[This birthdate looks more like the date Daniel was born.]
In 1850 Greene Co MO Census there is a child aged 6/12 which was the age of William H. but his name is listed as Daniel N. There is a later child named Daniel. Strange - they must have changed their minds about his name.
1900 Census. Brookline Twp, Greene Co MO, Hh 3
Said to have died while visiting a son at Laurel Hill, LA or West Florida, AL. Buried at Brookline Cemetery along with his wife. Roy Hutchinson gives death as 1 Jun 1928, Laurel Hill, LA.
JUDGE WILLIAM H. PERKINS.
Examples that impress force of character on all who study them are worthy of record in the annals of history wherever they are found. By a few general observations the biographer hopes to convey in the following paragraphs, succinctly and yet without fulsome encomium, some idea of the high standing of William H. Perkins, ex-judge of the Greene county court, as a leading agriculturist and stockman, one of the representative citizens of the county and a public benefactor. Those who know him best will readily acquiesce in the statement that many elements of a solid and practical nature are united in his composition and which, during a series of years, have brought him into prominent notice at least throughout the western portion of the county, his life and achievements earning for him a conspicuous place among his compeers.
William H. PERKINS and Martha Jane ELLISON were married on 28 January 1873 in Greene County, Missouri.92 Martha Jane ELLISON, daughter of John ELLISON, was born on 31 January 1853.97 She died on 24 February 1909 at the age of 56.92,97
William H. PERKINS and Martha Jane ELLISON had the following children: