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Nancy Tiller Hernandez Wed Dec 15, 2005

I am researching the TILLER family of Macon Co.

Of particular interest is Richard TILLER b.1811/12 Virginia. He married Susan TUTUS in May/1840 Macon Co.

After the death of Susan in 1862, he remarried Elizabeth (ROWE) McWILLIAMS.

Names connected with this family include:
I have information to share and would love to connect with anyone researching these names.

Thanks in advance.

Donna Percer Fri Sep 23 2005

My gggrandfather was William Riley ARTHURBROWN b. 1825 Va.

Came to Mo (Howard,Randolph,Macon) without his parents and probably with the GEE family, possibly Thomas GEE.

His profile is in the book reprint of "Histories of Macon and Randolph Counties, Mo.,1884) and never mentions his parents.

He married 1849 Elizabeth Thompson LUCAS, dau. of John LUCAS of Casey Co,KY, then Macon Co, MO. They lived near Jacksonville, Mt Salem Church, Macon or Randolph Co, MO all their lives. He was a farmer and rancher.

He died in an explosion at the coal mine near Ardmore 1917 I belive it was.

Would love to share information with anyone of this family.

We are trying to solve the mystery of who his parents were.

Ernest N. Miles Fri Sep 23 2005

Trying to find the decendants of Armstead Johnson MILES and wife Elizabeth ARTHUR who settled in Lyda township of Macon Co. MO in 1839.

They had spent 10 years in Pulaski Co. KY after leaving Franklin Co., VA in 1829.

Many of the families from that area in VA also spent time in KY and later settled as neighbors in Macon Co.

Their children lived in Adair and Macon Counties.

Their names were:

Cardwell G. William Arzwell James Crawford Elizabeth
Adline Samuel Allen Nancy Jane Armstead J.
John S. Rebeckah Jane Francis Marion Alburn

Please help me find my relatives, both living and dead.

My mailing address is:
Ernest N. Miles
210 Electra Dr.
Cary, NC 27513

Scott Kelley Fri Sep 16, 2005

I am searching for information on Wallace SOUTHERN who appears as "Wallace SOUTHERNLAND" in the Macon County 1880 working as a farm laborer for William R. GRAVES.

I believe he wed Martha/Mattie GRAVES, the daughter of John GRAVES [Willaim's cousin], around 1888.

A son Harry SOUTHERN was born in 1889.

Martha GRAVES SOUTHERN died in 1895 but the obit only lists her as "Mrs. Wallace SOUTHERN" so I am not 100% certain of her maiden name being Martha GRAVES.

Harry appears as a grandson of John GRAVES in both the 1900 and 1910.

Harry joined his father in Colorado no later than 1914, the year of his father Wallace's death. Wallace had gone to Colorado by at least 1907.

Harry served in WWI and died in 1978 in South Dakota.

The 1897 platt map of Macon County, to my surprise, doesn't seem to show either John GRAVES or Wallace SOUTHERN.

Thank you to anyone who might recognize these names.

Patricia Calloway Fri Sep 16, 2005

I am trying to find information on my great grandfather Garland NELSON.

He was born in Arkansas in 1899 and was orphaned sometime in between 1910 and 1920. He had 2 brothers Larkin and Charles and 2 sisters Emma and May.

He was in an orphanage in College Mound, MO called the Orphanage of the House of God.

I am trying to find any and all information on the orphanage.

Arnold James Sat Sep 10, 2005

Looking for Bevier Cemetary Macon County Missouri information on John J. JAMES, born 3-1-1841 in Wales, died 3-14-1917 Bevier - Macon County Missouri.

Also his wife Ann REESE, born in Wales Aug -13-1841, died Sept 14-1923, Bevier, Macon Co. Missouri?

Thank you for any information

Donna Percer Sun Aug 28, 2005

If anyone knows of a Roy LUNDSFORD, now about 80, who lives/lived in Macon, is he still living?

If so, my mother would like to make contact. They were old friends.

If he has passed away, she would like to know that as well.

Any information would be appreciated.

Patricia Morriss Sun Aug 21, 2005

I am looking for information on William MORRIS and Elizabeth ELLIS, who were married in the 1800's. They both were from Kentucky, and moved to Macon County, Missouri.

