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Lela Curtis Thur Jan 8 1998
I am searching for Michael McGRATH.
He left Knob Noster, Johnson Co., MO for Excello in October 1890 with his family.
He was to be "in the mining business."
He was born in Ireland to John and Margaret MCHAHON McGrath and had at least 2 siblings:
a brother, John, and a sister, Mary.
They continued to live and die in Knob Noster.
Michael disappears from family lore when they moved to Excello. Any leads would be greatly appreciated.

Emily C. Howland Sat Jan 10 1998
Researching my grandmother, Clara Eletha POHLMAN/POLMAN, an orphan,
born approx 1889-1890 in either Macon or Atlanta, Mo.
Married to, Frederick WILDER, a carriage painter, also born in Macon, Mo.
Clara's occupation was listed as housewife.
Unknown child born, died.
According to birth certificate, a second child: Sadie Clarissa Wilder, born 30 July 1912, Macon, Mo.
After Frederick Wilder died, Clara married Claude COX (my grandfather) 14 June 1924 in Macon Co., Mo.
Particularly interested in early-life orphanage info (parents names) and specific birthdate and spelling of the maiden name for Clara and anything else that someone can share.
Hope to be hearing from someone....

Carol S. Johnson Sun Jan 11 1998
Looking for information about Elias C. REDMAN
Born May 12, 1830 in Nelson Co., KY and died Aug 1902 in Macon Co.
He first married Elizabeth _____, born 1838 and died 1881.
He then married Mary J. ____, born 1863.
He may have been a doctor as some probate papers address him as Dr. Elias Redman.

Keith Fletcher Tues Jan 13 1998
I am seeking information on two Civil War soldiers in a Macon County, MO unit.

Their names are Capt. William H. LEWIS, and Capt. Peter THOMPSON, and they served in the 42nd MO Volunteers (US). Anyone who can tell me how these men died post-war, or know of any vets of the 42nd who were murdered after the war, will be greatly appreciated.
Legend says that my ancestor's son tracked down each living vet of Company A, 42nd MO Volunteers, after the war and bushwacked them all. Fact or fiction?
Were Capt's Lewis and Thompson murdered after the war? Was your ancestor in Co. A, 42nd MO? Was he MURDERED? If so, I would like to hear from you!!!
Click on my name above or I can be reached by telephone at: (618) 746-4248.

Désirée de Nantes Wed Jan 21 1998
I descend from Mary Taylor (née HEMENWAY) BARKER born 23 February 1816 in Barre, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
By late 1880 she was living in Belton, Cass Co., Missouri. She died there sometime in 1892, and was interred in a La Plata cemetary (unknown name) a "pink marble shaft proclaims her presence."
Her grandson's (Wilbur James SAMPSON) wife (née Mary Katherine SPEAS) was there in La Plata on 31 December 1889, giving birth to Royce Hironimus Sampson.
I am very interested in any information regarding Barkers, Hemenways, or Sampsons in Macon Co. between 1852 and 1892?
In which La Plata cemetary is Mary Taylor Barker interred?
Thank you in advance.

Cathy Webb Sun Jan 25 1998
I am looking for any information on my ggrandfather Elbert PENTON born July 1877.
His Mother, Martha E. Penton, was married to William I. PHIPPS in 1875.
She is listed as a widow in the 1880 Census, living with her mother, Sarah Jane Penton.
Elbert is not listed but should be about 2 - 3 years old.
Elbert is listed on the 1900 Census, age 22, living in his mother's house.
She is now listed as head of household, M.E. VERNON, widow.
I am trying to determine who the father is. Anything would be helpful.

R Stacey Mon Jan 26 1998
Looking for any information on John Wesley STACY/STACEY.
Born abt. 1856/57 in Missouri...very possible Macon County.
I do not know John's parents who were also born in Missouri.
It is believed by some members of my family there was a large STACY/STACEY farm where they lived.
John married in 1891/92 a 15 year old Texas girl, EMMA (possible name: Frances Emmeline THOMPSON).
In 1892/93, the couple had a daughter in Missouri; her name was LEE.
By 9/23/1896, the family moved to WACO, TEXAS where my grandfather, William Wesley, was born.
If anyone has any information pertaining to this family, please contact me.
Thank y'all very much for any help you can provide

Gary R. Hawpe Sat Jan 31 1998
I am seeking information on the family of Fountain Baker SAMPSON
and Melissa HICKERSON.
Melissa was the daughter of Thomas Hickerson and Susannah VANBIBBER.
Fountain died in 1871 and Melissa died in 1869 and both are buried in Mt. Tabor cemetery, Macon County, Missouri.
Elijah b. 1836 m. Louisa FLYNN,
Susan b. 1837 m. Richard OLIVER,
Elgiva b. 1839 m. Burr MUSICK,
Matilda b. 1843 m. William E. WADDELL,
Lucy J. b. 1846 m. Perry J. WRIGHT,
Thomas b. 1849 m. (1) Connie SEARS, (2) Sarah F.GENTER,
Lawson F. b. 1851 m. Martha _______,
Isaac V. b. 1854 m. Surilda MEEKS,
Margaret b. 1857 m. Rufus B. WILLIAMS,
Louisa B. Sampson b. 1859 m. Rufus B. Williams the widower of her sister Margaret.
Any information would be appreciated.

Julie Oliver Sun Feb 1 1998
Researching Samuel FITZSIMMONS and his wife Pauline (METZ) Fitzsimmons.
She later married John L. OLIVER (who died at age 108 in Shelbina, MO in 1928).
Samuel lived near Clarence ca. 1860-1880. Their dau., Lizzie Fitzsimmons, md. John W. Oliver (John L.'s son).
I know there must be some info about this family, but so far I've found very little.
The JENSEN's also married into the Oliver family in the early 1900's.
Any help would be appreciated.

May Widener Thur Feb 5 1998
Researching Joseph Marion MONTGOMERY born Dec. 16, 1848 in Macon Co.
Parents are Platte Montgomery and Mary Jane GRIFFIN.
Other Children are:
William Franklin,
Barbara Susan,
Josephine Francis,
Nancy Ludora,
Michael Zimroy
Effie May.
I do not know if the other children were born in Macon Co., or even in Mo.
Thank-you for any help and your time.

Wilma Moore Sat Feb 7 1998
Would like to contact descendants of James DAVIDSON,
whose daughter May/Mary married a Mr. SOUTHWICK and lived in New Cambria circa 1870 or later, according to early family correspondence.
Do Macon County records verify that the Davidsons and/or Southwicks were residents of New Cambria?
Did the Southwicks have children? I will appreciate any help on this.

Thel Alexander Curtis Wed Feb 11 1998
Researching Christopher Columbus TEDFORD who married
Hanna Frances TURNBOUGH, 30 May 1855 the dau. of Robert TURNBOUGH.
Christopher's parents were Demelville TEDFORD and Martha Ann COX,
born 22 April 1819. They md. in Macon Co. in 1849.
Martha's parents were Moses and Hannah Baird COX, also from the Macon Co. area.
A known child of Christopher and Hanna was my Grandmother, Zetta Dee
born 16 April 1885 who md. Eben Best ENYART in the Macon Co. area 1901-02.
The TEDFORD's lived in Woodville and Cairo probably before 1850.
My GGrand Father, Christopher Columbus TEDFORD, d. 23 Oct. 1925,
and is buried somewhere in Macon Co.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Meg Stevenson Wed Feb 11 1998
Researching Francis Marion VICKERY, died 1830's, and his wife Mary BROYLES VICKERY, died ca 1845.
They died, supposedly, while visiting their son, Adam VICKERY in Macon Co.
They were from Wayne County, KY.
I'd like to find hard evidence of their deaths there, (ie. a cemetery record, will, inventory).
Did they purchase land there? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Leta R. Lane Tues Feb 17 1998
Researching my grandparents, Alex GARRISON and Ann HARRISON GARRISON.
They both lived in or near Sue City, Macon Co., MO.
Ann and Alex had two sons, Lloyd and John.
Ann died shortly after John was born.
I have acquired unconfirmed information that my grandfather then married Annie Ferguson and I found a grave of a child born to them.
Ann's mother Louisa C. Harrison reared the two boys, and for some reason the Macon Co. Court changed their last name to her name.
I know very little of Alex from that time up until now.
I have been told my grandfather died in the eighties.
Alex father was a prominent Dr. of that community for many years.
Confusion exists regarding which physician, Benjamin or Frank Garrison, was his father as both practised in that period in Sue City, Mo.
I would very much like to find out more about him. If he ever remarried, if so, to whom, and if they had a family.
I hope you can help me to learn more about him. Sincerely,
Leta Ruth Lane
1201 Benton Drive
Macon, Mo.63552
phone (660) 385-5529

Sherry Hutson Wed Feb 18 1998
I am looking for information on Thomas JONES, born in Bevier around 1891.
He married Emma Josephine BYLAND and had a daughter, Marianna.
They had 4 other children:
Anna Marie who married a William HILL,
Bess who married a J.A. McMASTER,
Sarah who married a Ezra CROCKETT, and
Stella who married a Harry PICKENS.
Thomas Jones was the son of James and Mary A. (THOMAS) JONES.
Any information on any of these people would be appreciated.

Michelle Greene Sat Feb 21 1998
I am looking for information on my GGG Grandfather, Willis Elliott GREENE,
b. 1796, in Madison Co., KY.
Willis had two brothers, Wesley and Allen.
I believe they came to Missouri abt. 1818. Their parent's names are unknown, however, the father was from Maryland and the mother was from North Carolina.
The families settled in and around Macon, Adair, Chariton, Howard, and Randolph Counties.

Willis was married to Ann WOODS in 1826.
Their children were:
William Woods, Granville Valentine, Ellihu (Tobe), Alfred Nicholas, Elizabeth, Susan, and Allen Duff.

Weslsey was married to Elizabeth HAWLEY.
Their children included:
FH, Nancy, Hampton, Joel, Ordel and Orabella.

Allen D. is shown in the 1850 census in Macon Cty, having one son, Allen Daniel, age 15. I am looking for descendants of these three men.

Barbara Barrett Sat Feb 21 1998
Would like to find parents and family of George EPPERLY, who died in Macon Co. ca. 1840-50.
He married Barbara SCHRADER in Carolina's before moving to Kentucky.
Son Hiram born ca.1807 married Margaret SHEARER in KY before moving to co. around 1840.

