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107. Granville Thomas GANT (William Henry , William , Charles , John , John ) was born on 22 Jun 1848 in Marshall County, Mississippi. He died on 28 Aug 1928 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.

Granville married Ella Gregory CASH on 10 Jan 1872 in Marshall County, Mississippi. Ella was born on 22 Sep 1851 in Virginia. She died in Jul 1926 in Mississippi.

They had the following children:

  208 M i Claude Gregory GANT was born on 6 Jul 1873 in Marshall County, Mississippi.
  209 F ii Maud Virginia GANT was born on 26 Oct 1876 in Marshall County, Mississippi. She died on 1 Dec 1953.
  210 M iii Ollie Lee GANT was born on 10 Aug 1878 in Marshall County, Mississippi. He died on 24 Oct 1954 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.
  211 M iv Thomas Porter GANT was born in May 1880 in Marshall County, Mississippi. He died on 5 Aug 1960 in Mississippi.
  212 F v Blanche Lilly GANT was born in Apr 1882 in Marshall County, Mississippi. She died in Apr 1975.
  213 M vi Fennel Montgomery GANT was born on 26 Oct 1883 in Marshall County, Mississippi. He died on 13 Jan 1954 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.
  214 F vii Nina Naoma GANT was born on 26 Apr 1885 in Mississippi. She died on 18 Jan 1942.
  215 M viii Donnie Floyd GANT was born on 22 Apr 1887 in Mississippi. He died on 26 Feb 1952.
  216 F ix Winnie Davis GANT was born in Nov 1889 in Mississippi. She died on 19 Aug 1943.

108. Jeremiah Jackson GANT (William Henry , William , Charles , John , John ) was born on 1 Feb 1850 in Marshall County, Mississippi. He died on 15 May 1930 in Milam County, Texas.

Jeremiah married Sarah Jane Melinda MARETT on 4 Dec 1870 in Marshall County, Mississippi. Sarah was born on 12 Aug 1854 in South Carolina. She died on 3 Feb 1948 in Milam County, Texas.

They had the following children:

  217 M i J Frank GANT was born in Jul 1872 in Marshall County, Mississippi.
  218 M ii Woody Nelson GANT was born on 10 May 1874 in Marshall County, Mississippi. He died on 10 May 1875 in Marshall County, Mississippi and was buried in May 1875 in Tyro, Tate County, Mississippi.
  219 M iii James F GANT was born in 1876 in Marshall County, Mississippi.
  220 M iv Russell GANT was born in 1879 in Marshall County, Mississippi.
  221 F v Camplin GANT was born in 1880 in Marshall County, Mississippi.
  222 F vi Mamie G GANT was born in 1882 in Marshall County, Mississippi. She died in 1888 in Limestone County, Texas.
  223 M vii Fred Jackson GANT was born on 13 Jul 1885 in Grimes County, Texas.
  224 F viii Willie Leona GANT was born on 23 Feb 1889 in Limestone County, Texas.

110. Horatio Columbus GANT (William Henry , William , Charles , John , John ) was born on 19 Sep 1855 in Marshall County, Mississippi. He died on 13 Aug 1922 in Limestone County, Texas.

Horatio married Rebecca CASH, daughter of John Wesley CASH and Rebecca Keziah MOUNTCASTLE, on 24 Apr 1874 in Marshall County, Mississippi. Rebecca was born on 20 Nov 1855 in Amherst County, Virginia. She died on 6 Mar 1933 in Waco, McLennan County, Texas.

They had the following children:

