-Priscilla Alden -
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CHILDREN OF OLIVER A. J. STUBBLEFIELD AND PRISCILLA ALDEN.
Pictured: Troy Cory-Stubblefield, Natalie Olive, Earlene
and Josie Cory-Stubblefield. Bottom Right Photo 1946: Rayme,
Earlene, Keith (Troy Cory) Stubblefield, Donald Eugene,
Jackie, Olive, Bob Nering,
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OF OLIVER A. J. STUBBLEFIELD AND PRISCILLA
Keith Stubblefield / FAMILY
TIMELINE: NATHAN B. STUBBLEFIELDAND ADA MAE
BUCHANAN 1881 - Marriage: Ada, Nathan
Dec. 29. Nathan was 21 yrs 3.
B. STUBBLEFIELD and RAINEY T. WELLS Fifteen
years later, Rainey, now a judge Respectfully
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Natalie Olive Mae Stubblefield July 15th 1925- Jan. 15th 2006. MORE STORY
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1. Feature Story / The Stubblefield's - 1903 to 2006
Only Oliver A.J. Stubblefield and Priscilla Alden had children:
Married: Sept 22, 1921, Kansas City, had Children, They are:
Keith Stubblefield Jr. /
Scott Stubblefield /
Priscilla Alden Stubblefield /
1892 - First Public Wireless Demonstration in Murray
1883 - Born: Frederic Stubblefield, Oct. 1. Died April 9, 1984. (6 months old)
1884 - Died: Frederic, April 9.
1885 - Wireless Telephone Demonstration - 200 yards from house. (Witness: Duncan Holt)
1885 - Born: Carrie F. Stubblefield, April 21. Died November 26, 1885 (7 months old)
1886 - Nathan at age 26, wrote a poem describing the travails of one who would choose a life of scientific invention. "The Inventor and the Crank".
1887 - Born: Bernard (Bernie) Bowman Stubblefield, August 30. Died Oct. 4, 1973 (86 yrs)
1890 - Nathan B. Stubblefield landed on the farm. Means to provide for his family and to finance experimental work.
1890 - Born: Pattie Lee, March 21. Died June 24, 1967 (77 yrs).
1892 - First Public Wireless Atmospheric Telephone Demonstration in Murray.
1892 - Born: Victoria Edison Stubblefield Nov. 11. Died June 24, 1967 (75 yrs).
1895 - Born: Nathan Franklin Stubblefield, May 28. Died February 10, 1970 (75 yrs).
1897 - Born: Oliver J. (RayJack) Stubblefield, December 27. Died June 6, 1962 (65 yrs).
1901 - Born: Helen J. Stubblefield, September 12. Died March 21, 1989 (88 yrs).
1902 - Radio Demonstration Washington on March 20, on Potomac River, Steamer Bartholdy.
1902 - Public Radio Demonstration January 1, Townsquare in Murray.
1902 - Reporter meets Nathan for private demonstration, on January 10.
1902 - Wireless telephone demonstration in Philadelpia, on May 30.
1902 - Wireless telephone demonstration in New York, took place between June 11 - July 11, at Manhattan's Battery Parks.
1905 - Born: William Tesla Stubblefield, May 7. Died October 14, 1906 (17 months old).
1906 - Died: William Tesla Stubblefield, Oct. 14.
1907 - Nathan B. Stubblefield Wireless telephone Enterprise formed with the "Big Six"
1907 - Teleph-on-del-green Industrial School estab. on Sept. 4. Change from Nathan Stubblefield Industrial School
1907 - Trip to Washington Jan. 14 - April 20, 1907.
1907 - Wireless Telephone Patent Application Filed, April 5. Serial No. 366,544 - Room 109.
1907 - Con Linn and Nathan in Washington to secure original patent May 1. Returned to Murray June 8.
1907 - Patent Letter, October 16. Patent filed 4/5/07 examined and ALLOWED. (Patent to expire May 12, 1925).
1908 - Patent Expires: Thomas A. Edison's Antenna - 1891 Wireless Telegraphy Patent.
1912 - Patent Application for Flying Machine filed Jan. 19 in the name of son Bernard.
1912 - Dissolution of Teleph-on-delgreen. Public Notice, May 6.
1912 - Flying Machine Patent ALLOWED, May 15. (Filed Jan. 19) GRANTED Dec. 10.
1912 - Nathan Lawsuit against children.
1913 - Warranty Deed to Bernard Stubblefield, Aug. 8. for Lot 220 & 221, Central Ave., Murray.
1913 - Retainer of Atty. A. D. Thompson by Bernard, in Case N. B. Stubblefield vs. B. B. Stubblefield, Victoria Stubblefield, Pattie L. Stubblefield.
1913 - Rainey T. Wells appointed attorney for the Stubblefield children (nonresidents) in pending case. 85 acre tract of land. Nathan wants $3,430.00 and 1 acre of the land from the children.
1913 - Nathan B. Stubblefield as a writer, defines crow's feet as follows: "Those pictursque, lovely, time made dimply, furrowy, marks of venerableness, that carry the sadness of life away from the sunny slopes of childhood's lustrous innocencies.
1914 - Marconi's 1897 Wireless Telegraphy Patent Expires.
1915 - Patent Expires: for Stubblefield's Electrolyte Battery and Radio Voice Detector and Transmitter.
1917 - Ada May leaves Nathan on Jan. 5. Helen marries and moves to Tennessee.
1917 - Nathan's Will to Victoria on May 14 (handwritten original).
1919 - Nathan's Letter Re: Journal, on May 23 (Handwritten original).
1921 - Oliver J. Stubblefield and Priscilla Alden: Married: Sept 22st, Witchita, Kansas. First child born, December 25, 1923. Jacqueline, Natalie Ada Mae, Keith (Troy).
1923 - First Grandchild born: Jacqueline, then Natalie Olive Mae, then Keith (Troy).
1926 - Rainey T. Wells became president o Murray State college.
1928 - Nathan B Stubblefield Died March 28, buried March 31 Bowman Cemetery.
1930 - March 28. Murray State honored Nathan B Stubblefield with Headstone where the Wireless Telephone was invented and demonstrated. Rainey T. Wells headed the ceremony.
NATHAN STUBBLEFIELD AND KENTUCKY'S "BIG SIX" WIRELESS PATENTAll of Murray, Kentucky
Senator Conn Linn
B. F. Schroeder
J. D. Roulett
John P. McElrath
[Samuel E. Bynum]
Rainey T. Wells
Wireless Telephony -- AM radio Firewire -
1892 -- 1902 All-in-One Radio Patent -- 1908
Nine Years Before Smart-Daaf Boys Marconi and Deforest
mastered sending Dit Dahs
around the family home in Italy, and DeForest finished his studies at Yale, Nathan Stubblefield was the patent holder and owner of his own mechanical telephone, telephone company and telephone system. By 1892, Nathan's vibrating phone could transmit voice without wires from grounded electromagnetic wave energy, then through the atmosphere to a companion receiver. It was the 17-year-old Rainey T. Wells (b. Dec. 25, 1875, d. June 15, 1958) who attentively heard his first words over a wireless telephone in 1892, at Teléph-on-délgreen, now Murray State University.
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Dec. 29. Nathan was 21 yrs
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