By Gary Smee
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||in the counties of Dent and also
St. Louis City. They were also in St. Clair Illinois.
|HAAS, George||and wife Eva Wymer lived in Adair co. Missouri around 1860 to in the 1870 .|
Josephine,Edith,Rosa lived in Stoddard Co., Mo
|HABERTHAL, Max||abt. 1845-1912 Switzerland>Cambria PA?>Kansas City his sister Frances Haberthal (Habetier?) Meyer|
|HADDOCK, Caroline Summers Osburn||Where she is buried.
Perhaps in Rockville, Mo. Was married to Bud Osburn ....then to Nathan Haddock. Died around late 1890s. Lived near Henry and Benton county lines. Had daughter Lizzie Osburn....who married W. E. Wilson.....spent most of life
in Racket and Clinton area. Most all of family is buried at Shady Oak. Would like to locate the grave of Carolin "Carrie" Summers Osburn Haddock
|HADER, Jacob||l870 Moniteau Co. MO census|
|HADER, Susanna||l870 Moniteau Co. MO census|
||specifically in Warren and St
|HAFKEMEYER||Can anyone link the Washington Mo. Droeges with the St. Louis
The St. Louis Droege family is linked to the Hafkemeyer family.
There are Hafkemeyers both in Washington Mo. and St. Louis.
All of the above stem from Osnabrück, but the records there seem to go back one generation too little to make the connections.
|HAFLEY, Daniel William||Eureka, St. Louis County, Missouri|
|HAFLEY, George Washington||Gasconade County, Missouri|
|HAFNER, Otto Reinholt||born December 07, 1904 in Albrecht, Suhl, Thüringen,
Died January 13, 1937 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO and was buried at
Forest Hill & Calvary Cemetery, Kansas City, MO.
He married Emma Alma LEHNIGK Bet. 1924 - 1925 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO. They had only one son, William Otto HAFNER born in 1926.
|HAGAN||Barry, Dade, Greene, Lawrence, Newton|
||Wife Flora Shirilda Smith.
He is buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Mt. Pleaseant, MO. with his name
misspelled as Hagan. She is buried in Eldon Cemetery, Eldon,
MO. They had 6 children: Henry, Edward, Abraham (my
grandpa), Dolly, Myrtle, and Colena.
|HAGAN, John C.||
married Martha L. BAILEY about 1863. Martha L. Bailey born in Missouri, county unknown. removed to Arkansas between 1863 and 1866.
Henry P. Hagan
Mary F. Sarah Hagan
Lathan M. Hagan
Jared H. Hagan
Malinda Louvina Hagan
Andrew Jurden Hagan
John A. Hagan
Allen Christopher Hagan
Zaphinia Finn Hagan
|HAGANS, Ralph||Born Miller County December 2, 1912. Married Elnora Bradshaw June 4, 1935 at Tuscumbia, MO. Died January 25, 1981.|
|HAGENOW||Charles (Carl) Hagenow was a Blacksmith in the city of St. Louis during the Civil War, but was not registered in the 1860 census. He and his wife, Mary Stovesand Hagenow had 2 children - Ida Hagenow (1864 - 1938) and Theodore Fredrick Hagenow (1868 - 1932) both born, raised and died in St. Louis. Ida had no children. Theodore married Magedelene Schmidt (1870 - 1961) in St. Louis in 1888. Theodore had 2 children - Carl Victor Albert Hagenow (1891 - 1924) and Theodore Charles Hagenow (1894 - 1980). Carl died in a drowning accident , had no children. Theodore married Theodora Emily Zerbe (1895 - 1984) in St. Louis in 1918. They had one daughter, my mother, Lucille Charlotte Hagenow (1925 - ). I am running into a couple of problems. I don't find older records on Charles and Mary Stovesand Hagenow, so I don't know when or where they were born, married, etc. I also know from family legend that we are related to three Hagenow brothers in Chicago. These brothers are not in the Cook Co., IL. census in 1860, Mrs. O'Leary's cow did in the 1870 census, and I find exactly three men in their 40's with the last name of Hagenow in the 1880 census - with no clues as to how they fit together with my small line of Hagenows here in St. Louis.|
|HAGER||Squire Houx Hager b. 1862 in Bunceton, Missouri, d. June 1, 1947 in Calhoun Missouri. Squire's father, my gggrandfather is George Washington Hager b. June 11, 1832 in W. Virginia, d. March 14, 1920 in Calhoun Missouri (?).|
|HAGERTY||Reuben, Minerva and son Arthur Lee. Buried in the Arrow Rock Cemetery, Arrow Rock, Saline Co., Missouri|
|HAGEY||Nodaway - Home page|
||Henry Harding Haggard (my great
grandfather), Harry Clifford Haggard (my grandfather) and their
earlier family members. My grandfather was from the St. Francois County
area of Missouri. His ancestors were from Pulaski and Casy
Counties in Kentucky.
|HAHN||David Hahn/Hawn/Haughan (1802-1846) married Emelia Craddock in Madison Co, in 1830. He was the son of Christian Hahn & Anna Magdelena Schell. He and Emelia had Thomas (1832), Ann (1837), Samuel (1841) & Christian (1844). They were also in Bollinger and Cape Girardeau Counties.|
|HAHN, Howard Daniel||born Jan 12, 1939 , Linn County, Brookfield, Mo. Father
Hahn who was born Jun 25, 1912 and died Nov 8 1973 buried at Rosehill
Brookfield, mo...His father was Hiram Hahn born Nov 26 1886 and died
7 1955 in Brookfield, Mo. his Mother was Lou Hahn (williams) born sept
7 1892 (beleive in colorado) died Oct 16 1976 in
Brookfield, Mo also
||born 1860 married to Frank C. Berliner 1886, Chariton County. She died 1906 buried in Washington cemetery, Howard County|
|HAIN||Rosebud and Owensville area of Gasconade Co.|
|HAIR, Anna Etta|
|HAKE, John Bernard||Osage|
|HAKENEWERTH, Arnold||lived in Lincoln county in the town of Old Monroe. Many of his descendants still live in Saint Charles and Saint Louis counties.|
married Frances Coleman
lived in Washington County, MO in the late 1800s.
|HALDIMAN||Descendants of John Christ Haldiman and Margaretha Bahler of Moniteau County, MO.|
|HALE||Descendants of Mathew Robert and Mahala Ledford Hale, Stoddard Co., MO|
|HALE, Ewen C.
||born 1823 Kentucky and Sarah
Hale, born 1825 Kentucky, living in Clinton County Missouri, 1860,
1870, 1880, also living with them Ewen C Hale Jr,born 1843 and wife
Sarah V Bennett Hale, born 1845 Virginia, also
looking for Robert Hale and wife Fannie Bennett Hale, born 1857
Missouri, living in Clinton County, seeking any information on
descendants/ancestors of Bennett daughter married to Hale brothers
|HALE, Stephen Lyle
||(b. abt. 1844 d. Jan. 1886 at
Cape Girardeau, MO) m. Agnes Margaret Fenton before 1875 (probably St.
Louis). They had at least five children: Edward Harry Hale,
Charles Clarence Hale, Robert Lyle Hale, Walter Archibald Hale, and Roy
Frederick Hale. I am interested in communicating with anyone
researching this family. My personal interests are mainly in the
|HALE, Thomas Harrison||Schuyler|
|HALE, Thursy Wagoner||B: 1824 lL Married 1st ? Wagoner. Two of her Wagoner
were listed on the 1880 census of Texas Co. Mo. Thursy Wagoner B: 1855
Mo--James D. Wagoner B: 1851 MO. A Hale daughter: Mahaly Hale B:
Would appreciate any information on Wagoner & Hale.
|HALE, William Daniel||Mississippi|
|HALE, William Worth||Schuyler|
|HALEY||Audrain and St. Louis|
|HALEY, Willis J.||Cooper|
|HALFAKER, Charles Jr.||Crawford|
|HALFAKER, L. D. Charles, Sr.||Crawford Home page|
|HALFPENNY, John||St. Louis|
|HALL||Butlar, Scott, Stone, Taney, Dunklin|
|HALL||Clay Co. Mo. Elisha Hall m. Alse DePriest Children listed as married in Clay Co. marrying into families Fry, Duncan, Groom, Estes|
|HALL||Gaskin Switch/Eagle Rock area|
||Looking for information on
descendents of Jesse and Keziah Covey Hall who moved to Macon County
Missouri in 1848 from Montgomery County, Virginia. Children of
Jesse and Keziah include Hugh C.; Mary C.; David R.; Walter C.; Samuel
M.; Virginia P.; William F.; Jesse D. (believed to be Jesse Daniel).
|| am looking for information
on Richard and Delilah Brady (Braidy) and their son Moses Hall. Richard
was born around. 1816 (England), Delilah was born 1822 in Tenn, and
Moses in 1858, Ill. Would like any info on Delilah
|HALL, Benjamin Harrison||Atchison Co|
|HALL, Ed||I'm seeking more info on the marriage of Ed Hall, apparently born in Neb., to my second cousin Clara Belle Robinson probably in Jasper City, Jasper County, MO in about 1903. The marriage resulted in one daughter Izetta who was born in 1904. They divorced before 1908 when Clara Belle married an Edward Connaway. Clara Bell Robinson had been married to a W. L. McKinney on 7 Aug 1902, divorced some time later then, married Ed Hall|
|HALL, Elisha Joshua||Atchison Co|
|HALL, Elisha Pinckney||Atchison Co|
|HALL, Elizabeth Ruth Tracy||Atchison Co|
|HALL, Emily||Buchanan & Gentry|
|HALL, Francis R.||killed in the Battle of Pilot Nob, Civil War, September 26, 1864|
|HALL, George Talmond||AFN:1JNS-RJR Burial: Home Cemetary, Atchison Co. Tarkio, Mo8 5. vi. MARY ELIZABETH HALL, b. 21 November 1898, Tarkio, Atchison co., MO; d. 10 June 1967, Maryville, Nodaway co., MO|
|HALL, Henry||Wright Co. Mo. married Elizabeth Rose,
his brother was Joseph
and his sister was Martha Hall Elliston, his mother was Elizabeth Walls
Hall Haislip from Marshall Co. Tenn., his father was William Hall from
Marshall Co. Tenn. and was killed by bushwakers ca.1863 in Marshall
|HALL, John Fleming||AFN:1JNS-RGC Burial: Home Cemetary,
Cause of Death: Died of a "lung" disease.
3. iii. VIRGIL MARION HALL, b. 30 April 1883,
<Niantic, Macon Co., Il>; d. 24 January 1970,
Tarkio, Atchison Co., Mo.
4. iv. MORRIS HAROLD HALL, b. June 1891; d. Alton,
v. GEORGE TALMOND HALL7, b. 29 July 18968; d. 09
|HALL, Joseph||Buchanan & Gentry|
|HALL, Martha Elizabeth||Buchanan|
|HALL, Missouri A||Buchanan & Gentry|
|HALL, Morris Howe||AFN:1JNS-RCX PIONEER RESIDENT OF TARKIO
VICINITY DIES Morris
Former Mayor, Passes Away at Age of 79 Years Morris Howe
resident of this section for sixty-four years died Friday in St.
hospital in Maryville, where he had been taken earlier in the
He was 79 years old. Mr. Hall, son of Fleming and Elizabeth
(Kiser) Hall was born May 14, 1859, at Urbana, Ohio. In early
he lost his father in the Civil war, and his mother moved with children
to Niantic, Ill., where they resided until 1874. In that year
pioneered to northwest Missouri, making the trip in a covered wagon and
settling on land southeast of what is now Tarkio. On December 25,
1878, Mr. Hall married Drucilla Herring, who preceded him in death,
passed away in July 1937. To Mr. and Mrs. Hall six children were
born: Lura, John, Virgil, Harold, George and Elizabeth (Mrs.
H. Kaufman) of Tarkio survive their father; Lura, John and George
preceded him in death. In addition to his children, Mr.
leaves eight randchildren and one great-grandchild. Mr.
served Tarkio as mayor for two terms. It was under his
that Main street was paved. He was a member the First Baptist
of Tarkio; a charter member and one of the organizers of the local
lodge 358; and a Knight Templar. He was also member of the Moolah
at St. Joseph. He was made an honorary life member of the lodge
helped organized on April 24, 1924, after fifty years as a
For most of his life, Mr. Hall was a farmer, operating large tracts of
land near Tarkio. For several years he had been in the produce
here. As long as his health permitted, he was active in affairs
the town and worked for its betterment. Funeral services
conducted at the home Sunday afternoon by the Rev. Earl F. Johns,
of the Baptist church. Pallbearers were Virgil Hall, Harold Hall,
George H. Kaufman, Flavian Hall, William Hall and Willis Grush.
was in the Home cemetery. Burial: Home Cemetary, Atchison Co.
Mo4 Elected: Mayor of Tarkio, MO (2 terms)4 Children of DRUCILLA
and MORRIS HALL are: 2. i. LURA H.3 HALL, b. 20 November 1879; d.
ii. JOHN FLEMING HALL5, b. 31 July 1881, <Niantic, Macon co., Il>6; d. 05 September 1905, Atchison co., MO6.
|HALL, N. C.||m. Senath Linea Deboard Aug 8, 1871 in MO. They had two little girls, Magnolia b. 1874 and Viola b. 1876 who they left with the grandparents, Dawson & Mahala Woods Deboard in 1880 in Ozark, Co, Bayou TWP, MO. Did N.C. and Senath Hall die? or leave?|
|HALL, Nancy J.||Buchanan & Gentry|
|HALL, Nancy Janie||my great grandmother. Her mother was Minerva Elizabeth Yancy and her father was Christopher Columbus Hall.|
|HALL, Noah Tracy||Atchison Co.|
|HALL, Roy Laverne||Buchanan & Gentry|
|HALL, Samuel||Nodaway county died about 1882 wife Ruth Clementine Brogan died1889|
|HALL, Sarah A.|
|HALL, Susan J.||Buchanan & Gentry|
|HALL, Sylvester||of Pettis County|
|HALL, William||Buchanan & Gentry|
|HALL, William F.||Born 9 May 1833 in Virginia
Married abt 1852 to Lydia A. WISDOM
Lived in Boone Co, MO
Luvenia (HALL) McCLURE, born abt 1857 in Boone Co, MO
William Woodson HALL, born 3 Nov 1858 in Boone Co, MO
Leondius Brown HALL, born 18 July 1865 in Boone Co, MO
Died 10 Sept. 1909 in Carthage, Jasper Co, MO
|HALL, William Henry||Born in 1867 in Cape Gir. MO He listed this as his birth place in his marriage license application to Belle Campbell. Parents: Frank Hall (MO) and Josephine Shannon (from TN) , brothers Robert, Joe and sister Nannie. All of the family eventually moved to east TX.|
|HALLEMEYER, Otto||St Charles|
|HALLEY, Jerry Wayne||Sept. 10, 1954|
|HALLEY, William E.||Searching for parents and sibs of William
Halley asnoted below:
Some documents show HOLLEY and I think one showed
Hawl or Hawley, can't remember.
!Franklin Co Mo marriage records 10 Jan 1867.Book
G 076-1, Located at courthouse, Union. and I have
a copy. John R. Brown Minister.
have copy of Franklin Co Mo marriage record 10
Jan 1867 book C 076-1.
!In Franklin Co, Missouri, William E. Halley (sr)
!The 1880 MO census 12 June Fed U S. Franklin Co
!1910 Probate records Franklin Co show William
Junior thinks he was burried in the Virginia Mines
All of William's children were born in Prairie
EARLY SETTLERS OF PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP
The first persons to locate in Prairie township
1850 Missouri census INDEX shows the following
Also the name spelled Hally:
|HALLISSEY||Daniel Joseph Hallissey, was born in St. Louis, Mo. on 11/7/1887. He had a sister by the name of Virginia. He also had sisters or half sisters (see next sentence) by the name of Marie and Ruth. His parents were Joseph Hallissey and Elizabeth O'Neil. Joseph died relatively early in life and Elizabeth remarried a man by the last name of Haney. I am trying to find out more about Joseph and Elizabeth. I believe Joseph did come from Ireland.|
|HALLORAN||St. Louis Co.,1860 to present|
|HALSTED, John F.
||Laclede County Mo. married Sarah Day in Lacled County, Mo. June 19 1864. Need Information about this couple after marriage.|
|HALTEBRAKE, David||b: August 27, 1896 in Pettis, Missouri d: September 1978 in Sedalia, Missouri +Mary [or May] Stevens|
|HALTER||Fulcom in Jefferson County.|
|HAMAN, Fracis Marrion
||Haman/Hamon/Hammon born Abt. 12
Jan 1876 born in Mo.he is my great grandfather, my grandmother was
Francis Marrion Haman -WWI Draft card 2677 signed sept 12,1918 wife Leona Hattie Hamon
1910 Collins co. Tx Just Pre no 6, 4th May Listed as
Haman F.M Head 34 Mo, his father N Carolina, His mother Mo. Ocup. Farmer
M.W Wife 34 Ark,Ark,Ark
W.E son 12 Tx
Anni B Dau 10 Tx
Iola E. Dau 6 Tx
E.S son 4 Tx
N.L Dau 6/12
1920 Grayson co,Van Alstyne,Tx
Hamon Marrion F Head 44 Mo,N Carolina, Mo Farmer
Hattie wife 21 Tx.
William son 21 Tx.
Lizzie Dau 15 Tx.
Ernest son 13 Tx.
Nettie Dau 11 Tx.
Francis Dau 7 Tx.
Stanley Son 31/2 Tx.
Helen Dau 2/12 Tx.
Mills Annie Bell Dau 19 Tx. married
1930, Precinct 6, Collin, Texas
Hamon Francis M. Head 54 Mo,N Carolina, Mo Farmer
Hattie wife 31 Tx.
Ernest son 31 Tx.
Helen dau. 10 Tx.
Percy S son
I would like to exchange info. Francis Marrion Haman/Hamon/Hammon ,my grandmother passed away befor i could find anything out.
and all her siblings are also passed. Grandmother did say that her father told her that he dropped one m off of the hammon name This is all i know. Thank you Sandy
|HAMERSMEIER, William||immigrated from Hanover, Germany early 1900's. Was known to live and work in St. Louis up until the 1930's. Unable to find any records. He was my grandmother's brother.|
|HAMILTON||My grandfather's name was Raymond Hamilton 1905-49. He was born in Bell Co. Texas. Belton(Bell Co.) seems to be the Texas center for this family. His father's name was John Hamilton and his mother's name was Anna. I do not know their birth or death dates or their history before 1900|
|HAMILTON||I'm looking for my family on my fathers
side my dad's name is
L Hamilton I think L stands for Lincoln DOB ?/?/52 or 53 born in
Ithink my father has a twin sister at least that is what I remember
told. My father's dad died before I was born. I remember seeing his
my grandmother. Although, I don't remember what she looks like. I
remember seeing her once at Christmas or Thanksgiving. I went to visit my dad's twin sister in a state that started with an "O" during that visit we drove there from MO. The last place I remember my father living was MO. he has lived in Illinois also, but those are the only states I have ever known him to live in.
HAMILTON, Francis/Frank M. b. 1840 IN d. 1919 Salt River Twp, Mexico, MO. No children.
Hamilton Charles E. b 1863 IN s/o Francis M. HAMILTON and Mary E. SOUTHERN.
m. Lessie Besie STOTLEY children: Leta M. and Mary. Lived in Salt River twp, Mexico, MO. until 1940.
Alma B. HAMILTON d/o Francis M. HAMILTON and Mary E. SOUTHERN. m. William FAULKNER.
Jesse W. HAMILTON s/o Francis M. HAMILTON and ?. Lived in Kansas City, MO m. Della M ?, daughters Hazel M. and Marcella M.
Eben W. HAMILTON b. 1857 IN b/o Francis M. HAMILTON.
Lived in Hazelgreen area near Uncle John J. PAINE from about 1892-1905 with wife Ella CAHILL. Children: Homer, twins Laura and Sabra, Floyd, Edmond Walter, Wahna Jane, Major E, twins John and William, Robert and Marie.
Charles E. HAMILTON and wife Lessie B. moved to Montgomery City in 1940. Charles d.1944. Lessie d. 1846.
Alma HAMILTON b.1869 IN m. William FAULKNER in MO. and lived in Salt River Twp, Ralls MO. Children?
William M. HAMILTON b. 1851 IN b/o Francis M. and Eben W. HAMILTON. m. Tisha BURKE MO. William was a physician for 35 yrs in Mansfield, MO.
|HAMILTON, Elizabeth M.||Pulaski|
|HAMILTON, J. H.||Born in Missouri, married Etta Gibson of
child, Beulah B hamilton, born 3/31/1900 in Kansas City, Missouri. Beulah
is my mother's mother, who died 12/10/1921 in Wichita, Kansas. Her
obituary states she moved to Wichita around 1916 and does not list her
parents. It does list a grandmother, Elizabeth Gibson and an aunt, Lois
Kenedy (sp). Would like any information on Beulah and/or her parents.
|HAMILTON, Jacob Riley||Mercer|
||(He was called Alec) He
married Laura Hamilton. Both were from Elmo, Nodaway County, MO. and
went by wagon train to NW OK in 1902 Her maiden name was
McIntyre. He was a stockman and land owner in Miami, OK and Blue
|HAMILTON, Louisa Francis||of Memphis, Tenn. married Jessie M.
They had a daughter named Roxy Jane Huddleston. Roxy was born in Rover,
Mo. Roxy married a man with the last name Judd. They had 5 children. I
do not know if he was from Mo. or if they even knew each other in
Mo. Roxy lived with her children in Oklahoma & later married Robert
Edgar Nicholson of Granby, Mo. They met & remained in Ok. where
had 2 children. Ed nicholson served in the Spanish American War as a
volunteer. His son R. E. NIcholson jr. is my grandfather. I am looking
for links to them, their relatives.
Thomasville, Mo. Oregon County -Huddleston, Jessie M. - wrote a book
Rover, Mo. Oregon County- HUddleston, Jessie M. & Louisa Francis & Roxy Jane
Granby, Mo. Newton County- Nicholson, Thomas Jefferson & Mary & Robert Edgar ( mary's maiden name Goad) (robert edgar born 1877)
||Born about 5/8/1829, died about 1879 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO. He was married to Sarah Jane Fugate. Looking for any info on his marriage, death (a horse allegedly reared on him), birth, his children (I only know of one, Edith Grace), his wife, his parentage. Edith Grace Hamilton (his child) was my father's mother.|
|HAMILTON, William Wood||1869-1950s|
|HAMILTON, Wood||I'm looking for the parents of Wood Hamilton. Wood married Nancy Robinson. They had a son named William Wood Hamilton who married Emma Lemmon. My grandfather is their son, Denver Smith Hamilton.|
|HAMLET, Thomas Lee||Caldwell|
|HAMLIN, Newt||I believe he was born in Kansas or Missouri. Newt has a brother by the name of Earl who lived in Missouri. The last know place Newt lived was Lecompton , Kansas and is buried in the cementry at Lecompton, Kansas along with his wife Lela ( maiden name is unknown). Newt and Lela had a son named Albert Hamlin ( who is my grandfather). As soon as I can get to the cementry I may be able to give birth and death dates on both Newt and Lela Hamlin.|
|HAMMETT, John S||from VA to LINCOLN COUNTY to KS Black, Peyton/Payton SULLIVAN COUNTY|
|HAMMOND, Harriet Elizabeth
||b. 1849 OH m. John Alexander Duncan, father of Charles Stephen Duncan, father of Clyde Alvah Duncan of Owensville, MO|
|HAMMOND, Raymond Theordore||Hammond & Cords Genealogy Homestead|
|HAMMOND, William Arthur||Hammond & Cords Genealogy Homestead|
|HAMMONDS||Doctor (David)Manny Hammonds
Wilson Mont. Hammonds
Amanda( Hammonds) Woodhouse
Stone and Berry Co. Mo.
