Lewis Payne

M, b. 22 July 1801, d. 1 February 1862
     Lewis Payne was born on 22 July 1801 at Ohio. He was the son of Jeremiah H. Payne and Sarah McCoy. Lewis Payne married Susannah Dawalt, daughter of Henry DeWald and Elizabeth Gross, on 21 November 1822 at Washington Co., IN. Lewis Payne left a will on 8 March 1861; Lewis Payne made his will March 8, 1861, and it was probated April 12, 1862. He named as his heirs his wife, Susannah Dawalt, and his children: James Martin Payne; Jacob Newton Payne; Henry Rice Payne; Jeremiah Lewis Payne; Daniel D. Payne; John G. Payne; the heirs of Harvey Payne deceased; Catherine M. Payne married an Anderson; Sarah E. Payne married an Anderson.
Also he specified "My equitable share of the estate of jeremiah Payne, deceased, to be divided among my children."

He died on 1 February 1862 at South Boston, Washington Co., IN, at age 60. He was buried in February 1862 at Anderson-Payne Cemetery, South Boston, Washington Co., IN.

Children of Lewis Payne and Susannah Dawalt

Citations

  1. [S954] 1850 Federal Census, Washington County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, Series M432, Roll 179.

Lewis Cass Payne1

M, b. 10 October 1849, d. 26 December 1929
     Lewis Cass Payne was born on 10 October 1849 at Washington Twp., Washington Co., IN.1 He was the son of William Harvey Payne and Harriet Hartley.1 Lewis Cass Payne married Ferebee Ellen Brickey, daughter of William Brickey and Peninah Bundy, on 8 October 1875 at Washington Co., IN. Lewis Cass Payne died on 26 December 1929 at Salem, Washington Co., IN, at age 80 OBITUARY - The Salem Leader or The Salem Democrat; after December 26, 1929

LEWIS PAYNE
Lewis Cass Payne was born Oct. 10th, 1849, his age being 80 years, 2 months and 16 days. The place of his birth was quite near the home here he afterward made his permanent residence. He was the oldest child of Wm. Harvey and Harriett Hartley Payne. While still a small child, about five years old, his father died. Not long after this the mother and a baby sister died near the same hour, and were buried at the same time.
He spent his boyhood and young manhood in the community of his birth. On Nov. 10th, 1876 he was united in marriage to Ella Brickey. To this union nine children were born: Claude L., who was residing with his parents at the time of his father’s death; Mrs. Herschel Tatlock, of Covington, Tennessee; Jas. Cassius, of East St. Louis; Wm. Herschel, who died March 26, 1908; Mrs. Virgil Mitchell, of Scottsburg, Ind; Mrs. Fred Baynes, of Kokomo, Ind; Mrs. Lucretia Newlon, who died August 30th, 1926, and Dollyne E., who is a teacher in the Salem schools.
Lewis Payne spent practically all his life in the neighborhood of his birth. After his marriage he and his wife decided to make their home in the Highland community. This home they fashioned, the truly fine, splendid family they reared, speak in wonderful testimony to the lives of Lewis and Ella Payne. It is a greater tribute to their lives than any monument of stone however large and fine.
Mr. Payne was a charter member of the Highland Farmers’ Club and until his recent illness remained active in the organization. He was always interested in the things that would be for the betterment of his community and was always willing to do his part in any movement that would bring greater blessings to his home and family.
His life was a busy one and in home and community there will be a vacant place. The place of a good citizen, a kind neighbor, a loving husband and father can not be filled.
About one year ago he suffered a severe attack of influenza from which he never fully recovered. Medical skill and loving care were unable to bring relief. On Dec. 21 he suffered a severe attack which resulted after a few days, in his death.
He leaves to mourn their loss, his wife, seven children, seventeen grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Charles Boling, of Bentonville, Arkansas.
Although sorrow always comes when loved ones leave, yet we know that for them it is the beginning of a new day.
                    “That death seems but a covered way
                Which opens into light,
                    Wherein no blinded child can stray
                Beyond the Father’s sight.

