Emmojean VENN © Bio by Lois Guffy
Wife EMMOJEAN JANETTE PARKER Branson/Venn
Birth: Sep 14, 1863 in Coles County, Illinois
Death: Jul 19, 1946 (82y 10m & 5d) in Winfield, Cowley Co., Kansas
Burial: New Home Cemetery SW of Nash, Grant Co., Oklahoma
Father: Nathaniel Parker b. DEC 09, 1825 in Ohio
Mother: Elizabeth Ellen Climer b: DEC 12, 1831 in North Carolina
Married: Nov 05, 1881 in Effingham, Illinois
THOMAS JEFFERSON BRANSON
Birth: Oct 02, 1831 in Patrick County, Virginia
Death: May 01, 1916
Burial: Ed Thrall Cemetery, near Jet Oklahoma
Father: Andrew Branson
Mother: Elizabeth Greenwood
Children of Thomas J and Emma;
ELLEN ELIZABETH BRANSON b: Jun 03, 1884 in Harper Co, Kansas
Joel Branson b: Nov 03, 1888 in Harper Co, Kansas
Charles Lloyd Branson b: Nov 16, 1891 in Harper Co, Kansas
Twins died young
Emmajean's second marriage was to Benjamin F. Venn. She was was not buried by her first husband T.J. Branson at the Thrall Cemetery because the cemetery was flooded in.
Information by Lois Caywood Guffy Gt Gt granddaughter of T.J and Emmojean Branson email@example.com
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