  225 F i Hettie Marvin GANT was born on 7 Feb 1875 in Marshall County, Mississippi. She died on 18 Feb 1955 in Waco, McLennan County, Texas.
+ 226 F ii Texie Paralee GANT
  227 F iii Arie Ethel GANT was born on 26 Feb 1879 in Marshall County, Mississippi. She died on 1 Nov 1901 in Limestone County, Texas.
  228 F iv (Infant daughter) GANT was born on 6 Jul 1881 in Arkansas. She died on 24 Aug 1881 in Arkansas.
  229 M v Edward Lee GANT was born on 23 Dec 1882 in Grimes County, Texas. He died on 21 Jan 1948 in Lamesa, Dawson County, Texas.
  230 F vi Effie Pearl GANT was born on 25 Jan 1885 in Grimes County, Texas. She died on 2 Dec 1940 in Galveston, Galveston County, Texas.
  231 F vii Grace Virginia GANT was born on 12 Oct 1886 in Limestone County, Texas. She died on 18 Mar 1961 in Waco, McLennan County, Texas.
  232 M viii Homer Clyde GANT was born on 9 Jun 1888 in Limestone County, Texas. He died on 2 Nov 1966 in Waco, McLennan County, Texas.
  233 F ix Ree Cash GANT was born on 23 Jul 1890 in Limestone County, Texas. She died on 21 May 1912 in Limestone County, Texas.
  234 M x George Washington GANT was born on 22 Feb 1892 in Limestone County, Texas. He died on 30 Mar 1974 in Waco, McLennan County, Texas.
  235 F xi Abbie GANT was born on 21 Jan 1894 in Limestone County, Texas. She died on 19 May 1978 in Waco, McLennan County, Texas.
  236 M xii Charles GANT was born on 3 May 1895 in Limestone County, Texas. He died on 26 Jan 1972 in Houston, Harris County, Texas.
  237 M xiii Dewey GANT was born on 5 Jul 1898 in Limestone County, Texas. He died on 8 Jan 1899 in Limestone County, Texas.

122. Laura Adeline ADAIR (Frances Ann GANT , William , Charles , John , John ) was born on 19 Dec 1858 in Marshall County, Mississippi. She died on 17 Sep 1948 in Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi and was buried in Sep 1948 in Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi.

Laura married William Iverson HARGIS Sr on 20 Dec 1876 in Tate County, Mississippi. William was born on 2 Aug 1854 in Mississippi. He died on 6 Sep 1925 in Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi and was buried in Sep 1925 in Oxford, Lafayette County, Mississippi.

They had the following children:

  238 F i Beatrice HARGIS was born in Dec 1878 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.
  239 M ii James E HARGIS was born in Oct 1881 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.
  240 F iii Mary F HARGIS was born in Jan 1884 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.
  241 M iv William Iverson HARGIS Jr was born in Oct 1886 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.
  242 M v Andrew B HARGIS was born in Aug 1889 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.
  243 F vi Ruth L HARGIS was born in Feb 1892 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.
  244 M vii Arthur C HARGIS was born in Nov 1894 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.
  245 F viii Rosa I HARGIS was born in Jul 1898 in Lafayette County, Mississippi.

123. Cordelia Paralee ADAIR (Frances Ann GANT , William , Charles , John , John ) was born on 28 Jun 1861 in Marshall County, Mississippi. She died on 19 Jan 1944 in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas and was buried in Jan 1944 in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas.

Cordelia married Charles Morton HARRIS on 24 Jan 1883 in Thyatira, Tate County, Mississippi. Charles was born on 21 Sep 1861 in Mississippi. He died on 12 May 1945 in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas and was buried in May 1945 in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas.

They had the following children:

  246 F i Frances Elizabeth HARRIS was born on 17 Mar 1884 in Thyatira, Tate County, Mississippi.
        Frances married Louis B CAMPBELL on 16 Nov 1902.
  247 M ii Charles Edward HARRIS was born on 8 Apr 1886 in Thyatira, Tate County, Mississippi. He died on 24 Dec 1958.
        Charles married Ida B SHAW on 19 Feb 1906.
  248 F iii Grace Pearl HARRIS was born on 2 Jul 1889 in Kyle, Hays County, Texas. She died in May 1978 in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas.
        Grace married Lowrey FOSTER on 8 Apr 1908. Lowrey was born on 9 Feb 1886. He died in Jan 1978 in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas.
+ 249 F iv Mabel Coral HARRIS

124. James William "Jim" ADAIR (Frances Ann GANT , William , Charles , John , John ) was born on 15 Feb 1866 in Tyro, Marshall County, Mississippi. He died on 30 Mar 1923 in Austwell, Refugio County, Texas and was buried on 1 Apr 1923 in Kyle, Hays County, Texas.