Virginia Harris Thur Feb 26 1998
I am researching the Conley family in Macon county.
My anscestor is Andrew Jackson CONLEY born in 1828.
Possible birthplace is in MI. Wife listed as Elizabeth A. ? .
Known children are:
Huliett P., James Edward, Sara Ann, David Ed, Charles Chester, Mary Elizabeth (Minnie).
Huliett married Charles Ellender HATFIELD.
Anyone researching these families please e-mail me.

Jefferson C. Saunders Sun Mar 1 1998
Researching Phillip James SAUNDERS, born Brecknock Co. Wales, Feb. 22, 1833, died Dec. 20, 1897 in the township of Lingo, MO of miner pneumonia.
He married Sarah (WILLIAMS) Saunders born Llandefailogfach, Brecknock about July of 1833, died after 1910 in Missouri.
They were married in Plough Chapel, Brecon July 11, 1857.

Their children were:

John Williams Saunders, b Oct. 10 1861, in Pendre, Brecnock Wales
and died 1927 at home in Marceline, MO. Buried in Mt. Olivet Cem. with wife and son Johnie.
Married Emma Jane PIPPIN, born June 1877 Lingo MO, died 1951.

James Joseph Saunders born Apr 1864 Pendre, Brecon Wales, died Sept 5, 1935 Kansas City, MO. (have copy of birth cert)
Married Jeanette Luella BRALEY, b 1864 d 1931.

Samuel Saunders b Aug 12 1868 Aberdare, Glamorgan Wales d 1942, Ft. Madison, IA.
Married Sara Kathryn PIPPIN b June 28, 1875, d. 1942

Anna H. Saunders b 1871 Lingo, MO. d 1949 Ft. Madison, IA,
Married Ira Newton BLAKE, b 1872

Emily Saunders b Feb 1875 Lingo, MO. (may have remarried)
Married Joseph Luke DAVIS, b 1867, d 1915, Marceline MO

May Saunders b Sept.13, 1877 Lingo, MO. died Oct. 15, 1879 Lingo, MO.
Her father, Phillip "James" Saunders, died in 1897 and lies buried under the same headstone some distance south of Lingo.
Any infomation would be greatly appreciated.

Bonney Ayers Leihsing Tue Mar 3 1998
Researching Joseph AYERS b.1814 Morgan Co. TN d.1878 Atlanta Macon Co. MO
md. Charlotte SHELTON b. 1819 TN d.1907 both bur. Shiloh Cem. Atlanta, Macon Co.MO.
Joseph and Charlotte AYERS moved to Lydia Twp. Macon Co. MO approx. 1850 and are in Jackson Twp. on 1860 Macon Co. MO Census.
Children are:
1. Mary E. b.1838/39 TN
2. Nancy Jane b.1839 Morgan Co.TN md. Richard Pitt GOODDING + 6 ch.
3. Sarah M. b.1843/44 TN
4. James B. b.1845/46 md. Sarah L. STONE of Macon Co.
5. Margaret M. b.1847/48
6. George A. b.1849/50
7. John A. b.1851/52
8. Frances A. b.1854/55
9. Charlotte J. (twin) b.1859/60 md. (J.C.?) GOODDING
10. Tabitha Belle (twin) b.1859/60 md. Seaman/Semen
Any information to share? I am happy to share information.

Bonney Ayers Leihsing Tue Mar 3 1998
Researching James B. AYERS b.1845/46 d.aft.1916 md. Sarah L. STONE
(dau. of Joseph STONE and Malinda BURRIS) b.10-14-1846 Atlanta, Macon Co. MO d.2-5-1916 Atlanta, Macon Co. MO.
Children are:
1. Montie B. b.Mar 1868 md. Callie Zadie WRIGHT
2. W.F. Last known residence=Atlanta, Macon Co. MO
3. Lenora Last known residence=Ralston, AR md._____BROOK
Any information to share? I am happy to share information.

Bonney Ayers Leihsing Tue Mar 3 1998
Researching Montie B. AYERS b.Mar 1868 Macon Co. MO d. b/n1916-1920 probably in Macon Co. MO
md. Callie Zadie WRIGHT (dau of Perry W. WRIGHT and Lucy J. SAMPSON)
b.1868/69 Macon Co. MO, d. aft. 1920 prob. in Macon Co.
Montie and Callie Ayers resided in La Plata Twp.
Children are:
1. Grover A. b.1890 md. Ola_____?
their children, Dan V. b. 1915/16, and Louise b. 1919
2. Lorraine b.1900 md. Bud YATES
3. Bertha A. b.1902 md. _____BEATTY
4. Joseph Wright b.1907 md#1 Unknown md#2 Barbara Ellen LAMBERT
child, Monte Joel b.1941
Any information to share? I am happy to share information.

Charles DeVore Wed Mar 4 1998
Seeking any information on John Maron DEVORE d Macon Co. Mo. 1930.
He was the son of John Thomas DEVORE b 1824 Bedford Co., Penn.
Any information on DEVORE would be helpful.

Matt Boelke Thur Mar 5 1998
I would like to find the birth and death dates for my great-great grandmother Sarah ROEBUCK.
She is the child of William Jefferson Roebuck, who was married to Polly CANNON in Macon Co., in 1851.
I have all her forebears and all her descendants if anyone is interested;
just some gaps about her. Thanks

Matt Boelke Thur Mar 5 1998
I am looking for the WARES side of my family in Macon Co. in the 1870's and 1880's.
Richard Wares was married to Sarah ROEBUCK probably around 1874.
I have information on the Roebuck side (except for what I asked for in my other query). I have nothing about the Wares side before Richard.
My grandfather stated that he thought they were "Black Irish" that had come to America to work in the coal fields in Pennsylvania (?).
I have most everything after that if anyone is curious about the Wares.

Diane Crabtree Thur Mar 5 1998
Looking for information on Nora May SNODDY, born May 1869, and Edward Grant PERRY, they had 6 children.
Nora was born May 1869 and her parents are Robert Jefferson Snoddy
born 1841 in Cincinatti, OH and Herminnie Narcissa ATKINSON,
married in April 1868.
Nora May Snoddy Perry lived in Macon Co. through 1930.
I have no background on Edward. Any and all information would be useful.

Glowanda Richards Morris Sat Mar 7 1998
Researching my great grandmother, Juda Carrie WILLIAMS, born Oct. 16, 1850 in Macon Co., MO. I believe she had a brother, Cyrus Williams.
She married Eli A. RICHARDS in Osage, Kansas in 1875.
From the 1880 Kansas Census, I have been able to track them to Oklahoma, where she died in 1939.
It is the years before her marriage that are blank.
Would like any information on her family there in MO.

Karen Crook Sun Mar 8 1998
Researching the family of my gr grandfather, Hector EVANS, born 25 July 1842 in Carmarthen, Wales.
He died 22 May 1918 in Parson, KS and is buried in New Cambria.
His first wife Anna YAPP, married in Wis. in 1866 and moved to New Cambria.
They had four children:
Annabel 1867 Minnie 1869
Lisbon Lee 1872 one died in infancy

Anna died in 1874 and Hector married Mary Ann DAVIS born 1852 in Wales and died 1929 in OK and is buried in New Cambria.
Hector and Mary Ann Evans had 10 more children:
Jennie b 1877 Maggie b 1878 Luther b 1879
Arthur b 1881 Horace b 1883 Elmer b 1885
Bessie b 1887 Mary b 1890 Roscoe b 1892
Jessie b 1894

Would be very interested in contacting and corresponding with fellow family members.

Frank Davis Thur Mar 12 1998
I am looking for the G grandchildren of these BLANCHARD's,
Benjamin Harrison (Bub) Blanchard born March 13, 1856, Newark, Knox Co.
He married Pallas T. MILLER in Newark and they moved to LaPlata.
There Children were:
Jessie Harry Charles Minnie A Blanchie
Logan Mable A. Ralph W. Lulu

Byrd M. BLANCHARD born Aug. 21, 1867, Newark married Elizabeth A. JOHNSON and they also lived in LaPlata.
Bub and Byrd were both Blacksmiths.
Any info on these families would be helpful.

Patricia Kantzer Thur Mar 12 1998
Researching Colonel Franklin GREENSTREET, born 14 Jul 1883, Macon Co Mo,
died 23 Jul 1967, in Milan, Sullivan Co MO.
On 25 Dec 1905, he married Daisy Brooks MORTON, born 18 Jul 1884,
in Washington Co. KS. She died 18 Apr 1967 Milan, in Sullivan Co MO.
Wish to contact anyone researching the Greenstreet or Morton surnames.

Marge Leathers Mon Mar 16 1998
John Wils LEATHERS born Aug. 28, 1856 in Macon County, Mo.
He died in Vinita, OK Feb. 14, 1923.
He married Mary Teresa TURNER Aug. 19, 1884. Mary was born Dec. 25, 1865.
Children of John and Mary:
Adella Edward William Albert Harrison
Clarence Leonard Alta Bell Charles Milford
John Arthur Jessie cleorisa

Any help on John and Mary would be greatly appreciated.

Natalie Huntley Mon Mar 16 1998
Looking for names and dates of those buried in the AGEE Family Cemetery,
located in Macon Co., MO.
I am researching the whole Agee family, and if you have ties to this family, please contact me.
Thanks for your help!

Grace Clowe Thur Apr 2 1998
Need help with the family of Martha Frances RUNNELS or REYNOLDS
b. 1841 in VA, md. Isaac Newton MOORE in 1859 in Macon Co. MO.
She may have had a sister Rachel who married William CAGELLE in 1864 In Macon Co.
Any information will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Dan Dean Sun Apr 5 1998
I have been looking into the DEAN genealogy for a while now and have gotten stumped with Joseph DEAN and Mary Ann(e) (BELCHER) DEAN who lived in Macon or thereabouts.
Joseph DEAN was born in Ohio in 1849 and died in Joplin. Mary Anne BELCHER was born in 1850 in Virginia, both by census records.
Some land records show Abraham (or Abram) DEAN owning property adjoining Joseph's and Mary's, but the details are sketchy and I am unable to follow up on Abraham.
The census records show that they lived in Macon County.
Here is the genealogy:

My father: Prentice Walter DEAN b. 15 May 1928/Kansas City, MO d. 1978/Seattle, WA
My Grandfather: Prentice Walter DEAN b.9 Nov 1898/Macon, MO d. 23 Oct 1949/Seattle, WA
My GGF: Albert DEAN b. 27 Dec 1874/Keota, MO d. 31 Oct 1901/Joplin, MO
My GGGF: Joseph DEAN b. 1849/Ohio d. ???/Joplin, MO
My GGGM: Mary Ann(e) Belcher b. 1850/VA d. ???

