Detailed Genealogy for Alvin Files

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Mom's Side of the Family

 

Eva Lee Choate Files

Mom

 

 

Eva Lee Choate Files (1932  2016)

Mom

 

Alvin Monroe "A.M." Files (1929   1991)

Dad - husband of Eva Lee Choate Files

 

(Eva and A.M. were also the parents of

Linda Files, Mike Files, and Cathy James)

 

 

Willie Moran Choate Eddy  (1895   1977)

Alvin's Maternal Grandmother

Eva Files' Mother

Daughter of George Washington and Lucy Hughes Moran

Maternal Great Grandfather and Great Grandmother

Willie was born in Gotebo, OK  Died in Ada, OK

She married Warren Sylvester Choate Dec. 25, 1912

She married J. Eddy some time after 1961 when Mr. Choate died

 

Choate side of the family

 

Warren Sylvester Choate  (1887   1961)

Maternal Grandfather

Eva Files' Father

Born in Erath Co. TX  Died in Ada, OK

Married Willie Moran Dec. 25, 1912

 

See more information on Warren Sylvester Choate family

 

Their children were

  Theodore Frances "Dee" Choate (1915   1993)
  James Gwindall Choate (1924   1998)

Eva Lee Choate Files born in Roff, OK 1932

Gladys Ozell Choate Bass (1913  1996)

Ramona Louise Choate Lea (1919   1992) died in AZ, maybe cremated

Annette Choate Childers  (1926   2003)

Betty Jo Choate Davenport (1929   2000)

Paul Choate born in Roff, OK

 

Warren Sylvester Choate's Parents were

  John Dillion Choate (1837   1900)
  Nancy Ann Spurlock Choate (1843   1898)

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Great grandparents of Eva Files


John Dillion Choate's brother was

Jasper Dillion Choate

 

Moran side of the family

 

Willie Moran Choate Eddy  (1895   1977)

Alvin's Maternal Grandmother

Eva Files' Mother

 

Parents of Willie Moran Choate Eddy were

George Washington "Bud" Moran

and Lucinda C "Lucy" Hughes Moran

 

Lucy's parents

George Benjamin "Mike" Hughes and Clara G. M. Baggett married in Tallapoosa, Alabama.

 

George Benjamin "Mike" Hughes joined the Civil war with the 47th Alabma Infantry Company F. Tis regiment was comprised from men from Tallaposa, Co. AL. He was captured at the Battle of Gettysburg, and taken as a POW to Ft.Delaware, Delaware. He died there of Small Pox on December 26, 1863, and is buried at Finn's Point National Cemetery in New Jersey.    The above note from this link on RootsWeb.  To see his mass grave marker click this link.  Picture of the whole large monument.

 

Bud and Lucy Moran also had a daughter

Lula Moran Acrey wife of Odos Edgar Acrey

 

To see more information about the Descendents of James Moran

 

Alvin's Dad's Side of the Family

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