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BERNALILLO COUNTY
 

HIRAM MATLOCK was born Aug 1871 IN. Hiram married Samantha Reed. In 1900 Hiram

was living in Cherokee Nation OK. Moved to Texas for a few years then to New

Mexico where he was living in 1910-20. Hirams parents are unknown at this time.

Samantha died Feb 4 1912 Bernalillo Co NM. Hiram married 2nd Bernice?

 

1910 MATLOCK HIRAM Torrance Co NM McIntosh 264A
Hiram Matlock Head WM 37 M1 18 yrs IN TN IN Farmer
Samanthy      Wife WF 36 M1  8/5   MO TN MO
Grace         Dau  WF 14 S         OK IN MO
Bessie        Dau  WF 13 S         OK IN MO
Dewey         Son  WM 11 S         OK IN MO
Ernest        Son  WM  7 S         TX IN MO
Stephen       Son  WM  4 S         TX IN MO


1920 MATLOCK HIRAM Bernalillo NM Albuquerque 22-18
# 357 John H Woods Head WM 24 M   VA VA VA Plumber
      Bessie       Wife WF 22 M   OK IN MI
      Joseph       Son  WM  3 S   NM VA OK
      Cem????      Dau  WF  1 S   NM VA OK
#358 Hiram Matlock Head WM 47 Wd  IN IN IN Machinist Railroad
     Earnest       Son  WM 17 S   TX IN MO
     Steve         Son  WM 14 S   TX IN MO

 

1930 MATLOCK HIRAM Bernalillo NM Albuquerque 26B

Hiram Matlock Head WM 59 M IN IN IN Machinist Railroad

Bernice       Wife WF 57 M MS NC AL

 

JAMES ALEXANDER MEDLOCK born June 17 1877 MO. James registered for the World War I

Draft on Sept 12 1918 from Vigo Co IN. James was of a medium height and build with

brown eyes and dark hair. James married Ada/Ida. James can be found on the 1900-1910

Vigo Co IN, 1920 El Paso Co CO and the 1930 Bernalillo Co NM.

 

1930 MEDLOCK JAMES Bernalillo NM Albuquerque 6B

James Medlock Head  WM 52 M MO MO MO Pipe Fitter Gas Co

Ada           Wife  WF 47 M IL IL IL Linen Hotel

Everett       Son   WM 22 M IN MO IL Musician

Zerilda       D/Law WF 21 M KS US US 

 

DEATH RECORDS:                       

 

New Mexico Deaths 1899-1940

 

MATLOCK  MALE      02 04 12 BERNALILLO      2

MATLOCK  MAUDE     06 15 37 BERNALILLO    516

MATLOCK  SAMANTHA  02 04 12 BERNALILLO    386

MATLOCK  SARAH E   09 21 18 BERNALILLO    496

 

CEMETERY RECORDS:

 

Sunset Memorial Park

 

MATLOCK Charlotte J.                1939 Aug 4                                                         
MATLOCK Norman F.     1924 Jan 11 - 1991 Jun 29
                                        
   

 

CHAVES COUNTY

 

NANCY L LYNCH MATLOCK born abt 1862 TX. It is unknown who Nancy was married to at

this time. In 1910 Nancy Matlock was living in Chaves Co NM living with her brother

Thomas Lynch. In 1920 Nancy and her brother’s family can be found in Socorro Co NM.

Nancy died March 17 1922 Socorro Co NM.

1910 MATLOCK NANCY L Chaves Co NM Lake Arthur 140B
Thomas W Lynch  Head   WM 52 M1 27 yrs TX VA KY Ranchman
Ella C          Wife   WF 42 M1 6/5    TN TN TN
Thomas J        Son    WM 24 S         TX TX TN Cowboy
Jesse C         Son    WM 20 S         TX TX TN Cowboy
Augustine C     Son    WM 16 S         TX TX TN Cowboy
Samuel          Son    WM  4 S         NM TX TN
Maria M         Dau    WF  1 S         NM TX TN
Nancy L Matlock Sister WF 48 Wd 0/0    TX VA KY
 

JEREMIAH “JERRY” MEDLOCK born abt 1857 TX. Jerry married Laura Eaton Oct 20 1881 in

Llano Co TX. Jerry and his family have not been found on the 1900. In 1920 Jerry M

is living in Childress Co TX with his son Avery. It is said that Jerry died 1923 in

Lubbock Co TX.