Thomas and Rachel Hammonds
|HAMMONS||Given names: John, Haston
Counties: Benton, Henry, St. Clair
|HAMPSHIRE||Unsure, maybe Pemiscot|
|HAMPTON||Montgomery around 1818-1821 from VA or N.C.|
|HAMPTON||OF TANEY CO., MO HENDERSON C. HAMPTON m 1ST MARGARET (UNKNOWN) THEY HAD MARY b 1859, ANDREW b 1863, AND WILLIAM b 1866. HE m 2ND AMANDA THEY HAD DORA b 1878 AND JOEL "JOE" b 1881|
|HAMPTON, Andrew E.||Madison, St. Genevieve, Cape Girardeau|
|HAMPTON, James||born around 1863. He married Sarah (Sally) Edgar. The had 2 children James Ray and Inez. Lived in or around Green County, MO.|
|HAMPTON, Lorenzo||Lafayette,Johnson Co.'es|
|HAMPTON, Robert Job
||married Jane Ann Moore 14 Dec
Children: Mary Susan born 20 Feb. 1867, Elizabeth P. born 29 Jan. 1872,
Squire J.T. born 23 Sept. 1875, John D. born 19 Jan 1876, Jesse G. born 24 Dec. 1880,
Annie born 1882. Lived inCalifornia Mo. Moniteau County. Moved to Nevada, Mo Vernon County. Would like to find his father.
Genevieve born Aug. 18, 1869.
|HAMPTON, William P.||born in Tennessee in 1789, came to Dade County Missouri as one of the first settlers as early as 1835. Died in Greenfield, Missouri in 1855.|
|HAMPTON, William T.
||born Apr 1865 in Missouri (don't
know county). He moved to Texas about age 14 with grandmother. He
married Mattie Hall from Texas.
|HANCOCK, Mary Catherine
||born in Missouri Nov, 1854,
married Nathaniel Van Noy/Vannoy in Dec. 1881 (according to a Vannoy
genealogy written decades later by distant relatives). They lived in
Indian Territory until mid to late 1880s, and then returned to MO.
Returned to I.T. again after 1890 census was done. Family legend--for
whatever it is worth--had Mary born "near St. Louis" (whatever that
means) and on a plantation which the family lost before or with the
start of the Civil War. If HANCOCK is a name you know about, and
if Mary Catherine "fits" with a name in your line--or even IF some
Hancock in your line married a Mary C. who was b. 1854 in MO I would be
interested to know. I understand there were Hancocks in the Vinita, OK,
area (not far from MO line) in early 1900s, but I am also looking for
|HANCOCK, M. V||married Edith Mae GOLDSBERRY, ROBINSON sometime between 1901 and 1913 possibly in Jasper County, MO. They were living in Hazelhurst, Miss. in 1917 when she died. They had lived there 4 years|
|HAND||Sam or David, Clark Co|
|HAND, Campbell C.
||b1821 VA, married Abagail G.
Sherwood (?) 1844 VA. 1870 Webster Co. MO census shows
family. 1871 marriage returns shows daughter Nancy C. Hand
marriage to John C Jack. 1873 Land Grant Springfield land
Office. I am looking for any information on Campbell or Abagail.
|HAND, Frazey||b. abt 1800 in N.J. & wife Margaret Ferguson from VA. married 1822 in Butler Co. OH. Lived also in IN. Last known in 1850 census in Clark Co. Mo.Believe died abt. 1854. Children , David, mar Hannah LaMaster, 1858, Athens, MO.Samuel, mar.Mary Sidiler, Mary, mar. Amos Valenburg, Margaret, mar. John Chewing,Eliza Ann, mar.William Morris, Sarah Ann,mar.Samuel Morris, & maybe a Jonathan & Benjamin. Carol Turner|
||Joseph Henry Handel of King
City, Gentry Co., MO and his wife Laura Pierce Dawes of Flag Springs,
Andrew Co., MO.
He came by way of Fauquier Co., Virginia, and she via Madison Co., Kentucky.
|HANDY||Looking for any info on Francis Marion Handy, md. Eliza Hagens. Lived in north central or north east MO.|
|HANELINE||Elisah, William David and Virginia Augustus|
|HANEY, Charles||Lewis, Grundy|
|HANEY, Jack||Dallas County, Jasper Township|
|HANEY, James||Lewis, Grundy|
|HANEY, John||ancestors, married Mary Elizabeth Ward, 1839, Polk County Mo. Richard Haney/Haynie married Sarah Snell 1842, Mo.|
|HANEY, Rhoda||Lewis, Grundy|
|HANEY, Sarah||Lewis, Grundy, Daviess|
|HANEY, Warren||Lewis, Grundy|
|HANKINS, Ernest||Pemiscot Co, Hayti Area|
||Eunice was born 14 Jul 1896 in
Missouri. She died 4 Apr 1964, in Marionville, Lawrence Missouri. She
was married to Alfred Sylvester Hedges, he was born 4 Oct 1890, in
Hedrick, Keokuk, Iowa. He died 19, Dec 1930.
|HANLON||John Hanlon is shown on the 1920 St. Louis City, (MO) Census as being 38 years of age and single. He lived on Market Street and was a lodger in the residence. A photograph shows John and a wife, Mary (unknown maiden name) that is believed to have been taken in the 1920's. John died in St. Louis in 1932-34 and may have left a plantation in AL or LA to his wife|
|HANNA||Have lineage for six generations of Hanna
(b 1750, Augusta County VA) to Charles W. Hanna (b 1900, Fayette, MO).
Interested in communicating with descendents of Robert Hanna, James Kelly
Hanna, Alexander Franklin Hanna, and Charles Simpson Hanna, all of whom
resided in Howard or surrounding counties)
|HANNA, Henry||b. 1827 in Ill. to Samuel & Frances E.Chandler Hanna. He mar. Adaline Ferguson b. 1831 in Va. They settled in NW Ark. before moving to Mo @ 1850. They lived in McDONALD Co. owning large amount of land near Noel. Need more info on females of this line. Have lineage from them down to present generation. Also have lineage of Hanna back to 1250 in Scot., Ire, & Eng.|
|HANNA, William George||1836 AR to 1877 Missouri|
|HANNAN, Frank H.||St. Louis|
|HANNEKEN||Franklin, St. Louis|
||St. Louis County
possibly born about 1876 -1880 Believed orphaned at an
early age. Married in Kansas to Sarah KUHN and had 13
children. Frank had an inherited desease known as
Huntington's Chorea. His father unknown may have died of
this also. Searching for his parents.
|HANRATTY||James W. Hanratty born 1843, died in St. Louis 1905. He married Johanna Bergin born 1854 in Roscrea, Ireland, died 1944 in St. Louis. Family lived on Evan Avenue in St. Louis 1878 to 1936 or later. Children: Katherine Hanratty, born 1879, married John A. Stanton; Josephine Hanratty, married Mooney; James W. Hanratty , Jr. graduated from Christian Brothers College in 1908; Edward A. Hanratty; Joseph G. Hanratty; John P. Hanratty; Agnes Hanratty; Charles Hanratty; Cora Estelle Hanratty married ? Simon.|
|HANSBROUGH||Virginia to Mo.|
|HANSEN, Christian||Stoddard County, wife was Eggardine Frandsen both emigrated from Copenhagen|
|HANSHER||Daviess Co. Robert William wife Lucinda (MONGOLD)|
|HAPPE||Crawford, St. Louis & City|
|HAPPE, Johanna Florence|
||Looking for descendents of
Theodore T HARBISON & Mellie E TINKER
There were 14 children born to this couple. Most are buried in Ottery Cem in Iron Co MO.
Have thus far
Pearl m. MINER
Joseph T m. Lora D UNKNOWN
Eugene Elvie m. Minnie Mae UNKNOWN
Irvin W m.Myrtle UNKNOWN
Ernest F m. Mildred m UNKNOWN (not real sure he is one of theirs) He was born in April 1916 and sister born Nov 1916 who I know for sure was a daughter)
Eunice H m. Virgil FRYMAN
Edgar Ray (Don't beleive he ever married)
Faye E (twin to Edgar) m. Unknown MINER
William Jeff m. Beulah UNKNOWN
Holley Lloyd (never married) was mentally challenged, died at Belleview Valley Nursing home
I have 2 females & 2 males unaccounted for.
|HARBISON, Betsy (Bybee)||Iron Co b 1797 KY|
|HARBISON, John||Iron Co b 1794 VA|
|HARBISON, John Jefferson||Iron Co b 1836 KY|
|HARDEE||My grandmother was the only known child of Columbus Washington HARDEE and Alice Jane DONAHOO Hardee. She was born 2/16/1894 in Joplin, MO.|
|HARDESTER||Bates, Gasconade, Macon, Phelps, Pulaski, and Randolph|
|HARDIE, James Riley|
|HARDING||Worth County. James Henderson and Mary Ann Williams Johnson Harding. Children: William Newton; Henry Otto; Nancy Elizabeth (m: Unknown Curley); Ellis Alexander (m: Josie Belle Fletchall); Jacob Seaton (m: Effie May Fletchall); Minnie Delilah (m: William West); Charles Porter|
|HARDING||Myrtle Hermoine Harding married Rollin Luther Whitelock Nov. 13, 1907 in Shelbina, Shelby Co. Missouri she was b. Sep. 26, 1892 in Shelbina, Shelby Co. Missouri. Myrtle's father's name is William Harvey Harding b. Mar. 14, 1856 in Shelbyville, Shelby Co. Missouri. His father's name is William Harding he was b. 1831, North Township, Missouri. His father is John Harding b. 1787 in Maryland. His father is Robert Harding???|
|HARDISTER||Bates, Gasconade, Macon, Phelps, Pulaski, and Randolph|
|HARDREDGE||I am looking for Mary Elizabeth Hardredge(Hadrige) from coast of Maryland who m. Joseph Sharon (Savon) from Wales children's familiesI. They move to Chariton MO. It also says when their third child was born they went over the Cumberland Mountains to Chariton. Some years later they moved to Grundy Co. I am wondering maybe some married in Chariton. Cynthia m. Moses Gec Elizabeth m. John Moore Patsy m. Harback Moses m. Polly Benett-dies,and m. Emily Turner Caroline m. Archie Chitwood and later m. Absolem Day? James dies coming home from the war that he volunteered fighting the Comanches. James twin dies in infancy, Gensy Mary Eliza b. 1826 m. Barna G. Gibbs and moves later to Grundy then to Oregon. I have know idea where to research for the above names. I got this from a copy of a copy of a bible that had these names in. I am not sure if the order of births are correct or not. If you can help me find these people or to lead me to people who can. I would appreciate the help.|
|HARDWICH, William|| his mothers name was Elizabeth
(Laird) hardwich, they
had a home
in Triplett, Mo
His sisters were Rue, Bodie, not sure of his brothers name but one of them I believe was Oliver or something like that,
His father was from England , his mother from Wales
|HARDWICK, Jewell Monroe||b. 1906, Carrollton, Carroll Co, Mo - d.
Carrollton, Carroll Co, Mo
m. Virginia Josephine BROUHARD in Carroll Co, Mo
b. 1921, Carroll Co / Livingston Co, Mo - d. 1998, Carrollton, Carroll Co,
both buried Oak Hill Cem, Carrollton, Carroll Co, Mo
1) Josephine Ruth
3) Carolyn Joan
|HARDY||I know that Margaret Hardy nee fell died
in Rich Hill MO 1891
married to Richard Thomas Hardy. They would have resided in that
area from sometime after 1881.
Mamie Hardy was born in 1883 who later went on and married a David Simpson Cupp and according to 1920 census they were living in center township mcdonald county MO
|HARDY, Isaac Warren||lived in Chariton Co, MO in 1880|
|HARDY, Margrett Fell
|HARDY, Richard Thomas
|HARE, Anna Etta|
||Sr. & Jr. (Edward Haren Jr.
was Confederate Col. in Civil War) also Charles Haren and William
Augustus Haren and or any of their families.
They would have been in and around St. Louis.
|HARFORD||John and Caroline Harford came from Green Co, Ky down the Ohio River to the Mississppi River arriving at a place called Hills Landing, Mo about 1855-58. I have been unable to find a place with this name. Their daughter Jemima Fuller Harford is my gggrandmother.|
||Lafayette County before 1850.|
|HARGROVE, Matt||St. Joseph|
|HARGROVE, Maxwell||St. Joseph|
|HARGROVE, Samuel||St. Joseph|
|HARGUESS||Jim and Permealy Alexander Harguess; children Henry, Will or William born Jan 1, 1874 in MO, died in 1944 in CA, Nancy Adaline Harguess Wrinkle Young born Jan 1881 in MO?died 1956 buried in Galoway MO, Ida Elizabeth Harguess Teague born 2-15-1885 in MO? died 1966 in CA, Andrew Harguess born after 1885 died at age 22.|
|HARGUS||Webster and Greene Co|
|HARLESS, James T||He migrated to Ark. sometime after the civil war. His tomestone has the inscription " Co. E 60 th Eng. Mo. Militia." I can't seem to find anything about him or the company that he was in. He migrated to Mo. from Giles Co. Va.|
|HARLOFF, Johan||He was married in either St Clair Co, Ill (Belville) or St Louis City/Co, MO to Louise Westerheide in 1861. They had 5 children while living in that area. Louise 1864, Johann 1866, Hannah 1868, Fredrich 1870, and Heinrich 1871. The first two claim Ill. the last three MO. Louise Westerheide gave her father's first name as Philip. Another source listed Julius. So far I have only found a Johan Harloff in July 1860 census for St Clair Co. Ill. Since Birth records weren't mandatory then, are any old church records in existance for baptism records, etc?|
|HARLOW, Mary Jane||b. ca. 1839 m. Ambrose Smith 1856 in MO|
||and his wife, Myra Matheis
Harlow, in Jeffersin County in late 1800's.
|HARMAN||Crawford, Iron, Washington, Butler, St. Louis|
|HARMON||Crawford, Iron, Washington, Butler, St. Louis|
|HARMON||Looking Saline County early 1900's
Minnie (Francis or Virginia) Harmon parents possible - W.W. Harmon m. to Messie Cruny Harmon (Missy Crump Harmon)? or John Edgar Harmon and Sally Ann Cropp
|HARMON||I am researching Skaggs, Roderman, Beavers, and Harmon of Reynolds County, Missouri. These folks were in and around Ruble, Missouri from 1900 to present. The Skaggs line is myself Herman Skaggs, Willie Skaggs, Hiram Skaggs, James Holbert Skaggs, and James W. Skaggs. The Roderman's my Grandmother Lula Belle Roderman, Frank Roderman, and Anton Roderman. The Beavers my Grandmother Lizza Beavers, and Robert Beavers. The Harmon's my Mother Cora Harmon, James Henry Harmon, and Henry Harmon.|
|HARMON, Alma S.||daughter of Thomas V HARMON & Elinor Dougherty/Daugherty, born in Phelps City, Atchison, County, Mo., b. Feb 1886|
|HARMON, Anna (Amy or Emma)|
|HARMON, Davidson B||Born 1838 in IL, PROBABLY the son of
George W Harmon and
Sarah F ?.
Both parents were born in TN. Must have been born on the trip to
Atchison County MO, since George Harmon (his probable father) and
Millsap, came to
Atchison County in 1839.
Davidson married Mary M Doyage/Dodge on 20 Jan 1858 in Atchison Co, MO. They had 12 children: Charlotte Lottie; Rebecca Emaline b.21 Oct 1858; William Leroy b.1860; Eliza J. b.1861; Stephen A D b.1862; James E b.1863; Don J F
b.1865; Henry b.1868; Thomas b.1870; Mark b.1872; Clarence b.1875; Minnie Myrtle (my g-grandmother) b.2 Mar 1879.
Davidson worked on the river "river rats" on the barges and ferries.
1870 census, Mo Atchison Co, Rock Port, page 455. David Harmon, age 32, carpenter, born IL Mary, age 30, born KY
Rebecca, age 11, MO William L, age 9, MO Henry, age 3, MO
1880 census living Brownsville NE "Nemaha County"
Davidson died May 1906 in Rock Port MO.
|HARMON, Elizabeth (Endicott)|
|HARMON, Flora Belle|
|HARMAN, Franklin Lewis||Gentry|
|HARMAN, George Washington||? - 1915|
||Crawford County Missouri
Lived in or near the Sullivan area,near or on the banks of the Mermac River.
Mary Johnston was first married to Wm/John Johnson possibly in Ky,before coming to the Caledonia area where a daughter Lucy was born 1844. Lucy married Thomas Collins in Mo., before coming to Southern Illinois.
James Issac Johnson and Edward Howard Johnson born in or near Sullivan.
Mary married 2nd James L. Harmon Nov.15,1853 in Crawford Co.,Mo.
Their children: Cassie Adeline,John D.,Garrison P., M. Kindred,Thomas,Austin and Milton.
Cassie was married to William Isgrigg in Mo. before also coming to Southern Illinois.
Thomas Harmon was also listed as being the only surviving sibling of Edward Howard Johnson when he died in 1944,Thomas was living in Leesburg,Mo.
|HARMON, Henry||b. 1820? m. Mary - their children
1) Theophilus R. Harmon b. 1844 m. Elizabeth J. Mackey b. 1849 Virgina - they married May 26, 1868 Clark County, Mo. - children were: Chester b. 1869 Mo., Emma B. Harmon b. Oct. 19, 1872 Mo., Clarence Edson b. Dec 6, 1874 Ashland, Mo. m. Mamie E. Forbes, Mary M. b. 1879 Mo., and Reginald
2) Albert Camel Harmon b. 1850 Pa. m. Eva O'Brian in 1878 - children were: Adrian b. 1879 Sterling,Ill.and Aubrey Harmon b. 1881 Mt.Sterling,Ill. m. Rose Gomes - Albert m. Cora Tefft in 1885, Ill. - children were: Edward George Willis Harmon b. 1886 and Hazel Harmon b. 1887
3) Clara Harmon b. August 9, 1855 m. Edson B. Christy Jan 1 1875, Clark Co. Mo. children were: Stella, Mabel, Clara, Helen and Raymond
4) E.M. Harmon b. ? m. A.G.Deardorff on April 15, 1879 Clark Co. Mo
5) Mary E. Harmon b. Dec. 1, 1854 Mo. m. Reozen G. Elliot on March 3, 1872 in Clark Co. Mo.
|HARMON, Henry (Hardin) Thomas||County: Unknown
I am searching for the parents of Henry (Hardin) Thomas HARMON. He was born Feb 1858 in MO. His parents were both from KY. He had at least one brother James. He moved to MS at some point - where I found his marriage bond with my ggrandmother, Sarah Francis DONEHOO on May 5, 1887. I also found him on the 1900 Tunica Co, MS Census. One of his neighbor's daughters eventually married his nephew (James' only son) so I think that the family probably came to MS together.
|HARMON, James H||Carroll|
|HARMON, James Louis|
|HARMAN, Mary Elizabeth||1873-1958|
|HARMON, Raymond||born 10/25/50 Clay Co., father Carl E. Harmon b. 10/10/1913 d 11/87 Cass, father Arthur mother Della Fields, Cass, Arthur's father George married to Elizabeth in Cass.|
|HARMAN, William Ray||born 1/25/1868 in Sugar Grove, N.C. Settled in Springfield, MO. Was a physician there, for some time, in the 1920's. married to Ella Robertson (B-9/13/1872) no known location. Remarried after death of Ella. No information on 2nd wife.|
|HARMS, Herman "Sea"||and family, Benton County|
|HARP||searching for parent of Dora Harp, from Luxemburg, MO, born circa 1857. Lived in Lincoln County, MO in 1870 census, married Louis Shingshang there in 1876|
|HARPER||Crawford, Iron, Washington, Butler and St. Louis|
|HARPER, Charles Nelson||b. 1805 Ky. d.2 Nov. 1861, Polk, Co. Mo. Children: John Henry, Sarah M., Mary Elvira, Thomas James, William B., David Joseph|
|HARPER, John A.||on 1860 Census St. Francois Missouri.|
|HARPER, Sarah Jane||known counties (so far): COLE, PLATTE, CLINTON|
|HARR||Elizabeth was born in Mass. Married Jasper Clark|
|HARRA, William Henry|
|HARRELL||Jessie Bryning married ______ Harrell.|
|HARRELL, Frank||b. ca. 1887 in Mo and married Vida(?) b.
ca. 1886 in Tn.
Ruth married William Fowler and Virgie married a Matthews, both moved to Knoxville , TN
|HARRELL, Ida Lee||Jasper Co.
1. IDA LEE HARRELL 1889, daughter of RICHARD HARRELL and MATILDA CARTER. She was born Aug, 1867 in AR, and died Jul 1946 in Heavener, OK. She married GEORGE ALLEN RICHARDSON was born December 02, 1857 in Missouri, and died 1927.
Children of GEORGE RICHARDSON and IDA HARRELL are:
Generation No. 2
2. ZELLA MYRTLE RICHARDSON (GEORGE ALLEN1) was born
Children of ZELLA RICHARDSON and WILLIAM CONDLEY are:
ii. FLOYD STEPHEN CONDLEY
|HARRELL, Martin||in Troy,Lincoln CO first tax list surname spelling HARLEY: Martin HERRAL 1830 census, Lincoln CO, MO:|
|HARRELL, Page||(son of Martin) 1830 & 1840 census Lincoln CO, MO: Page Harrell married Ellen/Ellenor CALLAWAY, possibly Lincoln CO, MO before 1830: Able, (son of Page) married Caroline BIGGS|
|HARRELSON, James Elbert|
William Harriman, Doctor, Clear Creek, Cooper Co., MO -
wife-Virginia Mayo, father of:
Robert L. Harriman, Colonel, of Clear Creek, Cooper Co.,
Regis A. Harriman.
Oscar A. Harriman of Clinton Co., MO.
John M. Harriman, b. 1890 in MO, wife Genevieve, mother's maiden
Christopher Herriman, b. 1814, Hickory Co., MO, farmer and the
father of the following.
William D. Herriman, b. 1850 in MO.
George Herriman, b. 1852 in MO.
