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251 North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 Bride: Frances Brody Brasfield Groom: Jesse B Goodin Bond Date: 09 Oct 1839 County: Wake Record #: 01 170 Bondsman: James H Pope Witness: H B Hayes Bond #: 000153388 BRASFIELD Frances Brody
 
252 11 Nathaniel "Ed" Edward Estes 1864 - 1946 +Frances "Fannie" Brasfield http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:users.ap.net/~chenae/parham3.html+jaspe BRASFIELD Frances C
 
253 Name of Deceased: Frances EDNA HUDGENS Hudgens
Death Date: Jan/8/2005
Newspaper Title: San Bernardino County Sun
Newspaper Location: San Bernardino, CA, US
Obituary Publication Date: Jan/23/2005
Locations Mentioned in Obituary: Hurst, TX; Sterling Heights, MI; North Richland Hills, TX; Fort Worth, TX; San Fernando, CA
Other Persons Mentioned in Obituary: Tiffany Kelley; Kimberley Otwell; Anita Weldy; Ryan; Scott Weldy; Carol Weldy; Jason; Richard Kelley; Robert; Colonel Don Hudgens; Sandra

FRANCES EDNA HUDGENS Age 81, a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great gr andmother, passed away Saturday, January 8, 2005, in Hurst, Texas. Graveside Service will be held 11:00 a.m., Saturday, January 29, 2005, at Glen Haven Memorial Park in San Fernando, California. Frances was a long-time resident of the San Fernando Valley in California, until a few years ago when she moved to Texas to be with her daughter in North Richland Hills. She was an active member of the Theta Chi Epsilon philanthropic sorority for over 30 years. She was a devoted wife to her husband of 47 years, Colonel Don Hudgens, who preceded her in death in 1988. She will be greatly missed by all those who knew and loved her. Survived by daughter and son-in-law, Sandra and Richard Kelley of North Richland Hills, Texas; her daughter, Carol Weldy of Sterling Heights, Michigan; grandson, Scott Weldy, and grandson and granddaughter-in-law, Jason and Anita Weldy, all of Michigan; step-granddaughter, Kimberley Otwell; step-grandson and daughter-in-law, Ryan and Tiffany Kelley; and step-grandson, Robert K elley, all of Texas; and seven great grandchildren. SHANNON RUFE SNOW FUNERAL CHAPEL 6001 Rufe Snow Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76148 Directors (817) 514-9100
Published in the Los Angeles Daily News on 1/23/2005.
 
BRASFIELD Frances Edna
 
254 My Grandmother was Frances Gage Brasfield, known to my grandfather Ben Dozier simply as Gage. I've been pretty involved with the genealogy for my paternal line (Brockman). I am going to try to reach out to the matrilineal line now and get some of those cousins together on a myfamily.com site. It seems that they are all from Arkansas for quite a few generations, Clarks, Brasfields, Doziers. I remember my grandfather's Arkansas accent. It was Cajun, sometimes he sounded a bit like the cartoon character Yosemite Sam though of course that accent is exaggerated.

Frances's father was Caleb Mcallister Brasfield, his father was George Boswell Brasfield, his father was William Noffleet Brasfield, then it goes Caleb Brasfield, then 4 George Brasfield(s) in a row if the GEDCOM file from my mother is right then a Thomas Brasfield, and I can only imagine that you must know the tree from that point.

The matrilineal line from my mother have several generations with the middle name Gage, often as an LG or Lizzie Gage or Elizabeth Gage. I am wondering why the name Gage was so conserved. There were some notable historical figures named Gage. There is Caroline Gage the abolitionist/feminist and I believe there was a Colonel Gage on the wrong side of the Revolution fighting for the brits. Then there are the Viscount Gages in the UK.

Regards, Adam Brockman, grandson of Frances Gage Dozier nee Brasfield.
Boston, Massachusetts
 
BRASFIELD Frances Gage
 
255 Jerome Cemetery Jerome, Jerome County, Idaho BRASSFIELD, FRANK, b.Abt. 1869, d.1947, Bur. 12-15-1947, Age 78 yr., Grave: 3, No marker found BRASFIELD Frank
 
256 Brasfield Author: Grenda M. Brasfield Date: 25 Feb 2001 7:43 PM GMT Hello, I am or was married to Brasfield of AL. Their was family in Chicago, Il and Ca. The father was Franklin C. Brasfield Sr. had a sister name Sally , another sister lived in ca. We are African American's. We live 30 min outside Wash. D.C., Harrisburg ,Pa., San Fran. CA. and Pittsburgh, Pa. My e-mail address is GGBRAS@aol.com. BRASFIELD Franklin Cleaton, Sr.
 
257 Shown in the same household as Willard N. Brasfied (1959) and Christopher E. Brasfield (1964) in "public record" about 2006.
 
BRASFIELD Freddie M.
 
