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Fourth Generation (Continued)

Family of William Elvis HILLIARD (11) & Millard Lynn TAYLOR

34. Dora Fredonia HILLIARD. Born on 4 Apr 1873 in Tennessee. At the age of 74, Dora Fredonia died in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee on 20 Jul 1947. Alias/AKA: "Dora".

On 11 Oct 1901 when Dora Fredonia was 28, she married John Horton DUNAGAN, son of Allen DUNAGAN & Elizabeth KING. Born in 1861 in Harrison County, Missouri. At the age of 58, John Horton died in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee on 1 Mar 1919.

Based on when his mother died and when she would have been married, John had to be born between January 1861 and November 1, 1861. On the 1880 Harrison County, Missouri Census, John was living in the household of his Uncle Elijah, brother of Allen Russell. On 5 January 1893, John married Fannie Horn in Carroll County, Tennessee. They had three children: Arzrow George Washington Dunagan - born 1895; Adolphus R. Dunagan - born 1897; and Margaret "Hessie" Dunagan - born 1894. John and these children were residents of Carroll County, Tennessee at the time of 1900 census. According to the obituary from the Ridgeway Journal dated September 12, 1912, column 1, page 1, John H. Dunagan "went west early in life." At the time of his father, Allen Russell's death, John had not been in contact with his parents since he left home and they presumed him dead. He died of turberculosis, in Shelby County Tuberculosis Hospital, named the Oakville Sanitarium, on Lamar Avenue, Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
i. Carrie. Born on 18 Feb 1905.

Carrie married Larry BIRKNER.

84 ii. Ruby (1906-)
85 iii. Lester Horton Dabbs (1908-1995)
86 iv. Warren F. (1912-1980)
87 v. Maude (1914-1956)

35. James Hyson HILLIARD. Born on 12 Sep 1893 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 57, James Hyson died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 8 Jan 1951. Buried in 1951 in Jamison Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

On 7 May 1916 when James Hyson was 22, he married Elizabeth ORR, daughter of Newton Allen ORR (1854-1920) & Julia Angeline ENOCHS (1866-1935), in Carroll County, Tennessee. Born on 5 Mar 1896. At the age of 89, Elizabeth died in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee on 9 May 1985. Buried in 1985 in Jamison Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee. Alias/AKA: "Bessie".

They had the following children:
i. James.

ii. Maureen.

iii. Velma Cleo. Born on 6 Nov 1917. Velma Cleo died on 18 Jul 1918. Buried in Jul 1918 in Jamison Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.


36. Hattie HILLIARD. Born on 21 Jun 1899. At the age of 76, Hattie died on 27 Jul 1975. Buried in Jul 1975 in Jamison Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

On 24 Aug 1921 when Hattie was 22, she married Marvin Esker CARY, son of James Benjamin CARY (1856-1929) & Eliza Ann KIRKSEY (1867-1948), in Carroll County, Tennessee. Born on 20 Mar 1888 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 55, Marvin Esker died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 21 Sep 1943. Buried on 23 Sep 1943 in Jamison Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
i. Thelma.

ii. Warren.

iii. Leslie.

iv. Burgin.

v. James Benjamin. Born on 19 Oct 1924. At the age of 59, James Benjamin died on 31 Aug 1984. Buried in Sep 1984 in Jamison Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

James Benjamin married Lorine ?. Buried in Jamison Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

88 vi. Gordon Lee (1927-1992)

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