYMOND FIELDS.

Child of EDNA CHAPEL and RAYMOND FIELDS is:

i. MARY ELIZABETH6 FIELDS.

 

Jo Ann Chapel

102. JO ANN5 CHAPEL (HORACE JEWEL4, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married RONALD R. CADE.

Children of JO ANN CHAPEL and RONALD CADE are:

i. LAURA LYNN6 CADE.

ii. SUSAN MICHELLE CADE.

 

Burton Mansfield

103. BURTON5 MANSFIELD (JOEL DAVIS4, HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married FRANCES ?.

Child of BURTON MANSFIELD and FRANCES ? is:

i. GARRY6 MANSFIELD.

 

Edith Mae Mansfield

104. EDITH MAE5 MANSFIELD (TROY CLEDITH4, HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married FRED SWAIM.

Children of EDITH MANSFIELD and FRED SWAIM are:

i. CINDY6 SWAIM.

ii. FRED SWAIM.

 

Bennie Sue Hutchings

105. BENNIE SUE5 HUTCHINGS (TRUDIE LEE4 MANSFIELD, HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married TERRAL GLEN ESTELLE.

Child of BENNIE HUTCHINGS and TERRAL ESTELLE is:

i. TRUDIE JOELLE6 ESTELLE, m. JEFFREY DAVID BERLAT.

 

Charles Stanley Hutchings

106. CHARLES STANLEY5 HUTCHINGS (TRUDIE LEE4 MANSFIELD, HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married CAROL ELAINE ALEXANDER.

Children of CHARLES HUTCHINGS and CAROL ALEXANDER are:

i. JOAN ELAINE6 HUTCHINGS, m. DAVID CHRISTOPHER SPILLERS.

ii. JILL ILENE HUTCHINGS, m. DARREN TODD RACKLEY.

 

James Lee Hutchings

107. JAMES LEE5 HUTCHINGS (TRUDIE LEE4 MANSFIELD, HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married PAULETTE HARVEY, daughter of PAUL HARVEY and BURNELL CORNETT.

Children of JAMES HUTCHINGS and PAULETTE HARVEY are:

i. JEFFERY SCOTT6 HUTCHINGS, m. JENNIFER SUZZANE POTTS.

ii. JAMES RUSSELL HUTCHINGS.

 

Larry Wayne Hutchings

108. LARRY WAYNE5 HUTCHINGS (TRUDIE LEE4 MANSFIELD, HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married DEBORAH SUE LINZ, daughter of MAX LINZ and FLORA PATRICK.

Children of LARRY HUTCHINGS and DEBORAH LINZ are:

i. TIMOTHY SHAWN6 HUTCHINGS.

ii. LAURA MICHELLE HUTCHINGS.

iii. HEATHER MARIE HUTCHINGS, m. JOHN WILLIAM ROGERS.

 

Barbara Joyce Mansfield

109. BARBARA JOYCE5 MANSFIELD (CECIL EVERETT4, HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married ROBERT WATSON.

Children of BARBARA MANSFIELD and ROBERT WATSON are:

i. ROBERT DWAYNE6 WATSON.

ii. ROBERTA DAWN WATSON.

iii. REBECCA DELYNN WATSON.

iv. RANAE DIANE WATSON.

 

Martha Fay Mansfield

110. MARTHA FAY5 MANSFIELD (CECIL EVERETT4, HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married JIMMY REESE.

Children of MARTHA MANSFIELD and JIMMY REESE are:

i. KIMBERLY ANN6 REESE.

ii. JAMES MARK REESE.

 

Patsy Marie Mansfield

111. PATSY MARIE5 MANSFIELD (CECIL EVERETT4, HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married DICK KIZZIA.

Children of PATSY MANSFIELD and DICK KIZZIA are:

i. JEFFERY THOMAS6 KIZZIA.

ii. FRED ALLEN KIZZIA.

 

Cecil Randall Mansfield

112. CECIL RANDELL5 MANSFIELD (CECIL EVERETT4, HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married (1) CHARMAINE ?. He married (2) SHANNON SIMMS.

Child of CECIL MANSFIELD and CHARMAINE ? is:

i. CHRISTIAN6 MANSFIELD.

 

Cledith L. Barnes

113. CLEDITH L.5 BARNES (KATIE LUCILLE4 MANSFIELD, HENRY THEODORE3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married GLORIA.

Children of CLEDITH BARNES and GLORIA are:

i. ROBIN6 BARNES.

ii. TARA LONE BARNES.