If you could shed a glimmer of light on this, I would be very happy.
Do you have any info about these people that would help me connect my part of the DEAN family to one of the main DEAN lines?
Thanks, Dan Prentice DEAN, 206-232-6191, 206-232-5310 fax

Richard Grubbs Wed Apr 8 1998
Researching Edward Dabney DICKERSON born 31 Jan 1837, Cave City, Barren, KY. He came to Macon/Adair counties about 1848.
Edward was a school teacher both in Macon and Adair Counties. He died 23 Jan 1889 in La Plata, Mo. and is buried in the La Plata Cem.
Edward and Permelia Ann TALBOT married 8 Jan 1865, in Macon(?) Co.
Permelia was born 5 Mar 1850 in VA and died in La Plata, MO. She is buried in the La Plata Cem.
They were parents of at least three children:
1. Robert Harden, b.5 Oct. 1865, La Plata, MO.
2. Nancy Catherine, (my grandmother)b. 14 Aug 1867, La Plata, MO.
3. Charles Edward, b. 25 Jun 1869, La Plata, MO.

Edward's brother, Patrick Henry Thomas Dickerson, was born 20 Nov 1832 also in Cave City, Barren, KY.
Patrick and Catherine Isabelle SALTMARSH, married 22 Dec 1852 in Macon Co. MO.
They had 10 children:
Virginia, Louisa J., Joseph Thomas, Charles Edward,
William Henry, James Gill, Bedford Keith, Dora A.,
Patrick Archibald George B.

I have additional info to share on DICKERSON and SALTMARSH.

TINA LEE Wed Apr 8 1998
I am looking for info on Martha Frances BYLER, b 1872 in Macon Co, Missouri. She married Ephram P. TETERS b. 1861 in College Mound. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Hazel Bulkley Fri Apr 10 1998
I am looking for information on the descendants of Azel BULKLEY/BUCKLEY.
Azel, born in NY, moved to either Marion , Adair and/or Macon Co.'s MO, probably about 1840.

He had two known children:

1. Charles Gradison, who married Mary Williams COPELAND and they had 12 known children. Charles and Mary, probably lived in/around Hannibal, Marion Co.

2. Winfield Scott, who married Lucinda FINNELL and they had 7 known children.
Probably the best known of Winfield and Lucinda's children would have been Dr. James Franklin BULKLEY who for 52 years was a physician in Adair and Macon Co.

Dr. James Franklin BULKLEY, 1854 - 1929, married Nancy Minnie GUFFY, 1862 - 1915. Dr. James and Nancy had 3 known Children:

1st-- Stella, 1880 - 1946, married: 1st H. HOPSON married 2nd William BANTA.
Stella and H. Hopson had 2 known children:
1. Nan, 1907 - 1944
2. Carey, 1904 - 1978

2nd Dr. Clarence H. Bulkley, 1883 - 1948, married Bonnie B. BIGGS. No known children.
Dr. Charles also practiced medicine in Adair Co. for many years.

3rd Blanch BULKLEY, 1889 - 1973, married Guy VALELLY, no known children.

Dr. James Franklin BULKLEY wrote a genealogy on the family:
"A Genealogical Record of the Bulkley Family" pub. in LaPlata in 1911.
I have searched for this book and cannot find a copy.
If any one knows of the book or has a suggestion where I might look I really would appreciate their information.

If you feel you know there is a connection to this Bulkley family please contact me.
Any information on Dr. James Franklin BULKLEY, his family and the book he wrote, would really be appreciated.
Hazel Bulkley
1363 Lesiure World
Mesa, AZ 85206

Sandra Kerschner Green Sat Apr 11 1998
I am trying to locate some information on William Wesley GREEN.
He came to Missouri in 1835 and settled at Old Bloomington.
In 1854 he moved to Drake Twp, Macon Co. where he served as a Justice of the Peace and Post Master at Old Boston from 1854-1869.
Then he moved to Tullvania in 1876 and took over the post office there. He was a Justice of the Peace from 1858-1895.
He was married to Amanda HULL. They had 7 children:
Bethsada, John A., Simeley, Eliza,
Wm. Thomas, James S., Daniel,

I believe the son Wm. Thomas resided in Goldsberry, married to Sarah LANE, the daughter of John LANE.
Daniel resided in Elmer, Mo. and James married (?) DAVIS, they moved to Idaho.
If anyone knows of this family I would appreciate hearing from you.

John Ballard Sun Apr 12 1998
I am seeking information on WAUGH, HENDERSON and DANIELS families in La Plata.
WW (Billy) and Maud (WAUGH) HENDERSON owned and edited the La Plata Home Press from 1918 to 1938.
WW died in La Plata in 1951. Maud moved to Little Rock.
Maud's parents, Judge John William Worthington (JWW) and Mary WAUGH, both died in La Plata in 1931, the family having earlier lived in Sumner, MO. Her sister, Flo WAUGH BALLARD, married HS DANIELS who died in La Plata in 1922.
Any info would be appreciated.

Patricia Kantzer Fri Apr 24 1998
Researching Richard SUMMERS, born abt 1765 Maryland, died bef 9 Dec 1864 Macon Co Mo.
He may be the father of Greenberry SUMMERS, born 1 Dec 1794 in MD, died 8 Jan 1877 Sullivan Co MO.
He married Nancy ELLIOTT, Washington Co. Ky, born 1 Jan 1794, died Apr 1875.
Does anyone know anything about Richard SUMMERS?

Marla Timmons Sun Apr 26 1998
Researching the SKINNER and DOBBINS families in Macon County.
Marlin SKINNER b. abt 1880 was married to Dolla (or Dolly) KILDEW b. 1881 d. 1917 in American Falls, ID.
Marlin may be the son of Jacob SKINNER, who was 48 yrs old in the 1910 census for Macon County.
I'm looking for further info on this family.
Marlin and Dolla had one child, Opal SKINNER, b. 1909 who married Willie Ellis DOBBINS in Sept. 1923.
Also looking for info on the DOBBINS family.
Willie Ellis DOBBINS was the son of Emmit and Gertie DOBBINS, reportedly buried at Steel Cemetery near Elmer MO.
Any info on these two families would be appreciated.
Thank you....Marla Timmons in Las Vegas

Ruth Dunlap Tue Apr 28 1998
Researching my line from GG Grandfather Daniel S. BARROW born 1799, Ky.
Both Daniel and his brother Nathan BARROW married GILSTRAP sisters.
Daniel married GG Grandmother, Mary (Polly) and Nathan married Welthy.
The father of the BARROW brothers was Daniel BARROW b 1758.
The parents of the GILSTRAP sisters were my GGG Grandfather, Bright GILSTRAP b abt 1776 probably in N.C. He married Selah MUMFORD b abt 1777 also probably in N.C.

My G Grandfather in the BARROW line was George West BARROW b 1831.
He had 2 families one with Mary CHAFFIN (my line) and his 2nd wife Rosa RANDALL.

Nathan BARROW was a judge in Macon before 1865. He was a Southerner at heart and helped a young man join the Confederate Army. He was arrested by Federals, tried for treason, convicted and sent to Alton Prison.

Very interested in Nathan and his time in Alton Prison and any records for that time.
I would like to have any one with info to contact me. I have lots of info to share on both lines.
Any one out there with information to share would be great.

Victor McIntyre Mon May 4 1998
Looking for information on my grandfather, Charles Michael MCINTYRE,
who was born in County Cork, Ireland abt. 1838 and emigrated to America in the 1850's. He married Catherine D. FOLEY in Ottawa, Illinois in 1857.
They moved to Lingo Twp., Macon Co. MO after they married and were listed in the 1880 census living there.
The family moved by covered wagon to Comanche County, Kansas in 1884. Charles did not make it to Kansas. I am searching for information on his date and place of death. I think he died in Macon County and was buried there between 1880 and 1884 possibly in a Catholic cemetary.
Any information would be appreciated.

Torsten Karlsson Mon May 4 1998
I am seaching for a family named, WIKLUND, which left Sweden in 1868.
The father, Andreas M., born 1843 in Bjurholm, Sweden, died 24 Mar 1922.
The mother, Julia died July 23, 1917.
The son, Anders Edvard, born 1873, and daughter, Anna Augusta, born 1876.
I know of five children of which one born in Sweden, Johan Ferdinand, born 1867.
In 1918, in a letter to Sweden they settled in the county of Macon.
Anders Evard Wiklund probably changed his name to Wickland and died 1953.
Anybody who knows more, please contact me?
I have a lot of information to share.

Jesse Traughber Sat May 9 1998
I have 400+ TRAUGHBER in a data base and am attempting to connect these families. Many are from the Macon Co. area.
I would appreciate any TRAUGHBER family histories.
Requests for LOOKUPS are welcome.

Jeannine Whitlow Sun May 10 1998
Researching Ida B. COOK, b. est. 1866-68, d. 1938 probably buried in Callao, MO.
She had brothers:
1. Willliam D'Aubrey COOK, b. 22 Mar. 1862 in Merciville, MO, d. 21 Dec 1934 probably buried in Callao, MO.
2. Phineus E. COOK
She had one sister, Victoria Cook.

Ida married James SMITH and had 6 children:
1. Roy H. b. Nov 1886,
2. Addie M. b. May 1890 married George ALCOTT;
3. Frank L. b. Aug 03, 1893 d. July 01, 1917, married Helen M. ALCOTT;
4. Willie Raymond b. Dec 1898;
5. Cecil b. 1900;
6. Norris b. 1905.

Frank Smith died from injuries he suffered from an explosion at the Sante Fe railroad yard in Ft. Madison, IA where he worked and lived.
James and Ida Smith were living in Ethel, MO at the time of Frank's death. They traveled to Ft. Madison and brought his body back to Ethel for burial.

