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  • ID: I818
  • Name: Mollie Lillian Maroney
  • Given Name: Mollie Lillian
  • Surname: Maroney
  • Name: Ma Phillips
  • Given Name: Ma
  • Surname: Phillips
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 27 Nov 1889 in Lamar County, Texas, USA
  • Death: 28 Jan 1964 in Byers, Clay County, Texas, USA of Coronary Thrombosis - Heart Attack 1 2
  • Burial: 30 Jan 1964 Riverside Cemetery, Byers, Clay County, Texas, USA 3 4
  • Reference Number: +c gm 5 6 7 8 9 10
  • Census: 1900 Lamar County, Texas, USA 11
  • Education: Finished with 2 years of high school Abt 1905
  • Census: 1910 Blossom, Lamar County, Texas, USA 12
  • Residence: Steward in Post Oak Methodist Church 1915 Post Oak, Lamar County, Texas, USA 13
  • Census: 1920 Lamar County, Texas, USA 14
  • Census: Missing page 10B 1930 Lamar County, Texas, USA 15
  • Residence: from 1940 census 1 Apr 1935 Wichita County, Texas, USA
  • Census: 1940 Wichita County, Texas, USA 16
  • Residence: from Texas Death Certificate 28 Jan 1964 Byers, Clay County, Texas, USA
  • _FSFTID: LZ51-PF2
  • Change Date: 31 Dec 2016 at 09:01
  • OBJE:
  • FORM: jpg
  • FILE: C:\Users\Rajordan\Documents\Legacy Family Tree\Media\19430112-049.jpg
  • Title: Mollie
  • _DATE: 12 Jan 1943
  • _SCBK: Y
  • _PRIM: Y
  • _TYPE: PHOTO



    Father: William Lloyd Maroney b: 14 Jul 1863 in Georgia, USA
    Mother: Carrenie Melviney Perlenia Finch b: 26 Feb 1866 in Red River County, Texas, USA

    Marriage 1 Floyd Franklin Phillips b: 15 Sep 1889 in Tyler, Smith County, Texas, USA
    • Married: 2 Sep 1916 in Lamar County, Texas, USA 17
    • Change Date: 24 Oct 2016
    Children
    1. Has Children Bonnie Mae Phillips b: 17 Jan 1919 in Lamar County, Texas, USA
    2. Has No Children Myrtle Ray Phillips b: 9 Feb 1920 in Blossom, Lamar County, Texas, USA
    3. Has No Children John Floyd Phillips b: 9 Jun 1924 in Blossom, Lamar County, Texas, USA
    4. Has No Children Henry Loyd Phillips b: 9 Jun 1924 in Blossom, Lamar County, Texas, USA
    5. Has No Children Noble Harvey Phillips b: 14 Oct 1927 in Fayetteville, Washington County, Arkansas, USA

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Texas Death Index
      Title: Texas Death Index
      Author: Department of State Health Services, Vital Statistics Unit
      Repository:

        Quality: 3
        Text: Name: Mollie Lillian Phillips; Death Date: 28 Jan 1964; Death County: Clay; Gender: Female; Marital Status: Single
      • Abbrev: Texas Death Certificate
        Title: Texas Death Certificate
        Author: Department of State Health Services, Vital Statistics Unit
        Repository:

          Quality: 3
          Text: Name: Mollie Lillian Phillips;
          Death date: 28 Jan 1964;
          Death place: Byers, Clay County, Texas;
          Cause of death: Coronary Thrombosis - Heart Attack;
          Gender: Female;
          Race: White;
          Birth date: 27 Nov 1889;
          Birth place: Lamar County, Texas;
          Marital status: Married;
          Father name: William Maroney;
          Mother name: Pearlena Finch;
          Occupation: Housewife;
          Residence: Byers, Clay County, Texas;
          Cemetery name: Riverside;
          Burial place: Byers, Clay County, Texas;
          Burial date: 30 Jan 1964;
          Informant: Mrs. James S. Goforth (daughter);
          Film number: 2117404;
          Digital GS number: 4028320;
          Image number: 3281;
          Reference number: cn 7821;
          Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976
        • Abbrev: Texas Cemetery Records
          Title: Texas Cemetery Records
          Page: Phillips-001
          Quality: 3
          Text: Mollie L. Phillips; Nov 27, 1889; Jan 28, 1964
        • Abbrev: Find A Grave
          Title: Find A Grave
          Publication: www.findagrave.com
          Quality: 3
          Text: Name: Mollie Lillian Maroney Phillips;
          Birth: Nov. 27, 1889 in Texas, USA;
          Death: Jan. 28, 1964 in Byers, Clay County, Texas, USA;
          Father: William Lloyd Maroney (1863 - 1949);
          Mother: Lena M. Finch Maroney (1866 - 1923);
          Children: Bonnie Mae Phillips Goforth (1919 - 2000);
          Henry Loyd Phillips (1924 - 2000);
          Henry Loyd Phillips (1924 - 2000);
          John Floyd Phillips (1924 - 1998);
          Spouse: Floyd Franklin Phillips (1889 - 1983);
          Inscription: FLOYD F. PHILLIPS - SEPT. 15, 1889 - OCT. 8, 1983 - MOLLIE L. PHILLIPS - NOV. 27, 1889 - JAN. 28, 1964 - OUR FATHER WHICH ART IN HEAVEN;
          Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Byers, Clay County, Texas, USA;
          Created by: Rajordan;
          Record added: Jul 25, 2003;
          Find A Grave Memorial# 7709595
          Find A Grave Memorial

