From Adam to Freeman
(actual lineage follows after brief a explanation of sources)
|Some people trace their ancestors to
satisfy a requirement of their religion, while others do
it to satisfy their own curiosity. Regardless of the
reason, the ultimate is to be able to trace your
ancestors back to the creation of Adam, which according
to most Biblical scholars occurred about 4000 BC. If you
are fortunate enough to be able to trace your ancestors
back to one of the Royal ruling families in England or
Europe prior to the year 1500 AD, a book entitled the Royal
Ancestors of some L.D.S. Families compiled by Michel
L. Call could provide the necessary information to enable
you to do this.
This book contains many pedigree charts tracking Royal ruling families from about 1500 AD to the creation of Adam about 4000 BC. This is accomplished by the author by combining information from three sources; namely, many inter-related pedigree charts of Royal ruling families of England and Europe from about 1500 AD to 140 AD as compiled by Michel L. Call; five pedigree charts covering the period from 140 AD to about 1886 BC taken from the Kinship of Families as compiled by Archibald F. Bennett; and one pedigree chart for the period from 1886 BC to the creation of Adam about 4000 BC taken from the Scriptures as compiled by Albert F. Schmuhl. He later supplemented this book with another book containing family group sheets of many of the ancestors shown on the pedigree charts he had prepared for the period from about 1500 AD to about 140 AD. These family group sheets could provide such information as parentage; date and place of birth, marriage and death; multiple marriages; children of each marriage, and sometimes information on these children.
In preparation of my LINEAGE that follows, I have obtained the basic information to trace Joan of Acre, born 1272 to King Edward I "Longshanks" of England and his wife Princess Eleanor of Castile, back to the creation of Adam about 4000 BC by using many of the pedigree charts and family group sheets from the above mentioned two books. In some cases I have expanded on this information by using various biographical encyclopedias and other reference books.
There is also a set of books titled Magna Charta written by John S. Wurts, on the subject of Royal lineage which also presents information covering the time period from the creation of Adam through the birth of Jesus Christ taken from the Bible. It shows the same ancestors as used in my LINEAGE from Adam to Zarah. However it differs from the information presented by Albert F. Schmuhl in the following respects; Mr. Wurts cites Usher as stating that Adam was born 4004 BC rather than 4000 BC, hence all birth and death dates are adjusted accordingly; the birth and death dates of Abraham, Issac and Jacob are all 54 years later; Seth lived 20 years longer; Lamech lived 8 years longer; Eber lived one year longer; and Reu lived one year less than indicated by Albert F. Schmuhl. No attempt has been made by this author to verify the correctness of the information presented in either of these sources since this is left to the reader to do so if he desires.
While the LINEAGE was prepared using my fraternal ancestors, the Descent From The Passengers of the Mayflower was prepared by using my maternal ancestors.
The former provides an ancestor that was a Confederate Commander during the Civil War, namely, Captain WESLEY NEWELL FREEMAN (25th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Company C, CSA). Hence through him a male descendant is eligible to become a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the Military Order of the Stars and Bars, while a female descendant is eligible to become a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Since this ancestor married MARY LUCINDA WELCH, granddaughter of Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT LOVE, a Revolutionary War soldier serving in Virginia, married MARY ANN DILLARD; through him a male descendant is eligible to become a member of the General Society, Sons of the American Revolution, while a female descendant is eligible to become a member of the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution.
The latter provides the necessary information, regardless whether you are a male or female descendant, to become a member of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants.
There are other organizations that require tracing ones ancestry for eligibility to membership; however, no attempt has been made to list all such organizations here. With the exception of the two organizations referred to above, which are for female descendants only, I have membership at present in the other organizations mentioned. Hence with the genealogical research that I have done, my descendants may also become members of the above mentioned organizations or they may use this information as a basis to enable them to become members of other such organizations. This is a decision that each descendant may make for himself or herself.