Frank was 23 at the time of his death, leaving 2 small children:
1. James Roy Smith b. August 24, 1913
2. Dorothy Leone Smith (my mother) b. August 02, 1915

I have just recently learned about this part of my family, as ties were broken after Frank's death, but William D'Aubrey did raise James.
Thanks in advance for any information on this family.

David Warford Mon May 18 1998
Trying to locate information on John Perry LITTLE or LYTLE born 1864 in Macon, MO.
He married Martha ORIVATER, and their son, Paul Harold LITTLE, was born in Shelbyville, MO in 1898.
Also I'm trying to identify the parents of John Perry LITTLE.
My search of the census records of 1870 did not locate a LITTLE family in Macon Co. with a 6-year-old, so they may have moved on by then.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Gene Hall Thur May 21 1998
I am looking for William Moses COOK born 25 Dec 1863 in Macon Co, MO.
He was the son of William (Bill) COOK and Mary Martha HIGGENBOTHAM.
Birth date and Macon Co information was taken from William Moses' marriage license dated 4 Aug 1886 to Laura McCALL in Nebraska City, Otoe Co, NE.

To Detailed information on COOK family.

Thank you!

Lynn Lewis Sun May 24 1998
My grandfather is Elmer Tolden LEWIS b. 1876 and lived in Boone Co., MO.
I never knew my grandfather, but from an old box of pictures and postcards,
I have learned that his siblings lived in Macon, MO.
Some of the possible sibling names are:
Joe Lewis, Henry Lewis, Bob Lewis, Anna Lewis COX, Zuler Lewis MELLOWAY.
My grandfather's parents were Henry LEWIS and Kitty SANDERS.
Please, if you know any these Lewis of Macon Co., may I hear from you?
Hope we have a Macon Co., connection.

Michael Vice Sat May 29 1998
My Great Grandmother's maiden name was Hattie VIA.
She was the 8th child of Horace Walker VIA and his second wife Samantha COURIER.
H.W. VIA moved to MO sometime around the 1860 - 80s.
Samantha, my GG Grandmother, died while my Hattie was still very young.
Hattie married a man, last name PRUDEN , and moved to Fairfield, IA.
H.W. VIA moved to MO from Charlottesville, VA and settled in or near Woodville, MO. I'm not sure of his third wife's name, but he married her in the late 1800s.
From 3 wives he had 15 or 16 kids and lots of grandkids.

The other side of the family was named VICE and also came from Missouri. I'm trying to link this side with some early settlers in VA by the name of VICE.
My GG Grandfather's name was Thomas VICE.

I appreciate any help you can give me thanks again.

Donna Sears Chernick Mon June 1 1998
Need information on Mr. and Mrs. W. H. SEARS.
Mrs. SEARS was the daughter of Dr. William S. THATCHER.
In the GONE HOME book there is mention of Dr. William S. THATCHER having died at his daughters home (Mrs. W. H. SEARS) in Macon, MO, May 14, 1888, aged 78 years. Dr. Thatcher was buried in the Oregon Cemetery in Holt Co., MO.
Any information would be welcomed.

Mary Fisk Mon June 1 1998
I am looking for ancestors of William B. FISK.
His son, James Alonzo FISK, who died in Macon Co. 1912, was married to Cora ATTERBERRY, who died in Macon 1953.
William B. FISK was married to Jennie P. WYMAN from Kalamazoo, Michigan. Their marriage was recorded wrong as FISH instead of FISK.
All are buried at Mt. Tabor Cem., East of Atlanta, in Macon Co.
Any information greatly appreciated, and I will share what I have with you.

Carolyn Grover Mon June 8 1998
I am working on the WADDLE family.
George WADDLE was born in VA around 1780.
He moved to Ky, Tenn., back to Pulaski Co. Ky., and then in 1845 decided to moved to Macon Co. Mo where several of his children were already living. He died there in January 1849.

His son, George V. WADDLE and Henry BATES show up in the 1840 Macon Co. census. They also brought Harriet and Amanda Elvine WADDLE with them.

George's children married as follows:

1. Annis WADDLE married Henry BATES and they were there in 1840.
Their children: Harriet R. Frank John C. Sarah E.

2. George V. WADDLE married Elizabeth,.
Their children: Patrick Willaim Leven Delano

John Martha Damee

3. Harriet Rebecca WADDLE married Daniel McKENZIE in Macon Co. Mo in 1859.

4. Matilda WADDLE married Joseph WELCH in 1846 in Macon Co. Mo.

5. Sampson WADDLE married Sarah Jane REYNOLDS lived in Macon Co. Mo came in 1845.
Their children: George John Sarah A.

Larken R. ?eamil R. (female) William G.

6. Amanda Elvine WADDLE married Pitman Samuel LINDLEY in 1855.

7. Delilah WADDLE married Thomas EDINGTON.

I'm hoping for information on the father, George WADDLE, on his parents and siblings.

James L. Lowary Tue Jun 9 1998
I am trying to locate more about my great-grandfather.
His name is William COURTNEY, Born: 1868 (in Missouri), Died: 1912,
Married Lu Ellen STONEKING, Born 1 Sep 1878 in Birmingham, IL., Died: 18 Nov 1943,
In 1910 census they lived in Alanta, MO.
They had the following Childeren:....Born:
Robert Ernest COURTNEY 10 Jun 1899
Cecil Earl COURTNEY 9 Sept 1901
Minnie COURTNEY 4 Mar 1904
Millie COURTNEY 1908
Rose Etta COURTNEY 26 Jan 1912
Dorothey Lorraine COURTNEY 14 Feb 1914

My grand father (Robert Ernest COURTNEY) was born in Elmer, MO. I have not been able to find out much of anything on my G-Grand father except the record of the 1910 census.
Thanks for you help
-- Jim LowAry http://www.synapse.com/lowary

Charles Upton Tue Jun 9 1998
I am looking for information on the farming family of William Wisdom UPTON.
He was born May 1839 in MO and died after 1910. His wife was Emiline.
I show him to be living in Macon Co. in 1910. I am trying to obtain his date of death, burial site and any information of descendants still living.

Stephen Fisher Tue Jun 23 1998
Searching for information on and relations of Matthias FISHER.
Born about 1841 in Henderson Co., IL to Thomas FISHER and Elizabeth BROWN FISHER.
Matthias lived for many years in Hancock and McDonough Co., IL. He served in the Civil War, Co. B 91st Illinois Infantry 1861-1864.
Married Eliza COTTON in 1867. Moved to MO in late 1800's, farming in Knox, Macon and Adair Co.'s.
He died about 1915 near either Novelty, Knox Co. or La Plata, Macon Co. MO.
Have traced Matthias' ancestors back to Ireland about 1750.
Any help would be appreciated.

Lynn Proud Tue Jun 23 1998
Researching Mary Catherine "Katie" ROBINSON, born 22 Oct 1862 in Macon Mo.
She was the daughter of Jerry ROBINSON, her mothers name I do not know.
Mary Catherine ROBINSON married George Washington ENTWHISTLE on 28 April 1879 in Albia, Monroe Co. IA. He died on 2 April 1903 in Colchester, McDonough Co. IL.
Mary Catherine ROBINSON then married on 22 Oct 1907 to Martin Henry CREEL.
Mary died 22 Sept 1911. She had a half-brother named Anthony PROUD who was born in 1871 in Colchester, McDonough Co. IL, his father was Mathew PROUD, mother unknown.
Evidently Mary ROBINSON and Mathew PROUD had the same mother.
Can anyone tell me who their mother was? Does anyone have Jerry ROBINSON in their family, does anyone have his wife's name? Do you have any ideas where I might find more on them.
If anyone can help me with this, it would be greatly appreciated.

Marla Fanning Seybold Tue Jun 23 1998
I am researching my G-grandparents, David, born est 1850 and Nancy J.(CARMACK) FANNING.
They married Feb. 23, 1886.
Nancy died Aug 24, 1921 and is buried in Browning Mo.
The last information that I found, they were living in Ethel or Goldberry in Macon Co. in 1921.
Their children were:
John E. Ernest Edward Wilford Mary and Robert LESTER

Both David and Nancy were born in Sullivan Co. David's parents were Rueben and Mary (OWEN) FANNING.
David's siblings were:
Jacob Mary Martha J. Rebeca E. Reubin John

I am trying to establish David's death and would like any other information you might have.
Any help that you can give would be appreciated.

Sharon Badgerow Tue Jun 23 1998
Looking for ancestors of Robert Edmond TURPIN 1877 (whose father was John W. TURPIN) and wife Nancy Isabelle (maiden name unknown) JONES (first husband) Any of you Jones people have anything on Nancy? Would appreciate it!!!!
Robert and Nancy were married June 9,1895.
Could anyone tell me how to get that record?

Paula Yount Fri July 3 1998
I am seeking information on John (or Jonathon) W. and Maggie RALSTON,
who were residents of Macon County, MO in 1899.
Maggie was the daughter of George and Telitha Jane FOGLESONG, and born about 1857 in Missouri.
Any information would be greatly appreciated!

John Ward Yates Mon July 6 1998
Researching Maj. Gen. Orlando WARD, born in Macon County, Nov. 1891.
His parents were Ethelbert and Ada SMITH WARD.
Grandparents were William Ward and Alice TALBOT WARD.
I have a picture from c. 1898, we believe from Macon, with the names of other relatives (and neighbors) identified.
I would like to confirm their identities:
Margaret McClanahan WARD (1-3 years old at the time),
Uncle William FIELD,
Aunt Margaret (SMITH or WARD?),
Aunt Elsie (HERRING) (SMITH or WARD?), Uncle Jack (John TALBOT).

Anyone know these folks? Any clues where to look when I'm in Macon this week?

Carol Neal Staats Mon July 6 1998
I would like any information regarding William H. TANDY, brother of Nancy TANDY FROST who was married to Lucinda E. REYNOLDS, 5 Sept 1872 in Macon Co, MO.
In 1870 Macon Co. census William is living with sis and bro-in-law, Benjamin and Nancy (TANDY) FROST in LaPlata.
In 1880s Benjamin and Nancy are in Franklin Co, KS.
Where did William and Lucinda (REYNOLDS) TANDY go????

