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Jacob Surratt21 NOV 1790 -- 8 OCT 1844avatar
Lucinda Moreland12 MAY 1791 -- 6 JUN 1875avatar
Alfred Flournoy3 DEC 1796 -- 29 OCT 1873avatar
Maria Ward Camp19 FEB 1815 -- 27 FEB 1848avatar
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Rev Samuel Boule Surratt

Birth1832
 
Reside1850
 
Religion1852methodist
Military1861-1864LA Army / Chaplain / US Civil War
Enlisted Camp Moore, near Kentwood, Tangipahoa Parish, LA; dropped 8 JAN 1864
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Reside18703
 
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Religion1873methodist
Religion1879-1880
Senior Pastor
methodist
Death9 JUL 1881
 
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Aged: 49.5 years
ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
1

 

5 AUG 1875  TN, Shelby Co  
2

Madge O 

29 MAY 187925 MAR 1916  TN  
3+

Mary Gibson 

abt 1880  TN, Shelby Co, Memphis William Armour Cantrell 
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  • Obituary, 16 OCT 1859: "'Mrs. Alice T. Suratt, wife of Rev. S. B. Suratt [sic.] of the Louisiana Conference,
    died 2 Jan 1859. Born in Limestone County, Ala. 24 Oct 1830, moved to Shelby County, Tenn. and married 22 Dec 1857, and went with her husband to Baton
    Rouge, La. In 1858, they were sent to Mansfield-Pleasant Hill Circuit. She
    leaves an infant a few weeks old. J. Pipes'"
    -- E. M. Tipton, transcriber, "The New Orleans Christian Advocate: Marriages and Obituaries," in "The Genie," Vol. 8, No. 4, OCT 1974 p. 28, originally published in the Advocate, Vol. IX, No. 3, 16 FEB 1859
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  • Newspaper, 14 JUL 1881: "'DEATH OF Mr. SURATT' -- We take the following special from the New Orleans Democrat of 10th instant:

    JACKSON, TENN., July 9. ---The Rev. S. B. Suratt, a noted divine of the Methodist Church, formerly of Louisiana, a son-in-law of the late Col. Flourney, of that State, died near Corinth, Miss., on the evening of the 8th instant.

    Mr. Suratt was well known and highly esteemed in this parish. He was a minister of eminent abilities, and was a son-in-law of the late Dr. A. Flournoy, of this parish. The numerous friends of Mr. Suratt here will be pained to hear of his demise."
    --"Shreveport Daily Standard," 14 Jul 1881, Thu, p. 4.
  • Newspaper, 17 DEC 1905: "'WEDDINGS' ….
    The wedding of Miss Mary Gibson Suratt to William Armour Cantrell was solemnized Thursday evening at the residence of Judge A. D. Land, Jr. in Sheveport, La. by Rev. Dr. Boggs of the Methodist church. The bride is the daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. S. B. Suratt of Sheveport. Mr. Cantrell was reared in Little Rock, being the younger son of Dr. W. A. Cantrell, deceased, and wife, Mrs. Ellen H. Cantrell of this city. He resides now at Fort Worth, Tex., and is [a] traveling freight agent with the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railroad. On account of the critical illness of Mrs. Flourney, the bride's aunt, the wedding was very quiet, only immediate relatives of the bride, and D. H. Cantrell, of this city, brother of the groom, being present. Mr. and Mrs. Cantrell will make their home in Fort Worth, Tex."
    --Daily Arkansas Gazette, 17 Dec 1905, Sun, Page 18
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  • Newspaper, 17 DEC 1905: "'WEDDINGS' ….
    The wedding of Miss Mary Gibson Suratt to William Armour Cantrell was solemnized Thursday evening at the residence of Judge A. D. Land, Jr. in Sheveport, La. by Rev. Dr. Boggs of the Methodist church. The bride is the daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. S. B. Suratt of Sheveport. Mr. Cantrell was reared in Little Rock, being the younger son of Dr. W. A. Cantrell, deceased, and wife, Mrs. Ellen H. Cantrell of this city. He resides now at Fort Worth, Tex., and is [a] traveling freight agent with the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railroad. On account of the critical illness of Mrs. Flourney, the bride's aunt, the wedding was very quiet, only immediate relatives of the bride, and D. H. Cantrell, of this city, brother of the groom, being present. Mr. and Mrs. Cantrell will make their home in Fort Worth, Tex."
    --Daily Arkansas Gazette, 17 Dec 1905, Sun, Page 18
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Sources
  1. Findagrave Samuel Boule Suratt
  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1850
  3. FamilySearch United States Census, 1870
  4. Website:Broadway United Methodist Church, Paducah, KY, Senior Pastors.;
  5. Website:Paducah, Broadway United Methodist Church;
    Source from: Ray Gurganus
  6. Website:Individual Group Record: Samuel Boule Surratt; familiysearch.org; tree, person, LHQS-SC8;
  7. Website:"The United States Civil War": A transcription of Civil War Rosters; Ranger95;
  1. FamilySearch United States Census, 1850
  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1860
  3. FamilySearch United States Census, 1870
  4. Book:The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography; Vol. II; Google Free Book; Richmond, VA: House of the Society, June 1895; Website
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