Harold Clifford Parsons: Birth: 17 MAY 1921 in West Virginia. Death: 13 MAR 1985 in Mansfield General Hospital, Mansfied, Richland County, Ohio
Note: 1900 U.S. Federal Census Jackson County, West Virginia Pipley Parsons, William P. 49 Parsons, Parthena 46 Parsons, John M. 25 Parsons, Daniel A. 20 Parsons, William E. 14 Parsons, Granvill P. 13 Parsons, James O. 10
1910 U.S. Federal Census Jackson County, West Virginia Ripley Parsons, William E. 23 married(1) 0 yrs Parsons, Edith 22 married(1) 0 yrs mother of 0, 0 living
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Name: William Edward Parsons County: Jackson State: West Virginia Birth Date: 14 Aug 1885 Race: White FHL Roll Number: 1992557 DraftBoard: 0 Age: Occupation: Nearest Relative: Height/Build: Color of Eyes/Hair: Signature:
1920 U.S. Federal Census Jackson County, West Virginia Ripley Parsons, W. E. head 34 Parsons, Fannie A. wife 24 Parsons, Doyl H. son 4 Parsons, Mildred D. daughter 2 Parsons, Virginia L. daughter 7/12 Ingram, Aristotal brother-in-law 16 (60-9 in file)
1930 U.S. Federal Census Kanawha County, West Virginia Charleston Enumeration District No. 24, Sheet No. 1A HH #6-8 Parsons, William A. 44 married at 30 Parsons, Fannie A. 34 married at 20 Parsons, Haskel D. son 14 Parsons, Mildred D. daughter 12 Parsons, Virginia L. daughter 10 Parsons, Harold C. son 8 Parsons, Marie B. daughter 7 Parsons, Denzil U. son 4 Parsons, Louis M. son 2 (24-1 in file)
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U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: William Edward Parsons Birth Date: 14 Aug 1885 Birth Place: Jackson, West Virginia Residence: Union, Ohio Race: White Age: Occupation: Nearest Relative: Height/Build: Color of Eyes/Hair: Signature: (in file)
Publication: Charleston Daily Mail (Charleston, West Virginia) Published: Wednesday, September 08, 1954 Page 4 Headline: Ed Parsons Dies; NYC Employee William Edward Parsons, 69, of La Rue, 0., a former resident of Kanawha county, died Monday at his home after an extended illness. He was a yardman with the New York Central Railroad at the Bellefont, O., yards, and a member of a Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Fannie Ingram Parsons; three sons, Haskel Parsons of Hubbard, Minn., Harold of Shelby, O., and Louis of Dunbar; three daughters, Mrs. Mildred Sayre of La Rue, Mrs. Lorene Jividen of Robertsburg and Marie Greenwood of Hubbard; two brothers, Perry and Dan of Charleston; two sisters, Mrs. Verna Williams and Mrs. Margaret Parsons of Charleston, and 24 grandchildren. The body will arrive Thursday morning at Cunningham mortuary.
Burial Hickory Grove Church Cemetery, near Kentuck, Jackson County, West Virginia http://wvcpaweb.org/cemeteryregister/Jackson/JacksonHickory.html (image in file)
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