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75551 «u»«b»Hughes Queen «/u»«/b» was born on 12 May 1824. He owned land inherited from Joseph Queen after 1827 in Wilkes County, North Carolina «b»(20)«/b» He lived in Wilkes County, North Carolina in 1848«b» (32)
«/b»Hughes Queen and Martha Lavina Gilreath were married on 24 May 1848. They lived in Georgia after 1848. «b»Martha Lavina Gilreath«/b» was born on 2 Oct 1822.

«b»20.«/b» North Carolina Will Index, Wilkes County (?), Will Book 4, Page 109.
«b»32. «/b»Wilkes County Heritage Book.

http://webpages.charter.net/rlqueen/fq/b473.htm#P473 
Queen, Hughes (I26831)
 
75552 «u»«b»Jesse Queen «sup»61,62«/u»«/b»«/sup» was born on 7 Aug 1814.«b»«sup»61«/b»«/sup» He owned 1 WP (tax - $.70) in 1837 in Iredell County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»55«/b»«/sup»He appeared in the census in 1850 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»63«/b»«/sup» He died on 27 Oct 1869 in North Carolina.«b»«sup»61 «/b»«/sup»
Jesse Queen and Nancy Millsaps were married on 29 Aug 1837 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»64«/b»«/sup» «b»Nancy Millsaps«sup»61,62«/b»«/sup» (daughter of Richard Millsaps and Catherine Looper) was born on 12 Oct 1820 in Wilkes County, North Carolina. She appeared in the census in 1880 in Gwaltneys, Alexander Co. North Carolina.«b»«sup»65«/b»«/sup» She died on 13 Jun 1917 in North Carolina. She was also known as Mary. She was also known as Polly. She was also known as Nancy Milsap.

«b»55. «/b»Margaret Looper Queen will (1831), Will Book 2, Page 119,, Will Book 2, Page 119.
«b»61.«/b» Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery.
«b»62. «/b»Liz Ault, "Descendants of Jesse Queen family group sheet," compiled 8/24/204, RootsWeb WorldConnect Project (worldconnect.rootsweb.com).
«b»64.«/b» Wilkes County Marriages, 1778-1868. 155. Queen, Jesse & Nancy Millsaps, 29 Aug 1837, William Millsaps, bm.
«b»65. «/b»United States Census, 1880, Gwaltneys, Alexander Cunty, p. 20.

http://webpages.charter.net/rlqueen/fq/b353.htm#P353 
Queen, Jesse (I27106)
 
75553 «u»«b»John Francis (Nate) Queen «/u»«/b» was born in Nov 1875 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»80«/b»«/sup» He appeared in the census on 9 Jun 1900 in Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»86«/b»«/sup»
«b»80. «/b»United States Census, 1900, North Carolina, Volume 71, Enumeration District 144, Sheet 3, Line 37(Brushy Mountain Township).
«b»86. «/b»1900 United States Census, Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina, Enumeration District 144, Supervisor's District 6; National Archives and Records Administration. Page 27, Sheet B, Lines 37-47.

http://webpages.charter.net/rlqueen/fq/b123.htm#P123 
Queen, John Francis (Nate) (I26904)
 
75554 «u»«b»Joseph Elis Anderson «sup»33«/u»«/b»«/sup»was born in 1849 in Murray County, Georgia. He was buried after in Ohio. He lived in Georgia.
Joseph Elis Anderson and Teresa (Creasy, Treasy, Treacie) Queen were married on 16 Sep 1866. They lived in Jackson County, Ohio in 1900. They appeared in the census in 1900 in Jackson County, Ohio. They appeared in the census in 1910 in Racoon Township, Gallia County, Ohio. «b»Teresa (Creasy, Treasy, Treacie) Queen«/b» (daughter of Wade Hampton Queen and Cansada A. Blaylock) was born on 3 May 1846 in South Carolina. She died about 1909 in Wellston, Ohio. She lived in South Carolina.