                    That care and trial seem at last
                Through memory’s sunset air.
                    Like mountain ranges over past
                In purple distance fair,

                    And so the shadows fall apart,
                And so the west winds play
                    And all the windows of the heart
                Are open to the day.”
The funeral services were held in the home and a large number of friends and relatives were in attendance. Rev. Wm. R. Seat of the Salem Baptist Church, and Oliver Trueblood, of the Highland Friends Church, were in charge of the services. A quartette consisting of R. S. Baynes, Fred Simpson, Wm. Cauble and Thomas Lewelling sang the following songs: The Home of the Soul, We Are Going Down the Valley and Rock of Ages. After the simple but beautiful services, interment took place at Crown Hill Cemetery.


He was buried in December 1929 at Crown Hill Cemetery, Salem, Washington Co., IN.

Children of Lewis Cass Payne and Ferebee Ellen Brickey

Citations

  1. [S954] 1850 Federal Census, Washington County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, Series M432, Roll 179.

Lillian Mae Payne

F, b. 15 October 1894
     Lillian Mae Payne was born on 15 October 1894 at Washington Co. (probably), IN. She was the daughter of Samuel Oscar Payne and Dora Lincoln McClellan. Lillian Mae Payne married Jason B. McCoskey, son of James H. McCoskey and Nancy Ellen Taylor, on 25 February 1915 at Washington Co., IN.

Children of Lillian Mae Payne and Jason B. McCoskey

Lloyd Winifred Payne

M, b. 7 November 1903, d. 26 May 1925
     Lloyd Winifred Payne was born on 7 November 1903 at South Boston, Washington Co., IN. He was the son of Samuel Newton Payne and Dora Amelia Williams. Lloyd Winifred Payne died on 26 May 1925 at Jasper Co., IN, at age 21.

Loran B. Payne

M, b. 5 May 1889, d. 14 November 1966
     Loran B. Payne was born on 5 May 1889 at Salem, Washington Co., IN. He was the son of Lewis Cass Payne and Ferebee Ellen Brickey. Loran B. Payne married Mary E. Mitchell, daughter of Samuel Mitchell and Rosina Merkofer, on 21 June 1933, no children. Loran B. Payne died on 14 November 1966 at age 77.

Louise Payne

F, b. 1815, d. 1841
     Louise Payne was born in 1815. She married Bryan Whitfield Killebrew in 1837. Louise Payne died in 1841.

Child of Louise Payne and Bryan Whitfield Killebrew

Lucinda Caroline Payne

F, b. 11 July 1857, d. 5 April 1932
     Lucinda Caroline Payne was born on 11 July 1857 at Washington Co., IN.1 She was the daughter of Jeremiah Lewis Payne and Catherine Mull.1 Lucinda Caroline Payne married William Alexander Walker, son of James Walker and Phoebe Goss, on 6 January 1881 at Washington Co., IN. Lucinda Caroline Payne died on 5 April 1932 at Washington Co., IN, at age 74 OBITUARY #1 – The Salem Democrat; Wednesday, April 6, 1932

RESPECTED AGED RESIDENT PASSES
Mrs. Caroline Walker, 74, of Washington county, died Tuesday morning following a long illness.
Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at two o’clock from the Conoway church by the Rev. W. A. Hunter. Burial will be in the Payne cemetery.
Two sons, Edward B. of Salem, Albert L. of South Boston and one daughter, Mrs. Rosie Bell Taylor of Washington county survive.


OBITUARY #2 – The Salem Democrat; Wednesday, after April 6, 1932

Lucinda Caroline Payne, daughter of Jeremiah and Catherine Payne was born in Washington County, Indiana, July 11, 1857 and departed this life April 5, 1932, aged 74 years, 8 months and 24 days.
She was united in marriage to William A. Walker, Jan. 6, 1881 and to this union five children were born of which two sons, an infant, and Wilford Lee preceded her to the grave. The living children are Edward B., of Salem, Albert L., of South Boston and Mrs. Claude Taylor of South Boston.
Besides the children she leaves to mourn their loss, four grandchildren and one great grandchild, besides host of other relatives and friends.
She had been in poor health for several years. Throughout her illness she bore her suffering without a murmur.