1910 MEDLOCK JERRY M Chaves Co NM Hagerman 124A
Thomas Teague    Head   WM 30 M1 8 yrs TX MO AL Laborer
Delia            Wife   WF 26 M1 3/2   TX TX TX
Elyin            Son    WM  6 S        OK TX TX
Laura O          Dau    WF  4 S        OK TX TX
Jerry M Medlock  F/Law  WM 53 Wd       TX MS MS
William W Yancey Nephew WM 21 M1       TX MO TX Laborer
Daisy            Niece  WF 17 M1       TX TX TX 

 

GRACE MATLOCK born 1917 AR. Annie L Taylor Matlock is on the 1920 Boone Co AR Census

living with her father James Taylor. Annie is listed as being married, but no male

Matlock is in the home. Grace Matlocks father at this time is Unknown. In 1930 Grace

Matlock was living in Chaves Co NM. 

 

1930 MATLOCK GRACE Chaves Co NM Roswell 20B

Luther Burton   Head  WM 37 M       AR TN US Farmer

Annie           Wife  WF 30 M       AR TN US

Grace Matlock   S/Dau WF 13 S       AR AR AR

Luther C Burton Son   WM  5 S       AR AR AR

Orville         Son   WM  3 11/12 S AR AR AR

George H        Son   WM  2 S       AR AR AR

 

COLFAX COUNTY

 

NEWSPAPERS:

 

Weekly Courier (Fort Collins, Larimer County May 30 1906)

 

 

 

From the English language New Mexico newspaper The Albuquerque Journal, 21
May 1906, p. 3:

Double Hanging Takes Place in Raton Friday - Jose Arguello and John Medlock to Suffer.
 Both Men Seem To Be Resigned To Their Fate

 Correspondence Morning Journal
   Raton, N.M. May 19‹David Arguello and John Medlock, the latter a negro, will
be hanged in the yard of the county jail here on Friday morning, May 25th.
Sheriff Marion Lattrell who will officiate at the execution has everything
ready and it is safe to say that there will be no hitch in the execution.
 Sheriff Littrell has been asked for permission to witness the hanging by a
great many persons, but the list will be limited to twenty, including the
doctors and members of the press.
 Both of the condemned men seem resigned to their fate, but they take the
approaching end in very different manners. Arguello has written letters to his
family bidding them farewell.  He eats little and is apparently bearing his
approaching end quietly only by putting a severe check on his nerves.
 Medlock on the other hand is a hearty eater, sings and dances and is
apparently up to this time wholly unconcerned at the approaching end of his
existence.  No effort has been made to secure a commutation for Medlock, but a
petition has been prepared asking for life imprisonment for Arguello.  It is

not believed that it will be successful.
 

From the English language New Mexico newspaper The Albuquerque Journal, 24
May 1906, p. 5:

Arguello and Medlock Will Hang Together
 Double Execution in Raton Tomorrow Morning.
 Governor Hagerman Declines to Interfere for Arguello
 Both of Condemned Men Murderers of Women ‹ Story of the Crimes For Which They
 Must Pay
 

