|Birth: ||May 7, 1867|
|Death: ||Mar. 8, 1908|
On the June 4, 1900 census for Crumpton Village, Queen Anne's County, MD, Floyd E. Bloxton was 38 years old, having been born May 7, 1867 in Virginia -- the oldest child of Charles Benjamin Bloxton and Clementine Virginia Bloxton, both also born in Virginia. He was listed as a Minister, having been married for four years to Emily A. (DeShane) Bloxton, 28 years old, having been born May 1872 in Maryland to parents also born in Maryland. Both of the daughters born to them were living:
Pauline E. Bloxton, born May 1897 in MD was three years old.
Frances W. Bloxton, born Nov 1899 in MD was six months old.
On the January 16, 1920 census for Baltimore City, Miss Frances, age 20, was a "Pupil Nurse" at the Hospital for the Women of Maryland. On July 15, 1923, Farmville, VA - Mrs. Charles A. Garnett (Pauline Bloxton) announced the engagement of her sister, Miss Frances "Fannie" Bloxton, a popular trained nurse of Baltimore, MD, to Mr. Joseph H. Lewis, Jr., born 1894, of Farmville. Frances graduated from Eastern High School and the Hospital for the Women of Maryland. Mr. Lewis was prominently connected with the best families of Virginia and a graduate of Randolph-Macon College.
Pauline was divorced and living with Frances & Joe Lewis in Richmond City on 1940 census at 221 North Boulevard (1935: Same House for Lewis' - Pauline 1935: Roanoke, Franklin, VA). Joe (46) C-4, b. VA, 60 hrs. Road Supervisor, Electric Co., 52 wks @ $2,340 in 1939. Frances (40) H-3 (?) (See education in her engagement announcement), Registered Nurse, Private Duty, 5 wks/$210. Pauline Garnett (42) C-1, Saleslady, Department Store, Retail, 52/$780.
Pauline on 1930 & 1920 censuses with her husband:
Feb 6, 1920, Farmville, Prince Edward County, VA, 300 block of Virginia Street:
Charles A. Garnett (24), Retail Merchant, Dry Goods, VA X3
Pauline B. Garnett (22)
Charles' parents appear to be Walter (52) (same occupation)
& Mary T. Garnett (49), living at 111 Bridge St.
April 2, 1930, 737-13th St, Roanoke, VA (Renting $60/mo)
Charles (32), married age 21, Tire Merchant, Gen Retail
Pauline (31), m. age 20, MD,VA,MD, Bookkeeper, Tire Business
Charles, Jr. (9), b. 1921, Roanoke, VA; died MD
Rev. Floyd E. Bloxton (aka "Emmet Floyd" Bloxton), b. Nanticoke, MD on May 7, 1867 - d. Lynchburg, VA on March 8, 1908 - Graduate of Randolph-Macon College and member of the Wilmington Conference, M.E. Church & Baltimore Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church; author "Pentecostal Conversion" (154 pages, published 1903) and also published the "Church News" while pastor of Trappe-Faith Chapel, 1901-1903, Trappe, MD.
The following appointment was announced: Salisbury District--Bishopville, supplied by F.E. BLOXTON. Dover, Delaware Convention then adjourned the morning of Wednesday, March 25, 1896.
His widow, Mrs. Emily (DeShane) Bloxton, d. Sunday, January 19, 1913, and her body was transported from her home in Baltimore, MD, to Elkton, MD, with burial in Bethel Cemetery (nearest Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, MD).
Charles Benjamin Bloxton (1845 - 1908)
Clementine Virginia Portwood Bloxton (1844 - 1907)
Emily DeShane Bloxton (1872 - 1913)*
Reedy Springs Baptist Church Cemetery
Maintained by: DONNA BLOXTON PETERSEN
Originally Created by: Christine Phelps
Record added: Feb 19, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34018692