When we think of how she suffered,
Then we know that God knew best;
For this life is full of sorrow
That all of us must share.
Asleep in Jesus, Oh, how sweet,
From which none ever wake to weep.

Funeral services were conducted Thursday at two o’clock, from the Conoway church by the Rev. W. A. Hunter. Burial was in the Payne cemetery.

She was buried in April 1932 at Anderson-Payne Cemetery, South Boston, Washington Co., IN.

Children of Lucinda Caroline Payne and William Alexander Walker

Citations

  1. [S2090] 1860 Federal Census, Washington County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 306; FHL #803306.

Lucy Payne

F, b. circa 1772, d. 30 January 1846
     Lucy Payne was born circa 1772. She was the daughter of John Payne and Mary Coles. Lucy Payne married George Steptoe Washington, son of Samuel Washington and Anne Steptoe, on 20 May 1793 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA.1 Lucy Payne married Judge Thomas Todd, son of Richard Todd and Elizabeth Richards, on 29 March 1812 at The White House, Washington, D.C., Lucy Payne was first married to a Washington, nephew of George Washington, and was widowed at the time of her marriage to Judge Todd. She was the sister of Dolly Madison.

Two sons were born to this marriage, per Sullivant book.

Lucy Payne died on 30 January 1846. She was buried at Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Franklin Co., KY.

Child of Lucy Payne and George Steptoe Washington

Children of Lucy Payne and Judge Thomas Todd

Citations

  1. [S20] Joseph Sullivant, A Genealogy and Family Memorial, p. 278.

Mabel C. Payne

F, b. 31 July 1906, d. 18 February 1999
     Mabel C. Payne was born on 31 July 1906 at Indiana. She was the daughter of Ross LaFrance Payne and Maryetta Plott. Mabel C. Payne married Clifton W. Karnes, son of Jesse Karnes and Mary Isabelle West, at Indiana. Mabel C. Payne died on 18 February 1999 at El Paso Co. (probably), CO, at age 92 dates per SSDI, last residence Colorado Springs.

Child of Mabel C. Payne and Clifton W. Karnes

Citations

  1. [S2122] 1940 Federal Census, Clark County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1031.

Mabel Louella Payne

F
     Mabel Louella Payne married Fred Oliver Nicholson.

Child of Mabel Louella Payne and Fred Oliver Nicholson

Manen Lot Payne

M, b. 11 March 1842, d. 25 January 1926
     Manen Lot Payne was born on 11 March 1842 at Georgia. He was the son of Moses Payne and Winnie Tarks. Manen Lot Payne married Martha Jane Payne, daughter of William Payne and Elizabeth Dawalt, on 16 May 1867. Manen Lot Payne died on 25 January 1926 at Waxahachie, Ellis Co., TX, at age 83. He was buried in January 1926 at Waxahachie City Cemetery, Waxahachie, Ellis Co., TX.
Note: From Tracy Devault:

The following is believed to have been researched and written by Mary Elizabeth "Elizabeth" (McCoy) Hayward, wife of Sumner Hayward, 224 Richards Road, Ridgewood, New Jersey. It was attached to a letter she had written on January 30, 1958 and found in the records of the Washington County, Indiana Genealogical Society. Elizabeth was a professional genealogist and I suspect she was researching Manen Lot Payne for someone else. Recent research has answered some of Elizabeth's questions.

