Person:Asa Shepherd (2)

Asa F. Shepherd
m. Abt 1836
  1. John S. ShepherdAbt 1836 -
  2. Thomas N. ShepherdAbt 1838 -
  3. Jane Elizabeth ShepherdAbt 1840 -
  4. James Wesley ShepherdAbt 1844 -
  5. Marvel W. Shepherd1846 - 1909
  6. Harriet F. ShepherdAbt 1847 -
  7. Martha A. M. ShepherdAbt 1850 -
  8. Asa F. Shepherd1852 - 1933
  9. William ShepherdAbt 1855 -
  10. Jefferson Davis ShepherdAbt 1860 -
m. 1 Apr 1874
  1. Jane Ellen Shepherd1875 -
  2. John Marvell Shepherd1878 -
  3. Richard Shepherd1880 - 1966
  4. Harriet Louise Shepherd1882 -
  5. Ida Asa Shepherd1884 - 1988
  6. Pearl Shepherd1887 - 1981
  7. Bertha Dolpha Shepherd1889 - 1976
  8. Lucy Etta Shepherd1894 - 1994
Facts and Events
Name Asa F. Shepherd
Gender Male
Birth? 25 Apr 1852 Gilmer, Georgia, United States
Marriage 1 Apr 1874 Brownsville, Haywood, Tennessee, United Statesto Nancy Lucinda Covington
Death? 25 Nov 1933 Wenatchee, Chelan Co., WA
Burial? Evergreen Cemetery, East Wenatchee, Douglas Co. WA

part of the Orondo Project

1900 census Teako, Whitman Co. WA Dist 103 HH 151

Roy Antle (head) b. Sep 1875 age 26 m. 2 yrs MO KY AR

Lulu Antle (head) b. Nov 1872 age 27 m. 2 yrs mother 1/1 living MO KY AR

Archie R. Antle (son) b. Feb 1899 age 1 year MO MO MO

Ace Shepherd (boarder) b. May 1853 m. GA NC NC

from the Big Bend Empire 27 Sep 1906 BRAY'S BREEZES: [news from Brays] Mr. McQuary crossed his machine at Wallace's ferry last Friday and set up for work at A. F. Shepherd's. From there they will go to various places in the neighborhood and when through he expects to store his machine here. [Mr. McQuary was probably Ed McQuary/McQuarrie of Chelan]


Asie Fulton Shephard, 82 died Saturday in a local hospital, after a long illness.

He is survived by his widow, Nancy; one son J. R. Shephard, Wenatchee; six daughters, Mrs. Jennie Holmes, Wheaton, Missouri; Mrs. Hattie Resor of Salem, Oregon, Mrs. Ida Warwick and Mrs. Bertha Burke of Tekoa, Washington, Mrs. Pearl Stevenson of Wenatchee and Mrs. Lucille Sonne [Sonney] of Orondo.

He was a member of the Methodist church of Wenatchee and had been ar esident of this city for 12 years.

Funeral services will be held from the Jones and Jones chapel Tuesday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Stanley G. Logan in charge. Interment will be in Evergreem memorial park cemetery.

  1.   1860 census Fannin Co. GA.

    with parents

  2.   1870 census Gordon Co. GA.

    with his younger brother Jeff and his father & new step-mother, Alsey

  3.   1900 census Tekoa, Whitman Co. WA.

    boarding with the Antle family from back home. Meanwhile Nancy is listed in Newton Co. Missouri with the children.