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Zimmerman, Robert Lee (I175671)


They were married in the Holy Trinity Church and Samuel was buried in old Talley burial ground.
He was a warden at St. Martin's Church in 1758 and after, held his relationship with St. John's Church at Concord. Talley Book, Page 37. 
Talley, Samuel (I52433)

1870 census, AL, Crenshaw, p. 198, June 25, HH 168
CURTIS, John, M, 43, AL
CURTIS, Virginia, F, 29, Georgia
CURTIS, Martha, F, 16, AL
CURTIS, Mary, F, 14, AL
CURTIS, Augustus, M, 12, AL
CURTIS, Thomas, M, 10, AL
CURTIS, Elisabeth, F, 6, AL
CURTIS, John, M, 2, AL
ALLEN, Hartwell, M, 18, AL

1870 census, AL, Crenshaw, p. 198, June 25, HH 168
CURTIS, John, M, 43, AL
CURTIS, Virginia, F, 29, Georgia
CURTIS, Martha, F, 16, AL
CURTIS, Mary, F, 14, AL
CURTIS, Augustus, M, 12, AL
CURTIS, Thomas, M, 10, AL
CURTIS, Elisabeth, F, 6, AL
CURTIS, John, M, 2, AL
ALLEN, Hartwell, M, 18, AL
Curtis, John Blundell (I191966)

1880 census, IN, Tipton, Jefferson, p. 25, ed 135, June 14, HH 224/239
CLOUD, James, W, M, 61, IN, unknown
CLOUD, Ruth A, W, F, 56, wife, KY, unknown
CLOUD, Martha J, 26, dau, IN, IN, KY
Cloud, Willis, 22, son, IN, IN, KY
Cloud, James W. (I66358)

1900 census, TX, Dallas, Dallas, ed 134, 4-B, June 8, HH 73/73
CLOUD, Chas C, head, W, M, Apr 1870, 30, m 3 yrs, TX, TX, TX, farmer
CLOUD, Katie J., wife, W, F, Dec 1857, 42, m 3 yrs, 3/3 children, MD, MD, MD
BAUER, Ida P, dau, W, F, Jun 1880, 19, TX, TX, MD
BAUER, Erma, dau, W, F, Dec 1884, 15, TX, TX, MD
McCLUTER(?), John E, boarder, W, M, June 1871, 28, single, NC, NC, NC, farm laborer
1910 census, TX, Dallas, Dallas, ed 53, 9-A, April 26
165 Peabody, HH 169/181, CLOUD, Chas C, head, M, W, 40, widowed, TX, MO, MO, agent, real estate
BAUER, Erna, servant, F, W, 34, single, TX, TX, MD
1920 census, TX, Dallas, Dallas, ed 42, 24-A, Jan 29
1406 Peabody Ave, HH 482/552
CLOUD, Charles G, head, M, W, 48, TX, TN, MO, agent, real estate
BAUER, Dina, step-dau, F, W, 28, single, TX, TX, MD, none
1930 census, TX, Dallas, Dallas, ed 57-54, 23-A, April 9
1400 Peabody, HH 277/388
CLOUD, Charles, head, M, W, 60, m at 20, TX, TX, TX, salesman, real estate
CLOUD, Eula, wife, F, W, 47, m at 17, KY, KY, KY
RAGSDALE, Bernice, step-dau, F, W, 29, divorced, TX, TX, TX, clerk, dept store
RAGSDALE, Evelyn, dau, F, W, 11, TX, TX, TX
1940 census, TX, Dallas, Dallas, ed 255-162, 4-B, April 4
1400 Peabody, HH 94
CLOUD, Charlie G, head, M, W, 70, M, TX
CLOUD, Eula, wife, F, W, 57, M, KY
Cloud, Charles George (I73380)

1900 Census - Canton, Cherokee, GA - age 10
1910 Census - Militia Dist. 1529, Irwin, GA - age 20
1920 Census - Mullins, Cherokee, GA - age 30
1930 Census - Alpharetta, Milton, GA - age 40/militia district 1176

1900 Census - Canton, Cherokee, GA - age 10
1910 Census - Militia Dist. 1529, Irwin, GA - age 20
1920 Census - Mullins, Cherokee, GA - age 30
1930 Census - Alpharetta, Milton, GA - age 40/militia district 1176 
Cloud, Mary Estelle (I143313)

1900 Census - Mullins - Cherokee - GA - age 8
1920 Census - Cloverdale - Turner - GA - age 29
1930 Census - Cloverdale - Turner - GA - age 38 
Cloud, Eunice (I72404)

1920 Census - Cloverdale - Turner - GA - age 11
1930 census - Cloverdale - Turner - GA - age 21 
Padgett, Paul V. (I86246)

Adopted out on Dec 12, 1916. Sent to Oklahoma State Home at Pryor, Oklahoma Dec 5, 1916.
Name changed from Winnie to Martha Sutton by adoptive parents.
Died in 1971 according to "Cloud, Audra - Madison County Record Newspaper" 
Cloud, Martha Winford "Winnie" (I126252)

Allen Graham and Della Kelley were to be married, but the river had come on a big rise, and they couldn't get to the Justice of the Peace that they had set up the ceremony with.  Allen swam the swollen river, got their marriage certificate, and swam back with it.  Meanwhile, another Justice of the Peace had been summoned who happened to be on the right side of the river. Thus, the marriage took place in spite of the river. 
Graham, Allen (I77834)

Birth Certificate said that he was a twin and a female and his birthday is listed as Oct 19, 1911.
Sent to OK. State home at Pryor, OK. Dec. 5, 1916.
Adopted on Feb 13, 1918 By Thomas L. Fuller JR.  Source of "degree of adoption" County records in Laquiri, OK.  Adoption service in Okmulgee, OK.
Was in the Navy for about 3 years.
Driver for Alamo Fright Lines in Alice, TX in 1938.
Retired from East Texas Motor Freight Company in 1977 after 30 years.
Member of the Valley-Hi Church of the Nazarene for 45 years. 
Cloud (Fuller), Dewey Carl (I126253)