ADAM, mortal creation about 4000 BC;
died about 3070 BC
FINN, born about 140 in Asia or Eastern Europe; married Mrs. FINN, born about 143; their son
FREOTHELAF, born about 165 in Asia or Eastern Europe; married Mrs. FREOTHELAF, born about 169, their son
FRITHUWALD or BOR OF ASGARD, born about 190 in Asia or Eastern Europe; married BELTSA, born about 194; their son
ODIN or WODEN or WUOTAN OF ASGARD, born about 215 in Asia or Eastern Europe; married (4th) Mrs. ODIN, born about 223; their son
BELDEG or BALDER, born about 243 in Scandinavia; married NANNA, born about 247; daughter of GEWAR, King of Norway; their son
BRAND or BROND, born about 271 in Scandinavia; married Mrs. BRAND, born about 275 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; their son
FRITHOGAR, born about 299 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; married Mrs. GRITHOGAR, born about 303 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; their son
FREAWINE, born about 327 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; married Mrs. FREAWINE, born about 331 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; their son
WIG, born about 355 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; married Mrs. WIG, born about 359 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; their son
GEWIS, born about 383 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; married Mrs. GEWIS, born about 387 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; their son
ESLA, born about 411 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; married Mrs. ESLA, born about 415 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; their son
ELESA, born about 439 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; married Mrs. ELESA, born about 443 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; their son
CERDIC, born about 467 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; died about 534 in Wessex, England, King of Wessex; married Mrs. CERDIC, born about 471 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany; their son
CRIDOA, born about 493 in Wessex, England; Prince of Wessex; married Mrs. CRIODA, born about 497 in Wessex, England, their son
CYNRIC, born about 525 in Wessex, England; died 560; King of Wessex; married Mrs. CYNRIC, born about 527 in Wessex, England; their son
CEAWLIN, born about 547 in Wessex, England; King of Wessex; married Mrs. CEAWLIN, born about 548 in Wessex, England; their son
CUTHWINE, born about 564 in Wessex, England; Prince of Wessex; married Mrs. CUTWINE, born about 568 in Wessex, England; their son
CUTHWULF or CUTHA, born about 600 in Wessex, England; married Mrs. CUTWULF, born about 604 in Wessex, England; their son
CEOLWALD, born about 622 in Wessex, England; married Mrs. CEOLWALD, born about 626 in Wessex, England; their son
CENRED, born about 644 in Wessex, England; married Mrs. CENRED, born about 648 in Wessex, England; their son
INGILD, born about 680 in Wessex, England; married Mrs. INGILD, born about 684 in Wessex, England; their son
EOPPA, born about 706 in Wessex, England; married Mrs. EOPPA, born about 710 in Wessex, England; their son
EABA, born about 732 in Wessex, England; married Mrs. EABA, born about 736 in Wessex, England; their son
EALHMUND, born about 758 in Wessex, England; Under-King of Kent; married Mrs. EALHMUND, born about 762 in Wessex, England; their son
EGBERT, born about 784 in Wessex, England; died after November 19, 838 in Wessex, England; King of Wessex in 800; reduced the other kingdoms and rendered them dependent upon him in 829 and thus is considered the first king of all England; married REDBURH, born about 788 in Wessex, England; their son
ETHELWULF, born about 806 in Wessex, England; died June 13, 858 in Wessex, England; King of England in 839; married (1st) OSBURH, born about 810 in Wessex, England; daughter of OSLAC, descendant of the Jutes of Wight; their son
ALFRED "THE GREAT", born about 848 in Wantage, Berkshire, England; died October 28, 901 at Hyde Abbey, England; King of England in 871; buried in Winchester, Hampshire, England; in 868 married EALHSWITH, born about 852 in Mercia, England; died December 5, 905 in England; daughter of ETHELRED "Mucel", the Ealdorman of Gainas and his wife EADBURH; their son
