Photo from 1910. From left standing at back - Joel Marion Bush and brothers
George Lafayette and John James "Jim", sons of John Jacob and Mary (Key) Bush.
2nd row - Thomas Marion, George Lafayette (sons of Joel); Joel's wife, Mary "Molly" Isabel (Wellborn) Bush, and their daughter, Mary Elizabeth "Bettie", and youngest son, William Edgar. Seated center, Mary Key Bush, and to her right, wife of Jim Bush, Anna (Weaver) and children, Rebecca "Trudy" born Jan 17, 1905, John C. born July 17, 1906, Beulah born May 29, 1908, Loneta born June 19, 1910.
Early settlers of Frazier, Mary Key Bush (26 April 1833-1 Nov 1920) and husband, John Jacob Bush (4 Nov 1819 Wurtenburg, Germany-18 Aug 1891) and sons Joel (1855-1933) and George (8 June 1866-13 Jan 1928) and an infant of Joel and Molly (b&d 9 June 1903) are buried in Frazier cemetery (23-T2N-R21W), Jackson County, Oklahoma, and Joel's first wife, Elizabeth "Lizzie" (Rhodes) Bush (11 May 1862-11 May 1890). Lizzie was the first seamstress at Frazier.
Molly (1872-1934), daughter of George Washington and Anthaline (Romans) Wellborn of Jackson county, Alabama, and sons Edgar (1905-1945) and Thomas Marion (1901-1984) are buried in Victory cemetery (17-T2N-R21W).
Thomas William Bush, a fourth son of John Jacob and Mary (Key) Bush was born 28 August 1861, died 18 December 1950 and is buried in Altus Cemetery with his wife, Virginia W., June 12, 1876-Nov 8, 1959. Jim, 1858-1944, is buried in Altus Cemetery with wife Annie, 3 Mar 1880-25 Sept 1959.
George Lafayette Bush, son of Joel, was born 15 August 1895 and died 3 Feb 1969, San Bernadino County, California.
Resources include: Cemetery Records of Jackson County, Oklahoma by C. Dollar (1980), Marilyn Wallace <altagram at swoidup.net> and Altus Cemetery.
|Mary Key Bush
26 April 1833-1 Nov 1920
John Jacob Bush
4 Nov 1819 Wurtenburg, Germany-18 Aug 1891