​​​Garriott Family Genealogy

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07-William Hayes Thomas Garriott
Birth: 6 Dec 1867, KS
Home: to Blaine Co, OK about 1910, back to KS in 1928
Death: 14 Jun 1932, Janesville, Greenwood Co, KS: Bk 1/30, paralysis- age 64
Burial: Blakely Cemetery
Father: William Madison Garriott

Marriage: 3 Nov 1892, Greenwood Co, KS: Bk D/294
Spouse: Barbara Angeline "Angie" ALLEN
Birth: 12 Sep 1876, MO
Death: Jun 1946- age 70
Burial: Blakely Cemetery
Father: Charles Wesley Allen
Mother: Marian Ellen Rumley

     CHILDREN:  William and Angie had four sons and four daughters- seven listed:
08----ELLEN GARRIOTT [b. Feb 1894]; [census]
08----CHARLES MADISON GARRIOTT [b. 30 Aug 1896, Madison, Greenwood Co, KS; d. 27 Oct 1941, KS- age 45, bur. Blakely Cemetery], m. Helen R BORING [b. 20 May 1900; d. 26 Jan 1989- age 88, bur. Blakely Cemetery], had three children: [obituary]
     09----VIVIAN GARRIOTT; and
     09----JUANITA GARRIOTT;  
08----MERL TIVES GARRIOTT [b. 25 Mar 1899, Madison, Greenwood Co, KS; d. Mar 1966, Greenwood Co, KS- age 77, bur. Blakely Cemetery], SSN: 514-03-6553/KS, worked for Texas Oil Co, Wichita, KS;
08----GLADYS GARRIOTT [b. about 1902, KS], m. ___ HOWE, lived in Eagle City, OK;
08----RUTH V GARRIOTT [b. 14 May 1909; 12 Jan 1993- age 83, bur. Blakely Cemetery], m. Irl CRAGAN [b. 4 Sep 1887; d. 7 Aug 1977- age 89, bur. Blakely Cemetery], he the son of Isaac T Cragan(1843-1917) and Emily Dobbins (1849-1913); (refer to biography on her grandfather's page) ;
08----DOROTHY NINA GARRIOTT [b. 26 Nov 1911; d. 5 Feb 1986- age 74, bur. Mount Rose Memorial Park], m. Albert TATMAN [b. 13 Aug 1902; d. 26 Mar 1980- age 77, bur. Mount Rose Memorial Park], son of James Oliver Tatman (1857-1905) and Amanda Bernice Austin (1861-1936);
08----LESLIE ALLEN "BUD" GARRIOTT [b. 21 Nov 1914, Fay, Blaine Co, OK; 8 Apr 1990, Emporia, Lyon Co, KS- age 75, bur. Blakely Cemetery], lived in Madison, Greenwood Co, KS (as a small boy). a Construction Worker, SSN: 512-10-2547/KS, member of US Army, WW2: Tec5, 832d Engineer Aviation Battalion, 1942-45, m. Pearl Jane JARDOT [b. 11 Sep 1922, Yale, Payne Co, OK; d. 21 May 1994, Madison, Greenwood Co, KS- age 71, bur. Blakely Cemetery operated Baynes Cafe, SSN: 446-24-0646/OK, daughter of Edward L Jardot (1885-1969) and Maudie Booth on 25 Nov 1964, Madison, Greenwood Co, KS.
     Pearl 1st married Roland S Bayne on 25 Mar 1938, Pawnee, OK. This marriage was dissolved in divorce on 9 Sep 1963, Eureka, Greenwood Co, KS.

     1885 Greenwood Co, KS census: lists RC Carey 60, b. OH; MA Carey 49, b. OH; William TH Garriott 17, b. KS, Farmer; JM Garriott 8, b. KS; and JA Carey 19, b. IN.
     1900 Lyon Co, KS census: lists William Garriott 32, b. Dec 1867, KS, Farmer; Barbera Garriott 24, b. Sep 1875, MO; Ellen Garriott 6, b. Feb 1894, KS; Charles Garriott 3, b. Aug 1896, KS; and Merl Garriott 1, b. Mar 1899, KS.
     1910 Lyon Co, KS census: lists William Garriott 42, b. KS, Farmer; Ange Garriott 34, b. MO; Ellan Garriott 16, b. KS; Charley Garriott 13, b. KS; Merrill Garriott 11, b. KS; Gladis Garriott 8, b. KS; and Ruth Garriott 1, b. KS.
     1930 Greenwood Co, KS census: lists William Garriott 62, b. KS, Farmer-General Farm; Angie Garriott 54, b. MO; Merl T Garriott 31, KS, Laborer-General Farm, son; Ruth V Garriott 20, KS, daughter; Dorothy N Garriott 18, OK, daughter; and Leslie A Garriott 15, OK, son.
     1940 Greenwood Co, KS census: lists Merl Garriott 41, b. KS, Farmer; Angie Garriott 64, b. MO, mother; and Leslie Garriott 25, b. OK, brother, Farmer.

