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flag   John Alton  WILLIS

  (b. 30 September 1848 Tennessee, USA   d. 1 September 1918 Cherokee, Texas, USA )  
Summary: John Alton WILLIS was born 30 September 1848 in Tennessee, USA. John Alton WILLIS was the child of George W WILLIS and Rebecca Melissa PARKS and the grandchild of: (paternal)  John T WILLIS and Elizabeth "Betsey" WARD

He married  Catherine BOOTH .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Catherine BOOTH  was born 2 February 1847 in Tennessee, USA.  She died 18 February 1924 in Cherokee, Texas, USA.  She was the daughter of George Winston BOOTH and Martha Caroline GASTON.

John Alton WILLIS died 1 September 1918 in Cherokee, Texas, USA.
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John Alton WILLIS married flag  Catherine BOOTH-- Place: 
Catherine BOOTH was the daughter of George Winston BOOTH and Martha Caroline GASTON




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flag  Otho Gridley WILLIS (b.23 July 1880, , Arkansas, USA  d. 27 April 1925, Carlsbad, Eddy, New Mexico, USA)
m. Murtie Martelia MCCLURE 29 May 1904


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John Alton WILLIS
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Birth
30 September 1848
, Tennessee, USA

1880 Birth of Child
Otho Gridley WILLIS was born 23 July 1880, , Arkansas, USA
Death
1 September 1918
Cherokee, Texas, USA


John is buried at: Mount Zion Cemetery Alto Cherokee County Texas, USA

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