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BARRY COUNTY, MO, PIONEER FAMILIES

JOHN MALONEY AND LUCINDA (WHITTINGTON) MALONEY,

by Darla Ball Marbut - printed with her permission

The Maloney family is another of the early families who settled in Barry County, MO. But they were still living in Texas in 1850.  They lived in the Roaring River and Eagle Rock areas of the county.


The Maloney family was listed in 1850 on the Federal Census for Denton Co., Texas: #9 Farmer ($320) John Maloney was 36, born in Kentucky;
Lucinda was 29, born in Indiana
M. (Margery) was 8, born in Missouri
Catherine, was 7, born in Missouri
Samuel Houston Maloney, was 4 months old, born in Texas
They had two slaves.
Male, age 8, Mulatto
Male, age 7, black
Sometimes slaves were not listed on the free schedules but in this case they were.

Maloney Family Bible:
Margery Ann Maloney born June 14, 1842
Catharine Maloney born February 27, 1844
Julia Ann Maloney born June 13, 1846
Samuel Houston Maloney born March 6, 1850
Sarah Maloney born December 1, 1852

We can see by this information that John Maloney was born in Kentucky, traveled to Missouri. But we don’t know where he and Lucinda were married. Since she was born in Indiana they could have been married there. They were in Missouri when their oldest child, Margery, was born in June of 1842 and also in 1843 when Catharine was born.

In a letter written in 1940 by Richard Whittington, it is stated that two of Lucinda’s brothers went to Texas with her or came later, William and Franklin. Franklin’s son Henry was born in 1857 in Texas, so we know they were there by that date.

             

This photo is of Lucinda Maloney Whittington - from the photo files of Darla Marbut

Lucinda was buried in Whittington Cemetery, in Barry County, located in the Munsey Community, just below Roaring River State Park.

Denton County, Texas is around 450 miles from Barry Co., MO. That would be travel by modern roads. It was probably much more by the trails they had to follow. Because of the mountains in Arkansas, they probably traveled through Oklahoma to get to Grayson Co., and Denton Co., TX.  The other possibility is the Indian Trace sometimes called, Ozark Trail, and Old Wire Road that lead from St. Louis, MO to Fort Smith, Arkansas. One of the largest Mounds is across from St. Louis called Caokia and there is another large Mounds settlement just across from Ft. Smith, Arkansas so it might be possible that the Mounds Indians were the ones responsible for the Indian Trace.

Their child Julia Ann Maloney was born June 13, 1846. We presume she died before 1850 as she is not in the 1850 census for Denton Co., TX. The family may have left for Texas shortly after this but we don’t
know. As she isn’t in the census we don’t know if she was born in Missouri or Texas.

John Maloney’s military papers: Bell’s Mounted Volunteers, Texas. He served in Capt Fitzhurgh’s Company. The papers are titled “Mexican War”. He was 35. He was mustered in at East Fork of the Trinity on August 28, 1847 for a 12 month period of service. His horse was valued at $90 and it was a brown bay 7 years old and his equipment was worth $10. He again signed up Feb 2, 1848, the East Fork of Trinity River, Texas in Grayson County, Texas. His horse was worth $85 and his equipment was worth $15. Mustered Out at Conney Station, Richland Creek, Texas Feb 1, 1849.


Grayson County is the county just North of Denton Co., Texas. The East Fork Trinty River runs north and south starting in Grayson Co., Texas. The Mexican War between the United States and Mexico began in 1846. Mexico surrendered in 1848.

The Rangers were originally a band of mounted riflemen. The Texas general council in 1835 formally organized the Rangers and assigned them the sole task of defending the frontier against Indians. One company, 25 men patrolled east of the Trinity River, another between the Trinity and the Brazos, and a third between the Brazos and the Colorado River. After Texas gained its independence in 1836, it faced a Mexican and Indian danger on a 1,000 mile frontier. With a population of about 400,000 it could not afford a standing army. Texas required a fighting force that was small and inexpensive, available in time of need but inactive when not needed. The Texas Rangers, without uniforms, drill, or regular pay, met these requirements. They served as a mobile and efficient frontier defense organization. After Texas joined the Union in 1845, the Rangers continued to play a major role in frontier defense. During the Mexican War (1846-1848) they performed valuable service as scouts and guerrilla fighters with the American armies in Mexico.

We are not saying John Maloney was a Texas Ranger but was with Belle’s Mounted Volunteers. It would be interesting to see if this outfit turned into Texas Rangers. More research is needed.

