Clifford Pearl Williams1

F, b. 10 July 1897, d. 26 April 1969
     Clifford was born on 10 July 1897 at North Carolina, United States. She was the daughter of (--?--) Williams and Elizabeth Ward. She married Alexander E. Bell, son of William M. Bell and Elizabeth Starling, on 19 April 1915 at Lafayette, Florida, United States.2 She married Claude Cowart, circa 1932.1 Clifford died on 26 April 1969 at Bartow, Polk, Florida, United States, at age 71. Her body was buried in April 1969 at Welcome Cemetery, Ft. Meade, Polk, Florida, United States.

Children of Clifford Pearl Williams and Alexander E. Bell

Child of Clifford Pearl Williams and Claude Cowart

Citations

  1. [S710] Personal communication from Clifford BELL Hall, 26 Mar 1989.
  2. [S67] Lafayette Co. FL Marriage Records, Book E, pg. 147.

Alexander E. Bell

M, b. 1887, d. 1930
     Alexander was born in 1887. He was the son of William M. Bell and Elizabeth Starling. He married Rosa Bell, daughter of Judge W. Bell and Lula Toole, on 30 September 1908 at Lafayette, Florida, United States. He married Clifford Pearl Williams, daughter of (--?--) Williams and Elizabeth Ward, on 19 April 1915 at Lafayette, Florida, United States.1 Alexander died in 1930. His body was buried in 1930 at Riverside Cemetery, Lafayette, Florida, United States.2
     Alexander's occupation: Laborer.

Children of Alexander E. Bell and Rosa Bell

Children of Alexander E. Bell and Clifford Pearl Williams

Citations

  1. [S67] Lafayette Co. FL Marriage Records, Book E, pg. 147.
  2. [S93] Emmett B. Howell, Cemeteries - Lafayette Co., FL, p. 74.

Lela Mae Hadden

F, b. 8 March 1916, d. 7 February 1946
Relationships
2nd great-granddaughter of Daniel Caulk
2nd great-granddaughter of Joseph S. Donaldson
Great-granddaughter of Hugh Hadden
4th great-granddaughter of Daniel C. Kelly
2nd great-granddaughter of Henry Sapp
2nd great-granddaughter of Taylor R. Scott
5th great-granddaughter of Benedictus Townsend
5th great-granddaughter of William Wiley
Member of:
Boatright Family of Florida
Brannen Family of Florida
Burval Family of Polička
Buřval Family of Vřišt', Líšná and Cleveland
Carroll Family of South Carolina, Florida and Texas
Caulk Family of South Carolina and Florida
Donaldson Family of Alabama
Förderer Family of Östringen & Rettigheim, Baden, Germany
Hadden Family of Florida
Halter Family of Wurttemberg, Poland and Ohio
Hardie Family of North Carolina and Georgia
Hubert Family of Bohemia and Ohio
Kelly Family of Georgia, Florida and Alabama
Krejčí Family of Boudy, Bohemia
Parker Family of Florida
Sapp Family of Florida
Scott Family of Georgia and Florida
Smithwick Family of North Carolina
Sullivan Family of Georgia and Florida
Tompkins Family of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida
Townsend Family of South Carolina, Florida and Kentucky
Wiley Family of Virginia and Geogia
Wunsch Family of Baden and Poland
Charts
Clarice's Ancestry
Benjamin Boatright (1753-1808) of South Carolina Tree
Thomas Brannen (1794-1865) of Florida Tree
Thomas Carroll (1745-1802) of South Carolina Tree
Daniel Caulk (1784-1844) of South Carolina Tree
Joseph S. Donaldson (1820-1891) of Alabama Tree
Hugh Hadden (1818-1886) of Florida Tree
Allen Hardie (1747- ) of North Carolina Tree
Daniel C. Kelly (1755-1838) of Georgia Tree
John H. Parker (1808-1866) of Florida Tree
Henry Sapp (1775-1853) of Florida Tree
Taylor R. Scott (1808-1877) of Georgia Tree
Hugh Smithwick (1620-1673) of North Carolina Tree
William Sullivan (1755-1840) of Georgia Tree
John Tompkins (1700-1751) of North Carolina Tree
Benedictus Townsend (1710-1769) of South Carolina Tree
William Wiley (1734-1783) of Virginia Tree
Lela Mae Hadden circa 1942
     Lela was born on 8 March 1916 at Spring Warrior, Taylor, Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Charles Henry Hadden and Clara Eugene Scott. She married John Paul Tompkins, son of William Benjamin "Will" Tompkins and Olive Civility Parker, on 3 August 1933 at Lafayette, Florida, United States.2 Lela died on 7 February 1946 at Live Oak, Suwannee, Florida, United States, at age 29.3 Her body was buried on 8 February 1946 at Rocky Sinks Cemetery., Suwannee, Florida, United States.

Children of Lela Mae Hadden and John Paul Tompkins

Citations

  1. [S21] Charles Franklin Hadden Family Bible.
  2. [S67] Lafayette Co. FL Marriage Records, Book F, pg. 89.
  3. [S11] Florida State Vital Records, Cert. of Death for Leila May Tompkins, File No. 4755.

John Paul Tompkins1

M, b. 11 July 1907, d. 18 May 1983
Relationships
4th great-grandson of Benjamin Boatright
2nd great-grandson of Thomas Brannen
4th great-grandson of Thomas Carroll
3rd great-grandson of Allen Hardie
2nd great-grandson of John H. Parker
7th great-grandson of Hugh Smithwick
3rd great-grandson of William Sullivan
5th great-grandson of John Tompkins
Member of:
Boatright Family of Florida
Brannen Family of Florida
Burval Family of Polička
Buřval Family of Vřišt', Líšná and Cleveland
Carroll Family of South Carolina, Florida and Texas
Caulk Family of South Carolina and Florida
Donaldson Family of Alabama
Förderer Family of Östringen & Rettigheim, Baden, Germany
Hadden Family of Florida
Halter Family of Wurttemberg, Poland and Ohio
Hardie Family of North Carolina and Georgia
Hubert Family of Bohemia and Ohio
Kelly Family of Georgia, Florida and Alabama
Krejčí Family of Boudy, Bohemia
Parker Family of Florida
Sapp Family of Florida
Scott Family of Georgia and Florida
Smithwick Family of North Carolina
Sullivan Family of Georgia and Florida
Tompkins Family of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida
Townsend Family of South Carolina, Florida and Kentucky
Wiley Family of Virginia and Geogia
Wunsch Family of Baden and Poland
Charts
Clarice's Ancestry
Benjamin Boatright (1753-1808) of South Carolina Tree
Thomas Brannen (1794-1865) of Florida Tree
Thomas Carroll (1745-1802) of South Carolina Tree
Daniel Caulk (1784-1844) of South Carolina Tree
Joseph S. Donaldson (1820-1891) of Alabama Tree
Hugh Hadden (1818-1886) of Florida Tree
Allen Hardie (1747- ) of North Carolina Tree
Daniel C. Kelly (1755-1838) of Georgia Tree
John H. Parker (1808-1866) of Florida Tree
Henry Sapp (1775-1853) of Florida Tree
Taylor R. Scott (1808-1877) of Georgia Tree
Hugh Smithwick (1620-1673) of North Carolina Tree
William Sullivan (1755-1840) of Georgia Tree
John Tompkins (1700-1751) of North Carolina Tree
Benedictus Townsend (1710-1769) of South Carolina Tree
William Wiley (1734-1783) of Virginia Tree
John P. Tompkins - February 1978
     John was born on 11 July 1907 at Suwannee, Florida, United States. He was the son of William Benjamin "Will" Tompkins and Olive Civility Parker. He married Vertna May Hamlin, daughter of Charles Edgar Hamlin and Mattie Shiver, on 24 June 1923 at Lafayette, Florida, United States.2 He married Lela Mae Hadden, daughter of Charles Henry Hadden and Clara Eugene Scott, on 3 August 1933 at Lafayette, Florida, United States.2 He married Vera Elizabeth Bell, daughter of Alexander E. Bell and Clifford Pearl Williams, on 18 August 1946 at Statesville, Echo, Georgia, United States.3 John died on 18 May 1983 at Lakeland, Polk, Florida, United States, at age 75. His body was buried on 23 May 1983 at Watson Cemetery, Ft. Meade, Polk, Florida, United States.
     John's occupation: Auto Mechanic.

