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  1. May 23, 2018 · Genealogy for Josie Bell Murphy (Killian) (1891 - 1941) family tree on Geni, with over 230 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

    • May 28, 1891
    • Collin County, Texas, United States
    • Greenville, Hunt County, Texas, United States
  2. May 28, 2016 · Mother of the Audie Murphy the actor and medal of honor recipient. birth: 23 May 1891 — Farmersville, Texas death: 23 May 1941 — Farmersville, Collin, Texas burial: 24 May 1941 — Farmersville, Texas parents: Jeff D Killian, Sarah Gill spouse: Murphy record title: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 name: Josie Murphy death...

    • USA, Texas
    • 6797691 · View Source
  3. View Josie Bell Killian Murphy's memorial on Fold3. Discover and add pictures, bio information and documents about the life of Josie Bell Killian Murphy.

  4. Sep 08, 2015 · Murphy, Audie Leon (1924–1971). Audie Leon Murphy, war hero, Hollywood actor, and songwriter, was born near Kingston, Texas, on June 20, 1924. He was one of twelve children of Emmett Berry and Josie Bell (Killian) Murphy. At the time of his death Murphy was the most decorated combat soldier of World War II.

  5. Mar 12, 2015 · Audie Leon Murphy was born in the village of Kingston, Hunt County, Texas (north of Greenville) in 1925 to Emmett Berry and Josie Bell Killian Murphy, a family of sharecroppers. Audie was the sixth of twelve children. His father abandoned the family when Audie was eight and his mother died when he was a teenager.

  6. Audie Leon Murphy was born on June 20, 1925, in Kingston, Hunt County, Texas, USA, to Emmett Berry Murphy and Josie Bell Killian. He was the seventh among 12 children born to his parents. He was of Irish descent. He was named after two men who took care of his mother when she was abandoned by his father.

  7. In 1933, when Emmett and Josie Murphy with their 5 children June, Audie, Richard, Gene, and Nadine moved to Celeste, Texas with the primary purpose of enrolling the children in school. They lived in an abandoned railroad box car on the southern end of the small community for several months before renting a rundown home in Celeste until 1937.