 David Arguello and John Medlock, the latter a negro, will be hanged tomorrow
in the yard of the Colfax county join in Raton tomorrow morning at (can¹t
read) o¹clock in the presence of the officers, physicians and reporters, in
all twenty men being allowed to be present at the execution. Sheriff Marion
Littrell of Colfax county will have charge of the execution
 Each man has been the murderer of a woman, and Arguello will hang for the
killing of Francisco Garcia, a Colfax county deputy, whom he shot while the
officer was trying to arrest him for the murder of a woman in Colorado.
 No attempt has been made to save the life of Medlock, the negro, but friends
of Arguello have spared no effort to induce Governor Hagerman to commute the
sentence to life imprisonment. This the governor has persistently refused to
do and yesterday there was received in Raton the governor¹s final word
declining to do anything to stop the administering of justice.
 Arguello is nervous.  He has written many letters and writes constant in his
cell.  He has taken in the last few days of his life under the death watch to
reading the Bible and asks for religious advice and instruction. He sleeps
little and plainly fears the approaching end.
  Medlock is quiet and apparently indifferent.
  The death watch has been maintained since yesterday. Both men have been
carefully searched to prevent attempt at suicide, and both are watched night
and day by relays of guards. There is little likelihood of any miscarriage of
justice through the fault of the Colfax county officers.

 The construction of the scaffold was completed Tuesday.  It was set up in
the rear of the jail yard and every blow of the hammer could be heard by the
condemned men. Photographs have been made of both.
 

 Arguello Was Twice a Murderer
 Living all of his life a quiet and sober man, with even a tendency to
religious enthusiasm, David Arguello within a year threw the training of years
to the wind, and committed two murders, for the latter of which he will die
tomorrow.
 It was on Thursday, July 23, 1905, that Arguello shot and killed Mrs. Celia
Dassart, a pretty half-breed woman, who was not yet twenty years of age.  The
murder was done at the woman¹s home in Bowen, Colorado. Arguello had lived at
Bowen for some time when the Dassart family moved there. The man had been
steady and industrious.  He was married and was considered a good husband.
Soon after the Dassarts come to Bowen Arguello began paying attention to Mrs.
Dassart. She did not return his open admiration, but repulsed him steadily. At
length, wearying of his attentions, she told Mrs. Arguello of her husband¹s
fickle heart. Early on the day of the murder Arguello went to the Dassart
home.  Mrs. Dassart refused to talk to him and sent word to Mrs. Arguello,
when Arguello returned home his wife ??? Him with his attentions to Mrs.
Dassart.  It is part of the story that Mrs. Arguello struck her husband on the
head with a sugar bowl in the presence of Mrs. Dassart, who had come into see
what her instructions for the control of the erring husband were carried out.
Angered by the indignity Arguello secured a pistol and left the house.
Scarcely had Mrs. Dassart returned to her home when Arguello appeared.
Witnesses saw him enter the house and close the door behind him. A few minutes
later three shots were heard from within the house. Arguello waled from the
house and made his way into the hills. The Dassart woman was found lying on
her face a bullet wound through her back and heart. A posse started after
Arguello, but he kept up a running fight with them and finally made his
escape.
  The Second Murder.
  A reward of $?00 was offered for Arguello¹s capture and early in October
Francisco Garcia informed Sheriff Davis of Trinidad that he believed Arguello
was in hiding hear Raton and thought he could capture him. The Colorado
officer deputized Garcia to make the arrest.  Garcia live in Raton.
  On the 19th of October Garcia, who had located, or who thought he had
located Arguello, called at the Floyd rancy on Johnson Mesa, near Raton, and
found Arguello there. It is supposed that Garcia had not expected to make the
arrest, since he went to the place unarmed, and it is believed that he merely
wanted to locate Arguello. They met and Garcia attempted to serve his warrant.
A short scuffle followed, when Arguello shot the deputy through the heart,
killing him instantly.  Half a dozen men employed about the ranch immediately
overpowered Arguello and took him to Raton where he was jailed.
  Arguello had been warned by a friend that Garcia would attempt to arrest
him, and was prepared, for the coming of the deputy. He was convicted at the
last term of Colfax county court.
 