Christopher James Harriman, b. 1835 in MO, farmer.
|HARRINGTON||Elisha Harrington and Millicent G. Martin had three children in the 1840s: Emeline A. Lish married (1) James E. Perkins and (2) Alfred Greason Meyers; who did David E. marry and what happened to Nancy?|
|HARRINGTON, Darrell C.||His middle name is either CLIFTON or CLINTON. Born in 1911 died 1967 and is buried in Joplin, married to Emma L. Harrington who was born 1915 died 1993 @ Joplin MO. He is a first cousin to my grandfather Richard Arnold Harrington. Who are Darrell's parents and siblings? Darrell & Emma have children and grandchildren.|
|HARRINGTON, Guy||The only thing I know positively about him is that he was a police officer in Joplin, MO. He would have been born around 1880-90. I think he may be a great-uncle. Does anyone know who his parents or siblings are?|
|HARRINGTON, Roy John||born 8-27-1976 @ Joplin, MO Died 1-17-1941 Buried in Osborne Cemetery, Joplin, MO. Wife was Sophia (Betty) Atwood Arnold Born 4-16-1879 @ Cleburn, TX, Died 2-15-1944 also buried in Osborne Cemetery, JOplin, MO. Who are his parents or brothers and sisters? The only child to make it to adulthood was my grandfather, Richard Arnold Harrington born 6-27-1908 @ Joplin, Married to Etta Luella Brunson, died 6-20-1968 @ Dallas, TX They (Roy and Sophia) also had twin girls that died shortly after birth, and a girl named Betty Belle Harrington that died in infancy.|
|HARRIS||Osage, Ozark, St. Louis|
|HARRIS||brantly harris born n. c. father wm. harris born n.c/ moved to mo about 1840. married susan hopkins . brother peter harris married charity ross. moved from mo to ark. brantly born 1818 peter born 1831|
|HARRIS||Richard Harris, Sarah Lovace their son Charles Harris 2-15-1881 married Mattie Mae Keyser . They had 10 children and moved to Southern Callifornias 1922. Charles was killed in a tractor accident 4-1-1923. Looking for any connection to the Harris Line. Wall Hill, Nebraska and Kansas City Mo.|
|HARRIS||Alexander and Elisa Harris. Lived on
Flora Ave, Kansas City
Had several children (Irene dob abt 1905, Rowland, Eddie) 3 of several.
||William Burks or Birks or Burkes, not sure of spelling , fathers name i believe was Albert Harris|
||FAMILIES OF MISSOURI, Kansas AND
|HARRIS, Amanda||birth: 1870 Ala. her father: Benjiman Harris|
||(1831 - ???)
|HARRIS, Benjamin Franklin
||He was born about 1822 in KY married Barbara Sutton 1852 in Platte Co. MO Had 2 children John Franklin Harris b 1855 and Missouri Belle Harris b about 1857. Benjamin died 1857 in Buchanan Co. MO. John married Flora Thornhill in 1889 and Missouri married a Morrow before 1876. Any information on this Harris family would be appreciated.|
|HARRIS, Booker Mae||buried in the Fairview Cemetery b. April
d. March 10, 1908 his wife was Mary Lambert Neaville can anyone tell me who their parents were, where they were born or other useful information.
|HARRIS, J. Gomorraha
||Was living in Forest City, Holt, MO when he married Bess LeBlanc, Rulo NE in 1896. They had a daughter named Ruth (my grandmother) and I believe a son named Warren. They later divorced|
|HARRIS, John||New Madrid|
|HARRIS, Martha||married Thomas Walls. Daughter, Sarah Ann Walls, married William Henry Wiggins, lived in Okla. Sarah was born in Mount Vernon , Missouri, 1862. Would like to know if other children, and any information you may have on Martha & Thomas.|
|HARRIS, Sarah Marie
||apparently married a HICKS and
later married a John Henry WITT.
Sarah was b. 1846 Howard Co. MO. and died 1904 in Fulton Co.Moko, AR
John Henry Witt was b. 1844 Place unk. - died 1921 bur. State Line Cem.
Fulton Co.,Moko, AR.
They had two children that I am aware of,
1. Jane Mariah Witt. b. May 14,1869, Howard, Co.MO, d. Mar 7, 1958
Jane married Andrew Jackson "Andy" Emery (Hembree) born in Stone Co., MO.
Mar 17, 1857.
2. Charlie Edwin Witt - married Cora Bell Morris Witt
COOPER and HOWARD counties in Missouri
|HARRIS, Thomas B.
||b.1812 NC. Married in TN,
moved to Bollinger County
between 1850 and 1860. Listed in the Bollinger County 1860 Census.
|HARRIS, Vernon Leonard||Jasper Co. Missouri
May 4, 1937 Vernon Leonard Harris applied for Social Security. He lived at 1311 Byers, Joplin, Missiouri. He worked at Ozark Engineering Co. 15th & Indiana at that time. He was born Sept 27, 1890 in Paducah, Kentucky. Father: Alexander
Harris. Mother's full maiden name: Ruth Morrison. Sex: male. Color: white. SSDI shows he died Nov 1962. No place listed where death occured.
Would appreciate any further information about Vernon Leonard Harris. Livingston, KY Births shows a Vernon Harris born 22 Oct 1890. Probably born in the city of Hampton. Father: Alexander Harris Mother's maiden name: Rutha Lloyd. School record in Livingston shows him most of the some born Sept 27, 1890. Father is Alexander Harris. Could these two Vernons be the same person?
|HARRISON||Ralph R. Harrison who was born in Bonnie, MO between 1892-1894. He married Janice Marion Smith who was 20 yrs. younger. He may have been married before. They lived in either the Springfield or Kansas City, MO areas in the mid 1940's. Any relatives out there?|
||Phelps and Maries County,
Missouri circa 1810-1880; North Carolina and Tennessee circa
1780-1810. Kentucky and Virginia, 1700's.
Specifically searching ancestry and descendants of brothers William,
Tyree, and Lewis Harrison, their "widow" mother and "unknown"
father. Believed to be descendants of immigrant
ancestor Isaiah Harrison or brother(s) who arrived via ship Spotted
Calfe from Liverpool, England (via Ireland ) in late 1600's to Oyster
Bay, NY and migrated to Virginia.
|HARRISON, Almarinda Pearl||Carroll Co, b Sep 1896, MO, married Henry W Blankenship|
|HARRISON, Arthur||Born 1853 Yorkshire, UK; emigrated with wife Jane Ann (nee ARMITAGE) to US, settling in Richmond, Ray Co and St. Joseph, Buchanan Co. Children: Ezra(1872), Emma(1875), Albert(1879), Lillie(1881), Mary(1886), Fred(1888), Arthur Jr(1890), Lucy(1893), Robert(1896)|
||b. MO 1837- 1840 & 1850 in
Franklin Co. MO
1860 & 1870 in Moniteau Co. MO
|HARRISON, Daniel Dr.||born abt. 1833 in Ky. wife Sarah (Goodwin) Harrison born in Quincy, Ill.married Adams Co., Ill. on 1-7-1866- moved to Knox, Mo. and was in partnership with a Dr. Northcutt. Looking for any information on date of death and where he was buried. Children are Ella born 1867 - Evelyn born 1869 - Anna born 1872 - Jennie born 1874|
|HARRISON, Garrett||wife Elizabeth FRIEND,
Garrett was born about
1828 in Linden
Missouri. Elizabeth was born about 1832 in Linden
Missouri, Daughter of William Friend,and Elizabeth GRIMES.
|HARRISON, George M.||Carroll Co, b Aug 1858, MO|
|HARRISON, Joseph M.
||Served in 7th MO S.M. (State
Militia) Co. A. resided in Johnson Co. MO 1880 with wife Emily A. no
children noted. Noted in Johnson Co. MO 1890 Civil War pension census,
removed to Snohomish Co. WA and died 1900 burried at our G.A.R.
|HARRISON, Nancy||Married James Smith August 12, 1836,in Mexico, MO. Had 5 children: Sally, William, Armour B., Sidney and James|
|HARRISON, Thomas||and Martha, Thomas and Alvina all of St. Louis, MO.|
|HARRISON, Wilbur||St. Louis|
|HARSEY||Charles, Joseph, St.Louis|
|HART||St. Louis County|
|HART||Douglas and Christian Co.|
|HART||John G. Hart, Levi Hart, Nowell Hart, and Elizabeth Hart. John G.. Levi, and Nowell are brothers and believe that Elizabeth was their sister. Family history mentions them coming from Missouri. These brothers lived and raised families in Fayette Co., Texas.|
St.louis Greene Barton
Roy Charles Joel N Henry Christopher Lawerence Ralph
Thursa Jane Flora Ellen Minnie Verna Annie Lora Viola Mabel
|HART, Katherine||B. . 1857, daughter of THOMAS HART b. Mo. in 1832, d. 1870 and his wife Susan. Katherine married WILLIAM NICHOLSON and they had at least one daughter, HATTIE.|
|HART, Mary Elizabeth
||She married Robert Q. Woodson,
SR. They had eleven children. Mary is my mother. She
died when I was six years old.
I am told she was an only child. I am unsure about this. I would loveto meet anyone who may have known her or any member of her family.
|HARTEGAN, John||Montgomery County|
|HARTER||I am also interested in contacting the caretaker of Laclede cemetary|
||Lafayette County before 1850.|
||Shirley Maxine Hartlein
Eddy. Resident of New Madrid/La Forge. Born 1925, still
living. She is my grandmother and am doing some ancestral research on
her and the Eddy family.
|HARTLEY, Anderson (Buck)||Margaret Ellen Perry Hartley, Married 1852 Jasper County Mo.|
|HARTLEY, James||and wife Mary (surname Whitaker or
in Mercer County, Lindley and Marion Townships, Missouri during
or later. James and Mary and their 4 children lived in Monroe and
Noble Counties, Ohio prior to 1868. Mary died in September, 1881
and is buried in Mercer County, MO.
They had four children: Erasmus, Charles, William, and Louisa. Erasmus lived in San Francisco but Charles, William and Louisa remained in Mercer County and married. Charles married Mary Jones; William H. Hartley married Permelia J. Johnson of Mercer County, Lindley and Marion Township; Louisa married Lilburn Johnson. Lilburn and Permelia were brother and sister. Searching for the death date and burial place of James Hartley. Would very much like to hear from others searching the Hartley or Johnson families.
|HARTLEY, Zimri||married Sarah Chandler 1843 in Platte County Home Page|
|HARTMAN||McDonald, Vernon HP|
Oral tradition says the family immigrated from Switzerland, but we don't know when. Earliest known ancestor is Joseph "Joe" Hartman who m. Mary Kolmeyer, they had issue: Otto Hartman and Joseph John Hartman who was born 1871. Joseph John Hartman (b 1871) m. Sally Harkness and she bore two daus.: Alma (b. bef 1900) and Hilda Wilhelmina born March 5, 1900. Sally died shortly after Hilda, from complications to childbirth. The girls were raised by other families (unknown). Their father, Joseph "Joe" Hartman was a gandy dancer on the Missouri Pacific Railroad. For a while, the two sisters worked in a shoe factory. Alma never married, and was a registered nurse. Hilda Wilhelmina Hartman m. Sgt. Harry Meyers. She died August 1981 in Jefferson City, MO., and had one son: Col. James Joseph Meyers who d. 2002 in Texas.
|HARTMANN, John||Oral tradition
family immigrated from Switzerland, but we don't know when.
Earliest known ancestor is Joseph "Joe" Hartman who m. Mary Kolmeyer,
they had issue: Otto Hartman and Joseph John Hartman who was born
1871. Joseph John Hartman (b 1871) m. Sally Harkness and she
bore two daus.: Alma (b. bef 1900) and Hilda Wilhelmina born March 5,
1900. Sally died shortly after Hilda, from complications to
childbirth. The girls were raised by other families
(unknown). Their father, Joseph "Joe" Hartman was a gandy dancer
on the Missouri Pacific Railroad. For a while, the two sisters
worked in a shoe factory. Alma never married, and was a
registered nurse. Hilda Wilhelmina Hartman m. Sgt. Harry
Meyers. She died August 1981 in Jefferson City, MO., and had one
son: Col. James Joseph Meyers who d. 2002 in Texas.
|HARTWIG, Arthur J.|
|HARTZELL||Nicholas Hartzell moved from Stoystown, Somerset Co., Pa. in 1814 to Ste. Genevieve, Mo. He and Mary Goza had a son, Silas Hartzell, b 1820. Nicholas died in 1822. Mary remarried Samuel Staples. They moved to Washington Co., Mo. Silas married Sarah Marsh from Washington Co. in 1843. They had 9 children|
|HARTZELL, Ivy Bell||Born Sept. 3, 1885 -Died June 12, 1966 in St. Joseph Missouri, Buchanan Co.MO|
|HARVEY, Armeda Ann||m. John Washington Harvey (1934-1911)|
|HARVEY, John||John and wife Sinthy Grogan Harvey Polk or Dade Co.|
|HARVEY, Martin||Kansas City, Jacksons Co|
|HARVILL||Douglas and Christian Co.|
|HARWOOD||I am researching the BOYD family and the HARWOOD or ARWOOD family. James W. Boyd and Nancy A. Boyd of Lawrence county adopted LUCY HARWOOD sometime before 1880. Lucy's family was lost in a fire, and the Boyds adopted her. The Boyds had a son named James H. Boyd, born around 1862. I believe he might have married Lucy. I found the Boyds and Lucy and her children, minus James H., on the 1900 census in Barry County.|
|HARWOOD, Cecil||Freddie and Cecil was adopted boy' from the Children's Home Association of Joplin Mo . Each was adopted in the year of 1904 Cecil was adopted by the family of Greer and Freddie was adopted by a family by the name of Adams. I am looking for the first name and middle name or middle initial of there parents HARWOOD|
|HARWOOD, Freddie||SEE ABOVE|
|HARWOOD, Olive||SEE ABOVE|
|HASE, Frederick "Fritz" William||Warren - My great grandfather, Frederick "Fritz" William HASE, and great grandmother, Rodella Henrietta VAN BIBBER, and eight of their children lived in Pinckney, Warren County, Missouri, around 1899 until ?. I believe he may have received 160 acres of land from the government for service in the army about then. I am also told that he was a minister.|
|HASENJA(E)GER||(at least 4 immigrant Hasenjager - aka Hasenjeger, etc. - families of Adolph & brother Frederick (1835+), Frederick Wm & brother John C (1845+), and others of this surname from Westfalen Lippe area to St. Louis, St Charles, Washington and (mainly Warren) Counties. I have considerable data including copy of earliest known 1354 document of Hasenjegher family in Westfalen Lippe and am seeking missing pieces of the puzzle to complete a history from German & US sources.|
|HASKINS, John William||Bates Co Missouri|
|HASSLER, George W.||Gasconade, Osage|
|HASTING||Looking for J.W. hasting that married Lucinda Gibson. Especially interested in one of their children- a male child named Pearley Faye born circa Aug. 1878.|
||Hastings/Hastin, b. abt 1878??
married a Catherine Tucker, I found them in the 1910 -1930 census in
Greene Co., Missouri, in the 1910 census they had 4 children:
William 9, Mabel 6, Robert 4, Marie 1, , In 1920 a Charles Farmer
cousin was living with them, the son William wasn't with the family.
1930 Charles & Catherine Hasting had a Elzie grandson was living
with them also W R B Tucker father-in-law was living with them.
|HASTY, Benjamin||Looking for the Death of Benjamin HASTY
and wife Lydia DUGGER
both died in 1854 ,probley in Reynolds County,MO
|HATFIELD||Caroline Wallace Hatfield and others. Ripley County Home Page|
|HATFIELD, Francis Marion||Howell|
||married Anna Hattaway, or
|HATHAWAY, David Oscar||Mattie May vanCleave was born in Mo. in July 1880. She was my Grandmother. Howard and Jane were her parents. Mattie married David Oscar Hathaway. I would appericate any information on any of these people.|
||family centered around Grant
City, Worth County. they settled from Germany after 1870.
|HAUFFMAN||Seeking information about Ed Conway Clark married Sarah Jane Hauffman. Their daughter Georgia Savannah Clark, b. 18 Sep 1880, d. 2 Mar 1949 was my great grandmother. I am trying to trace her family lines|
|HAUGH||J.G Clinton m. Clara Haugh-6 sons, 1
Jess, Grandville, Dan, Gent (Jent?), James Robert
Jefferson and Lynda (said Lindy). Lynda-1 daughter, Sylvia and 1 son, Edgar Maxon. James Robert Jefferson Clinton m. Katie Arizona Tucker had 3 sons and 5 daughters, one son died at birth, George Clifton, Elmer Sylvestor, Clara (d. at 18 due to heart), Itaska Pearlee (m. Decker), Vivian Birtie Margeret, Prudie Alma May (m. Armstrong) and Helen Elizabeth (m.
Larson). James R.G Clinton worked as a stone mason with his father in law, Joseph Clifton Tucker (m. Mary Jane Atchley) in Missouri. Joseph and Mary Jane had 6 boys and 2 girls; John, Harvey, Elmer, Jess, Bine (in California), Lonnie (died due to burns), Geary and Altie.
|HAUSAM||St. Charles, Pettis|
||Possibilities before Frederick
A. Frederick Haussman
An IGI that states Frederick Houseman was born November 2, 1812 of Cumberland, PA. Parents were Daniel Houseman and Rebecca Beatty. She notes that it is also said that Frederick Beaty Houseman was born November 1, 1812 in Harrisburg, Washington Co., PA. He died in Waterproof, LA and that his occupation was Cabinet Maker (i.e. Carpenter). She goes on to say that he was named Frederick after his Grandfather and his middle name was taken from his mother's maiden name (misspelled).
B. Daniel Haussman
Two more IGIs for Daniel Houseman born 1774 in York, York Co., PA, with father Frederick Houseman. He was married to Rebecca Beatty (no birth date) of Cumberland, PA on December 12, 1809
C. Freidrick Haussmann
A third IGI for Friedrich Haussmann born about 1754 in Dettingen Unter, Wurttemberg, Germany. His spouse was Eva Margaretha Bauer born about 1758 also in Dettingen Unter, Wurttemberg, Germany. (Submitted by Mr. Jody Dee Jones) "Could this be Daniel's Father/Mother?"
1st Known Generation
According to Sue Welch the 1860 Escambia County, Florida Census, Frederick Houseman and family were living in the Charles Lawrence household. Charles Lawrence was listed as a ship’s carpenter; Frederick Houseman was listed as a carpenter. This supports the strong boatman era of the Housemans and Crofts in Florida. He was born in Pennsylvania and is listed as age 48, which would make his birth about 1812. His wife is listed as being born in New York.
Listed with him is Eliza J. Houseman, whom I assume is his first child judging by the fact that his first son was born only 2 or 3 years after her. However, she could be a young wife.
1. Eliza J. Houseman (this name was hardly legible, so it could have been something else), age 28 at census.
2. James A. Houseman born in Wisconsin May 5, 1835(1834). Died July 24, 1912 and buried in Hatcher Cemetery #761, Freeport, Walton Co., FL (not in the 1860 census with family, i.e. already on his own)
3. George Oliver Houseman born Nov. 1, 1841 in Saint Louis, Missouri. Died Oct. 1886 in Freeport, FL. Age 18 at census.
4. Charles Houseman born about 1847 in MS. Age 13 at census. *Note: They were staying with the Charles Lawrence family, which shows a probable relationship, perhaps Frederick’s father-in-law.
Nothing is known as yet about Eliza J. Houseman.
James A. Hausman/Houseman
The Mormon Pedigree Resource files list James A. as being born May 5, 1835 in MO. However, a blood relative has him born in Wisconsin. Also, the files (I.G.I.) have a different death date of June 12, 1927.
• He first married Lucinda Thomas. She was born 1842 in Gasconade Co, MO. Her parents were William Thomas and Rhoda Hollandsworth (I.G.I. supplied by Carol Southard 115 Hemlock Drive, Mastic Beach, N.Y. 11951) They were married about 1868 (? I’m guessing 1860/61) in Gasconade, MO.
1. Emily “Emma” C. (Catherine) Hausman born July 31,1861/62/63 in Gasconade, MO
2. Laura A. Hausman born about 1869 (IGI) in Gasconade, MO. (Sue & IGI). Died 1890 (IGI)
3. Fred W. Hausman (Frederick - IGI- Carol Southard) born Oct. 1869 (IGI -Carol Southard) in Gasconade, MO. (Sue & IGI- Carol Southard)
4. Francis Hausman (male or female?) born in FL.
5. James Hausman born in FL.
• He second married Gatsey Ann Perkins. She was born April 17, 1851 in Holmes City, FL. She died June 12, 1927 in DeFuniak, Walton Co., FL. Her parents were Samuel L. Perkins and Gatsey Ann Youngblood.
Note: Some sources say that Gatsey was born in AL and looking at her siblings the first five were born in Henry Co., AL:
1. Nancy Perkins born 1837 in Henry Co., AL
2. John Jasper Perkins born June 16, 1839 in Henry Co., AL. Died Jan 30, 1928, buried in Red Hill Cemetery, Holmes Co., FL
3. Martha Jane Perkins born 1842 in Henry Co., AL. Died about 1919
4. Thomas Perkins born 1844 in Henry Co., AL
5. Ellen Perkins born 1848 in Henry Co., AL.
However, starting with Gatsey Ann,
6. Gatsey Ann Perkins born April 17, 1851 in Holmes Co., FL. Died June 12, 1927 in DeFuniak Springs, Walton Co., FL, buried in Hatcher Cemetery, Freeport, Walton Co., FL
7. Sarah A. Perkins born 1853 in Holmes Co., FL
8. James Washington Perkins born December 12, 1854 in Holmes Co., FL
9. Jesse D. Perkins born 1858 in Walton Co., FL. Died 1924 and buried in Millville Cemetery in Bay CO. FL
Oddly enough the last child
10. Cora Ann Perkins was born March 8, 1860 in Georgia, though she died November 3, 1928 in Portland (very near Freeport) in Walton Co., FL.
***Gatsey Ann first married William Jasper Ward about 1874 in FL and having one child together:
1. Ezra L. Ward born 1875 in FL
*I don’t know if James A. Houseman and Gatsey Ann Perkins Houseman had any children together.
George Oliver Hausman/Houseman
Sue gives the exact date of birth for George Oliver as Nov. 1, 1841 in Saint Louis, MO. A conflicting IGI has him born in Camp Walton, Santa Rosa Co., FL. He died Oct. 1886 in Freeport, FL
According to census information, George Oliver lived in Walton County in 1870 with 4 kids, in Santa Rosa County, in 1880 with 4 kids and a mother-in-law, and in Walton County in 1885 with 3 kids at home. He and his wife are both buried in Freeport.
According to a September 24, 1935 copy of the record from the War Department, “The records show that G. O. Houseman, private, company B, 3rd Battalion Florida Cavalry, Confederate States Army, enlisted April 24, 1862, at Pensacola, Florida. This Company subsequently became Company L (or D), 15th Regiment Confederate States Cavalry, C.S.A. about September 1863, and Muster roll of that Company for May and June 1864, last on file, shows him present. No later record of him has been found. Signed, E. T. Conley, Brigadier General, Acting the Adjutant General, by H.L.T., W.H. 10 10 35.” Taken from www.angelfire.com/my/sallingerfamily/rheagenealogy/houseman3generations1.htm <http://www.angelfire.com/my/sallingerfamily/rheagenealogy/houseman3generations1.htm> *(This source, which has a wealth of information, will hereafter be cited as Sallinger.)