Children of John Paul Tompkins and Vertna May Hamlin

Children of John Paul Tompkins and Lela Mae Hadden

Citations

  1. [S710] Funeral card in possession of author.
  2. [S67] Lafayette Co. FL Marriage Records, Book F, pg. 89.
  3. [S710] Personal communication from John P. Tompkins, 27 Sep 1980.

Benjamin Anderson Tompkins1

M, b. 21 December 1935, d. 13 December 1967
Relationships
5th great-grandson of Benjamin Boatright
3rd great-grandson of Thomas Brannen
5th great-grandson of Thomas Carroll
3rd great-grandson of Daniel Caulk
3rd great-grandson of Joseph S. Donaldson
2nd great-grandson of Hugh Hadden
4th great-grandson of Allen Hardie
5th great-grandson of Daniel C. Kelly
3rd great-grandson of John H. Parker
3rd great-grandson of Henry Sapp
3rd great-grandson of Taylor R. Scott
8th great-grandson of Hugh Smithwick
4th great-grandson of William Sullivan
6th great-grandson of John Tompkins
6th great-grandson of Benedictus Townsend
6th great-grandson of William Wiley
Member of:
Boatright Family of Florida
Brannen Family of Florida
Carroll Family of South Carolina, Florida and Texas
Caulk Family of South Carolina and Florida
Donaldson Family of Alabama
Hadden Family of Florida
Hardie Family of North Carolina and Georgia
Kelly Family of Georgia, Florida and Alabama
Parker Family of Florida
Sapp Family of Florida
Scott Family of Georgia and Florida
Smithwick Family of North Carolina
Sullivan Family of Georgia and Florida
Tompkins Family of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida
Townsend Family of South Carolina, Florida and Kentucky
Wiley Family of Virginia and Geogia
Charts
Benjamin Boatright (1753-1808) of South Carolina Tree
Thomas Brannen (1794-1865) of Florida Tree
Thomas Carroll (1745-1802) of South Carolina Tree
Daniel Caulk (1784-1844) of South Carolina Tree
Joseph S. Donaldson (1820-1891) of Alabama Tree
Hugh Hadden (1818-1886) of Florida Tree
Allen Hardie (1747- ) of North Carolina Tree
Daniel C. Kelly (1755-1838) of Georgia Tree
John H. Parker (1808-1866) of Florida Tree
Henry Sapp (1775-1853) of Florida Tree
Taylor R. Scott (1808-1877) of Georgia Tree
William Sullivan (1755-1840) of Georgia Tree
John Tompkins (1700-1751) of North Carolina Tree
Benedictus Townsend (1710-1769) of South Carolina Tree
William Wiley (1734-1783) of Virginia Tree
Ben Tompkins 1967
     Benjamin was born on 21 December 1935 at Florida, United States. He was the son of John Paul Tompkins and Lela Mae Hadden. He married Norma Deloris (--?--), on 1 July 1960 at Tampa, Hillsborough, Florida, United States.2 Benjamin died on 13 December 1967 at Denver, Denver, Colorado, United States, at age 31. His body was buried on 18 December 1967 at Denver, Denver, Colorado, United States.
     Benjamin's occupation: Auto Mechanic.

Citations

  1. [S710] Funeral card in possession of author.
  2. [S710] Personal communication from Laura TOMPKINS Richie, 29 Feb 1994.