  Medlock Also Murdered Woman.
  John Medlock is to hang tomorrow for the murder of a woman named Carrie
Boyd, or McKinney, more than three years ago in the Gardiner coal camp. The
Boyd woman was living with a negro named McKinney when Medlock won her
somewhat fickle affections. She went to live with him but after a short time
left him for another man. A short time after Medlock appeared in a saloon in
Gardner, where the woman was stopping, and without warning shot her. ³Let her
alone,² the murderer yelled, as someone attempted to hold up the dying woman,
³I want to see her drop.²
  Then flourishing his pistol he cleared the saloon and a moment later made
his escape in the darkness. Medlock escaped to Oklahoma, but he was easily
traced since one of his eyes had been gouged out.  He was located but before
extradition could be made, he was arrested for an attempt to murder a woman in
Indian territory, and was sent to the Leavenworth government prison at
Leavenworth, Kas., for a short term.  On his release, he was arrested by New
Mexico officers and delivered in Raton.  Last July, with other prisoners,
Medlock made his escape from the Raton jail.  He was caught by Sheriff
Littrell in Pueblo.  He was held in the Raton jail for more than a year.

 

 


CURRY COUNTY

 

JAMES HORTON MATLOCK born Dec 1873 TN. James is possibly the son of William and

Talitha Matlock. James can be found on the 1880 Hawkins Co TN, 1900 Jackson Co

IN, 1910 Comanche Co OK, and the 1920-30 Curry Co NM Census. James registered

for the World War I Draft on Sept 19 1918 from Curry Co NM. James was of medium

height and build with dark brown eyes and hair. James named his wife Edith as

his next of kin. James died March 11 1948 Curry Co NM.


1920 MATLOCK J H Curry County NM Blacktower Precinct 48-4
J H Matlock Head WM 46 M TN TN TN Farmer
Ethel       Wife WF 36 M TX Sweden
Albert      Son  WM  8 S OK TN TX
Thelma      Dau  WF  6 S OK TN TX
Dayne       Son  WM  2 S NM TN TX

 

1930 MATLOCK JAMES H Curry Co NM Ranchvale 1B

James H Matlock Head WM 55 M TN TN TN Farmer

Edith A         Wife WF 44 M TX Sweden

Albert J        Son  WM 18 S OK TN TX

Thelma          Dau  WF 16 S OK TN TX

Damon J         Son  WM 12 S NM TN TX
Imogene         Dau  WF  9 S NM TN TX

Joyce           Dau  WF  6 S NM TN TX

Mary            Dau  WF  4 S NM TN TX

 

H C METLOCK born 1869 MO

1920 METLOCK H C Curry County NM Clovis 46-7
H C Metlock Roomer WM 52 D MO MO MO Janitor Hospital

 

OBITS:

 

Mr. Benton Matlock   Jul   4 1943

Mrs. Benton Matlock  Jul   4 1943

James H Matlock      Mar  11 1948

June Matlock         Apr  30 1928

Spencer Lee Matlock  Jun  23 1940

DONA  ANA COUNTY
 

ELLA E MATLOCK born abt 1845 TX. Ella was married to Miles J Matlock In 1880

they were living in Wise Co TX, in 1900 Ella E Matlock was a widow in Bowie

Co TX. Ella hasn’t been found in 1910 at this time. In 1920 She was living in

Dona Ana Co NM.


1920 MATLOCK ELLA E Dona Ana County NM Mesilla Upper Precinct 29-10
William J Kyle Head  WM 42 M  TX KY KY Farmer
Rose           Wife  WF 32 M  TX TX TX
Clifford       Son   WM 12 S  TX TX TX
Ella E Matlock M/Law WF 75 Wd TX TX TX

 

EDDY COUNTY

 

LEONARD METTLACK born abt 1902 MO. Leonard can be found living with his brother

Albert Mettlock in Newton Co MO in 1920. In 1910 Leonard is with his Mother Kate

and Siblings in Lawrence Co MO, This family wasn’t found in 1900. In 1930, Leonard

was living in Eddy Co NM. His father is unknown at this time.

 

1930 METTLACK LEONARD Eddy Co NM Otis 144

Leonard Mettlack Head WM 28 M   MO KS Germany Farmer

Margaret         Wife WF 21 M   NM KS NE

Leonard Jr       Son  WM 2/12 S NM MO NM

 

CLAUDE LEE MEDLOCK born April 7 1889 AR. Claud registered for the World War I Draft

on Sept 12 1918 from Eddy Co NM. Claud named his wife Frances as his next of kin.