Birth:  Mar. 23, 1882
Death:  Feb. 11, 1883
Esther Cloud was the first child born to Henry S. Cloud and Mary E.Batson who are also buried in Batson Cemetery.
Cloud, Esther E. (I158361)

Blanche Cloud and Burl Fultz had seven children.  I have no names for these children. 
Cloud, Blanche (I152565)

Burton S Cloud was a private in the Civil War - Company B - 43rd Regiment - infantry.  His enlistment date is March 16, 1863 for the Confederacy.
Part list of Battles fought:
Fought on April 9, 1863 at Vicksburg, MS
Fought on May 4, 1863 at Vicksburg, MS
Burton Cloud was captured at Vicksburg, MS on July 4, 1863, and paroled there July 6, 1863.  Roll dated April 30, 1864, last on file, shows himpresent.  No later Information.
Other Battles:
Fought on May 25, 1863 at Vicksburg, MS
Fought on May 26, 1863 at Vicksburg, MS
Fought on June 16, 1863 at Vicksburg, MS
Fought on July 3, 1863 at Vicksburg, MS
Fought on July 4, 1863 at Vicksburg, MS/captured and paroled there July 6, 1863.
Fought on November 28, 1863 at Graysville, GA
1850 Census - Subdivision 26, Bradley, TN - age 1 (Berton L)
1860 Census - Canton, Cherokee, GA - age 10
1870 Census - Franklin, Johnson, Indiana - age 21/living with Nathan Perry family
1880 Census - Perry- Marion, Indiana - age 29
1900 Census - Militia Dist 849 - Cassville, Bartow, GA age 51/widowed/boarding with Cagle family
Possible marriage to Olive A. Shaw 
Cloud, Burton S. (I71375)

CARY HAMMOND CLOUD.  A quarter of a century of association with the business interests of Montpelier established for the late Cary Hammond Cloud a reputation for ability, integrity, resource and unflagging industry, and placed his name well to the front among those who have contributed to the prestige of this thriving Blackford county city.  Born in Jackson township, Wells county, Indiana, September 19, 1865, he was brought to Montpelier by his parents in 1868, and before his school days had closed he had identified himself with the jewelry business, with which he was most prominently and honorably associated until his death, which occurred March 7, 1911.  His career was characterized by a strict adherence to the highest business principles and was a credit to his community, to his training and to the business which he represented.
Noah and Lydia (Pugh) Cloud, the grandparents of Cary H. Cloud, were natives of Pennsylvania, the former being of Scotch ancestry, and the latter of French descent.  In 1840 they came West as far as Highland county, Ohio, bringing with them their children, among them: William, born June 14, 1836; Margaret, who is now the wife of Percival E. Johnson; and John, who was married in Blackford county to Emma Buckland, and became first a farmer and later a furniture dealer of Montpelier, and died in this county in November, 1913, after several years of retirement.  His widow now lives on North Main Street, Montpelier, and has a son, Bruce, an oil worker, who is married and has two children.
William Cloud, the father of Cary H. Cloud, was a child of four years when taken to Highland county, Ohio, subsequently went with them to Grant county, Indiana, and in 1851 located with the family in Wells county, Indiana, on a farm in Jackson township.  There he grew to manhood and was married November 24, 1861, to Mary Hammond, who was born in Darke county, Ohio, November 11, 1843.  After his marriage William Cloud lived in Wells county until 1868, in which year he brought his family to Montpelier, becoming a dealer in hardware and stoves.  He was thus successfully engaged until 1883, when he established the first livery business at Montpelier.  Through good management and business judgment he succeeded in making this a prosperous venture and continued to conduct it until his retirement, at which time he went to live at the home of his eldest daughter, Mrs. Alpha Henderson, and is now, in spite of his seventy-six years, is hale and hearty.  His wife died in 1878.  He is a faithful member of the Church of Christ, at Montpelier, as was his wife.  Mr. Cloud is a democrat.  The following children were born to William and Mary Cloud: Alpha E., who is the wife of Grant Henderson, a grocer of Indianapolis, and has one child, Mary, fourteen years of age and attending high school; Cary Hammond; Lucy, the wife of Edward J. Hanrahan, an oil worker and gauger at Sapulpa, Oklahoma, and has one daughter, Lucile, aged eighteen years, who is decidedly musical; Anna, a resident of Indianapolis, who conducts a select boarding house; and Isma, engaged in the jewelry business, who travels because of ill health, married Louise Mackey, of Ossian, Indiana, and has no children.
Cary H. Cloud was educated in the graded and high schools of Montpelier, graduating from the latter in 1886.  During his schooldays he began his association with the jewelry business, which he studied under the direction of Samuel Covault, who subsequently admitted him to partnership with a capital of but $13.75 for his part of the business.  Mr. Cloud was given a good opportunity by Mr. Covault, however, and soon made the division equal, and in 1886 purchased the entire business, which he continued to conduct until his death in 1911.  Mr. Cloud was a thorough master of his chosen vocation, a skilled workman, a business man of keen perception and judgment, and a man of the strictest integrity in his transactions.  His contributions to the building interests of Montpelier included the erection of a fine, modern, two-story....
Cloud, Cary Hammond (I68943)

Hannah Davies  was probably born in what is now Loudon Co, VA and moved with her family to Orange Co. NC. Abt 1768 she married outside the Friends MM, perhaps due to difficulties her father was having with Cane Creek MM. About 1799 the family, or at least Hugh, moved to Ohio. Hugh died shortly after making the journey. His will was written in 1799 before his departure and proved in Chatham Co, NC in 1801. After his death Hannah apparently made her home with her son Jeremiah. They belonged to Fairfield MM. In 1818 the removed to Wayne Co, IN where Hannah died at age 75 having been a widow for 28 yrs. She was buried in Whitewater Cemetery.
Davis, Hannah (I71183)