«b»33«/b». Wilkes County Heritage Book 
Anderson, Joseph Elis (I26859)
 
75555 «u»«b»Knight of the Garter«/b» «/u». Son and heir of «b»Sir Thomas Hungerford«/b», by his 2nd wife, «b»Joan«/b», was strongly attached to the Lancastrian cause at the close of «b»Richard II«/b»'s reign, his father having been steward in «b»John of Gaunt«/b»'s household. On «b»Henry IV«/b»'s accession he was granted an annuity of 40 pounds out of the lands of «b»Margaret, Duchess of Norfolk«/b», and was knighted. In Oct 1400 he was returned to Parliament as member for Wiltshire, and was re-elected for that constituency in 1404, 1407, 1413, and Jan 1413-14, and represented the county of Somerset in 1409. He acted as speaker in the parliament meeting on 29 Jan 1413-14, the last parliament in which he sat in the House of Commons (cf. Manning, Lives of the Speakers, p. 55).
«b»Hungerford«/b» had already won renown as a warrior. In 1401 he was with the English army in France, and is said to have worsted the «b»French King«/b» in a duel outside Calais; he distinguished himself in battle and tournament, and received substantial reward. In consideration of his services he was granted in 1403 one hundred marks per annum, payable by the town and castle of Marlborough, Wiltshire, and was appointed sheriff of Wiltshire. On 22 Jul 1414 he was nominated Ambassador to treat for a league with «b»Sigismund, King of the Romans«/b» (Rymer, Foedera, vol. iv. pt. ii. p. 186), and as English envoy attended the council of Constance in that and the following year (cf. his accounts of expenses in Brit. Mus. Addit. MS 24513, f. 68). In the autumn of 1415 «b»Hungerford«/b» accompanied «b»Henry V«/b» to France with twenty men-at-arms and sixty horse archers (Nicholas, Agincourt, p. 381). He, rather than the «b»Earl of Westmoreland«/b», as in «b»Shakespeare«/b»'s '«i»Henry V«/i»', seems to have been the officer who expressed, on the eve of Agincourt, regret that the English had not ten thousand archers, and drew from the «b»King«/b» a famous rebuke (ib. pp. 105, 241). He fought bravely at the battle of Agincourt, but the assertion that he made the «b»Duke of Orleans«/b» prisoner is not substantiated. He was employed in May 1416 in diplomatic negotiations with Ambassadors of «b»Theodoric, Archbishop of Cologne«/b» (Rymer, vol. iv. pt ii. p. 158), and in Nov 1417 with envoys from from France (ib. vol. iv. pt. ii. p. 25). In 1417 he was made Admiral of the fleet under «b»John, Duke of Bedford«/b», and was with «b»Henry V«/b» in 1418 at the siege of Rouen. In Nov of the latter year he is designated the steward of the king's household (ib. vol. iv. pt. iii. p. 76), and was granted the Barony of Homet in Normandy. He took part in the peace negotiations of 1419, and on 3 May 1421 was installed Knight of the Garter (Beltz, Hist. of Garter, p. clviii).
«b»Hungerford«/b» was an executor of «b»Henry V«/b»'s will, and in 1422 became a member of «b»Protector Gloucester«/b»'s council. In 1424 he was made steward of the household of the infant King, «b»Henry VI«/b», and on 7 Jan 1425-6 was summoned to the House of Lords as Baron Hungerford. The summons was continued to him till his death. «b»Hungerford«/b» became treasurer in succession to «b»Bishop Stafford«/b», when «b»Bishop Beaufort«/b»'s resignation of the great seal in Mar 1426-7 placed Gloucestershire in supreme power. He acted as carver at «b»Henry VI«/b»'s coronation in Paris in Dec 1430 (Waurin, Chron., Rolls Ser., iv. 11), but on the change of ministry which followed «b»Henry VI«/b»'s return from France in Feb 1431-2, he ceased to be treasurer. He attended the conference at Arms in 1435 (Wars of Henry VI in France, Rolls ser., ed. Stevenson, ii. 431). He died on 9 Aug 1449, and was buried beside his first wife in Salisbury Cathedral, within the iron chapel erected by himself, which is still extant, although removed from its original position. By his marriages and royal grants «b»Hungerford«/b» added largely to the family estates. He was a man of piety, and built chanteries at Heytesbury and Chippenham, and made bequests to Salisbury and Bath Cathedrals. In 1428 he presented valuable estates to the Free Royal Chapel in the palace of St. Stephen at Westminster. He also built an almshouse for twelve poor men and a woman, and a schoolmaster's residence at Heytesbury. The original building was destroyed in 1765, but the endowment, which was regulated by statutes drawn up by «b»Margaret of Botreaux«/b», wife of «b»Hungerford«/b»'s son «b»Robert«/b», still continues (Jackson, Anc. Statutes of Heytesbury Almshouses, Devizes, 1863). Hungerford's will is printed in Nicolas's 'Testamenta Vetusta,' pp. 257-9. He left his '«i»best legend of the lives of the saints«/i»' to his daughter-in-law, «b»Margaret«/b», and a cup which «b»John of Gaunt«/b» had used to «b»John, Viscount Beaumont«/b».

