The Sanford Herald, May 25, 2005 (Baltimore, MD)
DANIEL LATTA, Bunnlevel - Daniel Flemming Latta, 30, of Bunnlevel died Saturday (4/30/05) in a motorcycle accident. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, William and Bessie Black; niece, Bessie Ann Bates, and uncle, Jimmy Howell Latta. The funeral service will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday at O'Quinn-Peebles Chapel, Lillington, with the Rev. David McGinnis and the REv. Mark Morris officiating. Burial will follow at Harnett Memorial Park, Lillington. Survivors are: father, Jerry Latta, of Bunnlevel; mother, Lynda Latta, of Tennessee; sister, Jeri Lynn Latta, of Bunnlevel; brother, Joseph Latta, of Bunnlevel; and grandparents, James and Gladys Latta, of Bunnlevel. Memorials may be made to Duke Children's Hospita, Premature Infant Fund, 512 South Mangum St., Suite 400, Glenn Holzatsel, Durham, NC 27701.
ASHLAND TIMES AND GAZETTE, Ashland, OHio
19 Jul 1916
LATTIE, George, formerly of Savannah, died at home in East Liverpool OH, 64y, wife died previously, 2 daughters and 1 son, carpenter, buried Savannah.
and in a later paper
26 Jul 1916
LATTA, George W., born 12 July 1852 Nagley OH, died 15 July E. Liverpool OH, married 21 Dec 1883 Harriet A. McLaughlin who died 23 years ago, 2 daughters and 1 son, 5 grandchildren, (Savannah News), (see previous article).
First Presbyterian Church, Ashland, Ohio
Members from 1857 - 1925
> > Russ Shopbell at email@example.com=20
> > a.. WILLIAM LATTA=20
> > b.. MOSES LATTA=20
> > Below are listed the ancestors of the First Families of Ashland County, Ohio. The township they are from is listed with their name. Also the numbers following refer to the list of persons who are the first
> family members and are researching that family.
> > a.. LATTA, Andrew Jackson 1832 Montgomery (81)=20
Thomas Eugene Latta
Thomas Eugene Latta died Saturday, May 24, 2003, at his home in Vallecito. He was 73. Mr. Latta was born Sept. 8, 1929, in Whitedeer, Texas. He grew up in Delta and graduated from Delta High School in 1946 as president of the student body. He attended the University of Colorado in Boulder and earned degrees in geology and nuclear physics from the University of New Mexico in 1965. He married Charlotte Ann Dent, of Grand Junction, in Montrose. Mr. Latta began his career in Grand Junction with the Atomic Energy Commission where he was employed for many years. He retired from his job as a nuclear physicist for Sandia National Laboratories in 1993 after 32 years. He was a 32nd degree member of the Scottish Rite Freemasonry, of Santa Fe, and an active member of Mesa Lodge No. 68 A.F. and A.M., of Albuquerque, and the Ballut Abyad Shrine in Albuquerque.
Mr. Latta enjoyed
fishing, mining and geology. He loved spending time with his family and friends. Mr.
and Mrs. Latta divided their time between homes in Vallecito and Scottsdale, Ariz.
He is survived by his wife, Charlotte; two daughters, Dana Buss of Castle Rock, and
Pamela Medley of Albuquerque; one son, Mike Latta of Rock Springs, Wyo.; three
brothers, Jim Latta of Eckert, Bill Latta of Delta and Larry Latta of Denver; eight
grandchildren, Greg Medley, Eugene Medley, Kimberley Buss, Kyle Buss, Katherine Buss,
Ann Dee TulVern, Ernestine Startup and Bea McGee; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A Masonic service will be conducted in Albuquerque today at the Ballut Abyad Shrine
Temple, 6600 Zuni S.E. at 2 p.m. Services and burial will be 2 p.m., Saturday,
at Martin Mortuary 550 North Ave., Grand Junction. In lieu of
flowers, the family
requests donations be sent to the Shrine Crippled Children’s Fund, 6600 Zuni S.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87107. Mr. Latta died by suicide.