Jo Anne Tompkins1

F, b. 27 July 1937, d. 17 October 2016
Relationships
5th great-granddaughter of Benjamin Boatright
3rd great-granddaughter of Thomas Brannen
5th great-granddaughter of Thomas Carroll
3rd great-granddaughter of Daniel Caulk
3rd great-granddaughter of Joseph S. Donaldson
2nd great-granddaughter of Hugh Hadden
4th great-granddaughter of Allen Hardie
5th great-granddaughter of Daniel C. Kelly
3rd great-granddaughter of John H. Parker
3rd great-granddaughter of Henry Sapp
3rd great-granddaughter of Taylor R. Scott
8th great-granddaughter of Hugh Smithwick
4th great-granddaughter of William Sullivan
6th great-granddaughter of John Tompkins
6th great-granddaughter of Benedictus Townsend
6th great-granddaughter of William Wiley
Member of:
Boatright Family of Florida
Brannen Family of Florida
Carroll Family of South Carolina, Florida and Texas
Caulk Family of South Carolina and Florida
Donaldson Family of Alabama
Hadden Family of Florida
Hardie Family of North Carolina and Georgia
Kelly Family of Georgia, Florida and Alabama
Parker Family of Florida
Sapp Family of Florida
Scott Family of Georgia and Florida
Smithwick Family of North Carolina
Sullivan Family of Georgia and Florida
Tompkins Family of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida
Townsend Family of South Carolina, Florida and Kentucky
Wiley Family of Virginia and Geogia
Charts
Benjamin Boatright (1753-1808) of South Carolina Tree
Thomas Brannen (1794-1865) of Florida Tree
Thomas Carroll (1745-1802) of South Carolina Tree
Daniel Caulk (1784-1844) of South Carolina Tree
Joseph S. Donaldson (1820-1891) of Alabama Tree
Hugh Hadden (1818-1886) of Florida Tree
Allen Hardie (1747- ) of North Carolina Tree
Daniel C. Kelly (1755-1838) of Georgia Tree
John H. Parker (1808-1866) of Florida Tree
Henry Sapp (1775-1853) of Florida Tree
Taylor R. Scott (1808-1877) of Georgia Tree
William Sullivan (1755-1840) of Georgia Tree
John Tompkins (1700-1751) of North Carolina Tree
Benedictus Townsend (1710-1769) of South Carolina Tree
William Wiley (1734-1783) of Virginia Tree
     Jo Anne was born on 27 July 1937 at Lafayette, Florida, United States. She was the daughter of John Paul Tompkins and Lela Mae Hadden. She married Everett Clark Schanck, son of Everett Clark Schanck and Margaret Elain Brock, on 7 October 1977 at Casper, Natrona, Wyoming, United States.1 Jo Anne Tompkins died on 17 October 2016 at Casper, Natrona, Wyoming, United States, at age 79; Obituary of Jo Anne Tompkins Schanck

Jo Anne Tompkins Schanck walked into God’s loving arms on October 17, 2016. Services will be officiated at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church on Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.

Jo Anne was born in Luraville, Florida on July 22, 1937. She was one of 9 children of John Paul and Leila Tompkins.
Jo Anne married Everett C. (Butch) Schanck, Jr. on October 7, 1977 and enjoyed 33 wonderful years of marriage prior to Butch’s death.

Jo Anne’s interests were varied. As a youth, she enjoyed a variety of sports and continued to enjoy sports as an adult. She was a skier and a bowler, and enjoyed teaching children the art of bowling. In her professional life, she was an executive and legal secretary. Jo Anne’s personal life was a dedication to her family, her pets and her friends. With the advent of the internet, she found friends worldwide. She was active in her church and enjoyed quilting. Her step daughters lovingly referred to her as a QVC Queen.

She is survived by her son, Zane Gray, step daughters Shealyn Counts and Lisadiana Bates (Matt), her father-in-law Everett C. Schanck, Sr., her 5 grand children, together with numerous nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her sisters Olive Clarice (Jo) Burval, Joyce (Steve) Deardon, and Jeanette (Randall) Trowell, her brothers John (Helen) Tompkins, Paul (Kim) Tompkins, her sister-in-law Karen Harden, and her brother-in-law Norman Schanck.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Everett C. (Butch) Schanck, Jr., her parents John Paul and Leila Tompkins, her brothers Charles Stewart, Benjamin Tompkins, and Thomas Tompkins.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to your local Humane Society.
Casper Star Triburne - 21 Oct 2016.)
     Jo Anne's occupation most of her life was as a Legal Secretary.