http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/HUNGERFORD.htm#Walter%20HUNGERFORD%20(1º%20B.%20Hungerford%20of%20Farleigh) 
Hungerford, Walter 1st Baron Hungerford of Farleigh (I29804)
 
75556 «u»«b»Loyd William Queen «/u»«/b»was born on 15 Nov 1912 in North Carolina. He appeared in the census on 3 Apr 1930 in Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»104«/b»«/sup»
Loyd William Queen and Ethel Moore were married on 22 Dec 1932 in Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»101,108«/b»«/sup» «b»Ethel Moore«/b» (daughter of James Moore and Girtie) was born about 1912 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»101«/b»«/sup»

«b»101. «/b»From personal knowledge of Len Moore (295 Mourne Rouge Road, Wilkesboro, North Carolina 28697),; provided 9/29/2004.
«b»104. «/b»1930 United States Census, Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina, Enumeration District 97-4, Supervisor's District 1, Sheet 2A, Lines 19-27.
«b»108. «/b»Wilkes County Records, Marriage File 7662.
http://webpages.charter.net/rlqueen/fq/b443.htm#P443 
Queen, Loyd William (I26933)
 
75557 «u»«b»Marriage performed by Rev. Joseph Merrill, Reg. Baptist Church«/u»«/b»

James Ostrander to Nancy Mabee, both of Middleton, on
10/28/1840, by banns. Witnesses: Benjamin Smith and Pinckney
Mabee. Reverend Joseph Merrill, 
Family F6195
 
75558 «u»«b»polariswidow@hotmail.com
Clarence Elton Chute «/u»«/b». . . per a document my father found.
b. 18 Sep 1904 Chicago IL
d. Dec 1967 Daytona FL.
m. Lillian Olson Chute b. 23 Nov 1907 ~ Chicago IL
d. 15 Apr 2009 ~Daytona FL
c. they did not have any children !


This means Clarence's brother «u»Russell Earl Chute «/u»could not have been born in 1904. He had to be born either before or after that year. I am waiting for my father to send me a book of the Chute family dated in the 1940's. I am also waiting for more documents to come from a distant cousin as well. The information from her should be about Laverne & Eleanor Olson etc.
Mary Smith Nee Chute


«u»«/u»

Which is this page below that I copied & pasted.
«b»Clarence Chute
«/b»First Name: Clarence
Last Name: Chute
Birth Date: Sep 18, 1904 Death Date: Dec 1967 Age: 63
First Known Location: IL
Record Type: Death Record
Collection: Social Security Death Index
Security Administration
Years: 1937 to 2011
Description: The Social Security Death Index was provided by the Social Security Administration (SSA). It contains data
from 1937 to 2011. Entries include: name, date of birth, date of death, state or country of residence, and zip code of last residence. Address: 6401 Security Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21235 «u»On the Web «/u»

When I was growing up my grandmother Dorothy Chute, Lillian Chute (Clarence died before I was born) and LaVerne Olson all lived in a triangle across the street from each other. I can't remember when LaVerne Olson moved away, but Dorothy Chute & Lillian Chute lived across the street from each other for the rest of their lives & died in thier own homes in Daytona Beach Florida. My father Edward William Chute still lives in Daytona Beach.
Thank you
Mary


Social Security Number: 336-05-2114
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J2Y2-73V

