Albert Pike Lee b. 12 Sep 1852 "Greasy Valley", Subiaco, Logan Co., AR d. 3 Nov 1930 Subiaco, Logan Co., AR married: 13 Nov 1870 Johnson Co., AR Buried: Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Subiaco, Logan Co., AR Father: Daniel R. Lee Mother: Susan A. Redden
wife: Rebecca Elizabeth Baker b. 7 Nov 1852 Yell Co., AR d. 12 Jan 1900 Logan Co., AR Buried: Mt. Carmel, Subiaco, Logan Co., AR Father: Zacheriah "Jack" Baker Mother: Dinisha Garner
Mack Lee b. 3 Jan 1874 Logan Co., AR d. 27 Jan 1874 Logan Co., AR Buried: Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Logan Co., AR
Bennett "Ben" Franklin Lee b. 6 Jan 1875 Subiaco, Logan Co., AR d. 30 Nov 1925 Logan Co., AR Married: 31 Jul 1910 in Logan Co., AR Buried: Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Logan Co., AR
wife: Martha Pearl Parham b. Sep 1894 New Blaine, Logan Co., AR d. Nov 1931(heart dropsy following childbirth) buried: Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Logan Co., AR Father: Anderson Parham Mother: Sarah Scott 2nd marriage: Robert Jones
Juleddia Anna Lee b. 2 Jan 1877 Subiaco, Logan Co., AR d. 5 Dec 1959 Paris, Logan Co., AR Married: 28 Nov 1897 Logan Co., AR Buried: Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Logan Co., AR
husband: Elihu Embree "Eli Emory" Rose b. 14 Jun 1872 Terre Haute, Indiana d. 20 Mar 1931 Buried: Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Logan Co., AR Father: John Wilson Rose Mother: Mary Ann Killian
Daniel Allen Lee b. 23 Nov 1878 "Greasy Valley" Subiaco, Logan Co., AR d. 21 Jun 1939 Booneville, Logan Co., AR 1st marriage: 20 Dec 1903 2nd marriage: 21 Apr 1911 buried: Moore Cemetery, Logan Co., AR
1st wife: Lucy Fields b. 1872 Vian, Sequoyah Co., Oklahoma, Indian Territory d. 17 Sep 1910 Vian, Sequoyah Co., Oklahoma buried: Memorial Garden Cemetery, Vian, Sequoyah Co., Oklahoma
2nd wife: Bernice Wilcox b. 25 Sep 1894 d. Nov 1976 Buried: Roseville Cemetery, Placer Co., CA
Arthur Henry Lee b. 31 May 1881 Subiaco, Logan Co., AR d. 8 Aug 1943 1st Marriage: 31 Aug 1902 Logan Co., AR 2nd Marriage: 21 Mar 1942. Buried: Moore Cemetery, Logan Co., AR
1st wife: Pearl Idell Huffman b. 19 Mar 1884 Heard, Georgia d. 2 Jun 1934 Logan Co, AR buried: Moore Cemetery, Logan Co., AR Father: D. Lonzo Huffman Mother: Martha Mattie Dorough
2nd wife: Veta C. Harrison b. 8 May 1895 d. 13 Jul 1978 Buried: Caulksville Cemetery, Caulksville, Logan Co., AR
Clayton "Clayt" Floyd Lee b. Jan 1883 Greasy Valley, Subiaco, Logan Co., AR d. 26 Oct 1938 Houston, Harris Co., TX buried: Houston, Harris Co., TX
wife: Gladys Jessie Horry b. 4 Aug 1893 AR d. Jun 1981 San Angelo, Tom Green, TX (ssdi:TX) Father: William Franklin Horry Mother: Arminda Lane
Dolphus E. Lee b. 12 Oct 1884 d. 16 Jan 1903 (tombstone) buried: Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Logan Co., AR
William "Harl" Harrel Lee (Elder) b. 18 Aug 1886 Greasy Valley, Subiaco, Logan Co., AR d. 24 Mar 1941 Donaldson, Hot Spring Co., AR (tombstone) 1st marriage: 18 Jul 1907, Logan Co., AR. 2nd marriage: 15 Jul 1913, Logan Co., AR Buried: Quachita Cemetery, Donaldson, Hot Spring Co., AR
1st wife: Nora Mexie Davis b. 20 Jan 1885 Alabama d. 11 Nov 1911 buried: Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Logan Co., AR Father: Jessie William Davis Mother: Cornelia
2nd wife: Lillian Grist b. 25 Aug 1892 d. 25 Nov 1972 (tombstone) Buried: Quachita Cemetery, Donaldson, Hot Spring Co., AR
Boone R. Lee b. Feb 1887 Greasy Valley, Subiaco, Logan Co., AR d. 30 Jan 1912 buried: National Cemetery, Section West, Row 44, Grave 347.