He is listed as Pearl Cloud on his wife's death certificate. 
Cloud, Ransom Tyrell (I78253)

He was a blacksmith. 
Cloud, Charles E. (I154727)

He was a lawyer. 
Cloud, James Monroe (I82736)

He was a mail carrier in Uniontown, Fayette county, PA. 
Cloud, William M. (I67930)

He was a miner and a member of the Zion Freewill Baptist Church. 
Cloud, Lucian Frank (I152575)

Is this him in Iowa state census?  If so, he gave wrong age, as he is 59 not 66.
census, Iowa State, Roll IA1925-1590, Appanoose, Center, Jan 1 1925
Cloud, Minor, head, M, W, 66, single
born IN
father: George Cloud, b. IN
mother: not known
Cloud, Minor L. (I155922)

Jan. 28, 1897
Howard County
Indiana, USA
Death:  May 2, 1970
Wells County
Indiana, USA
Married Arzona "Zona" Fay Cloud on 30 Jun 1923, Mount Zion, Jackson Township, Wells County, Indiana.
Bluffton, Indiana News Banner
Monday, May 04, 1970 - P3C2
J. Clifford Smith Of Mt. Zion Dies
J. Clifford Smith, 73, a resident of Mt. Zion, died at 5:15 p.m.Saturday at Clinic Hospital, where he had been admitted April 24.
A son of David H. and Emma Jones Smith, he was born Jan. 28, 1897 in Greentown. His marriage to Arzona F. Cloud, who survives, took place June 30, 1923.
A retired truck driver, he was a member of the United Brethren Church in Mt. Zion. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Bluffton American Legion Post.
Surviving, in addition to the wife, are a son, Lawrence E. (Gene)Smith of Hartford City, a sister, Mrs. Irene Calkins of Whitewater, Wis., and two grandchildren.
Friends may call at the H. Brown & Sons Funeral Home in Warren, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Officiating will be Rev. J.Clair Peters and Rev. John F. Wagner. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery in Warren.
(Thanks to David Huffman for OBIT)
Wells County, Indiana Family History 1837-1992 page 557
Jacob Clifford Smith-Arzona Fay Cloud
Clifford Smith, as he was known, was born in Greentown, Indiana, January 18, 1897. His father, David Harrison Smith, was born in Pennsylvania. Later, he became a glassworker and moved the family to different areas to work. Clifford's mother, Emma Jones, was the youngest daughter of Robert F. and Lavina Tripp Jones. The Jones family located in Chester Township from Jackson County, Ohio, in 1853.
When Clifford was in his early twenties, he came from Wisconsin to help his uncle William "Lon" Jones farm in Section Five, Chester Township. He attended the Mt. Zion United Brethren Church in Christ where he met Arzona Cloud.
Arzona Fay, born February 28, 1902, was the daughter of Henry S. and Martha Lowry Cloud of Mt. Zion. The Lowry and Cloud families were early farming residents of Jackson and Chester Townships. Part of Mt. Zion was the farm of Henry Cloud.
Clifford and Arzona were married June 30, 1923, in Mt. Zion. They were the parents of three children. Lawrence Eugene was born June 10, 1924,at the William Jones farm in Chester Township. Mary Louise born April 23, 1928, died April 24, 1928. Robert Marlin, born September 9, 1937, died March 21, 1938.
They lived in and around Mt. Zion all their married lives. He retired in 1963 as a semi-truck driver and Arzona was a homemaker. They were both members of the Mt. Zion United Brethren in Christ. Clifford served in World War I and was a farmer member of the Bluffton American Legion Post III.
Clifford passed away May 2, 1972, and Arzona passed away June 28, 1987. Both are buried in the Woodlawn cemetery in Warren, Indiana.
Lawrence Eugene graduated from Chester Center High School in 1943. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1943 to 1946. On November 6, 1954, he was married to Phyllis L. Hackenjos of French Township, Adams County, Indiana.
They are the parents of two children: Lester Ray and Rhonda Sue. Lester, born November 29, 1958, married Rhonda Kay Bennett of Hartford City, Indiana. They have two children, Daniel Benjamin was born January 12, 1988, and Jennifer Faith was born March 22, 1990. The family lives near Marion, Indian. Rhonda Sue married Jerry Paul Orem of Richmond, Indiana, and they live in Indianapolis.
Lawrence and Phyllis live near Hartford City. He retired from Warner Gear, Muncie, Indiana, on March 31, 1990, after working there for forty-two years and ten months.
Smith, Jacob Clifford (I78331)

John's WWI Draft card states that he is ineligible for service due to the fact that he is married and has dependents. 
Graham, John Allen (I132757)

Jun. 10, 1924
Mount Zion
Wells County
Indiana, USA
Death:  May 14, 2012
Hartford City
Blackford County
Indiana, USA
Lawrence Eugene Smith, 87, of Hartford City, IN, passed away at 7:30AM on Monday, May 14, 2012 at Indiana University Hospital-Ball Memorial, Muncie, IN. He was born to Jacob Clifford Smith and Arzona (Cloud) Smith on Tuesday, June 10, 1924, in Mt. Zion, IN. -Chester Township, Wells Co. He married Phyllis (Hackenjos) Smith on Saturday, November 06, 1954 in Bluffton, IN. Mr. Smith was a 1943 graduate ofChester Center High School and he retired in 1990 from Borg Warner Inc.-Muncie after 42 years of service. He was a WWII U.S. Navy Veteran and a life member of the Moyer-Pooler American Legion Post #159,Hartford City. He attended the First Church of the Nazarene, HartfordCity.
Survivors: Wife - Phyllis (Hackenjos) Smith, Hartford City, IN., Son -Lester (Shonda) R. Smith, Marion, IN., Daughter - Rhonda (Jerry) S. Orem, Brownsburg, IN., one Grandson - Daniel Smith, Marion, IN., and three Granddaughters Jennifer Smith, Marion, IN., Andrea Orem,Brownsburg, IN and Jenna Orem, Brownsburg, IN.
He was preceded in death by his: Father-Jacob Clifford Smith and Mother-Arzona (Cloud) Smith.
A service to celebrate Lawrence's life will be at the Walker & Glancy Funeral Home on Thursday, May 17, 2012 at 11:00AM with Rev. C. Steven High officiating. Interment will follow in the Woodlawn Cemetery in Warren. The U.S. Navy will be in charge of Military rites at the graveside.
- Walker & Glancy Funeral Home, Montpelier, IN | Posted - Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Smith, Lawrence Eugene (I132932)