James & Shirley Webb visited his grave at the Kyle Cemetery on February 24, 1995. In November 1997 their tombstone in the Kyle Cemetery was damagaed by vandals (turned over) and Jim & Shirley Webb had it repaired by a monument company in Lockhart.

James married Martha Jane "Mattie" HOWE on 6 Nov 1894 in Buda, Hays County, Texas. Martha was born on 1 Jan 1871 in Buda, Hays County, Texas. She died on 11 Sep 1956 in Victoria, Victoria County, Texas and was buried in Sep 1956 in Kyle, Hays County, Texas.

James & Shirley Webb visited her grave at the Kyle Cemetery on February 24, 1995. In 1997 their tombstone in the Kyle Cemetery was damagaed by vandals (turned over) and Jim & Shirley Webb had it repaired by a monument company in Lockhart.

James and Martha had the following children:

  250 F i Mary Frances ADAIR was born on 20 Aug 1895 in Buda, Hays County, Texas. She died on 4 Jun 1974 in Victoria, Victoria County, Texas and was buried in Tivoli, Refugio County, Texas.
        Mary married Bruno E BLUHM on 9 Aug 1925 in Sugarland, Fort Bend County, Texas. Bruno died in 1932.
+ 251 F ii Pearl Irene ADAIR
+ 252 M iii Albert Judson ADAIR
  253 F iv Lena Elizabeth (Lizzie) ADAIR was born on 31 Aug 1904 in Buda, Hays County, Texas. She died on 19 Sep 1999 in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas and was buried on 25 Sep 1999 in Kyle, Hays County, Texas.
  254 M v James Ernest ADAIR was born on 1 Jul 1907 in Buda, Hays County, Texas. He died on 25 Mar 1923 in Tivoli, Refugio County, Texas and was buried on 26 Mar 1923 in Tivoli, Refugio County, Texas.

125. Edward Lee ADAIR Sr (Frances Ann GANT , William , Charles , John , John ) was born on 14 Jul 1868 in Marshall County, Mississippi. He died on 4 Feb 1947 in Bishop, Nueces County, Texas and was buried in Bishop, Nueces County, Texas.

Edward Lee Adair was a farmer all of his life - first in Hays County and later near Bishop in Nueces County. In Hays County they lived in the hills west of Kyle and later on a farm that joined the farm of J W Adair in Hays County. Edward Lee was a quiet man, a very kind person with a winning smile and he was an extremely hard worker. He died of a stroke.

Edward married Margaret Frances CLEVELAND on 11 Nov 1896 in Buda, Hays County, Texas. Margaret was born on 18 Oct 1876 in Ruralvale, Whitfield County, Georgia. She died on 6 Dec 1959 in Bishop, Nueces County, Texas and was buried in Bishop, Nueces County, Texas.

They had the following children:

  255 M i Earl ADAIR was born on 8 Oct 1897 in Hays County, Texas. He died on 8 Oct 1897 in Kyle, Hays County, Texas and was buried in Oct 1897 in Kyle, Hays County, Texas.
  256 F ii Pearl ADAIR was born on 8 Oct 1897 in Hays County, Texas. She died on 8 Oct 1897 in Kyle, Hays County, Texas and was buried in Oct 1897 in Kyle, Hays County, Texas.
+ 257 M iii Luther Lee ADAIR
+ 258 M iv James Roy ADAIR
+ 259 M v Andrew Dumas ADAIR
+ 260 F vi Opal Cynthia ADAIR
  261 F vii Eula ADAIR was born on 25 Oct 1907 in Hays County, Texas. She died on 25 Oct 1907 in Hays County, Texas and was buried in Hays County, Texas.

James & Shirley Webb visited her grave at the Kyle Cemetery on February 24, 1995.
  262 F viii Lula Belle ADAIR was born on 25 Oct 1907 in Hays County, Texas. She died in Bishop, Nueces County, Texas.
        Lula married (1) Cecil WITT in 1952. Cecil died about 1952.
        Lula also married (2) Norman MONK.
+ 263 F ix Emma Lorene ADAIR
+ 264 M x Elmer Cleveland ADAIR
  265 F xi Laura Grace ADAIR was born on 8 Oct 1912 in Hays County, Texas. She died on 14 Jul 1913 in Kyle, Hays County, Texas and was buried in Jul 1913 in Kyle, Hays County, Texas.

