Jonathan BONNER

Jonathan BONNER

Male 1863 - 1952  (89 years)

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  • Name Jonathan BONNER 
    Nickname Jonathan 
    Born 23 Jan 1863  Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    More Info 8 Dec 1922  Marshall County, Oklahoma Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Bonner v State
    238 P. 229
    31 Okl.Cr. 245
    Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals
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    Cite as: 1925 OK CR, 31 Okl.Cr. 245, 238 P. 229
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    (Syllabus.)
    Intoxicating Liquors ˇ Evidence Sustaining Conviction for Unlawful Possession. In a prosecution for unlawful possession of intoxicating liquor, evidence held to sustain a conviction.
    Appeal from County Court, Marshall County; Isaac O. Lewis, Judge.
    Judgson Bonner was convicted of the unlawful possession of intoxicating liquor, and he appeals. Affirmed.
    Page 246
    Don Welch, J.O. Minter, and J.R. McClendon, for plaintiff in error.
    George F. Short, Atty. Gen., and G.B. Fulton, Asst. Atty. Gen., for the State.
    DOYLE, J. The information in this case charges that in Marshall county, December 8, 1922, the defendants, Major Bonner and Judgson Bonner, did have in their possession 10 1/2 gallons of whisky with the unlawful intent to sell the same. On this separate trial, the jury returned a verdict finding the defendant Judgson Bonner guilty as charged in the information, and fixed his punishment at a fine of $50 and confinement in the county jail for 30 days. From the judgment rendered on the verdict, he appeals.
    The errors assigned are that the court erred in admitting incompetent evidence, and that the verdict is not sustained by sufficient evidence.
    E.W. Jones, deputy sheriff, testified with W.B. Dickerson and A.M. Corder he went to Judgson Bonner's farm to search the premises for liquor, under authority of a search warrant; that they saw him walking down a path that leads from his house to a spring; that he walked on past the spring into a canyon, and seeing the officers, stopped; that they walked up to him and within a few feet from the place he stopped found a 10-gallon can containing whisky; that they left Mr. Corder there with the defendant and went to the house; Major Bonner and a man by the name of Robinson were in sitting at a table on which was a half-gallon can of whisky; that the 10-gallon can was covered with a sugar sack, and was about 20 steps from the spring; that further on down the canyon, three quarters of a mile from the house, they found a still and some whisky. W.B. Dickerson and A.M. Corder testified, in substance,
    Page 247
    to the same facts as did witness Jones. The defendant did not testify.
    Upon an examination of the record, we find no prejudicial error in the rulings of the court in the admission of testimony.
    As to the sufficiency of the evidence, we think there can be but little doubt. The trial was in all respects fair, and we are unable to find anything in the record sufficient to warrant us in interfering with the verdict.
    The judgment appealed from is therefore affirmed.
    BESSEY, P.J., and EDWARDS, J., concur.
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    Died 8 Apr 1952  Marshall Co., Oklahoma Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried Kingston Cemetery, Marshall County, Oklahoma Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID P252  Wisser and Bryant 2013 | Barbara Ann (Bryant) Wisser family
    Last Modified 7 Jun 2019 

    Father Jackson Bedford BONNER,   b. 24 Mar 1840, Chambers Co., Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Feb 1928, Marshall Co., Oklahoma Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 87 years) 
    Mother Martha Lane HILL,   b. May 1842, Georgia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Dec 1937, Kingston, Marshall Co., Oklahoma Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 95 years) 
    Married 6 Feb 1862  Chambers Co., Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Chambers County Marriage Record Book 5 Page 649b:
      Jackson B. Bonner and Martha Lane Hill on February 6, 1862, by Peter M. Rowland, at the residence of Gibson F. Hill.
    • Jackson B. Bonner obit
    Family ID F298  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Kate Antonia HYER 
    Children 
    +1. Kate Wilmith BONNER,   b. 23 Jul 1893, Scurry, Texas Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Feb 1968  (Age 74 years)
    +2. Major BONNER,   b. 17 Jun 1889, near Scurry, Kaufman County, Texas, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Aug 1925, Oklahoma Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 36 years)
    Last Modified 4 Jul 2013 
    Family ID F259  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsDied - 8 Apr 1952 - Marshall Co., Oklahoma Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - - Kingston Cemetery, Marshall County, Oklahoma Link to Google Earth
     = Link to Google Earth 

  • Documents
    1870CensusForJackson Bonner_reduced.jpg
    1870CensusForJackson Bonner_reduced.jpg
    1880UnitedStatesFederalCensusForJackBonner_reduced.jpg
    1880UnitedStatesFederalCensusForJackBonner_reduced.jpg
    1900 United States Federal Census for Johnthan Boner.jpg
    1900 United States Federal Census for Johnthan Boner.jpg
    1900 Census with birth dates
    ****LINKS-NOTE: Need to pull more names from this page and add to tree

