1867 - 1929 (~ 62 years)
||Walter Winkle Payne [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] |
||Shelby County, Missouri [2, 5, 6]
||26 Mar 1929
||Marlow, Stephens County, Oklahoma 
||Marlow Cemetery, Marlow, Stephens County, Oklahoma [7, 8]
- Ken Harvey writes that "His middle name has also been shown as Winchell, however Winkle is the middle name shown on this tombstone, and has been verified by Willie Lee Payne.
He ran cattle on land leased from Indian Territory (Oklahoma) Indians. It cost him ten cents an acre. He made a great deal of money out of this. He and his brother-in-law started a bank in Duncan. The checks were yellow and easily spotted in a pile.
In a biography of his brother-in-law, John O'Neill, he was referenced as "Walter, a farmer and rancher at Duncan."
Duncan Weekly Banner
Friday, Jan. 19, 1917
W. W. Payne is shipping out several cars of cattle today. They are consigned to Oklahoma City and Wichita markets.
1919-Walter W. Payne, resident of Duncan, files an Affidavit of Heirship concerning his older brother Samuel's affairs. Samuel had died intestate nine years previously.
1920-A Lodger in the home of Sarah Garrison of Alabama, in the King Township of Duncan. His occupation was listed as Farmer, Home Farm.
1929-Walter W. Payne is buried in Section 10, Block 10, Plot 6, Marlow Cemetery, Oklahoma."
Duncan Eagle, Tuesday, March 28, 1929
Walter Payne Answers Call Brief Illness Fatal to Pioneer Rancher of Stephens County. Funeral Services This Thursday.
Funeral services were held this Thursday afternoon for Walter W. Payne, pioneer ranchman of this section, who passed away early Wednesday morning. Services were at the First Methodist Church at 2 o'clock, with Rev. J. J. Ward officiating, assisted by Rev. A. P. Johnson. Burial was in the Marlow Cemetery. Arrangements were in charge of Beeson Grantham. Mr. Payne had suffered an attack of acute indigestion on Monday. He appeared to recover from this attack but was not feeling in the best of health, and decided to go to Sulphur for treatment. He left Tuesday, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs Jack Benton, and Mr. Benton. He was feeling much better Tuesday evening, and Mr. Benton returned to Duncan. Mrs. Benton remained with her father. Early Wednesday morning Mr. Payne suffered a second and more serious attack, resulting in his death at 2:30 o'clock. The deceased was born in Missouri, coming to what is now Stephens County when he was 20 years of age. He has since lived most of the time at his ranch 10 miles east and 3 miles north of Duncan. He was also active in the affairs of this city. He was associated with the late J. D. Wade and J. M. Armstrong in the Duncan National Bank and also served on the city council at an early day. Mr. Payne had been engaged in the raising of beef cattle at his ranch during the past few years. He recently purchased two Hereford bulls that ranked high at the fat stock show at Ft. Worth, said to be two of the finest beef animals ever brought to Stephens County. Six children, four daughters and two sons, survive. The daughters are Mrs. Ethel Benton of this city; Mrs Hoyt Hardin, 609 Maple Avenue; Mrs Vera Roberts of Oklahoma City; and Mrs. Louise Birnie of Shawnee. The sons are Carl and Dukie Payne, who lived with him on the ranch. There is one brother, Newton Payne, of Chandler, Arizona, and one sister, Mrs. A. Scott, of Ft. Worth. Seven grandchildren also survive. Mr. Payne was a member of the Masonic and Woodmen lodges, and of the Methodist Church.
Stephens Co. OK (IT) ED 163 pg. 13A
Payne, Walter, Mar. 1867, 33, married 5 yrs., MO KY KY
Gertrude, wife, Aug. 1876, 23, 3 children/2 living, TX MO MO
Emma Blanch, dau., Nov. 1895, 4, IT
Harry Carrol, son, Feb. 1897, 3, IT
Mary Ethel, dau, Sept. 1899, 8/12, IT
Martha, mother, Mar. 1826, 74, Wd., 1 child/1 living, KY VA VA
His wife Gertrude and daughter Emma died prior to the 1910 census, and Walter can be found with his sons Carl and John E "Dukey" sharing the home of his recently widowed sister-in-law, Lillie James Payne. His youngest daughter, four year old Louisia, was living with her maternal grandparents, William and Mollie Gentry, listed as "Layease, age 4." His older daughters, Mary Ethel (age 11), Vera (age 9), and Virginia (age 7), were enrolled at the St. Joseph Catholic Boarding School in Chickasha, Grady County.