LONE PINE -- Services for Leslie Clinton Whatley will be at 3 p.m. Sunday in First Baptist Church, Lone Pine, with the Revs. Raymond Willie and Carl Burris officiating. Burial will be in Griffin Hills Cemetery, under direction of Melancon, Bunkie.  Whatley, 99, of Lone Pine died Thursday, March 14, 2002, in Southfield Nursing Center.  He was a retired logger.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Sally Ann Griffin Whatley; and one son, H.L. Whatley.  Survivors include one son, Stacy Whatley of Port Neches, Texas; one daughter, Hazel W. Deville of Baton Rouge; and four grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  Friends may call from 5-9 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. until time of services Sunday in the church.
Whatley, Leslie Clinton (I21343)

Marie was baptised by her Uncle Henry Cloud on the same day she was born.
Marie was born too late to receive an allotment of her own from the Cherokee Nation.  She left the Nation during the dust bowl in the 1930s with Clarence to find work and feed their family.  Jo remembers taking care of James and Ron when Marie and Clarence were working the cotton fields in New Mexico to feed their family.
Eventually, the Avery family settled in Hutchinson, Kansas, where they raised their family.  Marie lived in or around Hutchinson, Kansas the remainder of her life, except for the last five years, when she moved to Pratt, Kansas to be near Jo, her daughter, who took care of her until her death.
In each of her children, Marie instilled a pride of being Cherokee.  She was a marvelous cook.  She was known for her baked bread, Christmas bread, pies with a fantastic crust, and many other dishes.  The dish all her children remember eating the most, growing up, was ham and beans.
Joined Cherokee National Historical Society, regular member, 10/31/1979. 
Cloud, Lillie Marie (I159021)

Married Miami Della Cloud on 21 May 1893 in Warren, Huntington County,Indiana.
Bluffton, Indiana Evening News Banner
Wednesday, December 11, 1940 - P3C1
Warren Man Dies Of Heart Attack
J. D. Gilford McElhaney Dies Suddenly; Funeral To Be Held Thursday
J. D. Gilford McElhaney, 68, died suddenly at 5:30 p.m. Monday at his home in Warren from a heart ailment.
Born November 24, 1872, he was the son of T. J. and Jane Edgar McElhaney. His marriage was to Miamma Dell Cloud in Warren on May 21,1893
Surviving are the widow, two children, Henry Jefferson and Elijah Edgar McElhaney, both of Warren, a brother, Em McElhaney, of Warren, and two grandchildren, Betty Jane and Harmon E. McElhaney.
Three brothers and four sisters preceded him in death. He was a member of the I. O. O. F. lodge of Mt. Zion and of the Methodist church.
Funeral services will be held at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at the Warren Methodist church with the Rev. V. O. Vernon officiating. Burial will be in the Woodlawn cemetery at Warren.
(Thanks to David Huffman for OBIT)
McElhaney, John D. Gilford (I72518)

ABERNATHY (Special) - Services for Katie Owen, 91, of Abernathy will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Abernathy Church of Christ with David Bennett and Condy Billingsley officiating.
Burial will be in Abernathy Cemetery under direction of Abell Funeral Home.
She died Sunday, Oct. 5, 1997, in a Lubbock health care home.
She was born Aug. 6, 1906, in Frost. She moved to Abernathy in 1925 from Frost. She married Carroll Lee Owen on Nov. 5, 1929, in Clovis, N.M. He died Feb. 19, 1993. She was a member of the Church of Christ.
Survivors include seven daughters, Betty Pearce, Willene Dunn and Bobby Cloud, all of Abernathy, Floyce Gould, Loyce Lenning and Paula Malouf, all of Lubbock and Diann Smith of Idalou; a brother, Clovis Heath of Denison; a sister, Iva Davis of Dayton; 24 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-granddaughter.
The family suggests memorials to the Herald of Truth in Abilene or to the Children's Home of Lubbock, 4404 Idalou Highway, Lubbock 79403.
Heath, Katie Earline (I169058)

Bernice Burton "Bunny" Beebe Barbier, 87, died Thursday, Jan. 22, 1998, at her home in Prescott. She was born Jan. 4, 1911, in Springfield, Mo., to Ralph J. and Amada Cloud.
At a young age, she moved with her family to Bisbee(Arizona). She graduated from Phoenix Union High School, then graduated from beauty school.
In 1948, she moved to Skull Valley with her husband and children. In the early 1970s, she made her home in Prescott, where she worked at various beauty shops, retiring in 1974.
Mrs. Barbier was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Copper Basin Ward.
Survivors include her sons, Jim Beebe of Prescott and Doug Beebe of Skull Valley; daughter Diana Cobey of Prescott; 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Memory Chapel Mortuary, 131 Grove Ave., and a private interment will be at Skull Valley Cemetery.
Daily Courier, Prescott, AZ, Jan 25, 1998
Cloud, Mary Bernice (I77284)

