The Richard Faulkner Timmons II Family Home PageUpdated February 21, 2006
Richard Faulkner Timmons II
1315 Timber Creek Court
Allen, Texas 75002
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|I am looking for the ancestors and descendants of Richard Adams Timmons, born August 8, 1840 in Montgomery County, Ohio. On Sept. 16, 1862 he married Mary Francis O'Malley from Ireland. She was born Oct. 24, 1842 in Limerick, Cork County, Ireland.
Richard's parents were Richard Timmons (born 1812 and Mary (?)(born 1821).
Richard Adams served in the Civil War as a surveyor. Later he moved his family to 'The Territory of Oklahoma' where he worked as a surveyor for 'the Territory'. He later participated in the Oklahoma Land Rush, settling his stake in what is now, Shawnee, Oklahoma. Many Timmons's still reside in Shawnee and throughout the state. Many are buried in Shawnee.
Richard Adams had (10) siblings: Margaret A., David, Catherine, John T., Christine, Angeline, Wilhemina, Otto, Eldeba and Lillie.
Richard Adams and Mary Frances had (8) children: Edward L., David Sturgeon, Walter E., Frank Adolphus, Joseph Mark (my great grandfather), George Lindsay, Eugene L., and Mary Alice.
Joseph Mark Timmons had (3) children, including Henry Clay Timmons (my grandfather).
Henry was a state senator in Oklahoma in the 1930's and 40's. Henry had but one child, Richard Faulkner Timmons (my father).
I have (2) siblings, Terri Estelle, and Randall Dale. Both are deceased.
I am looking for anyone who may have a connection with this Timmons family line or the Mary Frances O'Malley line.
Any possible connection to any of the above mentioned people, even remote, a response would be appreciated. I will be glad to share all the information I have, just for the asking.
Thanks in advance.
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