Citations

  1. [S710] Personal communication from Jo Anne TOMPKINS Schanck, 5 Jul 1988.

James Irby Tompkins1

M, b. circa 1942, d. circa 1942
Relationships
5th great-grandson of Benjamin Boatright
3rd great-grandson of Thomas Brannen
5th great-grandson of Thomas Carroll
3rd great-grandson of Daniel Caulk
3rd great-grandson of Joseph S. Donaldson
2nd great-grandson of Hugh Hadden
4th great-grandson of Allen Hardie
5th great-grandson of Daniel C. Kelly
3rd great-grandson of John H. Parker
3rd great-grandson of Henry Sapp
3rd great-grandson of Taylor R. Scott
8th great-grandson of Hugh Smithwick
4th great-grandson of William Sullivan
6th great-grandson of John Tompkins
6th great-grandson of Benedictus Townsend
6th great-grandson of William Wiley
Member of:
Boatright Family of Florida
Brannen Family of Florida
Carroll Family of South Carolina, Florida and Texas
Caulk Family of South Carolina and Florida
Donaldson Family of Alabama
Hadden Family of Florida
Hardie Family of North Carolina and Georgia
Kelly Family of Georgia, Florida and Alabama
Parker Family of Florida
Sapp Family of Florida
Scott Family of Georgia and Florida
Smithwick Family of North Carolina
Sullivan Family of Georgia and Florida
Tompkins Family of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida
Townsend Family of South Carolina, Florida and Kentucky
Wiley Family of Virginia and Geogia
Charts
Benjamin Boatright (1753-1808) of South Carolina Tree
Thomas Brannen (1794-1865) of Florida Tree
Thomas Carroll (1745-1802) of South Carolina Tree
Daniel Caulk (1784-1844) of South Carolina Tree
Joseph S. Donaldson (1820-1891) of Alabama Tree
Hugh Hadden (1818-1886) of Florida Tree
Allen Hardie (1747- ) of North Carolina Tree
Daniel C. Kelly (1755-1838) of Georgia Tree
John H. Parker (1808-1866) of Florida Tree
Henry Sapp (1775-1853) of Florida Tree
Taylor R. Scott (1808-1877) of Georgia Tree
William Sullivan (1755-1840) of Georgia Tree
John Tompkins (1700-1751) of North Carolina Tree
Benedictus Townsend (1710-1769) of South Carolina Tree
William Wiley (1734-1783) of Virginia Tree
     James was born circa 1942 at Suwannee, Florida, United States. He was the son of John Paul Tompkins and Lela Mae Hadden. James died circa 1942 at Suwannee, Florida, United States. His body was buried circa 1942 at Rocky Sinks Cemetery., Suwannee, Florida, United States.2

Citations

  1. [S710] Died as infant.
  2. [S710] Funeral attended by writer.

