The Linda Marion Hazelwood Family

Contributed and compiled by Claudia Kraemer-2007

Photos and graphics under construction—-coming soon

 

It states in the “History of Frisco 1902-1976” page 119 that “Linda Walton Hazelwood was the daughter of Joe Marion and Mollie McNally who lived east of Knoxville, Tennessee. Linda was born in the family home September 26, 1889.”

 

Knoxville of Knox County is located in East Tennessee, one of the state’s three” Grand Divisions”.  It was created 1792 from Greene and Hawkins counties.    

 

In viewing the census records for Hawkins County, Tennessee in 1900, there is a Joseph Marian, born about 1864. He is a farmer listed and married to a Mollie born about 1863, both are born in Tennessee.

 

1900 United States Federal Census-Tennessee-Hawkins County  

Joseph Marian

Abt 1864

Head

Tennessee

Mollie Marian

Abt 1863

Wife

Tennessee

Linda W. Marian

Abt 1890

daughter

Tennessee

Winnie D. Marian

Abt 1894

daughter

Tennessee

Howard R. Marian

Abt 1896

son

Tennessee

Carrie E. Marian

Abt 1897

daughter

Tennessee

Guy R. Marian

Abt  1899

son

Tennessee

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Civil District 12, Hawkins, Tennessee; Roll: T623 1577; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 88.

 In 1880 it shows a Joseph Marion, age 16, born about 1864.  from Tennessee

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: District 12, Hawkins, Tennessee; Roll: T9_1261; Family History Film: 1255261; Page: 352.2000; Enumeration District: 86; 

 Of note: In the 1900 census for several of the listing nearby there were names listed as McAnally

 Speculation:   In 1870 there is a Sarah McAnally with a daughter Mary born in 1862, in Hawkins County, Tennessee.

 127     MCANALLY,SARAH  38      F       W       TN
        ELIZABETH       11      F       W       TN
        FANNY D.        9       F       W       TN
     *   MARY J.         7       F       W       TN
        JOHNSON, ISAAC  76      M       W       NC

 

Hamblen County was formed in 1870 from parts of Jefferson, Grainger and Hawkins Counties.

Hamblen County Courthouse, erected 1874.

 

1910 United States Federal Census-Tennessee-Mooresburg-Hamblen County  

Joe Marion

Abt 1863

Head/widow

Tennessee

Linda Marion

Abt 1890

daughter

Tennessee

Winnie. Marion

Abt 1894

daughter

Tennessee

Howard. Marion

Abt 1896

son

Tennessee

Carrie Marion

Abt 1897

daughter

Tennessee

Guy Marion

Abt 1899

son

Tennessee

Frank Marion

Abt  1904

son

Tennessee

Lena Marion

Abt 1906

daughter

Tennessee

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Civil District 1, Hamblen, Tennessee; Roll: T624_1501; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 52; Image: 978.

 

 

Of note: In 1910 a P. Hazlewood age 21 lived with his cousin, Catherine Spoon 49-49  age 60 a widow and her 3 children—-6 listings from the Joe Marion 55-55

 

 

It states in the “History of Frisco 1902-1976” page 119 that “Here she (Linda Marion) lived until her mother died when Linda was about 19 years of age.”

 

 

It states in the “History of Frisco 1902-1976” page 119-120 that “Linda Walton Hazelwood married J. P. Hazelwood, June 10, 1909 and they came to Texas in that same year.

 

 

James Peter Hazelwood was of medium height, blue eyes and brown hair and medium build as of June 5, 1917 and he was farming in Boyce, Ellis County, Texas with his wife and three children. J. P was born March 22, 1887, in Rutledge, Grainger County, Tennessee.

 

Source Citation: Registration Location: Ellis County, Texas; Roll: 1953277; Draft Board: 2.

