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Charles Tilman Abernathy
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Birth: Feb. 4, 1860
Giles County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Aug. 31, 1919
Fisher County
Texas, USA

Parents were William Abernathy and Ideanna "Dan" Cook.

William Abernathy served in Civil War and shortly after Civil War both William and wife Dan (indiana) Cook died and a Hopkins family raised the three brothers and sister.


1. James William Abernathy 1884 - m 1908 Minnie Ola Tow
in Scott County AR
2. Alta Elizabeth Abernathy Graham Bryan Birth 01 Feb 1886 in Leonard, Fannin, Texas, Death 13 Jul 1975 in Indio, Riverside, CA m 1901 John H Graham (1877 – 1909) and Richard Bryan (1876 - 1959)
3. Charles Walter Abernathy 1888 - m Lena Tucker
4. Thomas Arthur Abernathy 1890 - m 1910 Bessie (Elizabeth) Hyatt
5. John Ernest (Dick) Abernathy Born Ardmore OK 1892- 17 Oct 1960 died in California
6. Frances Myrtle Abernathy 1894- m Bill Barlow
in California 
Family links: 
  Sarah Frances Moss Abernathy (1862 - 1928)
  James William Abernathy (1884 - 1951)*
  Alta Elizabeth Abernathy Bryan (1886 - 1975)*
  Charles Walter Abernathy (1888 - 1918)*
  Thomas Arthur Abernathy (1890 - 1972)*
  John E Abernathy (1892 - 1960)*
  Myrtle Frances Barlow Abernathy Thomas (1894 - 1965)*
*Calculated relationship
Coop Prairie Cemetery
Scott County
Arkansas, USA
Created by: Hannah
Record added: Apr 23, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 89005399
Charles Tilman Abernathy
Added by: Philis Cook
Charles Tilman Abernathy
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Thinking of you today...
- Mary Lou McCormick
 Added: Jun. 6, 2015
Joseph Cullen Root declared that June 6th of each year to be ‘Woodmen Memorial Day" and woodmen who had died should be remembered and honored. "Dum Tacet Clamet," meaning, "Though silent, he speaks" Thinking of you today…
- Mary Lou McCormick
 Added: Jun. 6, 2014

- Mary Lou McCormick
 Added: Apr. 27, 2013
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