THE PUZZLE OF M. L. PAYNE
William Payne (1804 - 1874) and his wife Elizabeth Dawalt (various other spellings used (1809 - 1909) had, among other children, a dau. Martha Jane, b. 1847. They lived at various places in Ohio, Ind.., Ill., and Tex. In 1863 William Payne was clerk of the Bapt. chh. at Utica; in 1865 of the same at Pekin. Washington co., deed indices show that he bought and sold land there (C-161, I-532, 538, G-190, S-315, 467, L-222, V-123) but I have only the refs. just noted, not the dates. By 1872 this couple were in Waxahachie, Tex., where both d. and are buried. Problem #1 is to fix the exact dates of their various moves and to discover just where they lived at what times.
To their home, presumably in Washington co., during the Civil War there came a very young man, Manon or Manuel Lot Payne. Here we come to the real mystery, for no less than 6 people have agreed on the fact that his story is muddled but non can straighten it out -- nor can I. M. L. Payne's family came from Villa Rica, Ga. (but a search of the 1850 & 1860 Census, which I made at Savannah, does not show him as a member of a household in that area). Several of his descendants have given the date of his birth as Mr. 11, 1842 BUT he is said to have been in the Confederate army at the age of 14, which just doesn't jibe. The tradition is that he was shot in the back on the neck, carried the bullet the rest of his life and consequently could not hold up his head properly. That last bit is more than tradition -- several people who knew him vouch for his peculiar posture. He may have been a deserter, which would account for his arrival in Indiana under cloudy circumstances, and maybe for his being shot in the back. He worked for the Paynes (query -- was his real surname Lot, and did he adopt the Payne surname to cover his tracks and the possibility of being court martialed?) My. 16, 1867, in Ind. (Where?) he m. Martha Jane Payne, mentioned above -- the marriage being strongly opposed by Elizabeth (Dawalt) Payne. The opposition was based, according to tradition, on his being "frivolous," even to the point of playing the fiddle (this would have been a grave offense in the eyes of a strict Baptist family of that day.) At any rate, his mother-in-law never forgave him and left the family home in Tex. to a different dau. than Martha Jane, also cutting him and his wife out of her will. As Elizabeth (Dawalt) Payne reached the overripe age of 100 she had plenty of time to think it over! Problem #2: did the marriage of M. L. Payne and Martha J. Payne take place in Washington co.,? If so, do the records add any details, such as the age of the groom and the names of his parents? If the date of the marriage, My. 16, 1867, and that of the birth of the first child, My. 6, 1868, are correct (and I have only the say-so of descendants) then it was no shotgun marriage.
Among the fruitless searches already made are: search of Ga. census, as mentioned above; search of Terre Haute census for 1870 (there was a statement made that this was the residence of the family in 1872); and on-the-spot inquiry made in Villa Rica, Ga., by a descendant just a year or two ago; hunt for family Bibles; inquiry as to Confederate records. Anything that will throw light on this puzzle will be welcome, especially any records showing Washington co., doings. Are there old tax lists, for instance: I doubt if M. L. Payne ever owned property there but if any of his children were born there would their names, and his, be on the record? Church records would hardly be useful, considering the "frivolous" nature of the man but possibly his wife belonged to either Utica or Pekin Baptist church before they were married. If so, the date of her dismissal might be found. Both M. L. Payne and his wife d. at Waxahachie, Tex., he Ja. 22-23, 1926 (d. in the night, in his sleep, hence the uncertainty) and she Sp. 25, 1928, and are, I presume, buried there. They had 8 chn., with several of whom I've corresponded.

Children of Manen Lot Payne and Martha Jane Payne

Margaret Melinda Payne

F, b. 9 February 1872, d. 28 March 1974
     Margaret Melinda Payne was also known as "Maggie". She was born on 9 February 1872 at Salem, Washington Co., IN. She was the daughter of Manen Lot Payne and Martha Jane Payne. Margaret Melinda Payne married George Daniel Peak, son of John Pirtle Peak and Sarah E. Coy, on 16 December 1894 at Ellis Co., TX. Margaret Melinda Payne died on 28 March 1974 at Silsbee, Hardin Co., TX, at age 102. She was buried in 1974 at Guedry Cemetery, Batson, Hardin Co., TX.
Note: MEMOIR - Margaret Lee "Maggie Lee" (Peak) Yarbro-Williams

Mama had a fever when she was a young girl. It left her slightly palsied. She taught school for a while before she married. It was hard for her to write. Her wedding ring was made from a twenty dollar gold piece and was heavy for a ring. If we did anything wrong, she would thump us on the head. Dad caught her one day and made her stop.

Children of Margaret Melinda Payne and George Daniel Peak

Marguerite Evelyn Payne

F, b. December 1898
     Marguerite Evelyn Payne was born in December 1898 at Sangamon Co., IL.1 She was the daughter of Stephen Matthew Payne and Lou P. Defraites.1 Marguerite Evelyn Payne married Arthur Wattling, son of James Wattling and Penelope Nellie Windle, on 28 June 1916, no children.

Citations

  1. [S1018] 1900 Federal Census, Sangamon County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 342 - 344; FHL #1240342 - 44.

Marie Josephine Payne

F, b. circa 1919
     Marie Josephine Payne was born circa 1919 at Marion Co. (probably), IN. She was the daughter of Victor Grover Payne and Suzanne A. (?)

Marion J. Payne

M, b. 3 April 1844, d. 27 February 1849
     Marion J. Payne was born on 3 April 1844 at South Boston, Washington Co., IN. He was the son of Lewis Payne and Susannah Dawalt. Marion J. Payne died on 27 February 1849 at Washington Co., IN, at age 4. He was buried in 1849.

Martha A. Payne1

F, b. 3 August 1828, d. 9 January 1916
     Martha A. Payne was born on 3 August 1828 at Hawkins Co., TN.1 She married Jacob Rose, son of Allen Berry Rose and Mary Ault, on 12 May 1849 at Washington Co., TN. Martha A. Payne died on 9 January 1916 at Sullivan Co., TN, at age 87. She was buried in January 1916 at New Bethel Cemetery, Piney Flats, Sullivan Co., TN, Find A Grave Memorial# 153531764.

Child of Martha A. Payne and Jacob Rose

Citations

  1. [S1872] 1900 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1601; FHL #1241601.

Martha Blanche Payne

F, b. 3 July 1884, d. 31 January 1957
     Martha Blanche Payne was born on 3 July 1884 at Washington Co., IN. She was the daughter of Lewis Cass Payne and Ferebee Ellen Brickey. Martha Blanche Payne married John Virgil Mitchell, son of Caleb Cornelius Mitchell and Caroline Shirley, on 18 August 1918 at Gibson Twp., Washington Co., IN. Martha Blanche Payne died on 31 January 1957 at age 72. She was buried in February 1957 at Crown Hill Cemetery, Salem, Washington Co., IN.

Children of Martha Blanche Payne and John Virgil Mitchell

Martha Jane Payne

F, b. 21 May 1847, d. 25 September 1928
     Martha Jane Payne was born on 21 May 1847 at Washington Co., IN. She was the daughter of William Payne and Elizabeth Dawalt. Martha Jane Payne married Manen Lot Payne, son of Moses Payne and Winnie Tarks, on 16 May 1867. Martha Jane Payne died on 25 September 1928 at Ellis Co., TX, at age 81. She was buried in September 1928 at Waxahachie City Cemetery, Waxahachie, Ellis Co., TX.

Children of Martha Jane Payne and Manen Lot Payne

Mary Ann Payne

F, b. 20 January 1820, d. 15 June 1884
     Mary Ann Payne was also known as "Polly Ann". She was born on 20 January 1820 at Tennessee.1 She was the daughter of Joseph C. Payne and Anna Johnson. Mary Ann Payne married Newton S. Snapp, son of John Snapp and Elizabeth Cook, on 18 February 1840 at Washington Co., TN. Mary Ann Payne married Larkin Bennett before 21 August 1850.1 Mary Ann Payne lived in 1850 at Dallas Co., MO.1 She died on 15 June 1884 at Polk Co., MO, at age 64.