258 Funeral services for Thelma Brasfield Strange, 92, were held
Sunday, Nov. 4, 2001, at 4 p.m. at the West Jefferson First Baptist
Church with the Rev. Tim Wilson, Dr. Calvin Yates,and the Rev.
Ken Morris officiating. A graveside service was held Tuesday, Nov.
6, at Providence Cemetery. Badger Funeral Home had charge of
the services.
Mrs. Strange, a resident of Jefferson, N.C., formerly of Alamo,
and a retired school teacher (who taught third grade for 23 years),
died Friday, Nov. 2, at Segraves Care Center. She was born on April
7, 1909, in Crockett Mills, Tenn. to Hiram Eugene and Aggie Rice
Brasfield. Her husband, Happle Strange, preceded her in death.
She is survived by a son, Tommy Strange of McClellanville, S. C.,
a daughter, Judy Morris of West Jefferson, N. C., five grandchildren;
and four great-grandchildren.
Condolences may be sent to the family at badger@funeral-plans.com.

(From "The Crockett Times," Alamo, Crockett County, Tennessee, 8 Nov 2001.)
 
BRASFIELD Froken Thelma
 
259 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
260 Brassfield, Futress, 34, W, M, Crockett Co., Crockett Co., 4 Nov 1924, Dysentary (Chronic) BRASFIELD Futress
 
261 (A-4)

1790 NC Granville County, Census

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1790 census North Carolina
Granville County Hillsborough District

1st # free white males 16 year upwards and head of families
2nd # free white males under 16 years
3rd # free white females and head of families
4th # all other free persons
5th # slaves

NAMES TAKEN FROM COUNTY TAX LISTS so everything blank

Dutch District

Brasfield, Caleb
Brasfield, George
Brasfield, Elizabeth

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This census is from Microcopy No. T-498 Roll 2
I
1790 census North Carolina
Wake County Morgan District

1st # free white males 16 year upwards and head of families
2nd # free white males under 16 years
3rd # free white females and head of families
4th # all other free persons
5th # slaves

Brasfield, George..........................2-2-2-1-1
Brasfield, Elijah............................1-0-1-0-0
Brasfield, Elizabeth......................0-0-2-0-0
Brasfield, Joseph..........................1-1-3-1-1
Brasfield, William.........................1-0-2-0-0
Brasfield, David............................2-1-2-0-3

here ends Wake county

Wake County, February Term 1808

The within Deed from Edward Hocut and his wife Ellenor Hocut, to James
Roberts was exhibited in Open Court for probate, and duly proven by the
Oath of Edward Lee, and at the same time the aforesaid Ellenor Hocut, being
in Court, it was ordered that George Brasfield Esq. a Justice of the peace
for aforesaid County be appointed to take the private examination of the
said Ellenor separate and apart from her said Husband touching the
execution of said Deed, who reported that she the aforesaid Ellenor
declared that she executed the same freely and of her own accord without
the coercion of her Husband. Ordered that the same be Registered.

William Bell, Clerk

Registered in the Registers Office of Wake County in Book U and page 334
the 30th day of March AD 1808.

Test. Richard Smith, Reg.

1. Sex Name
M George BRASFIELD (AFN:3KZ3-N4)

Born: 18 May 1765 Place: Of Wake Co., NC
Died: 11 Dec 1822 Place:
Buried: Place: Wake Co., NC

North Carolina
Wake County

Brasfield, George married Major, Betsey on 17 Aug 1781 in Wake County, North Carolina

Name State County Location Page Year Age Sex Age Ranges Census Type
Brasfield, George NC GRANVILLE CO. 526 1800 50001-1112000
Brasfield, George NC WAKE CO. 721 1800 20100-1201015
Brasfield, Jesse NC WAKE CO. 720 1800 00101-0010000
Brasfield, John NC WAKE CO. 718 1800 10020-2002001
Brasfield, Joseph NC WAKE CO. 723 1800 21

Name State County Location Page Year Age Sex Age Ranges Census Type

Brasfield, Albert NC WAKE CO. CRAB TREE DISTRICT 170 1840
Brasfield, John NC WAKE CO. CRAB TREE DISTRICT 172 1840
Brasfield, Willie NC WAKE CO. CRAB TREE DISTRICT 172 1840

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16. George HERNDON was born about 1762. He signed a will on 18 Nov 1820 in Wake County, NC. Will dated November 15, 1820 with codicil November 20, 1824. Proved at the May 1825 term of Wake County Court.
To ( my daughter) Sarah Edwards, wife of Thomas Edwards....$5
To ( my daughter) Nancy Almon, wife of Nathan Almon....$5
To my son, Hosea....$20
To my loving wife, Ailsey, the balance of my estate.
My friend, George Brasfield, as executor with Ailsey executrix,
" For lack of George Brasfield as executor, I do hereby constitue and appoint my worthy friend (my brother) Edmond Herndon".
Note: Hosea Herndon was bondsman for his father's second marriage.
He died before May 1825 in Wake County, NC.

George HERNDON had the following children:

+102 i. Sarah HERNDON.
+103 ii. Nancy HERNDON.
104 iii. Hosea HERNDON died before 4 Aug 1827. Rocheter NY, Rochester observer
Aug. 4, 1827

James, Thorn of Raleigh, NC, a planter of some standing, was committed to jail on Thursday last week, charged with the murder of Hosea HERNDON, ayoung man, who had been occasionally employed by him as a labourer, whom he had shot in a drunken frolic without much, if any, provocation.