«u»https://familysearch.org/search/records/index#count=20&query=%2Bgivenname%3Aclarence~%20%2Bsurname%3Achute~%20%2Bbirth_year%3A1903-1904 «/u»~ 
Chute, Clarence Elton (I53933)
 
75559 «u»«b»Radford Barton (Burton) Queen«sup»62,89«/u»«/b»«/sup» was born about 1841 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»62«/b»«/sup» Before 1861 he was a Shoemaker. He served in the military on 9 Oct 1861 in Alexander County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»90«/b»«/sup» He served in the military on 13 Dec 1862 in Fredericksburg.«b»«sup»90,91«/b»«/sup» He served in the military on 1 Sep 1864 in Petersburg, Virginia. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»92«/b»«/sup»
Radford Barton (Burton) Queen and Nancy C. Parlier were married on 7 Dec 1865 in North Carolina.«b»«sup»93«/b»«/sup» They appeared in the census on 1 Sep 1870 in Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»94«/b»«/sup» «b»Nancy C. Parlier«sup»62«/b»«/sup» (daughter of Jonathon Parlier and Rebecca Shinn) was born about 1841 in North Carolina.

«b»62. «/b»Liz Ault, "Descendants of Jesse Queen family group sheet," compiled 8/24/204, RootsWeb WorldConnect Project (worldconnect.rootsweb.com).
«b»89. «/b»Civil War Soldier Surnames Index, Civil War Soldier Records of North Carolina, CensusDiggins.com online [http://www.censusdiggins.com/nc_civil_war_q.html], accessed 9/29/2004.
«b»90. «/b»Civil War Service Records File (), , (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration), Radford B. Queen.
«b»91.«/b» Radford B. Queen File (), «i»Military Records of Individual Civil War Soldiers«/i», (Kingston, MA, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000: Historical Data Systems),.
«b»92. «/b»United States Census, 1880, Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina, ed. 216, sh 1, d 4, f 4.
«b»93. «/b»«i»North Carolina Marriage Index, Microfiche.«/i», Record Number, 10404012; Bond Number 000169014.
«b»94. «/b»1870 United States Census, Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina,; National Archives and Records Admnistration. Page 5, Lines 29-31.

http://webpages.charter.net/rlqueen/fq/b568.htm#P568 
Queen, Radford Barton (Burton) (I27136)
 
75560 «u»«b»Radford G. (J) Queen «sup»49«/u»«/b»«/sup» was born in 1810. On 17 Jan 1839, he conveyed to Ingram A. GIll by Mortgage Deed, one tract of 340 acres and all property in Rocky Creek, Brushy Mountain Township, North Carolina«b»«sup»24«/b»«/sup»He appeared in the census in 1850 in Wilkes County, North Carolina«b»«sup»50«/b»«/sup» He served in the military between 1860 and 1865«b»«sup»51«/b»«/sup» He appeared in the census in 1880 in Wilkes County, North Carolina«b»«sup»52 «/b»«/sup»He died on 21 Jun 1884 in Wilkes County, North Carolina. He was buried after in Younger Graveyd, Wilkes, N C.
Radford G. (J) Queen and Mary (Polly) Millsaps were married in Wilkes County, North Carolina. «b»Mary (Polly) Millsaps«/b» was born after 1818. She died on 13 Jun 1917.

«b»24.«/b» Iredell County, North Carolina, Records, Deed Book S, p. 342.
«b»49. «/b»Census of Union Veterans, 1860, Docket 196, North Carolina, lists a Radford Queen, North Carolina.
«b»50.«/b» United States Census, 1850, Wilkes County, North Carolina, p.329.
«b»51.«/b» Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, Wilkes Couty, North Carolina: Headstone Inscription, Company 6, 37th North Carolina Infantry, Confederate States of America(Headstone).
«b»52.«/b» United States Census, 1880, Wilkes County, North Carolina, Vol. 25, ED 216, Sheet 1, Line 30. 
Queen, Radford G. (J) (I26890)
 
75561 «u»«b»See his Biograph

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agrippa_d%27Aubign%C3%A9«/u»«/b» 
d'Aubigné, Agrippa (I29138)
 