Claud's employer was named Perry Medlock Claud was short with a medium build, with

dark brown eyes and black hair. At the time of application Claud had a right broken

leg. Claude married 1st Francis Pearson, 2nd Ethel Marie Duvall. Ethel died March 5

1950 Maricopa Co AZ. Claud can be found on the 1900-1910 Sharp Co AR and the 1920-

1930 Maricopa Co NM Census.

 

PERRY W MEDLOCK born April 6 1877 AR. Perry. Perry registered for the World War I Draft

on Sept 12 1918 from Eddy Co NM. Perry listed his wife Abbie as next of kin. Perry was

of medium height and build with brown eyes and black hair. Perry can be found on the

1900-1910 Shape Co AR and the 1920 Maricopa Co AZ.


GRANT COUNTY

 

MILTON SCOTT MEDLOCK born June 26 1882 AL On Sept 12 1918 Milton registered for the

World War I Draft Registration from Grant Co NM. Milton named Mary Agnes Medlock as

his next of kin. Milton was tall with a slender build with blue eyes and dark colored

hair. 1920 Milton was living in Monroe Co AL, in 1930 Milton was living in El Paso Co

TX. Milton was the son of Sylvester Medlock. Milton died Nov 27 1971  Perdue Hill AL.

 

CEMETERY RECORDS:

 

New Hurley Cemetery, Grant County, New Mexico

 

MEDLOCK, MARTHA   - 27 APR 1918    4

  

MCKINLEY COUNTY

 

ROBERT MEDLOCK born about 1867 MO. Robert was the son of Allen and Serilda Medlock

of SC. In 1880 Robert can be found with his parents in Cole Co Mo. Robert married

1st Mary ? was living in Macon Co MO in 1900, In 1910 he was living in Harrison Co

MO as a Wd. In 1920 Robert was living in Jackson Co MO and was married to Elizabeth.

 

1930 MEDLOCK ROBERT McKinley Co NM Thoreau 15B

Robert Medlock Head WM M 63 MO MO MO Minister

Elizabeth      Wife WF M 54 KS AR IN

 

WILLIAM GEORGE MATLOCK born May 2 1883 TN. William was the son of Absolom and

Rebecca Matlock. William married Jean. On Sept 12 1918 William registered for

the World War I Draft from McKinley Co NM. William named his wife Jean as his

next of kin. William was of a medium height and medium build with blue eyes

and light colored hair. William can be found on the 1900 Loudon Co TN, and the

1920 Los Angeles Co CA Census.

 

STEVE D MEDLOCK enlisted on Dec 28 1945 as a Private, Air Corps. Steve enlisted

from Albuquerque NM. Steve’s residence state was listed as Mc Kinley Co NM. Steve

was a white male born 1928 NM. Steve’s level of education was Grammar School,

Steve was single and his occupation was a Truck Driver.

 

DEATH RECORDS:

 

New Mexico Deaths 1899-1940

MATLOCK    VIRGINIA       06 27 17       MCKINLEY   33


OTERO COUNTY

 

ADDISON SWANSON MEDLOCK born May 17 1883 AR. Addison was the son of Samuel and Sallie

and Medlock. Addison married Annie L Stockton. Addison registered for the World War I

Draft on Sept 12 1918 from Chaves Co NM. Addison can be found on the 1900 Llano Co TX,

1920 Otero Co NM and the 1930 Imperial Co CA Census. Addison died Nov 1963 Multnomah

Co OR.

1920 MEDLOCK ADDISON Otero County NM Weed Precinct 125-2
Addison Medlock Head   WM 36 M  AR MS AL Farming
Annie           Wife   WF 20 M  AR AR IL
William         Son    WM ?? S  NM AR AR
Sallie          Mother WF 76 Wd AL AL AL

 

QUAY COUNTY
 

TIMOTHY MATLOCK born June 1881 TX. Timothy was the son of Moore and Malissa Matlock.

