Eason Family Crest EASON FAMILY GROUP SHEET
I-II/4-III/7-IV/5
Husband's Name:_______________Maj. William Howard Eason, C.S.A.___________________________________
       When Born: ______3 February, 1841______________Where: ___________Carroll County, TN____________
       When Died: ______20 September, 1905____________Where: __________Carroll County, TN_____________
       When Buried: ________ ________________________Where: ______Oak Hill Cem., Huntingdon, TN________
       When Married: _____18 December, 1877___________Where: ______Huntingdon, Carroll County, TN________
    Other Wives: __(2) Joella Newton (No issue)________________________________________________________
       His Father: ______Stephen Eason__________________His Mother's Maiden Name: _______Ritta Trice_______
Wife's Name:________Beverly Allen_______________________________________________________________
       When Born: ________28 November 1857___________Where: ___________Carroll County, TN_____________
       When Died: _______1 January, 1885_______________Where: __________Carroll County, TN______________
       When Buried: _______ _________________________Where: _____Oak Hill Cemetery, Huntingdon, TN______
    Other Husbands: ____________ _________________________________________________________________
       Her Father: __________Beverly S. Allen____________Her Mother's Maiden Name: _____Lizzie Dougherty_____
 Children
In order of birth
When Born
Day/Month/Year
Where Born                   State or
Town or Twp    County     Country
Spouse
1 Stephen Allen 1879HuntingdonCarrollTNunm. d. 1935
2 William Howard, II 1 Jan. 1881"""Olga Wilder
3        
4        
5        
6        
7        
8        
William Howard was educated in the common school and continued his studies at Bethel College. He enlisted in Company G
of the 22nd Regiment of the Tennessee Infantry. He was wounded and lost his arm in the Battle of Belmont. He taught
school after the war for several years before entering politics where he was elected County Clerk for two terms. Later he was
a Justice of the Peace. He owned and operated a Hotel in Huntingdon for many years. During an eight year period in his life,
he served as the Mayor of Huntingdon.
Beverly was the grand daughter of R.E.C. Dougherty of McLeonoresville, in whose home, Carroll County was established.
Joella Newton, the Major's second wife was formerly married to Joe Waldrup.

Last Page | Next Page
Content Page | Eason Home Page
This page courtesy of: Betty Carroll