    Household
    Role
    Sex
    Age
    Birthplace
    Jackson B Boner Head M 60 Alabama
    Martha L Boner Wife F 58 Georgia
    Johnathan Boner Son M 37 Alabama
    Charles C Boner Son M 36 Alabama
    William J Boner Son M 26 Texas
    Jerry Boner Son M 23 Texas
    Samuel H Boner Son M 17 Texas
    Joe Boner Grandson M 11 Texas
    Kate Boner Granddaughter F 7 Texas
    1910 Census Texas - Bonner Families in Cooke County Texas
    1910 Census Texas - Bonner Families in Cooke County Texas
    Jackson B Bonner - 70
    Martha L Bonner - 67
    Johnathan Bonner - 47
    Kate W Bonner - 16
    Mary Bonner - 42

    Murrell Bonner - 20 (40 ?)
    Eunice T. Bonner - 21 (41?)
    Jackson B. Bonner - 3
    Eva L. Bonner - 1
    Hubert A. Bonner - 0

    Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Justice Precinct 4, Cooke, Texas; Roll: T624_1542; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 0058; FHL microfilm: 1375555.
    1920 Census for Jackson B Bonner part 1.jpg
    1920 Census for Jackson B Bonner part 1.jpg
    1928 Jackson B Bonner obit crop2
    1928 Jackson B Bonner obit crop2
    Civil War Vet - Captain under Robert E.Lee
    Married 66 years
    Indian Territory since 1887
    9 children
    Mason since 1861


    1930Census_Bonner_John_Martha.jpg
    1930Census_Bonner_John_Martha.jpg
    1930 Census from Willis Township, Marshall County, Oklahoma. John Bonner is 67 and his mother Martha is 87.
    Martha is listed as not able to read or write.
    Both are listed as widowed.
    1937 Martha Bonner obituary crop 2
    1937 Martha Bonner obituary crop 2
    NEED TO CONNECT MORE FAMILY NAMES TO THIS OBIT

    Listed in article:
    Martha Lane (Hill) Bonner - subject of obit
    Jackson B. Bonner - husband
    Jonathan Bonner - son
    Oliver H, Bonner - son
    William Jackson Bonner - son

    Children not listed in obit:
    Charles C. Bonner - son
    Loo? Bonner - daughter
    Wade Hill Bonner - son
    Martha Lane Bonner - daughter
    Sam bonner - son

    Listed in article, not accounted for:

    Mrs. Curtis
    Mrs Patsy Ross
    Mrs Sab Bonner - Possibly Sam's Wife
    1949_Polks_Stockton_Directories_Bonner_Hoza_p70.jpg
    1949_Polks_Stockton_Directories_Bonner_Hoza_p70.jpg
    1949 Polks Stockton Directory
    Hoza Bonner (Myrel L)
    Listed as an Agricultural Worker
    Jack bonner
    John Bonner
    1952 John Bonner obit
    1952 John Bonner obit
    Clipping from the Daily Ardmoreite

    11 Apr 1952
    1940_census_Bonner_web.jpg
    1940_census_Bonner_web.jpg
    Several of the Bonner family in the 1940 census
    O H Bonner Male 71 Married White Head Arkansas 1869 Same House
    Ethel Bonner Female 40 Married White Wife Texas 1900 Same House
    Sam Bonner Male 56 Widowed White Brother Texas 1884 Rural, Pushmataha, Oklahoma
    Amos M Dobson Male 68 Married White Head Missouri 1872 Rural, Marshall, Oklahoma
    Betty Dobson Female 77 Married White Wife Georgia 1863 Rural, Marshall, Oklahoma
    Willie Dobson Male 45 Married White Head Texas 1895 Same House
    Bessie Dobson Female 42 Married White Wife Texas 1898 Same House
    Hubert Dobson Male 20 Single White Son Oklahoma 1920 Same House
    Byrdie Dobson Female 18 Single White Daughter Oklahoma 1922 Same House
    Hazel Dobson Female 16 Single White Daughter Oklahoma 1924 Same House
    Charlie Dobson Male 13 Single White Son Oklahoma 1927 Same House
    Kenny Dobson Male 4 Single White Son Oklahoma 1936
    Wilmer Jean Dobson Female 0 Single White Granddaughter Oklahoma 1940
    W J Bonner Male 66 Married White Head Texas 1874 Same House
    T D Bonner Female 69 Married White Wife Louisiana 1871 Rural, Marshall, Oklahoma
    John Bonner Male 77 Widowed White Head Alabama 1863 Same House
    F C Norman Male 58 Married White Lodger Texas 1882 Rural, Cook, Texas
    Kate Norman Female 47 Married White Lodger's wife Texas 1893 Rural, Cook, Texas
    Archie Norman Male 17 Single White Lodger's son Texas 1923 Rural, Cook, Texas

    Headstones
    Jonathan_Bonner_stone.JPG
    Jonathan_Bonner_stone.JPG
    Jonathan Bonner
    1863 - 1952

    Burial:
    Kingston Cemetery
    Kingston, Marshall County, Oklahoma, USA
    Special thanks to Ron McCollum who answered my request for an image of this stone.
    Posted on FindAGrave.com:
    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSsr=121&GSmpid=48330294&GRid=64330449&

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