Douglas B. Cloud 46, of Downingtown, died Tuesday Feb. 23, 2010, at the Brandywine Hospital.
He was the husband of Bernadette Gibbs Cloud.
Born in Philadelphia, he was the son of Margaret Davison Cloud of Exton and the late Richard C. Cloud.
Douglas played the drums and guitar and loved hiking, reading and writing.
In addition to his wife and mother, he is survived by his stepsons, Isaac White and Troy Gibbs; a sister, Elizabeth Guman; and stepgrandchildren, Kylee, Angelo, Alexis, and Anayah.
Relatives and friends are invited to his memorial service at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 2, at the First Presbyterian Church of West Chester, 130 W. Miner St., West Chester.
Interment will be private at Longwood Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Depression & Bipolar Alliance,
Arrangements are by DellaVecchia, Reilly, Smith & Boyd Funeral Home Inc., West Chester, 610-696-1181,
The Daily Local News, West Chester, PA, Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010
Cloud, Douglas B. (I168264)

Earl E. "Bud" Cloud
ROCHESTER -- Services for Earl E. "Bud" Cloud, 61, of 3414 North Old U.S. 31, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Foster & Good Funeral Home.
Mr. Cloud died at 4:06 p.m. Saturday, June 8, 2002, in Woodlawn Hospital, Rochester.
Born Aug 9, 1940, in Benton Harbor, Mich., he was the son of Earl A. and Marcia Ellsworth Cloud, who have both preceded him in death.  On Oct. 3, 1980, he was married in Logansport to Jean E. Bruce, who survives.
Mr. Cloud was an 1959 graduate of Rochester High School.  He retired in 1998 from Fulton County REMC as line superintendent with 33 years of service.
He was a master gardener.  He also enjoyed woodworking and fishing, and was a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association.
Surviving are one daughter, Pamela Hammel and her husband, Bill, Plymouth; three sons, Michael Cloud and his wife, Laura, Jeffery Cloud and his wife, Deb, and Ty Cloud and his wife, Rita, all of Rochester; 10 grandchildren, Lee and Lucas Sutton, Plymouth, Donna Cloud, Elkhart, Misty, Nathan, Ryan and Amber Could (sic), Rochester, Andrew Schleiger and wife, Emily, Minneapolis, Minn., P.J. Schleiger, Conway, S.C., and Erin Cloud, Rochester; three sisters, Mary Lu Hudkins and her husband, George, North Little Rock, Ark., Earline O'Blenis and her husband Bill, Rochester, and Wanda Townsend and her husband, Jack, Rochester; and several nieces and nephews.
The Rev. George Hapner will officiate at the services.  Burial will be in Richland Center IOOF Cemetery.
Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today and one hour before the service Tuesday in the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, Americn Heart Association and Home Health Care, Rochester.
The Logansport Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, IN, Monday, June 10, 2002, p. 12.
Cloud, Earl E. (I163029)

Eva Stack, 89, Olathe, died Tuesday, May 15, 2001, at her home. She was born, Nov. 11, 1913, in Bedford, Iowa, the daughter of Ivan and Eva (Jenkins) Cloud. She taught at the School for the Deaf in Delavan, Wis., retiring in 1974. She was preceded in death by her husband, Luther Stack. Survivors include a brother, Eugene Cloud, Climax Springs, Mo.; a nephew, Jon Stack, Overland Park; and a niece, Alberta Merrit, Olathe. Cremation. Burial will be private at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens, Olathe. The family suggests contributions be made to the Kansas City Hospice Foundation, 1625 W. 92nd Street, Kansas City, MO 64114.
Cloud, Eva Laverne (I68795)

Funeral services for Mrs. Lucille Cloud Johnson will be held at 3 p.m., Sunday, June 19, 2011 in the Calcasieu Baptist Church in Glenmora with the Bros. Bert Riddles, B.G. Dyess and Harlis Meylian officiating. Committal service will follow in the Union Hill Cemetery under the guidance of White Oaks, Oakdale.
Mrs. Johnson entered eternal rest on Friday, June 17, 2011. She was born December 24, 1922 in Glenmora to the late Patrick and Vergie Cloud.
Mrs. Johnson will be remembered for her deep love for her children and grandchildren. She lived her life always showing the importance and love for her entire family, and she was willing to help others in any way she could
Mrs. Johnson was preceded in death by her husband of fifty years, Carsol Johnson; parents; three brothers, Earl, Leonard and P.M Cloud; two sisters, Edna Johnson and Betty Rose Clark.
She is survived by her sons, Louis B. "Bernie" Johnson and wife, Terri of Ruston, Roger Glen Johnson and wife Patricia of Alexandria; her daughter, Virginia Lou Barber and husband, Jerry of Lumberton, Texas; brothers, Clayton and Jimmy Cloud; sisters, Myrtle Strother, Ruby Fontenot, Marsha Stokes, and Margie Doyle; seven grandchildren; seven great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.
Pallbearer's to serve are Danny Doyle, Chris Cloud, Elton Johnson, Lamar Strother, Patrick Perkins and Kenny Cloud.
Friends may call Sunday, June 19, 2011 from 1 p.m. until time of service at the church.
Memorial may be made to St. Jude's.
Lake Charles American Press, June 19, 2011.
Cloud, Lucille (I145143)

