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James Monroe Breedlove and Cinthy (Dillard) Pursly marry June 20, 1850 in Greene County, Missouri.



1850 Federal Census

Dallas Township, Greene County, Missouri, 1743, December 3, 1850

John Breedlove - Dallas Township, Greene County, Missouri, December 6, 1850


Dallas Township, Greene County, Missouri, 1742, December 3, 1850


Dallas Township, Greene County, 1741-1741, December 3, 1850



William Breedlove dies October 16, 1858. His residence is on Panther Creek, Webster County, Missouri.

1860 Federal Census

John Breedlove - Post Office - Springfield, Taylor Township, Greene County, Missouri, July 6, 1860


Bear No. 4, Weatherford Gamma Post Office, Parker County, Texas, p. 46, 337-337, June 25, 1860



James Breedlove enlists August 7, 1862 in Springfield, Greene County, Missouri and serves with the Eighth Regiment, Missouri, Volunteer Calvary.

He receives an honorable discharge April 6, 1864 at the General Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas.




Robert Crigger and Elizabeth Parsley marry April 17, 1864 in Webster County, Missouri.




1870 Federal Census

John Breedlove - Post Office - Taylor Township Springfield, Taylor Township, Greene County, Missouri, p. 253, 3-3, August 16, 1870


Dallas Township, Hazelwood, Webster County, Missouri


James Pursley, his sister Elizabeth Pursley Criger, and their families live together in Webster County, Missouri.




Sarah Breedlove and Martin Holms (sic) marry September 30, 1871 in Webster County, Missouri.



1880 Federal Census

Campbell, Douglas County, Missouri, 16-16


Elizabeth Pursley Criger - Webster County, Missouri




Sarah F Holmes * of Henderson PO, Webster County and Peter Peterson of Henderson PO, Webster County marry July 1, 1885 in Webster County, Missouri.




Laura and Harve Holmes




Laura Holmes and John Andrew Martin marry May 26, 1889 in Webster County, Missouri.




1890 Federal Census

Special Schedule.-Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc.




Harvey L Holmes of Gainesville, Ozark County and Martha Ann Foster of Gainesville, Ozark County marry December 21, 1894 in Ozark County, Missouri.




C. A. Holmes of Gainesville, Ozark County and Malissa Lord of Gainesville, Ozark County marry January 16, 1895 in Ozark County, Missouri.




Cynthia Breedlove dies April 12, 1899 in Ozark County, Missouri.




James Breedlove and Jane Russell marry September 15, 1899 in North Fork, Ozark County, Missouri.




James Breedlove dies in Ozark County, Missouri, in April 1900.



1900 Federal Census

Bridges Township, Ozark County, Missouri, S.D. 8, E.D. 92, Sheet 17, 214-218, June 18, 1900

Nancy S. Bradly - Marion Township, Ozark County, Missouri, June 18, 19, 1900


Charles A Holmes - Bridges Township, Ozark County, Missouri, June 18, 1900





Anna E. Peterson of Gainesville, Ozark County and James T. Griffis of Maysville, Benton County, Arkansas marry March 29, 1908 in Ozark County, Missouri.




Emma Peterson of Gainesville, Ozark County and Willie Webb of Mammoth, Ozark County marry December 12, 1909 in Ozark County, Missouri.




1910 Federal Census

Bridges Township, Ozark County, Missouri, S.D. 12, E.D. ---, Sheet 11, 192-195, April 28, 1910

Nancy S. Bradley - Marion Township, Ozark County, Missouri, April 15, 1910


Laura J. Martin * - Bridges Township, Ozark County, Missouri

Charles A Holmes - Bridges Township, Ozark County, Missouri

Harvey L Holmes - Bridges Township, Ozark County, Missouri, June 18, 1910



Anna Griffi's and Emma Webb's children

Gordon Webb




Sarah Peterson dies.




World War Registration Card - June 5, 1917

William Webb was born November 12, 1886 in Gainesville, Missouri. His present residence is Broken Arrow, Oklahoma where he is a farmer employed by Ed Halsel 13 miles east of Broken Arrow. He is single and has a child.




1920 Federal Census

Laura Martin * - Coal Creek Township, [Wagoner County, Oklahoma], January 19, 20, 1920

Charles A. Holmes - Okmulgee, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma



1930 Federal Census

C. A. Holmes - Holdenville High way, Brown Township (part 1), Seminole County, Oklahoma, April 2, 1930

Harve Holmes - Coal Creek Township, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, April 11, 1930



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