Cemeteries of Washington county Ark. Vol IX
Labanon Cemetery, Tallapoose Co., AL
Lillie Mae Latta; b. Sept. 3, 1912; d. Apr. 9, 1923
Wiley Elliowt Latta; b. Sept. 14, 1884; d. Dec. 5, 1971
Nannie L. Latta; b. Mar. 18, 1888; d. Sept. 13, 1966
Waxhaw Cemetery, Mecklenberg, NC (President Andrew Jackson is also buried here)
John Latta; Lay Elder of Waxhaw Church, d. Jan. 9, 1795, age 68
Oak Grove Cemetery - Blountsville, AL
Latta, Ruby Sherrer; b. June 11, 1904; d. June 29, 1998
Obits in "Southern Democrat, Blount Co., AL
John Latta, age 71; Issue Jan. 28, 1926
Jefferson County, Indiana - Wills http://myindianahome.net/gen/Jeff/records/index.html
Latta, Robert (Book A-210) Will written Feb. 19, 1861. Recorded May 21, 1861. Hanover Township; my son, John Brown, one half my property. My wife and brother to be exec.
Latta, Samuel (Book A-10) Will written March 30, 1852. Recorded August 1, 1853. To my sons William H. and Robert Latta, land in SW 1/4 in Section ?, Twp. 3N, Range 9E, also land in Salem Twp., Mercer Co., State of Penn, my daughter, Eliza Jane $1,500, to my daughters Mary and Martha $1,200, my sons to be adm.
Miner, Robert (Book A-202) August 25, 1857....to my grandchildren, Andrew, Robert, David, Spencer, Allen, Mary Jane and William, heirs of William H. and Mary Miner Latta.....
Jefferson Co., Indiana 1850 Census (North Madison)
Latta, William R., age 50, born in PA
Latta, Rebecca, age 36, born MD
Latta, Sarah T., age 15, born Ind.
Latta, William, age 14, born Ind.
Latta, Maria, age 6, born Ind.
Latta, George, age 4, born Ind.
Elizabeth Latta was the daughter of William Latta. She was
Rachel Latta (1813-1845) married Edward W. Hart (1816-____). Children were Harriet, born 1839, George Washington, born 1841 and Maria Coster, born 1843.
Compensation for Revolutionary Service, South Carolina
"House of Representatives/Annuities, Claims & Pension Reports"
Annuities to persons hurted in service of State:
March 16 - paid John Latta, Jr. - wounded in his left arm on 4 May 79 in Battle with the Enemy at Tulefinny, 8.15.
Detroit - Romague Latta m. Benjamin Strecter Warren, lawyer, son of George P. and Amelia Laurenza (Dunwell) Warren. They were married in Goshen, Indiana on June 29, 1904.
29th Mich. Infantry, Co. I - James Latta or Lattie of Marquette, age 24
1900 Oklahoma Census, Grant Co., Bluff Twp.
Latta, Henry, age 35, born Jan. 1865 in Indiana
Latta, Blanch, age 28, wife, born Feb. 1872 in Kansas
Latta, Gladys, age 2, dau., born July 1897 in Oklahoma
Braziel, William, age 35, La, born Apr. 1865 in Missouri
Leavenworth National Cemetery, Leavenworth Co., Kansas
Latta, John W., d. 03/14/1901, Plot: 15 6 15, bur. 03/14/1901
Latta, Theodore, L., b. 04/29/1920, d. 01/01/1995, US Army Air Corps, TSGT, Res: Columbus, IN, Plot: 46 30 6, bur 01/05/1995
Lattie, John H., b. 11/24/1921, d. 03/03/1988, US Army, SFC, Plot: 41 13 6, bur 03/07/1988
Lattie, John H., b. 12/24/1952, d. 01/08/1993, US Army, PFC, Plot: 41 12 96, bur -1/11/1993
Latta, Robert Merrell, b. 07/01/1896, d. 01/30/1956, PFC DENTAL INF 1 MED DEPT CP DODGE IOWA WHITE, Plat: M 1049, bur. 02/02/1956
Latta, Thelma R., b. 07/10/1902, d. 02/05/1990; Plot: M 1048, bur. 02/12/1990
March 28, 1843 VILLAGE RECORD
Marriage On Tuesday evening, the 14th inst., by the Rev. A. Babbit, Rev. JAMES LATTA, of Octorara, Chester county, to Miss ELIZABETH SHIPPEN, daughter of the late Robert Shippen, Esq. of Drumore, Lancaster county. http://www.rootsweb.com/~paslchs/Drumorenews.html
Note: Robert Shippen died Dec. 31, 1840 and is buried in the Chestnut Level Presbyterian Cemetery, as is Rev. James Latta (#1) of Br. 8 and his wife, Mary Alison Latta.