He was married to Ailsey GRISSAM on 11 Mar 1815 in Wake County, NC.
 
BRASFIELD George
 
262 Database: Full Context of North Carolina Will Abstracts, 1760-1800 Combined Matches: the North Carolina Wills B. page 124 1790 BRASFIELD, GEORGE, Elizabeth, Caleb, Nancy, George, Willie, Patty. BRASFIELD George
 
263 Database: Full Context of North Carolina Will Abstracts, 1760-1800 Combined Matches: the North Carolina Wills B. page 124 1790 BRASFIELD, GEORGE, Elizabeth, Caleb, Nancy, George, Willie, Patty. George Brasfield, Jr. Will...(ABSTRACTS OF GRANVILLE COUNTY, NC, Book 7, 1808-1816, pages 4 & 5) Will dated 5 Oct 1808, proved February Court 1809. " George Brasfield wills to wife Silvany all estate except that which I shall bequeath herein, during her lifetime or widowhood, my children raised and schooled from profits of estate, 2 Negroes, and if she may and have issue to keep Negroes, but if not to my children; and if she marry, I lend her two other Negroes also, choice of stock during her lifetime, then to return to my children; to daughter Mary Brasfield, a Negro slave, horse, saddle and bridle, featherbed and furniture, sow and pigs, chest and table; to daughter Elizabeth Brasfield, a Negro slave, bed & furniture; to daughter Anna and Nancy Brasfield, a Negro and featherbed and furniture, each; to son Caleb, 636 acres and take possession when 21 years old, not interrupting my wife, his mother, during her lifetime thereon, a Negro slave, featherbed and furniture, a horse, bridle and saddle; to daughter Druciller, a Negro, featherbed and furniture; to wife Silvany, in case she marry, 150 acres during her life, to include the dwelling house and spring but not the orchards; all stock of young Negroes divided to my above mentioned children and each receive their share when 21 years old or married; my wife to have 2 horses if she marry again, also 2 featherbeds and furniture, 2 desks and tables and furniture for life." Exrs: Robert Jeter, John Terrel, Jobe Rogers Witnesses: D. Jones, David Malone, William Clement, Jenny Jones BRASFIELD George
 
264 Died at about 5 years of age.
 
BRASFIELD George
 
265 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
266 Last name in 1930 Census is probably "Brookfield" rather than Brasfield.
 
BRASFIELD George
 
267 Submitter for k7669725: Lineages Inc. ORGANIZATION, P.O. Box 417, Salt Lake City, Utah 84110 USA 801-531-9297, kindred1@inconnect.com !IGI of Cheshire, England, Jan 1988, p. 1623 **************************************************************************** (A-1) Brasfield Soundex = B621 Folklore claims family had an estate known as Parrot's Nest - Norfolk, England - 1477 Richard Brasefield christened a daughter, Joyce on July 21, 1605 and a son, Richard on March 18, 1607 at Downton, Wiltshire, England. Three brothers came to America: George, Joseph, and John in the late 1600's and early 1700's. It is believed that this George had two sons who were the progenitors of the North Carolina-Alabama-Mississippi groups Charles & Susanna Brasfield christened their daughter Anne at Amesbury, Wiltshire, England on October 14, 1736. Susanna Brasfield married Thomas Woodford on July 5, 1758 at Saint Thomas, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. George Brassfield (he had been married previously) married Sara Cope on October 11, 1858 at Hamsey, Sussex, England. Kentucky was part of Virginia prior to statehood - there were a number of Brasfields in Kentucky. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Family Group Record FamilySearch® Ancestral File v4.19 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Husband's Name George BRASFIELD (AFN:3KZ3-SS) Born: CA 1677 Place: Liverpool, , , England Married: Abt 1705 Place: , Essex, VA Father: Mother: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wife's Name Mrs George BRASFIELD (AFN:GNT1-B9) Born: Abt 1675 Place: <, Essex, VA> Married: Abt 1705 Place: , Essex, VA Father: Mother: Children 1. Sex Name M George BRASFIELD (AFN:3KZ3-RM) Born: Abt 1707 Place: Of Caroline Co., VA 2. Sex Name M Michael BRASFIELD (AFN:3KZ4-N8) Born: CA 1709 Place: Of Caroline, VA Died: 1763 Place: BRASFIELD George
 
268 October 28, 1934

The New York Times, which lacked both cartoons and comics, nevertheless found a reason to chuckle over the California race. Upton Sinclair, the Times declared, had accomplished an authentic miracle in transforming Frank Finley Merriam into a New Dealer. "When a standpat Republican politician abandons a lifetime of party regularity at 70 to come out in hearty praise of a Democratic President," the paper noted, "it is time for connoisseurs of the unusual to stand by and take notes." Surely a GOP-White House deal to scuttle Sinclair was in the works.

Another notable aspect of the Merriam campaign, the New York Times observed in a second article, was the effective way it pitted jobholders against the jobless. That's what the paranoid warning about an invasion of indigents -- transmitted via billboard, radio, and movie screen -- was all about. In fact, the entire Merriam message was aimed at "the great white-collar class of the State. It is a unique sort of campaign," the Times commented, "as it probably marks the first attempt at a large scale and effective organization of this class in the history of American politics."

