|Birth: ||Sep., 1855|
|Death: ||Jan. 12, 1934|
Cynthia Jean Grigsby was the daughter of
Andrew Grigsby 1816 and Hannah Walker 1820. Her known siblings were: Annis Grigsby 1840; Ling Grigsby 1841; Leanna Grigsby 1842; Nancy Caroline Grigsby 1843; Martha E Grigsby 1844; Eliza C Grigsby 1846; Huston Grigsby 1847; Elmina Grigsby 1849; Malepe Grigsby 1851; Tacson Jackson Grigsby 1853; William Grigsby 1855; Henderson Grigsby 1859; John N Grigsby 1862; Sealana C (Laland) Grigsby 1864.(spelling from census records)
Tennessee State Marriages, confirms that Cintha (Cynthia) Jane Grigsby became the bride of Isaac N Gully in a Wedding Ceremony on April 13, 1876 in Hawkins Co., Tennessee. From this union the following known children were born: Cordelia Gulley 1877 – 1900; John Leland Gulley 1878 – 1948; William Gulley 1880 – 1908; Thomas Jackson Gulley 1883 – 1939; Orbie L Gulley 1884 and Dana I Gulley 1895 – 1965.
The 1880 census declared that Isaac and Cynthia were living with his father and mother. He and his father were farmer, and Cynthia had given birth to three children.
In the 1900 census it was revealed that Isaac and Cynthia owned their farm free of any encumbrances in Saint Clair, Hawkins Co.,Tennessee. Cynthia had given birth to 7 children and they were all alive. Isaac, John, Thomas and Orbie were all sharing in the farm labors.
March 29, 1902 was a sorrowful day for Cynthia, her dearly beloved Isaac had passed away. She and her family selected a burial plot in the Shepherd Cemetery for their beloved Isaac, and gathered their to bid him farewell, and to "Rest in Peace"
1920 census found Cynthia living alone in her home in Saint Clair, Hawkins Co.,Tennessee.
In 1930 census Cynthia was in Washington, Newton Co., Indiana living with he son Dana and his wife, Mollie and 3 grandchildren.
It was learned from the Indiana Deaths, That while she was with Dana she passed away.
Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920 confirmed that Cythia Jane Gulley passed away on Jan. 12, 1934 in Washington Township. The source is from the County Clerk Office, Kentland, and was produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.
Cynthia's remains was shipped to Bulls Gap to be buried with her beloved Isaac in the Shephard Cemetery where together they "Rest in Peace"
(Bio by Isaac's 1st cousin 2x removed, Audrey DeCamp Hoffman)
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Isaac Nelson Gulley (1852 - 1902)*
Cordelia Gulley Walker (1877 - 1900)*
William Gulley (1880 - 1908)*
Created by: Audrey DeCamp Hoffman
Record added: Oct 21, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 78881990