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Kate Jane Adams Long Baxter

Born: July 17, 1889

Birthplace: Bennett Community near Doniphan, Missouri

Died: August 13, 1982

Location: Naylor, Missouri

Buried at: Masonic Cemetary, Naylor, Missouri

Age: 93   Sex: Female

Called: Kate

Father: Bryant Bascom Adams

Mother: Nancy (Nanny) Waters Adams

Marriage License of Kate Adams and Charles Long
Marriage License of Kate Adams and Charles Long who were married on August 28, 1910, in the home of Thomas Price in Ripley County, Missouri - as recorded at the court house in Doniphan. Their divorce is not recorded there, so it must have been obtained by Kate in some other county after he deserted her.

Spouse: Charles Long

Married: August 28, 1910

at: Price Community, Ripley County, Missouri

Kate and John Baxter
Kate and John Baxter around the time they were first married.

Spouse 2: John F. Baxter

Married: October 13, 1912

at: Success, Arkansas


Cona Wilma Baxter Blaylock b1913 d1996

Marvin Oquin Baxter b1915 d1938

Melvin Baxter

Ortry Hershel Baxter

Johnie Elvin Baxter b1920 d2010

Paul Baxter

Carney Roosevelt Baxter b1924 d

Blanche Magalene Baxter

R.V. Baxter b1930 d1990

Richard Junior Baxter b1932 d

Resided at:

Bennett Community near Doniphan, Missouri

Rector, Arkansas

Success, Arkansas

Corning, Arkansas

Buncomb community near Naylor, MIssouri

Corning, Arkansas

Rockford, Illinois

Corning, Arkansas

Naylor, Missouri

Cona Jeffers and Kate Adams
Cona Jeffers and Kate Adams (standing). Cona was a co-worker at a Hotel in Rector, Arknasas, and close friend of Kate between her two marriages. Kate later named her daughter after her friend and treasured this photo of the two of them all of her life.


Hotel worker

House maid




Editor: Roger Baxter

Editor Email: Family@RogerBaxter.com

Kate Adams Baxter in September 1965 - photo taken by her (then) 14 year old grandson, Roger Baxter, in his
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1 - A Broken Family
On July 17, 1889, there was born to Bryant Baskin and Nannie Walters Adams a daughter which they named Katie Jane, after her and his mother respectively. In Pin ... MORE

2 - A Pie Supper with a Young Man
When Katie was a teenager the local school held a pie supper fund raiser. It seemed like the most special occasion of her young life to her. She was going to ba ... MORE

3 - On Her Own
Young Katie met and married Charlie Long. But things did not go well. One day not long after they were married he left and never returned. To disentangle hersel ... MORE

4 - The Finest Apple in the Bushel
After a few years of working on her own at the hotel in Rector, Arkansas, Katie Adams left there to visit her brother, Charley Adams, who was living and working ... MORE

5 - A Family of Her Own
On October 13, 1912, Kate and John Baxter were married in a small ceremony attended by family members. They moved about the area following the lumbering work av ... MORE

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Kate Adams Long
Katie Jane Adams Long (top right) with probably her brother, Charlie Adams (top left), and two others (unknown - if you can identify of these others, please contact the FTaN editor).

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