In 1841, they had a son named George Washington MORRIS, born in Macon County.

Supposedly, they both died when George was about nine years old, and he went to live with an uncle in Kentucky.

Family researchers said he may have a brother named Daniel or William, and a sister Elizabeth.

I have no concrete facts.

I have records of George in Texas, but need to find information on his family in Missouri and Kentucky.

Any information would be appreciated.

Robin Bernard Sun July 10, 2005

We are looking for my great-grandfather William Andrew BERNARD, born La Plata Mo 1866.

He married Arkatie GILLMAN, born June 3 1871 .

Two of there children are Ray Orange BERNARD, my grandfather, and Art BERNARD, my dad's uncle.

My Grandfather Ray Orange BERNARD was born August l7, l889 in Kansas, died Oct. 1918 in Oklahoma. He was buried in Telaqua, Oklahoma. He Married Bertha Francis POHLENZ.

They had four children:

Elva Ray (my father)

Bertha's Parents are August Fredrech POHLENZ 8-12-1858 and Barbara Ellen SCHRITTFIELD 2-1-1863 La Plata Mo.

Thank you for any help.

Becky Shelmadine Sun Jun 26, 2005

Researching Rueben DAWSON who was born in Macon County, Mo. in 1877.

His parents were Rueben and Jane DAWSON. They were born in England.

His sisters names were:

J. Alice DAWSON,
G. Margret DAWSON,
Lavina DAWSON, who married James Franklin MOORE ( my great grandparents)

Any information on this family is really appreciated.

Thank you.

Barbara A. Ballenger Tue Jun 14, 2005

I am trying to get information on the parents of John H. BALLENGER born 1822 in Kentucky married to Miriam BALLENGER born 1833 in Missouri, listed in the 1860 census of Liberty township of Macon County MO.

I believe John's parents were from Virginia. John H and Miriam were my great great grandparents, through their son, John S. BALLENGER, born 1856 and his son, John H. BALLENGER, born 1876 and his son, Louis H. BALLENGER, born 1910 in Callao, MO.

I would also like to make contact with other descendents in their line.

Thanks for your help.

Larry Dipprey Wed May 4, 2005

I am researching for information on death/burials and marriages on the following DIPPREY ancestors (possible spellings of DIPPREY may be DIPREY or DIPPERY):

George DIPPREY born 1808 in Ohio arrived with with wife, Abigail, sometimes after civil war but before 1870. George was a Cordwainer (shoe maker)

Abigail DIPREY born about 1817 in Ohio appears on Macon County census of 1870 and next appears on Moberly, Randolph County census of 1880 as Abigail DIPPREY -- living with son-in-law and daughter, Frederick and Matilda HOLTENRITER. Frederick was a moulder. Abigail's maiden name was MARTIN.

Frederick HOLTENRITER b. about 1854 in Ohio and wife Matilda HOLTENRITER born about 1854 in Ohio. Matilda's maiden name was DIPPREY. Both appear on Moberly, Randolph County census of 1880 and 1900.

Looking for information on the following children of George and Abigail DIPPREY:

John A. DIPPREY born about 1868.
Francis E. DIPPREY born about 1857.
Mary DIPPREY born about 1854.

Any information would be appreciated.

Linda Brown Sat Apr 30, 2005

I am researching Benjamin Franklin WHITE who was born in Missouir in 1841.

He and his wife Frances Angeline LINGO lived in New Cambria, Macon County Missouri in the 1870's where my grandfather Henry Andrew WHITE was born in 1875.

BF and FA (LINGO) WHITE died in Taney County Missouri in the early 1900's.

Frank's father was Lewis WHITE, his mother was Nancy Unknown.

This WHITE Family children migrated from Worcester Co. Maryland to Missouri


Henry WHITE 1771 -after 1850 Worcester Co. married Jan 30 1797
Sally LISTER 1776 -after 1850 Worcester Co

Children are born in Wocester Co Maryland:

Benjamin WHITE 1797 died 1877 MO Susan GOTT 1803 died 1885 Missouri

Lewis WHITE born 1802 Maryland last known in 1850 Scotland Co Missouri

William Lister WHITE 1808 - 1880 MO married Dec 1831 Somerset Co Maryland Eleanor McDORMAN

Henry WHITE 1810 died 1893 MO married July 1834 Somerset Co Maryland Mary R WHITELOCK

Elizabeth Sarah WHITE 1813 -1880MO married William SMITH 1802 MD died 1860MO

I want to get this out there so others can at least have the latest and know they were from Worcester, Maryland. I have verified what I have sent above.