J. E. Cloud, Rule Pioneer, Buried
RULE, Sept. 15--(Spl.)--Funeral services were held from the First Baptist church Tuesday afternoon for J. E. Cloud, 74, pioeer and prominent land owner of Rule and Haskell county. He died at his home here Monday afternoon at five o'clock after an illness of several years. The services were conducted by the pastor, Rev. C. A. Powell.
Burial was in the Rule cemetery under direction of Gauntt's funeral home. The Masonic order of which Mr. Cloud was a member 35 years, officiated.
Mr. Cloud was born September 25, 1869 in Williamson county. He moved to Coryell county with his parents in 1883. He was married to Sallie E. Jones in that county on Sept. 9, 1891 and moved to Rule in 1900, where he has lived since. He had been a member of the Baptist church since childhood and was active in church and civic circles up until he become ill several years ago.
He is survived by his wife, three sons and three daughters. The children are E. J., H. J. and Joe W. Cloud, Mrs. J. E. Geer and Mrs. B. W. Ingram all of Rule and Mrs. C. F. Leon of Rotan. Other survivors, ten grandchildren and three sisters who are Mrs. John Roach, Abilene; Mrs. Charles Guggoiz, Gatesville and Mrs. Ambros Roach, Eldorado.
Pallbearers were Aubrey Fouts, H. G. Leon, Ollie Kittley, J. G. Smith, Ernest Baugh, O. R. Carothers, O. Cole and Olen DeLeon.
Honorary pallbeareres were A. T. Fouts, W. W. Kittley, T. K. Kevil, R., W. Cole Sr.; R. W. Cross, T. R. Denison, J. A. Davis, Oscar Gipson, Homer Chambers, E. B. Harris, S. M. Davis, Dr. J. C. Davis, Dr. M. W. Rogers, W. D. Norman, L. W. Jones, R. L. Jackson, C. H. Spurlin, A. Buehtein, Tom Bridges, Lee Norman, T. Mithcell, W. E. Penick, Martin Server, Roy Sellers, Jess Bell, George Tanner, W. D. Payne, Blley Miller and E. T. Weaver.
Cloud, Joseph Evander "Joe" (I56844)

Jarrett Ryan Whittington, age 25, passed away on July 1, 2012. Ryan was born on March 13, 1987, to W. Gary and Mary Whittington. He graduated from Mary Carroll High School in 2005, and Texas State University San Marcos in 2010 with degrees in Mass Communication and Geography. Ryan was employed by the United States Tennis Association -Texas. He enjoyed participation in sports, playing tennis, playing video games, and hanging out with friends and family.
He will always be remembered for his kind heart, sports trivia knowledge, wittiness, and loyalty to his family and friends. He had a contagious smile and was always happy. Ryan was a loving son, grandson, brother, cousin, nephew, and friend.
Ryan is preceded in death by grandfathers Wayland G. Whittington and Richard C. Edwards; grandmothers Mary Whittington Jarrett and Elizabeth Ann Edwards; numerous aunts and uncles; and his childhood best friend Angel Weston Conoly.
Ryan is survived by his parents: Gary and Mary Whittington; sisters: Ashley and Amanda Whittington; step-grandfather: Harry Jarrett; uncles and aunts: Glen and Ginger Whittington, George and Gaye Galante, David and Terry Jarrett, Dale and Lori Hess, Emily Foust, and Rob Foust; cousins: Gina Whittington, Michelle Tettleton, Wade Tettleton, Ali and Tyler Galante, Courtney Gaines, Brooke Stone, Nicole Galante, Sean Foust, Jennifer Schade, Colleen Hull, Ashley Schade, Greg Hess, and Valerie Lewis.
Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 5, 2012 at Most Precious Blood Catholic Church with a Rosary Service to be recited at 7:00 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, July 6, 2012 at Most Precious Blood Catholic Church. Interment will be Private.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Ryan's name to The New Youth Center at Most Precious Blood Catholic Church; The Carroll Tiger Athletic Foundation at 5656 South Staples Corpus Christi, Texas 78411 or a charity of your choice.
AUSTIN -- Police have released the names of those involved in a deadly incident in Lady Bird Lake over the weekend.
Police say Madeline Rackley, 25, drove her Honda Civic into Lady Bird Lake Sunday just before 2 a.m. She and passenger Danielle Martinez, 25, managed to escape. A passenger in the backseat, Jarrett Ryan Whittington, 25, was unable to get out of the car. He drowned at the scene.
Whittington's family members came to the spot Monday where the incident took place, looking for answers and trying to understand how someone would drive a car into the lake.
The area was dark; there are no lights underneath the bridge. It has been said Rackley thought it was an entrance ramp onto I-35.
Police say the women told them Whittington was in the back seat, but the car sank before officers could rescue him. It was 30 yards from the shore. The Austin police dive team recovered Whittington's body a few hours later.
A lover of tennis, Whittington was supposed to start teaching a tennis camp at the University of Texas San Antonio this summer. Instead, his family and friends are left to mourn the tragic death of a beloved son, brother and friend.
Rackley and Martinez were taken to University Medical Center Brackenridge, and are said to be okay.
Police say Rackley has been charged with intoxication manslaughter. She was booked into the Travis County Jail. This is not the first incident she has had with drinking and driving. In 2009, she was convicted of driving while intoxicated in Austin.
If you have information on this incident, you are asked to call APD at (512) 974-6981.
This is Austin's 42nd traffic fatality of the year.
Whittington, Jarrett Ryan (I196078)

Laura Edelle Cloud, 78, of Marianna died Friday.
The service will be a 11 a.m. CST (noon, EST) Tuesday at Damascus Freewill Baptist Church in Marianna, with burial at the church cemetery. Family will receive friends Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. CST (7 to 9 EST) at Lord Funeral Home in Marianna (850-482-8843).
A native of Jackson County, she had worked at Jackson Hospital. She had also worked at Sunland Center when she retired. She was a member of Damascus Freewill Baptist Church.
She is survived by two sons, Jimmy Cloud and Earl Cloud of Marianna; three daughters, Judy Cloud of Marianna, Laura Annett Jackson of Cottondale and Jeanette DiPasquale of Wentzville, Mo; a brother, J.T. Brogdon of Pace; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Tallahassee Democrat, Tallahassee, FL, Sunday, Feb. 4, 2001.
Brogdon, Laura Edelle (I164142)