 

Curtis R. Mansfield

114. CURTIS R.5 MANSFIELD (CLARENCE4, JAMES ARTHUR3, SARAH SOPHRONIA2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born July 14, 1935, and died February 08, 1977. He married ALMA J. ?.

Child of CURTIS MANSFIELD and ALMA ? is:

i. INFANT6 MANSFIELD, b. January 23, 1958; d. January 26, 1958.

 

Dick Branch

115. DICK5 BRANCH (TOMMY4, HENRY CLAUDE3, SUSANNA TILLMAN2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married DEE ROBERTSON.

Children of DICK BRANCH and DEE ROBERTSON are:

i. SHANE6 BRANCH.

ii. TRAVIS BRANCH.

 

Jimmy Charles Smedley

116. JIMMY CHARLES5 SMEDLEY (HATTIE MAE4 STEVENS, DEBORAH GOULD3 HENDERSON, MARY ELIZABETH2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married SUNSHINE ANN DILLARD.

Children of JIMMY SMEDLEY and SUNSHINE DILLARD are:

137. i. JIMMY CHARLES6 SMEDLEY, JR..

138. ii. MICHAEL DILLARD SMEDLEY.

iii. MARK SMEDLEY; m. LYNDA GAY FOSTER.

iv. SCOTT LANE SMEDLEY.

 

6th Generation

 

Betty Sue Elam

135. BETTY SUE6 ELAM (VIRGIL ALLENE5 HUNTER, ODA AURORA4 CHAPEL, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married CLARENCE ELMORE DILLARD, JR.

Children of BETTY ELAM and CLARENCE DILLARD are:

146. i. KATHY ANN7 DILLARD.

147. ii. DIANE DENISE DILLARD.

148. iii. REBECCA SUE DILLARD.

 

Jimmy Bryan Elam

136. JIMMY BRYAN6 ELAM (VIRGIL ALLENE5 HUNTER, ODA AURORA4 CHAPEL, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married MARY ALICE KING.

Children of JIMMY ELAM and MARY KING are:

i. MATTHEW7 ELAM.

ii. MARY BETH ELAM.

iii. MOLLY SUE ELAM.

iv. MARGARET KAY ELAM.

 

Jimmy Charles Smedley, Jr.

137. JIMMY CHARLES6 SMEDLEY, JR. (JIMMY CHARLES5, HATTIE MAE4 STEVENS, DEBORAH GOULD3 HENDERSON, MARY ELIZABETH2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married CAROL EVELYN HAINEY.

Child of JIMMY SMEDLEY and CAROL HAINEY is:

i. STEPHEN CARL7 SMEDLEY.

 

Michael Dillard Smedley

138. MICHAEL DILLARD6 SMEDLEY (JIMMY CHARLES5, HATTIE MAE4 STEVENS, DEBORAH GOULD3 HENDERSON, MARY ELIZABETH2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). He married KINSEY FAITH BUTLER.

Child of MICHAEL SMEDLEY and KINSEY BUTLER is:

i. KATHRINE MIKAL7 SMEDLEY.

 

7th Generation

 

Kathy Ann Dillard

146. KATHY ANN7 DILLARD (BETTY SUE6 ELAM, VIRGIL ALLENE5 HUNTER, ODA AURORA4 CHAPEL, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married DOWELL ANTHONY CONLEY.

Children of KATHY DILLARD and DOWELL CONLEY are:

i. KRISTIN KATHRINE8 CONLEY.

ii. JOSH BRYAN CONLEY.

 

Diane Denise Dillard

147. DIANE DENISE7 DILLARD (BETTY SUE6 ELAM, VIRGIL ALLENE5 HUNTER, ODA AURORA4 CHAPEL, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1). She married JOHN TOM HARGRAVE.

Children of DIANE DILLARD and JOHN HARGRAVE are:

i. KIMBERLY ANN8 HARGRAVE.

ii. ZACKARY LUKE HARGRAVE.

 

Rebecca Sue Dillard

148. REBECCA SUE7 DILLARD (BETTY SUE6 ELAM, VIRGIL ALLENE5 HUNTER, ODA AURORA4 CHAPEL, SARAH ELIZABETH3 HUTCHINGS, CASSANDRA CAMPBELL2 GOULD, WILLIAM BOND1) was born June 21, 1958. She married LANCE HINERMAN June 20, 1986.

Child of REBECCA DILLARD and LANCE HINERMAN is:

i. ALLYSA RAE8 HINERMAN.