**The generations of George Oliver Houseman are taken from Sallinger unless otherwise stated.
There are differences of opinion as to his wife’s last name. One IGI has her as Catherine Bookson, Sue has her as Catherine W. Rossin but the most convincing source, Sallinger, has her as Catherine Wilkinson Rosson, which states their records are taken from an application made to United Daughters of the Confederacy by a granddaughter, Julia Houseman Humphries Damico.
Catherine Wilkinson Rosson was born July 22, 1844 in AL. She died February or July 15, 1892 in Freeport, Walton Co., FL.
They married 1861 in Pensacola, Escambia Co., FL and had
1. Thomas E. Houseman (Sue/Sallinger)
2. Asbury B. Houseman born Oct 22 1862 or 1863. Died March 14, 1951. He married Mary Williams Collinsworth/Colingworth/Collingworth.
3. Fred (Frederick-Sallinger) R. Houseman (Sue)
4. George Washington Houseman born Feb 14, 1869 at Camp Walton, Santa Rosa Co., FL Died July 12, 1936 at Point Washington, Walton Co., FL He married first Ellen Brewer December 5, 1885 in Walton Co., FL. And second Sally Florence Wise March 23, 1896 in New Orleans, Orleans Co., Louisiana.
5. Amy A. Houseman (Sue)
In 1870 George Oliver Houseman lived in Walton County with 4 kids, 1880 in Santa Rosa County with 4 kids and a mother-in-law and in 1885 (Florida State Census) with 3 kids at home. (Sue)
Nothing as yet is known about Charles Houseman.
A. James A. Houseman's Children
Emily “Emma” Catherine Houseman
I have Emma born July 31, 1861 in Gasconade, MO. Some IGIs say 1862, other sources say 1863. I favor 1861 since she was married June 22, 1876 in Sarasota, Manatee Co. FL. That would have made her almost 16 years old when she married John Benjamine Croft. She died sometime in 1941 and is buried beside John Benjamin Croft in Hatcher Cemetery #759, Freeport, Walton Co. FL.
Emma’s family came down the Missouri River (to the Mississippi River) on a flat-bottomed boat. The facts of younger siblings Francis and James being born in FL and Uncle George Oliver being born in Saint Louis, MO and Uncle Charles being born in MS support this.
John Benjamine Croft was born July 1834 in Wheeling, Ohio County, (W) V. Died December 05, 1905 in Walton County.
According to a family member, a bible has written in it that John Benjamin was born in Wheeling in 1834. There are no conclusive records but the 1840 census has 2 Croft households in Wheeling and 2 Croft households outside the town limits. The 1885 Florida State census states he was born in MD. The 1900 census states he was born in VA and that his parents were born in NY.
The 1860 Census shows John B. in Washington County (the parent County of Walton County).
The 1860 Washington County, FL Census lists John B. Croft as an engineer (indicating Steamship engineer). At that time he was married to Eliza A. (Elizah A. Holly - IGI), born February 27, 1840 in AL. Died August 21, 1864.
James Theodore Croft, 9 months.
Other records indicate Ida Love Croft born April 20, 1858 and Adah Eliza Croft born 1863.
With them was James J. Danelley, age a farmer. Mr. Danelley may have been Eliza’s father. I don’t know what became of this family. Perhaps they became casualties of the Civil War. The name Dannelley became prominent in the Walton County community.
In 1861 December 30, Walton County records show John B. Croft bought a half acre lot on the corner of Avenue One and Prospect Street from Samuel and Mary Rutan for 50 dollars.
The 1867-1868 Voter Registration list of Walton County, FL, had him registered as voter #11 in Precinct 7. He had been in Walton County 2 years and in FL 10 years according to the register.
The 1870 Census shows the following:
John B. Croft age 35 born in VA and occupation Engineer. In the household is Anna E. age 21, keeping house and born in AL. (IGI-Anna Elizabeth Belson married August 18, 1867 with only one child indicated: Eva Inez Croft) Ida L. Croft is 2 years old and Ada Croft is 1 year old, both born in FL.
In the 1880 Walton County Census, Precinct 5, is:
John Croft, white, male, head of household
Age 52, (estimated birth year about 1828)
Birthplace: New York
Mother and Father's birthplace: New York
Spouse: Sarah, white, age 30, (estimated birth year about 1850)
Father's birthplace: AL
Mother's birthplace: FL
Son: John B. Croft, age 7, about 1873
Daughter: Mary S. Croft, age 5, about 1875
This may be John Benjamin's father or Uncle or possibly an older brother.
John B. Jr.'s delayed birth certificate states his father was a Marine Engineer. Family hearsay has it he may also have been a Merchant Mariner and probably piloted the sternwheeler, "Captain Fritz". John B. Jr. piloted the "Captain Fritz" for sure, as his daughter told me about riding beside him on the Fritz.
John B. and Emma were married June 22, 1876, in Sarasota, Manatee County, FL. It was not uncommon for an older man to marry a young woman in those days (birth date: July 31, 1861, she was 1 month shy of 16 years old) but the question has been raised as to why Emma and John would go as far as Sarasota to get married. Did they elope or was she just accompanying him on a ship he was piloting or engineering? We may never know, but they did come back to Walton County and settled in Freeport across the bay from her parents.
According to an affidavit made by Freeport Civil War comrade, Robert S. Hatcher, on 6 May 1932 John Benjamin Croft served aboard the transport steamer Ewing as Engineer. The crew on board were regularly enlisted Confederate Navy men, and served onboard until 1862 the Ewing was destroyed by orders of the Confederate government (in a retreat from the advancing Union troops. It may have been filled with stones as a blockade or simply set on fire so it could not be used.) Upon destruction of the ship because the crew was not needed in this particular branch of the service, John B. along with the crew were released to perform Home Guard duty until the close of the war, at which time they were to be considered honorably discharged. He further testified that he saw John B. in full uniform.
In a reply letter from the Adjutant General's Office, signed by Major General C. H. Bridges on 29 July 1931, it states:
"The name John B. Croft has not been found on the muster rolls on file in this office of Company C, of any Confederate States Army organization from the State of Florida numerically designated 1st.
The records show, however, that one John Croft served as private of Company A, 7th Regiment Florida Infantry, Confederate States Army."
In another letter dated 4 November 1932 states, "There is on file in this office no list of the crew of the Steamer 'Ewing' mentioned, but there are vouchers on file dated in April and May, 1861 at Warrington, Florida, showing payments made by a Confederate Quartermaster for the hire of said vessel.
Other records show that in October, 1861, it was used as a troop-ship by the Confederate States Army in the vicinity of Pensacola, Florida." By his own admission, General Bridges admitted in another letter that the Confederate records were far from complete.
In another affidavit dated 11 November 1931 Captain W. G. Barrow of the S. S. Tarpon residing at 119 West Chase Street, Pensacola Florida, Capt. Barrow says that he was personally acquainted with John B. Croft. He says John B. was " Engineer on the Confederate Transport 'Ewing or Euing' which was used for the purpose of transporting Troops and Supplies to and from the various points in and around Escambia Bay Florida, and affiant further says that the said John B. Croft, was in the Confederate Service until after the EVACUATION of the Confederate Forces from and at Pensacola Florida during the Year A. D. 1862, after which time and date the Transport was destroyed by fire at the wharf known as the Ice-House Wharf, and known at the present time as Commendentia Wharf in Pensacola, Florida."
Application #23891: Emma C. Croft was granted John's pension as Pensioner No. 10338 by Special Act of the Legislature of 1933 - Chapter 16095, House Bill No. 314 Approved by the Pension Board July 27, 1933; became a Law June 12, 1933 as overseen by Roumelle Bowen, Secretary, State Board of Pensions. Emma lived at Route 2, Box 29 Pensacola, FL at that time.
It was not uncommon for an older man to marry a young woman in those days but the question has been raised as to why Emma and John would go as far as Sarasota to get married. Did they elope or was she just accompanying him on a ship he was piloting or engineering? We may never know, but they did come back to Walton County and settled in Freeport across the bay from her parents. They had 9 children, 8 that survived.
1. John Benjamin Croft, Jr. born April 25, 1878 in Freeport, Walton County, FL. Died January 19, 1959 in Pensacola, Escambia Co., Fl buried in Clopton Cemetery, Pensacola.
From Jeanine Mae Stoddard Jenkins (Neni) and Janet Alberta Stoddard Scotto: "A remarkable man, he was small, thin and agile. He was a slow writer but noted for his penmanship." Janet remembers he would twirl the quill high over his head and with a great flourish come down to make the most exquisite letters. A United States Coast Guard License to U. S. Merchant Marine Officer certifies John B. Croft Jr. licensed as Chief Engineer of Steam Vessels dated 15 June 1950, issued from the Port of Mobile, AL.
"He piloted the Captain Fritz, with passengers below and timber and other goods up top, from Freeport to DeFuniak Springs, Panama City, Pensacola and New Orleans."
He was employed by the War Department to teach navigation at Fort Barrancas, FL, receiving an annuity of $833.00, payable in installments as retirement. After his first wife, Annie Laurie Burnham, died birthing Juanita Almeda he married again to Margaritte Victoria Davis. Juanita Almeda remembers that she had beautiful long black hair, and that she was good to the girls." Then the unthinkable happened. Margaret died in childbirth with her second son, John Bruce Croft (Probably of childbirth fever since dates seem to indicate she did not die immediately).
John Bruce says John B. Jr. had a very hard time after that. Their maternal grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. H. A. Davis, adopted the two boys, William Kemper and John Bruce. Their grandparents later sent the boys to boarding school in North Carolina. William Kemper sneaked out and lied about his age to join the Army.
John Bruce only remembers seeing his father once. John Bruce later regained contact with one of the girls, Anna Lee. John Bruce is fiercely proud of his nephew Captain Frank Liberato (of Pensacola).
John B. Jr. married a final time to Georgeanna Reddick Watson four years later. He and Georgeanna never had any children. The children listed are all from Georgeanna's first marriage to Albert Watson.
John B. Jr. died in Pensacola in 1959. He and Georgeanna are buried together in Clopton Cemetery.
Married 1st Annie Laurie Burnham March 20, 1890- February 11, 1914 Freeport, buried in Hatcher Cemetery #559. Married November 24, 1907 in DeFuniak Springs, Walton Co. FL, witnessed by James A. Houseman & Rufus L. Burnham.
• May Pauline Croft November 30, 1908- May 05, 1909 Freeport (infant death) Hatcher Cemetery #560
• Anna Lee Croft September 29, 1910 Freeport- March 07, 2002 Pensacola. Married Frank Liberato February 28, 1927 in St. Stephens Catholic Church, Pensacola, FL. (more)
• Juanita Almeda Croft March 02, 1913 Freeport- February 08, 1998 Baldwin, FL, outside of Jacksonville. Married Jack Calvin Sisk Stoddard (more)
John B. Croft, Jr. married 2nd Margurette Victoria Davis February 26, 1881- December 02, 1918 Davis Cemetery, Freeport, Walton Co. FL. Married December 16, 1916 DeFuniak Springs, Walton Co. FL.
• William T. Kemper Croft November 30, 1917 Freeport-1942 Philippines on the "Bataan Death March"
• John Bruce Croft November 06, 1918 Freeport-__________Texas. Married Doris Lethurne Krauskopf (more)
John B. Croft, Jr. married 3rd Georgeanna Reddick Watson December 08, 1874 Portland, Walton Co. FL- September 10, 1961 Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL, Clopton Cemetery, (#401?) Escambia Co. FL. Married September 05, 1922 Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL (more)
2. William Franklin Croft born December 04, 1879 in Freeport, Walton County, FL. Died ____ buried Panama City, Bay Co. FL.
William “Willie” Franklin Croft married Helen Blanche Brown, a schoolteacher from New York. He started a dry goods store in DeFuniak Springs where they first made their residence. Later, they moved to Saint Andrews Bay (Panama City) where between March 1924 - May 1935 he operated W. F. Croft Company “Outfitters for Men, Women and Children”, 200 S. Harrison Ave, Panama City, FL-Clothing store. There are store advertisements in the period newspapers kept at the Bay County Public Library.
According to Aunt Connie (Herman Edward's daughter), William Franklin’s younger brother, Herman Edward, moved his family from Pensacola to work at W. F.'s store. They were only there a short time. Herman's wife Mattie hated Saint Andrews (Panama City), so they moved back to Pensacola.
William Franklin sold out to the Wengrews, presumably because his two girls were gone. Florence Imogene died in 1930. Helen had died late in 1933. Perhaps like Mattie, Blanche preferred DeFuniak Springs to Panama City, as she is interred at the Magnolias in DeFuniak Springs.
He sold out to the Wengrews, presumably because his two girls were gone. It may be that he had met his second wife, Lenora Morris, by then and wanted a fresh start. I was told that William was buried in Panama City, though I have as yet found no record of his death, his interment, what happened to Lenora or their daughter Pauline Croft.
Married 1st Helen Blanche Brown November 29, 1883, Clymer, Chautauqua Co. NY- September 14, 1933, Panama City, Bay Co. FL. Buried Magnolias Cemetery, DeFuniak Springs, Walton Co. FL. Married May 27, 1907 DeFuniak Springs, Walton Co. FL
• Florence Imogene Croft Abt. 1908- February 11, 1930 St. Andrews Bay (Panama City), FL, from obit, St. Andrews Bay News. Mattie Emily Newsome Croft remembers Imogene was mentally impaired.
Married 2nd Leonora Morris November 25, 1894-December 5, 1984 Ebenezer Cemetery, Vernon, Washington County, FL
• Pauline Croft
3. Belver L. Croft born March 01, 1882 (female, infant death) in Freeport, Walton County, FL
4. Thomas Lee Croft born October 16, 1883 in Freeport, Walton County, FL married Mary Etta “Mamie” Mayo
According to Juanita Almeda, Tom had a Barber Shop in DeFuniak Springs for a while. At least three of the boys were in the profession at one time or other, maybe more. Sometime after he married Mamie, they moved to New Mexico. We found him and Mamie in the 1930 Federal Census in Santa Fe. January 19, 1959 their residence was in El Paso, Texas. By the time Layman died in 1970, they had moved their residence to Albuquerque.
Juanita only had one tidbit on Mamie. She said Mamie was from Europe.
The 1908 Escambia County Voter's List published in the paper a Thomas L. Craft is listed in precinct #13. Precincts #12 & #13 are listed as East Palafox Street (Pensacola, FL). There are several Mayos also listed:
John Mayo in precinct 12
F. M. Mayo in precinct 13
F. A. Mayo, J. L. Mayo, M. Mayo & W. H. Mayo in precinct 22 (Century, FL)
*Note that C. D. Craft & Walter H. Craft are listed in precinct 26 designated as City East.
They had one child (I know of)
• Inez Croft
5. James Earnest Croft born March 25, 1885 in Freeport, Walton County, FL Died October 06, 1918 in Pensacola, Escambia Co, FL in the Flu epidemic, buried Hatcher Cemetery #756; Freeport, Walton Co. FL.
December 23, 1907 in Freeport, Marriage performed by D. E. Douglas, Justice of the Peace & witnessed by James Barnette? & Will Ward, he married Jessie Edna Ward January 05, 1890, Saint Andrews Bay, FL- December 28, 1970 in Chattahoochee State Hospital (of Alzheimer’s), Gadsden Co. FL, buried St. John Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL. She was daughter of Jesse Eldridge Ward and Lucy Ann Taylor, granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin Ward (Dale Co. AL) and Martha Mary Edna Gilley (AL), great-granddaughter of James Benjamin Ward (North Carolina) and Mary Elizabeth English (Georgia) (more)
There are discrepancies in documentation as to when Jim was born. The 1900 census has him born in 1886: the 1885 census says he was 4 years old, which would be 1881. His gravestone at the Hatcher cemetery has 1885. His granddaughter, however, says he was born in 1885. Juanita Almeda remembers that he went to war. Sadly, he died in the 1918 Influenza epidemic. After his death, his wife Jesse Edna Ward Croft married a Peterson, but not before she and Jim had Lucy Edna and Mildred Florence
Like his father, Jim was a Chief Engineer of Steam Vessels. The Wards were also boat builders.
• Lucy Edna Croft October 16, 1911, Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL- about 1980, Nashville, TN, buried St. John Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL. Married Joseph Floyd Williams (more)
• Mildred Florence Croft January 27, 1914, Southport, Bay Co. FL- February 18, 1988, Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL, buried Bayview Memorial Gardens - Pensacola, FL married Reuel Walter Grierson, Sr.(more)
6. Samuel Herbert Croft born February 03, 1887 in Freeport, Walton County, FL- March 06, 1959 in Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL, buried Clopton Cemetery, Escambia Co. FL. April 18, 1906 in DeFuniak Springs, Walton Co. FL married Flora Etta Campbell, witnessed by Larry? J. Ward & Mary Campbell (more)
Not much is known about Herbert or his family. That may be because Juanita Almeda says they moved around a bit, from Freeport to Chattahoochee and Panama City. Aunt Connie provided the names of the three children listed but Juanita Almeda thinks there may have been five. Not much is known about his wife Flora. I have no pictures or documents for Herbert.
6. Herman Edward Croft born January 21, 1890 in Freeport, Walton County, FL- February 20, 1940, Brownsville, Escambia Co. FL, buried Pine Forest United Methodist Church Cemetery, Row 2, Grave 74 - Pensacola, FL.
January 23, 1918 married in Pensacola, FL by Judge Henry Bellinger to Mattie Emily Newsome December 13, 1893, Prentiss, MS- August 18, 1979, Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL, buried in Bayview Memorial Gardens - Pensacola, FL (more)
When John B. Croft, Sr. died in 1905, most of the family moved to Pensacola. In a Pensacola Directory record found by David Grierson, Herman is listed as a deckhand, living with mother Emma and sister Ruth. According to my records, when Herman enlisted as a private on 25 January 1918, he is recorded as being a salesman.
His draft card says he was single, living with his mother, had grey eyes, brown hair and stood 5’ 6” tall. His residence at the time was 609 Alcanez Street. I think Aunt Connie told me he was a Fuller Brush salesman. Herman married Mattie just 2 days before he was enlisted in the Army. He fought with an artillery unit on the Meuse bordering France, Belgium and the Netherlands; also on the Moselle on the French/German border. He was decorated with medals, badges and citations, and was honorably discharged from Company “A” at Camp Jackson, SC on 7 July 1919. He later managed or was working partner of Kelly Company Hardware Store for Joe Coleman in the Brownsville area of Pensacola. His Social Security number was issued 21 October 1937. He died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the store. Connie remembers him talking about voices in his head. Juanita Almeda remembers he suffered from headaches and Mattie remarked she thought something had happened to him in the war. When the coroner’s men came for the body, they gave a note addressed to Mattie that was found on his body. The newspaper covered the story and cousin Brenda Jo has the clipping. When Brenda and I found Grandpa Herman’s grave, it had been decorated, leading us to believe that someone in Pensacola has been taking care of his grave. We were told that two of Herman Edward’s brothers came to the funeral drunk and that’s why Mattie and the kids Connie and Ed, Jr. disassociated from the rest of the family – except Aunt Sallie and Uncle Layman – who Mattie visited regularly until the day she died. It may have been one of them, who left the decorations at his grave in 2005. Whoever it was, we wish we could thank them for maintaining the grave and possibly being responsible for setting the military headstone, as we were told that he was in an unmarked grave.
7. Ruth Cleveland Croft born September 25, 1892 in Freeport, Walton County, FL- June 23, 1950, Pensacola, buried Clopton Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL. She married June 07, 1910 to William Yuille Lewis II born July 28, 1891 in Bagdad, Santa Rosa Co. FL- November 12, 1960, Pensacola, buried Clopton Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL They had 8 children together (more)
Juanita Almeda remembers visiting Aunt Ruth when she was 6 years old (1919). Aunt Ruth was sickly at the time. She remembers Ruth and Eulie lived at 1015 East Desoto Street in Pensacola.
I spoke to grandson “Jerry” Gerald Lee Lewis, son of Ruth and Yuille’s second child James Freeman Lewis. He and wife Evelyn Dorothy Okolowitz, along with their 4 children live in Provo, Utah.
9. Charles Layman Croft born November 09, 1895 in Freeport, Walton County, FL-August 28, 1970 Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL, buried Bayview Memorial Gardens - Pensacola, FL. Married Sally Belle Walker October 13, 1900 Freeport, Walton Co. FL-July 22, 1985 Pensacola, Escambia Co. FL, buried Bayview Memorial Gardens - Pensacola, FL. Children Nell Marie Croft, Bernadean Croft and Charles Layman Croft, Jr. (more)
I found Charles Layman Croft, Jr. interred in Evergreen Memorial Gardens there in Panama City. Nell died just last year (2005); Bernadean has been gone for some time. Bernadean married Perry Steve Baniakas, owner of Perry’s Seafood, a very well known and frequented restaurant in Pensacola. I believe it was Bernadean who was said to have the family bible with John Benjamin’s birth record.
Aunt Sally Belle did quite a bit. She organized the first Life saving team in Pensacola. She also started and maintained the first ever full service daycare.
My Aunt Connie Constance Marie Croft Iverson Lavendar, hated going to Uncle Layman and Aunt Sally’s house because she always felt upstaged by her cousin Nell.
Uncle Layman made good money as an Engineer (I think Civil Engineer) and Nell’s clothes were always fancier. Her daughter, Brenda Jo (Brenda Jo Iverson Chandler), says she felt Nell flaunted her talents on their piano, as well. So much so that she begged her mother, Mattie, to buy her a piano. No one knows where Mattie got the money to pay for a piano but she did. Aunt Connie got so good that she taught lessons to hundreds of students over the years and she was faithful to play the piano at Heights Baptist Church in Pensacola every Sunday until she got too sick in her last years. Years later, Connie’s daughter, Brenda Jo, made the same impossible request of her mother. Somehow she managed to scrape together the money for Brenda Jo, who went on to earn a Music degree and teaches music in the school system. Further, Aunt Connie taught all of my siblings (the money ran out with me unfortunately). Today my second eldest brother, Glenn Michael Croft, plays piano, organ, flute and about 10 other instruments. My third eldest brother Earl (James Earl Croft), also plays about 13 different instruments and after years of being volunteer worship leader at his church in Whiteville, NC, has been hired as part-time Music Minister. My twin sister, Gloria Ann Croft DeRoche, in Prairieville, LA., has been playing the piano for her church for a number of years as well. Gloria has gotten Glenn to accompany her on his flute numerous times for special church music. (All that from Aunt Nell!!!)
Nothing is known about the other James A. Houseman children at this time.
B. George Oliver Houseman's Children
I can't add much more than can be found on the Sallinger website at www.angelfire.com/my/sallingerfamily/rheagenealogy/houseman3generations1.htm except to add the masterful epiphany that Sue Welsh had, namely, that in the 1900 Walton County Florida Census where there are 4 Houseman cousins in John B. and Emma Houseman Croft's household - Hellen, Catharine "Kate" W., Ida and Essie - if you look closely "Helen's" birth date matches perfectly with Ellen Brewer Houseman, and Catharine W., Ida (or Iva-SueWelsh) and Essie would be Ellen and George Washington Houseman's three girls.