     1941 OBITUARY: Charles Madison Garriott was born at Madison, Kansas, on August 30, 1896, and died died on October 27, 1941, at the age of 45 years, 1 month, and 28 days. He was married to Miss Helen R Boring on November 30, 1921. To this union were born one son and two daughters. He was a World War veteran and had been a member of the American Legion. He had been a member of the "Church of Christ" since 1927. He leaves to mourn his passing: his wife, one son, Charles, Jr, and two daughters, Vivian and Juanita, of the home; his mother, Mrs Angie Garriott, two brothers, Merle and Leslie, and one sister, Mrs Ruth Cragen, all of near Hamilton; one sister, Mrs Dorothy Tatman of Lamont; one sister, Mrs Gladys Howe, of Eagle City, Oklahoma; and many other relatives and friends. He was a loving husband, a kind father, and always honest in his dealings with his fellowmen.

[The Hamilton Herald, printed 5 Nov 1941, Madison, KS, by findagrave.com, submitted by Leta Harrell]

     1990 OBITUARY: Leslie A "Bud" Garriott, 75, retired construction worker, died Sunday, April 8, 1990. Service 2 pm Tuesday, Wilson Funeral Home.
     Survivors: wife, Pearl; stepsons, Albert W Bayne of Madison, Ronald S Bayne of Sioux City, Iowa; stepdaughter, Connie Thomsen of Lamont;  sister, Ruth Cragan of Madison; four stepgrandchildren. Memorial has been established with the Madison Ambulance Service.

[1990 The Wichita (KS) Eagle]

     1994 OBITUARY: Pearl J Garriott, 70, of 817 Southwest Boulevard in Madison died Saturday, May 21, 1994, at the Madison Manor Nursing Home.
     She was the daughter of Edward and Maudie Booth Jardot and was born September 11, 1922, in Yale, Oklahoma. She attended school in Cushing, Oklahoma, and in 1954 she moved to Madison from Virgil, Kansas.
     She was a homemaker, owned and operated Bayne's Cafe in Madison and worked at Madison Manor. She was a member of the United Brethern Church in Cushing.
     She married Roland Bayne in Pawnee, Oklahoma, on March 25, 1938. They were divorced later. She married Leslie A "Bud" Garriott in Madison on November 25, 1964. He died on April 8, 1990. Her parents, an infant daughter and a brother also died earlier.
     Survivors include two sons, Albert W Bayne of Madison and Ronald S Bayne of Sioux City, Iowa; one daughter, Connie Thomsen of Lamont; one sister, Viva Wilson of Texas, and four grandchildren, Scott and Jeremy Thomsen of Lamont and Jennifer Harding and Nichole Bayne of Sioux City, Iowa.
     Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 24, at 2:00 pm at the Wilson Funeral Home in Madison. The minister was the Reverend Howard K Busby, the organist was Mrs Richard Baxter and the vocalist was Larry DeWitt. The pallbearers were Robert Kimberlin, John Wiedmer, Roger Mackey, Randy Talkington, Bruce Stubbs and Rex Turner. Burial was in Blakely Cemetery at Madison.

[The Madison News, May 26, 1994]

     BIOGRAPHY: [Ruth Garriott Cragon] My grandfather William M Garriott (1836-1877) was a descendant of one of three Garriott brothers who came to America from France, date unknown. All three served in the Revolutionary War, and according to legend, shared sleeping quarters with General Lafayette. My grandfather was married to Ellender (Ellener) Jane Blakely (1831-1872), daughter of Samuel and Martha Black Blakely, all of whom came to the Kansas Territory from Indiana and settled on the north branch of the Verdigris River, northwest of present-day Madison, Madison County about 1854, though some authorities report 1857.
     Samuel Blakely (1806-1878) was my great grandfather. He had a son Daniel D Blakely (1845-1916) who married Mary Matilda Hensley (1851-1934), daughter of another Madison pioneer. Mary Matilda attended the log cabin District No 1 school, located on Blakely land, an area which Samuel Blakely later donated for the Blakely Cemetery site. The oldest daughter of Daniel D and Mary Matilda was Martha (Mattie) D Blakeley (b. 1871) who married Fred Pees, who had come to the area from Ohio at age 17. Thus the Blakely-Pees descendants in the Madison area are my cousins.
     My father Hayes Thomas Garriott was born December 6 1867 to William M, and Ellender Jane Blakely Garriott, and grew to manhood in Greenwood County. On November 3, 1892 he was married to Angeline (Angie) Allen (b. Sept 12, 1875), daughter of Charles Wesley Allen and Marian Ellen (Rumley) Allen. They and their children had come from Missouri to the Madison area (in) the bitterly cold winter of 1887 and settled on the old Arnett place west of Madison. Grandmother Allen caught cold, pneumonia developed, and she died a few days later. My mother was then only 10 years old. Two little sisters died within a few years and were among the first to be buried in the Andres Cemetery southwest of Madison.
     My parents had four sons and four daughters. When I was one year old, we moved to Blaine County, Oklahoma, where I attended elementary school and graduated from high schol in 1928. We then returned to Kansas, locating on a farm ten miles southwest of Madison. I married Irl Cragan. My father died on the farm June 14, 1932, and "Angie", my mother, in June 1946. Both are buried in Blakely Cemetery.