EDWARD "THE ELDER", born about 871 in Wessex, England; died July 17, 924 at Farrington, Berkshire, England; on the Whitsunday following October 28, 901 was crowned King of England; married (3rd) EDGIVA, born about 896 in Kent, England; daughter of SIGEHELM, Earl of Kent; their son
EDMUND I "THE MANIFICENT", born about 922 in Wessex, England; died May 26, 946 at Pucklechurch, Gloucestershire, England; was crowned King of England on October 27, 940; killed at a banquet by an exiled outlaw, LEOFA; buried at Glastonbury, England; married ELGIVA, born about 922, in Wessex, England; died 944 in England; after her death she was hallowed as a saint and miracles were worked at her tomb at Shaftesbury, England; their son
EDGAR "THE PEACEFUL", born about 943 in Wessex, England; died July 8, 975 in Wessex, England; King of England in 959; in 964 married (3rd) ELFRIDA or ELFTHRYTH, born about 947 in Devonshire, England; died 1000 in England; daughter of ORDGAR, Ealdorman of Devon; window of ETHELWOLD, Ealdorman of East Anglia; their son
ETHELRED II "THE UNREADY", born about 968 in Wessex, England; died April 23, 1016 in London, England; on April 14, 978 crowned King of England; buried at St. Paul's, London England; in 985 married ALFGIFU or AELFLAED, born 968 in Wessex, England; daughter of THORED GUNNARSSON; their son
EDMUND II "IRONSIDES", born about 988 in Wessex, England; died November 30, 1016 in London, England; was crowned King of England on April 23, 1016; in August 1015 married ELDGYTH, born about 986 in Wessex, England; widow of SIGEFERTH, a Danish Earl; their son
EDWARD "ATHELING", born about 1016 in Wessex, England; died 1057 in London, England; Prince of England; buried at St. Paul's Cathedral, London, England; in 1035 married AGATHA, born about 1018 in Bavaria, Germany; daughter of BRUNO, Bishop of Augsburg; their daughter
MARGARET, born bat. 1043 in England; died November 16, 1093 at Edinburgh Castle, Mid-Lothian, Scotland; Princess of England; canonized as a Saint by Pope Innocent IV in 1251; buried at Dunferline, Fife, Scotland; in 1068 married MALCOLM III "CEANNMOR", born about 1031 in Scotland; died November 13, 1093 near Alnwick, Northumberland, England; their daughter
MATILDA, born about 1082 in Scotland; died May 1, 1118 at Winchester, Hampshire, England; baptized EDITH of SCOTLAND, Princess of Scotland; on November 11, 1100 married HENRY I "BEAUCLERC", born about 1068 at Selby, Yorkshire, England; died December 1, 1135 at Angers, Maine-et-Loire, France; youngest son of WILLIAM "THE CONQUEROR", King of England; was crowned King of England on August 5, 1100 at Westminster; buried at Readding Abbey, Berkshire, England on January 4, 1136; their daughter
MATILDA, born about 1104 in England; died September 10, 1167 at Notre-Dame Des Pres, France; Princess of England; buried at Abbey et Bec, Eure, France; on January 7, 1114 married (1st) HEINRICH V, Emperor of Germany, who died on May 23, 1125 at Utrecht, Netherlands; no issue by this marriage; on April 3 or 22, 1127 married (2nd) GEOFFREY V "PLANTAGENET", born August 24, 1113 at Anjou, France; died September 7, 1151 at Chateau, Eure-et-Loire, France; son of FOULQUES, Count of Anjou and Ermentrude; their son
HENRY II "FITZEMPRESS", born March 5, 1133 in Le Mans, Sarthe, France; died July 6, 1189 at Chinon, Indre-et-Loire, France; was crowned King of England on December 19, 1154; buried at Abbey-et-Fontevrault, Maine-et-Loire, France; on May 11, 1152 married ELEANORE, born about 1122 in Aquitaine, France; died June 26, 1202 at Mirabell Castle, France; daughter of GUILLAUME X, Duke of Aquitaine, and his wife ELEANOR; previously married to LOUIS VII, King of France, on July 4 or 22, 1137 but was divorced by him on March 21, 1152; buried at the Monastery of Fontevrault, Maine-et-Loire, France; their son
JOHN "LACKLAND", born December 24, 1166 at King's Manor House, Oxford, England; died October 19, 1216 at Newark, Nottinghamshire, England; was crowned King of England on May 27, 1199; required to sign the Magna Carta on June 15, 1215; buried at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, England; on August 24, 1200 married ISABELLA, born about 1180 at Angouleme, Charente, France; died May 31, 1246 at Fontevrault, Maine-et-Loire, France and was also buried there; daughter of AYMER TAILLEFER, Count of Angouleme, and ALICE COURTENAY; their son
