Clay Broyhill (1892??-1920+),
son of Charles Broyhill
Callie Marie Lucas (1895?- ? ), wife of Stanley Clay
little is known about Stanley Broyhill. His son, George Edward
Broyhill wrote me that he married Callie Marie Lucas, who was
reportedly an Indian, but that his family never knew of the marriage.
Their son George was abandoned with his maternal grandmother and
raised by her. Roy
Broyhill of Dakota City wrote me that Stanley "rode the rails" and
that he and his brother Floyd lived in attic. Donna
Jean Broyhill worked at the FBI during World War II and reported
running across a file for Stanley Broyhill. Its contents are
Recently released records shed a little light on him.
Stanley C. Broyhill, age 18, born Nebraska, is listed on the
1910 census in Woodbury, Iowa. He is in the household of Elmer Hanson,
age 38. There are 17 people in the household, borders and
relatives. Stanley is listed as Elmer's son.
Stanley C. Broyhill, age 28, born Nebraska, is listed
on the 1920 census in the household of W. J. Payne. He is listed
as brother-in-law. A Floyd Broyhill is also listed as a
brother-in-law. Stanley had a brother named Floyd.
The 1900 census lists Callie M. Lucas as living in Township
2, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory. She is 12 years old and
living in the household of her father, William Lucas, age 43, (b.
c.1857). William is married to Maggie M, age 32.
Callie has two sisters: Lucy E. Lucas, age 9, and Almira Lucas, age 1.
All were born in Arkansas.
In 1880, William J. Lucas age 20 (b. c.1860) was living with his
father, David W. Lucas, in Lamar, Madison County, Arkansas.
About the Kids
|George had two daughters.
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