Thomas Randolph "Randy" Tompkins

M, b. 13 August 1943, d. 20 January 2011
Relationships
5th great-grandson of Benjamin Boatright
3rd great-grandson of Thomas Brannen
5th great-grandson of Thomas Carroll
3rd great-grandson of Daniel Caulk
3rd great-grandson of Joseph S. Donaldson
2nd great-grandson of Hugh Hadden
4th great-grandson of Allen Hardie
5th great-grandson of Daniel C. Kelly
3rd great-grandson of John H. Parker
3rd great-grandson of Henry Sapp
3rd great-grandson of Taylor R. Scott
8th great-grandson of Hugh Smithwick
4th great-grandson of William Sullivan
6th great-grandson of John Tompkins
6th great-grandson of Benedictus Townsend
6th great-grandson of William Wiley
Member of:
Boatright Family of Florida
Brannen Family of Florida
Carroll Family of South Carolina, Florida and Texas
Caulk Family of South Carolina and Florida
Donaldson Family of Alabama
Hadden Family of Florida
Hardie Family of North Carolina and Georgia
Kelly Family of Georgia, Florida and Alabama
Parker Family of Florida
Sapp Family of Florida
Scott Family of Georgia and Florida
Smithwick Family of North Carolina
Sullivan Family of Georgia and Florida
Tompkins Family of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida
Townsend Family of South Carolina, Florida and Kentucky
Wiley Family of Virginia and Geogia
Charts
Benjamin Boatright (1753-1808) of South Carolina Tree
Thomas Brannen (1794-1865) of Florida Tree
Thomas Carroll (1745-1802) of South Carolina Tree
Daniel Caulk (1784-1844) of South Carolina Tree
Joseph S. Donaldson (1820-1891) of Alabama Tree
Hugh Hadden (1818-1886) of Florida Tree
Allen Hardie (1747- ) of North Carolina Tree
Daniel C. Kelly (1755-1838) of Georgia Tree
John H. Parker (1808-1866) of Florida Tree
Henry Sapp (1775-1853) of Florida Tree
Taylor R. Scott (1808-1877) of Georgia Tree
William Sullivan (1755-1840) of Georgia Tree
John Tompkins (1700-1751) of North Carolina Tree
Benedictus Townsend (1710-1769) of South Carolina Tree
William Wiley (1734-1783) of Virginia Tree
     Thomas was born on 13 August 1943 at Suwannee, Florida, United States.1 He was the son of John Paul Tompkins and Lela Mae Hadden. Thomas Randolph "Randy" Tompkins died on 20 January 2011 at Rock Springs, Sweetwater, Wyoming, United States, at age 67; Thomas Randolph "Randy" TompkinsAugust 13, 1948 - January 20, 2011 ROCK SPRINGS - Former Aramcon Thomas Randolph "Randy" Tompkins, 67, of Rock Springs, Wyoming died Thursday, January 20, 2011, at the Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County. A long-time resident of Rock Springs, Mr. Tompkins died following a sudden illness. He was born on August 13, 1943, in Live Oak, Florida, the son of John and Vera Bell Tompkins. He attended schools in Florida. He married the former Nancy Holzknecht in West Palm Beach, Florida in 1970. Mr. Tompkins was a self-employed welder. He was a member of Holy Spirit Catholic Community, the Shriners and the Masonic Lodge. His interests included boating, fishing and hunting. Survivors include his wife, Nancy Tompkins of Rock Springs; nephew and niece, Russell Stewart and wife Traci of Rock Springs and their children, great-nephew, R.J. Stewart, and great-niece, Ashley Stewart; and several extended family members. He was preceded in death by his parents. Cremation has taken place and memorial services will take place at a later date. Originally published in Rock Springs Wyoming Daily Rocket-Miner. . He was cremated in January 2011 at Sweetwater, Wyoming, United States.
     Thomas's occupation: Welder.

Citations

  1. [S710] Personal knowledge of author.

Vera Elizabeth Bell

F, b. 26 April 1924, d. 13 March 1992
Vera Bell
     Vera was born on 26 April 1924 at Mayo, Lafayette, Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Alexander E. Bell and Clifford Pearl Williams. She married Homer Skaggs, circa 1943. She married John Paul Tompkins, son of William Benjamin "Will" Tompkins and Olive Civility Parker, on 18 August 1946 at Statesville, Echo, Georgia, United States.2 Vera died on 13 March 1992 at Lakeland, Polk, Florida, United States, at age 67. Her body was buried on 17 March 1992 at Watson Cemetery, Ft. Meade, Polk, Florida, United States.3

Citations

  1. [S710] Personal communication from Vera BELL Tompkins, 27 Sep 1980.
  2. [S710] Personal communication from John P. Tompkins, 27 Sep 1980.
  3. [S710] Funeral attended by writer.

Homer Skaggs

M
     He married Vera Elizabeth Bell, daughter of Alexander E. Bell and Clifford Pearl Williams, circa 1943.