 

 

 

BOYCE, TEXAS .is located, on Farm Road 879 four miles east of Waxahachie in central Ellis County,

 

 

 

 

 

1920 United States Federal Census-Texas-Waxahachie-Ellis County  

James P. Hazelwood

Abt 1887

Head

Tennessee

Linda Hazelwood

Abt 1897

wife

Tennessee

Mary S Hazelwood

Abt 1913

daughter

Texas

Gladie Hazelwood

Abt 1915

daughter

Texas

Jack Hazelwood

Abt 1918

son

Texas

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Waxahachie, Ellis, Texas; Roll: T625_1800; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 112; Image: 3.

 

 

Linda Marion Hazelwood and her four children came to stay in Little Elm, Denton County Texas sometime between 1921 ad 1930 and stayed with Linda’s father and her brother, Guy, and sister, Lena.  Guy was farming with his Dad at about that time.

 

 

 

1930 United States Federal Census-Texas-Little Elm-Denton County  

Joseph Marion

Abt 1863

Head

Virginia

Linda  Marion

Abt 1890

daughter

Virginia

Guy Marion

Abt 1901

son

Virginia

Lena Marion

Abt 1907

daughter

Virginia

Gladys Hazelwood

Abt 1915

granddaughter

Texas

Jack Hazelwood

Abt 1918

grandson

Texas

Ruth Hazelwood

Abt  1920

granddaughter

Texas

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Precinct 6, Denton, Texas; Roll: 2323; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 22; Image: 1128.0.

 

Of note: In 1930 it states Virginia as birthplace for Joe Marion, however, it states ‘Tennessee’ in all decades previous.

 

 Of note:  About 3 listings down from Joe Marion on  this 1930 census listing  is, Eugene Smith, the brother of Dora Smith and Dora Smith is the wife of E. C. Chappell …E.C. Chappell’s home in 1930 was two houses from the home that the Hazelwood family would live in on Oak Street in Frisco.

 

 

It states in the “History of Frisco 1902-1976” page 119-120 that “After Mr. Marion’s death Mrs. Linda Hazelwood bought a home on East Oak Street from the late Arthur Brewer.  This was in 1942.”

 

 

There were four Hazelwood children: (Source: History of Frisco 1902-1976 pages 119-120)

Note: Three of the 5 cemetery inscriptions spell Hazelwood as Hazlewood.

 

 

 

  Mary Sue Hazelwood, born May 6, 1912 married John C. (J.C. ) Grant who was born May 18, 1909. They were married August 18, 1928.
John C. Grant (aka J C Grant) born May 18, 1909 in Little Elm, Denton County, Texas.  (Son of Luther and Myrtle Frances Gibson D. Grant)Died September 17, 1987 in Frisco, Collin County, Texas and was buried September 20, 1987 in Little Elm Cemetery, Little Elm, Denton County, Texas.

 

Mary Sue Hazelwood Grant died September 17, 1987. She is buried at Little Elm Cemetery, Denton County, Texas.

 

 Gladys Juanita Hazelwood, born April 26, 1914. She married Cecil Clifton Stark born May 25, 1913 (son of Robert and Sallie Stark) and died March 3, 1995.. Buried at Little Elm Cemetery, Denton County, Texas. They had five children. (Spelled as Hazlewood on gravestone)

 

 

 James Hubert/Jack Hazelwood, was born May 21, 1917 and married Joyce Inez Stine (Daughter of Maime Standerfer and Frank Stine). The Texas State Death Index states that James Hazelwood died July 21, 1981 in Collin County, Texas. Buried at Little Elm Cemetery, Denton County, Texas.

 

 

 Ruth Hazelwood born April 5, 1920 and died July 4, 1990 and married Travis Phillips (Son of Thomas and Effie Phillips) on January 25, 1936. Buried at Little Elm Cemetery, Denton County, Texas.  (Spelled Hazlewood on gravestone)

 

 

 

 Their mother, Linda W. Marion Hazelwood born  September 26, 1889 in Tennessee and died August 5, 1978 and is buried at Little Elm Cemetery, Denton County, Texas. (Spelled Hazlewood on gravestone)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Study of the Joe Marion and Mollie Marion family (parents of Linda Marion Hazelwood)

 

 

Joseph “Joe” Marion was born in Tennessee and spent most of his life farming. Joseph married Mollie (McNally/McAnally) and they had their first child in 1899 in Tennessee. Their first daughter was Linda Marion. Mollie and Joseph continued to live in Tennessee and they had 6 more children. Sadly, Mollie died about 1909 when Linda was but 19 years of age. Not long after that, Linda married James Peter Hazelwood and they began their trek to Texas.  J. P. had decided to farm in an area know as Boyce, near Waxahachie in Ellis County, Texas.  The Hazelwood family was blessed with their first daughter, Mary Sue in 1914.

