Sinthia Susan”Susie” Brazzel
August 28, 1875-1918
Born in Lincoln Par., LA
Buried in Corinth Cemetery
Married Charles W. Singleton February 1, 1891
Sinthia Susan “Susie” was anxious to live life. She took a husband at age 16 and had her first child one year later. Her husband, Charles (b 1866; d 1933) was 25. In their life together eleven children would be born. Three died in childhood and another died as a young adult.
The children are:
- Franklin Taylor b 19 Feb 1892 d 1950 buried Corinth
- Odie Rance b 15 April 1894 d 21 Feb 1973 buried Salem
- Hattie Bell b 18 Mar 1896
- Charlie Henry b 5 Aug 1900 d 9 March 1901 buried Corinth
- Effie Carolyn b 5 Aug 1900 d 2 Feb 1977 buried Doyline, LA
- Dewey Isaiah b 20 Feb 1903 d 26 May 1928 buried Corinth
- Prentis T. b 27 Aug 1904 d 27 Nov 1916 buried Corinth
- Allie Ugeane b 3 Aug 1908
- Joseph B. b July 1910
- Ella Lee b 22 Jan 1913
- Louis Lane b 22 July 1915 d 6 Sep 1915 buried Corinth
Neelie Patton recalled that Susie’s family lived close to Providence Cemetery about 7 or 8 miles from her father, Frederick’s, farm. In those days that was a long trip especially when you consider travel was by horse and wagon. So she does not remember much about this family. Vyonnell Vining remembers that her grandfather, Frederick, used to say that Susie was the best woman in the world except for his wife.
When Susie died in 1918 there were five children from ages 5 to 15 years. We do not know who helped her husband Charles with the children. Perhaps the older children or other family members helped out. Charles did take a second wife, Dallas Mitchell (1879-1932). No children were born from that union.