The Times hinted, however, that the election of Sinclair was not out of the question. The EPIC movement remained formidable, and public outrage over the GOP vote-purge drive had aroused "resentment and suspicion." The Times, which trumpeted news of the bums' rush earlier, now labeled as propaganda the GOP's charge that the unemployed were flocking to California.

Among Republicans in California, certainty was giving way to worry, even trepidation. The smear campaign had peaked too early, some feared; intimidation tactics backfired, others believed.

Upton Sinclair remained hopeful of a miracle finish. Returning this week to Southern California, EPIC's hotbed, had lifted his spirits. And every time he thought about quitting, someone came along to put him back on track.

This morning he received a telegram from a man named George Brasfield, who had lost his job Thursday at a biscuit company in San Francisco for objecting to the distribution of "nefarious, intimidating" anti-Sinclair literature at his office. But Brasfield seemed more concerned about Sinclair than himself. "Stay in and fight," he wired the candidate. "You are the next governor of California... "
 
BRASFIELD George Albright
 
269 .
 
BRASFIELD George Ellis
 
270
 
BRASFIELD George Franklin
 
271 Lake Chesdin is a 3060 acre reservoir that was formed in 1968 when the George F. Brasfield Dam was completed on the Appomattox River, 10 miles west of Petersburg, Va. The Dam was built by the Appomattox River Water Authority for water supply purposes for the surrounding areas.
 
BRASFIELD George Frederick
 
272 Owner of race horse "Director" and went West for a while to mine.
 
BRASFIELD George Hamilton
 
273 http://www.rootsweb.com/~mscopiah/Resources/Cemeteries/Cemeteries_P_to_Z/Wesson/wesson.html
Wesson Cemetery - Copiah Co., Ms.

George Brasfield 20 Feb, 1848 /19 Jy, 1900

George Edward s/o GH & Betty Brasfield 8 Nov, 1876 /8 Nov, 1877

Does the following relate to THOMAS ABNER and GEORGE HARRISON BRASFIELD ?
entry copied from Bennett - Hodges Bible
"Emily Catherine Bennett b 16 June 1845 m 20 Feb 1868 Thomas A Baasfield (?) a. Emmit Eugene Brassfield (?) (handwriting not clear as to spelling) b 18 Dec 1868
Ora Elizabeth Green Bennett b 20 Dec 1847; d 24 Sept 1868; married 12 Mar. 1868 George H Brakefield (?)"
 
BRASFIELD George Harrison
 
274 Natchez, Adams County, MS Transcriptions of Original Signed Physicians Certificates and Hospital Record Cards. BRASFIELD GEO. H. MAY 22, 1908 (W) 9 MONTHS, 5 DAYS ENTEROCOLITIS A. J. HALL M.D. ZUR. ADDN., LOT 218 DEATH FRIDAY A.M.; ALLISON H. FOSTER, UNDERTAKER BRASFIELD George Harrison
 
275 George Moore Brasfield (b. 18 Aug 1868, Dresden, TN, d. 11 Sept 1939, Petersburg, VA) m. Vergie Elder on 13 Jan 1892. George established a lumber camp on the Cache River in Arkansas; lived in Memphis, TN (1889); Vice President of Wooldridge Stove Co., Memphis, TN in 1893; became President of Wooldridge Stove in 1894; President of Memphis Stove Co., in 1902; President of Brasfield-Thompson Lumber Co., of Memphis in 1910. Lived in Lynchburg, VA 1918-22. Lived inTrenton, TN in 1932. The Brasfield, Arkansas post office, established in Prairie Co., Ark on 5 Oct 1907 was named for him. They had 1 child - George Frederick Brasfield.
 
BRASFIELD George Moore
 
276 B - Goodspeed
Weakley County, TN
All Rights Reserved c 1996 - 2000 Jane N. Powell
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnobion/weakley/b.htm

George R. Brasfield (deceased), was born in Granville County, N. C., February 19, 1823; son of Caleb and Kate (Jeter) Brasfield. About 1833 Caleb Brasfield came to Weakley County, Tenn., and located in the southern part of the county. He also followed merchandising, in Dresden, a few years. George R. was educated in the common schools of Weakley County, and in October, 1868, married Miss Sallie E. Moore, who was born in Obion County, Tenn., and daughter of James and Jane Moore. Her father died when she vas quite small, and after his death her mother moved to Rutherford County, where she died soon after. To Mr. and Mrs. Brasfield were born four children: George M., Maggie, Jodie and John C. In 1869 Mr. Brasfield bought 217 acres of land near Dresden, and in 1870 erected a fine brick dwelling-house, but was not permitted to enjoy his home long. He died in 1881. He commenced life without fortune or family influence ,but secured and maintained a high social position and a comfortable competency. His whole career has been worthy the admiration of all, and his memory will be held in affectionate remembrance. He was a Mason.

