Missouri Family Group Sheet for the John Robert FREEMAN Family

Copyright Virginia Freeman Gentry. All rights reserved.
Submitted by: Virginia Freeman Gentry
Email address: <vagentry@hotmail.com>

Husband: John Robert FREEMAN
Birthdate: January 28, 1869
Birthplace: Near Marion, Smyth County, Virginia
Death date: February 10, 1945
Place of death: State Hospital, Mt. Pleasant,, Henry County, Iowa
Burial: Zearing City Cemetery, Story County, Iowa
Father: unknown soldier
Mother: Sarah Francis FREEMAN

Marriage date: June 27, 1897
Marriage place: unknown, Missouri

Wife: Lucy M. LE GRAND
Birthdate: June 27, 1875
Birthplace: unknown, Missouri
Death date: April, 18, 1923
Place of death: Shelby County, Jefferson Township, Missouri
Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery, Monroe County, Missouri
Father: William LE GRAND
Mother: Eliza Jane CORNICK


Child No. 1: Henry Vaughn FREEMAN
Sex: Male
Birthdate: December 21, 1899
Birthplace: Shelby County, Missouri
Death date: July 21, 1984
Place of death: Ames, Iowa
Burial: Zearing City Cemetery, Story County, Iowa
Marriage date: April 25, 1925
Marriage place: unknown, Illinois
Spouse's name: Cora Agnes CLEVERLY

Child No. 2: William FREEMAN
Sex: Male
Birthdate: May 19, 1903
Birthplace: near Madison, Monroe County, Missouri
Death date: March 19, 1984
Place of death: St Francis Hospital, Mtn. View, Howell County, Missouri
Burial: Howell Memorial Park Cemetery, near Pomona Missouri
Marriage date: November 2, 1928
Marriage place: Boone County Iowa
Spouse's name: J. Ethel PERIN
Lucy LeGrand Freeman, Death certificate and grandson--
John Robert Freeman, obit from paper, medical records from State Hospital, family--
Henry Vaughn Freeman, obit from paper and his son--
William B. Freeman, death certificate, obit from paper, family

After John Robert Freeman was born, Sarah Francis married Franklin Thomas DeBord and they had several children, some born in Virginia and some in Missouri. He lived with Ann Rouse, probably his maternal grandmother. John Robert came to Monroe County when he was 21. He worked for several people in Monroe county, before moving to Shelby County, where Lucy died. He moved to Iowa in 1930 and for the last several years of his life lived with first one of his sons then the other.
Henry Vaughn Freeman has two surviving children, both in Iowa.
William Freeman had three sons, Russell, Harold and Marwyn, all deceased.