After the birth of Sam Houston Maloney 1850 no further evidence is known on what happened to John Maloney. In Richard Whittington’s letter, he only mentioned that Lucinda, William and Franklin Whittington returned to Missouri around the time the Civil War started (1860-61). [Franklin’s son Henry was born in Texas in about 1857 and the next child, Mary E. was born about 1859 in Missouri.] These were very violent times in Texas during this period and John may have died in Texas.

Margaret Michelson remembers hearing the story of Lucinda, Franklin, and Williams return to Missouri. When they came back from Texas the Red River was flooded and people on both sides were waiting to cross. They went upstream 3 miles to cross but floated down 5 miles before they made it to the other side. She commented, “They must have been awfully desperate or tougher than nails to take a chance like that.”

Lucinda returned to Missouri with her brothers and lived with them for awhile. There is a story told by Aunt Martha Reed Porter: “As a very small child we often visited Uncle Billie (William) and Aunt Jane (Nancy Jane Medlin) with whom Aunt Lucinda Maloney lived. (This would probably have been in the 1890’s.) Uncle Bill had 3 daughters: Artelia, the oldest, Julia; and Alzadia. Alzadia was a couple of years older than me. (Alzadia was born 1882) . Aunt Lucinda was adored by my two sisters who were chums of Artelia and Julia. She would pop corn for us all, make molasses candy, tell the girls funny jokes, and discuss their boy friends. Aunt Cindy had a beautiful china doll, The Shepherdess. She would always let me play with this doll. But she wouldn’t let Alzadia play with it and Alzadia didn’t like me for it very much. Aunt Cindy would hold me on her lap and tell me stories of her girlhood days. She told me of her courtship of the nephew of the famous San Houston. Her son was named Sam Houston.

She joined the Roaring River Baptist Church Sept 1887.

Since the following was listed in the Maloney Bible, we wondered if Lucinda didn’t marry again: Isaac Southerland born September 1, 1827. We don’t know that Lucinda married Isaac as no marriage date has been found. More research is needed on this.

Lucinda was listed as Lucinda Southerland born 1825 in Indiana in the 1870 Barry Co.,MO., Census. It is believed she married again after John Maloney's death to Isaac Southerland.


The next we know of Lucinda is that she is buried in the “Old Whittington Cemetery” with the name Lucinda Maloney and the date 1899. (Dec 4). Of course, this doesn’t prove she didn’t married Isaac Southerland, but the name is Maloney on her stone. Her children may have wanted her buried with the Maloney name because she had children by John Maloney. The Whittington Cemetery is on a hill just above and before you get to the Munsey Cemetery just below the Roaring River Park and near Eagle Rock, MO. Margaret Michelson has notes from Retta Whittington's interview that read Dec 4,
1899.

Lucinda’s name and death date on her tombstone is getting very dim. With some more weathering the lettering may soon be unreadable. Years ago someone planted Easter lilies and iris in the cemetery. There is a marker for William Whittington next to Lucinda’s. Some of Julia Whittington Cooper’s children’s graves are there too and are marked. There are signs that there are many more graves there.

It is difficult to imagine how hard life must have been for these people and all the difficulties they had to face in a very unsettled time in history. Darla Ball Marbut

Ref: Margaret Dalton Michelson contributed much information to the Maloney stories.


 

Samuel Houston Maloney and Martha (Tate) Maloney
By Darla Ball Marbut
 


Samuel Houston Maloney was listed in the 1850 census for Denton Co., TX, with his family John and Lucinda (Whittington) Maloney, his sisters with their two slaves.

Samuel was born March 6, 1850 in Denton Co., TX. He married Martha Jane Tate daughter of William and Elizabeth (Young) Tate, and granddaughter of Hood and Elizabeth Tate who lived on King's Prairie,
Barry Co., MO. They were married in Newton Co., Missouri in 1869 according to the Maloney Family Bible.

Sam and Martha Jane appear in the 1870 Census for Barry Co., MO; Capps Creek Twp., taken on Aug 6, 1870 and they were living with Henry Whittington who was Samuel’s uncle.