Joni Graeff Tue July 14 1998
I would like information on Rev. J.G. SWINNEY and wife Ann
who lived in Macon County, MO in the mid 1800's.
They moved in the 1860's to Shelby County. Their daughter was Martha Swinney CLARK HAWKINS of Leonard, MO.

Vicki Crow Via Tue July 14 1998
I am researching James Buchanan MYERS and have two photographs
of Andrew LOVE and Mary MILLER in my possession which I would be willing to send to interested descendants of these two names.
More may become available.
The picture of Mary MILLER is fairly recent, a snapshot probably taken in the 1940s.
The picture of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew LOVE is a studio portrait (taken in Elmer, Mo.) and is much older.
I believe that they were friends of my grandmother's family.
Her father, James Buchanan MYERS, had a hotel in Gifford, Mo.
Thank you for any information.

Debbie J. Holland Tue July 21 1998
I am looking for any information about my husband's Grandfather, Loren William DEHEER, died in the late 20's or early 30's
and his Grandmother, Josephine THOMPSON DeHeer, born 1896.
Josephine had a sister, Jessie Thompson SKINNER, who resided in Calleo.
She also had a sister, Daisy.
To the best of my knowledge, everyone lived in the Macon Co. area.
I don't have any information about the ggrandparents, but am hoping to find a lead somewhere.
Thanks to anyone who can help.

Carolyn Grover Thur July 23 1998
John DUNAVANT married Bailey CROSS in Macon Co., July 15,1846.
I am looking for information on him as I have DUNAVANT's in Cooper Co. that could be related.
Wilson DUNAVANT came to Mo. in 1845 from Ky.
He could have had some family go to Macon Co. instead.

Roberta Grimaldi Fri July 24 1998
Searching for any WHISENAND links in Macon Co MO. abt 1850+.
My gg grandmother, Liza WHISENAND WILLIAMS m. Milton HICKMAN on
Jan 6, 1853 in Macon Co MO.
Milton was with the 11th Regt Cav SM Vols Co. D, when he died of consumption May 1862.
Need parents of Liza (Elizabeth?) WHISENAND. Possibly Michael or Solomon?
Any ideas appreciated!

Linda Lang Fri July 24 1998
Frederick Clarence ROBERTS was born in Macon Co. in 1881, the son of Major Penelton ROBERTS and Margaret MULINAX.
Clarence md Dora (unknown) and they had two boys, Edwin ROBERTS b.1907 and Tim ROBERTS.
Dora ROBERTS died between 1907 - 1916 in Missouri.
Clarence took Edwin and moved to Fergus Co. MT, leaving Tim behind with family.
I am looking for farther information or connections to this ROBERTS family. Thank you.

Dennis L. Durham Mon July 27 1998
Seeking any available information on John Coleman DURHAM. b March 1, 1852 in Casey Co., KY.
We believe that he died in Dowd Town, Macon Co., MO, on October 26, 1926.
At the time of his death, John was married to Martha Washington DURHAM.
Any information on the location of his burial, and the descendants of this marriage would be greatly appreciated.

Shawn Kahler Wed July 29 1998
I am trying to find any information that might relate to my Great Grandfather, Joseph Lee ELDER.
I am told that he was born in Macon, MO in 1892 to a Mary ELDER and that his father died two years later, 1894.
Mary also had three other ELDER children:
I believe that Mary then may have married a George HAWKINS and had more children.

I am looking for:
1. the name of Joseph's birth father,
2. where he and Mary might have come from,
3. the reason for his death, when, etc.
Any and all info appreciated.

Ava Powell Sun 2 Aug 1998
Would like to correspond with anyone who is researching the families of Henry or Lewis VanSICKLE or anyone who is connected with these families.
I know the Vansickles came to Macon Co, MO from Indiana and that's about it.
Thank you.

Tina Lee Sun 2 Aug 1998
I am trying to locate information about the family of Martha Frances BYLER
b. Mar 24, 1872 in Macon Co.
Her father's name was John and mother's name was Drusilla.

Lorna Squires Sun 2 Aug 1998
I'm looking for any with the name of FREELE that lived in Macon Co.
They then moved to Wausaukee, Wisconsin in 1912.
I know of one family. William and Katie with children:
1. Charles,
2. Clara,
3. Anna,
4. Gladys,
5. Eva,
6. Ethel,
7. Sarah or Sadie.
There might be more FREELE's than just these in that area.
Thank you.

Cheryl L. Brooks Sun 2 Aug 1998
I am looking for information on the MATHEWS family.
John and Sarah MATHEWS had two sons.
George MATHEWS date of birth unknown and
James Samuel MATHEWS born Oct. 17, 1875 in LaCrosse, MO.
James married Elsie CONLEY in 1901. James and Elsie had two children.
Andrew MATHEWS, date of birth unknown and Emma Mae MATHEWS, born June 1, 1906 in Cardy, MO.
James and Elsie later divorced date unknown.
James MATHEWS died in LaPlata MO. in the year 1953 at the age of 78.
Any information on John, Sarah, George, or James MATHEWS would be greatly appreciated.

Mike Davoult Sun 2 Aug 1998
I am looking for information on my great grandfather John Isaac DAVOULT
born April 22, 1862 in Macon County.
He died Aug 17,1932 in Ardmore, Oklahoma.
His wife was Francis Elizabeth MINTER daughter of John MINTER and Mary Belle MOORE.
He had five siblings:
1. David Erastus who md Mattie SCOTT
2. Harvey Samford
3. Martha
4. Elizabeth
5. Alice
6. Morris
Any information would be appreciated.

Sheila Smelser Tue 11 Aug 1998
Researching the MAGERS and PUNNEO families.
Mevin MAGERS, b. 1882 in MO, md Rilla PUNNEO, b. 1885 in MO, in 1899/1900.
The 1900 census lists them in Walnut twp., Adair Co., MO and the 1910 census lists
them living in S. Gifford Twp. Macon Co. MO.
Rilla had a sister, Zilla, who married William PASSMORE and lived in S. Gifford, Macon Co. till 1920.
Rilla also had a least 2 brothers, one may have been named William.
I would like to find parents and siblings of both families. Thanks

Rachel Johnson Tue 11 Aug 1998
Researching Robert Benjamin RHODES who married Jane Clemens TEAL.
Robert RHODES was on the 1840 Macon Co. census.
They lived in MO 1830 -1844, then went to Upshur Co., TX. They returned to MO 1854 - 1880. By 1880, they had moved to Nebraska. His mother-in-law, Ellen TEAL traveled with the RHODES.
Their daughter, Lavinia, married Severen ROGERS.
I would like to correspond with anyone researching the above names.

Lawrence Gee Sun 16 Aug 1998
I am looking for information on the family of Jere HUFFMAN of LaPlata, MO.
Jere was born 1828 in KY. By 1853, he was in Macon Co. where he married
Nancy Pollard TATE who was born in Adair Co. in 1837.
In 1862, their son, John Yancy HUFFMAN, was born in Macon Co.
By the 1870's, they moved on to KS. Rumor has it that Jere was a bushwhacker.
If you have any information, please contact me. Thanks.

Jim Stinson Fri 21 Aug 1998
Am looking for data on John W. and Lucinda HUBBARD of Macon Co. MO.
Their daughter, my gggrandmother, was Irene Isabel HUBBARD,
born 26 Feb 1862 in Macon County.
She is buried at Armstrong, MO.
I have good data on Irene Isabel but need data on her parents.
Any help would be appreciated.

Doris (Thurman) Alexander Fri 21 Aug 1998
I am looking for the ancestors of Samuel RUSSELL, born in Virginia 1815.
His wife was Permittee Elizabeth born in KY.
Evidently they moved to Missouri before children were born.
Their children were:
1. Samuel P.,
2. John D.,
3. Sarah Margaret (who married a THURMAN),
4. Arthur,
5. Butler,
6. Saphrona,
7. Albert,
8. William,
9. Frederick,
10. Price.
Their daughter was my grandmother, Sarah Margaret (RUSSELL) THURMAN.
They lived around Elmer, MO in Macon Co.
Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

Rolla Maxwell Bishop, Jr. Sat 22 Aug 1998
I researching Jesse E. BISHOP, b. 9/26/1855 in Macon Co.,
who md. Laura MAXWELL from PA.
They had 6 children as follows:
1. Glenn,
2. Albie,
3. Charles,
4. Lula,
5. Denver,
6. Jesse,
They moved to Clearance, and later to Springfield where he died 11/7/1941.
Any help would be appreciated.

Jack Wood Mon 24 Aug 1998
I am seeking information about the HEWGLEY family.
During the Civil War, a large raid by Bushwackers on the HEWGLEY home in Hickory Co., MO, resulted in the murder of a niece of Abraham Thomas Jefferson HEWGLEY.
He along with his brothers and sisters moved North to Macon Co., MO and finally settled on the Randolph and Monroe County lines.
If anyone has anything about the HEWGLEY's, I would like to hear from you.

Carol Neal Staats Mon Aug 24 1998
I am researching John FROST, b. ca 1821, NY.
He first moved to Athens Co., OH and then in 1852 to Macon Co., MO.
He married Margaret MITCHELL b. 1843 Rome Athens Co., OH.
They are listed in 1860 as living at LaPlata.
Any information would be appreciated.

Carol Neal Staats Mon Aug 24 1998
Researching John P. TANDY who bought 160 acres in Macon Co., Aug 1 1857. He is possible father of Nancy TANDY, b ca 1844 KY and William H. TANDY, b ca 1846 KY. Any information would be appreciated.

Jerry R. Chezum Tue Aug 25 1998
I am looking for information about William ROBERTSON and his wife Caroline CADWELL.
They are the parents of Flora (Florida) ROBERTSON who married George McKinney BROWN Sept. 29, 1881.
George and Flora are buried at Mt. Salem cemetery, Macon Co., MO.
Thank you.

Bonnie Chronister Wed Aug 26 1998
I am searching for any information on Benjamin BEATTY, Sarah Means GLADDEN, the parents of Ulysses Grant Beatty, our ggfather.
Only information we have is LDS supplied that identifies U.G. Beatty's b. date as 27 April 1864 in Macon, MO.
Can someone help substantiate anything.
Last grandchild is nearing 80 and has never known anything about U.G. Beatty.
We would appreciate any help.