 

 The MARION family continued to live in the Little Elm area of Denton County in the 1920’s and 1930’s.  On March 14, 1938, Joe Marion died in Denton County, Texas.

 

Source Citation: Texas Death Index: Collin County, Texas. Certificate # 12336

 

 

 Guy Ray Marion was born in Tennessee on March 9, 1899 and on September 12,1918 he lived farming in Little Elm, Denton County, Texas.  Guy Ray Marion was medium height and slender build with brown eyes and possibly light brown hair. Guy continued to live at home in 1930. Guy Marion died June 11, 1969 in Collin County, Texas

Source Citation: WWI Draft Card Registration: Location: Denton County, Texas; Roll: 1953187; Draft Board: 0.

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Precinct 6, Denton, Texas; Roll: 2323; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 22; Image: 1128.0.

Source Citation: Texas Death Index: Collin County, Texas.

 

 

 

 Howard Wright Marion was born in Mooresburg, Tennessee on September 13, 1896. And at the time of his World War I Draft Card Registration he was 21 and farming for his father Joe Marion in Little Elm, Denton County, Texas. Howard Wright Marion died October 15, 1954 and is buried at Little Elm Cemetery, Denton County, Texas.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Source Citation: WWI Draft Card Registration: Location: Denton County, Texas; Roll: 1953187; Draft Board: 0.

 

 

 

 

GRANT Family information

(Source: History of Frisco 1902-1976 page 112)

Luther Grant was from Caledonia (Monroe County) Mississippi and was married to Myrtle Gibson Derryberry a widow with two small sons Hetzel and Leroy. To this union was born J C Grant. (Married July 4, 1908, Denton County, Texas)

 

They lived 5 miles west of Frisco then Myrtle moved to Frisco when Luther died in 1945.  Hetzel Derryberry married Iva Mae Banks and Leroy Derryberry was married to Gladys Mullins. Leroy died in 1924 in an automobile accident at the age of 20.

 

JC went to school in Robertson, Little Elm, and Frisco schools. He married Mary Sue Hazelwood in 1928 and they moved to Frisco in 1935 where he had a garage and service station.

   Hetzel went into business with JC in 1936.  In 1937, JC bought out his brother’s interest and the store was known as the JC Grant Grocery and Market. In 1950, JC bought the John C. Carter Grocery known as Cashway food.  In 1954, he sold the JC Grant Grocery and Market to Charlie Cobb and in 1957 he sold the Cashway store to Price Stark.

   JC Grant was in the Volunteer Fire Dept when the first ‘pumper’ truck was purchased in 1940. He served on the school board in 1941 and 1942. He was elected City mayor in 1960 and served three terms to 1966.

 

1910 Texas – U S Federal Census

Denton County

Luther Grant 39

Myrtle Grant 35

John C Grant 10/12

Hetzel Derryberry 7

Leroy Derryberry 5

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Justice Precinct 6, Denton, Texas; Roll: T624_1546; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 93; Image: 691

 

L. L. Grant and Myrtle lived with JC Grant, Hetzel and Leroy Derryberry, Denton County in 1920

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Justice Precinct 6, Denton, Texas; Roll: T625_1795; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 65; Image: 1139.

 

Luther and Myrtle lived in Denton County in 1930.

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Precinct 6, Denton, Texas; Roll: 2323; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 22; Image: 1137.0.