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http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnweakle/abstracts_newspapers.htm
March 11, 1881 DRESDEN DEMOCRAT
ANOTHER LAND MARK GONE
George R. BRASFIELD died at his residence near this place on the morning of the 7th inst. He was born in Granville county, North Carolina, the 19th of February 1823. His father, Caleb BRASFIELD, settled in Weakley County more than fifty years ago, the deceased then being but a child. During the last thirty -five years, Geo. Brasfield has resided in Dresden and vicinity; this immediate neighborhood having been the sole theatre of his useful, active and energetic life, since before he had reached the years of manhood.

The large assembly of friends, aquaintences, and mourning kindred who attended his funeral attested alike, the general high esteem in which he was he, and the wide-spread sympathy felt for his disconsolate family and children; yet, none but those who knew him intimately and well, are familiar with the rare and excellent qualities which gave marked individuality to the man, and assured his extraordinary success during a long and active business career. Commencing life without fortune, family influence, or eduational advantages, he secured and maintained the highest social success in the accumulation of fortune, which is the result only of great energy, patience,sound judgement and honorable conduct. His whole career was an exemplification of the trite maxim that, “whatever is worth doing, is worth doing well”. He believed that every man was created fit for some useful purpose, and that success depended on industry, economy, and will. He was ever among the foremost in whatever required a display of public spirit; he never faltered in faithfulness or constancy to his friends , or withheld from those he loved the slightest gratification which the hand of a husband, a father, or a friend could bestow. Indeed, his social and domestic virtues were marked features of his life, hence until the failure of his health many years ago, he was an unrivaled social and political power. There is not an old Whig in this county, who can ever forget the unselfish energy he loyally displayed in upholding its principles and struggling for its triumphs. His career is a monument of encouragement for all young men of pluck and energy and a standing rebuke to the lazy drones who lament their humble birth and poor opportunities. If Goerge R. Brasfield had done nothing else but to verify the adage, “Where there is a will there is a way” he would deserve to live, as he will live, to the affectionate memory of all his surviving friends

George R Brasfield died at his residence near this place on the morning of the 7th inst. He was born in Granville County, North Carolina, the 19th of February, 1823. His father, Caleb Brasfield, settled in Weakley County more than fifty years ago, the deceased then being but a child. During the last thirty-five years, George Brasfield has resided in Dresden and vicinity; this immediate neighborhood having been the sole theatre of his useful, active and energetic life, since before he had reached the years of manhood.

The large assembly of friends, acquaintances and mourning kindred who attended his funeral alike, the general high esteem in which he was he, and the widespread sympathy felt for his disconsolate family and children; yet, none but those who knew him intimately and well, are familiar with the rare and excellent qualities which gave marked individuality to the man, and assured his extraordinary success during a long and active business career. Commencing life without fortune, family influence, or educational advantage, he secured and maintained the highest social success in the accumulation of fortune, which is the result only of great energy, patience, sound judgment, and honorable conduct. His whole career was an exemplification of the trite maxim that, whatever is worth doing, is worth doing well. He believed that every man was created fit for some useful purpose, and that success depended on industry, economy, and will. He was ever among the foremost in whatever required a display of public spirit; he never faltered in faithfulness or constancy to his friends or withheld from those he loved the slightest gratification which the hand of a husband, a father, or a friend could bestow. Indeed, his social and domestic virtues were marked features of his life; hence until the failure of his health many years ago, he ws an unrivaled social and political power. There is not an old Whig in this county who can ever forget the unselfish energy he loyally displayed in upholding its principles and struggling for its triumphs. His career is a monument of encouragement for all young men of pluck and energy and a standing rebuke to the lazy drones who lament their humble birth and poor oppportunities. If George R Brasfield had done nothing else but to verify the adage, "where there is a will, there is a way," he would deserve to live, as he will live, to the affectionate memory of all his survivivng friends.
 
BRASFIELD George Robert
 
277 Marriage records of Gibson County, Tennessee show George S. Brassfield married Sarah Nunn on 2/12/1846. BRASFIELD George Simpson
 
278 LAUDERDALE COUNTY, TN - VITALS - Deaths, Halls Funeral Home

WILLIAMS, Gertrude wf of Clyde
4 Dec 1885-7 Jan 1957 Floyds
father: J A BRASFIELD mother: Mary Jane JONES
 
BRASFIELD Gertrude
 
279 Brassfield, Gertrude C., b. 10/17/1917, d. 12/27/1987, TEC 4 US ARMY, Plot: F 245, bur. 12/31/1987, * Brassfield, Gertrude C, b. 10/17/1917, d. 12/27/1987, US Army, TEC4, Plot: F 0 245, bur. 12/31/1987 Brassfield, James L, b. 12/14/1917, d. 02/23/1999, US Army, PVT, Res: Decatur, IL, Plot: M 0 590, bur. 02/26/1999 Brassfield, Robert Eugene, b. 06/26/1937, d. 04/10/1966, US Army, PFC, Plot: B 0 439, bur. 04/13/1966 BRASFIELD Gertrude C.
 