Those interested in this family should see my family profile:


I hope to hear from some of my relatives.

Anne Ross Sat Apr 16, 2005

Searching for information on John C ROSS and wife Kate who appear in 1880 census in Independence Twp., Macon County, Mo.

Would like to know if they appear in earlier censuses in this county etc. and if there is marriage record for John and Kate in Mo.

Have little information on John, born about 1818 in Ohio.

No information on Kate other than born in PA about 1824.

Thank you.

Carol Stacey Thur Apr 13, 2005

I am looking for information on both sides of my mothers family.

My mother's name was Neoma GOODALE.

Her parents are:

Eva DAVISON and Howard GOODALE both of Bevier, MO.

Grandparents are:

John DAVISON and Susie Francis TILLER

Davison a.d. GOODALE and Annie (EVANS) GOODALE

Great Grandparents are:

Missouri Kathrine TILLER husband not known

Hopkins EVANS wife not known.

I know that my family is buried in Bevier Cemetary.

I also know that my great great grandfather owned mines in Bevier.

I also know that my great grandfather DAVISON owned a saloon in Bevier.

I would appreciate any information I can get.

Joyce Williams Rush Sat Mar 19, 2005

I am trying to find any information on my great grandfather, G.L. WILLIAMS (given name is General).

He was supposedly born on June 4,1852 in Missouri.

His son's birth record in Macon County courthouse says General was born in Adair County, but his obituary in 1914 says he was born in Clark County.

He married Mary Louise MATHIS on April 13, 1875, in Macon County and they lived in or near Atlanta Mo. when children were born.

Their children were

Eva Lena WILLIAMS,born 1882 in Atlanta Mo.
Orval C. WILLIAMS, born in 1884 in Atlanta Mo.
Roy WILLIAMS, born 1887 in Macon Co., Atlanta, Mo.

Can anyone out there help me find G.L. before 1875?

Thanks for any help.

Don and Jane Wisdom Sun Feb 20, 2005

Can anyone tell me anything about the Rev. William WISDOM buried at Hebron Cemetery?

The stone is located in the small area in front and to the east side of the church.

We think this is my husband, Don's, great grandfather, but can't confirm.

His grandfather was Arthur M. WISDOM and he is buried at Hebron also.

Any help would be appreciate.

Stephen Mosley Sun Feb 20, 2005

I hope to visit Macon County later this Spring and would like to visit and photograph the gravesites of my MOSLEY ancestors.

I would also like to visit the farms they once occupied. Most of them lived and died in the Keseyville area south of Callao.

If any other descendents have any information they are willing to share about our common ancestors, I would love to hear from you.

I know some of these people were buried at Hebron Cemetery, but not all. Some resided in nearby Chariton & Randolph Counties.

I'm interested in Johnson B. WRIGHT & his wife Elizabeth Jane (TRIMBLE), William Rice BUSTER & his wife Francis Jane (SUMMERS), Robert TRIMBLE WRIGHT & his wife Madory Alice (BUSTER), Chauncey H. NILES & his wife Mariah ( FITTS), and Henry John LEIDORFF & his wife Elmina Alwilda (NILES). They all lived between 1798 and 1938.

Stephen Mosley
15925 Parkridge Avenue
Sonora, CA 95370

I would appreciate any help & would love to meet any living relatives.

Joyce Shelton Denney Fri Feb 18, 2005

My g-grandfather was abandon by his parents as a young child. We do not know who raised him. His name was Frank or James SHELTON and he claimed to have been born in old Bloomington, Liberty, Macon Co, in 1875.

He grew up in Macon county and married Myrtle Evelyn MAY in 1898, she was the daughter of William Linden MAY of Chariton Co., MO

Frank and Myrtle lived in Lingo Twp, Macon County until about 1909, then moved to Howell Co., MO.

Would there be any church or old school records available for the area. Myrtle attended the old Hammock school.

