John Davault1

M, b. 18 August 1818
     John Davault was born on 18 August 1818 at Washington Co. (probably), TN.1 He was the son of Jacob Davault and Mary Hodges.1 John Davault married Mary Elizabeth Hutchison on 24 August 1843 at Crawford Co., MO.1

Citations

  1. [S1285] 1850 Federal Census, Crawford County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 397.

John Aldred Davault

M, b. 31 March 1878, d. 20 February 1962
     John Aldred Davault was born on 31 March 1878 at Linn, Osage Co., MO.1,2 He was the son of Roland Davault and Josephine Shuey. John Aldred Davault married Alice Thorp, daughter of Thomas J. Thorp and Nancy J. (?), on 10 June 1904 at Rolla, Phelps Co., MO. John Aldred Davault died on 20 February 1962 at St. James, Phelps Co., MO, at age 83. He was buried on 22 February 1962 at Saint James Cemetery, St. James, Phelps Co., MO, Findagrave #204648380.

Citations

  1. [S4039] 1880 Federal Census, Franklin County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 686; FHL #1254686.
  2. [S5170] 1910 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 797; FHL #1374810.

John Clark DaVault

M, b. 11 October 1866, d. 5 November 1871
     John Clark DaVault was born on 11 October 1866 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. He was the son of Henry Davault and Caroline Euphemia Clark. John Clark DaVault died on 5 November 1871 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO, at age 5. Cause of death: Diptheria.

John D. DaVault

M, b. 2 October 1841, d. 24 October 1843
     John D. DaVault was born on 2 October 1841 at Montgomery Co., MO. He was the son of Henry DaVault and Mary Virginia Smith Maughs. John D. DaVault died on 24 October 1843 at Montgomery Co., MO, at age 2. He was buried on 30 October 1895 at Section 2, Block 56, New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO, moved to New Florence Cemetery from original burial in the Davault family burial plot across the road from the Peter Davault home/tavern.

Julia Fern Davault1

F, b. 20 December 1908, d. 7 July 1978
     Julia Fern Davault was born on 20 December 1908 at Pratt Co. (probably), KS.1 She was the daughter of Frederick Adolph Davault and Alma Sue Dyerly.1 Julia Fern Davault married Wilbert Huston Brehm, son of Andrew John Brehm and Emma Margaret Gimpel, on 9 July 1927 at Kiowa, Barber Co., KS. Julia Fern Davault died on 7 July 1978 at Bur, Pratt Co., KS, at age 69. She was buried in July 1978 at Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #76139882.

Child of Julia Fern Davault and Wilbert Huston Brehm

Citations

  1. [S2045] 1910 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 453; FHL #1374466.
  2. [S2050] 1940 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1252.

Juliet Emma DaVault

F, b. circa 1871, d. 1957
     Juliet Emma DaVault was born circa 1871 at Jonesburg, Montgomery Co., MO, age 9 as of the 1880 census -- a few years seem to have been lost in later censuses. Headstone shows 1876.1 She was the daughter of Abraham DaVault and Medora E. Jones. Juliet Emma DaVault married Justus M. Pfaff, son of Henry Pfaff and Rebecca Miller, on 12 June 1895.
Note:

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Mapelwood, Mo. News - The St. Louis Republic, November 23, 1902, PART III, Page 7, Image 33; (Library of Congress, Chronicling America; Internet):

Mrs. Pfaff of Old Manchester road is entertaining her mother and sister, Mrs. Davault and Miss Davault of Jonesburg, Mo.

Juliet Emma DaVault died in 1957

Obituary -- Warrenton Banner, Warrenton, Missouri; Thursday, May 9, 1957; Page 6 (Newspapers.com)

Juliet Pfaff, daughter of Medora and Abraham Davault, was born in Jonesburg June 12, 1870, where she spent most of her early life and where she grew up to young womanhood.

On June 12, 1895, she was united in marriage to Justus M. Pfaff of St. Louis and moved to St. Louis to make their home. To this union one son, Justus, was born on July 4, 1909. Mrs. Pfaff joined the Cabanne Methodist Church, then later the West Presbyterian Church where she was a member at the time of her death.

