350. Louella8Sims (Wilson Dabney7, John Dabney6, John5, William4, Bruster3, Edward2, William1), was born 15 June 1878, Italy, Ellis County, Texas, died 15 November 1955, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. She married first, 6 April 1898, Ellis County, Texas, to James C. Siddons, born circa 1875, Texas. Louella and James C. Siddons were divorced about 1915. She married second, after 1920, to —— Lewis. They were divorced by 1930.
James C. Siddons was the son of John S. Siddons and Emma Jane West. J. S. Siddons died in November of 1904 in Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas. He was survived by his widow; son, J. C. Siddons of Paris, Texas; and three daughters, Mrs. R. L. Phillips of Ardmore, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Gus Strain and Mrs. D. G. Thompson, both of Waxahachie.
J. C. Siddons was elected cashier of the First State Bank of Paris, Texas. He was also elected vice president for the state of Texas banks, 29 June 1907. J. C. Siddons was elected secretary of his bank, 7 January 1909. In 1909, the Model Brick Company, Inc. was established in Carrollton, Texas. Capitol stock was $35,000 put up by Joe C. Thompson, A. J. Boedfield, and J. C. Siddons.
In 1910, James C. and Luella Siddons lived on Canton Street in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. They were lodgers in a large boarding house or hotel run by Albert S. Oneal. James Siddons was a partner in a brickyard.