James & Shirley Webb visited her grave at the Kyle Cemetery on February 24, 1995.
+ 266 M xii Edward Lee ADAIR Jr

126. Margaret Pearl ADAIR (Frances Ann GANT , William , Charles , John , John ) was born on 27 Nov 1871 in Marshall County, Mississippi. She died on 9 Apr 1951 in Duncan, Stephens County, Oklahoma and was buried in Apr 1951 in Duncan, Stephens County, Oklahoma.

Margaret married Joseph Johnson FRANKS, son of William Louis FRANKS and Mary Elizabeth REID, on 9 Nov 1893. Joseph was born on 30 Oct 1871 in Science Hall, Hays County, Texas. He died on 27 Feb 1963 in Duncan, Stephens County, Oklahoma and was buried on 1 Mar 1963 in Duncan, Stephens County, Oklahoma.

In 1962 Joseph Johnson Franks wrote "Trophenia was my favorite niece. We lived near each other for about four years when she was from 4 to 8 years old and she always seemed to think a lot of me as I did of her. She was one of the prettiest girls I ever knew. I baptized her, Velma and their mother and took them into the church at old Science Hall in Hays County, Texas while I was pastor at Buda and had the Hall and Lytton Springs as the other two appointments. Don't know to this day why they sent me to the Buda circuit. As soon as I got into the conference, Buda and Kyle both commenced asking for me to be sent there. I feel proud to this day that my home-folks had that much confidence in me, but I did a pretty good work there and stayed with them three years. The best things that happened to me was that my Father was converted and I baptized him and received him and my Mother into the Methodist Church. Mother was a primitive Baptist but joined with Father. They died just thirty days apart, 58 years ago. My father was exactly six feet tall, weighed one hundred and seventy five pounds and was well proportioned in every way. He was the most even tempered person that I ever knew. Never heard him use a harsh word in my life. He spent the entire length of the Un-Civil War fighting for what he thought was right, not against the freedom of the slaves because neither he nor his father ever owned one. For two reasons. One was they did not believe it was right for one person to enslave another. The second reason, they thought that slaves were the highest priced labor to be had. My maternal grand father owned about sixty five at the time of his death and of that number there were ten that were too old and worn out to earn their keep and about fifteen that were too young to be of service and besides that the children and old ones required the attention of the able bodied ones, so you can see that Dad was not far off in thinking they were too costly. He still had another reason that he disliked slavery. Most of those that owned slaves were haughty and thought themselves of a higher class than the folks that did not own them and taught their children to be snobs."
Joseph Johnson Franks, 91, of 1010 Washington, Duncan, Oklahoma, died Wednesday, February 27, 1963 at a local hospital following a two month illness. A retired grocer and minister, Franks moved to Duncan in 1950 from Amarillo, Texas. He was born October 30, 1871 in Hays County, Texas and retired from the Methodist ministry in 1915. Survivors include two sons, Fisher of Duncan, Oklahoma, Bill of Anaheim, California, Mrs D C Berry of Lovington, New Mexico, five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Burial will be in Duncan Cemetery.

Joseph and Margaret had the following children:

  267 M i Homer Granberry FRANKS was born on 30 Dec 1898. He died on 28 May 1899 and was buried in May 1899 in Barton Cemetery, Hays County, Texas.
  268 M ii Fisher Candler FRANKS was born on 30 Nov 1900. He died in Mar 1975 in Tyler, Smith County, Texas.
  269 F iii Eva Eudore FRANKS was born on 18 Jul 1903.

127. Mary Coral ADAIR (Frances Ann GANT , William , Charles , John , John ) was born on 16 Dec 1874 in University, Lafayette County, Mississippi. She died on 29 Dec 1950 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas and was buried on 30 Dec 1950 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas.

Mrs Mary Coral Adair Stewart was born December 16, 1874 at University Mississippi and passed away at her home in Dilley Texas on December 29, 1950 at the age of 76 years. She moved to Texas with her family when but a girl and resided in Hays county. She was married to James Robert Stewart on November 22, 1893 and moved to Frio county in 1906.

