Indiana McCaslins

Gladys (Mary G) DavisAge: 73 years19101983

Name
Gladys (Mary G) Davis
Married name
Gladys (Mary G) Poplin
Birth February 11, 1910 30 28
Census 1910
Census 1920 (Age 9 years)
MarriageClinton (Richard C) PoplinView this family
May 27, 1929 (Age 19 years)
Census 1930 (Age 19 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherNewton Sylvester (Newt) McCaslin
January 25, 1947 (Age 36 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Burial of a maternal grandfatherNewton Sylvester (Newt) McCaslin
after January 25, 1947 (Age 36 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Gracelawn Cemetery
Death of a fatherJames Montgomery (Pete) Davis
1952 (Age 41 years)

Source: Find a Grave
Burial of a fatherJames Montgomery (Pete) Davis
1952 (Age 41 years)
Note: Gracelawn Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 36651544
Death of a maternal grandmotherMary Elizabeth Blackwell
January 13, 1956 (Age 45 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Source: l. v. counts
Burial of a maternal grandmotherMary Elizabeth Blackwell
after January 13, 1956 (Age 45 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Gracelawn Cemetery
Death of a motherSarah Abigail (Abbie) McCaslin
January 1969 (Age 58 years)
Burial of a motherSarah Abigail (Abbie) McCaslin
January 1969 (Age 58 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Gracelawn Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 36651552
Death of a husbandClinton (Richard C) Poplin
May 1974 (Age 64 years)
Death of a brotherRaymond Davis
May 1980 (Age 70 years)
Death August 1983 (Age 73 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: January 18, 1903, Crawford, Arkansas
9 months
elder brother
6 years
herself
Family with Clinton (Richard C) Poplin - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: May 27, 1929, Crawford, Arkansas

Shared note

In the 1910 US Federal Census for Oliver Springs, Crawford, Arkansas, 29-year-old Arkansas-born James and his 28-year-old Arkansas-born wife Eva [sic] [Sarah Abigain McCaslin] Davis have been married seven years. Sarah has borne two children, both are living. These two Arkansas-born children are 6-year-old Raymond and new-born Gladdis [sic]. Raymond has attended school in the past year. James and Sarah can read, write and speak English. James is doing "general farming" on land he owns, free of mortgage. The birthplace of James' parents is left blank; Everyone else's parents were born in Arkansas. Living next door is Sarah's sister Lytha [McCaslin] Temple and her husband, Charles H Temple.

The Davis family seems to have gotten recorded twice on the 1920 census, both in Van Buren, Crawford, Arkansas, first as the James M Davis family, then as the Pete Davis family.

First: In the 1920 US Federal Census for Van Buren, Crawford, Arkansas, 40-year-old Arkansas-born James M and his 38-year-old Arkansas-born wife Abbie [sic] have in their household their Arkansas-born children, 16-year-old Raymond and 9-year-old Gladys. Gladys has attended school in the past year. James, Abbie and Raymond can read, write and speak English. The family is living on a farm in a rented house. James is working for as a furnace man for a smelter. James' parents were born in Alabama. Everyone else's parents were born in Arkansas.

Second: In the 1920 US Federal Census for Van Buren, Crawford, Arkansas, 36-year-old Arkansas-born Pete [sic] and his 32-year-old Arkansas-born wife Abbie have in their household their Arkansas-born children, 16-year-old Raymond and 11-year-old Gladys. Gladys has attended school in the past year. James, Abbie, Raymond and Gladys can read, write and speak English. The family is living on a farm in a rented house. James is working for a "smelter furnace". James' parents were born in Alabama. Everyone else's parents were born in Arkansas.

On 27 May 1929, 22-year-old Clinton Poplin of Crawford, Arkansas signed a marriage affidavit stating that he was applying for a marriage license to marry 19-year-old Miss Gladys Davis, and that they were both single and unmarried. He signed a $100 bond for marriage license as principal. Homer Crowley signed as security. The bond stated that Clinton and Gladys would marry within 60 days of the issuing of the bond. A marriage license was then issued to 22-year-old Mr Clinton Poplin and 19-year-old Miss Gladys Davis, both of Van Buren, Crawford, Arkansas. They were married the same day by J A Riddle, M.G. [Minister of the Gospel].

Gladys is recorded twice on the 1930 Census.

First with her parents: In the 1930 US Census for Van Buren, Crawford, Arkansas, 50-year-old Arkansas-born James A [sic] and his 48-year-old Arkansas-born wife Abbie [McCaslin] Davis were married when he was 23- and she was 21-years old. They have in their household their Arkansas-born children, 27-year-old Raymond and 20-year-old Gladys. The family is living at 1800 Adam Street in a house that James owns, worth $1,500. They have a radio. Everyone can read, write and speak English. James is a groundsman at an illegible factory and has worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. Raymond is a grinder at a scissor factory and also has worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. Neither has served in the military. Everyone's parents were born in Arkansas.

Then with her husband: In the 1930 US Federal Census for Van Buren, Crawford, Arkansas, 23-year-old Arkansas-born Richard C [sic[ and his 20-year-old Arkansas-born wife Mary G [sic] [Davis] were married when he was 22- and she was 19-years old. They are living in a rented house for which Richard pays $5 a month rent. Both can read, write and speak English. Richard is a finisher in a furniture factory and has worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. He has not served in the military. Richard's father was born in Tennessee and his mother in Arkansas; Mary's father was born in Arkansas and her mother in Tennessee [sic].

Gladys [Davis] Poplin, born 11 Feb 1910, died Aug 1983. Her last residence was Shafter, Kern, California 93263. She applied for her Social Security number is Arkansas before 1951.