Lee Eugene Cloud, 74, of rural Donnellson, IA, passed away on Monday, January 10, 2011 at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.
He was born on June 3, 1936 in Ft. Madison, IA to William Otho and Madaline Mae Grant Cloud. Lee was a shipping foreman for Midwest Wax Paper Co. and then worked for Gulf Oil and Fertilizer in Burlington.
Survivors include one sister, Elsie (Gary) McAvoy of Sun City West, AZ and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents.
Per his wishes, his body has been cremated and a visitation will be held from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 16, 2011 with a memorial service to be held at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday all at King-Lynk Funeral Home & Crematory. A memorial has been established in Lee?s memory and contributions may be left at King-Lynk Funeral Home & Crematory. Inurnment will be in Donnell Cemetery, Donnellson, Iowa.
Cloud, Lee Eugene (I144158)

Maude Dyer Sonnier, 96, of Lake Charles, passed away at 11:32 a.m. Sunday, May 4, 2008, in a local care facility.
She was a native of Elizabeth and had lived in Lake Charles since 1954. Mrs. Sonnier was the last living descendent of Bryant and Adeline Dyer. She was a caregiver for children for 34 years and attended Glad Tidings Church. She loved to plant a vegetable garden and raise roses.
Survivors include two daughters, Dorothy Cooke and husband Lawrence and Beatrice DeBarge and husband Daniel; seven grandchildren, Dwain Cooke ( Barbara), Malcolm Cooke (Teresa), Rita Cooke, Delta Goolsby, Mary Touchette (Adam), Dicky Faux (Claudette) and Penny Gauthreaux; 17 great-grandchildren; and 21 great-great grandchildren.
Her funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. today, May 6, at Johnson Funeral Home. The Rev. Gary Evers and the Rev. Sydney Fontenot will officiate. Burial will be Highland Memory Gardens. Visitation is from 10 a.m.
Dyer, Maude (I77626)

Mr. Jerry Douglas Cloud of Germantown, Tennessee departed this life on Friday, March 9, 2012 at the age of 69. He was born Jerry Douglas Cloud on April 18, 1942 in Newport, Arkansas, the son of Archie F. Cloud and Alberta Agnes (George) Cloud.
Mr. Cloud was a graduate of Grubbs High School and a retired sales manager at Frito Lay for 28 years. He was last employed by Schneider Trucking.
He was an avid Razorback and St. Louis Cardinal fan and also enjoyed deer hunting. He liked working and spending time with his family. He played American Legion Baseball in Newport and also played in the Independent Baseball League. He played in the King Cotton Softball League in Memphis, and was a good bowler.
Mr. Cloud was preceded in death by his father Archie F. Cloud, his mother Alberta Agnes (George) Cloud, his brother, D.A. Cloud and his sister Shirlene Trotter. His sons, Jerry Douglas "Doug" Cloud, II and Terry Douglas Cloud, also preceded him in death.
He is survived by his daughter Delores Cloud of Houston, Texas, two brothers Gary Cloud of Batesville, Arkansas and Danny Cloud of Newport, Arkansas, four sisters Bernice Neely of Fairfield Bay, Arkansas, Joyce Mears of Newport, Arkansas, Kathryn Jones of Harrisburg, Arkansas, and Mary Lynn Woodruff of Lake City, Arkansas; and two grandchildren, Jerry Douglas Cloud III and Kaitlyn Mae Cloud.
Funeral services will be 2.00 p.m., Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at Jackson's Newport Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow in Walnut Grove Cemetery. Friends may visit at the funeral home Monday 6:00~8:00 p.m.
Those honored to serve as pallbearers are Jerry Douglas Cloud, III, Scott Mears, Travis Mears, Geoffrey Woodruff, Murray Trotter, Ryan Cloud and Rodney Cloud. Honorary pallbearers will be Jody Tapp, Larry Stoner, David Neely, Bobby Tooley, O.R. Trotter, and Garland Shopher.
Cloud, Jerry Douglas (I128904)

Mr. Troy L. Cloud, 53, of Bentonville, Arkansas, departed this life on Sunday, January 11, 2015.
He was born on December 3, 1961, in New Deal, Texas, to the late Marvin R. Cloud and Margaret L. Gardner. Troy graduated from Fayetteville West Campus in 1980. He enjoyed spending countless hours with his family, being outdoors, working on the farm and helping anyone in need.
Troy is survived by his stepmother, Lorraine Cloud of Kinta, Oklahoma; siblings, Tim Cloud and wife, Linda, of Siloam Springs, Arkansas, Terry Cloud of Centerton, Arkansas, Tonia Birchfield and husband, James, of Bentonville, Arkansas, Tammie Runyan and husband, Bill, of Gentry, Arkansas, Gina Holt and husband, Harold of Decatur, Arkansas, Margo Barnes and husband, Reuben of Gravette, Arkansas, Showana Glasco and husband, John, of Wilburton, Oklahoma and Shana Cloud and husband, Clint Bonnell of Colorado Springs, Colorado; several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
His parents, Marvin R. Cloud and Margaret L. Gardner, preceded him in death.
Graveside funeral services are 1:00 p.m. Friday, January 16, 2015 at Lee Cemetery near Gravette, Arkansas with Pastor Kirk Anderson officiating.
Those honoring his life by serving as pallbearers are Travis Cloud, Taner Cloud, Levi Cloud, Jack Lasch, Colby Birchfield and Jared Lasch with Matthew and Jarrod Runyan serving as honorary pallbearers.
On-line condolences may be sent to the family through our website Arrangements are under the personal care and direction of the Ozark Funeral Home in Anderson, Missouri.
Cloud, Troy Ladale (I184609)