280 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
281 Birth: Jan. 21, 1910
Death: Jun. 20, 1972

Name: Gladys Brasfield Billits
Death Date: 20 Jun 1972
Death Place: Birmingham, Jefferson, Al
Gender: Female
Age at Death: 53y
Estimated Birth Date: 1919
Spouse's Name: Albert J. Billits
Father's Name: William Brasfield
Mother's Name: Irene Spradlin
Film Number: 2114477
Reference Number: 17550
Collection: Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974

Family links:
Parents:
William Marvin Brasfield (1890 - 1959)
Julia Irene Spradling Brasfield (1899 - 1979)

Burial:
Midway United Methodist Cemetery
Adamsville
Jefferson County
Alabama, USA

Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

Maintained by: Sue Brasfield Vines
Originally Created by: Judy Husted
Record added: Oct 22, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 60461180
 
BRASFIELD Gladys I
 
282 Birth: Jul. 17, 1940
Death: Mar. 20, 1995

Dale, went home to be with his Heavenly Father, March 20, 1995 at the age of 54. Dale was born in Kiowa, Ok. on July 17, 1940. In 1971, he founded Central Copy Company and was currently active in commercial real estate. Dale was a longtime member of Faith Tabernacle and Lakeside Assembly of God Church. He was preceded in death by his father, J.P. Brasfield of McAlester and survived by his son, Curtis Brasfield and daughter and son-in-law, Dena and Drew Dozier, all of Oklahoma City; mother of his children, Gen Brasfield of Oklahoma City; mother, Etta Mae Brasfield of McAlester, Ok.; brother, Troy Brasfield of Arpelar, Ok.; two sisters, Owida Meek of Odessa, Tx. and Lavon Seymour of Canadian, Ok. Dale was deeply loved by his family and many friends. He will be missed by all of us.
 
BRASFIELD Glen Dale
 
283 BRASFIELD Granville Graden Brasfield, 88, of Jefferson City, passed away Tuesday, November 3, 2009, while visiting in Texas. He was born September 17, 1921, in Armory, Mississippi, a son of William Harrison and Docia Brasfield. He graduated high school and Droan College in West Memphis, Arkansas. On February 5, 1950, Granville was united in marriage to Wanda Maxwell, who preceded him in death on December 19, 2008. Granville worked for Houston Power and Light for 30 years and part-time for Sears for 27 years. He served in the United States Army 9th Armory Division. He was a member of the Cornerstone Baptist Church, and a missionary with Southern Baptist Convention Service Corp. He enjoyed fishing, woodworking, and making bluebird houses. He is survived by one son: Granville Graden Brasfield II and wife Carol Ann of Pasadena, Texas; two daughters: Pamela Sue King and husband Gary of Bridge City, Texas and Cynthia Ann Barfield of Jefferson City; grandson: Jonathan Barfield and wife Sarah of Columbia; one sister: Lavell Howell of Armory, Mississippi; six grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife; one grandson: Mark Anthony Barfield in 1984; two brothers and two sisters. A Memorial Service will be held at 7:00 p.m., Sunday, November 15, 2009, at Cornerstone Baptist Church. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Cornerstone Baptist Church, 4930 Old Lohman Rd., Jefferson City, MO 65109. Those desiring to send condolences or tributes to the family may do so through Houser-Millard Funeral Directors. Arrangements are under the direction of HOUSER-MILLARD Funeral Directors, 2613 West Main, 636-3838. millardfamilychapels.com

Description: (Pasadena Citizen - Nov 4, 2009)
Granville Graden Brasfield, 88, of Jefferson City died on Tuesday, November 3, 2009, in Pasadena, Texas. He was born on September 17, 1921, in Amory, Mississippi to William Harrison and Docia Brasfield. He graduated high school and Droan College in West Memphis, Arkansas. On February 5, 1950, Granville was united in marriage to Wanda Maxwell, who preceded him in death on December 19, 2008. Granville worked for Houston Power and Light for 30 years and part-time for Sears for 27 years. He served in the United States Army - 9th Armory Division. He was a member of the Cornerstone Baptist Church, and a missionary with Southern Baptist Convention Service Corp. He enjoyed fishing, woodworking and making blue bird houses. He is survived by his son, Granville Graden Brasfield, II and wife, Carol Ann of Pasadena, Texas; daughters, Pamela Sue King and husband, Gary of Orange, Texas, Cynthia Ann Barfield of Jefferson City, Missouri; sister, Lavell Howell of Amory, Mississippi; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife; grandson, Mark Anthony Barfield; two brothers and two sisters. The family will receive friends from 2 to 3pm on Saturday, November 7, 2009, at Grand View Funeral Home, 8501 Spencer Highway, Pasadena, Texas 77505. Graveside services will be held at 3pm in the Grand View Memorial Park.

Claude Sturman
sturmanc@bellsouth.net
 
BRASFIELD Granville Graden
 
284 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
285 Linn County Cemetery

Guy Brasfield. 1868. Infant of Jas. S. & L. Brasfield. Smith and Brasfield ran an early story at Harrisburg. Supposedly it was some members of this family.