Mary married James Robert STEWART, son of William Shepard STEWART and Susan SPRINGER, on 22 Nov 1893 in Kyle, Hays County, Texas. James was born on 28 Apr 1871 in McNairy County, Tennessee. He died on 18 Jan 1946 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas and was buried on 19 Jan 1946 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas.

James Robert Stewart and Mary Coral Adair moved from Hays county Texas to Frio county Texas in 1906 and lived there on a ranch which bordered on the Frio River. Their ranch was near the town of Dilley which is a small agricultural-related community situated between San Antonio and Laredo. Ranching and farming were the main industries in the area, sometimes called the "Winter Garden" area of Texas. They became mainstays of the community and highly respected citizens who raised a family of six fine children. These sons and daughters remained close and visited often, even after adulthood and marriages took them to other areas of the state. A tradition which remained with the family even after the parents were gone was a Thanksgiving gathering in Dilley for a big dinner. Everyone would come from Dallas or Haskell, bring the young children, and set up tables and benches while Lex would barbeque a freshly slaughtered calf. Out-of-towners would stay overnight at the various homes of those who lived in Dilley. As time went by, the children would bring their children and the group grew larger. When James R (Jim Bob) Webb was a boy he remembers that his Granddad Stewart's ranch had mostly cattle, but there was a watermelon patch, too. Every year his Grandfather would go out and find the biggest watermelon they had and ship it to Jim Bob. The watermelon patch was harvested each year and the crop would fill a railroad car as it was loaded at the rail station in Dilley. Wesley, the eldest son, married later than most and stayed with his parents to help with the ranch before that. He kept hives of bees and gathered honey which he sent to various family members. Clyde and Stella were the children who married and moved away from Dilley. Wesley and his wife, Ruby, Lex and his family and Cleo and May stayed at Dilley and lived the rest of their lives there. Lex's first wife died of complications of diabetes, early in their marriage. He married Kathleen Bennett later and they had two children, Shirley and Larry. Lex's life continued to be marked by sadness as he and Kathleen parted, amicably, and Shirley became troublesome and had run-ins with the law. Larry married Pat and they have helped raise Shirley's son and took care of Lex in his later years. Lex died on Christmas Eve in 1990 in his apartment in Dilley, after having participated in a party with Santa Claus at the Community Center. Lex sat on Santa's lap to show the children that Santa was not to be feared. Wesley and Ruby did not have children of their own but always had toys at their house for visiting nieces and nephews. Ruby diligently drew up the family history and had it typed, sending copies to all. It was titled "The Stewarts in America". Clyde and his wife Mildred, lived in Dallas where he was co-owner of a refrigeration and air conditioning business. Their son Robert (Bobby) attended schools in Dallas and has worked for Texas Instruments for many years. Stella and Oran owned a farm just outside the small town of Haskell in West Central Texas. Oran died suddenly at the young age of 50 and Stella was left to care for the farm and property on her own. Nearly twenty years later she married a local widower who was a retired mail carrier, Oscar Tooley and they enjoyed each other's companionship in their final years. Lula May, called May, taught school and did not marry until she was in her mid 40's. And she married Mr Lloyd Wright whose son was married to May's younger sister, Cleo. This made her Cleo's sister and step-mother-in-law. Mr Wright, a widower when he married May, loved to tell the young grand nieces and nephews that they could have any pig that they wanted to take home with them if they would just catch it. Of course, no one could ever catch a pig but he loved to pull the joke on each new group of young children. Cleo and Harvey married and had a daughter, Alice Rhea. The baby soon showed signs of not hearing and turned out to have been born deaf. This was such a tragedy to Cleo and Harvey that they did not have another child in fear that her deafness was caused by some genetic defect in them. Alice Rhea grew up, learned sign language and lip reading and made a good life for herself in Dilley working at the bank. Jimmy also remembers going to Dallas in 1936 and spending a week with Uncle Clyde during the Texas Centennial Celebration. Clyde was overseeing the installation of refrigeration and air conditioning systems at the Fairgrounds and they enjoyed going to the various exhibits and events.