Children of Mary Ann Payne and Newton S. Snapp

Children of Mary Ann Payne and Larkin Bennett

Citations

  1. [S2379] 1850 Federal Census, Dallas County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 398.
  2. [S694] 1860 Federal Census, Polk County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 641; FHL #803641.

Mary Ann Payne

F, b. 26 December 1879, d. 25 July 1946
     Mary Ann Payne was born on 26 December 1879 at Cuyahoga Co., OH. She was the daughter of Herbert Henry Payne and Margarethe McCasland. Mary Ann Payne married Mortimer Angell Trotter, son of Mortimer L. Trotter and Adelaide Angell, on 21 December 1900 at Cuyahoga Co., OH. Mary Ann Payne died on 25 July 1946 at Cuyahoga Co., OH, at age 66.

Children of Mary Ann Payne and Mortimer Angell Trotter

Mary Ann Payne

F, b. circa 1830
     Mary Ann Payne was born circa 1830 at Washington Co. (probably), IN. She was the daughter of William Payne and Elizabeth Dawalt. Mary Ann Payne died.

Mary Catherine Payne

F, b. circa 1913
     Mary Catherine Payne was born circa 1913 at Jackson Co., IN. She was the daughter of Jordan M. Payne and Almira Josie Bowers.

Mary Ellen Payne

F, b. 10 September 1858, d. 21 December 1940
     Mary Ellen Payne was born on 10 September 1858 at Washington Co., IN.1 She was the daughter of William Harvey Payne and Harriet Hartley. Mary Ellen Payne married Charles Albertus Boling, son of Isaac N. Boling and Anna Stanley, on 26 April 1877 at Salem, Washington Co., IN. Mary Ellen Payne died on 21 December 1940 at Bentonville, Benton Co., AR, at age 82 OBITUARY Bentonville Weekly Newspaper, December 1949

Mrs. Mary Ellen Payne Boling, age 82, and wife of the late C.A. Boling died at her home in southwest Bentonville at midnight Saturday night. She was born September 10, 1858, at Salem, IN, and was married to the late C. A. Boling in Indiana. She moved to Bentonville 44 years ago. She was a member of the Nazarene Church. She is survived by her sons, Ellis N. Boling, Ketchum, OK, Lon B. Boling, Tenino, WA, Paul Boling, Neodesha, KA, Dale Boling, R.D. Boling and S.P. Boling, all of Bentonville, and three daughters, Dora McClintic, Miami, OK, Florence Boling and Belle Boling both of Bentonville. There are 26 grchildren, 18 gr-grandchildren, and 2 gr-gr-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Monday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at the Nazarene Church, Pastor J.F. Hamm officiating. Burial will follow in the Bentonville cemetery with the services of the Burns Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Ben Boling, Tulsa OK, Harold McClintic, Commerce, OK, Raymond McClintic, Kansas City MO, Cleo Boling, Max Boling and Truman Boling, all of Bentonville.

She was buried in December 1940 at Bentonville Cemetery, Bentonville, Benton Co., AR.

Children of Mary Ellen Payne and Charles Albertus Boling

Citations

  1. [S2090] 1860 Federal Census, Washington County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 306; FHL #803306.

Mary Grace Payne

F, b. 28 February 1912, d. 2 April 1965
     Mary Grace Payne was born on 28 February 1912 at Remington, Jasper Co., IN. She was the daughter of Alonzo Emmett Payne and Florence Muriel Grubb. Mary Grace Payne married Evert Allen Hunter, son of Charles H. Hunter and Daisy E. (?), on 14 May 1933. Mary Grace Payne died on 2 April 1965 at Marion Co., IN, at age 53. Cause of death: uterine cancer.

Mary J. Payne1

F, b. circa 1846
     Mary J. Payne was born circa 1846 at Huntington Twp., Brown Co., OH.2,1 She was the daughter of George Payne and Margaret (?)1

Citations

  1. [S2470] 1870 Federal Census, Brown County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1175; FHL #552674.
  2. [S878] 1850 Federal Census, Brown County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 662.

