James Wilson Lasley (1816 - 1904)
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James Wilson Lasley (1816 - 1904) was born on June 8, 1816 in Stokes County, North Carolina. He was born into the Lasley family.
He died on April 6, 1904 at Newton County, Stella, Missouri, Purdy, Barry County, North Carolina at 87 years of age. James was buried on April 7, 1906 in New Site Cemetery, Monett, Barry County, Missouri.
James Wilson Lasley's last known residence is at Purdy, Barry County, Missouri.
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James Lasley and Dicea were my Great Great Grandparents. Their daughter Elnora Lasley Waltrip was my great grandmother. She died in Santa Cruz, California. She married James Abraham Waltrip. Their son, William Floyd Waltrip, my grandfather, married Schrildia Rose Keith in 1917 in Santa Cruz and their last child, Faith Delores Waltrip was my mother.
- Given name
- Lasley family history
- Great Britain
- Last Known Residence
- Purdy, Barry County, Missouri
Stokes County, North Carolina
at Newton County, Stella, Missouri,
Purdy, Barry County, North Carolina
- Burial / Funeral
at New Site Cemetery,
Monett, Barry County, Missouri
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James and his wife "Dica" Stogsdill were very patriotic. They were married on July 4th, 1842. Two sons fought on the Union side in the Civil War. Both received severe injuries. Both died some 20 months later within 2 months of each other. Dica was deemed to have nursed them to prolong their lives.
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