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S: History of Altie Williams Dorman

BC: Family Reunion Every year at St. Mary Glenn Florida...Eunice Poppleton...in charge....dinner..upkeep of graves at Cedar Creek cemetery at Sanderson, Fl 561-386-3313/561-753-3097 | Dorothy Brimmage, Berneas Dorman Brimmage, Kathleen Brimmage Smoot | Christine Kintz, Berneas Brimmage, Steve Harnos, Eunice Poppleton | Chef Paul

FC: Family of Altie Williams Dorman | History of the Altie Williams Dorman Family | July 1, 1892 - August 13, 1959

1: Father: General Jackson Williams & Mother: Elizabeth Davis Williams | Father : General Jackson Williams April 14, 1863 - March 21, 1928 & Mother: Elizabeth Davis Williams Sept. 25, 1861 - Dec. 16, 1934 | This book is in memory of my Mother Berneas Dorman Brimmage who ask me to do something on her family. Dorothy Ann Brimmage 2011 | Parents of Altie Williams Dorman

2: The early William's family were mainly farmers who lived off of the land. They were hardy, steadfast citizens. Altie Williams didn't have a easy life. She was one of many brothers and sisters. She was sexually assaulted and bore a son. Shortly after this,she got married to Charlie Dorman and began to have a family. They went back and forth between Sanderson and Miami. Grandpa worked in the prison in Stark and in the orange juice factory in Miami. He was a gentle man without much to say, however he did drink. He drank on the weekends and maintained a job during the week. While drinking he would get sassy and sometimes mean. My Mother told me he would want to spank and discipled the kids when drinking. Altie and her remaining children at home (Berneas, Mary Ellen) starting attending the United Pentecostal Church in Miami. Altie found the peace and strength to change her life. She gave Charlie a choice drinking or the family. She told him that if he didn't come home Friday night, she would know that he chose drinking. He didn't come home. Altie put a suitcase of his clothes on the front porch. He ask to

3: come back. Altie said no, not unless he change his ways. To my knowledge Altie and Charlie never lived together again. Charlie lived with the older kids. Later he stayed with Aunt Gussie who was the oldest child. He passed away and was buried in Sanderson. We went to the viewing which was held in Aunt Gussie's house. Charlie was in his bed, his bedroom. Food covered the table and people came and went well into the night. When I realized that Grandpa was in his room. I stayed wide awake and watched his door. Finally I was sent home to sleep the night with relatives. Uncle James came roaring drunk. Aunt Gussie promptly took him by the ear and escorted him to the rear of the house. He stayed out there until he could conduct himself in a timely manner. Aunt Gussie lived in a house that they made. There are many memories that were made there. The heat was turned off at bed time. You would lay beneath many quilts. You felt like a butterfly pinned to the bed. The quilts were so heavy you couldn't move. By the way you still froze. These are some of my memories of my Mother's side of the family. -Dorothy Brimmage.

4: Sons of General Jackson Williams Left to Right Ernest Williams Alvy Williams Eddie Williams Hardy Williams Sidney Williams | Daughers of General Jackson Williams Left to Right Luvery Williams Madie W. Crawford Mattie W. Bryant Rosie W. Davis Linnie W. Crews Altie W. Dorman

5: Charlie Dorman D.O.B. February 2, 1891 D.O.D December 7, 1969 | Altie William Dorman D.O.B. July 1, 1891 D.O.D. August 13,1959

6: Stories about Altie Williams Dorman | When Grandma sat in a chair, her long black hair touched the floor. Eunice | Grandma loved flowers, once when Grandpa had been drinking too much and mad at her, he crawled around the yard and cut all the flowers off with his pockett knife. told by Berneas Dorman Brimmage | Altie was baptized 1947 in the canal by Bro. Gieger, Miami, Fl. She remained in the Pentecostal faith until her death. | Grandma Altie died of kidney failure in Largo, Fl while staying with Berneas and family. We sat in the driveway waiting for Grandma to come home knowing that she would bring a prize for us. Mom finally came and told us that Grandma had died.

7: Children of Charlie Dorman and Altie Williams Dorman | Lawrence Dorman D.O.B July 6, 1914 He died around 11 months. Buried at Cedar Creek Cemetery, Sanderson, Fl | Altie was sexually assaulted. Flecther was raised by Altie's parents but was active within the family. | Altie and daughters went out shopping and returned home to find that Jesse had sold the entire household furnishings to a second hand shop. Everything was gone! Jesse had war injuries and when not on his medications would do wild things.- Jesse told his counsler that Grandma had died and he needed money to buy a car in order to go to the funeral. He got the money!!! | Flecther & Susie Sneige Williams Family | Desendants of FlectherRay& Mary (Smith) Williams Susan Willians Ralph & Genette (Webster) Williams Lonnie Tommie Williams Everly Williams Dottie Williams Taylor

