Family Group Record for Paul George Riley



Husband Paul George Riley

           Born: 22 Nov 1866 - Virginia
           Died: 30 Dec 1931 - Quannah, Hardeman County, Texas
           Buried:  - Quanah, Hardeman, Texas


         Father: Charles William Riley (1843-1888)
         Mother: Susan Melvina McDaniel (1847-1906)


       Marriage: 16 Nov 1884 - Hopkins County, Texas

       Other Spouse #2: Lottie Elizabeth Baker (1886-          )

Events

 1. He was employed on 9 Feb 1903 in Tira, Hopkins, Texas as Postmaster.




Wife Nelson Mattie Anderson

           Born: Jan 1870 - Missouri
           Died:  - Texas
           Buried: 



Children
1 F Elsie Leona Riley




           Born: 12 Aug 1885 - Hopkins County, Texas
           Died: 10 Nov 1938 - Hollis, Harmon, Oklahoma
           Buried: 11 Nov 1938 - Dryden Cemetery, Hollis, Harmon, OK
           Spouse: Albert Maried Taylor (1883-1976)
           Marr: 18 Oct 1904 - Hopkins County, Texas



2 F Francis M. Riley

           Born: Sep 1886 - Texas
           Died: Bef 1920
           Buried: 



3 F Ora M. Riley

           Born: Sep 1890 - Texas
           Died: 
           Buried: 
           Spouse: Homer T. D. Lackey (1886-1934)
           Marr: 10 Jun 1906 - Hopkins County, Texas



4 M Ferd K. Riley

           Born: 4 Nov 1892 - Texas
           Died: 25 Feb 1969 - Hollis, Harmon, Oklahoma
           Buried:  - Dryden Cemetery, Hollis, OK
           Spouse: Edna B. Easter Goad (1897-1967)



5 F Donna M. Riley

           Born: Aug 1896 - Texas
           Died: Bef 1920
           Buried: 



6 M Harvey H. Riley

           Born: 2 Jun 1899 - Texas
           Died: 4 Oct 1900 - Hopkins County, Texas
           Buried: 6 Oct 1900 - Tira Cementery, Hopkins, Texas



7 M Ben E. Riley

           Born: 20 Mar 1900 - Hopkins County, Texas
           Died: 26 Jan 1949 - Hardeman Cnty, Texas
           Cause of Death: Stroke - Cerebial Hemmorage
           Buried: 29 Jan 1949 - Quannah Cemetery, Hardeman County, Texas
           Spouse: Dalphina Turnbough (1883-          )



8 M William Paul Riley

           Born: 14 Sep 1904 - Hopkins County, Texas
           Died: 27 Jul 1956 - Quanah, Hardeman, Texas
           Cause of Death: Heart disease
           Buried: 29 Jul 1956 - Quanah Cemetery, Quanah, Hardeman, Texas



9 F Velma Sue Riley

           Born: 10 Oct 1905 - Tira, Hopkins, Texas
           Died: 5 Dec 1980 - Quanah, Hardeman, Texas
           Buried: 
           Spouse: Rufus Franklin Turnbough (1902-1985)



10 F Pauline Riley

           Born: 1911 - Oklahoma
           Died: Bef 1920
           Buried: 



11 M Johnny Riley

           Born: 1913 - Oklahoma
           Died: 
           Buried: 




General Notes: Husband -

1894 Hopkins County, Texas Tax Roll #1
P.G. Riley no accessments.

Appointed Postmaster of Tira, Texas February 9, 1903-January 1905, by US Postmaster General Henry C. Payne.

In 1888, he was farming next to Charles William Riley at Miller Grove, TX.

1900 Census - Hopkins County, Texas
8th Pct. Page 280 Dwelling 116

1910 Census - Oklahoma
Dryden Township, Harmon County.

1920 Census - Hardeman County Texas
Township: Precinct 4

Death record # 56296 Hardeman County, Texas

1930 was in Healdton, Carter, OK with new wife, Lottie.


Research Notes: Husband -

RED TOP No. 53 A school located between Dryden Community (a post office
from June 30, 1892, to January 31, 1919) and Hollis, Harmon County,
Oklahoma (population 2002-3,100)
Red Top's first teacher was Sallie Parker, School board members in 1909
were: C H Wolfe, J P Mills, P G Riley and J W Stotts.
Teachers in 1917 and 1918 were Mr and Mrs E B Brown. Agatha and E M Biddy taught in 1927.
Red Top later consolidated with Hollis No 66.


Research Notes: Wife -

This could be the brother of Mattie Nelson Riley - ?
Anderson, J. H. - b. 19 June 1845, d. 19 June 1916 (Obituary) - J. Harvey
Anderson, one of Cumby's respected citizens, died at the family home
Monday afternoon following a stroke of paralysis on May 30th. He died on
his 70th birthday. The deceased came to Texas from Missouri about 54
years ago, locating at Miller Grove, moved to Cumby 12 years ago. He
served in the Civil War. He was married twice, and two children survive
him by the first union, namely, Mrs. Rosa Preston, of Pride, Texas, and
Mrs. Mary Battenfield of Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is also survived by his
second wife, mother of C. A. Bridges; a sister, Mrs. Paul Reiley of
Kirkland; two brothers , Pleas Anderson of Dike, and Bob Anderson, whose
present address is unknown. Burial at Miller Grove, conducted Revs. S. M.
McPhail and Jarall Moore.