Bossey Lee b. 13 Apr 1888 d. 17 Nov 1888 buried: Mt. Carmel Cemetery Logan Co., AR
Albert Pike Lee, Jr. died in infancy. Buried: Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Logan Co., AR
Thomas Firoma Lee b. 26 Jul 1894 d. 3 Jul 1895 Buried: Mount Carmel Cemetery, Logan Co., AR
Lodema "Dema" Lee b. 20 Jan 1897 Subicao, Logan Co., AR d. 24 Apr 1961 Ozark, Franklin Co., AR Married: 24 Dec 1917, Logan Co., AR. Buried: Ridge Cemetery, Hills Chapel community, near Ozark, Franklin Co., AR
husband: Arnold Don Sikes b. 17 Jan 1886 Roseville, Logan Co., AR d. 15 Jan 1964 Ozark, Franklin Co., AR Buried: Ridge Cemetery, Hills Chapel community, near Ozark, Franklin Co., AR Father: James Andrew Sikes Mother: Lucy Jane Routon
Notations on Albert Pike family
1870 Federal Census, Mountain Township, Johnson Co., AR:
Baker, Dinisha, 49, AL
George S., 20, AR
Uriah H., 19, AR
Rebecca E., 17, AR
Thomas, E., 13, AR
Emily E., 11, AR
Zachariah, 6, AR
A. P. Lee & R. E. Baker in Book N-O, pg 239, Married: 13 Nov 1870 Clarksville, Johnson Co., AR courthouse marriage records.
Johnson Co., AR land records for Albert Lee:
19 section 7N 21W 80 acres 1884 Aug 20.
Clayton "Clayt" Lee tells this story. "He was living in Houston, TX and had his mother, "Aunt Becky" down for a visit. One night Clayt's wife, Jesse, ran a tub of bathwater for Aunt Becky and told her all was ready for her bath. After a while, Jesse, went in to see why all was so quiet in the bathroom. Startled, Jesse asked why Aunt Becky was sitting in the tub with her gown still on. Aunt Becky replied, "I'm not about to get in there with nothin' on!"
Parents of Jessie Horry :
Father: William F. Horry b. 21 Nov 1869 Macon Co., GA d. 3 Mar 1944 Megargel, Archer Co., TX Buried: Restland Cemetery, Olney, Young Co., TX (more on rootsweb)
Mother: Arminda Lane b. 26 Jan 1887 d. 24 Nov 1949 Buried: Restland Cemetery, Olney, Young Co., TXChildren of William F. Horry & Arminda Lane
Joyce RM Horry (male) b. 1907 TX
Jessie Gladys Horry b. 1888 Tx
Weldon Franklin Horry (located Chickasha, Grady Co., OK) b. 1915 (more on rootsweb)
Grover Hugh J. Horry b. 1919 (more on rootsweb)
Charles Kenneth Horry
added info. on findagrave; Restland Cemetery.
Boone R. Lee enlisted in the US Army as a Private at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri on 17 Jan 1909 to serve 3 years. He was 21-1/2 years old and had been a farmer. He was 5 feet 9-1/2 inches tall with brown hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion. He served in the Phillipine Islands and was qualified as a first class gunner. He was discharged 12 Jan 1912 at the Presidio of San Francisco. The character of his service was listed as honest and faithful. He stayed in San Francisco for a few days to see the sights. Four days after his discharge he was admitted to Letterman General Hospital at the Presidio with pneumonia. He died 30 Jan 1912 and was interred in the National Cemetery, Presidio of San Francisco with full military honors. (Grave location -- West side, Row #44, Grave #347.)
Lucy Fields, on roll of the Guion-Miller Rolls, Eastern Cherokee Court of Claims 1906-1909 pg 281.During World War II, his brother, Clayton, & his wife, Jessie, went to visit the grave on a trip to San Francisco. Jessie had an uncanny resemblance to Eleanor Roosevelt and the guards thought she was the president's wife.