Maloney Family Bible:

Samuel Houston Maloney married Martha Jane Tate in 1869.
Martha Jane Tate Maloney was born July 31, 1850.
Samuel’s Sisters:

Margery Ann Maloney born June 14, 1842
Catharine Maloney born Feb 27, 1844
Julia Ann Maloney born June 13, 1846
Samuel born Mar 6, 1850
Sarah Maloney born Dec 1, 1852

The Whittington and the Maloney families ran a mill on Roaring River near Eagle Rock, MO. The mill site is now covered with the lake except during dry weather. Then a few pieces of cement can be seen. Parts of the old milldam can still be seen. It runs across Roaring River. There is a map of the layout of the mill, millrace, and millpond in the 1909 Atlas. 

It is said that Sam Houston Maloney was “easy going” and didn’t push the boys. Martha Jane was more strict. Ruben had worked all night at the mill. He was sleeping in when Martha Jane came to wake him up. He told her he wasn’t working that day. They said she rolled him up in a sheet and took a belt to him. Probably it not so much that he wouldn’t get up but it was the way he answered her. He said he got up and went to work.

Sam Houston Maloney owned a store at Eagle Rock, MO, with a partner J. I. Babbitt. Sam, Ruben, and Henry were all in the 1910 census in the household of Jim and Addie (Maloney) Garrett. Addie (Lucinda Adeline) was Sam’s daughter and sister to Rubin and Henry.

Ref: Fredaline Cooper Horner’s book: A Horner Legacy, page 112 has a photo of Sam Houston Maloney standing in front of the Eagle Rock Store. Fredaline indicated that Sam Maloney was a mail carrier. The photo was dated 1885. The photograph in the book was provided by Georgia Ball Farwell. That same photo is posted in the Eagle Rock section. See the link given below.

Georgia said the original photo hung for years in the Eagle Rock Post Office. At present it is unknown where the original is as the Curry Store the post office was in was destroyed when Table Rock Lake was built.

Sam and Martha’s first babies Elias were born 1869 and another baby born in 1881 are buried at Bethel Cemetery, King's Prairie near Monett, MO. Babies, Annie died 1885 and John, died 1885 are buried at the Munsey Cemetery near Eagle Rock, MO. So this indicates that Sam and Martha moved from King's Prairie to Eagle Rock between 1881 and 1885.

Sam and Martha moved to Gans, Oklahoma probably in the late 1890’s or early 1900’s. Martha Jane died and was buried there. Martha Jane died when Henry Edward was very young probably not over 10 years old. He was born 1892 so Martha Jane probably died in the early 1900’s. Sam Houston returned to Missouri. He died June 27, 1911 and is buried at the Munsey Cemetery near Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO.

From the couple’s picture Martha Jane seemed to be light complicated with light colored eyes and light brown hair. Sam seemed to be dark with very dark hair and eyes. He may have been what is called “Black Irish”. Long ago in Ireland, Spanish invaders landed and some of them stayed. These descendants were known as “Black Irish”.

Samuel Houston and Martha Jane Maloney’s children:
Elias Maloney born December 12, 1869 died an infant.
Susan Elizabeth Maloney was  born Dec 19, 1871 md. Zechariah Franklin L. D. Shrum d. Jan 29, 1932. Susan died Jan 29, 1932
James Franklin Maloney b March 4, 1875 died as baby.
Ruben Farrell Maloney b July 15, 1877 d. March 23, 1961, stone photo
Lucinda Adeline Maloney b Apr 10, 1880 md. James Garrett died Jan 3, 1952
Infant Maloney b. Apr 4, 1881
Annie L. Maloney b. May 27,1883 died 1885
John William Maloney born July 23, 1885 died 1885
Arthur Willis Maloney b Aug 25, 1886 d. Apr 2, 1965, Jessie Reed and Hattie May Farrington
David Albert Maloney photo of David Albert - b. May 22, 1888 d. Mar 9, 1937, married Leona Shurm
Henry Edward Maloney b Aug 21, 1892 d. Apr 9, 1965

 


1 Arthur Willis Maloney 1886 - 1965 d: April 02, 1965 b: August 25, 1886 in Barry Co., MO +Jessie Reed 1891 - 1912 d: October 24, 1912 m: August 22, 1912 in Barry Co., MO b: August 17, 1891 *2nd Wife of Arthur Willis Maloney: +Hattie May Farrington 1891 - 1975 d: May 24, 1975 m: January 09,1916 b: June 19, 1891 in Corunna, Indiana

 

 

 

 


 


Isaac Newton Garrett Family Picture, from the photo files of Darla Marbut

Front Row: L-R: Alvie Garrett, Lewis Garrett, Josie Garrett, Dallas Garrett (go to other children on front row) Nova Garrett, Homer Garrett, Warren Garrett, Buster Whittington

Middle Row: L-R: Jim Garrett, Addie Maloney Garrett, Emma Burris Cole Garrett, Girl holding flowers in light dress – Elgie Garrett, LeVicy Garrett Weaver, Talitha Caroline Henderson, Kattie Marvel Easley Garrett, holding Ben Garrett, Thomas Melton Garrett.

