Landrine Junior Tatum
The Missionary Baptist church at Macedonia, four miles North of where Wheatland now is, probably the strongest church organization in the county. It was organized in 1874, by Elder Landrine J. Tatum assisted by Elder George M. Alexander, and has a roomy and convenient church building.
Another good church building stands on a ridge about three-fourths of a
mile Northeast from Galmey, in Dooley
Bend, where the Baptist church has a strong following, led by Elder Landrine J. Tatum, an enterprising, able and devout old Christian gentleman.
Children of Hester Hogan and Landrine Tatum are:
In 1880 Floyd County, Iowa Landine 21 and Polly 19 are farming.
Landrine cash-claimed a quarter in 30, 8N 48W in 1892.
In 1900 Knox County, Nebraska, there are three Tatum families on the same census page. Lantrine born August 1827 in Illinois, with Esther August 1821 Kentucky. : Landrine March 1859 in Kansas with Polly Oct 1859 Iowa, with Arby May 1884 Iowa and Iva J. -Polly's daughter- August 1889 Nebraska. Henry Tatum Feb 1864 Iowa with Nellie Sep 1871 Minnesota with two kids and a stepson Ernest Perry Dec 1893.
In 1910 Knox County Landrine Jr. and "Polley" are alone.
Polly is widowed in 1930 Tulare County, California, living alone.
In 1934 Visalia, California Polly A. (Wid Dine) lives at 534 N. Encina.
Polly Ann Tatum, born Oct 16, 1860 in Iowa, died Sep 22, 1944 in Tulare County, California, father Halstead, mother Dennand.