07-Juletta Ellis McNaught
Birth: 7 Dec 1860, Greene Co, IA
Death: 30 Mar 1934, Seattle, King Co, WA- age 73
Burial: Mount Pleasant Cemetery
Mother: Nancy McKnight
Marriage: 3 Dec 1882, Clay Co, TX
Spouse: Thatcher Washington BRANNON
Birth: 31 Jan 1845, Nelson Co, KY
Death: 6 Jan 1902, Sugden, Jefferson Co, OK- age 57
Burial: Sugden Cemetery
Father: Wm Brannon
Mother: Louisa Beall
CHILDREN: Juletta and Thatcher had 6 children:
08----LOUISA ESTELLE "Lula" BRANNON [b. 13 Sep 1883, Henrietta, Clay Co, TX; d. 4 Feb 1920, TX- age 36, bur. Riverside Cemetery], m. Robert Willis BRISCOE [b. 13 Jul 1883, Hunt Co, TX; d. 30 Mar 1942, Wichita Co, TX- age 59, bur. Riverside Cemetery], son of William Alexander Briscoe (1852-1935) and Mary Lettie Henson (1855-1904), had children:
09----JULIA EDNA BRISCOE [b. about 1906, OK; d. 5 Nov 1985, Fresno, CA- age 79], SSN: 551-22-5109/CA? m. Lyle E NORALL [b. about 1910, NE], son of Oscar Norall (1883-) and Mabel ___ (1884-);
09----ANNA FERN BRISCOE [b. about 1909, OK]; and
09----MARY LOUISE BRISCOE [b. 3 Apr 1911, OK; d. 30 Dec 1960, Abilene, Taylor Co, TX- age 49, bur. Riverside Cemetery];
09----ROBBIN BRISCOE [b. about 1913, TX];
09----ROBERT W JR BRISCOE [b. about 1915, TX];
08----CARL BRANNON [b. 4 Oct 1885, Henrietta, Clay Co, TX; d. 19 May 1917, Medical Lake, Spokane Co, WA- age 31, bur. Eastern State Hospital Cemetery #2];
08----FRANK THATCHER BRANNON [b. 19 Oct 1891, Henrietta, Clay Co, TX; d. 1 May 1961, Seattle, King Co, WA- age 69, bur. Washington Memorial Park];
08----WINNIE DAVIS BRANNON [b. 14 May 1894, Henrietta, Clay Co, TX; d. 21 Nov 1966, Seattle, King Co, WA- age 72, bur. Washington Memorial Park], m. Herman Gustaf BRUNSWICK [b. Jan 1892, Owosso, Shiawassee Co, MI; d. 11 Jun 1969, Seattle, King Co, WA- age 76, bur. Washington Memorial Park], 2 children:
09----BONNIE L BRUNSWICK; [b. about 1920, WA]; and
09----ROBERT BRANNON BRUNSWICK [b. 6 Sep 1926, Seattle, King Co, WA; d. 2 Sep 2010, Kirkland, King Co, WA- age 83, cremated], m. Colleen WALSH, had 2 children:
10----PATRICIA K "Pattee" BRUNSWICK [b. 1 Nov 1948, Seattle, King Co, WA; d. 16 Sep 2003, Bellevue, King Co, WA- age 54, bur. Greenwood Memorial Park], had daughter:
11----SARA KATHLEEN PARKER [b. 18 May 1976, King Co, WA; d. 5 Feb 1977, King Co, WA- age 8 mo, bur. Greenwood Memorial Park]; and
10----ROBERT JR BRUNSWICK;
08----ELMER PATTON BRANNON [b. 9 Oct 1896, Henrietta, Clay Co, TX; d. 21 Mar 1970, Boone, Boone Co, IA- age 73, bur. Linwood Park Cemetery], Registered for Draft, WW2, m. Doris Jane HAGGARD [b. 1905, Piatt Co, IL; d. 10 Dec 1991, Boone, Boone Co, IA- age 86, bur. Linwood Park Cemetery], daughter of William T Haggard (1871-1938) and Myrtle Ola Hursh (1874-1934), had 2 sons [census]
09----JAMES BRANNON [b. about 1936, IN]; and
09----JOHN BRANNON [b. about 1939, IN];
08----JULIA AUGUSTA BRANNON [b. 27 Oct 1899, OK; d. 11 Nov 1982, Seattle, King Co, WA- age 93, bur. Washington Memorial Park], SSN: 537-03-2692/WA, m. Leo S DUNCAN [b. 3 Jan 1897, Johnston City, IL; d. 28 May 1983, Seattle, King Co, WA- age 86, bur. Washington Memorial Park], Registered for Draft, WW2, SSN: 531-10-8043/WA son of Samuel Edward Duncan (1965-1949) and Laura Ann McNeill (1867-1961).
1870 Louisville Ward 1, Jefferson Co, KY census: has (all b. KY) TW Brannon 25, Bookkeeper, in the household of Van B Stiles, Distiller, and others.
1880 Township (Precinct) 1, Baylor Co, TX census: has Thatcher V Brannon 33, b. KY, (Sojourner) Farmer, along with William Brannon 26, b. KY.
1910 Jefferson Twp, Comanche Co, OK census: has Robert W Briscoe 26, b. TX, Farmer-General Farm; Lulu E Briscoe 26, b. TX (2 children-2 living); Edna J Briscoe 4, b. OK; Anna F Briscoe 1, b. OK; William A Briscoe 57, b. TX, Farm Laborer-General Farm (Father, Widow)(10 children-6 living); Elvy Briscoe 14, b. OK (Sister-in-Law); and Berden Gibson 11/12, b. OK (Granddaughter).
1920 Seattle, King Co, WA census: has Julia Brannon 55, b. IA (Widow); Frank Brannon 28, b. TX, Truck Driver-Port Commission; Elmer Brannon 23, b. TX, Boiler Maker-Ship Yards; Juletta Brannon 20, b. OK, Stenographer-Department Store; Herman Brunswick 28, b. MI, Stock Clerk (Son-in-Law); Winnie Brunswick 25, b. TX (Daughter); and Bonnie L Brunswick 3/12, b. WA (Granddaughter).
1920 Wichita Falls, Wichita Co, TX census: has (all b. TX) RW Briscoe 36; Lula Briscoe 36; Edna Briscoe 13; Fern Briscoe 11; Louise Briscoe 9; Robbin Briscoe 7; RW Briscoe 4; RM Wright 18, Rigg Builder (Lodger); and Robert Green 17, Laborer-Dairy (Lodger).
1930 Wichita Falls, Wichita Co, TX census: has (both b. TX) Robert W Briscoe 48, Proprietor-Dairy; and Robert W Briscoe 15.
1930 Seattle, King Co, WA census: has Herman G Brunswick 39, b. MI, Clerk-Furniture; Winnie D Brunswick 35, b. TX; Bonnie L Brunswick 10, b. WA; Robert B 3, b. WA; and Julia Brannon 69, b. IA (Mother-in-Law, Widow).
1930 Chicago, Cook Co, IL census: has Elmer P Brannen, b. TX, Clerk Office-Meat Packing (Roomer) in the household of Carrabel Bowman 58, b. IL, Dressmaker, and others.
1940 Wichita Falls, Wichita Co, TX census: has R Willis Briscoe 56, b. TX, Manager & Operator-Dairy.
1940 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA census: has Lyle E Norall 30, b. NE, Escrow Office-Commercial Bank; and Edna Norall 33, b. OK, Bookkeeper-Dept Store.
1940 Seattle, King Co, WA census: has Herman G Brunswick 48, b. MI, Wood Shop-Airplane Factory; Winnie Brunswick 45, b. TX; Bonnie Brunswick 20, b. WA, Page in Library-Public Library; Robert Brunswick 13, b. WA; and Louise Smyth 21, b. WA, Housework-Private Home (Lodger).
1940 Indianapolis, Marion Co, IN census: has Elmer Brannon 43, b. TX, Ass't Buyer-Wholesale Meat Packers; Doris Brannon 33, b. IL; James Brannon 4, b. IN; and John Brannon 1, b. IN.
1940 Seattle, King Co, WA census: has Leo S Duncan 43, b. IL, Taxi Driver-Taxi Co; Julia Duncan 40, b. OK, Stenographer-NLRB; and Bruce Duncan 6, b. WA.
2010 OBITUARY: Robert Brannon Brunswick. Born at home in Columbia City, Seattle to Herman and Winnie Brunswick on Labor Day, September 6, 1926. He died, peacefully and at home, September 2, 2010 in Kirkland, surrounded by his loving family. He graduated from Franklin High School in 1944 and immediately joined the US Navy where he earned the rank of Aviation Ordnance man Third Class; testing, loading and calibrating weapons on WWII fighters. In 1947, he met and married Colleen Walsh. They raised two children, Patricia Kaye, and Robert Jr in the house Bob designed and built over a three year period next to his parents on Bennett Street in Columbia City.
The family moved to Kirkland in 1965. This home he too customized with his own personal style of quality of craftsmanship. Bob and Colleen were very active socially. Besides a shared love of golf, they enjoyed bridge, bowling, traveling and gathering with friends and family. Bob also enjoyed hunting and fishing. He worked as a machinist at Boeing then went into building construction. After convalescing from a serious accident, he found his true vocation at George Pocock Racing Shells.
Under George's instruction, Bob became a Master Boat builder, crafting the cedar racing shells to the Pocock exacting standard of excellence. As Pocock began to build competitive shells using more modern materials, Bob continued building the elegant cedar single skulls for those with an appreciation for the traditional wooden boats. Using tools and equipment donated to the Northwest Maritime Center in Port Townsend after his retirement, Steve Chapin of the Port Hudson boat shop, under Bob's tutelage, has been replicating the Pocock single Skull Bob so loved.
At home, he was a skilled woodworker, always curious and ready to learn new techniques. He was equally competent whether building a house, heirloom cabinets, or creating an intricate jewelry box, while taking time to fashion fun wooden toys for the grandkids. Given freely, his creations, large and small, are spread far and wide and treasured by all! Always a lover of golf, his last days were brightened by morning coffees at Wayne Golf Course, where he belonged to the Men's Club. He enjoyed his visits with the duffers as they prepared to set out for a round. Although he'd been struggling with illness, his passing came painfully too soon. He will be deeply missed by his loving family. We all relied on him for his many talents, his calm, stable manner and quick humor.
He has gone on to join his daughter, Pattee, who passed away in September of 2003. Left behind to cherish their memories are his beloved wife of nearly sixty-three years, Colleen, Son Bob and Teri Brunswick, Sister Bonnie Peters, Grandchildren Mindy and Paul Barham, Andy and Amy Parker, Ellen Brunswick, Kyle and Thaela Brunswick and Katie McWhorter. He especially delighted in his great-grandchildren Brady, Kaden, Erica, Hana, PJ, and Trae. A memorial and celebration of Bobs life will be held at St Luke's Lutheran Church, Bellevue, on Saturday September 18th at 2:00 pm. Reception following in Pierson Hall. Remembrances may be made to either St Luke's Lutheran Church in Bellevue, WA, or to the Northwest Maritime Center in Port Townsend.
[courtesy of findagrave.com & Charlene Kimpler]
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