Location: Whitfield County GA

Biographical Sketch of Mrs. Georgia DeLozier

(See Adair) Georgia Virginia Adair was born in Whitfield County, Georgia, January 29, 1869, educated in Flint and. and. Cooweescoowee District, Indian Territory. Married near Adair January 8, 1888 to Reuben E. DeLozier, born June 20th, 1855 at Osceola, Mo. He died at Adair, Okla., April 23, 1921. They were the parents of Fountain G. born Sept. 19, 1888; Manford E. born Sept. 25, 1891; John Edward, born July 16th, 1894; Ralph Adair, born April 4th, 1896; Hazel T.1. born August 18, 1898 and Vivian V. DeLozier born September 3, 1901. John Edward DeLozier was a Master Mason. John Edward

Biography of James M. Teasley

James M. Teasley was born in Whitfield County, Georgia, in 1858, a son of Allen D. and Rhoda M. Teasley. The Teasley family came to Kansas in 1866, when James was about eight years of age. They came by way of Nashville, Tennessee, to St. Louis, thence by boat to Kansas City and reached the Solomon Valley by wagon and team. The Teasleys settled in a portion of Cloud County south of what is now called the Town of Glasco. The first homestead of the family is now the Charles Horn Place. Mr. James M. Teasley is of English origin, his