George Jones, Sr.
Eld. Richard Jones, Sr.
George Sr and Carrie Jones
George Jones Jr
John Edward Jones Sr
Helen Francis Jones-Howard
Eld. Richard Sr and LaVern Jones
Richard Jones Jr
Amos W Owen
George Sr and Carrie Jones' children, grandchildren, great grands, great great grands
George & Billie Jones
Valerie Joyce Jones
Paula Renee Jones
Ronald Jones Sr
Rachel (Staci) Jones-Jones
Quindrea (Quinni) Boyd
Larry Boyd II
Ronald Jones Jr
Valerie (Channi) Jones
Skyy Arie Boyd-Owens
Tyron DeRon Williams-Jones
John & Shirley Jones
John E Jones Jr
Timothy G. Jones
Carolynn M Jones
Sharon L Jones
John E. Jones, III
John & Lutricia Jones
Kelsey Jones Sr
Kelsey Jones Jr
Helen F. Jones- Howard
Loberta Trimble-Forte & Zack Forte children, Grandchildren, Great Grands, Great Great Grands
Amos W and Gertie Owens
Harrison (Sonny) Owens
Owens Harrison, III
Harrison Owens IV
Emoni M. Owens
Jade L. Ivy
Eld Richard (Baby) and LaVern Jones, Children, Grandchildren, Great Grands, Great Great Grands
Gloria Jones- Mitchell
Walter Thurmond, Jr
Rolan S. Feld Bolan
Walter Thurmond III
Richard Jones Jr
Richard Jones III
Princess Jean- Pierre
once upon a time
The beginning of the Generations to Come
Bertha Smith-Trimble-Davis begin this Family, she married Read Trimble and four children were born. Grandma Davis gave birth to three sons, George, John and Richard.
Grandma Davis had one brother John Jr. and two sisters, Annie and Hattie. They lived in Jefferson Texas with their parents - (father) John Smith Sr who was a mason and (mother).........., they later moved to Greenville Texas.
She was a festy little woman, approx 5'2, short on height but big on heart, she was a very kind soul, who loved family. She was a very religious woman who instilled that teaching in her family, which lead to a very christainity family. RJScott
Grandma loved sharing her stories with me, one experience was their move from Jefferson to Greenville Texas. One story in particular was about their ox rushing towards the pond with everything of theirs on the wagon!
I loved the stories of her bother (Uncle John) receiving crates of snakes to train for the circus and their father always teasing them, about sending them back to Africa if they proceeded to be bad.
Grandma expressed to me that she had to be careful going to the mailbox because men were grabbing women and putting them in their cars and then she would give a big laugh.
She had a wonderful sense of humor.
The Gloria Jones
George Sr., Richard Sr., John, and Loberta, we thank you for giving us life. Without your seed there would not have been a beginning. This family has grown like wild flowers from such a small crop.
The New Generation
George Sr married Carrie They were the proud parents of three children: George Jr., John Sr., Helen Francis, all born in Dallas, TX. The family resided in North Dallas Roseland Homes housing project. They graduated from Booker T. Washington High School. Each took different paths. Army, Navy and CA house-wife, their decisions took them in different directions, Texas and Southern California. Even with the distance the siblings were extremely close and stayed in constant contact.
(written by RJ-Scott)
Eld. Richard Sr married LaVern They were the proud parents of two children: Gloria and Richard Jr.
Eld. Richard D. "Baby" Jones Sr. & La Verne Jones. My father was the youngest son born to Bertha and Read Trimble in Garland Texas 1900. As a child he would ride frieght trains into town (Dallas) and would return on the evening train back to the country.
His elder brother George Jones Sr was an inspiring tailor who at this time older craftsmen would hire and teach young black men a trade in the south.
The brothers were raised on a farm and loved to ride bareback on there horses.
My father was a late bloomer already George Jr., John Edward and Helen Francis as well as Sonny Harrison (Aunt Bert's son) were the only offsprings. My mother and father would take their nieces and nephews on trips to other states and cities. By this time I was born and my brother two years later, our presence presented competition but our cousins loved us.
John Edward returned from Japan and brought some 100 pieces of China for Mom and a velvet Jacket for Pop's we received toys a train for Richard and a Japanese doll for me.
Yes, I hope that all of you children will learn to love and appreciate every moment that your elders give.
(written by GloriaJones-Mitchell)
Now the Next Generations (NEXTGEN) begins.
Which Family has the most generations with the most Great Grandchildren?
Can you guess who is the eldest grandchild of George Sr and Carrie Jones?
Can you guess who is the eldest grandchild of Eld Richard and LaVern Jones?
Can you guess who is the eldest grandchild of Loberta Trimble-Forte?