Bon Jellico Families

The Colonel Franklin Oliver Family


Colonel Franklin Oliver and Mossie Taylor married about 1912. Mossie slipped out her bedroom, took her clothes, and they eloped. They had 17 children.

  1. Chestean (b. 11/3/1913) married Charlie Jones---3 children
  2. Iva (b. 5/9/1915 d. 3/27/1940) married James Jones
  3. Ola (b. 5/9/1916 d. 1917)
  4. Orena (b. 4/22/1918) married Odis Meadors—1 child; 2nd marriage Oswald Renfro
  5. Maude (b. 5/5/1919) married Gorman Creekmore
  6. Lela (b. 8/23/1921 d. 1928)
  7. Halie (b. 2/6/1923) married Fred Reed—4 children; 2nd marriage James Yarnwich
  8. Frank (b. 6/6/1925) married Orene Campbell—6 children
  9. Clifford (b. 8/10/1926) married Marie Hamblin—5 children
 10. Charles (b. 12/18/1927) married Mossie Bunch—1 child
 11. Mable (b. 5/12/29 d 1931)
 12. Virginia (b. 3/9/1931) married Junior Rainey—5 children
 13. Hobert (b. 9/6/1933) married Margie Neal—2 children
 14. Patsy (b. 1/6/1935) married Edward Smith—3 children
 15. Sue (b. 7/23/1936) married Herman Wells—3 children
 16. Ray (b. 7/23/1936) single
 17. Ina (b. 4/6/38) married Charlie Marsee—3 children; 2nd marriage James Kilgore.

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