Mrs. Pfaff passed away Sunday in St. Louis at 2 p.m. May 5, after a lingering illness. Her parents, her sister, Anna Theresa Davault, and her husband, Justus Pfaff, have preceded her in death. She is survived by her son, Justus, numbers of cousins, other kindred and friends. Her remains were brought to the Harding Funeral Home Sunday, and last rites were held in her honor Monday afternoon, May 6, with the Rev. Howard D. Hardeman, pastor of the Jonesburg Methodist Church officiating.

Her body was laid to rest beside other members of her family in the Jonesburg Cemetery. Mrs. Pfaff was a charter member of the Hardin Camp Chapter D.A.R. She was very musical and her home was always open to her relatives and friends. She was a devoted mother and was known to all for her unlimited generosity. Mrs. Pfaff was a niece of the late Mrs. Ward Ebert, Mrs. Blanche Purl, Miss Maude Jones and other sisters and brothers of the Jones family. --Contributed.

She was buried in 1957 at Jonesburg City Cemetery, Jonesburg, Montgomery Co., MO, Findagrave #173733994.

Child of Juliet Emma DaVault and Justus M. Pfaff

Citations

  1. [S2252] 1880 Federal Census, Audrain County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 672; FHL #1254672.

Katherine Davault

F, b. 3 December 1904, d. 14 January 1991
     Katherine Davault was born on 3 December 1904 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. She was the daughter of Emmett Creigh Davault and Rebecca Sturgis. Katherine Davault was educated; Attended school at Tulsa, OK, and Santa Ana, CA. She married Roswell Ferris Reid on 5 June 1925, no children. Katherine Davault lived at Santa Ana, Orange Co., CA. She died on 14 January 1991 at Orange Co., CA, at age 86.

Katherine Clare DaVault

F, b. 19 October 1884, d. 4 February 1964
     Katherine Clare DaVault was born on 19 October 1884 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. She was the daughter of Alfred DaVault and Elizabeth Gardner. Katherine Clare DaVault married Henry Howard Nunnelly, son of Henry Nunnelly and Nanny Scott, on 27 September 1911 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO,
From the New Florence Leader:

Nunnelly -- Davault.

A beautiful home wedding was solemnized Wednesday evening, September 27, 1911, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Davault, when their daughter, Katharyn Clare, became the bride of Mr. Howard Nunnelly.
Promptly at 8:00 o'clock, the strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding March, played by Miss Edith Davault, sister of the bride, announced the approach of the bridal party. The bride and groom, preceded by the attendants, Miss Susie Pemberton and Mr. Herbert Davault, advanced to the bay window, which had been converted by means of flowers and ferns into a bower of beauty for the occasion where the Rev. Rigg in an impressive manner performed the wedding ceremony. The bridal party then led the way to the tastefully appointed dining room where an elegant supper was served.
The petite and winsome bride never looked more charming than in her wedding gown of soft white silk over white satin, with trimmings of white lace and pearl passamentra over which fell the bridal veil held in place over a wreath of orange blossoms. The bridesmaid was also attired in white silk with trimmings of hand embroidery and lace. The groom and groomsman both wore the conventional black.
They were the recipients of many handsome and useful presents which betokened the high esteem of a wide circle of friends.
The bride is a highly cultured young lady, and has been for a number of years one of the popular teachers of this and adjoining counties.
The groom is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nunnelly of this place and is a model young man in every respect and well worthy of the bride he has chosen.
They will go to housekeeping at once in the Locke cottage in the east end of town, where the best wishes of their many friends for a long and prosperous journey through life attend them.

Katherine Clare DaVault died on 4 February 1964 at age 79. She was buried in February 1964 at New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO.

Child of Katherine Clare DaVault and Henry Howard Nunnelly

Kitty DaVault

F, b. 8 December 1873, d. 9 October 1881
     Kitty DaVault was born on 8 December 1873. She was the daughter of Alfred DaVault and Sarah Corrine McNeily. Kitty DaVault died on 9 October 1881 at age 7.