In 1900 Timothy can be found with his parents in Parker Co TX. Timothy has not been

found in 1920, but in 1930 he was living in Gila Co AZ. Timothy Jr, shows according

to the SSDI that he was born Oct 4 1904 and died Oct 21 1988. Shows last residence

as Springtown Parker Co TX. SS was issued in 1951 AZ.


1910 MATLOCK TIMOTHY C Quay NM Jordan 164A
Timothy Matlock  Head WM 29 M1 6 yrs TX TX TX Farmer
Effie D          Wife WF 23 M1 1/1   IA IN IN
Timothy E        Son  WM  5 S        OK TX IA


ROOSEVELT COUNTY
 

JAMES ELIK MATLOCK born abt 1860 TN. James is the son of John and Martha Matlock.

In 1880 James was living in Ellis Co TX. In 1900 James and Annie were living in

Wise Co TX  James hasn’t been found in 1920 or 1930.


1910 MATLOCK ELIK J Roosevelt Co NM Elida 51B
Elik J Matlock Head WM 50 M1 25 yrs TN TN TN Farmer
Annie          Wife WF 52 M1 4/4    TN TN TN
Walter         Son  WM 21 S         TX TN TN Farm Laborer
Myrtle J       Dau  WF 16 S         TX TN TN
Ruth           Dau  WF 14 S         TX TN TN

 

ROY/RAY MATLOCK was born abt 1901 TX. Roy was the son of James A and Annie Matlock.

In 1920 Roy can be found with his parents in Lubbock Co TX. In 1900-1910 this family

was living in Williamson Co TX.

 

1930 MATLOCK ROY Roosevelt Co NM Portales 151

Roy H Medlock Head   WM 29 M      TX TN MO Farmer

Thelma F      Wife   WF 28 M      TX TX TX
James         Son    WM  1 8/12 S TX TX TX

Inez B        Sister WF 27 S      TX TN MO

 

MARRIAGE RECORDS:

 

Claud Lee Medlock   Frances Letitia Pearson  04 Jul 1918 C 115

Jimmie Ned Medlock  Emma Lee Ellis           25 May 1947 K 5159

Jim L Matlock       Mildred Mauldin          17 May 1952 0 72

 

DEATH RECORDS:

 

New Mexico Deaths 1899-1940

MATTOCK     GLYNU   P    05 25 37       ROOSEVELT           026

 

SAN MIGUEL COUNTY

 

JEAN MATLOCK born abt 1887.

 

1930 MATLOCK JEAN San Miguel Co NM Las Vegas

New Mexico Insane Asylum

Jean Matlock Inmate WF 43 M US Unk Unk 


SOCORRO COUNTY

 

NANCY L LYNCH MATLOCK born abt 1862 TX. It is unknown who Nancy was married to

at this time. In 1910 Nancy Matlock was living in Chaves Co NM living with her

brother Thomas Lynch. In 1920 Nancy and her brother’s family can be found in

Socorro Co NM. Nancy died March 17 1922 Socorro Co NM.

1920 MATLOCK NANCY Socorro County NM Magdalena 159-11
Thomas Lynch   Head   WM 62 M   TX VA KY Stock Grower
Ella           Wife   WF 52 M   TN TN TN
May            Dau    WF 11 S   NM TX TN
Beulah         Dau    WF  8 S   NM TX TN
Nancy Matlock  Sister WF 48 Wd  TX VA KY
 

New Mexico Deaths 1899-1940

MATTOCK    NANCY     L    03 17 22       SOCORRO             626
 

TORRANCE COUNTY

 

GEORGE C MATLOCK born abt 1860 MO. George C married Mary ? George and family can

be found 1910 Torrance Co NM.