Mrs. Anna Cloud, a former resident of Nelson, passed away at her home in Tacoma, Wash., at the age of 66 years, 5 months and 11 days.
She was born in Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Later in life she moved to a farm near Stapleton, Nebraska, where she lived for sixteen years. Then Mr. and Mrs. Cloud and family moved to Nelson, where they lived for several years. Later she moved to Lincoln, Neb., for a few years and in 1942 she moved to Tacoma, where she resided until her death.
Funeral services were attended by all seven children and many other relatives and friends.
She leaves to mourn her death four sons: Bud Cloud of Lincoln; Albert Cloud of Long View, Wash.; Roy Cloud and Floyd Cloud of Lincoln; and three daughters: Elsie Harvey of Deshler; Emma King of Grand Coulee Dam, Wash.; Rose Holdren of Tacoma, Wash. She also leaves 21 grandchildren, six great grandchildren and two sisters. She will be remembered by many friends.
The Nelson Gazette, Thursday, February 8, 1951
Delish, Annie F. (I187497)

Oliver Davenport, 67, Elwood, Is Dead
ELWOOD, Ind., Sept. 8 -- Oliver Davenport, age 67, 2300 North E. street, died at 3:30 p.m. today at an Indianapolis hospital where he had been a patient for the past three months.
The body was taken to the Copher and Fesler mortuary here tonight pending further funeral arrangements.  Davenport was born April 9, 1871 at Tipton and later moved to this city.  He was married Dec. 17, 1892 to Jessie Cloud of Tipton.
Surviving besides the widow are four sons, Frank Newman, Idres and Vernon, all of Elwood; three daughters, Mrs. Beulah Legg of Anderson; Mrs. Jennie Crist and Mrs. John Frazee, both of Elwood; two brothers, William of Kokomo and Walter of Tipton; two sisters, Mrs. Eva Beckett of Tipton and Mrs. Irene Crittenberger of Washington, D.C.; 24 grand children six great grandchildren.
Davenport, Oliver Clinton (I74509)

Mrs. Catherine Elizabeth Cloud died at her home in Altona, Mo., December 13th 1924; aged 85 years 5 months and 16 days. Catherine, daughter of John and Catherine Brown, was born in Pike county, Mo., June 27, 1839. The Brown family moved to Bates county in an early day and the remaining years of her life were spent here, where she was active in helping in the development of the country. November 4, 1858, she was united in marriage with John Owen. To this union were born two children. John Edwin and Catherine Jane Cantrell, both of whom preceded her in death. John Owen died August 24, 1862. She was united in marriage with D.W. Cloud December 22,1881. To this union one son, Leo, was born. He died in infancy. Mrs. Cloud united with the Altona Baptist Church more than thirty-five years ago and was a faithful member of same, always taking a deep interest in the work of the Church.
Seven grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren survive her.
Funeral services for Mrs. Cloud were held Monday after from the Altona Baptist church,conducted by the Rev T.C. Brammer, pastor of the Butler Baptist Church. Burial was made in the Altona cemetery.
Adrian Journal, December 13, 1924
Brown, Catherine Elizabeth (I71403)

Roy 'Randy' Cloude, of Jacksboro, Texas, was born on June 29, 1945 to Orville Raymond and Ola Francis (Whitwell) Cloude in Spur, Texas. He passed away on Monday October 26, 2015 in Jacksboro, Texas. He was 70 years old.
Roy was a contractor for Charlie's Siding.
He is preceded in death by his parents.
Among those who will cherish his memory include his daughters Charla Caye Cloude of Porter, Texas and Renee Jones of Midland, Texas; brothers Orville Raymond Cloude of Wolforth, Texas, Jack Cloude of Lubbock and Ronnie Cloude of New Boston; 4 grandchildren 1 great grandchild and many other extended family members and friends.
Cloude, Roy Randall (I132020)

Roy E. Cloud
Roy Earnest Cloud, 1114 East Main, died at his home Monday at the age of 74.
He was born in Quinton, Aug. 31, 1905. He moved to Holdenville from Quinton about 16 years ago and was a retired laborer.
He was married to Goldie M. Guinn in 1965.
Survivors are his widow, Goldie, of the home; one daughter, Oleda Wehunt, and a son-in-law, two grandsons, three great-grandchildren; one sister, Florence Smith of Quinton.
Graveside services will be at the San Bois Cemetery, Kinta, Okla. Friday at 1:30 p.m.
Cloud, Roy Earnest (I91767)

Services for Frankie Curry Cloud, 92, of Rule was held Sunday at First Baptist Church with the Rev. J.R. Williams officiating. Burial was in Rule Cemetery, directed by Pinkard Funeral Home.
She died Friday at a Haskell care home.
Born in Rosenberg, she moved to the Pinkerton Community near Rule in 1910.
She received a teaching certificate from Simmons College in Abilene, and in 1918 began her teaching career in the Cottonwood community. Later she taught in Knox and Haskell counties and in the South Plains.
She was a member of First Baptist Church in Rule and the organist for 27 years.
She was the widow of Edward J. Cloud.
Survivors include two brothers, John B. Curry and Rogers Curry, both of Lubbock, and three sisters. Gladys Darnell of Haskell. Evelyn Cupp of Odessa and Belva Whittington of Lubbock.
Curry, Frankie L. (I141780)

UNION - Duane J. Cloud, 81, died at 4:41 p.m. Friday in his home. Survivors include daughter, Marcia A. Cloud of Elkhart; son, Gregory D. Cloud of Elkhart; sisters, Shirley Smith of Constantine and Edith (Terry) Schrock of Union; and brothers, Kenneth (Ann) Cloud of Cassopolis and Thomas (Sue) Cloud of North Carolina. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Plum Grove Cemetery. Billings Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
Cloud, Duane J. (I134193)

On 1880 census he is a lawyer. 
Cloud, Tilghman Howard CSA (I74397)

On the 1910 census, she is listed as being married twice, with 5 children and 3 living. 
Walker, Jane (I74341)

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