Family of James Leonard DOUGLAS (22) & Mary Ellen ?
Emma E. first married Sidney McCLERKIN, son of James A. McCLERKIN (1818-1891) & Lydia COX (1822-1898). Born around 1854 in Tennessee. Resided in District 7, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1860. Resided in District 7, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1870.
They had one child:
Emma E. second married ? JOHNSON.
68. Martha S. DOUGLAS. Born in 1867. Alias/AKA: "Mattie".
Martha S. married P. T. WILSON.
They had one child:
69. John William DOUGLAS. Born in 1869. At the age of 50, John William died in 1919. Buried in 1919 in Antioch Cemetery, Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee.
70. Nancy Jane DOUGLAS. Born on 3 Oct 1872 in Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 53, Nancy Jane died in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee on 12 Apr 1926. Buried in Apr 1926 in Hope Hill Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.
Obituary: In Loving Memory: Mrs. Nancy Jane Hemphill departed this life April 12th, 1926. She was born in Henderson County, October 3, 1872, and was 53 years old. The sad death occurred at a Memphis hospital where she was taken for treatment. Mrs. Hemphill is survived by her husband, John M. Hemphill, her mother, Mrs. Ellen Douglas, two sisters, Miss Mag and Mrs. Emma Johnson, Jackson. Her father, J. Leonard Douglas, one brother, John William Douglas, and one sister, Mrs. P.T. Wilson, have passed on to their reward. She was married in early womanhood to John M. Hemphill and to this union were born two children, a boy and a girl, Zelmer, who lives in Kansas City, and Zula, who lives with her father in the family home in Milan. The remains were buried at Hope Hill Cemetery.
Nancy Jane married Johnny M. HEMPHILL, son of James Anderson HEMPHILL (1839-1918) & Mary C. SMITH (1849-1924). Born in Apr 1872. Resided in 1st District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1910. Resided in Milan, Gibson County, Tennessee in 1926. Alias/AKA: "John".
They had the following children:
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