Back Row: L-R: Charles Ball, Eldon Ball, Isaac Newton Garrett, Amos Newton Garrett, and Finas Ball

(Darla Marbut said that on her mother’s original copy she has Mary Kitterman instead of Talitha Henderson.) Picture taken about 1915.

Isaac Garrett was a brother to Sarah Elizabeth Garrett Ball



Sam Houston Maloney’s mother Lucinda Whittington Maloney is buried in the Whittington Cemetery on a hill just above the Munsey Cemetery near Eagle Rock, MO. Sam Houston, along with his sons Henry and Arthur and their families are buried at Munsey Cemetery. The Shrum and Garrett family members are buried there also. Margery (Maloney) Whittington (Sam Houston’s sister) is buried at the Easley Cemetery.
 


1 Ruben Farrell Maloney 1877 - 1961 d: March 23, 1961 b: July 15, 1877 in Barry Co., MO +Fannie Turner 1876 - 1904 d: August 1904 m: September 17, 1903 b: February 17, 1876 *2nd Wife of Ruben Farrell Maloney: +Eller Palmer - 1908 d: 1908 m: Abt. 1906,  *3rd Wife of Ruben Farrell Maloney: +Ida May Shrum 1897 - 1974 d: November 11, 1974 m: February 18, 1912 in Barry Co., MO by J.C. Whittington MG b: June 23, 1897 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO

1 Lucinda Adeline Maloney 1880 - 1952 d: January 03, 1952 b: April 10, 1880 in King's Prairie, Barry Co., MO +James Wesley Garrett 1881 - 1956 d: June 10, 1956 m: June 29, 1900 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO b: September 1881 in Sweet Springs, Saline Co., MO
2 Elgie Faye Garrett 1901 - 1989 d: October 09, 1989 b: May 07, 1901 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO +Roy Schierenberg 1898 - 1984 d: February 29, 1984 m: September 06, 1918 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO b: September 21, 1898
2 Ola Frances May Garrett 1902 - 1905 d: October 30, 1905 b: August 26, 1902

2 Dallas Olen Garrett 1904 - 1986 d: September 02, 1986 b: April 07, 1904 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO +Elsie Cordelia Wilson 1908 - 1988 d: May 10, 1988 m: January 28, 1923 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO, b: March 23, 1908 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO
2 Lewis L. Garrett 1906 - 1988 d: December 24, 1988 b: February 27, 1906 +Erma Pruitt 1906 - 1995 d: January 14, 1995 m: January 26, 1935 b: July 14, 1906
2 Alvie Garrett 1908 - 1930 d: May 27, 1930 b: February 21, 1908
2 Josie Garrett 1909 - 1959 d: July 24, 1959 b: December 29, 1909 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO +Theon Bowen 1906 - m: August 27, 1932 in Exeter, Barry Co., MO, b: October 06, 1906
2 Herman Garrett 1912 - 1915 d: January 27, 1915 b: November 13, 1912
2 Thelma Garrett 1917 - 1917 d: 1917 b: February 08, 1917
2 Osie Pauline Garrett 1920 - b: November 17, 1920 +Dale Bowen 1912 - m: October 29, 1939 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO, b: September 25, 1912 in Eureka Springs, Carroll Co., AR



