William Arthur Cemenders Lenard
11880 United States Census - Head of Household: Lenard, Daniel James, Family History Library Film 1254465, NA Film Number T9-0465, Ouachita Parish Court House, Ouachita, 4th Judicial, 300 St. John Street, Monroe, Louisiana 71201.
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Danl. LENNARD Self M Male W 60 LA Farmer SC GA
Mary LENNARD Wife M Female W 53 LA Keeping House LA LA
Frestel D. LENNARD Son S Male W 23 LA Works On Farm LA LA
Jonah LENNARD Son S Male W 18 LA Works On Farm LA LA
Ferdinand LENNARD Son S Male W 12 LA Works On Farm LA LA
William LENNARD Son S Male W 8 LA Works On Farm LA LA
Jane CASON Dau W Female W 30 LA Works On Farm LA LA
Florence CASON GDau S Female W 6 LA LA LA
Charles CASON GSon S Male W 4 LA LA LA
Neill W. JENKINS GSon S Male W 6M LA LA LA.".
21900 United States Census - Head of Household: Lenard, William .
"District 95, Police Jury Ward 9, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana
Dwelling 261/Family 264
44 Leonard, William Head W M July 1872 28 Md2 LA MS LA
45 Leonard, Ella S. Wife W F Feb 1874 26 Md2 LA MS SC
46 Leonard, James D. Son W M Mar 1895 4 S LA LA LA.".
3Tombstone - Lenard, W. A., Luna Methodist Cemetery, 15 miles south of West Monroe, Highway 34 to Highway 557 to Luna, Left on Red Cut Road, South end about 1 mile on Right Junction.
"William Arthur Lenard, Birth: July 1871, Death: 1911, s/o Daniel.".
Mary Frances Lenard
11920 United States Census - Head of Household: Evans, Ella Selena, District 100, Police Jury Ward 9, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; Dwelling 68/Family 69.
"32 Lenard, Ellar S. Head F W 44 Wd LA MS SC
33 Lenard, William J. Son M W 17 S LA LA LA
34 Lenard, Mary H. Dau F W 15 S LA LA LA
35 Lenard, Dave C. Son M W 13 S LA LA LA
36 Lenard, John R. Son M W 11 S LA LA LA
37 Lenard, Maglene E. Dau F W 8 S LA LA LA.".
1Tombstone - Wood, W., John Stow Cenetery, Est. 1829, 7 miles from Ruston on Highway 33, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.
"Willis Wood Born December 5, 1813 Died December 1, 1877 63 yrs. 11 months 26 days An honest man."
There is a Masonic emblem on his grave. The marker is elaborately decorated with carved flowers. It stands about seven feet tall. It is made of marble. Willis Wood died from being kicked by a mule. He had been practicing the "Swedish Movements." His physician was William S. Kendall. He left his property to John S. Roane.
Talitha Cumi Anderson
1Tombstone - Anderson, T. C., John Stow Cenetery, Est. 1829, 7 miles from Ruston on Highway 33, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.
"Talitha Cumi Wife of Willis Wood January 29, 1830 July 2, 1906.".