 

1910 MATLOCK GEORGE C Torrance Co NM Mountain Air 217B
George C Matlock Head WM 50 M1 30yrs MO VA MO Farmer
Mary             Wife WF 50 M1 5/5   MO MO Ger
Eva              Dau  WF 27 S        MO MO MO
Ada              Dau  WF 25 S        MO MO MO
Earl             Son  WM 15 S        MO MO MO

 

HARRY L MATLOCK born Sept 27 1880 MO. Harry L was the son of George C and Mary C

Matlick and can be found on the 1900 Scotland Co MO Census. Harry married Ida

Allen. Harry can be found on the 1910 Torrance Co NM and the 1920-1930 Kay Co OK

census. Harry died Dec 1976 Kay Co OK.


1910 MATLOCK HARRY Torrance Co NM Mountain Air 217A
Harry Matlock Head WM 29 M1 6 yrs MO MO MO Farmer
Ida           Wife WF 25 M1 1/1   KS IN IN
Ruvella       Dau  WF  5 S        MO MO KS
 

HIRAM MATLOCK was born Aug 1871 IN In 1900 Hiram was living in Cherokee Nation OK.

Moved to Texas for a few years then to New Mexico where he was living in 1910-20.

Hirams parents are unknown at this time. Samantha died Feb 4 1912 Bernalillo Co NM.
 

1910 MATLOCK HIRAM Torrance Co NM McIntosh 264A
Hiram Matlock Head WM 37 M1 18 yrs IN TN IN Farmer
Samanthy      Wife WF 36 M1  8/5   MO TN MO
Grace         Dau  WF 14 S         OK IN MO
Bessie        Dau  WF 13 S         OK IN MO
Dewey         Son  WM 11 S         OK IN MO
Ernest        Son  WM  7 S         TX IN MO
Stephen       Son  WM  4 S         TX IN MO
 

E L MATTLOCKS born abt 1878 IL E L and family are found living in Torrance Co NM in 1920.


1920 MATTOCKS E L Torrance County NM Moriarty Precinct 210-10
E L Mattocks Head WM 42 M IL PA KS Farmer
Maggie       Wife WF 42 M KS ENG ENG
Ralph        Son  WM 18 S NM IL KS
Fern         Dau  WF 16 S KS IL KS
Emma         Dau  WF 13 S KS IL KS
Slane?       Dau  WF 12 S NM IL KS
Isabel       Dau  WF  8 S NM IL KS

 

DEATH RECORDS:

 

New Mexico Deaths 1899-1940

MATLOCK  CHARLES  J    04 07 40   TORRANCE  516

 

VALENCIA COUNTY  

 

AUGUSTA MEDLOCK born abt 1870 AR. Augustus is the son of Sam and Sarah Medlock, He

can be found with his parents on the 1880 Ashley Co AR census. 1900 Augustus was

living in Fisher Co TX. In 1910-1920 Augustus can be found in Irion Co TX. By 1930

Augustus and some of his family were living in Valencia Co NM.

 

1930 MEDLOCK AUGUSTA Valencia Co NM Prec 14 217

Augusta Medlock Head  WM 60 M AR GA AL Farmer

Myrtle A        Wife  WF 56 M TX TX GA

Katy A          Dau   WF 18 S TX AR TX

Mary            Dau   WF 16 S TX AR TX

Ray L           Son   WM 13 S TX AR TX

Hilda Lofton    G/Dau WF  6 S TX TX TX

 

JEWELL AULT MEDLOCK born May 9 1899 TX. Jewell was the son of Augustus and Myrta

Medlock. Jewell registered for the World War I Draft on Sept 12 1918 from Irion

Co TX. Jewell named his mother Myrta as next of kin. Jewell was of medium height

and build with brown eyes and dark colored hair. Jewel married Nellie Easter

Heywood. Jewell died Sept 1978 Pima AZ. Jewell can be found on the 1900 Fisher Co

TX, 1910-1920 Irion Co TX and the 1930 Valencia Co NM Census.

 

1930 MEDLOCK JEWEL A Valencia Co NM Prec 14 217

Jewel A Medlock Head WM 30 M   TX TX AR Farmer

Nellie  E       Wife WF 23 M   TX AL TX

James           Son  WM  5 S   AZ TX TX

Ray             Son  WM  4 S   AZ TX TX

David           Son  WM 2/12 S NM TX TX


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