Ran Rader lists her name as Margaret. Per Sandra Floyd:
Mary appears on the 1850, 1860, 1870, and 1900 Censuses in Crittenden County, KY. The 1900 Census gives her birth date as Apr 1818. Her sister, Mary H., age 22, appears on the 1850 Census for Crittenden County, in the home of their parents, Benjamin and Mary (both age 63).
Some sources list her as dying in Texas.
Sources: My Family Tree http://www.geocities.com/Paris/5339/family.ht ml By Ran RAIDER; Charles W. Connelly, Jr.
post on 2/17/99
Sources: Ken Yardberry (\\misc.traveller.com/genealogy/gedhtml/kyarberry2)
She was age 15, when she left home to get married. Accompanied by her old er sister Jarlen (Jerry) and her husband Art Boten. Charles Thompson w as a school friend of Art Boten who introduced Charles to Muzetta. From Bishinik, newspaper of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma: Muzetta Thompson, age 77, passed away on March 10, 2001 at the Sunnybro ok Health Care Facility in Corpus Christi, Texas. Muzetta was born May 2 1, 1923 in Stockton, Missouri to Jesse Leroy Todd and Nora Hattie Adams. S he moved with her parents and siblings to Lee's Summit, Missouri in 192 8, living near Chapman Dairy. She married Charles Merrell Thompson on Febr uary 18, 1939 at Warrensburg, Missouri. He died on June 7, 1962. While h er husband was in the United States Naval Reserve in World War II, Muzet ta lived for part of the war in New York City, Tampa, Florida and Corpus C hristi, Texas. Following the war the couple made their home in Lee's Summ it until 1946 when they moved to what was then Hickman Mills (now within t he city limits of Kansas City), where she remained until 1977. At that ti me she returned to Lee's Summit where she lived until 1991 when she mov ed with her twin sister Leota to Harrisonville, Missouri. In 1994 she a nd her sister moved to Springfield, Missouri until she relocated with h er son to Lawton, Oklahoma in 1996. In 1998 she moved with her son and fam ily to Corpus Christi, Texas where she remained until her death. During t he Second World War she worked at Lake City Army Ammunition Plant near Bl ue Springs, Missouri and later worked for nineteen years as a nurse at Tru man Medical Center East (formerly Jackson County Public Hospital) near Lee 's Summit, retiring from that position in 1977. Until her health declin ed she was an active member of the Lee's Summit and Harrisonville Congrega tions of Jehovah's Witnesses, having been one of Jehovah's Witnesses sin ce 1951. At the time of her death she was a member of the Kingsville (Texa s) English Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. Muzetta was also a memb er of the Clopton Family Association (descendants of Lord William Clopton ), the Thompson-McCoy Choctaw & Chickasaw Descendants Association (her hus band's family) and the Cherokee Nation (she being a descendant of the Cart er and Muskrat families). She was preceded in death by her parents, her hu sband, two children, Larry William Thompson and Georgia Maxine Thompson; o ne grandchild, Jeniffer Shaunde' Thompson; three brothers, Norman Leroy To dd, Orville Jesse Todd and Kenneth James Todd; three sisters Blanche Tod d, Jarlen Nadine Boten and Muzetta's twin sister Leota Mathis, one neph ew and two nieces. She is survived by her son Jerry Charles "J.C." (and Ba rbara) Thompson of Fallon, Nevada; one grandson Jesse Tylee Thompson of S an Antonio, Texas. One brother, Arlie Todd of Springfield, Missouri; two s isters Eva McMillin of Sibley, Missouri and Mikye Barr of Paradise, Califo rnia and well as numerous nieces and nephews. Arrangements are being ma de through the Trevino Funeral Home in Corpus Christi, Texas. Burial wi ll be in the Lee's Summit Cemetery with services to be announced. Donatio ns can be made to the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, Brooklyn, New Yo rk, Kingdom Hall Building Fund.