Person:Lottie Webb (4)

     
Lottie Queen Webb
b.11 August 1875 Parke County, Indiana
m. 04 NOV 1847
  1. Nancy Jane Webb1849 -
  2. Richard J. Webb1850 - 1905
  3. Sarah J. Webb1852 -
  4. John H. Webb1854 -
  5. Spotsard Webb1856 -
  6. George W. Webb1859 -
  7. Edna E Webb1862 -
  8. Mary A Webb1865 - after 1951
  9. Addie Webb1868 - aft 1951
  10. Lottie Queen Webb1875 - 1951
  • HFinis Cox
  • WLottie Queen Webb1875 - 1951
m. 28 Aug 1895
  1. Mary J. Cox1896 - ABT 1968
m. 27 AUG 1899
  1. Raymond L. Watkins1900 - 1949
  2. Harry Watkins1901 - 1902
  3. Beulah Margaret Watkins1903 - 1965
  4. Gertrude Claire Watkins1910 - 1998
  5. Robert Kelsey Watkins1910 - 1954
m. 1939
Facts and Events
Name[1] Lottie Queen Webb
Gender Female
Birth[2][1][3] 11 August 1875 Parke County, Indiana
Census[3] 1880 Union Township, Parke, Indiana
Marriage 28 Aug 1895 Parke, Indiana, United Statesto Finis Cox
Marriage 27 AUG 1899 Bellmore, Parke, Indianato Daniel Lewis (Cap) Watkins
Census 1900 Russell Township, Putnam, Indiana, United Stateswith Daniel Lewis (Cap) Watkins
Census 1910 Russell Township, Putnam, Indiana, United Stateswith Daniel Lewis (Cap) Watkins
Census 1930 Mason Township, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indianawith Daniel Lewis (Cap) Watkins
Residence[1] 1939 Oshkosh, Garden, NebraskaHer obituary states that "She was married to Forest Hunnell twelve years ago (1939) and moved to Oshkosh, Nebraska."
Marriage 1939 Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana, United Statesto Forrest Hunnel
Death[1] 20 April 1951 Crawfordsville, Montgomery County, Indiana
Burial[1] Russellville, Putnam, Indiana, United StatesMount Moriah
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About Lottie Queen Webb

LOTTIE QUEEN WEBB was born on 11 Aug 1875 at Parke County, Indiana. She appeared on the census of 1880 at Union Township, Parke County, Indiana.

She married FINIS O. COX on 28 Aug 1895 at Parke County, Indiana, at the age of 20. Lottie's father, John Webb, died in March 1895, just a few months before her marriage to Finis Cox.

She married DANIEL LEWIS (CAP) WATKINS, son of THOMAS KELSEY WATKINS and SIDNEY CATHERINE LEWIS, on 27 Aug 1899 at Bellmore, Parke County, Indiana, at the age of 24. She and DANIEL LEWIS (CAP) WATKINS appeared on the census of 1900 at Russell Township, Putnam County, Indiana. She and DANIEL LEWIS (CAP) WATKINS appeared on the census of 1910 at Russell Township, Russellville, Putnam County, Indiana. She and DANIEL LEWIS (CAP) WATKINS appeared on the census of 1930 at 803 John St, Mason Township, Crawfordsville, Montgomery County, Indiana. Granddaughter Nancy Reichard was given the title of "Candy Girl" at the wedding. The wedding was held in the house on Tuttle.

She married FORREST HUNNEL in 1939 at Crawfordsville, Montgomery County, Indiana. She lived in 1939 at Oshkosh, Garden County, Nebraska.

She died on 20 Apr 1951 at age 75. She was buried at Russellville, Putnam County, Indiana.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Cap Watkins Family Collection: Collected by Gertrude Watkins Reichard. (Obituaries), Secondary quality.
  2. Lottie Watkins. Watkins Webb Family Record. (Family Record), Primary quality.
  3. 3.0 3.1 United States. Bureau of the Census. 10th census, 1880. 1880 federal census : soundex and population schedules. (Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, 19--?), 1880, Primary quality.

    Year: 1880; Census Place: Union, Parke, Indiana;
    Roll: 303; Family History Film: 1254303; Page: 500D; Enumeration District: 176; Image: 0485.
    John Webb Entry

  4.   United States. Bureau of the Census. 13th census, 1910. Indiana, 1910 federal census : population schedules. (Washington, District of Columbia: National Archives and Records Administration, 19--?), 1910, Primary quality.

    Russellville, Putnam, Indiana, United States
    Series: T624; Roll: 375; Page: 184A; Enumeration District: 111; Part: 3; Line: 18
    Watkins Family Entry

  5.   United States. Census Office. 12th census, 1900. Indiana, 1900 federal census : soundex and population schedules. (Washington, District of Columbia: The National Archives, 19--?), 1900, Primary quality.

    Putnam, Indiana, United States
    Roll: T623 399; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 84
    Watkins Family Entry

  6.   United States. Bureau of the Census. 15th census, 1930. Indiana, 1930 federal census: population schedules ; NARA microfilm publication T626. (Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of the Census Micro-Film Laboratory, 199-?), 1930, Primary quality.

    Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana, United States
    Roll: 620; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 24; Image: 404.0
    Watkins Family Entry

    1930
  7.   Nancy Watkins. Nancy Watkins Letter. (Letter, January 5, 1900), 1900, Primary quality.

    I have just received a letter from Auntie Lib & one from our sister Mary and they each spoke of you and the changes that had come to your home and heart to say that you are now happy and they are also glad for you. Will you dear brother allow me to offer my congratulations to you & yours also. I am so glad for you. I have always loved you as much as it is any ways at all possible for an elder sister to love a younger brother and you being my only brother my affections were stronger it seems to me. But circumstances have for many years have kept us apart and from showing that affection that was really always in my heart. But now I am glad that circumstances have changed for the better and that you may now enjoy a happy old age. God bless you and your dear wife and may you each be happy is the prayer of your sister Ella. I do not know if you still live at Russelville.

    Nancy Elen (Ella) is writing to Daniel Watkins (Capt.) concerning his recent re-marriage to Lottie (Webb) Cox. The letter is written 4 months after the wedding. His failed marriage to Etta Lakin must have been the “circumstances” being discussed. Nancy is the oldest sister, 8 years older than Daniel. Sister Mary is Mary Elizabeth, 2 years younger than Daniel. Auntie Lib is unknown.