Wilson McColister Biffle

Bosque County Family Group Sheet for Wilson McColister BIFFLE Family #1

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Submitted by: Margaret McCleskey
Email address: mamccleskey@att.net

Husband: Wilson McColister BIFFLE
Birthdate: 6 February 1852
Birthplace: Wayne County, Tennessee
Death date: 14 November 1924
Place of death: Collingsworth County, Texas
Father: Nathan I. BIFFLE
Mother: Emily E. UNKNOWN

Marriage date: 2 January 1873
Marriage place: Bosque County, Texas

Wife: Susan A. LAFON
Birthdate: Abt. 1852
Birthplace: Weakley County, Tennessee
Death date: UNKNOWN
Place of death: UNKNOWN
Father: Fred(rick) LAFON
Mother: Margarette MARTIN
Child No. 1: Nathan Isom BIFFLE
Sex: M
Birthdate: Abt 1875
Birthplace: Texas
Death date: 1 July 1934
Place of death: Union County, New Mexico
Marriage date: Abt. 1895
Marriage place: UNKNOWN
Spouse’s name: Bell Z. UNKNOWN

Child No. 2: Medra Ola BIFFLE
Sex: F
Birthdate: Abt. 1876
Birthplace: Texas
Death date: UNKNOWN
Place of death: UNKNOWN probably Kansas
Marriage date: Abt. 1893
Marriage place: Probably Texas
Spouse’s name: Robert I. HANNA

Child No. 3: Norban Tolliver BIFFLE
Sex: M
Birthdate: 4 May 1879
Birthplace: Texas
Death date: 22 August 1958
Place of death: New Mexico or Texas
Marriage date: 11 April 1899
Marriage place: Jack County, Texas
Spouse’s name: W. Burgie BEAUCHAMP

Child No. 4: Lafayette/Fred BIFFLE
Sex: m
Birthdate: 4 March 1874
Birthplace: Texas
Death date: 16 July 1918
Place of death: Briscoe County, Texas
Marriage date: UNKNOWN
Marriage place: Briscoe County, Texas
Spouse’s name: Myrtle M. DICKERSON
Nathan and Lafayette were living with their father in
Bosque County, Texas in 1880.  Medra and Norban were living with their
maternal grandparents in Bosque County.  A Susan Biffle was living in
Travis County, Texas in a State Hospital.  At this time, there is no
proof that she was the wife of Wilson Biffle, but her age and place of
birth fit.  I have absolutely no proof that Lafayette and Fred are the
same person.  All of the evidence that I have found, however, points in
that direction.  The name, Lafayette Biffle, disappears from the census
after 1880.  It is always possible that the census taker recorded the
name incorrectly.  Fred doesn’t appear on the census until 1910. Cynthia
Ann Biffle Sweeney, sister of Wilson M. Biffle, said, in her biography,
that she had a nephew named Fred Biffle.  Wilson and Cynthia were the
only two of the eight children born to their mother to survive to