75562 «u»«b»See his Biography «/b»«/u»


http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/RICH.htm#Robert%20RICH%20(1°%20E.%20Warwick)

Biography
Robert RICH
(1st E. Warwick)
Born: ABT 1562
Accede: 1618
Notes: 3° B. Rich of Leez.
Father: Robert RICH (2° B. Rich of Leez) <../RICH.htm>
Mother: Elizabeth BALDRY
Married: Penelope DEVEREUX (B. Rich) <../DEVEREUX.htm> 1581 DIVORCED 15 Nov 1605
Children:
1. Robert RICH (2° E. Warwick) <../RICH.htm>
2. Henry RICH (1º E. Holland) <../RICH.htm>
3. Charles RICH (d. 1627)
4. Lettice (Lucy) RICH <../RICH.htm>
5. Penelope RICH <../RICH.htm>
6. Essex RICH <../RICH.htm>
7. Isabel RICH <../RICH.htm>
Married 2: Frances WRAY (C. Warwick) (dau. of Christopher Wray and Anne Girlington)

On 10 Mar 1580/1, the Earl of Huntingdon , applied through Lord Burghley for the Queen <../aboutElizabeth.htm>'s consent to his guard, Penelope Devereux , union with another suitor. Catherine Dudley, C. Huntingdon, succeeded in making for her the best possible marriage match; the young and eligible Lord Rich who had just succeed to his title and considerable property. The marriage proved a disaster.
Robert Rich was not the most pleasant of people and was described as being of a foul and vindictive disposition and of nasty temper. There is a story that Penelope Devereaux was forced to marry him. This was in spite of stamping her feet and refusing in the ceremony and having to be taken into the vestry by her uncle and persuaded by the threat that she would be turned penniless out into the street if she didn't.
Before 1595, became the mistress of Charles Blount, Lord Mountjoy <../Bios/CharlesBlount(1EDevonshire).htm>, and the three sons and two daughters of whom she became the mother after that date were subsequently acknowledged by Mountjoy <../Bios/CharlesBlount(1EDevonshire).htm> to be his childred. Lord Rich could hardly have been ignorant of his wife's conduct, but he made no outward sign.
After the execution of her brother, Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex <../Bios/RobertDevereux(2EEssex).htm> in 1601, Lord Rich, by her own statement, abandoned . Thereforth, she lived in open adultery with Lord Mountjoy <../Bios/CharlesBlount(1EDevonshire).htm>, but suffered no loss of esteem at court in consequence.
By mutual arrangement, a divorce "a mensa et thoro" was obtained. To be fair to Lord Rich he did abide by the conditions of the divorce settlement whereas she didn't. Only when she knew she was at death's door did she ask for his forgiveness which he willingly gave her as she forgave him. This of course was to make the score sheet look good when either appeared at the pearly gates and was a common thing to do in those days. It was only after 's death did he look for another wife.
He at once took advantage of his release to marry Frances, daughter of Lord Chief Justice Sir Christopher Wray. Frances Wray came from Glentworth just three or four miles across the ridge where she lived at Glentworth Hall. She was married at the age of 15 to Sir George St. Pol and after 13 years (according to John Chadwick, Chaplain to King James I in 1597 but the figures do not tally accurately), she had the daughter Mattathia who's effigy lies in the alcove below her. Tragically this only daughter died before her second birthday and was followed some 16 years later by Sir George, a man once described by Lord Burghley as "one of the best men in the country".
«tab»After being a widow for three years Frances married Robert Rich of Leez Priory at Felstead in Essex, the gentleman with the full faced painted portrait on the medallion memorial to the left of Sir George St Pol's tomb. He appears on this wall memorial as the Earl of Warwick with his Countess behind him shown half faced profile with a coronet upon her head. This countess of course is Frances as her husband Rich purchased the title from a cash strapped King James I. for £10,000. In 1618, only a few months after buying his title Lord Rich, Earl of Warwick was dead and buried in a vault at Felstead. Countess Frances rowed with Lord Rich's son, Robert, second Earl of Warwick , who considered she had taken advantage of his father's trusting nature. Frances had made a marriage agreement with Lord Rich in that if she died first he would get her entire estate and if he did she would get a considerable part of his. What Rich was not told was that despite the fact that Frances received £1,700 a year from Sir George's considerable estate (mega - bucks in modern money) she actually owned no property except the house in Snarford as it all went to two nephews. Frances took what was due to her from Rich's estate and retired to Snarford once more to carry out in the area her good and charitable works to the end of her days. Although Frances is portrayed on both of the memorials in Snarford, on her death she was taken and Buried in the vault with Lord Rich at Felstead where no memorial of any kind to either exists. The son being of just a nasty disposition as his father he would not erect a stone to him or Frances.«tab»