        • Abbrev: Interview with Bonnie
          Title: Interview with Bonnie
          Author: Bonnarea Janell FUQUA Phillips
          Publication: Aug 1977
          Repository:
          • Abbrev: It Happened in Post Oak
            Title: It Happened in Post Oak - A Slice of Lamar & Red River County History
            Author: Johnie LEE
            Publication: American Literary Press, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 2000
            Note:
            http://www.webwife.org/lee/lee.html
            Repository:

              Page: Page 45
              Quality: 3
              Text: Maroney Store ... When Mr. Maroney couldn't be the proprietor, his daughter, Mollie, assisted the customers prior to her marriage.
            • Abbrev: It Happened in Post Oak
              Title: It Happened in Post Oak - A Slice of Lamar & Red River County History
              Author: Johnie LEE
              Publication: American Literary Press, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 2000
              Note:
              http://www.webwife.org/lee/lee.html
              Repository:

                Page: Page 62
                Quality: 3
                Text: Post Offices ... Mail was left at W. L. Maroney's store .... Mollie Maroney Phillips worked in the store and took care of the mail....
              • Abbrev: It Happened in Post Oak
                Title: It Happened in Post Oak - A Slice of Lamar & Red River County History
                Author: Johnie LEE
                Publication: American Literary Press, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 2000
                Note:
                http://www.webwife.org/lee/lee.html
                Repository:

                  Page: Page 64
                  Quality: 3
                  Text: Maroney Store ... When Mr. Maroney couldn't be the proprietor, his daughter, Mollie, assisted the customers prior to her marriage.
                • Abbrev: It Happened in Post Oak
                  Title: It Happened in Post Oak - A Slice of Lamar & Red River County History
                  Author: Johnie LEE
                  Publication: American Literary Press, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 2000
                  Note:
                  http://www.webwife.org/lee/lee.html
                  Repository:

                    Page: Pages 195-197 - W. L. Maroney
                    Quality: 3
                  • Abbrev: It Happened in Post Oak
                    Title: It Happened in Post Oak - A Slice of Lamar & Red River County History
                    Author: Johnie LEE
                    Publication: American Literary Press, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 2000
                    Note:
                    http://www.webwife.org/lee/lee.html
                    Repository:

                      Page: Pages 196-197
                      Quality: 3
                      Text: Mollie L. Maroney married Floyd Franklin Phillips on 2 September 1916. Floyd was born 15 Sept 1889 in Smith County, TX, a son of Zachariah and Mary Ann [sic] (Fisher) Phillips, and was visiting the Gibson family at Post Oak when he met Mollie. After his return from service in World War I, Floyd and Mollie continued living in Post Oak. They were living on or near the Isaac Guest survey in Post Oak in 1920. Mollie was a member of Post Oak Methodist Church from the mid 'teens until she and Floyd moved away. Mollie was a steward in the church in 1915. She was also the Post Oak correspondent to the Blossom Bee in the early 'teens. She signed her column with a pseudonym, as was the custom in those days. Her column, entitled "Gantt Gossip," reveals her sense of humor, as does her pen name, Beauty. Mollie and Floyd were living in Wichita Falls, TX in 1938, and by 1949, they lived in Farris, Atoka County, OK. Mollie died in Byers, Borger County, TX on 28 January 1964, and Floyd died 10 October 1983 in Wichita Falls. They are buried in Byers Cemetery.
                    • Abbrev: United States Federal Census for 1900
                      Title: United States Federal Census for 1900
                      Repository:

                        Quality: 3
                        Text: Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 4, Lamar County, Texas; Roll: T623 1652; Page: 16B; Enumeration District: 78; 20 Jun 1900;
                        W. B. Maroney; Head; White; Male; Jul 1863; Married; 16 (~1884); Georgia; Georgia; Georgia; Farmer;
                        Lena Maroney; Wife; White; Female; Feb 1866; 34; Married; 16 (~1884); 5 Children; 3 Alive; Texas; Tennessee; Tennessee;
                        Minnie Maroney; Daughter; White; Female; Oct 1885; 14; Single; Texas; Georgia; Texas; At School;
                        Mollie Maroney; Daughter; White; Female; Nov 1889; 10; Single; Texas; Georgia; Texas; At School;
                        May Maroney; Daughter; White; Female; Jan 1897; 2; Single; Texas; Georgia; Texas
                      • Abbrev: United States Federal Census for 1910
                        Title: United States Federal Census for 1910
                        Repository:

                          Quality: 3
                          Text: Year: 1910; Census Place: Blossom 4-Pct, Lamar County, Texas; Series: T624; Roll: 1572; Page: 130B; Enumeration District: 91; Part: 1; Line: 24; 2 7 Apr 1910;
                          William L. Maroney; Head; Male; White; 47 (~1863); Married; 27 (~1883); Georgia; Tennessee; Georgia; Farmer; General Farm;
                          Lena M. Maroney; Wife; Female; White; 46 (~1864); Married; 27 (~1883); 5 Children; 5 Alive; Texas; Texas; Texas;
                          Mollie Maroney; Daughter; Female; White; 20 (~1890); Single; Texas; Georgia; Texas;
                          May Maroney; Daughter; Female; White; 13 (~1897); Single; Texas; Georgia; Texas
                        • Abbrev: It Happened in Post Oak
                          Title: It Happened in Post Oak - A Slice of Lamar & Red River County History
                          Author: Johnie LEE
                          Publication: American Literary Press, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 2000
                          Note:
                          http://www.webwife.org/lee/lee.html
                          Repository:

                            Page: Pages 196
                            Quality: 3
                            Text: Mollie was a member of Post Oak Methodist Church from the mid 'teens until she and Floyd moved away. Mollie was a steward in the church in 1915.
                          • Abbrev: United States Federal Census for 1920
                            Title: United States Federal Census for 1920
                            Repository:

                              Quality: 3
                              Text: Year: 1920; Census Place: Justice Precinct 4, Lamar, Texas; Roll: T625_1827; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 110; Image: 506; 14 Jan 1920;
                              Floyd F. Phillips; Head; Rented; Male; White; 30 (~1890); Married; Texas; Texas; Texas; Farming;
                              Molly Phillips; Wife; Female; White; 30 (~1890); Married; Texas; Texas; Texas;
                              Bonnie M. Phillips; Daughter; Female; White; 11/12 (~1919); Single; Texas; Texas; Texas
                            • Abbrev: United States Federal Census for 1930
                              Title: United States Federal Census for 1930
                              Repository:

                                Quality: 3
                                Text: Year: 1930; Census Place: Precinct 8, Lamar County, Texas; Roll: 2368; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 38; Image: 556.0;
                                Bernie M. Phillips; Daughter; Female; White; 11 (~1919); Single; Texas; Texas; Texas;
                                Myrtle Phillips; Daughter; Female; White; 10 (~1920); Single; Texas; Texas; Texas;
                                John F. Phillips; Son; Male; White; 6 (~1924); Single; Texas; Texas; Texas;
                                Henry L. Phillips; Son; Male; White; 6 (~1924); Single; Texas; Texas; Texas;
                                Noble H. Phillips; Son; Male; White; 2 (~1928); Single; Arkansas; Texas; Texas
                              • Abbrev: United States Federal Census for 1940
                                Title: United States Federal Census for 1940
                                Repository:

                                  Quality: 3
                                  Text: Year: 1940; Census Place: Wichita County, Texas; Roll: T627_4164; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 243-52B; 22 Apr 1940;
                                  Lines: 57-61; Renting; Monthly rent: $5; Farm: No;
                                  Hay E. Phillips; Head; Male; White; 50 (~1890); Married; Grade: 5; Texas; Same House; Laborer; Farm; 52; $600;
                                  Mellie L. Phillips; Wife; Female; White; 50 (~1890); Married; Grade: 10; Texas; Same House;
                                  John J. Phillips; Son; Male; White; 15 (~1925); Single; Grade: 6; Texas; Same House;
                                  Henry L. Phillips; Son; Male; White; 15 (~1925); Single; Grade: 6; Texas; Same House;
                                  Nable H. Phillips; Son; Male; White; 12 (~1928); Single; Grade: 4; Arkansas; Same House
                                • Abbrev: It Happened in Post Oak
                                  Title: It Happened in Post Oak - A Slice of Lamar & Red River County History
                                  Author: Johnie LEE
                                  Publication: American Literary Press, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 2000
                                  Note:
                                  http://www.webwife.org/lee/lee.html
                                  Repository:

                                    Page: Page 196 - 3rd column
                                    Text: Mollie L. Maroney married Floyd Franklin Phillips on 2 September 1916. Floyd was born 15 September 1889 in Smith County, TX, a son of Zachariah«i» [sic]«/i» and Mary Ann «i»[sic]«/i» (Fisher) Phillips, and was visiting the Gibson family at Post Oak when he met Mollie. After his return from service in World War I, Floyd and Mollie continued living in Post Oak.

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