1910 Federal Census
Oklahoma, Stephens County, Park Township, District 240 215-215
Payne, Luellie Head F W 32 Wd 3/3 Texas Kentucky Missouri
Payne, Maryan (Clyde) Son M W 10 S Oklahoma Missouri Texas
Payne, John P(aul) Son M W 9 S Oklahoma Missouri Texas
Payne, Margrit Daughter F W 6 S Oklahoma Missouri Texas
Payne, Walter Brother in Law M W 42 Wd Missouri Missouri Missouri Rancher
Payne, Carl Nephew M W 13 S Oklahoma Missouri Texas
Payne, John E. Nephew M W 5 S Oklahoma Missouri Texas
||Strong Family Tree
||17 Aug 2014 |
||Thomas Hamilton Payne, b. 27 Jan 1819, Bourbon County, Kentucky , d. 14 Sep 1884, Montague, Montague County, Texas (Age 65 years) |
||Martha Jane Marshall, b. 27 Mar 1826, Hardinsburg, Breckinridge County, Kentucky , d. 27 Oct 1900, Oklahoma (Age 74 years) |
||5 Aug 1843
||Clark County, Missouri [9, 10]
- Thomas Hamilton Payne and Martha J(ane) Marshall were married by Rev. Minor Ford a Minister of the Gospel in Clark County, Missouri on 5 August 1843. Sarah Ann Payne (then aged 63 and wife of Judge John Loomis Smith) signed an affadavit in 1889 stating that having been personally acquanted with the two, she had been present at the marriage of her brother Thomas Payne to Martha Jane Marshall by the Rev. Ford in August of 1843. [Thomas H. Payne Pension Application #494585--Army of the United States Certificate of Disability]
Following the marriage, the young couple were farming and living next door to Martha's parents in Lewis County, Missouri.
||Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 1 0f 6|
This important genealogical document is a six page proof of heirship, and was filed in Stephens County, Oklahoma on October 18, 1920 by Thomas Hamilton Payne, and outlines in detail his father's family. Tom lists his father's parents, brothers and sisters, first and second wife, and other children. Tom's father, Thomas Bunker Payne, was an enrollee in the Chickasaw Nation by marriage; and this was filed to prove Thomas Hamilton's Payne eligibility to enroll in the Chickasaw Nation based on his father's initial application.
||Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 2 0f 6|
||Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 3 0f 6|
||Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 4 0f 6|
||Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 5 0f 6|
||Payne, Thomas H. Proof of Heirship Chickasaw Tribe 1920 PG 6 0f 6|
||Group Sheet, Family chart
||Permelia Gertrude Gentry, b. Aug 1876, Texas , d. 11 Sep 1906, Stephens County, Oklahoma (Age ~ 30 years) |
||Stephens County, Indian Territory
| ||1. Emma Blanch Payne, b. Nov 1895, Stephens County, Indian Territory , d. Bef 1907, Stephens County, Indian Territory (Age ~ 11 years)|
| ||2. Harry Carl Payne, b. 4 Feb 1898, Stephens County, Indian Territory , d. 19 Feb 1957, Duncan, Stephens County, Oklahoma (Age 59 years)|
| ||3. Mary Ethel Payne, b. 13 Sep 1898, Stephens County, Indian Territory , d. 23 Apr 1948, Sulphur, Murray County, Oklahoma (Age 49 years)|
| ||4. Vera Payne, b. 12 Aug 1901, Stephens County, Indian Territory , d. 23 Mar 1962, Roswell, Chaves County, New Mexico (Age 60 years)|
| ||5. Virginia Callie Payne, b. 23 Aug 1903, Stephens County, Indian Territory , d. 21 Apr 1971, Duncan, Stephens County, Oklahoma (Age 67 years)|
| ||6. John Earl "Dukey" Payne, b. 3 Jan 1905, Stephens County, Indian Territory , d. 5 Jun 1953, Oklahoma (Age 48 years)|
| ||7. Gertrude Louise Payne, b. 24 Aug 1906, Stephens County, Indian Territory , d. 6 Apr 1969, Pampa, Gray County, Texas (Age 62 years)|
||Payne, Walter and Permelia (Gentry)|
||9 Dec 2006 |
||Group Sheet, Family chart
||PAYNE FAMILY REUNION - 1927
Home of Aunt Annie (O'Neill) Sparks -
303 Hickory, Duncan, Oklahoma
This 1927 Payne Reunion photo is of 41 people. On September 21-23, 1999, Charles R. Strong along with his mother, Anna Laura "Rooney" (Payne) Strong and two aunts – Dora Fay (Payne) Pierce-Yeager and Lois Marie (Payne) Hanna reviewed the picture. The late Lewis Adair Payne had already prepared his own list identifying all persons. Both list had errors. Mary Gwendolyn “Marilynn” (Payne) Wade of Marlow later helped Charles Strong reconcile the two lists and correct some errors. One reason for differences in the two lists was due to the existence of two pictures, which were almost, but not exactly, identical. This photo slightly differs from Aunt Annie’s version.