Lillian M. Davault

F, b. 28 June 1884, d. 12 January 1965
     Lillian M. Davault was born on 28 June 1884 at Phelps Co. (probably), MO. She was the daughter of Roland Davault and Josephine Shuey. Lillian M. Davault married Thomas Rayford Drennen, son of George Plummer Drennen and Katherine Kevern, on 5 September 1906 at St. James, Phelps Co., MO. Lillian M. Davault died on 12 January 1965 at St. James, Phelps Co., MO, at age 80. She was buried in January 1965 at Saint James Cemetery, St. James, Phelps Co., MO, Findagrave #87775919.

Children of Lillian M. Davault and Thomas Rayford Drennen

Lillian Mae DaVault

F, b. 10 June 1887, d. February 1975
     Lillian Mae DaVault was born on 10 June 1887. She was the daughter of Alfred DaVault and Elizabeth Gardner. Occupation: Assistant postmaster at New Florence. Lillian Mae DaVault lived at Mexico, Audrain Co., MO. She died in February 1975 at Mexico, Audrain Co., MO, at age 87.

Louisa DaVault

F, b. 12 April 1827, d. 26 December 1886
     Note: Louise Davault was the tenth child of Frederick and Margaret Davault. She was born in 1827 at the Tavern in Leesburg, Tennessee. In November of 1847, a few months after the death of her father, Louise married Robert Rankin. He later became a Colonel. Louisa DaVault was born on 12 April 1827 at DeVault Tavern, Leesburg, Washington Co., TN. She was the daughter of Frederick DaVault and Margaret Range. Louisa DaVault married Col. Robert L. S. Rankin, son of David Rankin and Jane Bell Dinwiddie, on 9 November 1847 at Washington Co., TN. Louisa DaVault married Charles Gray Rankin, son of John Rankin and Louisa A. Gray, on 17 December 1857 at Washington Co., TN. Louisa DaVault died on 26 December 1886 at Greene Co., TN, at age 59. She was buried in December 1886 at Mt. Bethel Presbyterian Church, near Limestone, Washington Co., Greene Co., TN.

Children of Louisa DaVault and Col. Robert L. S. Rankin

Children of Louisa DaVault and Charles Gray Rankin

Lucinda Davault

F, b. April 1843
     Note: per Tracy Devault:

Dorothy (DeVault) Bicknell has a note in her genealogy of Henry Dewald of Pennsylvania to the effect that Emma (Childress) DeVault was a granddaughter of Henry and Kitty DeVault. If Dorothy is talking about Henry and Kitty (Gross) Dawalt, I can find no evidence to substantiate this claim. Emma was the daughter of William and Lucinda (Davault) Childress. There is an article (Families and History of Sullivan County Tennessee, Volume I, 1779 - 1992, Article 759 - Elijah E. Davault) that states that the Lucinda Davault (later DeVault) that married William Childress is the grandaughter of Daniel Davault and Mary Ann Roller. This means that she is not a descendant of our Henry Dewald of Pennsylvania. William and Lucinda (DeVault) Childress are buried in the Paperville Cemetery next to Henry DeVault Childress and his wife. Henry and Emma were brother and sister.

Lucinda Davault was born in April 1843 at Tennessee.1,2 She married William Henry Childress circa 1865.2

Child of Lucinda Davault and William Henry Childress

Citations

  1. [S1256] 1880 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1281; FHL #1255281.
  2. [S1872] 1900 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1601; FHL #1241601.

Marguerite Medora Davault1

F, b. 24 August 1914, d. 2 March 2001
     Marguerite Medora Davault was born on 24 August 1914 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, SS Applications and Claims Index (ancestry.com.)1 She was the daughter of Frederick Adolph Davault and Alma Sue Dyerly.1 Marguerite Medora Davault married Gilbert Evermont Talbot, son of Gilbert L. Talbot and Georgia F. Ward, circa 1934, This marriage apparently ended about 1940. In October, 1940 Gilbert was living in Hood County, Oregon and listed his father as his next of kin on his WW II draft registration. According to the Social Security Applications and Claims Index, by August, 1944 Marguerite was remarried to a Chambers. Marguerite Chambers is listed in several San Antonio, Texas, city directories during the late 1940s and early 1950s, where she worked as a clerk for a Chevrolet automobile dealer. The name of her Chambers husband was not found. Marguerite later married Roland W. "Rollie" Funk (1913 - 2000) on 14 OCT 1987 at Carson City, Nevada.

