Eason Family Crest EASON FAMILY GROUP SHEET
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Husband's Name:___________________William Henry Eason__________________________________________
       When Born: ______21 February 1840________________Where: _________DeSoto County, MS____________
       When Died: _________10 June 1909________________Where: ______Wall Hill, Tate County, MS__________
       When Buried: ____________ ______________________Where: _________ ___________________________
       When Married: _____(1) 1865 ______(2) 1881________Where: _________ ___________________________
    Other Wives: ________(1) Mary E. Richmond b. 9 Jan. 1845, d. 5 May 1880_______________________________
       His Father: _________William Thomas Eason__________His Mother's Maiden Name: ____Lucy Ann Harris____

Wife's Name:_________(2) Mollie J. Moring_________________________________________________________
       When Born: _________9 February 1856______________Where: __________Wake County, NC.____________
       When Died: _________10 March 1933_______________Where: _______Coldwater, Tate County, MS._______
       When Buried: ____________ ______________________Where: __________________ __________________
    Other Husbands: _____________ ________________________________________________________________
       Her Father: _______James Sidney Moring_____________Her Mother's Maiden Name: ___Lucy Webb Dunn____
 Children
In order of birth
When Born
Day/Month/Year
Where Born                   State or
Town or Twp    County     Country
Spouse
1 Thomas Richmond 3 Jan. 1867 DeSotoMSEffie Sharp
2 Ada Rivers 25 May 1869"PrarieARJesse Burk
3 Anne Elizabeth 24 Nov. 1872"""died as youth, 1873
4 Mary Pitt 25 May 1875"TateMSJoseph A. Gordon
5 Wm. Marvin 19 Nov. 1876"""died as youth, 1887
1 Lucy Ella 23 Mar. 1882"""died as youth, 1895
2 John Sidney 19 Apr. 1884"""Willie Glynn Evans
Laura T. Goolsby
3 William Henry 7 Dec. 1886"""Willie Joyner Green
4 Emma Rebecca 5 May 1891"""Leslie P. Hall
5 Bettile Lackland 23 July 1895"""Clay Callicott
William Henry became a medical student at the University of Alabama upon finishing high school. While a sophomore he
enlistedin the Confederate Army, Company I 17th. Regiment MS., Barksdale Brigade, Lee's Army of Northern Virginia.
Hw suffered a wound in the Battle of Gettysburg and was never able to resume his medical studies. He became a
successful farmer in Tate County, MS. until his retirement in 1904. He lived all his life, except five years, in Tate County.
He was a Methodist and was the local recording secretary of the church for thirty-eight years.
He married Mary Elizabeth Richmond of Marshall County, MS. first and they had five children. Secondly he married
Mollie Moring who was living in Marshall County, MS.. They had five children who are all listed above.

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