HENRY III, born October 10, 1206 in Winchester, Hampshire, England; died November 16, 1272 in Westminster, London, England; was crowned King of England on October 18, 1216; buried on November 20, 1272 at Westminster Abbey, London, England; on January 14, 1236 at Canterbury, Kent, England married ELEANOR, born about 1217 in Provence, France; died June 24, 1291 at Ambresbury, England; daughter of RAYMOND BERENGAR IV, Count of Provence, and his wife BEATRIX; sister of AMADEUS III of Savor; buried on September 8, 1291 at Ambresbury, England; their son
EDWARD I "LONGSHANKS", born June 17, 1239 at Westminster, London, England; died July 7, 1307 at Burgh-on-the-Sands, Cumberland, England; christened on June 22, 1239; made ruler of Ireland and Wales in 1254; was crowned King of England on August 19, 1274; shortly after August 5, 1254 at Burgos, Spain married ELEANOR, born about 1244 in Castile, Spain; died November 29, 1290 at Herdeby, Lincoln, England; daughter of FERDINAND III, King of Castile and his second wife JOANA; Princess of Castile; buried on December 16, 1290 at Westminster Abbey, London, England; their daughter
JOAN "OF ACRE", born in the spring of 1272 at Acre, Galilee, Israel; died April 23, 1307 at Stoke Clare, Suffolk, England; Princess of England; second daughter born to her parents while they participated in the Crusades; buried in the Augustine priory at Stoke Clare; on April 30, 1290 at Westminster Abbey, London, England married GILBERT DE CLARE, born September 2, 1243 at Christchurch, Hampshire, England; died December 7, 1295 at Monmouth, England; 9th Earl of Clare; 7th Earl of Hertford; 8th Earl of Gloucester; House of Clare had vast estates extending over 23 English countries as well as immense possessions in Wales and Ireland; their daughter
LADY ELEANOR DE CLARE, born October 1292 at Caerphilly Castle, County of Glamorgan; died June 30, 1337; buried in Tewkesbury Abbey; in 1306, after June 14, at Westminster married HUGH LE DESPENSER, THE YOUNGER, born March 1, 1262; died November 24, 1326 at Hereford; son of Hugh le Despencer, the Elder; knighted by the Prince of Wales on May 22, 1306 at Westminster; made Baron Hugh le Despenser in 1326; captured near Llantrisant, County of Glamorgan, with King Edward II on November 16, 1326; taken to Hereford, tried without being allowed to speak in his own defense, condemned to death as a traitor, hanged on a gallows 50 feet high on November 24, 1326; on December 4, 1326, his had was set up on London Bridge and his quarters were hung up in Dover, Bristol, York and Newcastle; several hundred years later his bones were collected and buried in Tewkesbury Abbey per permit given on December 15, 1330; their daughter
LADY ISABELLA LE DESPENSER, born about 1305-1312; died unknown; on February 9, 1320/1 in King's Chapel at Havering-atte-Bower married RICHARD FITZALAN, born about 1306-1313; died January 24, 1375/6 at Arundel; buried at Lewes; 3rd Earl of Arundel; son of Edmund Fitzalan, 2nd Earl of Arundel, and Alice de Warrenne; Justicar of North Wales for life in 1334; Governor of Carnarvon Castle in 1339; Sheriff of Shropshire for life in 1345; on December 4, 1344 obtained a Papal Mandate for the annulment of their marriage (see footnote below); their daughter
(Footnote: Annulment was requested on the basis that their marriage was not by mutual consent as it was arranged by their parents when they were minors, but they were forced by blows to cohabit, so that a son was born. This story breaks down since they had two daughters as well as a son. Of course the daughters are not mentioned in the request for annulment. Since a divorce for a valid reason could not be obtained, this was the method used by the powerful Earl to get rid of his wife, who no longer had any influence or importance since the execution of her father as a traitor, and to enable him to marry Eleanor, Dowager Baroness Beaumont, daughter of Henry (Plantagenet) Earl of Lancaster, by Maud, daughter and heir of Sir Patrick Chaworth with whom he was already living. On February 5, 1344/5 he married her at Ditton. There was no male issue from this marriage. She died at Arundel on January 11, 1372 and was buried at Lewes.)