I did find an IGI on Helen Essie Vanada Houseman but Sue gives her birth date as January 1894, whereas the IGI says January 5, 1895 in Point Washington. If they are the same person then she married William "Willie" Earnest Graham October 20, 1920 in DeFuniak Springs. He died September 24, 1963 in Riverside,San Bernardino, CA and was buried September 27, 1963 in Fullerton, Orange County, CA. This Essie died December 9, 1975 in Loma Linda, San Bernardino, CA.
However, there is a Social Security Death Record of a Helen Houseman born January 22, 1894, died June 7, 1991 in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, FL 33309 with residences in Oakland Park and Tamarac, both Broward County.
George and Catherine had the following children:
1. Asbury B. Houseman - (Oct. 22, 1862 or 1863 - March 14, 1951) m. Mary Williams Collinsworth [two other spellings are indicated in a letter and on a photo written by her children: "Colingworth" and "Collingworth"]
Born Oct. 22, 1862 or 1863 in Pollard, Alabama
Died March 14, 1951
Asbury married Aug. 21, 1883 in Pensacola, Escambia Co., Florida:
Mary Williams Collinsworth
Born July 1, 1867 in Rocky Bayou (or Milton), Florida
Died April 14, 1961 in Cedar Ridge, Colorado
(Mary remarried at least twice)
Asbury and Mary had nine children:
(I)----George Alfred Houseman - (Jan. 5, 1885-May 2, 1961)
(II)---Clara Lee Houseman - (May 9, 1887-Jan. 26, 1961) - Was a twin to Annie Catherine.
(III)--Annie Catherine Houseman - (May 9, 1887-Abt. Nov. 1888) - Was a twin to Clara Lee.
(IV)--Bessie May Houseman - (born Nov. 17, 1889-died after 1961) - m. 'Gus.' Gus died Nov. 1944. They lived in Bay View Heights, top of Cottage Hill, near Mobile, Alabama
(V)--**Ora Bertha Houseman - (March 16, 1892-Feb. 9, 1931) m. Brainard Fuller Cullen
(VI)----Iva C. Houseman - (born April 4, 1894-died after 1961) - m. Harry Cooley. Harry died Nov. 30, 1956. They lived in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
(VII)---Julia Inez Houseman - (March 18, 1896-Sept. 30, 1994) m. twice: Eldridge Humphries (born Nov. 22, 1890 in Apalachicola, Franklin Co., Florida) and Delga 'Dutch' Damico. She married Delga Damico Dec. 21, 1956 in Washington, D. C. They had no children together.
Julia was born in Freeport, Washington Co., Florida and died in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She was in the U. S. Army 1942-1943 and later was a switchboard operator at the Smithsonian Institute, Washington D. C. Eldridge Humphries is listed in Franklin County, Florida 1917-1918 Civilian Draft Registration WWI).
Julia and Eldridge had three sons:
--Julian C. Humphries
--George Humphries (deceased)
(VIII)--Robert Asbury Houseman - (Oct. 1, 1899-Sept. 1959)
(IX)----Ina Lois Houseman - (May 1, 1901-May 1, 1902)
2. Thomas E. Houseman
3. Frederick R. Houseman
4. George Washington Houseman - (Feb. 14, 1869 - July 12, 1936) m. twice: (1) Sally Florence Wise and (2) Ellen Brewer [Our information is taken from the LDS Ancestral Files]
George was born in Camp Walton, Santa Rosa County, Florida and died in Point Washington, Walton, Florida...Buried July 12, 1936 in Point Washington.
~ (George was married twice :) ~
• George married Ellen Brewer Dec. 5, 1885 in Walton, Florida
In the 1880 Census George Washington (age 11) was living with his father George Oliver Houseman in Santa Rosa County. Ellen Brewer was 16, living with her mother Sofy in Walton County.
In the 1885 Census George Washington was 16 years old, living in Freeport, Walton County, with father George Oliver, Catherine and a brother and sister. By Dec. 5 however, he had married Ellen.
~ (George and Ellen had three children :) ~
(1) Catharine W. Houseman - (born Oct 1886 in FL)
(2) Ida or Iva Houseman - (born Nov 1889 in FL)
(3) Essie Houseman - (born Jan 1894 or Jan 5, 1895 in Point Washington, Walton Co., FL)
This bears repeating: I did find an IGI on Helen Essie Vanada Houseman but Sue gives her birth date as January 1894, whereas the IGI says January 5, 1895 in Point Washington. If they are the same person then she married William "Willie" Earnest Graham October 20, 1920 in DeFuniak Springs. He died September 24, 1963 in Riverside, San Bernardino, CA and was buried September 27, 1963 in Fullerton, Orange County, CA. This Essie died December 9, 1975 in Loma Linda, San Bernardino, CA.
• George married Sally Florence Wise March 23, 1896 in New Orleans, Louisiana
Sally was the daughter of Floyd Wise and Emmaline Halley and was born Sept. 22, 1876 in Point Washington, Walton, Florida and died May 19, 1945 in Pensacola, Escambia, FL and buried May 21, 1945 in Point Washington.
~ (George and Sally had five children :) ~
(1)--Mynna Zoe Houseman - (born Nov. 23, 1895 in Vancleave, Jackson, MS - died April 4, 1958)
(2)--Henry Eugene Houseman - (born Oct. 22, 1897 in Vancleave, Jackson, Miss. - died May 12, 1957)
(3)--Mae Thressa Houseman - (born Dec. 23, 1899 in Orange, Texas)
• She married a Burleson and had Sue Welsh’s mother B. Burleson pictured below.
(4)--Robert Homer Houseman - (born April 7, 1907 in Point Washington, Walton, Florida - died May 27, 1977)
(5)--Joseph Bayliss Houseman - (born Dec. 17, 1910 in Point Washington, Walton, Florida - died Oct. 20, 1912)
C. Charles Houseman's Children
Hopefully we'll find more on Charles and his family soon...
||Parents: Father: Unk b. per census WI or
MO Mother: Unk b. IL or MO
b. abt 1888 IL
d. 1974 St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
1920 census records show him in Bonhomme,St. Louis, MO
m. Stella Walker Parents: John C. Walker and Amanda Wade have their info
b. abt 1890 MO
Roland W. Havenor
b. Jan 12, 1913 MO
d. May 15, 1978 Volusia Co., FL age 65 Florida Death Index
Also registered with the Railroad Board.
I am looking for any family related to this family line.
This is the only information we have on them after Stella
married Wallace. From our understanding, Roland Havenor, never had children.
We would like to know what happened to all the family's belonging's
after they all passed away.
Stella Walker-Havenor may have had Walker photo album's
and other belonging's that the Walker family would be interested in seeing.
|HAVENER, Richard Basil|
|HAVENS, Ruth Elizabeth||b.September 30, 1853, in MO., d.February 18, 1928. She was married to McDenster Rinck in Phelps, Co., MO. on January 01, 1873.|
|HAVERSTICK, Mary||Jefferson County and St. Francois County. Married John Wilkson about 1869 died about 1875 in Bonne Terre, Perry Twp., St Francois|
||Counties: Oregon County, Louisa Haw married Joseph Cantrell 1881.|
|HAWES||Given names: Henry or Henderson, Melvin, Charles from Phelps and Maries counties.|
|HAWES, James W.
||b. abt 1839, Ill.
M. California Welch, b. abt. 1839 in Barry Co. Missouri
James served in the Civil War. Joined the TX 12 Infantry confederate side
Had 4 children and was killed in the civil war at 27 yrs old.
Place unknown and burial site unknown.
|HAWKINS||Mercer co. Kin came to MISSOURI in 1870s from Lawrence co., IN. Maybe near SOWDER people|
|HAWKINS||Joseph H., William, Mahalia Jane (Washington County and surrounding area)|
||Richard and Nancy
Lived in Ray County, had two children that I know of Nettie Geneva and James.
|HAWKINS, Elizabeth||Osage, Mo.|
|HAWKINS, Fannie Maude||born 1892, Gentryville, Gentry Co., Mo. Married a Mr. Rice, Had 6 children, August, Viola, Sarah(Sally), George, Martha Fannie and Carl. Divorced (date unknown) Married Mr. Albert had a son named Everett. She was 1/2 Cherokee Indian. Her mother (name unknown) was a Cherokee princessFannie Maude Kawkins died in March 1993 at 101 years old.|
|HAWKINS, James H.||Gentry County
James H. was married to Eliza Ann Stafford. Their children were Lillie May, Missouri Belle, Ernest, Hershel, Dollie, Frankey, Rosa. James was the son of Dania Drucilla Bittick Hawkins Wheeler and John J. Hawkins.
||(born April 1847, in Missouri)
was married to Jenny. Listed in the 1900 Malden, Dunklin County, Cotton
Hill Township, Missouri Census. With them are my grandparents,
James T. and Josie McNew. Josie is listed as their daughter.
Josie is listed as a Mosley in the family Bible and on their marriage
|HAWKINS, Leona (Wilson)||Madison or near by Co.|
|HAWMAN, Wesley L.||DeKalb|
|HAWN||David Hahn/Hawn/Haughan (1802-1846) married Emelia Craddock in Madison Co, in 1830. He was the son of Christian Hahn & Anna Magdelena Schell. He and Emelia had Thomas (1832), Ann (1837), Samuel (1841) & Christian (1844). They were also in Bollinger and Cape Girardeau Counties.|
|HAY, Mary C.||also of Arkansas...married a David Cornell in apx later 1860's. His ftr: George Cornell, lived in McDonald Co., MO,l880. David left their kids with him "on his way to TX" according to family.|
|HAYDEN, John G.
||Monroe and Platte counties of
Missouri 1830 to present.
|HAYES||John and Annie , Henry, Carroll County Missouri. 1857 on.|
|HAYES||Newton County. Found them on the
1880 census but the
there prior to 1862.
||Edward Adolphus Rochelle Hayes born December 25, 1876 to a former slave Mary Walker Newman. Mary met a white medical student who fathered Edward and gave him his last name. Edward Hayes was later given to a white man, Charlie Lewis around 1878. Charlie gave Edward to his mother, Susan Patrick, who raised him. The original Hayes family was white. They lived on 10th street in Columbia, Boone, Missouri and owned a hardware store, Hays Hardware Store on Broadway street in Columbia, MO. Kirk Hayes( 1/2 uncle to Edward) ran the store until it was sold to Harold Hickman.|
Looking for information on the family of Silas Hayes, listed 1850 census in Silver Creek Township, Randolph Co., MO. His wife is Nancy: children: Robert, Elizabeth, Martha, Josiah, George M., and Unnamed. My grandfather Charles (Charley) Edward Hayes left little information about him and his family. Records indicate he was born in MO and in only one place he mentions his father’s name was Silas. We estimate his birth to be around 1-1-1952. Trying to locate this family to determine if the unnamed child born in 1850 could be my grandfather.
|HAYES, Albert Joseph|
|HAYES, Bob||married to Mittie GOURLEY. She died in 1972. She lived in the cape Girardeau areas. She had children: Beatrice, Charles and Eric (not sure if they were from 1st husband Harbert Smith or 2nd husband Bob hayes or Haynes. If you have these names in family or seen them in cemetery in the area, please email me|
|HAYES, Cora Elizabeth
||She was born on Sept. 14, 1883
in Terre Haute, IN and died on July 2, 1955 in Pilot Knob, MO.
Married to George Ellis Vance who was born in Ellington, MO around 1883/84. He died in/around Pilot Knob, MO in 1967.
|HAYES, Deborah A.||born 1825 married 1. Charles C. Orr 2. Arent TerHorst in 1869 in Johnson Co, MO. Arent and Deborah moved to Cherokee County, KS where she died in 1905. Arent served in Civil War while living at Warrensburg, Johnson Co, MO.|
|HAYES, Geroge Washington
|| b 1840 in Missouri;
parents allegedly had a plantation; reported to have been a Confederate
soldier in the Battle of Pea Ridge AR in 1862. Married CELIA ANN
|HAYES, Joseph A.||12-5-1855 d. 1933
Joseph A. married to Martha Miller. was born 12/5/1855, lived his entire life in or around Putnum County, serving 4 terms as Lincoln Township's constiple. After moving to Unionville in 1897. he was elected sheriff of Putnum County for a six year term and re-elected in 1912 for a second term. Children that I know of three sons, Alva Alfred b. 2-9-1888 d. 2-9-1965, Charles E b. 8-29-1889 d.11-19-1915, William b. 1878 d. 1964
|HAYES, Margaret||born 28 Dec 1851, of Linn county, MO. Margaret married Vincent Corpus BRUCE of Linn county, MO. on 12 Jan 1873. Vincent/Margaret had 12 children, 2 died in infancy. Later in life moved from Linn county to Livingston county, MO.|
|HAYES, Moses Franklin
||married to Nora Madge Mae (Keeney) Hayes and one daughter Nancy Emaline Hayes.|
|HAYES, Thomas L.||Greene County. Addie Mae Hayes Arnold, Michael McVeigh, Goodnight, Canterbury.|
|HAYNES||Jasper,Audrain and Newton countys|
|HAYNES, Lena Alice
||from Butler County and would
like information on her parents. Lena was born in Arkansas abt
1881, her Father was born in Ohio, and her Mother was born in
Illinois. Lena’s 2nd marriage (age 29) was to Nathan A. Stout
(age 55) at the time of the 1920 census; her first marriage to Thomas
D. Thompson produced 5 children from Butler County: William – born abt
1910, Louis Chalmers – born abt 1912 (of which I am a descendent),
Isabel L. – born abt 1914, Hazel L. – born abt 1915, and Clara A – born
|HAYNES, Bob||married to Mittie GOURLEY. She died in 1972. She lived in the cape Girardeau areas. She had children: Beatrice, Charles and Eric (not sure if they were from 1st husband Harbert Smith or 2nd husband Bob hayes or Haynes.|
|HAYNES, Henry Jefferson|
|HAYNES, John D.|
|HAYNES, Nancy Buford||Iron|
|HAYS, Albert Joseph|
|HAYTER, Andrew Baker||Clinton, DeKalb|
|HAYTER, Elizabeth Kernes||Clinton, DeKalb|
|HAYTER, William Thomas||Clinton, DeKalb|
|HAZELL, Henry William||(born about 1881 in England , wife Vera , son Harry William Jr. (born 1918 in Missouri0., daughters Florence & Marion. Living in St Louis, Missouri at time of 1930’s US Federal Census.|
|HAZELRIGG, Geoge||Linn CO MO|
|HAZEN, Seymour||Jasper County, Missouri|
|HEAD, John H.||b. 2/4/1869, Saltville, VA, d. 7/31/1956, Kansas City, MO (JACKSON, CLAY & RAY Counties) m. Fannie Miller, b. 9/10/1868 in Illinois. Children - Dorothy Odette and Sarah Helen.|
|HEADRICK||St Charles, Taney, Howard, Chariton, Pettis, Nodaway - Home Page|
|HEADRICK, Isaac||Isaac HEADRICK/HEDRICK and his family. He married Nancy RAY/WRAY. The family resided in Missouri from approx. 1841 to 1858-60.|
|HEARD||Douglas and Webster Co Home Page|
|HEARING||Samuel and Susannah resided in Syrisville, York Twp, Putnam County circa 1840-1862. Moved family to Oregon to escape Civil War.|
|HEASTON, Fetters||Home Page|
Israel Heath and Elizabeth Blue. VA to MO. All the kids spreading out
in Missouri. Richard Blue Heath to TX. Share info found, family
history. When did Israel and Elizabeth die? Where buried? Moses
McComas 5 kids married 5 Heath's connection.
|HEATHCOCK, Emma Estelle (Pace)||Franklin|
|HEATHER, Bob M. Sr.||Saline Co.|
|HEATHERLY, Mary Ann
||and Jabe Pierc
|HEATHERTON, John||He was a Dentist in the 1800s in Franklintown also seen it spelled Franklinville MO|
|HEATON, Franklin||St. Francois, Jefferson|
|HEATON, Albert Dickerson||Dade|
HEAVENRIDGE, Sanuel Joseph
Hannibal area from mid 1800's until the 1940''s
|HEBERLING||Given names: KATHERINE, JOHN, JACOB, FRED, WILLIAM
Location: JOHNSON COUNTY
Time period of particular interest: 1857-1940
|HEBRON, Andrew||St. Louis City|
|HEBRON, Bridget (Bea)||St. Louis City|
|HEBRON, Margaret||St. Louis City|
|HEBRON, Patrick||St. Louis City|
|HECHT, Edgar R.||born 8-17-1897 lived in St. Louis area until approx. 1950-60 moved to Hallsville, MO.|
|HECKART||brothers John Adam Sr and Yost, entered Salt River flowage in NEMO, 1838, millwrights/farmers, researching families in Ralls, Shelby, Monroe Counties|
|HECKART, Yost||farmed arount Center, Ralls county in the 1830's and 40's. Buried in local area. Wife Mary is buried in Iowa. Had twelve children.|
Walter born 1883 married Anna Wolz.
children Earl, Virginia, Jeanette, Walter, Kenneth and Joan.
would like info on Walter parents, he had a brother George.
|HECKERSON, Andrew||Buchanan County|
|HECKERT||brothers John Adam Sr and Yost, entered Salt River flowage in NEMO, 1838, millwrights/farmers, researching families in Ralls, Shelby, Monroe Counties|
|HEDDEN||Lewis HEDDEN & Mary TILLY came from Putnam Co, IN, 1850
Co., MO., with their 6 children:Nancy Jane, Susan Catherine, Solomon
Sanford Dudly, Isaac & Mary Ellen all born in IN. Last child born
in MO., 1852. Lewis HEDDEN married again about 1855, to Sarah Margaret ADER EVANS, widow of Robert EVANS who died in 1852. 4 children born to ADER/EVANS; John Lot, Jesse, Elizabeth, Richmond. Jesse and Richmond written up in book , "Rogers' History of Mercer County (MO) 1911. To HEDDEN/ADER union, three sons
were born: Levi, William Henry, and Lewis Grant. Father Lewis, left this family and went west to Idaho about 1862, with children from his first marriage. He never returned to his second family. Believe Mary Tilly died about 1853 in Harrison Co., MO. Sarah Margaret Ader (PRETTYMAN) at death, died 27 Sep 1896, buried in the Collings Cemetery, Mercer Co., MO. Lewis HEDDEN died May 1885 in Idaho buried 2 June 1885, Dry Creek Cemetery, Ada Co, Idaho out of Eagle.
|HEDGPETH||William Rhodes HEDGPETH b 17 Dec 1844 N.C. married 1869 to
(?) born in MO. The following children were born in MO (found in
1880 Cooper Co, MO, census)
Gilbert Rhodes HEDGPETH born 1870, MO
Leila J. HEDGPETH born 1872, MO
Mary M. HEDGPETH born 1874, MO
Flora HEDGPETH born 1876, MO
Lillie B. HEDGPETH born (?), MO
|HEDGPETH, Wiley W.||Porter, Christian 1850 -|
|HEDRICK||St Charles, Taney, Howard, Chariton|
||Ralls Co., MO/Fleming & Bath
Co., KY Francis Marion Hedrick b.2 May 1828
|HEDRICK, Anna Mary||Dent|
|HEDRICK, Isaac||Isaac HEADRICK/HEDRICK and his family. He married Nancy RAY/WRAY. The family resided in Missouri from approx. 1841 to 1858-60.|
||Married into the Burckhartt
family of Missouri
|HEFLIN, Richard||on 1860 Census St. Francois Missouri.|
California, Moniteau Co, MO b. 1876
Siblings: Lizette, Wilhelmina, Mamie, Albert, Herman
|HEIGELE, Anna||St. Louis|
|HEIGELE, Katie||St. Louis|
|HEINCE||Schyler Co., MO. Christine Figge and wife Catherine (Heince) emigrated to Schyler Co in 1851 with 4 children: Catherine, Christian, Jr., Mary, John Henry. Dau Elizabeth born in MO.|
||Jefferson County, Big River
|HEINKEL||Gustave Heinkel (b. 1848 d.1926 in MO) Gustave had a cigar
business in St. Louis. Gustave's father (name unknown, was a steamboat
man in the 1840's)Gustave's wife was Mary Bousch (b. 1851 in MO) They
married 1869 in Mo. This union resulted in 8 children who were all born
in St. Louis, MO. Albert (b. 1880), Ofillia (b. 1877), Joseph (b.1875
1967 in St. Louis), Ignace (b. 1873), George (b. Oct, 17, 1884 - d. Aug
3, 1967 in Costa Mesa California - George married Barbara Markert
d.1971), John (b.1870 d.1966 in St. Louis), Jessie (b.
1886), Oliver (b.1872)
John Heinkel, my GGrandfather was the President of Blake Specialty Co. in Rock Island, Illinois. He bought the company in 1921. John held numerous plumbing patents and was the National Secretary of the American Society of Sanitation Engineers. John owned "Heinkel Plumbing" in St. Louis until his death. John's sisters lived in Illinois.
|HEINRICH||John Peter and Gretchen Margaretha Brandenburger|
||were mainly in Lafayette County,
Missouri. Names include Viola, William, and Wilhelm.
|HEINZE, Amelia||Palmyra, Marion co. Married Herman Juette|
|HEINZE, Jacob||brothers Fred and Henry, sisters Annie Kupferer and Katie Kreuger, married Katie Wolf, worked as policeman or fireman, lived in St. Louis until death 1910?|
|HEISINGER, Elizabeth (Laben)||Crooked River Twp|
|HEISINGER, George||Crooked River Twp|
|HEISSERER, Barbara||(1843-1891) - daughter of Anton & Katherina (HAHN) HEISSERER, residing in Scott Co., MO.|
||a farmer emigrated in 1844 with
his family & the Honkomp family (tenant farmers by Hellebusch)
together to America. They stayed in St. Louis, MO first. about a mouth
later they moved to Dutzow, MO. The Honkomp family went to New Vienna
The Heuerleute Joan Henrich Honkomp and Maria Anna, nee Arens, emigrated from Holdorf-Handorf in 1844 with their 6 children -together with the Hellebusch family- and settled in Iowa. It must be assumed that the families had to travel to Bremen in a horse drawn carriage. In Bremen "an der Schlachte" (the harbor), they would have boarded a small sailing vessel which would have taken them down river to Bremerhaven. This trip to the "Geeste" would have taken them about 2 days. Once there, they had to go to the "Alten Hafen" (old harbor) to board a much larger ocean crossing sailing ship to commence their trip to another continent. That trip would have taken somewhere between one and two months.
The two families arrived New Orleans at January 7. 1845, they immediately took a river steamer on the Mississippi first to St Louis The Hellebusch family stay westerly of St Louis, the Honkomp family go then to Dubuque, Iowa and later to New Vienna. There was a settlement for a lot of Südoldenburger.
. The Hellebusch family emigrated with 11 Persons in 1844 to America. The 1850 Census shows the family in Augusta/Dutzow, 35 km west of St Louis on the Missouri.