This cemetery is listed as "Mansfield" on the ODOT survey; as "Eby" and "Muddy Creek - Mansfield - Keen" on the End of Trail survey, and as "Eby" on the WPA survey. For more than 60 years the property has been owned by the Carl Keen family; for that reason it has been referred to as the "Keen" cemetery. There are no "Keen" burials here, however. A cemetery appears in this township/section on the 1930 Metsker atlas. It is located just south of Harris School, on land owned in 1930 by Hattie Froman.
 
BRASFIELD Guy
 
286 Savannah -- Harley L. Brasfield, 101, retired farmer, sawmill worker and former employee of Hardin County Highway Department, died Friday at Hardin Medical Center. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Old Union Church, where he attended, with burial in Old Union Cemetery. Shackelford Funeral Home has charge. Mr. Brasfield, the widower of Ada Elizabeth Greene Brasfield, leaves two sons, Jim L. Brasfield and Robert L. Brasfield, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
 
BRASFIELD Harley Lester
 
287 Culpeper National Cemetery Culpeper, Culpeper County, Virginia Brasfield, Harold, b. 03/07/1911, d. 02/14/1972, PVT 22 TECH SCHOOL SQ LOWRY FLD CO A, Plot: E 6A, bur. 02/17/1972, * Brasfield, Harold, b. 03/07/1911, d. 02/14/1972, US Army, PVT, Res: Greenbelt, MD, Plot: E 0 6A, bur. 02/17/1972 Brasfield, Mary K, b. 02/17/1918, d. 02/08/2000, US Army, CPL, Res: New Port Richey, FL, Plot: E 0 6A, bur. 02/22/2000 BRASFIELD Harold
 
288 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
289 Harold D. BRASFIELD Birth Date: 27 Jan 1927 Death Date: Oct 1973 Social Security Number: 527-26-2889 State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Arizona U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record about Harold D Brasfield Name: Harold D Brasfield Birth Year: 1927 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Arizona State: Arizona County or City: Pima Enlistment Date: 9 Feb 1946 Enlistment State: Arizona Enlistment City: Phoenix Branch: Air Corps Branch Code: Air Corps Grade: Private Grade Code: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for Hawaiian Department Component: Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men) Source: Enlisted Man, Regular Army, after 3 months of Discharge Education: 4 years of high school Civil Occupation: Student, High School, Academic or Copper Or Tinsmith* (Coppersmith. ) or Sheet Metal Worker* An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indicates that a trade test for the particular occupation will be found in the United States Employment Service Manual Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 00 Weight: 005 BRASFIELD Harold Dennis, Jr.
 
290 Willcox, Arizona on the Southern Pacific Railroad

1¾16 Miles southwest of Willcox, Arizona on the Southern Pacific Railroad
Original Survey, June 1968

Also buried there:

Brasfield, Bertie Allen; born 8 Feb 1926 - died 30 Nov 1926

http://www.rootsweb.com/~azcochis/willcoxs.htm
 
BRASFIELD Harold Dennis
 
291 Sir, Harold Brasfield that you have listed as born on 2 Sep, 1925 and died on 20 Aug, 1999 was my uncle. His full name was Harold Norman Brasfield. He was a decorated WW II veteran who fought in the Pacific. He was a Seebee. I don't know if you can use this info or not. I am the grand daughter of William Norman Brasfield who died in 1962 in Ensley, Alabama. I understand that his father, James Augustus Brasfield fought in the Civil War in Corinth, MS. If you have any information on this, I would appreciate it. Currently, I am working with my cousin, George Wright to prove lineage for the Daughters of the Confederacy. Thank you for your site. Katherine Atkinson BRASFIELD Harold Norman
 
292 Unclaimed property - state of Mississippi http://www.treasury.state.ms.us/11_16.htm BRASFIELD, HARVEY O LOUISVILLE, MS 39339 HOLDING NAME: LAMAR LIFE INS CO PROPERTY ID: 1074548 $112.00 BRASFIELD Harvey Olin
 
293 Hattie's brother (Ranson Brasfield) and her husband (Martin Black) were killed on the same day in a mine explosion.
 
BRASFIELD Hattie L
 
294 Lois Brasfield last knew (7/2000) of her living at:

2030 Pajaro Lane #1303
Freedom, CA 95019
(831) 722-0686 - disconnected

Information entered by Billie Jean Davis shows date of marriage as 2/22/1953.
Lois Brasfield showed place of birth as Green Forest.
 
BRASFIELD Helen Marie
 
295 Burial: Oak Grove Church of Christ Cem, Pumpkin Center, Walker Cty, Al

Postmaster of the Clough Post Office in Quinton, Alabama from 1898 to 1912. His brother, William Leonard Brasfield, was listed as the postmaster of the Flat Creek Post Office
 
BRASFIELD Henry Wadsworth
 
296 Updated September 5, 2000

Betty Ann Brasfield
9890 Santos Drive
Miami, Florida 33189
United States
Mimi352631@aol.com

I am trying to do a Family Tree on my Husband's Family--THE BRASFIELDS. I have very little information to go on. My Father in Law's name was Herbert G. Brasfield believed to be born in Kentucky. There may be family in Tennessee. He moved to Clearwater, Florida. Went to Clearwater High School. His parents owned a motel in Clearwater called The Regal. Had a brother named James. His mother's name was Helen. He moved to Miami, Florida and was a musician on Miami Beach.He was married once and had three kids. Second time--5 kids. My husband is the oldest of the five kids--11/25/45. My father in law passed away in 1972 due to prostrate cancer.If you know anything about the name BRASFIELD please let me know.Thank you Betty
 