LADY PHILIPPA FITZALAN, born unknown; died unknown; married SIR RICHARD SERGIEUX, born unknown; died September 30, 1393; knight of Carminow, Cornwall; their daughter
LADY PHILIPPA SERGIEUX, born about 1373; died July 11 or 13, 1420; by June 1397 married SIR ROBERT PASHLEY, born unknown; died before February 12, 1406/7; Lord of Thevegate; son of SIR ROBERT PASHLEY and ANNE HOWARD, who was the daughter of SIR JOHN HOWARD, of Norfolk, knight; their son
SIR JOHN PASHLEY, born 1397/8; died June 8, 1453; in 1424 married ELIZABETH WOODVILLE, born unknown; died unknown; daughter of SIR RICHARD WOODVILLE of Maidstone and MARIE BODULGATE, daughter of JOHN BODULGATE, Esquire; aunt to the QUEEN of EDWARD IV of England; their son
SIR JOHN PASHLEY, born 1431/2; died November 20, 1468; Lord of Thevegate; married LOWYS GOWER, born unknown; died before 1458; daughter of THOMAS GOWER; sister of JOHN GOWER of Clapham, Surrey; their daughter
ELIZABETH PASHLEY, born unknown; died before 1485; memorial in Nettlested Church; in 1480 married REGINALD DE PYMPE, born 1448/9; died March 21, 1530/1; son of JOHN DE PYMPE; their daughter
ANNE DE PYMPE, born about 1484; died about 1539/40; on November 22, 1506 married SIR JOHN SCOTT, born 1484; died October 7, 1533; son of SIR WILLIAM SCOTT and SYBILLA LEWKNOR, daughter of SIR JOHN LEWKNOR, knight of Goring and West Dean in Sussex; bodyguard of Henry VIII 1515-18; knighted about 1520 by the Prince of Castile for signal services rendered against the Duke of Guelders; Sheriff of Kent 1528; their son
SIR REGINALD SCOTT, born 1512, died December 16, 1554; Captain of Castles of Calais and Sangatte; High Sheriff of Kent 1541/2; buried at Bradbourne; in 1542/3 married (2nd) MARY TUKE, born unknown; died after 1555; daughter of SIR BRYAN TUKE, knight, and GRISELDA BOUGHTON, daughter of NICHOLAS BOUGHTON of Woolwich; her father was secretary to Cardinal Wolsey; their daughter
MARY SCOTT, born 1546 at East Sutton, Kent County; died 1605; in 1570 married (1st) RICHARD ARGALL, born about 1536; died 1588; son of THOMAS ARGALL; buried at East Sutton Church, East Sutton, Kent County; their daughter
ELIZABETH ARGALL, born 1574; died August 9, 1638; sister of Samuel Argall, Governor of Virginia; in 1585 married SIR EDWARD FILMER, born January 17, 1566; died December 5, 1629; son of Sir Robert Filmer and Frances Chester, daughter of SIR ROBERT CHESTER of Royston in Hertfordshire, Kent County; High Sheriff of Kent 1615; their son
HENRY FILMER, born 1607; died after October 27, 1673; in Virginia in 1629; had land grants in James City County in 1637; member of the House of Burgesses for James City County 1642-43; Justice of Warwick County 1647; member of the House of Burgesses for Warwick County 1666-67; Major in British Army of occupation in Virginia; before leaving England married ELIZABETH ?; their daughter
MARTHA FILMER, born 1640 in James City County, Virginia; married THOMAS GREEN, born June 1635 aboard the ship "Speedwell" on its voyage to Virginia; nicknamed "Sea Gull"; son of THOMAS and MARTHA GREEN, emigrants from Holland who settled near Petersburg, Virginia; their son
THOMAS GREEN, born 1665 in Nottoway Parish, Amelia County, Virginia; died 1730; married ELIZABETH MARSTON, born November 25, 1672 in Henrico County, Virginia; died August 11, 1759 in Amelia County, Virginia; daughter of THOMAS MARSTON and ELIZABETH MARVELL; her father was Justice of Henrico County, Virginia; their daughter
MARTHA GREEN, born November 25, 1719; died September 6, 1793; on November 11, 1741 married CHARLES CLAY, born January 31, 1716; died February 25, 1789 in Powhatan County, Virginia; son of HENRY CLAY and MARY MITCHELL who was the daughter of WILLIAM and ELIZABETH MITCHELL; their daughter
BETTY MARBLE CLAY, born April 20, 1752 at Norfolk, Virginia; died May 12, 1840 in Henry County, Georgia; on January 30, 1772 married ALEXANDER MURRAY, born January 29, 1734 in Glasgow, Scotland; died September 8, 1789 at Barrington, Nova Scotia, Canada; buried at Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada; Loyalist during the American Revolution; joined the Queen's Rangers in 1780; migrated to Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada in the fall of 1783; their son