The Philadelphia Rare Books and Manuscripts Company at www.prbm.com
Shippen, Elizabeth. Manuscript on paper, in English.
Lancaster County, PA, 1831–42. 8vo (19.7 cm, 7.75"). [134 (approx. 67 blank)] pp.
Commonplace book both of transcribed pieces (e.g., Heber, Cowper, Roscoe, Mrs. Barbauld, and Thomas Hayes Bayly, plus bits from The Christian Disciple) and original contributions from Miss Shippen and a large number of her friends and relatives. Both the Shippen family and the next-best represented family in this volume, the Puseys, were well established in the greater Philadelphia area by the beginning of the 19th century; and prominent Philadelphians appear here, including Margaret Rhees (wife of Dr. Benjamin Rush Rhees, the first dean of Jefferson Medical College, whose poem "On the Order of the Books of the New Testament" was "Copied [in] by a Friend of the Author"). Other specific place inscriptions include such Pennsylvania locations such as Pottstown, Meadville, Center[re]ville, Fairview, and Mechanics Grove, with outliers such as Wilmington and "Fonte Salutis." An obituary apparently from a Hagerstown, Maryland, newspaper is copied in, and one poem regrets leaving "lov'd Stapely." Two items are dated at "Chestnut Level," i.e., Chestnut Level in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania; Elizabeth Shippen married the Rev. James Latta (whose similarly named ancestor had been the pastor at the Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church from 1771 to 1801), and one of the several acrostics in this book-one of its last entries - is "An acrostic on the name of an infant, a favourite niece of the author," with the lines spelling out "Margaret Ann Latta." Notable Lancaster family names include Housekeeper, Swift, Grubb, Snyder and Parry.
reading “To Miss Elizabeth Shippen from her aunt Margaret Shippen, Phila[delphia] March 1831.”
• Contemporary half morocco with marbled paper sides, leather edges tooled in gilt, spine gilt extra with gilt-stamped title “Album”; binding lightly worn, with extremities rubbed. Two leaves excised, with a few leaves deliberately affixed to one another. Occasional light spotting, generally internally clean. A remarkable record of the interconnections, thoughts, and literary tastes of upper-crust 19th-century Pennsylvanians.
Obituary of Betty Joy Latta
Betty Joy Latta, 77, of Stratton, Nebraska, died Tuesday, March 26, 2002 at Haven Home of Kenesaw in Kenesaw, Nebraska. She was born August 8, 1924 at Wray, Colorado to Albert M. and Zelma B. (Harding) Latta. At an early age, Betty moved with her family to Stratton, Nebraska. She graduated in 1943 from Stratton High School, and worked as a clerk at the grocery store in Strateen for many years. Betty later cared for children in her home for several area families. She was a life-long member of Community United Methodist Church. Even though Betty had no children of her own, she took great pride in those she cared for and loved every minute of their time together. She enjoyed watching television and did embroidery work for many years. Betty is preceded in death by her parents, Albert and Zelma Latta; and brother, Paul Latta. She is survived by sisters, Marjorie Miles of Stratton, Nebraska, Dorothy Baker and husband, Wayne of Hot Springs, South Dakota, Donna Grosse and husband, Bud of Greeley, Colorado; brothers, Albert (Bert) Latta and wife, Redonda, Willard (Bill) Latta and wife, Arda, both of Stratton, Nebraska; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many friends. Ms. Latta will lie in state at Forch Funeral Chapel of Stratton Thursday, March 28, 2002 from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (CST). Funeral services will be Friday, March 29, 2002 at 10:30 a.m. at Community United Methodist Church in Stratton with Rev. Norman Prather officiating. Interment will follow services at Rose Hill Cemetery. In lieu of usual remembrances, memorials may be given to Stratten Ambulance or to Grandview Retirement Center. Arrangements are under the direction of Forch Funeral Chapel of Stratten. (**Would she be the granddaughter of Earl Albert Latta of Denver, Colorado [#420 of Branch 3]???)