. NOTE-The list below is numbered left to right - top to bottom. The first number is sequential in total, and the
second number is position within the row.
1 1 Paul Puckett, Boy living with Hattie (Brown) Payne.
2 2 Mabel Lyles
3 3 Baby is Mary Gwendolyn “Marilynn” (Payne) Wade.
4 4 Joseph Ray “Jodey” Payne Jr.
5 5 Virginia (Payne) Hardin - d. of Walter W., # 22 below
6 6 Vera (Payne) Roberts-Young, -d. of Walter W. #22 and mother of #30 below
7 7 Mary Ethyl (Payne) Benton-Madison-Parker. d. of W. W. # 22
8 8 Claude Chadwick Payne
9 9 Ruth Hazel Witherspoon-d. of Mable (Gentry) Witherspoon, d. of John Price Gentry.
10 10 Florence Scott d. of # 23 Lou Payne Scott & niece of W.W. Payne
11 11 Marvin Walter Payne Sr. Father of #'s 8, 28, 37, & 38
12 12 Gracie (Gentry) Payne Wife of # 11 Marvin W. Payne
13 13 Rene Gentry - s. of Frank Melton and Ada (Jones) Gentry, and nephew of Gracie #12
14 14 Edna (Surginer) Payne, First wife of John Earl (Dukie) Payne
15 15 John Earl, (Dukie) Payne
16 16 Caroline "Carrie" (Cover) Payne
17 17 Harry Carl Payne,Sr.
18 1 William "Billy" West - Grandson of # 23, Louise (Payne) Scott
19 2 Joseph Ray Payne, s. of Wm. Henry H. Payne
20 3 C. Frank Payne, Brother to # 11, Marvin W. Payne Sr.
21 4 Annie (O'Neill) Sparks, Wife of #26
22 5 Walter Winkle Payne
23 6 Louise "Lula" (Payne) Scott
24 7 Hattie (Brown) Payne
25 8 Orville Scott
26 9 James Rufus Sparks f. of # 33, Mary Pat (Sparks) Kubic
27 1 Anna Laura "Rooney" (Payne) Strong
28 2 Mary Olive (Payne) Thompson
29 3 Mary Ethyl (Benton) Jones
30 4 Clifford "Bosco" Roberts
31 5 Virginia Payne, sister to # 4 above, and d. of Joseph R. & g.d. Wm. H. H. Payne ?
32 6 Dora Fay (Payne) Pierce - Yeager
33 7 Mary Pat (Sparks) Kubik
34 8 Francis Hardin, d. of Virginia Payne Hardin, # 5 above, (in lap of Mary Pat)
35 9 Thelma (Gentry) Callaway - d. of Edgar J. Gentry & g.d. of Wm. M. Gentry
36 10 Lois Marie (Payne) Hanna
37 11 Lewis Adair Payne
38 12 Marvin Walter "Snort" Payne Jr. in Lewis' lap.
39 13 Willie Lee "Billy" Payne ?
40 14 Paul James Payne
41 15 Jean Bruce (Benton) Turner
||First National Bank of Duncan, Indian Territory, 1902|
Front of Business Card. Among the banks directors were John O'Neill and W.W. Payne of Duncan.
||First National Bank of Duncan, Indian Territory, 1902, Back|
Back of Business Card. Among the banks directors were John O'Neill and W.W. Payne of Duncan.
||Payne, John yDNA of direct male descendant|
Certificate of Y-chromosome DNA testing from The Geneographic Project. Haplogroup R1b is the most common in Western Europe, and are descendants of the Europe's first large-scale human settlers. The marker's frequency is high in northern France and the British Isles where it was carried by descendents who had weathered the Ice Age in Spain.
The yDNA donor was Paul James Payne of Corpus Christi, now deceased. His line of descent from the immigrant John Payne is as follows:
John Payne>William Payne>William Payne>Sanford Payne>George Payne>William C. Payne>Thomas Hamilton Payne, I>Walter Winkle Payne>Harry Carl Payne>Paul James Payne
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