As the years passed by and it became necessary to travel to Dilley for funerals when the Stewart sons and daughters passed on, it was plain to see how important this family was to the town. Funerals were attended by large groups of mourners and the church was always filled with floral tributes. And the memories of how life was in the community of Dilley during those Thanksgiving celebrations and special occasions will always remain.

James Robert Stewart, pioneer citizen of Dilley Texas, died Friday, January 18, 1946 at his home from an extended illness. Funeral services were held at the home Saturday afternoon at 3:00 PM and also a short service was held at the grave in the Dilley City Cemetery. The attendance and funeral cortege was one of the largest ever witnessed in Dilley. James Robert Stewart was born in McNairy county Tennessee on April 28, 1871. He came to Hays county Texas when a young man and there was married to Mary Coral Adair on November 22, 1893. In 1906 he moved his family to Dilley Texas and there he made his home until his death on the afternoon of January 18, 1946.

James and Mary had the following children:

  270 M i John Wesley STEWART was born on 5 Jan 1896 in Goforth, Hays County, Texas. He died on 17 Sep 1974 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas and was buried in Sep 1974 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas.

Served in the 131st Artillery of the 36th Division in France during the first World War.
        John married Ruby GATES on 18 Oct 1942. Ruby was born on 9 Apr 1910 in Crown, Atascosa County, Texas. She died on 28 Oct 2000 in Pearsall, Frio County, Texas and was buried on 31 Oct 2000 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas.

Ruby Stewart compiled an extensive listing of the Stewart family ancestory from 1832 through 1963. It is the basis for much of the information on the Stewart family in this geneological file. Much credit is due Ruby for compiling this very informative study.

Ruby Gates Stewart, 90, of Dilley died on Saturday, October 28, 2000 in Pearsall, TX. She was born April 9, 1910 in Crown, TX. She was the last of her generation in her family. She was preceeded in death by her husband, John Wesley Stewart in 1974, five sisters, Eva Lee, Ola Williams, Lemmie Davidson, Jimmie Gates and Beulah Hodges: two brothers, Grover Gates and Ellie Gates. She is survived by several nieces and nephews, Donald E. and Janice Lee of Houston; Jack Hodges of McAllen; William R. "Bill" Davidson of San Antonio, Lillie Kaiser of Victoria, Judy Gates of Killeen, Janet Gates of Killeen, Jane Gates Skaughthaug of Spokane, WA, Jim Bob Webb of Kerrville, Mary Lou Gilleland of Haskell, Alice Rhea Wright of Dilley, Bob Stewart of Dallas, Shirley Adams of Pearsall and Larry Stewart of Dilley. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, Oct 31, 2000 at Dilley United Methodist Church. Pastor Evelyn Glazner-Cooney officiated. Interment followed in Dilley Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Hurley Funeral Home.
+ 271 F ii Stella Victoria STEWART
  272 F iii Lula Mae STEWART was born on 17 Aug 1901 in Goforth, Hays County, Texas. She died on 3 May 1993 in Pearsall, Frio County, Texas and was buried in May 1993 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas.
        Lula married Lloyd Clay WRIGHT, son of Henry Clay WRIGHT and Melissa Ann MILLS, on 22 May 1946 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas. Lloyd was born on 6 Oct 1884 in Texas. He died on 29 May 1965 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas and was buried in May 1965 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas.

In the Dilley local news column of the Dilley Atmosphere, which was the Dilley, Texas newspaper published on November 5, 1913 there was this line: "The following prominent Dilley citizens attended the State Fair in Dallas last week: J E J Pouncey, C L Busby, J D Webb and L C Wright. Mr Wright purchased a pair of very fine registered Poland China pigs while there, which he will add to his already very fine herd".
+ 273 M iv Jackson Lex STEWART
+ 274 M v Clyde Cecil STEWART
+ 275 F vi Cleo Coral STEWART

129. Lula Judson ADAIR (Frances Ann GANT , William , Charles , John , John ) was born on 25 Sep 1882 in Tate County, Mississippi. She died on 13 Apr 1959.

Lula married Buckner Harris (Buck) RYLANDER on 15 Nov 1903. Buckner was born on 16 Aug 1883 in Texas. He died in Mar 1970 in Buda, Hays County, Texas.

They had the following children:

+ 276 M i Ray Robert RYLANDER

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