1 Newton Jasper Garrett 1817 - 1854 d: August 06, 1854 b: May 03, 1817 in Talladega Co., AL
+Louisa Bridgeman 1821 - 1862 d: February 09, 1862 m: September 22, 1836 in Atlanta, Campbell Co., GA b: May 10, 1821 in Virginia, GA? - near the Blue Ridge Mountains.
2 Martha Jane Garrett 1837 - b: May 03, 1837
2 Mary Caroline Garrett 1838 - 1854 d: August 06, 1854 b: March 04, 1838 in Talladega, Co., AL
2 James Jonathan Garrett 1839 - 1917 d: March 17, 1917 b: November 01, 1839 in Talladega Co., GA +Jane Stephens m: May 10, 1857 in Grovesprings, Wright Co., MO
2 LaVicy Garrett 1842 - 1924 d: April 04, 1924 b: May 23, 1842 in Talladega Co., AL +James Stephenson - 1858 d: 1858 m: Abt. 1857 *2nd Husband of LaVicy Garrett: +Solomon Peter Weaver 1838 - 1902 d: May 18, 1902 m: Abt. 1860 in Primitive Baptist Church, Grove Springs, Wright Co., MO  b: June 16, 1838 in Knox Co., TN
2 Sarah Elizabeth Garrett 1845 - 1936 d: February 03, 1936 b: February 28, 1845 in Talladega Co., Alabama +William Valentine Ball 1845 - 1875 d: April 28, 1875 m: March 25, 1863 in Webster, MO (Grovesprings or Marshfield) b: February 08, 1845 in Kentucky *2nd Husband of Sarah Elizabeth Garrett: +George C. Reed 1842 - 1921 d: June 24, 1921 m: October 30, 1878 in Barry Co., MO, b: November 07, 1842 in Spencer Co., Indiana (Alfordville)
2 William Robert Garrett 1846 - 1851 d: 1851 b: Abt. 1846
2 John Fleming Garrett 1848 - b: June 22, 1848
2 Nancy Louisa Garrett 1851 - 1936 d: November 06, 1936 b: April 22, 1851 in Texas Co., MO +William M. Bouyear 1848 - 1930 d: 1930 m: 1866 b: 1848 in Texas Co., MO
2 Isaac Newton Garrett 1853 - 1920 d: March 07, 1920 b: October 22, 1853 in Grovesprings, MO +Mary Jane McCarty m: Abt. 1870 *2nd Wife of Isaac Newton Garrett: +Ellen Jane Walker 1847 - 1893 d: January 1893 m: Abt. 1876 b: February 12, 1847 *3rd Wife of Isaac Newton Garrett: +Emma Jane Burris 1868 - 1919 d: July 20, 1919 m: February 15, 1896 in Barry Co., MO, married by George Reed b: November 08, 1868 in Indiana


The identification is: l-R: Man with horse Newt Dell, man with hand on building is Samuel Houston Maloney, William Farwell, Albert Moors Farwell, unidentified, Gertrude Farwell, little girl Esta Farwell, Eliza Jane Farwell, Lilly May Farwell, unidentified, unidentified.


Descendants of Henry Edward Maloney

1 Henry Edward Maloney b: August 21, 1892 in Barry Co., Missouri d: April 09, 1965 in Cassville, Barry County, MO Burial: Munsey Cemetery, below Roaring River State Park, Barry County, MO +Mary Elizabeth Easley aka: Mollie b: October 13, 1883 in Barry Co., Missouri m: July 03, 1916 in Barry County, MO d: September 22, 1935 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Easley Cemetery, near Eagle Rock, Barry County, MO [She was Zachariah Haddock's descendant]

2 Elgie Fay Maloney b: December 15, 1917 in Barry Co., Missouri d: February 20, 1997 in Springfield, Greene County, MO Burial: Horner Cemetery, Cassville, Barry Co., MO +Oman Finley Ball b: September 22, 1916 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri m: August 21, 1937 in Klamath Falls, Oregon d: July 03, 1996 in Springfield, Greene County, MO, Burial: Horner Cemetery, Cassville, Barry Co., MO

2 Jessie Evelyn Maloney b: January 13, 1920 in Barry Co., Missouri d: March 14, 1922 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Munsey Cemetery, below Roaring River State Park, Barry County, MO

2 Furlon Lloyd Maloney  b: June 27, 1922 in Barry Co., Missouri d: June 29, 1966 in Monett, Barry County, MO Burial: Munsey Cemetery, below Roaring River State Park, Barry County, MO +Mary Leona Brooks b: Abt. 1922 m: Abt. 1942

 

 

 

 

2 Norma Edith Maloney b: November 11, 1924 in Barry Co., Missouri  +Robert L. Peterson b: Abt. 1924 + 2nd Husband of Norma Edith Maloney: +Anthony Gari b: Abt. 1924

 

*2nd Wife of Henry Edward Maloney:  +Angie Carroll b: April 30, 1895 m: Aft. 1935 in Barry County, Missouri

 


 