Shirley Small Sun Aug 30 1998
I am seeking info about Andrew J. MOORE.
He married Mirtie ADAMS 10/28/1896 in Sullivan co. MO, but listed his home as New Boston, Macon Co. Mo.
I believe he was my ggrandmother, Eliza Jane MOORE, brother.
I would appreciate any info. Thank You

Jean Scarlott Sun Aug 30 1998
Lola M. SCARLET, b. 1883, d/o Daniel Scarlet and wife _____(?).
She married ______(?) WILKINS.
Lola M. WILKINS is listed as living in Macon Co. when she returned to Ohio to attend a SCARLOTT family reunion.
Lola had a brother, Lawrence H., b. 1886 and a sister, Orla C., b. 1889.
I will share the info I have on the family.

Michelle Folsom Sun Aug 30 1998
I am looking for any info on Thomas H. SMITH.
He married Sarah Ann ELLIS on 23 Oct. 1860 in Macon City, Macon County, MO.
He was a farmer living in the Middle Fork Township.
Thomas was somewhat politically active in Macon Co. in the 1860's,
serving as Supervisor of Registration for Macon Co.
He was shot by Columbus P. ROWLAND in Oct. 1868.
If anyone is connected to any of these people or know of this incident, I would appreciate sharing information with you.

Kay Devine Fri Sep 4 1998
I am interested in several families from the Macon Co. area.

ELAM, DORRELL, DEVINE, DONNELLY, BETTIS, TODD, HALL, SOUTHERS, and WALTERS are all great grandparents to me.

I would like to know the parents of Charles Elmer ELAM,
born July 4, 1843 and died Feb. 24, 1905, buried at White Oak.
Also, interested in the story of his death, murder by a group of men that came to his house during the night, it was believed the murder had to do with being in sympathy to the south. It was around Painter's (?) Creek. I am interested in all the surnames of all the persons listed. Timothy and Bridget Donnelly DEVINE are both buried at the Catholic Cemetery in New Cambria, but would like to know if any of their parents lived there.
Thank you for any help that you may be able to provide.

Ruth Bardot Fri Sep 4 1998
Sidney and Mary Ann JONES WALLACE, both born in NY, came to New Cambria, MO late 1860's or 1870's.
My grandfather, Harry Warren WALLACE is the Great Grandson of Sidney and Mary Ann JONES WALLACE.
Thomas Winchester SWANK b. in Illinois, and his wife Mary S. (WILSON) SWANK b. in Indiana came to the New Cambria, MO area around 1875, as this was when their first child was born.
Thomas Winchester SWANK was married a second and third time to Fannie DAY and Florrie TARPENNING respectively.
Florrie TARPENNING left with their two small children and was never heard from again.

Harry Warren WALLACE married Emma Susan SWANK, the daughter of Thomas Winchester and Mary (WILSON) SWANK.
Any information on any of the above would be very much appreciated.

Joyce Vetter Tue Sep 15 1998
Looking for the family of Nancy Jane TROWBRIDGE born in Macon Feb. 17, 1856.
She married James H. HOKE Nov. 9, 1871 in Hancock, Ill.
They were in Shelby Co. Mo. by 1882.
Would appreciate any information on the TROWBRIDGE family.
Thank You.

Kay Dent Tue Sep 15 1998
I am doing some research on my husband's grandmother,
Wilmath DENNIS BLACKBURN DESKIN, who was the daughter of Simon Peter and Paulina DENNIS.
They lived 2 mi. NE of LaPlata from 1883-1920.
The 3rd husband was Guy Warren DESKIN, who lived in Lyda County, not far from Love Lake, in 1900.
He married Wilmath in 1902, but we can't find the license in MO. They lived in Elmer around 1907 and in LaPlata on Brown St. in the 1910 Census.
They went to Montana and lived there after 1912.
Guy was born in 1878, the eldest son of Warren and Mary DESKIN
his siblings were:
Any help would be appreciated.

Kay Dent Tue Sep 15 1998
I am looking for someone who may have records of attendance on Love Lake School.
The records would be about 1905-1908 that involve my husband's mother, Lottie Mae DENNIS, and her sister, Ollie Ellen CORMAN.
We have searched in the Macon Co. Courthouse basement recently, but they don't have records back that far.
Thank you very much.

Kay Dent Tue Sep 15 1998
I am looking for anyone who has a family tree on the John S. ELMORE family who used to reside about 4 mi. south of Gibbs.
The ELMORE's owned property in Macon Co, also, at one time.
I am particularly interested in their eldest child, Delphine ELMORE,
who married Uriah COOMBES in 1874 in Macon.
They had a son, Emery COOMBES, born in 1877.
He boarded with relatives in the area in early 1900's.
I would be interested in any body who was related to Emery on the COOMBES side as well.
Thank you for any help in the matter.

Hoyt Young Tue Sep 15 1998
I am researching EVERHART and BUNDREN families who came to Macon Co. MO in l830's.
I have information to share on the childen, but I need information on the father of Phillip EVERHART, b. l8l0 Va., who married Sarah BUNDREN in Warren Co. Ohio.
Phillip was in Macon Co Mo. before l840 with his brother, William EVERHART who had married a sister of Sarah BUNDREN. Also coming to Macon Co. with them, their father-in-law, Abner BUNDREN.
I need positive proof who Abner BUNDREN's father was. I think it may be Richard BUNDREN. Also I have his wife's family for generations.
I really need the fathers of Phillip EVERHART and Abner BUNDREN.
I'd be glad to exchange information with anyone researching these families.

Shirley Small Thur Sep 17 1998
Seeking info on my great uncle, Howard F. FOSTER, and his wife, Minnie STOREY.
They were marr. March or April 1920 in La Plata, Macon Co.
I think they had a daughter named Sarilda.
I would appreciate any info.

Rick Albright Fri Sep 18 1998
Seek info on John and Jane "Jinney" (ELLIS) DUNIVANT, Shelby Co., KY residents who settled in Macon Co., MO in 1845 and appear there in District 52 in the 1850 census. Jane was born in 1799 and married in 1821.
Their two known children are Mrs. Sarah Ann (ELLIS) SHAW (1824-1898) and Eliza Jane ELLIS (1836-????).
Any help would be appreciated.

Jan Shirley Fri Sep 18 1998
I am looking for information on Thomas ELDER and his wife Mary TANNIE or TANNEY, who were married about 1885 and lived in Macon Co until around 1900.
They had 3 children:
1. Grace, born in 1887
2. Myrtle, born in 1889
3. Joseph (my grandfather), born in 1893
Thomas ELDER died around 1900 and Mary remarried a man named HAWKINS
(first name unknown).
I would also like to know who their parents were and where they lived and when they died.
Any help would be appreciated.

Teressa L. Durham Tue Sep 22 1998
I am looking for any information on the surnames listed below.
My Great Grandmother, Mary Ellen ABNER, was born in Macon Co. about 28 Jan 1870.
Her husband, Henry Clay RICHARDSON, was also born somewhere in MO on 18 Oct 1861.
They were married 21 Aug 1886 but the place is unknown but presumed, at this time to be MO.
They had the following children, but where in MO they were born is not known at this time save one, my grandmother. Their children were:
1. Willis Henry, born 14 Oct 1887 in MO, died 15 Dec 1888 in MO;

2. Lolah Myrtle, my grandmother, born 24 Dec 1888 in Shelby County, MO,
married a man with the given or surname of RAE.
The marriage lasted for a short time and then she married
Andrew Lewis PERSYN on 17 May 1909 in Elmer, Macon, MO.

3. Claudia C., born 7 Jul 1891 in MO
4. Ira L., born 11 Nov 1894 in MO
5. Pearl, born 26 Nov 1896 in MO
6. Harry, born 29 Oct 1899 in MO
7. Sylvester, (twin) born 29 Jan 1902 in MO
8. J. Lester, (twin) born 29 Jan 1902 in MO
9. Walter B., born 12 Oct 1904 in Oklahoma or MO, died 24 Oct 1904.

This entire family, all of the above, moved to Newport, Pend Oreille, WA area on 20 Mar 1911, where I was born.
At least one of Andrew Lewis PERSYN's brothers also moved out west to Oregon.

Shirley Noyes Tue Sep 22 1998
I am researching the surname of J.F. BRICKEL(L).
I have info that they moved from Michigan to Macon Co., MO in 1870.
The only thing I have is from a Rochelle R. PHILLIPS who wrote:
BRICKLE(L), J.F. from Michigan to Macon Co Mo in 1870.
I am looking for the father of my grandmother Laura Elizabeth BRICKEL(L) born around 1876.
We have never been sure of the correct area. Her mother died before she was 2 years old and she never knew her father.
He left her to be raised by another family who lived in or near Webb City, MO.
The father was a violinist. Any help would be appreciated

Michael S. Northcutt Fri Oct 2 1998
Researching Josiah MAGRUDER, born abt 1823 in Ky.
On Feb.12,1852 he married Eleanor GRAVES, the Dau. of
David P. GRAVES and Pheobe MAHURIN, of Howard Co. Mo.
Josiah died abt. 1867 when he was shot and killed by Bird FOSTER just down the road from Josiah's home.
Josiah and his family moved to Macon Co. in 1853 or 1854 from Howard Co. Mo.
There children are:
1. Mary E. who married John SUNDERLAND.
2. Thomas who married ?.
3. William Owen who married Anna SMITH in May 1873.
4. George W. who married Nance J. FRACKER in July 9,1876.
5. David A. who married Lizzie MAZE or MAYS.
6. Isabella B. who married first, Andrew T. ARMSTRONG, and second, Jesse VULGAMORE.
7. Phoebe who married William H. MAYES.
8. Sarah who married ?.
Any help would be appreciated.

Taleah Wilkinson Sat Oct 3 1998
Helping someone here in Dade Co. Mo., who is looking for any information on families named WOOD.
More specifically, Jasper WOOD, b. 1850, and his son, Leonard Wilford WOOD, b. late 1860's.
Anything that you can send me on these names would be appreciated. Thank you

Priscilla Starling Tue Oct 6 1998
I am looking for info on Thomas MOODY of Macon Co., b. 12/23/1823, Wayne Co. Ky. and his father James MOODY., b. Abt. 1800 Ky or NC.
Would appreciate any info on them....Thanks.

Anitra Lane Mon Oct 12 1998
Searching for information on the ROBUE family legacy.
The family lived in the Bevier and Callao Townships of Macon Co. Mo.
Jane or Mary Jane is the beginning of the ROBUE legacy.
Jane (Maiden Name Unknown) ROBUE, born 1855, died 1934.
In 1875 she married Wiat or White ROBUE. Wiat and Jane ROBUE had 5 children together. Jane is buried in either the West or East Oakwood cemetary.

I have listed their children and what I know of the childrens lineage.

1. Allice ROBUE, b. 1884, d. unknown, md. ________ MITCHELL.
They had 5 children, at the present all except 1 child is deceased.
They lived in the Callao, Macon area for years and are still in the area.

2. Fannie ROBUE b. 1885 d. unknown, md. _______ HARRIS.
They had a lot of children, one whose name is J.R. Harris. The family lived in the Callao Twp., and also lived in Macon and Boone Counties. The family still lives in these areas.

3. Sallie ROBUE, b. 1886 d. unknown, there is very little information on Sallie. She left the Macon County area and became distant to family members.

4. Amanda (aka Mandy) ROBUE, b. 1887, d. 1949, md. Ryland GREEN. They had 10 children and also lived in the Bevier and Callao Twp.'s. The GREEN family about 1930 moved further north into Ottumwa, IA. This is where their remaining family members are located.

5. John ROBUE, b. 1893, d. unknown, there is very little information about John. It is said that he was a veteran of war and died in the mid 1900's in Detroit, MI at a VA Hospital. Children and other family is unknown.

I would really appreciate any information you may have on the ROBUE family legacies.
My family legacy starts in the Amanda and Ryland GREEN era.
I will be more than willing to share all my information. Thanks

Bob Allpress Mon Oct 12 1998
I am looking for any leads on Marion ROBERTS, his wife Julia (ALLPRESS) ROBERTS or any information about their children. My GGfather William Henry ALLPRESS first lived in La Plata abt. 1867 before moving to Clarence in Shelby Co. and then to Nevada in Vernon Co. about 1878 where Julia was born. Julia md. Marion in Nebraska in 1900. They homesteaded in So. Dak. for a while and then moved to Missouri but I don't know when or where.
Early letters refer to land William still had in Macon. They may have moved there.
Any help would be appreciated.

Kay Griffin Snow Wed Oct 14 1998
Researching Lacy SNOW, b. ca 1805 (SC), md. Lucinda BARTON in Ralls Co. 8 Mar 1827.
Lacy SNOW was one of the first settlers in Jackson Twp., Macon Co.
I need evidence that Richard SNOW, b. 1 May 1842 was the son of Lacy and Lucinda.
Richard SNOW md. Elizabeth DAVIS, 25 June 1865, Edina, Knox Co.,MO.
Richard served in the Civil War, Co. F, 3rd Regt. Mo Cav.
Richard died of hydrophobia resulting from a dog bite on 29 Dec 1899.
Would appreciate any information and am always willing to share. Thanks.

Cary Schooling Campbell Sun Oct 25 1998
Need ancestors and descendants of Nancy Jane DORRELL who married Adam Francis SCHOOLING Jr., July of 1850 in Macon Co., MO.

Their children were:

1. Nancy Elizabeth Schooling bonr April 29, 1851 in Marceline, MO. died Nov 13, 1931 at LaJunta, CA. married 1st in Sullivan Co., MO. to David D. Mason 2nd - John Herrin in Macon Co.,MO.

2. Eva (Ellen) M. Schooling born 1853 in Macon Co., MO. (NEED INFORMATION ON HER DESCENDANTS)

3. William Robert Schooling born 1855 in Macon Co., MO. married 1st Nancy B. Bock in Macon Co., MO.

4. Mary S. Scholing bn 857 in Macon Co., MO. married Lawrence Rath in Macon Co., MO.

5 Adam Francis Schooling III Born April 27, 1859 in Macon Co., MO; married 1st - Sarah Ellen Mossberger; 2nd - Abigal West Holt

6. Amanda Jane Schooling born 1861 in Macon Co., MO. married James Henry Schooling (Son of Joseph F. and Sarah A. Schooling)

7. Annie Schooling born Ma 1863 in Macon Co., MO. married J.M. Martin (NEED INFORMATION ON DESCENDANTS OF ANNIE)

8. Phillip Schooling born 1864 in Macon Co., MO.(NEED INFORMATION ON DESCENDANTS OF PHILLIP)

9. Julia Schooling born 1867 in Macon Co., MO. (NEED INFORMATION ON DESCENDANTS OF JULIA)

10. Martha Schooling orn1870 in Macon Co., MO. married James Long (NEED INFORMATION ON DESCENDANTS OF MARTHA)

11. George Washington Schooling born Feb 8, 1873 in Bucklin, MO. married Margaret Matilda Stillwagon (MY LINE)

I have a massive amount of information on the SCHOOLING lines and I am still collecting everything I can get my hands on. I need alot of help with my DORRELL lines. Would also like to hear from anyone with the surname SCHOOLING.
Thank you.

Jeannie Foster Sun Oct 25 1998
Searching for ancestors of Jesse James HALL and Bessie Mae REINERE HALL who were married around 1915 - 1917 in the Macon Co. area.
Jesse was the son of Samual HALL. Bessie's parents were from southern Iowa near Ottumwa.
Any information would be helpful as I am new at the genealogy game.
Thank you.

Jean Cloke Sun Oct 25 1998
I am trying to find my gr-grandfather, John William FRY, born, April 1852, in Illinois.
I don't have any information on his mother or any siblings, but I found out today that his father's name was John William Harrison FRY.
I know that he migrated from IL to MO, then to OK (then Indian Territory) where he remained until his death in 1938.
He was married to Sarah A. BOOTH, born May 1857, in MO and their first child was born in MO in Jan 1877.
I have very little info on John William FRY. My uncle said my grandfather, Marion Francis FRY born Jan 1887, was born in Elmer, MO.
Some of the other 10 children may have been born there as well.
Sarah BOOTH's family may have been from the area as well, since she was born in MO.
If you have anything at all on the FRY's or the BOOTH's I would appreciate it.
I will be glad to share anything I have.

Stacy Rutherford Russom Wed Nov 4 1998
Looking for anyone who might have information on my Great Great Grandfather,
Charles Leonard RUTHERFORD, b. 1873 in La Plata, Macon Co. Mo. d. July 11, 1965 in Chillicothe Mo.
Charles parents were Joseph H. RUTHERFORD and Susan SCHUMACHER,
I am not sure if they were passing thru La Plata or if they stayed.
Charles lived in Chillicothe most of his life, but don't know where he actually grew up.
Thank you.

April Robbins Wed Nov 4 1998
I am seeking info on the family of Oscar Dunreth WINN b. 1822/TN,
who married Nancy HAGUEWOOD (b 1826) in 1844 in Sumner Co TN.
They were in Macon Co MO on the 1850 census, but were back in TN (Henderson and Tipton Co's) by 1861 to after 1870.
Sometime after that Oscar and family (Nancy d. before Aug 23 in 1870/Tipton TN) migrated to various counties in TX. Oscar d. in Collin Co. TX, ca 1911. I am especially interested in finding out if the ancestor, James Robert WINN, son of said WINN, b May 1861 was actually born in MO or TN. I would also like info on Nancy HAGUEWOOD's parents or other kin who may have been the John and Lewis HAGUEWOOD who purchased land in Macon Co. 1843, 1848, 1852.
Does anyone know these families in Macon?
Any info would be appreciated.

Carol Staats Wed Nov 4, 1998
Would like to know if anybody is working on a TANDY/ FROST or TANDY/RENYOLDS or TANDY/PARROTT line in Macon Co. 1853 to 1880?
I am specifically interested in John Partlow TANDY and his wife, Elizabeth (PARROTT) TANDY.
I believe Nancy TANDY who married Benjamin Alonzo FROST and William H. TANDY who married Lucinda REYNOLDS in Macon Co are the children of John and Elizabeth (PARROTT) TANDY, but need more proof.

Sharen Williams Wed Nov 4, 1998
I am looking for any information on my husbands ancestors:
Joseph WALTER who md. Mary Alice DANNER.
They had a son Donnie George WALTER, b. 11-3-1890, d. 3-1986, in Macon who md. in Macon, MO, on 7-4-1911, Alice Mae WIGGINS, b. 5-23-1896, d. 1969, in Macon.
Her parents were Barton H. WIGGINS, who d. after 1935 and Urmin WHITEHEAD.
Any information you can give me on any of these families would be greatly appreciated.

Mary Singleton Fri Nov 13, 1998
I am researching William H. HALEY and Sarah (Sallie) HALEY.
This is my ggrandfather and his wife who I found on the Macon Co 1900 census.
This is where I lost them. Does any one recognize them?

Julie Helton Anderson Sun Nov 15, 1998
Looking for info on Jane BELL who came to Ardmore area around the turn of the century with her family.
She married Emmett MOORE and had three children:
1. Maxine MOORE(1911),
2. Gordon MOORE,
3. Wanda Lee MOORE.
Maxine married Horace Clyde LACY and had one daughter, Patricia Jane LACY (1938).

Also looking for info on Archie HELTON family from Elmer. He married Effie KOGER and they had three boys:
1. Eugene (192?),
2. J. Kenneth (1932),
3. Larry (193?).
Any information would be appreciated.

David A. Dunn Mon Nov 23, 1998
I am researching the SEARS, KIRBY, and McCLANAHAN families of the Howard Co. and then Macon Co. area, c. 1820-1870.
Specifically I am seeking to ascertain the parentage of John Joseph SEARS, 1800-1866 b. NC d. Howard Co., and the parentage of Elizabeth McCLANAHAN who married John Joseph's son Chesley in Macon in 1848.
I am interested in corresponding with anyone with an interest in these three families.

Richard M Durham Mon Nov 23, 1998
Would like to communicate with any decendent of my Great Grandfather,
John COLEMAN DURHAM, b. 01 March 1852 in Casey Co., KY.
He moved to Missouri around the late 1800's I think.
His wife was Martha Washington Durham. He died on 26 Oct 1926 in Dowdtown, Macon Co. MO.
While living in KY he was married to Rachael BLACK,and had six children.
Looking forward to hearing from you.