Listed in the US Census 1850 in Augusta/Dutzow MO)
From Handorf Germany on the Schooner Westphalia, Bremen, Captain Wessels November 22, 1844 arrived New Orleans January 7, 1845
John Henry 25
|HELLEMEIER||or Hellemeyer Family from St.Charles Mo. are any were else .|
|HELLEMEYER||or Hellemeier Family from St.Charles Mo. are any were else .|
|HELLER||May Belle (Watson) Heller lived in Kansas City in the early 1900's and ran a boarding house on 15th Street. I believe it was the Olive Hotel. She was born in TN and lived in Kansas before she came to MO. Marrried a Heller around 1883.|
|HELLIKER||Elizabeth, Edward, John, Alice. Edward was b. 1835 in Scotland then immigrated to Canada. He appears on 1880 St. Louis census. Lizzie was deceased by then. Lizzie was my great-great-grandmother. We have letters to and from the Hellikers during the civil war. Looking for other Hellikers in Missouri, Scotland (Ireland?) and Canada.|
|HELLYER, Alonzo.||Platte Co|
|HELLYER, Harvey E.||Platte Co|
|HELLYER, Harvey H.||Platte Co|
|HELLYER, William||Platte Co|
|HELM||Carroll, Cedar, Mercer, and Putnam Co|
|HELMBACHER, Alois Peter
||St. Louis City, Mo.|
|HELMIG, August||Gasconade, Osage, b.05/05/1865; d. 04/07/1937|
|HELMIG, Fritz||Gasconade, Osage|
|HELMS, Elizabeth||Married to BOZARTH, Joseph Jr. In 1860 they lived in Taney,
She had a sister, Orlena or Dolena
Was widow in Platte, CO in 1870 - ??
Pulaski; last found in Marion County in 1870
|HELMS, John Ralph||born Dec. 1900 in Buffalo, MO. Married Sarah Alta HITSON born 1905 in Hermatage, MO|
|HELSABECK||Joseph K. Hilsabeck|
||DREWRY HEMBREE (1755-1845); JOHN
HEMBREE ( 1792-1867); BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HEMBREE (1841- 1932); ISAAC
McDANIEL HEMBREE (1867-1956); IDA McKINLEY HEMBREE- ALLMAN (1898-1989);
and me THELMA EVON ALLMAN-KURTZ (1930).
|HEMRY, Chahalis||born Sept. 15 1965. Victoria B.C. Canada|
|HEMRY, James C||Born Oct. 25 1949 Ridgecrest Cal. Married Jacqueline (Rodger) Crossley born Feb. 10 1942 Victoria B.C. Canada.|
|HEMRY, James W.||born oct. 1 1889 -? Wife Sadie H brown born oct. 24 1889, Port Huron michigan . Married @ San Diego Cal Oct. 15 1913 - ?|
|HEMRY, James W. Jr.||Born Feb. 2 1917. died in Ridgecrest Cal. married Kathleen
from Sussex England. Died in Ridgecrest Cal.
Buried in Victoria B.C. Canada. Hatley gardens.
|HEMRY, Rezin Albert||born March 22 1863 Caldwell Mo. died Jan 19 1899 Wife Bell
Nov. 10 1865 born Sodus bay New York married at
Avalon Mo. Oct. 23 1884.-? passed away in long beach California
|HEMRY, Rezin Albert||born Mar 26 1888 -?|
|HEMRY, Rezin Albert||born march 22 1863 Caldwell co. MO. Died Jan 19 1899 married
23 1884 at Avalon MO. KATE BELL FRANCE Born NOVEMBER 10
Sodus Bay N.Y. Died? in long Beach CA Buried at
Cemetery at Polo MO.
HEMRY REZIN ALBERT Born March 26 1888 . Davees co. MO.
HEMRY JAMES W Oct. 1 1889 Davies co. MO. married SADIE M BROWN. Born Oct 27 1889 at Port Huron Michigan. on Oct 15 1913 at San Diego Ca.
HEMRY JAMES W born Feb,,.2 1917 Married Katheleen Mary Ramsden. This information is from the family Bible. there is a marriage erased in space between Rezin Hemry born 1863 and James W . Hemry.Born Oct 1 1889. Does anyone know what Happened to Rezin born March 26 1888? we will be happy to share photocopies of the documents we have with family.
|HENBEST||Barry and McDonald Counties.|
|HENDERSON||From PA to Missouri (Clinton, Caldwell, NW Mo. counties) James S. Henderson Family moved to Missouri 1865-1870. Wife-Helen; children: Margaret, John, Helen, James, Will, Sam, David, Thomas, Daniel, Rosella Henderson|
|HENDERSON||to linn co. before 1849 from knox co. ky.|
|HENDERSON||Looking for Isabel, Sarah and Robert Henderson, may not be connected. All married into Sharp family of Madison County circa 1822-1830.|
|HENDERSON, Andrew||also know as a "jig man". ?? I believe he married Lovina Jane Wank early 1800s|
||or Christopher Christian
born 1805 in NC; wife Emelia aka Milly PARTON md 9 Feb 1839, Clairborne, TN; 1850 in Reynolds Co, 1860 in Camden Co, 1870 in Taney Co all in MO; 1880 in Marin Co AR
|HENDERSON, James||St. Francois, Washington, Jefferson|
|HENDERSON, John||John Born 1817 in KY, married Nancy Emily GLASS 1842 in Henry County, TN, related first to Green County, MO, then Scott County, AR, and finally to Dallas County, MO.|
|HENDERSON, John||married jane cunningham 11nov1858 in franklin county I believe.|
|HENDERSON, Lucy Ann
||born in Missouri in 1884.
Lucy's mother was born in Iowa and her father was born in Missouri.
Lucy married Roscoe Jerome Kendall, born in Missouri in 1882. Roscoe's father was born in Illinois and his mother was born in Missouri.
They moved to Rodgers New Mexico after their marriage, and their oldest son was born there in September 1906.
|HENDERSON, Russell||St.Louis City,and St.Louis County|
|HENDERSON, Victor||St.Louis,Flat River|
|HENDERSON, Willard||St.Louis , Fredericktown|
||born 23 June 1758 in Armelia
County Virginia. He enlisted in the Continental army of Halifix
County Virginia on March 7, 1776. He served in the Revolutionary
War as a Quartermaster Sergeant. His pay as a private was 6 and 2/3
dollars per month. In the records of the National Archives, Elijah was
transferred to Captain Thomas Poseys Co. in the Rifle Regiment under
the command of Col. Daniel Morgan. This regiment was organized about
June 1777 and was composed of men selected for their intelligence and
marksmanship from the army at large. These men were attired as
backwoodsmen and wore fringed hunting shirts, used the long rifle and
were excellent shots. Their main job was to create havoc and shoot
enemy officers in the British lines. In addition to many battles, He
was a participant in the Battle of the Cowpens, where the British
suffered a defeat and was held as a Prisoner of War by the British
during the Siege of Charleston. He was held until July 1781, when
he was exchanged.
Sergeant Hendrick is buried in the Bowling Green, MO City cemetery.
Benjamin D., Benjamin F., William L., Samuel, Wesley,Annie Lou, Anna Isabelle, Dulcenia,George Washington and more.
Counties- Chariton, Macon, Randolph, Hickory
|HENDRICKS,Thomas Jefferson||Farmington Mo area died in Farmington in 1907 lived in the St. Francois area.|
|HENDRIX, Frank Sims||Son of Ira Agustus and Pernettie Catherine ( Sims) Hendrix. Crawford County. Frank is my grandfather and I am looking for all information on this side of my family.|
|HENDRIX, Ira||Washington County, MO|
|HENNICKE, Charles Samuel, Sr.||Lived in the city of St. Louis Born on August 9, 1889 Married
31, 1931 to Kate Geiselmann at St. Michael's Died on Dec. 11,
Trying to find info on his parents.
|HENNIG, Julius||St. Louis|
|HENNING, John||Linn CO MO|
|HENRY||According to the Calhoun County, Il Register of Marriages for Sept 23, 1879 and Sept 25, 1879 Jesse and Mary Henry's daughters of Lincoln County, MO were married at Hardin, Il. Missouri Henry was 19 and married George R. Heffington 28, son of Stephen Heffington (b. 1818 in TN) and Rachel Guinn (b. 1833). Rachel Eddy Henry was 23 and married Jefferson Welch age 28, son of Thomas Welch and Sarah Sands. George and Missouri had a son named Jesse. What became of George is unclear. Missouri might have remarried. Jesse moved to Chicago, Il, married, had a daughter name Agnes (b. 1917-d.1997) and died in Wisconsin in 1965. Agnes had two sons: Robert (b. 1936) and Warren Johnson (b. 1945) .|
||b. 9 Sept 1888 in Ks. d. 23 Sept
1967 in K.C., Jackson, Co., MO. Married Emeline Augusta Summers
in Liberal, Ks. He may have owned a business that made auto parts.
||In search of verification of paretns to my 2nd GrGrandmother Elizabeth Henry, b. 29/July/1831/Dover, Mason Co Kentucky. Married Jacob Applegate 27/June/1852/Bracken Co Kentucky. Elizabeth Henry & Jacob Applegate lived & died in Unionville, Putnam Co Missouri. I've no death date nor buriel info for Elizabeth. I have as parents, John Todd Henry, b. 1803/Scott Co Kentucky & Harriet (Clay?), b. 1811/Kentucky as Elizabeth's parents. This info from old fam records and as yet not verified or sourced with census or other documents.|
|HENRY, John Marques||Saline, Cole Pettis|
||lived in Rayville and Polo
Missouri around 1913-1915. She was friends with Charles &
Gertrude Rainwater, Ethel Wilkerson, Emma Williamson and possible
married Roseo Estes altho this is not known for sure.
||Miller Twp, Gentry Co. MO 1880
||Webster and Greene Co|
|HENSLEY||Webster and Greene Co|
||and his daughter pearl
Iva E. (Keeling)
|HENSON||Dallas - http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Pointe/6755|
|HENSON||Iron, Reynolds, Wayne, St. Francois|
Wright, Texas, Reynolds & Maries Counties
|| Clay co, MO
David Archibald (d 1923) & Rebecca Ann (d Aug 21, 1910) buried Muddy Forks Cemetery
Franklin McDonald Henson (d December 1946)
|HENSON, Issac Elkon||married Mary Melinda McAllister. They lived in
Co. Mo. They were the parents of Grace Marie
Henson Walker. Issac had a livery stable in Piedmont
|HENSON, Francis Marion||b. 1852 in Missouri, married to Lovey Caroline Perkins b. 1854 in Missouri. They were living in Wright co. Mo. in 1880's and 1900's|
|HENZE, Amelia||St. Joseph MO, Buchanan County|
|HEPWORTH||they lived in a small town in Missouri in 1948.|
|HERAL, David||born in 1820? in Ohio. He married Mary Ann Leathers in IL.
Mary Elizabeth Heral, married John VonAllmen in IL
and moved to MO in 1896.
|HERAN, Synthia||born 1835 in Rath , MO. married a THOMAS CONWAY born 1853 in Schannon county , Mo.|
|HERBERT, Clarrissa Rose||Andrew Co|
|HERCHENREDER, John A.||1854-1919) and Emilie (Strecker) (1860-1931) Herchenreder. John was born in St. Louis, MO; looking for information about siblings and parents, John and Margaretta Herchenreder of Germany.|
||John H. Herd born in OCT.15,1837
in ARK. died in MO on Jan. 10,1882 married to Lucy C. Blackburn in ARK.
in 1860 or 61 moved to MO. in 1870 or 71 had 8 children have there
names and dates when born know nothing of who John's parents were
|HERINGTON, James||came to MO from Virginia married a Nancy Ely (b. Kentucky)? James and Nancy produced 7 children, Harriet, Thomas, Polly, Jane, Sally, Isaac Ely, and Mary. The children were born sometime in the early 1800's. Issac Ely's dob is Sept. 19, 1819.|
||My great, great grandfather: Ira
Devee Hermance, born: April 3, 1870, in Vigil City, Cedar, MO. His
Celia Hermance b: March 04, 1873 in El Dorado Springs, Cedar, MO., daughter of Edwin Hermance and Fidelia L. Sabin. Other siblings: Edwin Alphonso Hermance, b: Oct. 7, 1875 in El Dorado Springs. Myra Hermance b: April 20, 1877, in El Dorado Springs, Addie Hermance, born Oct. 23, 1880 in El Dorado Springs.
I'm new to this. Any advice welcome.
|HERMANS, William||(Herman) wife Julie, children Agnes and Irene Hermans. In
and 1920 they are listed in the MO Census in Jackson,Kansas City,MO.
was born in Quincy,IL 1867 and Julie ? in TX
in 1873. Agnes b. MO 1892 and Irene MO 1899.
|HERMES, Adlene||See Holtmann|
|HERN, Thomas Jefferson||Grundy Co.|
|HERNDON||of Ozark, Christian and Greene counties
|HERR, Walter B.
10745 W Ruth Ave.
Peoria, AZ 85345
|HERRIN||Thomas Jefferson Herrin was born abt. 1820, IL. He married
on March 7, 1841, Washington, Ripley Co., MO. They had two children
I know of, my gggm Sally Jane Sarah Herrin, born Oct 1857, MO; and her
Frances Herrin, born 1855, MO. Two of their grandchildren are Laura and John R. Herrin, both born prob. Beaver Dam, Butler, MO
||My family was originally from
Virginia, and came to Missouri in the early 1800's. They settled in
Callaway County. The names I am working on are Benjamin Herring, George
Washington Herring (there were 3 generations with that name), Dolar
Washington Herring (who was a judge in Fulton in the early 1900's), and
David Wilson Herring (my father).
|HERSON||James and Margaret
They were in the 1860 Kansas City Mo census also in 1870 James was 71 b. 1798 in Ireland and Margaret 70 b. 1799 in Ireland in 1870. Children James, Patrick, Bernard ,John, Rose,Thomas, Rose, all born in Ireland, Rose married 1st Edmond Mcviene and had 2 sons James,6 and Thomas 4 in 1860. In 1870 Rose was married to Maurice Scanlan and living next to James and Margaret in Kansas City..Looking for info on this family. Also possible there was a son Matthew. Bernard married Bridget Whitney in 1851.Cincinnati, OH.Then went to St. Joseph MO.
|HERTHEL, Nicolas||St. Louis|
|HERTWECK||Joesph Hertweck was born May 30th 1848 in Baden-Baden, Germany. He immigrated to America at 21. Married Mary Ann Davis 1875 in Cape, Missouri. She was born nove 26, 1856. She was the daughter of John Phillip Davis and Araminte Hays McLean.|
||Looking for relatives of Theobald and Margaretha (Ewinger?) Herzog from the St. Louis area. They had two children David and Maria Margaretha Herzog Foster.|
|HERZOG, Derald||Saline Co. in 1872 - wife maggie,margaret,or margaretha born in bavaria germany. son deraldor david born in mo.? dau. maggie.margaret or margaretha born in saline city co.1872.in st. louis city,mo. 1880. on this census maggie wife of derald from bavaria is a widow. son derald or david died in st. louis. mo. 1917. dau. maggie died in eldon mo. miller co. 1947|
|HERZOG, Maggie||Saline Co. in 1872|
|HESCH||Walter Phillip Hesch was married to Laura Alferman and residence of Washington, Missouri.|
||Gotthard Edward Hess, b. 1844
married Maria Catherine Kern Haas, b. 1832 and were the parents of
Henry Hess, Ida Mary Hess, Emma Hess and Edward Carl Hess. Near Adrian,
Bates County, MO. Henry married Ida Belle Holloway, Ida Mary married
Christian Schmidt, Emma married Joseph F. Feraris and Edward Carl
married Anna T. Feraris.
Edward Carl Hess, b. 1875 married Anna Tressa Feraris, b. 1875 and were the parents of Lewis Edward Hess, Aubrey Hess, Marie Hess, Earlie William Hess, Rollie Elmer Hess, Herbert Hadley Hess and Pauline Celestine Hess. Near Adrian, Bates County, MO. Lewis married Bea Banke, Aubrey died young, Marie married Owen Melton, Earlie married twice: 1) Neva Talley, 2) Ruth Nelson, Rollie died single; Hadley married Frances Askew, Pauline married Living Cumpton.
Lewis Edward Hess, b. 1902 married Alice Beatrice Banke, b. 1901 and had one son, Living Hess married Living Mawson and they had 2 daughters. Near Archie, Cass County, MO.
|HESSE||americus mo., montgomery co|
|HESTERLEE, Franklin David||wife, Rosannah McKinna Lann. Homesteaded in Ozark County in 1862.|
|HESTERLY, Greeen B.||Perhaps Cape Gorardeau. He was in 1842, of MO (b-1807)|
|HETHERINGTON||Everett Hetherington married Mary King 17th May 1899 in Kansas City. Would like to contact descendants of Everette Hetherington|
|HETHERTON, John||Or John Heatherton .He was a Dentist in the 1800s in Jacksontown or Jeffersontown Missouri (sometown that starts with a J in Missouri.|
|HETLAGE, Louis Frederick||St. Louis MO. Died abt. 1961. He was married to Mildred PROTZMANN who died in 1978.|
|HEUER, Diane||(or possibly Dana), married John Steeg in Cape Girardeau, Mo., died March 1919.|
|HEVERLY, Mary Ann (Polly)||or Heatherly born abt. 1864 in MO. died ofter 1910 in Mo. Married Jabe Pierce abt 1877 in MO.|
In Sullivan, Clay, Ray, Cooper, and Hickory Counties. (Not sure if all counties still exist or are part of other counties). Am willing to share all info I have.
|HEWITT, James||Born 1856,orphan, lived in MO, married KS, disappeared 1892|
|HEWITT, Roy||bn in MO, when/where unk. Married to Rachel Nola Corbin bn 10-1900 Norton Co, KS. 3 known live children born to marriage, Robert bn 1921-22; Amos Harry 7-1924 & Delana Evalena 1-1926. Roy abandoned the family abt 1928-29, taking the child Rbt with him. Rachel also went by the name of her stepfather (Arthur B.) Fowler. No information on when/where married. Amos bn Green Co, MO, Delana bn Lawrence Co, MO. Rachel Corbin-Fowler-Hewitt-Yount-Trams buried Green Co, MO. Family known to live primarily in SW corner of state.|
||(1788-1856) 3 wives, Rebecca Frazier, Eleanor McDaniel,
Abigail Smith Hewlett (sister to Elizabeth Smith Cagle)
|HEYDE, Herman H.
|HICKEY, Laurence||born March 1831 in Cashel, Co. Tipperary,
in 1850. Married Katherine "Kitty" Hogan. Operated a
business in St. Louis. She died on March 4, 1874 of
fever related to childbirth. They had the following children: Margaret (m. Thomas A. Ryan), Johanna/Julia, Mary, Helen (m. John P. Connolly), Catherine (m. John Henry O'Brien), Michael, Agnes (m. Patrick Joseph Mc Laughlin), and Theresa (m. Robert Urquhart Mac Donald).
|HICKLIN, James William||born 1814 in Kentucky or Indiana Need info on his parents. He lived and raised family in Lawrence Co. Mo|
|HICKMAN, Bill||(or may be Willaim) died in Ellsinore, MO area sometime around 1940-1960 Had daughter named Bonnie|
|HICKMAN, Cyrus Leland
|HICKMAN, Cyrus William
|HICKMAN, John Thomas||born 1851 married to Margaret Porter, lived in Plattsburg, MO. Trying to find information about his father, etc.|
|HICKMAN, Joseph||b abt 1872 lived in Barry Co Mo md Etta Denton|
|HICKMAN, Mary Janette||Pacific, Mo.|
|HICKMAN, Pleasant||Osage, Mo.|
||married Georgia Anne Smith in
one daughter know- Bonnie Mapleann
9daughter of George Smith and Sarah Mattingly
|HICKOCK||My ggrandmother's sister was Anna Margaretha VIETS HICKOCK. She was born in Corning, MO (Holt county) on 7 Feb 1881. In the 1920 census she was a housemaid to William H. BARTLE and sometime after that she married a HICKOCK (I do not know his name) I believe they were later divorced. From her social security application I know she was in St. Joseph in 1963. I do not know when she died.|
|HICKS||family lived in Brashear,Mo. Adair Co. Elmer,Elizabeth (nee Brooks) children b. in Brashear :Ervie 1898,Orval 1896,Glen,Buelah. Also Elwood Hicks d. Brashear 1895. Have visited gravesite of Elizabeth Ella Hicks she died 1904.|
|HICKS||Ripley, Scott, Madison, Wayne, St.
Francois Co Mo.
Lewis-Louis P. Hicks b. Va came to Madison Co Mo 1852 Son Charles moved to Scott Co Mo son Ebenezer R. Hicks moved to Ripley Co Mo. My Gggf Mathew Monroe Hicks lived in Madison & St. Francois Co Mo. other Hicks info I have some lived in Wayne.
|HICKS||Lafayette County, and Saline County Looking for Husketh or Hezekiah Hicks information.|
|HICKS, Alonzo||son of Jessie Hicks and Sarah TEMPLETON|
||married Caroline "Carry" Daily,
born 30 Oct 1866, Atchison, MO, on 4 September 1887. She dies on
7 May 1889. State of Missouri Marriage License #5/406.
|HICKS, Barbara||I believe she was born in 1923 or 1924. I have knowledge that she was a member of a Methodist church, possibly in the Kirkwood area. She gave birth to a daughter in July of 1941.|
|| b.1781 Marriend Nathan
Turner, b. 1780.
Who were her parents?
|HICKS, James||B: 1843
Fredericktown, Madison County, MO
Married to: Eliza Eggerts Hicks
Father: John Hicks (NC)
Mother: Vera Jordan (NC)
Benjamin (my great grandfather)
|HICKS, Julia Ann||spouse robert f. hancock|
|HICKS, Mary Eliza|
|HICKS, Pearl Mae||birth: 1899 Tennessee
death: 1938 Tennessee
marriage: Frank James Waynick 1912 Tennessee
parents: Davis & Mary (Morgan) Hicks
her children : Callie,Birtie,Mary,James,Henry,John
Would love to hear from any HIcks relative.
||born around 1875 to 1882 ?
|HICKS, Silas||Born either in Clintwood, Dickenson Co., Virgina or in Kentucky. Married Sarah Samanth Tennessee Keith in Russell Co., Virginia on Oct. 14, 1889. They moved to Versailles, Morgan Co., Missouri in early 1900-1905. He is buried in Big Rock Cemetery, Morgan Co., Mo|
|HICKS, Simon (Linson)||B: 03-11-1879
Married: 05-11-1899, Butler County, Mo.