Any ideas would be helpful. Thank you.

Stacey Dally Fri Feb 18, 2005

I'm researching information on a Hosea STOUT, born October 22, 1812, in Ohio, died May 24, 1875 and buried in La Plata Cem. (NOT Hosea of Mormon faith fame).and wife Matilda C. (unknown maiden) STOUT, born November 27, 1819 in VA or KY, died January 29, 1891 and buried with her husband.

Looking for confirmation that they had a son named Robert Lee STOUT, born abt. 1860 in MO.

Robert Lee married a Susan STAMPER, and they had one known of child, Edward STOUT, Born 1883.

Edward and wife Elda STOUT are said to be buried in Liberty Cem. located 5 miles north of Macon.

Trying to find Hosea's father/parents, and Matilda's maiden name....may be a MEACHAM...not sure.

Thanks for any information.

Becky Shelmadine Sat Feb 12, 2005

Looking for information on the William REED family.

William was b. 1818 in Illinois. He married Matilda CRANE or CRAIN in Illinois.

In 1870 they were in Arkansas, then they moved back to Illinois.

By 1880 they are on the Macon County Census in Middle Fork township. They had nine Children.

By the 1880 census, there were only three living at home with William and Matilda, William Lockwood REED and his wife Rhoda WHITE REED, Douglas REED, and Cinderella REED whom they called Sindy.

In the 1900 Macon County census Matilda was living with her son William and family in the Lingo township. William supposedly died between 1800 - 1900. Can't find when or where.

Any information on any REED related to this family or this family itself would really be appreciated.

Thank You.

Russell Cable Tue Feb 8 2005

I am trying to find a CABLE family that supposedly lived in Macon Co. in the 1920/30's.

In addition to Cecil CABLE, there was a brother, Orval Peter CABLE (called Peter), that became an osteopathic doctor in Kirksville, Mo and a sister that married a BROUGHTON (?).

I don't know if they were related to Flossie BROWN, who worked on the newspaper in Bucklin for years, but her husband's mother was a CABLE.

I lost all I had on those families when I moved to California from Guadalajara, Mexico about 15 years ago.

If you can clue me in on where I can find the CABLE's in the 1930 census for Macon Co. I would appreciate it.

Cecil worked for the Union Pacific in Amarillo, TX for 40 some odd years, Pete ended up in Eugene, OR and the sister in Colorado.

Unforunately, Cecil had no children, Pete knows nothing about the family and the son of the lady in CO. is in his nineties and said he doesn't know anything now as he can't remember. I will be 80 my next birthday and there is a CABLE book coming out this fall and I hope to try to recoup what I once had on these CABLE's and get it in that book.

Nobody, has ever heard of them that are doing research on the family. I know they exist and are connected to Casper CABLE that started our line. I actually saw Pete in OR and also visited the BROWN's in Bucklin, years ago. I will be glad to pass on anything I have on the CABLE's, should you be interested.

Thanks for any information.

Alan Sparks Sun Jan 30 2005

Looking for info. on Judge Jefferson MORROW and his ancestors and family.

According to the book, Tennessee Cousins, he was well known in Macon Co., Mo. His father was William MORROW (b. 1768, Ireland; d. 1834, ??where??).

William MORROW settled in Kentucky and later moved to Howard Co., Mo. He married Sarah JAY in Caswell Co., NC.

Another of William's sons, was Isaac MORROW (b. ????, d. 1898, ??where??). His daughter was Martha Jane MORROW (b. 11 Aug 1849, Macon Co., Mo.; d. 26 Nov 1930, Moniteau Co., Mo. Martha married David Andrew Jackson CHAMBERS on 21 Nov 1869, in Moniteau Co., Mo.

Any information is much appreciated.

Dianne Osborn Sat Jan 29 2005

I'm interested in information about my grandfather, William COX.

He was born about 1840 and lived most of his life in Macon County.
I think he married Mary Jane MILES 01-05-1865. They had the following children:

1. Bidzy--1865
2. Isaac--1867
3. William B.--1869
4. Uriah--1872
5. Joseph--1875

I think he also married Sarah (Sallie) PERKINS 10-22-1876.
They had the following children:

1. Bertha--1876?
2. Ora Dell--1879

He married 3rd Laura Josephine GIPSON LEWIS in 1896.
They had the following children:

1. Margaret Grace--1896
2. Nancy Amanda--1898

We believe that both William and Sarah are buried in Friendship Cemetery.