  • Myrtle Frances Gibson was born October 13, 1884 and died Myrtle Frances Gibson Derryberry Grant on November 22, 1962.
  • Luther Lafayette Grant was born 1875 and died June 24, 1945 in Denton County, Texas. (cert# 75013)

Derryberry Family Information

Thomas Jefferson Derryberry was born February 17, 1850 and he died December 7, 1914. He married Josephine Salmon. Josephine Salmon (Derryberry) was born May 23, 1856.

Henry Walter Derryberry was born October 9, 1880 in Little Elm, Denton County, Texas to Thomas Jefferson and Josephine Salmon Derryberry. Henry died August 8, 1905 and was buried  August 10, 1905 at Little Elm Cemetery, Denton County, Texas. He married Myrtle Frances Gibson and they had two children.

  • Morgan Hetzel Derryberry was born September 24, 1902 and died October 11, 1971 and is buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, in Forth Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. His parents were Henry Walter and Myrtle Frances Gibson Derryberry. Hetzel Derryberry married Iva Mae Banks, November 28, 1924.
  • Leroy Thomas Derryberry was born May 4, 1904 in Little Elm, Denton County, Texas. He married Gladys Mullins. He died June 10, 1924 in Dallas,Texas in a trucking accident. He is buried in Little Elm Cemetery, Denton County, Texas. 

The Cecil Clifton Stark Family Information

Cecil Clifton Stark was the son of Robert and Sallie Stark. Social Security Death Index states Cecil C. Stark born May 25, 1913 and died Mar 2, 1995

1930 United States Federal Census-Texas-Denton County-Precinct #6  

Robert Stark

Abt 1884

Head

Texas

Sallie Stark

Abt 1891

wife

Texas

Raymond Stark

Abt 1911

son

Texas

Cecil Stark

Abt 1914

son

Texas

Garland Stark

Abt 1915

son

Texas

Robert Stark

Abt 1917

son

Texas

Ermine Stark

Abt  1904

daughter

Texas

Grace Stark

Abt 1919

daughter

Texas

Evelyn Stark

Abt 1921

daughter

Texas

Price Stark

Abt 1924

son

Texas

Estelle Stark

Abt 1925

daughter

Texas

Doris G. Stark

Abt 1927

daughter

Texas

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Precinct 6, Denton, Texas; Roll: 2323; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 22; Image: 1135.0.

 

Further family information is recorded in detail in the History of Frisco 1902-1976  pages 187,188,189, and 190. Frisco the First 100 years, pages 388,389, and 390.

The Travis Phillips Family Information

Thomas and Effie Phillips married and had their first child about 1894.

1910 United States Federal Census-Texas-Precinct #6-Denton County  

Tohmes/Thomas Phillips

Abt 1870

Head

Texas

Effie Phillips

Abt 1877

wife

Missouri

Evertt Phillips

Abt 1894

son

Texas

Pearl Phillips

Abt 1898

daughter

Texas

Stella Phillips

Abt 1901

daughter

Texas

Estelle Phillips

Abt 1907

daughter

Texas

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Justice Precinct 6, Denton, Texas; Roll: T624_1546; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 93; Image: 696.

 

In 1920, Travis is about 3 years old and is living on the farm with his two sisters, Stella, 18, and Estella 13 and his parents. His father owned his land at that time at that time and they lived in Precinct 6 of Denton County, Texas.

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Justice Precinct 6, Denton, Texas; Roll: T625_1795; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 65; Image: 1126.

 

 

In 1930 Travis Phillips lived at home in Frisco at the age of 13 with his father, Travis N. Phillips aged 60 and Mother, Effie J. Phillips age 52. They owned their home and lived in what was then called the Howard Addition. By 1930, Evertt Phillips their eldest son was married and living in Hale County, Texas. Evertt was born October 2, 1893 according to his WWI draft card registration.

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Frisco, Collin, Texas; Roll: 2310; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 30; Image: 612.0.

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Precinct 3, Hale, Texas; Roll: 2339; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 11; Image: 959.0.

 

 

Social Security Death Index and the Texas death index
Travis Phillips born 7 January 1917 and died in Collin County, Texas on October 29, 1986.

 

 

Research and compilation of information by Claudia Fields Kraemer (2006)

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