ALEXANDER GREEN MURRAY, born September 19, 1786 at Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada; died October 10, 1876 near Oakman, Gordon County, Georgia; buried on the Cecil Howell farm; served in the War of 1812 against the British, the War of 1836 against the Creek Indians, and in the Home Guard of Georgia during the Civil War; on February 14, 1806 in Cumberland County, Virginia married RHODA MELTON, born March 13, 1779 in Cumberland County, Virginia; died July 10, 1861 near Oakman, Gordon County, Georgia; buried on the Cecil Howell farm; she was daughter of NATHAN MELTON and MARY REYNOLDS; their daughter
MARY ANN REYNOLDS MURRAY, born October 25, 1812 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia; died March 27, 1879 at Calhoun, Gordon County, Georgia; buried in the Chandler Cemetery at Calhoun, Georgia; had a twin sister Martha Green Murray who married a Dr. Cantrell; on March 4, 1832 at McDonough, Henry County, Georgia married BEVERLY ALLEN FREEMAN, born about 1806 in Georgia; died November 22, 1855 in Ellijay, Gilmer County, Georgia; attorney at law; served in the War of 1836 against the Creek Indians; member of the Masonic Lodge of Georgia; son of GABRIEL FREEMAN (born about 1770, died January 31, 1834) and LUCY FREEMAN (born about 1774, died May 3, 1826) and married September 6, 1794 in Wilkes County, Georgia; their son
WESLEY NEWELL FREEMAN, born December 12, 1832 in Georgia; died January 26, 1891 at Bluff Dale, Erath County, Texas; buried in Rock Church cemetery, Hood County, near Bluff Dale, Erath County, Texas; served as Commander in the 25th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Confederate States of America, rank: Captain, during the Civil War; Marshall of Americus, Georgia; member of the Masonic Lodges of Georgia and Texas; merchant and first postmaster at Bluff Dale, Texas (December 12, 1877); on February 13, 1881at Granbury, Hood County, Texas married (2) JULIA EMMA GORDON, born January 28, 1845 at Pine Log , Bartow County, Georgia; died December 10, 1915 at Bluff Dale, Erath County, Texas; buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery at Bluff Dale, Texas; she was the daughter of WILLIAM GORDON and MARY ELIZABETH PEDEN; their son
OLIN KNIGHT FREEMAN, born September 9, 1885 at Bluff Dale, Erath County, Texas; died September 2, 1940 at Sherman, Texas; buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery near Bluff Dale, Texas; Superintendent of Railroad Bridges; on September 22, 1906 at Granbury, Hood County, Texas married KATHERINE (KATE) HALL, born August 14, 1887 at Sipe Springs, Texas; died January 1, 1958 at Smithfield, Texas; buried at Smithfield, Texas; daughter of HENRY TAYLOR HALL and HARRIET ELIZA HOLT; their son
WALLACE HALL FREEMAN, born December 9, 1907 at Bluff Dale, Erath County, Texas; died September 24, 1973 at Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas; buried in Emerald Hills cemetery at Kennedale, Texas; building contractor, married(1) EVA ESTELLE DAY, daughter of OLIVER WASHINGTON DAY and ZUMA DRUCILLA SMITH; their son
KENNETH ALLEN FREEMAN, born 1931 at Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas; married(1) DORA LEOPAL COLE born 1931 at Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee; daughter of ROBERT MARVIN COLE and MARY IRENE HILL; in 1950 at Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee; their son
ALAN COLE FREEMAN, born 1953 at Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee; married TINA ANGULO, born 1977 at Seattle Washington; daughter of JOE ANGULO and ITZA ARANGO; on Feb 14, 2007 at Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas; his sons and daughters
(Son) BRIAN ALAN FREEMAN, born 1986 at Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.
(Daughter) HAYLEY ELYSE FREEMAN, born 1988 at Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.
(Son) ISAIAH KEN FREEMAN, born 2011 at Argyle, Denton County, Texas.
(Daughter) BRIANNA RAQUEL FREEMAN, born 2014 at Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas.
by Clyde Newell
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