Any information would be appreciated.

Leslie Bridges Kohler Sun Jan 23, 2005

My GGGgrandfather, Edmond WALKER (1811-1859), and his wife and children lived in Macon County from November 1851 until April 1857.

In January of 1852, he entered 120 acres of government land and 40 acres of timber, about 3/4 miles apart. This land was in Section 17, Twp 58, Range 13.

Then in January of 1857 he sold his farm to a Mr. GRIMES, of Illinois, for $15.00 per acre. February, of that same year, saw Edmond selling off his personal property at a public sale.

In April 1857, Edmond WALKER bought a farm in Carroll County, Missouri, where the family remained.

His son mentions (in his memoirs) that when they first came to Macon county, they arrived "...at Mr. William CRAWLEYS." Mr. CRAWLEY had been their neighbor in Adair County, KY. He also mentions a man named Ab GILLAM, who had come with them to Macon County but subsequentially "went back home".

I have a copy of Edmond WALKER's son's memoirs and will try to enter here (on this board) what other Macon County information is told in these.

Please feel free to contact me directly -or- through the Macon County, MO email list.

Thank you very much!

Teri Vaughn Thur Jan 20, 2005

Looking for the family and records of Frank H. HART/HARTE and Susan "Susie" DAVIS/DAVIES of Bevier, Macon Co., Missouri.

Frank's death certificate states he was born Nov. 21, 1875 in Missouri, family information not listed. Info provided by a co-worker as he was killed while working in a lumber camp in Washington State.

Susie's death certificate states that her father's name was George DAVIES, and that she was born in Indiana on October 4, 1878.

Susie's younger sister Loua was born in Missouri in 1884. Frank and Susie were married in Missouri, presumably Macon Co., between June 1899-June 1900.

In 1900, they are found living in Bevier, and Susie's sister, Loua DAVIES is living with them, along with a boarder named Tony WILSON. Frank is employed as a Coal Miner.

Frank & Susie had the following children:

Otho Frank b: 1901- Missouri,
Charles A. b: Sep 10 1902 - Missouri,
Flora b: July 11, 1904 - Montana,
Eugene b: 1908-Montana,
Nellie b: May 2, 1914-Montana,
Montana Lucille b: Sep 17, 1917- Montana.

Any information on these two families is very needed, as the medical (inherited illness) history of this family needs to be investigated.

Thank you very much!

Craig Nelson Mon Dec 20, 2004

Researching Lewis WALTERS and his wife Elizabeth (STACY) WALTERS.

They left Pulaski / Russell County KY about 1835 and came to Macon Co., MO.

Lewis WALTERS mother was Mary "Polly" HARDGROVE WALTERS Sneed. Polly's husband, Richard WALTERS, died in 1815 in Pulaski Co., KY, so she was widowed with three children. The following year she married a Mr. John SNEED.

In the mid-1830's, she and John SNEED and part of their "blended" family came to Macon County, MO. Polly had another son named Linzey WALTERS who remained in KY when his brother Lewis and mother and step-father all moved to Macon Co., MO.

I descend directly from Linzey WALTERS, the brother who remained in KY. I don't know specifically what part of Macon County they settled in. Polly died 1861 and is buried in the SNEED - JOHNSON cemetery (I think west of Bevier). If you have any other questions ... just let me know.

Thanks again for any help?

Valley Pierce Tue Dec 7, 2004

Seeking others looking for information on following family:

Joseph BURK Born: 05 July 1818 Canada
wife: Mary Ann Elizabeth ROBINSON born: 03 November 1822 Ky.
Married: 09 April 1840 Sangamon County, Illinois


James JASPER 1841-1888 m. Sarah Elliott
Margaret Jane 1843-1892 m. Mordeica McDANIEL and Perry BRAMMER
Homer Nuton Born 1845 and married Julia TEETER
Martha Ann Born 1847
Joseph Edwin Born 1849
Adelia Born 1850 and married James ROBERTS
George Whitfield Born 1854 and married Almira AUSTIN
Nancy Sheba 1857-1892 and married William SCHOOLING
John Sanford Born 1859
Charles Monroe Born 1862
Thomas Franklin Born 1863
Sidwell Born 1866

James Jasper BURK, first child of Joseph and Mary Ann Elizabeth ROBINSON BURK moved to Pettis County, Missouri where he died in 1888.