1 Henry Edward Maloney b: August 21, 1892 in Barry Co., Missouri d: April 09, 1965 in Cassville, Barry County, MO Burial: Munsey Cemetery, below Roaring River State Park, Barry County, MO +Mary Elizabeth Easley aka: Mollie b: October 13, 1883 in Barry Co., Missouri m: July 03, 1916 in Barry County, MO d: September 22, 1935 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Easley Cemetery, near Eagle Rock, Barry County, MO

2 Elgie Fay Maloney b: December 15, 1917 in Barry Co., Missouri d: February 20, 1997 in Springfield, Greene County, MO Burial: Horner Cemetery, Cassville, Barry Co., MO +Oman Finley Ball b: September 22, 1916 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri m: August 21, 1937 in Klamath Falls, Oregon d: July 03, 1996 in Springfield, Greene County, MO Burial: Horner Cemetery, Cassville, Barry Co., MO

2 Jessie Evelyn Maloney b: January 13, 1920 in Barry Co., Missouri d: March 14, 1922 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Munsey Cemetery, below Roaring River State Park, Barry County, MO

2 Furlon Lloyd Maloney b: June 27, 1922 in Barry Co., Missouri d: June 29, 1966 in Monett, Barry County, MO Burial: Munsey Cemetery, below Roaring River State Park, Barry County, MO +Mary Leona Brooks b: Abt. 1922 m: Abt. 1942

2 Norma Edith Maloney b: November 11, 1924 in Barry Co., Missouri  +Robert L. Peterson b: Abt. 1924 *2nd Husband of Norma Edith Maloney: +Anthony Gari b: Abt. 1924

*2nd Wife of Henry Edward Maloney: +Angie Carroll b: April 30, 1895 m: Aft. 1935 in Barry County, Missouri


Sources:
Margaret Michelson
1850 Census, Denton Co., Texas
A Horner Legacy by Fredalene Cooper Horner, page 112
Our Easleys by Faye Maloney Ball and Darla Ball Marbut, page 89
Maloney Family Bible
Census for Barry Co., MO, several years
1909 Standard Atlas of Barry Co., MO
Barry Co., MO, Marriage Records


 

For More Reading

William Simpson was born in Warrick Co., IN, died because they lived near where she lived when she was first married.  William H. & Louisa (Bristow) Simpson  Louisa was the third wife of Alfred Reed, who was the father of the above mentioned George Reed. Louisa's husband had died in MO, and so she went back to Warrick County after his death and there married Alfred Reed and they moved to Barry County where he'd already been living. He was her second husband. After Alfred Reed died, Louisa moved to Van Buren County, AR and married a Mr. Allred. He was her third husband. After he died she moved to LeFlore Co., OK where she died. Her burial place is unknown but her probable burial spot is in Hontubby Cemetery, next to her son William Green Simpson. Living also in LeFlore County were several of the Reed children as well as some of the Simpson children. Her daughter America Simpson and her husband Elijah Bailey were also there in LeFlore.

Another page that has more on the Tucker family and their connection to the Haddock family is this one: Tucker Families of Benton County, AR - Listed are Nora Bell (Haddock) & Charles Kennion Tucker of Benton Co., AR and family. Nora Bell was the daughter of Richard Ransom Haddock and his wife Sarah Browning. She was the grand daughter of Charles and Susan (Meyers) Rumbaugh Haddock.

The Easley Family of Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO, and their connection to many of the early families of that area. The Easley family had many connections to the early settlers of Barry County, especially to the Eagle Rock, Roaring River, and Munsey areas of Barry County. Darla Marbut's work on this area is without a doubt far above what is usually seen in genealogy publications.

The Tucker Families of Barry Co., MO They were a large family and had many connections to the Eagle Rock area as well as to Roaring River and Munsey areas. Darla Marbut's expellant work on the Tucker family brings them into being for all of us. Her photos of this family are certainly a treasure, too.

Eagle Rock, Barry Co., MO, Study - This page has a lot of data about Eagle Rock in the early days and also mentions the Easley family connections to other families in the area. Darla Marbut's study on Eagle Rock is a vital part of what we know and understand about that part of Barry County, MO.

Barry County Stories - Page One  - by Darla Marbut - There is some Easley data on this page.

The Ball Family of Barry County, MO, and their connection to the Reed Family - by Darla Marbut

The Prier Family and their connections to Eagle Rock families

Go to Missouri - For other families and documents, which point toward these Eagle Rock families.

 


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