Marguerite Medora Davault lived on 10 April 1940 at Hutchinson, Reno Co., KS.2 She lived in 1948 at 2324 Pleasanton Road, San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX, city directory listing. She died on 2 March 2001 at DeKalb Co., GA, at age 86 per SSDI, last residence Stone Mountain (her daughter's home)

Death Notice -- Pratt Tribune, The (KS); March 2, 2001:

Marguerite M. (Davault) Funk
STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. -- Marguerite M. (Davault) Funk, 86, formerly of Pratt, died March 1. Services are pending with Larrison Mortuary.

She was buried in March 2001 at Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #130990805.

Citations

  1. [S2051] 1920 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 545.
  2. [S3518] 1940 Federal Census, Reno County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1253.

Martha Catherine Davault1

F, b. 24 August 1834, d. 6 August 1918
     Martha Catherine Davault was born on 24 August 1834 at Bluff City, Sullivan Co., TN.1 She was the daughter of Henry Davault and Matilda Weaver.1 Martha Catherine Davault married William Anderson Cross, son of Jesse Cross and Susannah Hicks, on 9 November 1854 at Sullivan Co., TN. Martha Catherine Davault died on 6 August 1918 at age 83. She was buried in August 1918 at Cross Cemetery, Piney Flats, Sullivan Co., TN.

Citations

  1. [S1277] 1850 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 897.

Martha Ellen Davault

F, b. 30 October 1901, d. 27 February 1997
     Martha Ellen Davault was born on 30 October 1901 at Mineola, Montgomery Co., MO.1 She was the daughter of William Frederick Davault and Catherine Beal Benson. Occupation: Public School Teacher between 1920 and 1930. Martha Ellen Davault was educated; Attended the University of Missouri. She married Hugh Robert Crabtree, son of Walter R. Crabtree and Mary Adele Wells, on 29 June 1931 at Tremonton, Cache Co., UT. Martha Ellen Davault died on 27 February 1997 at Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Co., WA, at age 95. She was buried on 4 March 1997 at Riverside Cemetery, Emmett, Gem Co., ID.
Note:


When Martha was about four years old she was hoeing with a toy hoe one evening and flipped a grass stem or small stick into her eye near the pupil. Her parents drove her 15 miles to the doctor in Montgomery City in a buggy. Not really wanting a drink, but frightened and used to stopping at Rock Well for picnics when traveling, she demanded a drink from Rock Well. Rather than cause her to cry, her father stopped in the dark to get her a drink from the spring. The Montgomery doctor arranged for the train to make an unscheduled stop at Montgomery City and he and Martha's mother took Martha to a specialist in St. Louis to remove the stick. This whole business took all night. In the morning Martha and her mother went to Cousin Bell Benson's house and the doctor to friends or relatives in the same general area of St. Louis to rest until catching the afternoon train back to Montgomery City where Martha's father met them with the buggy.

When Martha was about six years old she got a bean stuck up her nose and was again taken to the doctor. The bean came out before the trip was completed though Martha never told anyone because she wanted to see a friend.