Mary Louisa Payne

F, b. 17 January 1856, d. 22 January 1856
     Mary Louisa Payne was born on 17 January 1856 at Washington Co., IN. She was the daughter of Jeremiah Lewis Payne and Catherine Mull. Mary Louisa Payne died on 22 January 1856 at Washington Co., IN. She was buried in January 1856 at Anderson-Payne Cemetery, South Boston, Washington Co., IN.

Mary Lucretia Payne

F, b. 24 September 1892, d. 30 August 1926
     Mary Lucretia Payne was also known as "Lucy". She was born on 24 September 1892 at Washington Co., IN. She was the daughter of Lewis Cass Payne and Ferebee Ellen Brickey. Mary Lucretia Payne married Roscoe Ray Newlon, son of Richard Rosencrantz Newlon and Arvada Belle Cauble, on 26 February 1916 at Washington Co., IN. Mary Lucretia Payne died on 30 August 1926 at age 33. She was buried in September 1926 at Crown Hill Cemetery, Salem, Washington Co., IN, Findagrave #83648849.

Children of Mary Lucretia Payne and Roscoe Ray Newlon

Mary Matilda Payne

F, b. 26 June 1863, d. 11 September 1865
     Mary Matilda Payne was born on 26 June 1863 at Franklin Twp., Washington Co., IN. She was the daughter of Jeremiah Lewis Payne and Catherine Mull. Mary Matilda Payne died on 11 September 1865 at Washington Co., IN, at age 2. She was buried in September 1865 at Anderson-Payne Cemetery, South Boston, Washington Co., IN.

Maude Evelyn Payne

F, b. 4 January 1878, d. 27 April 1954
     Maude Evelyn Payne was born on 4 January 1878 at Washington Twp., Washington Co., IN. She was the daughter of Lewis Cass Payne and Ferebee Ellen Brickey. Maude Evelyn Payne married Herschel H. Tatlock, son of Charles Elwood Tatlock and Jemima Ann Weir, on 29 April 1906 at Washington Co., IN. Maude Evelyn Payne died on 27 April 1954 at Tipton Co., TN, at age 76. She was buried in April 1954 at Munford Cemetery, Covington, Tipton Co., TN.

Children of Maude Evelyn Payne and Herschel H. Tatlock

Morris Alva Payne

M, b. 20 March 1912, d. 2 December 1991
     Morris Alva Payne was born on 20 March 1912 at Washington Co., IN. He was the son of William Lebert Payne and Zella F. Motsinger. Morris Alva Payne married Leota Lucille Leonard, daughter of Edward M. Leonard and Della Elizabeth Brown, on 16 May 1934. Morris Alva Payne died on 2 December 1991 at Salem, Washington Co., IN, at age 79 OBITUARY - The Salem, Indiana Leader, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 1991:

Former city councilman, fair board president, dies
     Morris A. Payne, 79, of Salem died Monday, December 2, 1991 at 6:30 a.m. at his home.
     Mr. Payne was a prominent member of the community and life-long resident of Washington County. He was a former member of the Salem City Council, past president of the Washington County Fair Board, and former member of the Salem Planning and Zoning Commission. He was the former president of the old Morris Payne Farm Implement Company of Salem.
     He was a member of the K of P Lodge, the Salem Lions Club, Salem Exchange Club, and the Fraternal Order of Police. He was also a member of the Olive Branch Primitive Baptist Church.
     He was born March 20, 1912, in Pekin to William L. Payne and Zella Motsinger Payne. He married Lucille Leonard Payne May 16, 1934, who preceded him in death Saturday, November 30, 1991.
     Mr. Payne is survived by one son, Bernard G. Payne of Salem; two daughters, Helen June Schwein of Pittsboro, Indiana, and Sandra F. Day of Salem; two sisters, Elsie Walker of Greenwood, Indiana, and Geneva Cornwell of Salem; seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and three step-great-grandchildren.
     Visitation is from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. Wednesday.

He was buried in December 1991 at Olive Branch Cemetery, Polk Twp., Washington Co., IN.