I found the family in Macon County, Missouri, 1850 52nd District, 1860 and 1870 Russell Tsp., 1880 in Callao.

Joseph BURK (BURKE) married Mary Ann Elizabeth ROBINSON 1840 in Sangamon County, Illinois.

Mary Ann ROBINSON's father, James ROBINSON, and mother, Martha CROWDER ROBINSON, moved over from Sangamon County to Macon and Linn Counties, Missouri all at the same time - ca 1842.

Joseph BURK is mentioned as a carpenter in Lingo Twp. and as having come to Macon County 1842 in the Macon County - Patrons of Atlas of 1875.

I have no idea where he and his wife are buried or when they died. They are listed as living in Callao with their 14 year old son, Sidwell in the 1880 census and that is the last date I have for them.

Can you help?

Lorraine Llewellyn Fri Dec 3, 2004

I have been reasearching my husband family and this web site for Macon does not have a listing for Macon Baptist Association.

Sorry to bother you but didn't know what else to do, Samuel (Sam) Oscar DONOVAN (my husbands ggrandfather) was a Baptist Minster in Macon Co. in 1923~1928 maybe near Novinger.

This referral came from "familysearch.org" with a clickable web site attached which does not have a correct URL or at least an current one.

I know you may not be able to help me, but please be so kind as to pass it along to the one who would be able to help. What I need is an address to be able to find this man and his history.

Thank you so very much.

Any help would be appreciated.

Lorraine Llewellyn Fri Dec 3, 2004

I am researching William VESTAL and his marriage to Millie Jane GIPSON in 1842, Macon Co. Mo.

I find them on the 1850 census but can not find them after.

I would like for a look-up of their marriage record, and any other information you would be willing to research for me.

I believe one of their sons William M. VESTAL is the father of Elza C. VESTAL.

Any help appreciated and I thank you for you time.

Pat Kantzer Sun Nov 28, 2004

Looking for information on George GREENSTREET, son of Franklin "Doc" GREENSTREET and Ann Eliza NAGEL.

He was born 25 Sep 1872 in Missouri died 26 Sep 1904.

He was married 1 Nov 1899 to a Clara\Cecilia KENT born abt Jun 1878. In 1900 they are listed in White Twp, Macon County Mo.

Have not been able to find them in other census records

Can you help.

Ernest Duncan Tue Nov 23, 2004

I am looking for heirs or information on a William HAMMACK/HAMMOCK of Macon County.

He was involved in logging, operated a sawmill off the river and a school off of Hwy P. I believe that he was in Macon County MO from late 1880s to 1930s or 1940s.

This is all I know first hand. As some of the older people I have already talked to seem to indicate that he was a prominant citizen.

I was able to talk to another person who gave me some names that she thinks may be relatives of William HAMMOCK.

Fannie M & J H HARLAN
Sarah M & George W CRAVENS
Jenny L & C C FURR
Martha & F O DAMERON

I Think these are the spellings as the source is older and is not entirely sure of all the facts.

I need as much historical info as possible. Any help would be appreciated.

Suzanne Trice Mon Nov 22, 2004

We are looking for information and/or descendants of the TRICE family that lived in the Anabel, Round Grove area beginning in the 1860's.

If anyone knows about the ancestry please let us know.

Mel Kelly Sat Oct 9, 2004

We are looking for information on the MARKS, JELINEK, and BLEW families.

Joseph MARKS was married to Barbara (JELINEK) MARKS and lived in the Lingo, Bevier area.
His son: Lawrence Joseph MARKS, born: Jan. 3, 1873, died: Jan. 26, 1945

Lawrence Joseph MARKS married Dora Ann BLEW, born Nov. 22, 1878

John George MARKS, born Feb. 11, 1906
Larry Joseph MARKS, born Jan. 5, 1903
William Frederick MARKS, born May 30, 1894

If anyone knows about the ancestry on these families, your help would be greatly appreciated.

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Ernie Miles

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