The Benson family had been fond of good horses and Martha's mother, Katie (Benson) Davault, had
inherited at least one and possibly more horses from her parents or acquired them when she and her husband purchased the Benson homestead. Martha's horse, Beauty, was the half-Tennessee-Walker offspring of Topsy, one of the Benson's high-schooled horses. Her family used Topsy to pull the buggy because she was a bit rough riding. Martha claimed that the high stepping showy Tennessee Walkers of today's show ring have been developed in modern times. The Tennessee Walkers of her day had the smooth distance-eating gaits for the traveler, but held their heads low, the neck level with the back. While she admired show horses and loved to attend horse shows, she always said that to her Beauty was beautiful. She had many stories to tell involving Beauty. One day Martha was visited by a young man who came calling to impress her with his new horse. Martha was peeved at him for she knew he had called upon another girl on a farm in the vicinity and finding she was not at home made the Davault home his next stop. With showing off as his goal, he suggested they go riding. Beauty's gaits were faultless, nor could she be out-distanced. Martha was enjoying the comparison and by now she was gloating! Frustrated, the young man turned his horse toward a fence and sailed over. At this point, Martha became a little concerned for she had never taken Beauty over a high fence; however she decided that Beauty was smart enough to simply refuse to jump if the fence were too high. Besides, this was a good opportunity to put that fellow in his place! Pretending this was something she did every day and hiding her worry, Martha turned Beauty towards the high fence and sailed over with no hesitation and room to spare. A very cocky young man was thoroughly out-shown and Martha said she wasn't the least bit sorry he never came calling again.
After high school, Martha taught at one-room country schools, living at home and riding Beauty to school each day. At one school, not a great distance from her home, but in a direction she did not regularly travel and therefore did not know the locals, she was warned by the head of the school board of several older boys with the reputation of running off previous teachers with their loutish, bullying ways. This gentleman insisted on going to school with Martha the first day so he could introduce her and lecture the troublesome boys. Martha decided the best thing she could do was to start out as she intended to carry on. When the class was assembled and before the head of the school board could open his mouth, she sized up the potential troublemakers, chose the largest and most swaggering boy; easily a head taller than herself and one she had heard came from a family with livestock and said, "You look like you might know about animals." When the startled boy replied of course he did, he knew all about taking care of animals, Martha told him she was very particular about Beauty but perhaps if he felt he could handle the job he could take care of her horse each day. Not one day of trouble did she have out of the so-called troublemakers. Martha went to school in Fulton, Missouri as did her sister. Jackson Benson, Martha's uncle, was said to have hidden a large sum of money somewhere on the old Eden Benson homestead and died without revealing its whereabouts. It was thought by some that the slave, Cicero, may have known where the money was hidden and used the knowledge to better his own position, for he somehow came to have his own cabin after the Emancipation Proclamation. The theories abounded and there were times when family members would return home to find evidence of persons having searched the property. Interest in finding the money carried over to 1920 when Martha's father tore the old house down. The day he tore down the chimneys, a crowd of neighbors gathered to watch, curious as to whether the treasure would be found hidden behind the stones. Even Martha conducted searches when she was quite young. After her father diverted the runoff from the hillside, Martha would ride her horse along the original drainage ravine looking for eroded places along the banks that might expose a treasure box. One time she even pulled the plaster from the wall in her bedroom when she imagined the crack under the window might be widened to allow access to a hiding place. It was empty.
Stories provided by her daughter, Catherine Adele (Crabtree) Cook, 1974.

Citations

  1. [S5250] 1910 Federal Census, Callaway County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 774; FHL #1374787.

Martha Frances Davault1

F, b. 26 February 1870, d. 26 May 1900
     Martha Frances Davault was also known as "Frances".1 Martha Frances Davault was also known as "Mattie".2 She was born on 26 February 1870 at Maries Co., MO.2 She was the daughter of John Davault and Matilda Jane Bowen. Martha Frances Davault married William James Gorman, son of Matthew Gorman and Mary Elizabeth Connell, on 27 November 1889. Martha Frances Davault died on 26 May 1900 at age 30

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Saint James Leader-Journal, June 1, 1900

Mrs. Fanny Devault Gorman, after a most painfull and distressing illness of ten months, peacefully passed away on Saturday, May 26, 1900.

She was born in Maries county on the 26th day of February, 1870, and was married to William J. Gorman, at the bride's home, in the presence of near relatives on Nov. 27, 1889.
Although everything possible known to the medical preofession was ministered and human sympathy had spent itself in vain, the physicians were forced to the the awful verdict that she must die. Long and trying had been her sickness, and a change for the better would inspire hope in the hearts of anxious watchers, until finally the summons came and her voice was stilled in death.

The funeral services were conducted from the Methodist church by Rev. John C. Sanue.

She had been a consecrated member of the Baptist church for several years, and during her illness would calmly talk to her heavenly home beyond the shores of this life. Relatives and anxiious friends were about her bedside, and to them she had a parting word. Calm as in the midst of vigorous life, she spoke of her departure to a beautiful land beyond the sun, and it was a well known fact by all who were present that this was a happy death-bed scene. She leaves a devoted father and mother, a loving husband, one brother and two sons and one daughter aged respectively 8, 6 and 2 years to mourn her demise.
Sorrowing friends joined the cortege in its march to the grave in the Masonic cemetery, and there, beneath the sod on which were placed sweet flowers, the tribute of sad hearts, we left her knowing that in heaven there is rest for her. A. FRIEND.