BRASFIELD Herbert Clement
 
297 Updated September 5, 2000

Betty Ann Brasfield
9890 Santos Drive
Miami, Florida 33189
United States
Mimi352631@aol.com

I am trying to do a Family Tree on my Husband's Family--THE BRASFIELDS. I have very little information to go on. My Father in Law's name was Herbert G. Brasfield believed to be born in Kentucky. There may be family in Tennessee. He moved to Clearwater, Florida. Went to Clearwater High School. His parents owned a motel in Clearwater called The Regal. Had a brother named James. His mother's name was Helen. He moved to Miami, Florida and was a musician on Miami Beach.He was married once and had three kids. Second time--5 kids. My husband is the oldest of the five kids--11/25/45. My father in law passed away in 1972 due to prostrate cancer.If you know anything about the name BRASFIELD please let me know.Thank you Betty
 
BRASFIELD Herbert Gilbert
 
298 Herman hitchhiked and rode rails to California at age 19, then returned and in 1938 Jasper (59), Laura (56) and 3 children - Herman (21) , Sibyl (19), and Helen (20) made the trip from Arkansas to California (according to Sibyl Brasfield 7/2000). Did not mention Dorothy (25) or Fred (13). Fred signed up for the Civilian Convservation Corps (CCC) in 1935.

Herman spent 8 months in Germany 6/1945 - 1/1946, possibly in Kastle, Germany. Later spent brief time in Japan after WWII.

893rd Air Engineer Squadron
475th Air Services Group
8th Army Air Force
Burtonwood, Warrington, WA5, UK
Between Liverpool and Manchester
 
BRASFIELD Herman Leo
 
299 Homer Brassfield Ohio Deaths, 1958-1969 Certificate number 59516 Volume number 16248 Male non-white widowed 1910 Ohio Census age 28 color Black enumeration district 0101 visit 0219 birthplace Ohio County - Lawrence, Ironton City wife Addie W. - 27 Kentucky BRASFIELD Homer
 
300 Tommy Brasfield moved to the Shoals area as a child where he attended school and graduated from Muscle Shoals High School.

By the age of 19, Brasfield was a hit songwriter, having penned the hit "Angel In Your Arms", which the group Hot took to the top of the Pop Charts. Barbara Mandrell recorded the song, taking it to Number 5 in the Country Charts.

At the time of his death in late 1989, Brasfield had written a total of over 20 Top 10 singles and had made the Top 5 in every chart except gospel and jazz.

Brasfield also wrote "There's No Gettin' Over Me" for Ronnie Milsap, which climbed to Number 1 on the Country and Adult Contemporary charts and Number 5 on the Pop Charts. The song was the most performed country song in the world in 1982, according to the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.

His song "Holding Her and Loving You," recorded by Earl Thomas Conley, was a Number 1 Country hit. The song earned "Song of the Year" honors in 1982 from the Nashville Songwriter's Association, International, and was named one of the Top 10 songs of the year by Music City News. Conley later recorded Brasfield's "Once In A Blue Moon", which was also a Number 1 Country hit.

T.G. Sheppard recorded several of Brasfield's songs, including "One Owner Heart," "I'm In Over My Heart," and "Half Past Forever", all Top 5 records. Other Number 1 hits include "Till You're Gone," by Barbara Mandrell, and "She Sure Got Away With My Heart" by John Anderson.

During the mid-80s, Brasfield moved into the field of production, working with country acts such as Canyon for 16th Avenue Records.

Chart Songs as a Songwriter
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Song Title Recording Artist Chart* Year
Holding Her And Loving You Earl Thomas Conley 1 1981
Once In A Blue Moon Earl Thomas Conley 1 1986
There's No Gettin' Over Me Ronnie Milsap 1 1981
Till You're Gone Barbara Mandrell 1 1982
Half Past Forever T.G. Sheppard 2 1987
She Sure Got Away With My Heart John Anderson 3 1984
One Owner Heart T.G. Sheppard 4 1985
Angel In Your Arms Hot 7 1977
Angel In Your Arms Barbara Mandrell 8 1985
In Over My Heart T.G. Sheppard 9 1986
I'm Gonna Hurt Her On The Radio Charlie Pride 13 1988
Be My Baby Jody Miller 15 1972
She's Steppin' Out Con Hunley 17 1981
Hold Me Like You Never Had Me Randy Parton 30 1981
Never Say Never T. Graham Brown 30 1989
High Cost Of Loving Charlie Ross 33 1982
Holding Her & Loving You Clay Walker 68 1998

*Chart position is based on Billboard Magazine Pop, Country, R&B, & A/C Charts. Other music industry charts may have shown higher chart positions.
Name BRASFIELD HOWARD T JR
Title Obituary
Section/pg B/010

Date 17 Dec 1989
Newspaper Tennesean
 
BRASFIELD Howard Thomas, Jr.
 

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