Mississippi Family Group Sheet for the Ernest Earl EMMONS Family


Husband: Ernest Earl EMMONS
Birthdate: Nov. 4, 1885
Birthplace: Alcorn Co., MS
Death date: Feb. 6, 1945
Place of death: Corinth Hospital, Corinth, Alcorn Co., MS
Burial: Farmington Cem., Alcorn Co., MS
Father: William E. EMMONS
Mother: Ida Mae MARTIN

Marriage date: Sept. 1906
Marriage place:

Wife: Ethel VOYLES
Birthdate: Jan. 17, 1889
Birthplace: Corinth, Alcorn Co., MS
Death date: July 16, 1959
Place of death: Baptist Hospital, Memphis, Shelby Co., TN
Burial: Farmington Cem., Alcorn Co., MS
Father: Alford Newton M. VOYLES
Mother: Margaret A.S. "Dollie" JOHNSON

CHILDREN

Child No. 1: Floyd H. EMMONS
Sex: M
Birthdate: Nov. 18, 1907
Birthplace:
Death date: Dec. 24, 1921
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Child No. 2: George EMMONS
Sex: M
Birthdate: Feb. 22, 1909
Birthplace:
Death date: Jan. 1928
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Spouse's name: Bessie HOWELL

Child No. 3: Vera EMMONS
Sex: F
Birthdate: May 1, 1910
Birthplace:
Death date: April 4, 1931
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Spouse's name: Shirley BROOKS

Child No. 4: Eugene Edward EMMONS
Sex: M
Birthdate: Feb. 12, 1916
Birthplace:
Death date: April 1939
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Spouse's name: Martha HARWELL
 
 
Documentation:
Notes for Ernest Emmons:
* 1909 Alcorn Co., MS jurors fee lists E.E. Emmons.
* 1918 World War I draft registration cards for Alcorn Co., MS lists:
Earnest Earl Emmons, white, born Nov. 4, 1885, no birthplace listed
* 1925 Alcorn Co., MS Educable School Children: McGlathery School
Emmons Ernest (parent or guardian)
Name of Children:
Emmons Geo. age 16
Emmons Vera age 14
Emmons Eugene age 9
VOYLES Mattie age 17
* 1929 Alcorn Co. MS Educable School Children: Purdy Road School
Emmons E.E. (parent or guardian)
Children:
Eugene age 13
Vera age 18
* 1930 Alcorn Co., MS census household 111-123
EMMONS Earnest E. head age 44? born MS age 21 when married
Ethel wife age 41 born MS age 18 when married
Vera dau. age 18 born MS
Eugene E. son age 14 born MS
* Registrar's Record of Deaths for Alcorn Co. for 1945 state his father was W.E. and E.E. Emmons was buried in Farmington Church Cemetery. He was age 59.
* McPeters Funeral Home Records page 25
Earnest Earl Emmons
Nov. 4, 1885 Alcorn Co., MS
Feb. 6, 1945 Corinth
uremia
s.s. 426-20-5824
Wife: Ethel Voyles Emmons age 55
son: A.C. Emmons
father: W.E. Emmons born TN
mother: Ida M. Morton born Alcorn Co., MS
Burial: Farmington

Notes for Ethel Voyles Emmons:
* Daily Corinthian Newspaper, Corinth, Mississippi July 16, 1959
MRS. VOYLES DIES IN MEMPHIS
Mrs. Ethel Voyles Emmons, 70, of Memphis died at 2:05 a.m. Thursday in the Baptist Hospital.
Services will be held Friday afternoon at Farmington Church at a time to be announced later, with the Rev. Barney Proctor officiating.
A member of Olive Avenue Mission Church in Memphis, she is survived by two sons, Eugene and George, both of Memphis; one daughter, Mrs. Vera Brooks of Memphis; three sisters, Mrs. Ella Hardin, Mrs. Telia King and Jennie Taylor, all of Corinth. Four brothers, Ed Anderson, John and Allen Voyles, all of Corinth; 12 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. (Assume they omitted the comma between Ed and Anderson???) Obituary saved by Jewel Burress.
MRS. ETHEL EMMONS
Mrs. Ethel Emmons, 481 Simpson, died at Baptist Hospital at 2:15 a.m. today. She was 70.
A native of Corinth, Miss., Mrs. Emmons moved to Memphis 10 years ago to make her home with a daughter, Mrs. Vera Brooks. She was a member of Olive Avenue Pentecostal Church.
She also leaves two sons, George Emmons and Eugene Emmons, both of Memphis; three sisters, Mrs. Ella Hardin, Mrs. Telia King and Mrs. Jenny Morgan, all of Corinth; four brothers, Ed Voyles, Anderson Voyles, John Voyles and Allen Voyles, all of Corinth; 12 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.
Services at Farmington Baptist Church, Corinth, Miss., at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow. Burial in church cemetery, National Funeral Home in charge.
* Daily Corinthian Newspaper, Corinth, Mississippi, July 18-19, 1959
Mrs. Elmer Burres and her aunt, Mrs. Morgan Taylor, returned Tuesday afternoon from Memphis where they were at the bedside of Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. Ethel Emmons who underwent surgery at the Baptist Hospital and is reported as doing nicely. (This must have created a stir in town since she's died two days earlier!!!).
 

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