Lynda Kay Thur Nov 26, 1998
I am looking for any information on Gideon LYDA.
He was born in Buncombe Co., NC but moved to Macon Co. about 1840.
He md. Miranda Parenthia DEFREESE.
I believe he died in 1869 and is buried at Mt. Tabor Cem. in Atlanta.
I would love a copy of his obit to find out for sure.

The 14 children are as follows:

1. George Andrew, 2. Mary Elizabeth, 3. William Madison,
4. Lbertus McDonald, 5. Nancy DeFreese, 6. Epaminondas Lunsford,
7. John Sevier, 8. Henry Franklin, 9. Sarah LeAnn,
10. Catherine East, 11. Elvira Roberson, 12. Lewis Morgan,
13. Isaac Davidson, 14. Gideon Caswell,

Sure hope that some can match with me.

Dave Cloyd Mon Dec 7, 1998
Researching the CLOYD family which was a "prominent" family from about 1910 to 1960ish in the city of Macon.
My grandfather, Tom CLOYD (Wiley Thompson CLOYD), owned and operated "Tom's Place" cafe in Macon on Burke Street from about 1911 to 1946. He came from Chariton County, marrying my grandmother, Mildred SHOEMAKER and moving to Macon.
They had one son, my father, Herbert CLOYD, born in 1913. Dad fathered 9 children, four were born (me, Don, Dale, and Jimmy) in Macon, before moving to Dayton, Ohio in 1942. When he died at 49, we buried him in the cemetery south of Macon with his parents and Jimmy who died at 3 in an accident there.
There are no more CLOYD in Macon County.
I went to Macon High 1950-51, but most of my old buddies are gone.
My mother, Loyce JONES of the Bevier and Callao JONES, graduated MHS in 1931, and still has some friends alive at 87 PLUS!
I'd like to gen up my Chariton county folks sometime because of their colorful Civil War experiences, and the JONES for their immigration heritage.
Any information would be appreciated.

Barry Nies Mon Dec 7, 1998
Searching for the family of Ellen M. SCHERRER of New Cambria, Macon Co., MO between 1885 - 1895.
We believe she was born in New Cambria MO around 1885.
Any information would be appreciated.

Craig Perrin Mon Dec 7, 1998
Looking for information on the PERRIN family, who lived in Economy, Macon Co., MO in the late 1880's and 1890's.
One male, Frank, and two females whose names I do not have. Frank later moved to Iowa, but the two sisters remained in Economy.
Any information would be appreciated.

Donald Hardenberger Mon Dec 7, 1998
I would like to see if anyone has any information on my Great Grand Father, Joseph E. WHEATLEY, born in Macon Mo. on Aug. 8, 1872.
He married Cora SUTTON of Brooks, Iowa, Dec. 25, 1898, and farmed near Brooks, Iowa until moving to Falls City, Neb. in 1910.
Any assistance would be greatly appreaciated.

Abigail Dougherty Mon Dec 7, 1998
Researching Samuel Levi CALDWELL who died December 1881 and is buried in the Methodist cemetery in Macon County.
He was born 1831 Westmoreland Co., PA to Samuel L. and Rhoda Ann (FORSYTH) CALDWELL. Married Elizabeth WARREN in PA.
Any information regarding Samuel Levi, his siblings or children is most appreciated.

Sue Martin Mon Dec 7, 1998
I'm researching surname MACKEY. My grandfather, John Calvin MACKEY was born in West Plains, Howell Co. MO in 1875. Two of his aunts were married in Macon Co.

1. Sarah Francis MACKEY b 1855 md. James Poyner JONES.
2. Susan C. MACKEY b 1857 md. William Jesse HUDSON.

I have what seems an excerp from a family Bible, with names and dates but no locations!

Thomas b 1774 - Spouse unknown

His son:
John A. MACKEY b 1814 md. Sarah SINKLEAR b 1812

Their nine children:
1. Margaret E. MACKEY b 1836
2. J.M. Mackey b 1838
3. William W. MACKEY b 1841
4. Thomas Dudley MACKEY b 1843

Thomas md. 1st Lydice RICHESON b 1847 d 1864
Thomas md. 2nd Lucy CASEY b ? with children:
A. Charles Monroe MACKEY b 1872 West Plains MO
B. John Calvin MACKEY b 1875 West Plains MO (my Grandfather)
C. Elbert Lee MACKEY b 1878 West Plains MO
Thomas third spouse is unknown - more children were born to her.

5. Louisa J. MACKEY b 1845
6. Mary A. MACKEY b 1849
7. Ben W. MACKEY b 1851
8. Sarah Francis MACKEY b 1855
9. Susan C. MACKEY b 1857

Any assistance would be greatly appreaciated.

Jennifer Gage Mon Dec 7, 1998
I'm hoping to find relatives of my Great Great Grandmother, Mary Etta ROBBINS,
born in Macon City, MO, December 8, 1861.

Jennifer Gage
1113 Williams
De Soto, MO 63020

Any assistance would be greatly appreaciated.

Jane L. Barnett Fri Dec 11, 1998
Need info. on the parents and siblings of Logan THOMPSON,
b.Sep 11, 1811 in Pulaski Co. KY and d.Mar 8, 1886 in Macon Co. MO.
Logan THOMPSON md. Angelina SWINNEY in Pulaski Co. KY Dec 24, 1836, and they came to Macon Co. about 1838.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Will exchange information.
Jane L. Barnett
4211A Defoe Dr.
Columbia, MO 65203-0251

Sharleen Geraths Wed Dec 16, 1998
Researching Solomon W SCOTT, a Riverboat Pilot and Millwright,
b. 15 May 1811 Zanesville OH, d. 31 Jul 1874, Walnut Creek Twp, Macon Co MO, and buried in Pleasant Grove Cem, Linn Co MO.
He married Hannah DAVIS, 1833 Morgan Co., OH who was b. ca 1814 ME or OH; d Sept 1879 somewhere in MO.
Their children were all born in Morgan Co., OH:
1. Sylvester, b. ca 1834, married Charlotte.
2. Rothens, b 20 Feb 1836, d 3 May 1901 Farragut Co., IA , buried in Sterling IL married Gertrude RONEY
3. Erastus, b 25 Feb 1838, d. 25 Mar 1914 and buried in Farragut Co., IA, married Almonia (unknown).
4. Sarah Z, b 1842; d 1 May 1867, MO, married Jesse SCOTT, (cousin)
5. David, b 1844, living 1879
6. Arthur, b 1846, living 1879
7. Melissa Hannah, b May 1850, d 25 Aug 1877 MO, married a BURTON.
Any help would be appreciated.

Vickie Luster Wed Dec 16, 1998
A book entitled, "Revolution Soldiers Buried in Missouri", published by Missouri DAR states:

KING, Aaron, born ca. 1745; died after 1840, age 95 years. Wife: Hannah DYER

I am trying to find out if there is more information about these two people in Macon County, MO.
Hannah died in Kentucky, but I am seeking information about Aaron, where was he buried in Macon Co., etc.

Aaron King is NOT proven for DAR, according to the DAR Patriot Index.

Thank you for any information in this matter.
Vickie Luster for:
Martha Kimbrough, descendant of Aaron KING and Hannah DYER.

Cory A. Eaves Sat Dec 19, 1998
I am looking for info on Thomas Lee TETERS, (or TETER or TEETERS).
He was born Feb 23, 1870 the city of Macon, MO, and died Apr 26, 1936 Fort Madison, IA.

He married Lou Ellen MacDANIEL on Nov 4, 1893 in Linn Co., MO. Lou Ellen was born on Jun 20, 1878 in Bucklin, Linn Co., MO.
They had at least the following children:
1. Ernie Lee (my gr grandfather) 1895
2. Perry 1897
3. John 1897
4. Carl
5. Hollie
6. Solomon

I also think Thomas Lee TETERS had two brothers (Frank TETER and Tobie TETER) and a sister (Ida Belle TETER).

I would greatly appreciate any info and am happy to share all of mine.
Again, thanks a million in advance.

Chuck Cannon Sun Dec 20 1998

I am seeking information on my great-grandmother, Mary WILLINGHAM.
The only info I have is that she was born Sept. 3, 1856, in Macon, MO.
She was the daughter of George and Permelia Ann (WILSON) WILLINGHAM.
I have no information on their birth locations or dates.

Mary WILLINGHAM married Charles TAYLOR, b. May 9, 1853, in Germantown, KY. Their daughter, my grandmother, Blanche Lizette TAYLOR, was born Mar. 25, 1877, in Keytesville, MO.

Any information will be greatly appreciated.

Vickie Claybaugh Fri Dec 25 1998
I am looking for information on my g-grandmother, Elizabeth Anne BROCK,
born in Macon, Co 8/31/1854 and died Eagle Co., CO Aug 31, 1945.
She was the last of 10 childred born to George BROCK and Martha LAMB.
Elizabeth married Mathew MOORE circa 1875.
They had 4 children:
1. Edgar
2. Della
3. Almer
4. Glen
They moved to Colorado circa 1889. I have most of their decendants.
Thank You

Gene Rhodes Fri Dec 25 1998
I am looking for the family of Rachel C. ATWELL,
who married Francis M. RHODES in 1863.
She was born in Green CO KY in 1843. I think some of her family stayed in Macon CO.
Rachel C. ATWELL died in 1874 and is buried in Cash cemetery in Russell twp.
I think her father and mother were Ignatious and Rachel ATWELL, but not sure.
I think her older sister was Sarah ATWELL SUMMERS who is buried in New Salem cemetery by Excello, MO.
I would appreciate any help you can offer.

Paula Yount Fri Dec 31 1998
Am seeking information or contact with any descendents of Taylor and Nancy Belle (SPEARS) MYERS
who resided in Macon Co., Drake Twp. in 1900 - 1910.
Taylor must have died prior to the 1910 census, as he is not listed and Nancy B. is listed as a widow.
Children include:
1. Frederick, born ca 1890;
2. Dora born ca 1891;
3. Mary E. born ca 1892;
4. Philipa R. born ca 1894;
5. Verney H. born ca 1896;
6. Herney O. born can 1897;
7. Fanny born ca 1898.

According to the 1900 census (Macon Co, Drake Twp) Taylor and Nancy B. Myers had a mortgaged farm, but I have not been able to verify this.
Any information on this family would be deeply appreciated. Would also share any info I have w/others.
Thank you.

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