She was buried in May 1900 at Saint James Cemetery, Saint James, Phelps Co., MO, Findagrave #86139982.

Children of Martha Frances Davault and William James Gorman

Citations

  1. [S5169] 1880 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 709; FHL #1254709.
  2. [S1283] 1870 Federal Census, Maries County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 791; FHL #552290.
  3. [S1278] 1900 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 880 - 881; FHL #1240880 - 81.

Mary Davault

F, b. 27 July 1846, d. 11 October 1860
     Mary Davault was born on 27 July 1846 at Washington Co., TN.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Davault and Salina Galloway. Mary Davault died on 11 October 1860 at Macoupin Co., IL, at age 14. She was buried in October 1860 at Range Cemetery, South Palmyra, Macoupin Co., IL.

Citations

  1. [S467] 1850 Federal Census, Washington County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 898.

Mary Ann DaVault

F, b. 1 January 1818, d. 18 September 1868
     Note: Mary Ann Davault was the third child of Frederick and Margaret Davault. She was born January 1, 1818, on the joint homestead of Frederick and Valentine Davault. On May 28, 1838 she married James W. Duncan. James was the son of Joseph Duncan who lived five miles from the tavern. Joseph was an elder in the Presbyterian Church at Leesburg. James spent most of his life in the mercantile business in Greene County, Tennessee. For a while he was in partnership with his brother Joseph Duncan, Jr. Joseph, Jr. had married Mary's sister, Elizabeth.

Russell (Frederick Russell) DeVault had this to say in regard to the Duncans: "Uncle Jim (James W.) was dressy and smart. Generally wore fine shirts, stand up collars and a high silk hat. I never knew a Duncan that was not a Presbyterian -- Scotch people -- Blue Stocking type."

In the settlement of her father's estate in 1850 there appears this notation: "Paid to James W. Duncan and wife and son, $656.01." Apparently Mary and James had a son, but no other information is known. Mary was living in Charlotte, North Carolina at the time of her death.

Mary Ann DaVault was born on 1 January 1818 at DeVault's Ford, Washington Co., TN. She was the daughter of Frederick DaVault and Margaret Range. Mary Ann DaVault married James Whitfield Duncan, son of Joseph Duncan and Molly Allison, on 24 May 1838 at Washington Co., TN. Mary Ann DaVault died on 18 September 1868 at Charlotte, Mecklenberg Co., NC, at age 50.

Mary Ann Davault1

F, b. circa 1846, d. 21 May 1873
     Mary Ann Davault was born circa 1846 at Bourbois Twp., Gasconade Co., MO.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Harvey Davault and Alvira Foley.1 Mary Ann Davault married William F. Scantlin, son of John B. Scantlin and Mahala (?), circa 1867.2 Mary Ann Davault died on 21 May 1873 at St. James Twp., Phelps Co., MO.

Children of Mary Ann Davault and William F. Scantlin

Citations

  1. [S1280] 1850 Federal Census, Gasconade County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 399.
  2. [S1281] 1870 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 797; FHL #552296.
  3. [S1284] 1880 Federal Census, Gasconade County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 686; FHL #1254686.

Mary Elvira Davault

F, b. 27 September 1876, d. 7 October 1881
     Mary Elvira Davault was born on 27 September 1876. She was the daughter of Samuel Harvey Davault and Ruth Alice Blain. Mary Elvira Davault died on 7 October 1881 at age 5. She was buried in October 1881 at Scantlin Cemetery, Phelps Co., MO, Findagrave #86301218.

Mary Emma Davault

F, b. 15 November 1882, d. 22 November 1884
     Mary Emma Davault was born on 15 November 1882 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. She was the daughter of Frederick Davault and Margaret Ellen McCleary. Mary Emma Davault died on 22 November 1884 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO, at age 2. Cause of death: on 22 November 1884 Diptheria. She was buried in November 1884 at New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO.

Mary Etta Davault

F, b. 2 December 1876, d. 25 April 1953
     Mary Etta Davault was also known as "Mollie".1 She was born on 2 December 1876 at Missouri Possibly born in Osage County, where her brother John was born.2 She was the daughter of Roland Davault and Josephine Shuey. Mary Etta Davault married William James Gorman, son of Matthew Gorman and Mary Elizabeth Connell, on 24 December 1901 at Phelps Co., MO. Mary Etta Davault died on 25 April 1953 at age 76. She was buried in April 1953 at Saint James Cemetery, Saint James, Phelps Co., MO, Findagrave #86140206.
Note: Mary was a first cousin of William's first wife, Mattie Davault.

Children of Mary Etta Davault and William James Gorman

Citations

  1. [S5170] 1910 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 797; FHL #1374810.
  2. [S4039] 1880 Federal Census, Franklin County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 686; FHL #1254686.
  3. [S1156] 1920 Federal Census, Saint Louis Independent City. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Rolls 947 - 961.

Mary Ida Davault1

F, b. circa 1873
     Mary Ida Davault was born circa 1873 at Maries Co., MO.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Davault and Sarah A. Moore.1

Citations

  1. [S5168] 1880 Federal Census, Maries County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 702; FHL #1254702.

Mary Magdalene Davault

F, b. 11 November 1841, d. 16 June 1843
     Mary Magdalene Davault was born on 11 November 1841 at Sullivan Co. (probably), TN. She was the daughter of Henry Davault and Matilda Weaver. Mary Magdalene Davault died on 16 June 1843 at age 1. She was buried in June 1843 at Cross Cemetery, Piney Flats, Sullivan Co., TN.

Mary Margaret DaVault

F, b. 21 November 1836, d. 26 April 1913
     Mary Margaret DaVault was born on 21 November 1836 at Danville, Montgomery Co., MO. She was the daughter of Henry DaVault and Mary Virginia Smith Maughs. Mary Margaret DaVault married Thomas Jefferson Powell, son of James Powell and Nancy Sheller, on 17 May 1853 at Montgomery Co., MO. Mary Margaret DaVault died on 26 April 1913 at Montgomery Co., MO, at age 76. She was buried in 1913 at New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO.

Children of Mary Margaret DaVault and Thomas Jefferson Powell

Mary Virginia DaVault

F, b. 11 December 1853, d. 7 March 1858
     Mary Virginia DaVault was born on 11 December 1853 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. She was the daughter of Peter Davault and Mary Virginia Hoss. Mary Virginia DaVault died on 7 March 1858 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO, at age 4. She was buried in March 1858 at Section 1, Block 56, New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO.

Maude Davault1

F, b. August 1889
     Maude Davault was born in August 1889 at Gasconade or Phelps Co., MO.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Davault and Lucinda Isabelle Blain.1

Citations

  1. [S1278] 1900 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 880 - 881; FHL #1240880 - 81.

Michael Weaver Davault1

M, b. 28 January 1832, d. 12 March 1912
     Michael Weaver Davault was born on 28 January 1832 at Indiana.1,2 He was the son of Henry Davault and Matilda Weaver.1 Michael Weaver Davault married Catherine Webb, daughter of David Webb and Sarah Jones, before 1855. Michael Weaver Davault began military service Civil War, Confederate Army. He died on 12 March 1912 at Piney Flats, Sullivan Co., TN, at age 80. He was buried in March 1912 at Holston Grove Lutheran Church Cemetery, Sullivan Co., TN.

Children of Michael Weaver Davault and Catherine Webb

Citations

  1. [S1277] 1850 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 897.
  2. [S1711] 1860 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1275; FHL #805275.
  3. [S2773] 1870 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1565; FHL #553064.

Mildred Marie Davault

F, b. 30 August 1919, d. 4 December 2007
     Mildred Marie Davault was born on 30 August 1919 at Mexico, Audrain Co., MO. She was the daughter of Bruce Thomas Davault and Gertrude Dunkin. Mildred Marie Davault married John Rogers Hendel, son of Charles A. Hendel and Helen Brelsford Higgins, on 7 December 1938 at Yuma, Yuma Co., AZ. Mildred Marie Davault lived at Cerritos, Los Angeles Co., CA. She died on 4 December 2007 at King Co., WA, at age 88.