Albert Pike Lee family lived most of their lives on their farm near the east end of Greasy Valley, a half mile south of the present Subiaco city lake. Besides their 13 children born to them, several of whom died in childhood, 35 other children grew up in their home and felt like they were part of the family. There were nieces, nephews and others of no kin who shared this happy home. Many times Aunt Becky was the only doctor to minister to the needy of the region in times of childbirth (midwife) and illness. Aunt Becky would ride a mule from their home in Greasy Valley south of Subiaco, carrying a sack of corn to the grist mill at the bluff, to have gound into cornmeal. Usually one or two of the children went along for the ride. Memoirs written by Clayton Lee
Clipping from an old newspaper:
Elder S. F. Coyse: Dear brother in Christ-It is with a sad heart that I will try to write a few lines in memory of Adolphus Lee. Adolphus was a son of Brother and Sister Lee. He was born 12 Oct 1884, died 15 Jan 1902, making his stay on earth 17 years, 3 months and 3 days. This precious boy had become interested about his future happiness sometimes before Christmas. His mother told me there had been a great change in him. He was sick a little over a week with Pouhumiona (Pneumonia). All was done that was in the power of loving friends and medical aid. God knows best, he does all things well. He was very patient during his sickness. He remarked to his brother just two or three nights before he was taken sick if he just knew he could be saved and knew there was a better place, he would not care at all to die. Before he was taken sick, when with young folks, he would tell them he wanted to say goodbye, for he might never see them again. The night he died he called his brother-in-law and asked him what time it was. He told him it was 10 O'clock, and he said to his brother-in-law that before 12 he would rest. He died at 3:00 a.m. His last words when he called his sister was to say, he didn't have any home here. He then said to a girlfriend of his, "I am just about gone." This was the last words he spoke. He was a good singer and loved to sing, his favorite song, "Gathering Home".
Up to the bountiful giver of lifeGathering home, gathering home Up to the land that knoweth no strife God's children are gathering home Gathering home, gathering home Never to sorrow, never to roam Gathering home, gather home God's children are gathering home. By E.L. Simons
He is not dead, but living. It is so hard to part with those that are near and dear to us, but we can only say, "The Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh away, blessed be the name of the Lord." He leaves a mother and father, brothers and two sisters, with a host of friends and relatives to mourn for him. I will just say to the heart broken father and mother, weep not, for you can only say he is gone, but his departure is not without hope, as he left an abundance of evidence of his union with Jesus. May God's richest blessings rest with the bereaved ones. And may their grief be made more easy to bear by the thought of Adolphus in his new home, and of that great and glorious reunion in the sweet by and by, where heart aches and partings are unknown, and where in the gladsome sunlight of God and His Holy Angels all will be joy, peace, and unending bliss. As for Adolphus, the cares and heartaches of this world are laid aside. In the presence of God and the Lamb his splendid voice enriched by God's sunlight with a crown of life upon his brow, has its place in the heavenly choir, and through out the endless days.
Dinisha, (wife of Zacheriah "Jack" Baker, whose daughter, Rebecca Elizabeth Baker married Albert Pike Lee), is buried at Anderson Cemetery on Red Bench, Magazine Mountain, with some of Rebecca's children. Dinisha's mother was Rebecca Parker Garner and her brother was James L. Garner. Information provided by Joyce Friddle.
James Andrew Sikes b. 1857 Madison Co., AR. Lucy Jane Routon b. 1858 Fannin Co., TX
Martha Mattie Dorough d. 23 Sep 1930 Logan Co., AR
1910 Geary Co., KS: Jessie Lee, age 23, Husband: Clayton, age 30, George H., 3; John D., 2; Hattie E., age 1/12
1920 Houston, Harris, TX: Jessie Lee, age 33, husband: Clayton
1930 USFC: Houston, Harris Co., TX: Jessie, age 42
The Paris Express, dated 16 Jan 1930, “Mrs. Albert Pike Lee, 78, a life-long resident of Logan County, died at home in Subiaco, 11:30a.m., Sunday, Jan 12th, following a week’s illness of pneumonia. She has been married 59 years & lived in the same old homestead for 55 years until four years ago when they moved to their present new home. She is survived by her husband, A. P. Lee; Sons; Dan Lee, Subiaco, Arthur Lee, Scranton, Clayton Lee, Houston, TX, Harl Lee, Donaldson; Daughters: Mrs. Anna Rose, Subiaco, & Mrs. Don Sikes, Paris. Funeral services at Assembly of God Church & burial at Mt. Carmel Cemetery”.
The business location of Clayton F. Lee was located at 117 East 20th St., Houston, TX in the Houston Heights section, near I-610 & I-45. The Forest Park Cemetery is found south of this location on the east side of I-45 less than 5 miles away. The present owner of the old plumbing business is calle The Ink Spots Museum.
Clayton Floyd Lee, Jr. nickname was, "Mr. Heights" PID by his parents, Clayton Lee, Sr & Jessie Horry Lee; his sister identified as, Anna Doris Patton; his brother-in-law, Otis Lee Patton and his son, Billy Allen. At the death of his father in 1938, he took over the family business. Clayton Lee b. ? d. 23 Apr 2002, was buried at Forest Park Cemetery, Houston, Harris Co., TX
Daniel R. Lee & Susan A. Redden
Bennett Franklin Lee & Pearl Parham
Daniel Allen Lee & Lucy Fields
Arthur Henry Lee & Pearl Idell Huffman
William Harrel Lee & Mexie Davis
Lodema Lee & Arnold Don Sikes
William S. Lee & Dicey Ennis
Juleddie Anna Lee & Elihu Embree Rose
George Stark Baker & Margaret Elizabeth Lee