8: Gussie Dorman Harvey Born Sept 26, 1916 Died August 25, 1992 Gussie was married 3 times. Her first marriage (around age of 15) ended shortly because her husband told her, she couldn't go and visit her Mother. Gussie said No one tells me that I can't visit my Mother. She never went back. Her third husband was Charlie Harvey. They are both buried at Cedar Creek Cemetery, Sanderson, Fl. | James, Berneas, Leona, and Gussie sitting on the front porch of the house that Charlie and her built. They bought a 100+ church and torn it down and used the lumber. | Gussie with her sisters Leona and Berneas

9: Eunice Dorman Quillan Palmer Eunice was born in August2,1918 and died at 25 years old. She died of complications from Phenomenon. She had one son from her marriage to Arnold Quillan - Arnold Quillan JR. | Arnold Quillan Jr. | Eunice Dorman | Arnold Quillian Jr. | Rosalie named her daughter after Eunice.

10: Leona Dorman Cowart Parker D.O.B. March 6, 1920 D.O.D. She had two sons Johnny Cowart Jr. & Frank Cowart with Johnny Cowart. She had two sons with second husband Crawford Parker named Charlie Marvin Parker and Lee Roy Parker. | Charlie Marvin Parker | Lee Roy Parker | Marvin & Noah Davis (reunion) | Leona with grandkids | Leona Parker

11: Carlton Dorman D.O.B June 14, 1922 D.O.D. November 212,1981 Married Blanche Brazwell and had three children Barbara Ann, Carlene and Sandra. | Blanche Brazwell Dorman with Barbara Ann. | Uncle Carlton was in the army where he was a cook. I remember going to his house and he did all the cooking. He always said that women cook because they have to and men cook because they want to. One day he went out to break in the new | recuits. There was his brother James. James explained that he decided to join the army. James altho restricted to base decided that he wanted to go into town. He stole a officers uniform and off he went. James was put in the brigg on bread and water. Uncle Carlton finally got to the top and got James dismissed on his mental condition. Curtis once showed up at the airport to visit Carlton. His luggage was extrememly heavy and found to be filled with avocados. No clothes so off to the store. Right before he passed away Carlton got into church.He passed away in Sanderson where he lived with his second wife Betty.

12: Roselie Violet Dorman Harnos Kintz D.O.B. July 18, 1924 - D.O.D. September 22, 1978 She had 3 children by Stephen Harnos Sr.. They are Stephen Jr., Frank and Eunice. Roselie had one child from her second marriage named Clara Christine Kintz. | Frank Harnos Family | Barbarra & Steve,Frank,Eunice (Harnos), Christine (Kintz) | Frank Harnos Family

13: Curis Dorman borned August 25,1926. He married a lady named Peggy Stallings and they had 3 children Curis Jr., Rebecca & Danny. | Jesse James Dorman D.O.B. Febuary 2, 1929 D.O.D. May 16, 1974 | Curtis with Barbarra Dorman ( Carlton's daughter)

14: Berneas Dorman Brimmage | Berneas Dorman Brimmage | Family of Berneas Billy Wayne Brimmage (husband) Kathleen Brimmage & Henry Smoot Lori & Lioyd Kessler Gatlin Landess Silas Perez Lacie Kessler Lisa & Peter Amato Austin Weiler Aaron Weiler Lynn & Chris Deal Brittany Polisena Quinton Polisena Juston Polisena Madison Polisena Ethan Deal David Wayne Brimmage Linda G. Brimmage Renee B. Padgitt & Tyler Padgitt Owen Padgitt Evan Padgitt David Brimmage, JR. Dorothy Brimmage | Berneas and sister Mary Ellen (on horse) Berneas Dorman Brimmage DOB July 31 DOD Jan 31 2011

15: Mary Ellen Dorman Torok | Mary Ellen Dorman Torok | Mary Ellen with husband Robert (Bob) Torok | Charles Nathan Torok (DOB 11-21-94) | Chuck Torok (graduation) & Bill Torok | Children: Raymond Sheffield Edwards Linda Lee Torok Charles Lawrence Torok William David Torolk

16: Family Photos | Mary Ellen Dorman Torok, Eunice Harnos Poppleton, Leona Dorman Parker, Berneas Dorman Brimmage, Sara Lee Fish Davis ( Lewis Davis's wife) | Berneas Dorman Brimmage (white) & Mary Ellen Dorman Torok (horse) | Berneas Dorman Brimmage

17: Berneas, Leona, Gussie, Eunice and family on the porch of Aunt Gussie. I think this was at the funeral of Grandpa Dorman who lived with Gussie. He had a viewing at the house and then was taken to be buried. | Uncle Boot Davis the oldest family member in 2011 | Curtis Dorman

18: Mary Ellen Dorman Torok & Berneas Dorman Brimmage | Berneas Dorman Graduation Day | Berneas with youth group at the park

19: Wedding Day

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