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Dabney Euell Cawthon

Dabney Euell Cawthon

Lawrence Willis (View posts)
Posted: 947331761000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1007602960000
Surnames: CAWTHON, SCRIMAGER
We have a Cawthon family of Dabney Euell Cawthon and Mary Magdalene Scrimager Kentucky to Missouri to Arkansas. Do you know of a connection? We had a Scott Cawthon who went to Texas and died there in 1943. We are looking for descendants.
Thanks in Advance,
Larry Willis

Re: Dabney Euell Cawthon

Nancy Zebelean (View posts)
Posted: 948557825000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1007603145000
Surnames: CAWTHON, BIRD, ELLIOTT
Joseph Cawthon was a brother to Dabney Euell, b. 3/5/1832, Tn., D. 2/15/1884, Salem, Dent Co. Mo. Joseph was my gg grandfather. I'm looking on info on him. The father was Martin Bird, and the mother Nancy Elliott.

Re: Dabney Euell Cawthon

Posted: 1015650977000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1030248029000
Surnames: CAWTHON
Martin B. was son of David, who was son of John, who was son of Charles, per Jean Rodwicks's "Cothern Clan" prelim update, dated 4-9-2001. David had younger brother William, my gggrandfather. You may already have all this info but I am late on the scene of tree research and just now found your messages.
Ted Wright

Re: Dabney Euell Cawthon

Astrid (View posts)
Posted: 1063951575000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1064066913000
Surnames: CAWTHON
Dabney Euell Cawthon is my great great grandfather. Most of the Cawthon's I am familiar with live in Kansas City, MO, Omaha, NE, and on the native American reservation in Oklahoma. My grandfather was Clyde Vernon Cawthon. There is some info available on www.familysearch.org. Good luck with your search.

Re: Dabney Euell Cawthon

Posted: 1125879092000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1141507253000
Surnames: Cawthon, Scrimager, Elliott, Gates
I am a decendant of Dabney and Mary Magdeline Scrimager thru their son Wiley Newt, and his son Barto Sr. and then Barto Jr. I have some info on their wives, but would like ancestry of Nancy Elliott and Jane Gates if you have it or know someone who does. Thanks.

Re: Dabney Euell Cawthon

kristen (View posts)
Posted: 1162485794000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1162553690000
Surnames: Cawthon
In my files I have a Scott E Cawthon, son of Dabney and Mary Cawthon, who born 17 May 1878 in Edmonton, Metcalfe, Kentucky, USA and died 27 Dec 1943. I'm assuming this is this correct Scott; however this is the only information I have on him.

Re: Dabney Euell Cawthon

Posted: 1219871860000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1220057168000
Surnames: Bird, Cawthon
Martin Bird was Indian, his dad was Redbird and was murdered for unknown reasons. The Cawthon family took in Martin Bird and raised him. Either him or Dabney (think it was Dabney) moved to Mizzou to hide out from agents hunting indians to send to OK reservations, when all done, Dabney moved to Arkansas, I have his ox yoke in my garage that pulled his wagon to Arkansas (wife hates it) and his and her pictures (charcoal drawings/wife says they are creepy) at my home. Not sure this answered any of your questions. If you want a pic of the pics, just e-mail me.

Re: Dabney Euell Cawthon

Posted: 1299871323000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cawthon
Hello, I am helping a friend research her family roots. Her grandfather was also Clyde Vernon Cawthon. Her was Thelma Iona Cawthon.

I know this is an older post, and a lot of research has been done in the meantime. Someone has even put together a book about the Cawthon family. I am wondering if anyone has any documentation about Martin Bird Cawthon. Is there any proof that he was adopted, and that he was an Indian.

Thanks. Kathy

Re: Dabney Euell Cawthon

Posted: 1328633747000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cawthorn
saw your listing on Dabney Cawthorn, would like to know what other information you have on the Cawthorns. my niece married a cawthorn from ky and he wanted me help him with his tree, also would love a copy of the picture and of the yoke thanks so very much

Re: Dabney Euell Cawthon

Posted: 1328648602000
Classification: Query
Our spelling is Cawthon but so many could not read or write, there are many spellings but did all originate from Kentucky. There was a shooting of a woman and her lover (both lived) and part of the family headed to Arkansas. A Cawthon also hit a guy in the head with a rock in an election line and I believe that group moved to Fort Worth, TX. I may have those backwards. If you ask around Kentucky, you can probably hear about the shooting as people still remembered that when my Grand Parents went to Kentucky in the 70's. It was around the Cawthon Cemetary where you can see many spellings of the name. I will try to post a pic of the yoke later. Let my know if you find anyone who remembers stories about the shooting.
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