By Rev. I.S. Davis
At: Maloy Residence in Poplar Bluff
G.W. Hicks gave consent for Simon
To: Emma Maloy
Henry Homan Hicks
|HIFNER, George Henry||b Feb 11, 1833 - Jackson|
|HIGDON, George Washington||Lived in McFall Mo for many years. Married Jennie French in Griggsville Pike Co IL before moving to McFall Gentry Co MO. Buried in the McFall Cemetery.|
|HIGGINBOTHAM||My GGGG Grandfather Thomas Higginbotham
came to Spanish
Washington County, Missouri) about 1790. I'm researching my
paternal line of;
Thomas HIGGINBOTHAM, b. 06 Oct 1764 d. 08 Nov 1851
George Washington HIGGINBOTHAM, b 05 Oct 1805 d. 23 May 1863
Lytle Bledsaw (Bledsoe?) HIGGINBOTHAM. b 04 Apr 1845 d. 10 Oct 1910 Thomas Franklin HIGGINBOTHAM, b. 06 June 1871 d. 24 Feb 1951 Robert Burgess HIGGINBOTHAM, Sr., b 05 Mar 1899 d. 20 Jan 1970 Robert Burgess HIGGINBOTHAM, Jr. b 20 Jul 1923
Me - Robert Burgess HIGGINBOTHAM III, b. 22 Aug 1955
Robert Burgess HIGGINBOTHAM IV, b. 24 Sep 1985
|HIGGINSON, George Washington||possibly in Vernon county, Missouri.
Wife's name was Nancy
name available). Had at least 8 children. Five boys and three
The family wound up in Wyoming by the 1880's around Medicine Bow, Rock
River area. One daughter,
Nelly Mae lived to be 103 dying in 1974. She was married to a Mr. Harnden and a Mr. Puthoff.
||Commerce Historical Society, P,
O, Box 93, Commerce, Mo 63742
|HIGH, Dana Lillie||Born KY|
|HIGHSMITH, Mary||married a Joseph Russell lived in lincoln county MO|
|HILDENBER, Johan||immigrated to USA in 1850|
|HILDRETH, Harriet Elizabeth
||b. 23 Dec 1835 Lewis County, MO,
d. 12 Jan 1901
in Potter Valley. Mendocino County, CA
|HILDRETH, Robert More
||b. 1839 Lewis County, MO, d.
Mendocino County, CA
|HILDRETH, William Jefferson||b. 17 Aug 1834 Ralls County, MO. He
the California gold fields in Yuba County, Ca
|HILES, Thomas||and Ida, he was a railroad man 1890 - 1930's, Callaway, Osage, and St Louis Counties.|
|HILGER, Anna||St. Louis|
|HILGERT||St. Joseph Mo|
|HILL||Pemiscott county around 1918|
|HILL||Searching for my great grand-parents
and Sarah (Cook or Cooke). My grandfather Delbert Malcom Hill was
born Nashville, MI, died in St. Joseph (Buchanan Cty) MO in
Cemetery. He had 1 brother (Frank) and 6 sisters.
I am told my great grandfather died in Kansas...but, I have no date, no location. My grandfather D. M. Hill married Anna B. Rudeman.
||Unknown parents: Ireland > ? > Maryland > Illinois > St. Louis, MO|
|HILL, Albert Ross||born november 26, 1888 no other info|
|HILL, Clifton||d 1920`s in Hannibal Mo, moved from Pike Co. MO in late 1800`s|
|HILL, Hezeakaih (Heze)||d.1951.in Hannibal,Mo|
|HILL, Hugh||I am looking my father Hugh Hill who was born around 1903 or 1905. He resided in Kansas City, MO. There was a Hugh J Hill in the city directories. in 1928, 1929, 1930. He married Caroline Mary Denton who is my mother. On y birth certificate He was an Interior Decorator, and worked for Kansas City construction Co. I never knew my father. and my mother moved to San Diego CA. in 1929, I was born Dec. 9, 1929 My maiden name is Josephine virginia Hill. Would appreciate any information on Hugh Hill Someone somewhere ought to remember something I hope! I am at a blank wall on him. I don't know if Hugh J Hill is my father or not I did find in the Kansas 1920 census a Dan H Hill & a Josephine Hill who had 3 Children born in MO. there names aare Mildred, Hugh, and Allen. Mildred was 16, Hugh WAS 15 Allen was 13.|
|HILL, James||Andrew County MO 1860 census|
|HILL, James J.||Born 1824 Tennessee
Married Margaret A
unknown state. Lived in Marshall Co Ky until about
moved to Shannon Co Mo. James died 1902 buried in Mount
Cemetery Shannon Co
Margaret died 1899 buried in Mt Zion Cemetery Looking for family in Shannon Co area. daugher Alcy D married a
Weaver. Sarah Frances Hill, Mary J ( Mamie) Hill never married.
Eliza Hill married William Haynes. Died buried unknown.
Martha P Hill married William Bradley Dowell both died in Bartlesville
|HILL, Jesse||Dade - Home Page|
|HILL, John||Cedar - Home Page|
|HILL, Joseph Barnes
||BORN 1858 St. Louis, MO. Died: 1915 St. Louis, MO|
|HILL, Jousha||d.1860?? probably in Louisanna, Pike Co, MO|
|HILL, Logan||b. March 15, 1822, m. to Mary Hurst April 29, 1841, d. January 26, 1893. Pioneer farming family in Gentry and Joplin Counties. They had twelve children, two who died in infancy. Write for their names if interested.|
|HILL, Milton Brown||b. 1822 Washington, Co.
Missouri m. DUCKWORTH 19
|HILL, Myrtle Mae||b. 5/19/1880 Clinton, Mo.
d. 1/3/1958 Sherman, Tx.
married William Clinton Mills
b. 2/8/1876 Carter Ark.
d. 10/11/1958 Sherman, Tx.
Milton - worked for State Department
Mandy - may have had a dau. named Daisy
Dolly - " " " " " " "
|HILL, Nancy Emmett||b: April 1851 in Arkansas(?) and d: March
She married (1875 MO?), Samuel M. Kelley b: 1838 in North Carolina. The family relocated to Water Valley,Yalobusha Co., Mississippi. And parts later relocated to Louisiana.
2. i. Morris F.2 Kelly.
3. ii. James H. Kelley, b. 1869, Mississippi; d. July 05, 1928.
iii. Samuel W. Kelley, b. March 1870, Mississippi
4. iv. Walter S. Kelley, b. 1872, Mississippi.
v. Frank Kelley, b. 1874, Mississippi.
vi. Matilda D. L. Kelley, b. 1878,
5. vii. Mae Evelyn Kelley, b. January 10, 1879, Water Valley,
Yalobusha Co., Mississippi; d. August 19, 1909, Oklahoma.
6. viii. Nellie A. Kelley, b. September 1880.
|HILL, Richard D.||born 09 Sept. 1839 Alabama
died 16 Oct. 1883 Joseph, Wallowa Co. OR
m Elizabeth Jane Tucker
1880 shows them living in Oak Grove, MO
|HILL, Russell||Colonel Russell Hill born 1850 in Kentucky, went to Missouri were he met and Married David Ann Dunbar. Their Children were Charles Herber born 1877, Burl b.1880-1881,Zay(Isiah) born 1885, Perry Hill, Molli, James, Zeffie born. 1899, and Roscoe. I have no idea what county, or town Russell died in.|
|HILL, Stephen||Andrew County MO 1860 census - may have been in DeKalb County ca 1853+ His daughter Delilah Hill and her husband Thomas Lewis CAMPBELL lived in DeKalb County ca 1853-1855|
|HILL, Thomas||b. ca 1812 in NC
m. Nancy A. LaRUE
resided Mountain Grove, Wright Co., MO
|HILL, Thomas||married Mary Alley, born around, 1800,
and had at least 2
in Missouri. They inherited property in Fayette CountyTexas from Mary's
parents, William and Sarah Alley in 1854. The Land was a grant from the
Mexican Government to the heirs of William Alley who had come from
in 1825. Both Thomas and Mary Hill and William and Sarah Alley were
in 1854. Thomas and Mary Hill may not have come to TX until much
Mary's sister Sarah b. 1791 had married H. H. Chaplain and moved to
County Ark. Mary's 2 brothers John and William Alley had already taken
their share of the inheritance. Thomas and Mary Hill's children were
Charles b. 1830, Jane (m. Robert McGahan), and Wallace Hill. Jane and
were born in TX but I have not found out where they lived before
|HILL, Thomas B,
||BORN 1822 MARYLAND > iLLINOIS > St. Louis, MO|
|HILL, Thomas Greenleaf||Caldwell/Ray Counties|
|HILLS, Col Charles S.||He lived in St.Louis from 1866-1902 when he died. He is buried in Bellefontaine Cemetery in St. Louis. There is a obelisk erected at his grave. Charles S. Hills was a ggggrandfather to me. I know he was a V.P. of Catlin Tobacco Co. ,and was listed in Mo. in 1890 as being at that business. I have no other info about him other than his Civil War record. He was married to Eva B. Babbitt, or Eva Sturgis Babbitt. They had two sons, Walter B. Hills, and Louis B. Hills.|
|HILSABECK, Joseph K.||(Helsabeck)|
|| am the great grandson of
John Hilton and Awilda Bailey. They were married in 1885 in Sullivan
county. They had nine children two them were born in
|HINCH||Washington Co.; Howard Co.|
|HINCHEY||also spelled Hinchy, Heinchey|
|HINDMAN, Silas Hamilton Sr.
||and wife Cynthia Smith
Greene and Polk Counties My 3-Great Grandparents.
|HINES||Linn, Sullivan - My name is Charles Albert Hines Jr. , i am the Great Grandson of Peter Hayes Hines , My Grandfather was William Albert Hines and my father is Charles Albert Hines of St. Catharine Mo.|
||My family #1 Zachariah Jack
Hines b.1858 Mo. went by Zack and had 9 kids but by 1900 only 7
alive. #2 Benjamin Harrison Hines b.1888 Mo. went by Harrison B.
and moved to Texas. #3 Benjamin Harrison Hines Jr. b.1931 Tx. went by
Ben. my father... Zack was in Dallas, Texas in Nov. 1920 because he
signed his wife Rebecca Jamima Cross death certificate. My research
kind of brings me back to Missouri as where he may of came back to
after her death to live out his life...
|HINKLE, E. W.||B. 1853 MO. Father born N.C. mother born IL. had a Sister who married a Butler E.W. died 1880 Butler Co. MO.|
|HINKLE, Edward J.||St. Louis|
|HINKLE, Fred||St. Louis|
|HINKLE, James||St. Louis|
|HINKLE, John Thomas||b. Tennessee or Missouri. He married Nancy F. Clark b. Missouri. Their daughter Nora Love Hinkle was my great grandmother.|
|HINKLE, Levi||He lived in Bollinger Co. , but we think his family settled in Wayne co. first. Levi was born in the mid 1860s, and his wifes name was Sarah Malinda Heaton. Levis father was John, his grandfather was William. William was from North Carolina. We are trying to find out who Williams father was.|
|HINKLE, Margaret Ann||St. Louis|
|HINKLE, Mary Hettie||St. Louis|
|HINKLE, Rosa||St. Louis|
|HINKLE, Thomas D.||St. Louis|
|HINOTE||Have searched these families for over 30 years. If interested in adding to your information, please contact me|
|HINTON||(MO 1830s to 1860s),
George W. Hinton born 10 Feb 1839 in MO, moved with his brother John to Lake County, California in 1860s.
Contact me if you can help me with his parents/other siblings. Sister named Amanda who married twice, (1) to John Obrion/Obrien in 1859, Pettis County, MO and (2) to Peter Lamear in 1879, Saline County, MO. They had 4 children: Anna (abt 1862) Ida (abt 1864) Margaret (abt 1866) and Thomas J. (abt 1869) from the 1870 Saline County, Missouri Census. Any descendants or information on this family is gratefully appreciated.
|HIRCHCLIFF, Lucy||married Sidney J. Riggan b. April 3, 1880 died 1932. It is believed that Lucy sang with the local St. Louis opera company|
|HIRES, Philip||father of Cleveland, Cinderella, and Roberta, in Butler and Ripley Co, MO as well as Ill and Ky. Philip was married twice, once to Mary Xanders, and once to Josephine (Josie) Blondon or Blundell. Josephine is the mother of Cleve, Cinda, and Roberta. Mary and Philip had Agnes, William Phillip, Joseph, Mary Henrietta, Lilla and Orilla.|
|HISAW, Joseph||b) in IN (abt) 1820/30 married Melvena Warren (b) in GA. Living in Ozark County, Dora, MO in 1850.|
|HITCHCOCK, Sarah Ann||Stoddard|
Seeking parents of Laird Thomas Hites, b. 1889, St Louis MO, d. 1948, Chicago Ill
Emma Massey b. 1894 Liberty, Clay Co., Mo. d. 1980, Chicago, Ill.
I have Massey Side for anyone interested.
|HITT||Lafayette, Ralls, Pike|
||Georg, b abt 1834 St. Louis?
|HIX, James P.
||(Hicks) marr. Louisa
Spurgin (Spurgen, Spurgeon) mar. 2nd Sarah J. Low
county of Harrison, maybe Daviess.
|HIX||Lafayette County, and Saline County Looking for Husketh or Hezekiah Hicks information.|
|HOAR, Habson||married Bertha Nadler in St. Joseph, Buchanan County Missouri|
|HOBART, James H||Mercer|
|HOBLITZEL, Jacob||Died 12-13-1903 Windsor, Mo. Wife Verena (Miller) Hoblitzel Died 1892. Laurel Oak Cemetery. I do not know the county. I would like verification. They are my gggrandparents.|
||MO, KS, NC, SC, AL, GA
|HOBSON, Nancy Catherine||Searching for any information on my ggrandfather NELSON,
ggrandmother HOBSON, Nancy Catherine, that lived in Salem, Dent Co., MO
abt. 1873. Mother and father of my grandmother NELSON, Lela Jane DOB: 6
Jan 1875 POB: Salem, Dent Co., MO DOM: 22 Jan 1893 in Hardy, Sharp Co.,
MO 18 yrs of age. DOD: 17 Dec 1971 POD: North Little Rock, Pulaski Co.,
AR in Edgewood Cemetery North Little Rock, Pulaski Co., AR. MAR:
POLLOCK, Mills Bennett (Bud) 22 yrs of age. Had one child, my father
POLLOCK, Allon Odes (Tobe) DOB: 18 Feb 1894 in Hardy, Sharp Co., AR.
Grandfather DOB: 4 Jan 1871 POB: Tippah Co., MS DOD: abt. 1897 POD:
Hardy Sharp Co., AR, Buried in Hiland Cemetery, Hardy, Sharp Co., AR. I
am also searching for my grandmothers other siblings, which I assume
were born in Salem, Dent Co., MO
|HOBY, Matilda||St Louis County|
||The family lived in Hannibal,
Marion, Missouri starting on the 1960 Federal Censes. I believe
they are also burried in Hanibal.
John G. Hock (1823) born Bavaria died between 1870-1880 Federal Censes
Ann E. Hock (1815) born Bavaria died between 1880-1900 Federal Censes
Mary (1848) born New Jersey may have married (O Hern) and settled in Hannibal
Nicholas George(1852) born New Jersey married Hannah Price 22 Apr 1875 in Marion, Missouri
Jacob (1854) born New Jersey
Margaret A. (1855) born New Jersey may have married (Knadel)
John (1858) born New Jersey
Delarations of Intentions to become an american citizen 1838-1849 Circuit Court of the city of St. Louis Missouri page 17. John Hock yr-1848, age 26, Missouri, Primary Immigrant John Hock
Hannah Price 7 Nov 1855 Ireland may be with her sister Ann Price(1852)
|HOCKENBURY, James H.
||Born: Nov 15, 1797 at Franklin,
Geals Isabell McCollough Dec 20, 1832 Holmes, Ohio
Died: July 27, 1872 Cameron, Mo
|HODGE||Butlar, Scott, Stone, Taney, Dunklin|
|HODGES||Texas and Dent Co.'s|
||born in Missouri, May 1874. No county information is available. She eventually married and moved to Seattle, King, Washington. She married my great, grandfather, William Gordon who was born in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Any information available would be helpful.|
|HODGES, William P||Home Page|
||Crawford Missouri. His
progeny still live in St. Louis
|HOEFFER||Ohio, Tennessee - Looking for information on Adam Krug.
Married 3 times
wife #1-Mary Cornelia Hoeffer, #2- Henrietta Hoeffer Mathis, Barbara
Possibly Born in
Flensberg Germany. Had many children one being my Grandfather, Charles Joseph Krug born in Cinn. Ohio Jan. 7, 1860, Charles moved to Chattanooga Tenn. Where he raised 9 children with my Grandmother Elise Mathilda Lorenzen
|HOEFLICKER, Michael||Lafayette County|
|HOEH, Paul||b. ?, d. 1893 Perry County. From Germany came to Missouri from the east|
|HOFF, Charles W.||born 1840 KY, son of John and Sabreet Lemon Hoff of KY moved to Franklin CO, MO abt. 1844. Other siblings were Keziah, Thomas Moore, John, Ann, Sarah, Elizabeth, James, Frances, and Amathus.|
|HOFFARTH, George Christian Alexander, M.D.||Wirght, Texas|
||Mary Presnell married Solomon
Hoffman. Thomas Allen married ?. Joseph Stephen Winkler married #1 Mary
Harmon, #2 Rachel Malinda Hoffman.
All lived in or near Bollinger, Stoddard and Perry County, MO.
|HOFFMAN, Anna/Susanna||widow of Hartselle BARBER and James HOFFMAN. She died Bois d'arc, MO 1905.|
+Bessie Lashley died ____
|HOFFMAN, Henry||St. Louis|
|HOFFMAN, James||(stepfather to Elton and Hattie Mae) who died abt 1902 near Bois d'arc. Related to numerous HOFFMAN & HERNDON's, including Archie Hoffman, postmaster of Nixa, MO.|
|HOFFMANN||Hieronymus,Henry,Hugo,Otto, Ida,Caroline, Lena, Julius,
Around the St.Charles and Warren Co. areas.
|HOFFMANN||Crawford, St. Louis & City|
|HOFFMANN, Arnold||St. Louis - City|
|| Iron & St. Louis
|| Iron & St. Louis
|| Iron & St. Louis
|| Iron & St. Louis
|HOGAN||Given names: George Vincent, Campbell Lafayette,
Counties: Dent and Crawford
|HOGARD||My line of descendents came FROM Va.-Ky.-Tn.-Mo.-Ar|
|HOGG, James||They started with James Hogg born in VA in 1812, moved to Washington Co., IN, Jennings Co., IN and then Butler Co., MO. He married Aurelia Barker. He died 1892.|
|HOGG, Nancy||md. FRANCIS WISDOM; children: Joseph, Noemi md. George Turnbough, William, Francis Marion, Andrew Jackson md. Angeline Browne, Sargent Newton md. 1. Lydia Chandler & 2. Margaret Ellen Whitehead, Henry Harrison md. Nancy Stewart|
|HOLBROOK, William Alfred|
|HOLDAWAY, Margaret Elizabeth||b 17 Aug 1861, Marshfield, MO) daughter of William Carl Holdaway.|
||Generation No. 1 1. Daniel2
Holeman (Unknown1) was born Abt. 1756, and died Bef. 1797 in Robertson
County Tennessee. He married unknown unknown. She died Bef. 1820.
Children of Daniel Holeman and unknown unknown are:
2 i. Thomas3 Holeman, born Abt. 1775 in North Carolina.
3 ii. James Holeman, born Abt. 1785 in North Carolina. +
4 iii. Daniel Holeman, born Abt. 1787 in North Carolina; died Abt. 1872 in Ozark, Missouri. Generation No. 2 4. Daniel3 Holeman (Daniel2, Unknown1) was born Abt. 1787 in North Carolina, and died Abt. 1872 in Ozark, Missouri. He married Polly Exum 26 Apr 1817 in Sumner County Tennessee, daughter of William Exum and Nancy Unknown. She was born 1796 in Tennessee, and died 1850 in Ozark, Missouri.
Children of Daniel Holeman and Polly Exum are:
+ 5 i. Andrew Jackson4 Holeman, born Abt. 1820 in Tennessee; died 03 Nov 1863 in Piland Store Ozark, MO.
+ 6 ii. Asa C I Holeman, born Abt. 1826 in Tennessee; died 25 Nov 1910 in Clark, Wright, Mo.
+ 7 iii. William Holeman, born 1831 in Tennessee; died 07 Jun 1879 in Ozark County Missouri.
+ 8 iv. George Washington Holeman I, born Abt. 1832 in Tennessee.
9 v. Jane Holeman, born Abt. 1835 in Tennessee.
10 vi. Mary Holeman, born Abt. 1837 in Tennessee.
11 vii. Thomas Holeman, born Abt. 1838 in Tennessee.
12 viii. Nancy Holeman, born Abt. 1840 in Tennessee
. Generation No. 3 5. Andrew Jackson4 Holeman (Daniel3, Daniel2, Unknown1) was born Abt. 1820 in Tennessee, and died 03 Nov 1863 in Piland Store Ozark, MO. He married Nancy Jane Dye 15 Dec 1852 in Douglas, Mo, daughter of Gilbert DYE and Priscilla HERRILL. She was born Abt. 1835 in South Carolina, and died 17 Jun 1897 in Wagoner, OK.
Children of Andrew Holeman and Nancy Dye are:
13 i. Polly Ann5 Holeman, born 27 Oct 1853 in Douglas, MO; died 07 Dec 1917 in Wagoner, OK.
14 ii. Daniel Holeman, born 21 Apr 1856 in MO.
15 iii. Sampson Holeman, born 21 Apr 1856 in MO.
16 iv. Alfred Holeman, born Abt. 1859 in Douglas County , Missouri..
+ 17 v. Sally Priscilla Holeman, born Feb 1863 in MO; died 22 May 1932 in Wagoner, OK.
6. Asa C I4 Holeman (Daniel3, Daniel2, Unknown1) was born Abt. 1826 in Tennessee, and died 25 Nov 1910 in Clark, Wright, Mo. He married Mary Ann Coats Abt. 1849 in Missouri, daughter of Jeremiah Coats and Mary Mcintosh. She was born Jan 1832 in Perry Kentucky, and died 15 Jan 1910 in Macomb.Wright Missouri.
Children of Asa Holeman and Mary Coats are:
18 i. Sarah J5 Holeman, born Abt. 1854 in Missouri.
19 ii. Polly Anna Holeman, born Abt. 1856 in Missouri.
20 iii. Elizabeth Ellen Holeman, born Abt. 1858 in Missouri; died Apr 1954 in Norwood Wright Missouri. She married George W. HAYNES; born 1858 in Missouri; died 1940
. 21 iv. Jeremiah Holeman, born 27 Dec 1859 in Missouri; died 24 Jun 1861.
22 v. Asa Holeman II, born 25 Aug 1862 in Missouri; died 21 Jul 1927 in Macomb.Wright Missouri.
23 vi. Serrilda Holeman, born 08 Feb 1868 in Missouri; died 10 Mar 1883 in Douglas. Missouri.
24 vii. Eliza Holeman, born 1871 in Missouri.
7. William4 Holeman (Daniel3, Daniel2, Unknown1) was born 1831 in Tennessee, and died 07 Jun 1879 in Ozark County Missouri. He married Mary Ann Ellis Abt. 1845 in Missouri, daughter of Robert Ellis and Mary Ellis. She was born Abt. 1832 in Missouri.