http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Bios/RobertRich(1EWarwick).htm 
Rich, Robert 1st Earl Warwick (I15363)
 
75563 «u»«b»See his Biography«/b» «/u» Hoby, Sir Edward (I46896)
 
75564 «u»«b»See his Biography«/b» «/u» Barley, Henry of Albury (I45334)
 
75565 «u»«b»See his Biography«/b» «/u»

Has children 
Bedingfield, Sir Henry (I10251)
 
75566 «u»«b»See his Biography«/b» «/u» Blagrave, John (I44144)
 
75567 «u»«b»See his Biography«/b» «/u». Wharton, Phillip 3rd Baron Wharton (I46841)
 
75568 «u»«b»See his Biography«/b» «/u».

http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/STRICKLAND.htm#Walter%20STRICKLAND%20(Esq.)2 
Strickland, Walter of Sizergh Esq. (I19586)
 
75569 «u»«b»See his Biography«/b» «/u» Cornwallis, Sir William of Brome Hall Knight (I44924)
 
75570 «u»«b»See his Biography«/b» <«/u»http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Bios/AnthonyKingston.htm«u»>«/u» Kingston, Sir Anthony (I39830)
 
75571 «u»«b»See his Biolgraphy

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constant_d%27Aubign%C3%A9«/u»«/b» 
d'Aubigné, Constant (I29136)
 
75572 «u»«b»Speaker of the House of Commons «/b»http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Documents/parliaments_and_speakers.htm«/u»

http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/STRANGEWAYS.htm#James%20STRANGEWAYS%20(Sir%20Knight)2 
Strangeways, Sir James Knight (I29751)
 
75573 «u»«b»STANLEY FAMILY«/u»«/b»
«u»«b»Founder of MOUNTEAGLE LINE«/u»«/b»

«u»See his Biography «/u».
http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/STANLEY2.htm#Edward%20STANLEY%20(1°%20B.%20Mounteagle) 
Stanley, Edward 1st Baron Mounteagle (I19200)
 
75574 «u»«b»Thomas Alvin (Bud) Queen «/u»«/b»was born on 28 Oct 1880 in North Carolina.«b»«sup»97 «/b»«/sup»He died on 25 Apr 1943.«b»«sup»97«/b»«/sup»
«b»97. «/b»Liberty Cemetary, Wilkes County, North Carolina. 
Queen, Thomas Alvin (Bud) (I26920)
 
75575 «u»«b»Violet Lugenia Queen «/u»«/b» was born on 7 Sep 1932 in North Carolina. She died on 10 Jan 1997 in Harmony, Iredell County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»37«/b»«/sup»
«b»37.«sup» «/b»«/sup»Cemetary Headstone.

http://webpages.charter.net/rlqueen/fq/b450.htm#P450 
Queen, Violet Lugenia (I27009)
 
75576 «u»«b»Warren Ivory ((Warnie) (Doc)) Queen «/u»«/b» was born on 5 Nov 1922 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»37,110«/b»«/sup» He appeared in the census on 3 Apr 1930 in Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»104«/b»«/sup» He served in the military between 1940 and 1945 in World War II. He served in the military about 1952 in Korea. He served in the military between 1963 and 1967 in Vietnam. He served in the military in 1968 in Bangor, Maine.«b»«sup»110«/b»«/sup» He died of injuries sustained in an authomobile accident near Gracie, Kentucky on 30 Nov 1985 near Cadiz, Trigg County, Kentucky.«b»«sup»37,95,110 «/b»«/sup»He was also known as Warn.
Warren Ivory ((Warnie) (Doc)) Queen and Barbara Jean Cassity were married on 28 Apr 1951 in Franklin, Tennessee.«b»«sup»111«/b»«/sup»


«b»37. «/b»Cemetary Headstone.
«b»95. «/b»Russell C. Black and Irene Clanton Black, compiler, «i»Iredell County North Carolina Cemeteries, Volume 6, Iredell Memorial Gardens«/i» (1999), p. 136.
«b»104. «/b»1930 United States Census, Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina, Enumeration District 97-4, Supervisor's District 1, Sheet 2A, Lines 19-27.
«b»110. «/b»Personal Knowledge of Rolla Queen.
«b»111. «/b»Barbara Cassity Queen, Personal Communication.

http://webpages.charter.net/rlqueen/fq/b435.htm#P435 
Queen, Warren Ivory ((Warnie) (Doc)) (I26957)
 
75577 «u»«b»William R(ichard) Queen «sup»76«/u»«/b»«/sup» served in the military between 1 Jun 8 and Aug.«b»«sup»77«/b»«/sup» He was born in 1842 in North Carolina.«b»«sup»78«/b»«/sup» He served in the military on 5 Apr 1862 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»79 «/b»«/sup»He served in the military in Jun 1864 in Knoxville, Tennessee. He lived in Wilkes County, North Carolina; Residence: Brushy Mountain Township in 1900.«b»«sup»80«/b»«/sup» He died on 2 Jun 1917 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.
William R(ichard) Queen and Adeline Levisa (Maude) Nance obtained a marriage license on 23 Dec 1865 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»81,82«/b»«/sup»They were married on 4 Jan 1866 in Wilkes County, North Carolina«b»«sup».82,83 «/b»«/sup»They appeared in the census in 1870 in Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»84«/b»«/sup» They appeared in the census in 1880 in Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»85 «/b»«/sup»They appeared in the census on 9 Jun 1900 in Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina.«b»«sup»86 «/sup»Adeline Levisa (Maude) Nance«sup»87«/b»«/sup»(daughter of Miles Nance and Melvina (Louvina, Viney) Stanley) was born in Nov 1845 in Wilkesboro, Wilkes County, North Carolina. She lived in household of Miles Nance and was 4 years old in Wilkes County, North Carolina in 1850. She died on 28 Oct 1906 in Utah. She was also known as Viosy.
«b»76. «/b»United States Census, 1880, North Carolina, Volume 25, Enumeration District 216, Sheet 3m, Line 26.
«b»77.«/b» Special Schedule, Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Widows(Union Soldiers), Roll 2, 45-2.
«b»78.«/b» United States Census, 1870 - Population, Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina. Roll 1165, Page 261, July 27, 1870.
«b»79. «/b»«i»North Carolina Troops, 1861-1865: A Roster«/i», Volume 12, Page 476.
«b»80.«/b» United States Census, 1900, North Carolina, Volume 71, Enumeration District 144, Sheet 3, Line 37(Brushy Mountain Township).
«b»81.«/b» Wilkes County Marriages, 1778-1868.
«b»82.«/b» Ibid., 155. Queen, Wm. R. & Adline Nance, 23 Dec 1865: G.F. Nance, bm. m 4 Jan 1866 by H. Hayes, J.P.
«b»83. «/b»«i»North Carolina Marriage Index, Microfiche.«/i», Record Number, 10403045 and 10404012; Bond Number, 000168677 and 000169015.
«b»84.«/b» 1870 Population, Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina. Section M593, Roll 1165, Page 261.
«b»85.«/b» United States Census, 1880, Volume 25, Enumeration District 216, Sheet 3, Line 26.
«b»86. «/b»1900 United States Census, Brushy Mountain Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina, Enumeration District 144, Supervisor's District 6; National Archives and Records Administration. Page 27, Sheet B, Lines 37-47.
«b»87. «/b»Leslie Howard Strawn, "Descendants of William Nance family group sheet," compiled 8/25/2001, RootsWeb WorldConnect Project (worldconnect.rootsweb.com).


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