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Charles Coleman Vanderford (5060)

Father: Alvin Taylor Vanderford (4082)
Mother: Amanda Jane Guthery

b. May 20, 1873 in Corinth, Mississippi [census-Miss]

d. Nov. 22, 1956, buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Judsonia, White County, Arkansas. [rootsweb-cem]

m. Aug. 18, 1901 in Heber Springs, Cleburn County, Arkansas, Laura Jane "Lisa" Rudd, b. 1878 in Tennessee [census-Miss & Myrick & Henderson], d. Oct. 16, 1960, buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Judsonia, White County, Arkansas. [rootsweb-cem]

Issue: [census-Miss & Myrick]

Lawrence, d.y.

Leslie Coleman (son), b. May 1, 1903 in Mississippi, d. March 27, 1971 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas [Soerries]

m. Dura Mae Walk, b. Nov. 1, 1907, d. Sept. 18, 2000 [AA]
No issue [Soerries]

Leroy, b. Sept. 29, 1904, d. Oct. 31, 1905, buried in the Old Corinth City Cemetery [Hughes,1971]

Eunice Mae, b. 1906 in Mississippi, d. 1980-5

m. Fred Taylor
issue: [Soerries]

William "Frank", b. April 9, 1908 in Corinth, Mississippi, d. Jan. 27, 1996 in Little Rock, Arkansas, buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Judsonia, Arkansas [Soerries]

m. Ethel, b. June 3, 1906, d. Aug. 12, 1982 in Judsonia, Arkansas [Soerries]

Ray Wood (6072), b. Aug. 25, 1913, d. April 2, 1987

Amanda Louise (6073), b. Feb. 6, 1915


Charles was a laborer and lived on Wicks Street in Corinth, Mississippi. [census-Miss]

Charles and his family were living in Judsonia, Harrison Township, White County, Arkansas and working as a foreman in a cotton gin. [census-Ark]

Charles and his family lived in Judsonia, Arkansas. Charles was working as a fisherman. His daughter, Eunice was a school teacher and his son, Frank was working as a laborer. [census-Ark]

Charles was also a violin maker. He traded a viola for the doctor's service when his daughter Amanda Louise was born. Each of his children has a violin made by him and his grandson, Tom Taylor, has a child size one. [Soerries]

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