(Side Note for this William Holeman. )
This is the Same William Holeman who built one of the First Mills And cotton gins along Bryant Creek near Sycamore in the Ozarks. This mill was destroyed about 1876 due to a flood on Bryant creek . And a new Mill was built later on by a new owner. This place is now known as the Aid Hodgsons Mill and is reported to be one of the most photographed mills in the state.
William Holeman is shown as family #207 in 1860 Federal Census for Ozark County. In 1861 William built the small mill with a wood turbine and a cotton gin operated by an overhead tumbling shaft on the Bryant River to utilize the spring gushing fourth from the base of the towering limestone bluff.
the mill ceased operations during the Civil War . William Holeman AKA ( William Henry Holeman) served in the war on the Union side while residing in Ozark County. ( See the Following Info ) Rank Private. Name of unit, Fords's Douglas County VMM. Record Group: Office of the Adjustment General. Series Title: Record of Service Card, Civil war, 1861-1865. Box 40. Reel: s891.
In the 1870 Census we find his Daughter Mary L Holeman age 8 born in Illinois , this leads me to believe that in 1862 William sent his family away while he served in the Civil war . By 1866 his next child Nancy Jane was born in Ozark County Missouri.This shows the return of his family to the Ozarks.
They are listed in the 1870 Census as family # 43/ 44 and Williams three oldest sons are no longer in the home. Burton Age 1 in the 1860 Census is missing from the 1870 Census and it is believed that he Died on the trip to Illinois.
July 24 1869 there is a land grant of 40 acres for William Holeman Certificate #29999 I Section 34 Township 24 range 12 which included the mill built in 1861. More information is available from me such as wills deeds ect. feel free to contact me At firstname.lastname@example.org
Children of William Holeman and Mary Ellis are:
25 i. William J5 Holeman, born Aft. 1846 in Ozark County . Missouri.
26 ii. Asa Holeman, born Aft. 1850 in Ozark County, Missouri. He married Maggie Bryant 08 Dec 1891 in Ozark County Missouri.
+ 27 iii. George Washington Holeman II, born 22 Jan 1852 in Missouri; died 26 Jan 1938 in Ardmore, Oklahoma.
+ 28 iv. John F Holeman, born Abt. 1854 in Ozark County , Missouri.
29 v. Lucenda Holeman, born Abt. 1855 in Ozark County, Missouri. She married JASPER M Scott 15 Jul 1876 in Ozark County Missouri.
30 vi. Burton A Holeman, born Abt. 1859 in Ozark County , Missouri.
31 vii. Mary L Holeman, born 1862 in Illinois
32 viii. Nancy Jane Holeman, born 1865 in Ozark Missouri.
33 ix. Margaret E Holeman, born 1868 in Ozark Missouri.
34 x. William Henry Holeman, born May 1870 in Ozark Missouri.
35 xi. Sarah Holeman, born 1874 in Missouri.
8. George Washington4 Holeman I (Daniel3, Daniel2, Unknown1) was born Abt. 1832 in Tennessee. He married Margret E Sweeton Abt. 1858 in Missouri, daughter of William Sweeton. She was born Abt. 1841 in Illinois.
Children of George Holeman and Margret Sweeton are:
36 i. Lewis B5 Holeman, born Abt. 1859 in Missouri.
37 ii. Catharine Holeman, born Abt. 1848 in Missouri.
38 iii. Nancy Coats Holeman, born Abt. 1860 in Missouri.
39 iv. Delila M Holeman, born Abt. 1863 in Missouri.
40 v. Pauline J Holeman, born Abt. 1864 in Missouri; died 02 Jul 1860 in Missouri.
41 vi. Mary L Holeman, born Abt. 1866 in Missouri.
42 vii. Thomas U S Holeman, born Abt. 1869 in Missouri.
Generation No. 4 17. Sally Priscilla5 Holeman (Andrew Jackson4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Unknown1) was born Feb 1863 in MO, and died 22 May 1932 in Wagoner, OK. She married Joseph Henry Clark 24 Dec 1885 in Ozark County Missouri, son of Unknown Clark and Unknown. He was born Jan 1862 in MO, and died 08 Feb 1945 in OK.
Children of Sally Holeman and Joseph Clark are:
43 i. Evelena6 Clark, born 08 Oct 1886 in Gainsville, MO; died 10 Dec 1971 in Seymor, MO.
44 ii. Everette Clark, born 08 Oct 1886 in Gainsville, MO; died 10 Dec 1971 in Seymour, MO.
45 iii. Vera Vesta Clark, born 05 Jul 1890 in Miami, MO; died 14 Mar 1965 in Wagoner, OK.
46 iv. Verni Verd Clark, born 05 Jul 1890 in Miami, MO; died 1920 in Wagoner, OK.
47 v. Naomi Clark, born 31 Jan 1901 in Gainsville, MO; died 25 Dec 1901 in Gainsville, MO.
48 vi. Alaska Clark, born 27 Aug 1899 in Gainsville, MO; died 31 Jan 1901 in Gainsville, MO.
49 vii. Lucy Jane Clark, born 11 Mar 1894 in Carrol, MO; died 15 Apr 1985 in Wagoner, OK.
27. George Washington5 Holeman II (William4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Unknown1) was born 22 Jan 1852 in Missouri, and died 26 Jan 1938 in Ardmore, Oklahoma. He married Sarah Isobel Welch 21 Oct 1873 in Ozark County , Missouri, daughter of Martin Welch and Martha White. She was born 09 Mar 1857 in Missouri, and died in 1928 Ok?.
Children of George Holeman and Sarah Welch are:
50 i. Columbia J6 Holeman, born Aug 1876 in Missouri. She married William F Talbert 1897 in Oklahoma; born Jan 1870 in Arkansas; died 1949 in Oklahoma Pittsburg Hartshorne.
51 ii. Florence M Holeman, born Abt. 1879 in Texas.
52 iii. Kelcy Jackson Holeman, born 22 Mar 1881 in Texas; died 1963 in Cheerokee , Oklahoma. He married Sevilla Alice Reed 02 Sep 1899 in Indian Territory Chickasaw Nation Township 4 District 141; born Dec 1885 in Boaz Missouri.
53 iv. Flora Leah Holeman, born 01 Nov 1889 in Jimtown, Love County, Oklahoma; died 01 Aug 1967 in Sacramento, California. She married (1) John W King 1904 in Oklahoma; born 1870 in Scotland; died Aft. 1930 in Cleveland County, Norman Oklahoma. She married (2) William Harvey Corbit 1913 in California; born 17 May 1884 in Sebastian Co, AR; died Mar 1964 in Heber Springs, Arkansas.
54 v. Vesta V Holeman, born Sep 1894 in Indian Territory, Oklahoma; died in California ?. She married George W Barnes 1914; born 1862 in Indiana; died in California.
55 vi. Otto ( Rufus ) Holeman, born Nov 1898 in Indian Territory , Oklahoma; died 1919 in Oklakoma ?.
28. John F5 Holeman (William4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Unknown1) was born Abt. 1854 in Ozark County , Missouri. He married Nancy Susan James 09 Oct 1873 in Ozark County Missouri, daughter of John James and Gemima Browning. She was born 1856 in Ozark Missouri.
Children of John Holeman and Nancy James are:
56 i. Julia6 Holeman, born 1876 in Texas.
57 ii. L Holeman, born 1877 in Missouri.
58 iii. Unknown Holeman, born Apr 1880 in Texas.
59 iv. Fred Holeman, born 1896 in Oklahoma
|HOLLADAY, Frank||He married Willa O Tong. He they lived in Wayne County Missouri|
|HOLLAND, Elisha||RIPLEY/OREGON CO. 1880?- 1930|
||Henry Co. Mo
|HOLLAND, Esther||RIPLEY/OREGON CO. 1880?- 1930|
||Henry Co. Mo
|HOLLAND, Maggie||OREGON/RIPLEY COUNTY 1880-1896|
||married Anne Helen Horigan
lived in St. Joseph, MO 2121 Clay Street
children: Mildred, Marion, John (Jack), Thomas, Anne, Alice, Frank (Bud), Jane
||Henry Co. Mo
|HOLLAND, William Homer||b 1 APR 1881 d DEC 1967 St Joseph, Buchanan CO, MO. Mrd Anna McClelland 15 Oct 1908 in St Joseph MO.|
|HOLLAND, William Penn|
|HOLLANDSWORTH||Rosebud and Owensville area of Gasconade Co.|
|HOLLAR, Glennora Maideen Seaburn|
|HOLLAR, Ira Sellars|
|HOLLENBECK||John, William (Bill or Billy), Alpha Omega (Cape Girardeau County)|
|HOLLIDAY||Amanda (lee) and I am trying to prove that this Amanda born in Iowa to Sarah and William Holliday. Amanda may have had borthers and a Sister living in St Louis area|
|HOLLINGSHAD||John HOLLINGSHAD 1822-1905 married to Frances Jane WILSON from Lumpkin CO, GA to Ozark Co. MO and Howell Co, MO also Burdine HOLLENSHED, brother of John and his wife, Sarah. Jesse HOLLINSHEAD, brother of John and Burdine and his wife, Julia.|
|HOLLINGSWORTH||Gascanade, Franklin, Phelp|
|HOLLINGSWORTH, James Thomas|
|HOLLINGSWORTH, James Franklin Marion||born 1828 in Missouri. He was apparently from West
White Plains, Polk County. Died 03/01/1906. Enlisted in
the army 01/25/1862 in Springfield. He served in Companies G and K, 10 MO Infantry Regiment; and possibly the4th Reg Mo Infantry.
|HOLLINGSWORTH, Joshua B.||Texas County. Last known to be on the 1920 census for Pierce Township (age 74) in household of son, Dee|
|HOLLINGSWORTH, Joshua B.||Osage|
|HOLLINGSWORTH, Molly Mae|
|HOLLIWAY||I am seeking information of George A. (Abraham/Absolom)
born about 1846. The 1880 Census of Benton County, Arkansas shows
that he was born in MISSOURI, but his parents (names unknown) were both
George married Martha E. Edwards on January 5, 1873 in Benton County, Arkansas, J.D. Hastings, M.B.
George and Martha had two daughters, Elizabeth, dob 1875; and Anna; dob 1878. Martha burned to death July 15, 1881 in Benton County, Arkansas.
It is believed George moved back into MISSOURI with his two small daughters to be close to his mother.
The last that we can find on George is that he was listed on the VOTER REGISTRATION in Sequoyah County, OKLAHOMA, on May 6, 1916, Address: Marble, Oklahoma.
|HOLLOCHER||Arrived St. Louis about 1830. Later moved to Manchester, Missouri (St Louis County).|
|HOLLOWAY||Preacher Joab and Mary (Rooks) Holloway and his brother
William and Mary Ann (Merryman) Holloway who went to Grundy County, MO.
They are the sons of John and Levicey (Hodgson) Holloway who also died
in Grundy County in 1846. They are buried in Holloway/Union Grove
what is the location and how do you get information about burials?)
Sr. nephew's also went to Grundy - William and Mary (Chrisman)
Charles and Rebecca (Chrisman)Holloway, Avillia and Mary Jane (Clevenger) Holloway.
|HOLLOWAY, William Reuben||His son George Reuben Holloway was my grandfather. Need info on William Reuben and his parentage. Webster Co. Missouri|
|HOLLRAH||Anna Maria .b. 1832|
|HOLLSTEIN, Johann Christoph||or HOLSTEIN, of St Louis, Missouri and Germany|
|HOLLSTEIN, Johann William||or HOLSTEIN, of St Louis, Missouri and Germany|
||Hannibal, Marion Co, MO, USA
John (b. 1834, d. aft. 1900) & Emaline (Bird) Hollyman (b. 1840, d. 1900)
Mattie J. (b. 1860)
William Edward (b. 1861)
Minnie Catherine (b. 1863, d. 1905) m. W. E. Gilhousen, 1891
Julia Emmalene Gilhousen (b. 1892, d. 1980)
Minnie Leila Gilhousen (b. 1898, d. 1967)
James C. Hollyman (b. 1865)
Emalene Eliza (b. 1867)
Laura Bird Hollyman (b. 1869)
Additional information (including document transcriptions and photographs): http://www.gilhousenfamily.com/pgv/
1. William Dudley1 Holman was born in MO ca1848. William died February 11, 1911 in Stockton, San Joaquin Co, CA, at 62 years of age. His body was interred February 13, 1911 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, CA, East Lawn Cemetery.
He married Cora Jane Wilds in Clay Co, MO, August 25, 1869. Cora was born in MO September 27, 1851. Cora was the daughter of J. Miller Wilds and Martha W. Fugitt. Cora died May 11, 1926 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, CA, at 74 years of age. Her body was interred May 13, 1926 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, CA, East Lawn Cemetery in CA
William Dudley Holman and Cora Jane Wilds had the following children:
2 i. Amanda L.2
born in MO June 1871. Amanda died October 12, 1886 or 1888 at 15
years of age. Her body was interred October 1886 in Cottonwood,
Co, CA, Cottonwood Cemetery.
3. Margaret May "Maggie"2 Holman (William Dudley1) was born in MO August 19, 1873. Margaret died September 21, 1963 in San Jose, Santa Clara Co, CA, at 90 years of age. Her body was interred 1963 San Bruno, San Mateo Co, CA, Golden Gate National Cemetery.
She married twice. She married Walter Elmer
Walter was born in CA May 31, 1888. Walter was the son of
and Garrison. Walter died December 21, 1952 in Santa Clara
Co, CA, at 64 years of age. She married Thatcher.
Margaret May "Maggie" Holman and Walter Elmer Davis had the following child:
14 i. Dorothe Robert3 Davis was born in CA December 22, 1910. Dorothe died January 18, 1980 in San Joaquin Co, CA, at 69 years of age. She married Richards.
5. Jessie B.2 Holman (William Dudley1) was born in CA February 24, 1879. Jessie died January 6, 1957 or 1958 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, CA, at 77 years of age.
She married William C. Hines. William was born in New York April 12, 1883. William was the son of Hines and Clinton. William died March 16, 1948 in Sacramento Co, CA, at 64 years of age.
Jessie B. Holman had the following child:
15 i. Venita3 She married Lauffer.
6. Carl2 Holman (William Dudley1) was born October 1881.
Carl Holman had the following child:
16 i. Girl3 Holman
8. James Marion "Jim"2 Holman (William Dudley1) was born September 19, 1884. James died 1925 in Sacramento, at 40 years of age.
James Marion "Jim" Holman had the following child:
17 i. Hazel May3 Holman
10. Roy2 Holman (William Dudley1) was born in Cottonwood, Ca. April 3, 1890. Roy died February 4, 1954 in Oakland, Alameda Co, Ca., at 63 years of age. His body was interred February 8, 1954 in San Bruno, CA, Golden Gate National Cemetery.
He married twice. He married Doris Mabel
married W. T. Stacks. He married Ina Claire Walter Salinas, Ca.,
29, 1923. Ina was born Berryessa, Santa Clara Co, Ca. November
1901. Ina was the daughter of Charles Henry Walter and Ella Marie
Meador. She married Harry John Pfau in Oakland, Alameda Co, CA,
24, 1919. She married Caserta. Ina died June 25, 1993
Yolo Co, Ca., at 91 years of age. Her body was interred June 30,
1993 San Bruno, San Mateo Co, CA, Golden Gate National
Roy Holman and Doris Mabel Pope had the following child:
18 i. Roy Albert "R. A."3 Holman was born in Lodi, San Joaquin Co, CA
Roy Holman and Ina Claire Walter had the following children:
+ 19 ii. Dudley Roy
12. Cora Leona2 Holman (William Dudley1) was born in Cottonwood, Shasta Co, CA March 3, 1895. Cora died October 29, 1976 in Burlingame, San Mateo Co, CA, at 81 years of age. Her body was interred November 5, 1976 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, CA.
She married Arthur Morley March 18, 1914. Arthur was born England ca1885. Arthur was the son of Morley.
Cora Leona Holman and Arthur Morley had the following children:
+ 23 i. William James
was born April 1, 1916.
13. Harley "Harlie"2 Holman (William Dudley1) was born in Crockett, CA August 13, 1897. Harley died May 29, 1964 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, CA, at 66 years of age. His body was interred June 1, 1964 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, CA, East Lawn Cemetery.
He married Iva Margaret Winters. Iva was born in
May 30, 1905. Iva was the daughter of Martinell. Iva
died May 22, 1985 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, CA, at 79 years of
Her body was interred May 24, 1985 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, CA,
25 i. Marlowe June3 Holman was born in Sacramento Co, CA August 30, 1921.
|HOLMES||I was born Barbara Ann Holmes, 12/2/34, at Anthony Hosp, in
City, to Hazel Mae (nee Byrant) and Elmer Marion Holmes. My OBC says it
was a legitimate birth. I was not adopted until I was 3. Bfather was
in Des Moines, he was 40 at my birth, he worked at Benet Co. Brokers in
Carrol Iowa. Hazel Mae was 31, she was born in Sioux City. They had
married for 6 yrs. I am hoping to find siblings or any other
I found Elmer Holmes in SSDI Search results. Elmer had a Iowa SSN 484-64-9592 It says he died on 24th of feb 1971 In MO. 64456 Grant City Worth, MO . Any info from his obit of brothers and sisters or heirs would make me so happy before I die.
The dates match up PerfectlyJ Help an old women die happy knowing that there may be some of her b-family. I got all info off of my OBC.
|HOLMES, Elmira||Deklb, Clinton|
|HOLMES, Marilda||Deklb, Clinton|
Henry and William migrated from Mercer Co. WV c.1858 to Cedar Co. and then to Douglas Co.
|HOLSTON||Henry and William migrated from Mercer Co. WV c.1858 to Cedar Co. and then to Douglas Co.|
|HOLT||or BOLT - Lydia
Married George Cornell in or around Dallas Co., mid l800's. Children Sarah and David. Indian connections. Lydia must've died and George remarried several times, moving to OK and Ark., where he's buried.
||Thomas and George Holt,
emigrated from England to Dresden, OH,
then to Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri. Many descendants in the Joplin
area, including: RICHARDS, STIERS, MCCONAGHY, ALLEN, MILLER, BAKER,
|HOLT, Andrew (Andy)||Adair Co.|
|HOLT, Benjamin R. (Rainey)||B. Feb. 11, 1813 D. Jan 26, 1898 Andrew Co. bur. Dailey Cem. lst wife d/o Rebecca Sarah E. King (Holt) B. Feb. 15, 1823 in NC D. Nov. 16, 1857 Andrew Co. Mo. buried in Dailey Cemetery. Mother-in-law Rebecca Rainey (Mebane) King w/o John King B. Aug. 10, 1780 D. April 5, 1876 D/o Benjamin Rainey of NC. 2nd wife of B.R.Holt, Rebecca. B. April 24, 1813, D. Dec. 17, 1874.|
|HOLT, George Milton||born in Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri in 1863. Son of George Holt and Mathilda Lewis. Removed to Washington State in 1907.|
|HOLT, Hiram||Adair Co.|
|HOLT, Ida Emma Gordon||born in Stone county Missouri on July 15th 1900 to Bev Gordon and Mary (Evaline Georgea Plyne Harriett Marriett Palestine (Surname Byrd) Gordon those were all her names and my aunt got her put on the cherokee rolls when we were little. They also had a son name Miller Jack (Silverstar Gordon, a son name Evert Gordon, a daughter name Rosella and I think 1 or 2 more girls and they came to Oklahoma in the very early 1900 my Grandmother wasn''t very old. And we are somewhere down the line related to Jim Thorpe. Any help would be appreciated.|
|HOLT, James E.||and wife Martha J Wren - married Aug 13, 1882.|
|HOLTGREFE, Bernhard||St. Louis|
|HOLTMANN, William||William Holtmann lived in or around the St. Louis area. Born Dec. 18, 1886 Married Adlene Hermes , born Feb.7, 1899 Married April 28, 1909. Adlene Hermes was also from St.Louis.|
|HOLTON||I recently received social security records indicating his father's name was Edwin Leroy Holton, His mother's maiden name was Martha Jane Puffer and my grandfather's name was George Holton born 3-4-1898 in St. Louis, Mo.|
||Joseph Holzhauser and
Maximiliana Selb and descendants. From Baden, German & moved
to Callaway County, Missouri area.
|HOLZWORTH, Jacob||and his 3 children, Mary, Hillary and Alice. They came to Saline County from Iowa before 1900.|
|HON, George A.||married Axie Allie Harrington, September 18, 1926, both from
County. Lee Cortes Hon father of George, wife of Lee, Callie Mae
Phillips both of Platte Co. All of the above are buried in the
at Platte City, MO.
Gerald Coffey Hon, brother of George also buried at Platte City
|HON, Mae Belle
||was born in Parkville, Platte Co, MO, 1 Nov 1931 to James Eugene Hon (b 8 Jul 1905, d 10 Sept 1968 and Opal Berniece Naylor (b 18 June 1908, d 10 March 1977)|
|HONAKER, John Christian||Lewis|
|HONICAN, David||Iam looking for any information on David Honican around the 182501850 period. His father was Jacob Honican from Kentucky.|
|HONSINGER||See John Honssinger|
|HONSSINGER, John||Born in 1805 in Canada.11,12 John died in Laclede Co.,
Missouri in 1845, he was 40. Buried in Leclede Co., Missouri at the Family's
Farm. MO. Would like to know if his family is French or where they
On 9 Oct 1827 when John was 22, he married Matilda GILLESPY,
They had the following children:
Note: Honssinger is also spelt as 'Honsinger'.
|HOOBLER, John Robert||Dallas 1850 -|
|HOOD||John Hood,> Ausburn p. Hood,> William Barton Hood,
Green Hood (Lum)1882-1947
abt 1795- 1818-1895 > Richard H. Hood, 1838- >John Osburn Hood (Johnnie)1867-1953
> Sarah A. Hood 1840- >Alvis David Hood (Dave)1875-
> Martha A. Hood 1843 >James W Hood1877
> Mary Jane Hood 1849-1907 >Simual E Hood (Sim)1884-1969
(Mrs. Green Williams) >Charlie Hood 1886-1886
> Belzora (Bell) Amanda Hood 1854-1879 >Elmer Ruben Hood (Tump)1890-1973
(Mrs. William W. Hale >Lillian F Hood 1893-1989
> Louis Hood 1858- Mrs. Leard Mason
>Marion Frances Hood 1895-
Ausburn's Childred of 2nd wife Susan >Minnie Mae Hood 1898-1969
>Rebecca Hood 1856- Mrs. John M. Moore
>Joist Hood 1858- >Barton Roy Hood (Bart) 1902-
>Reilla ? Hood 1860-
> Mary Hood 1866-
>Ceila Hood 1867-
|HOOKER||Linn, Sullivan Home Page|
||Eliza Pannel of Jasper County. Want to find out if he was in civil war.|
|HOOKEY, Christopher Columbus
||born around 1875 to 1880?
|HOOKEY, Ollie Leroy
||born July 20, 1900|
1850>present. John from Germany, sons George & John.
Other names include Herbst/Herpst, Potthoff, Seykora, McNulty,
|HOOTEN, Marion||b: 9-16-1850, St. Clair County, Mo.
|HOOVER, Sarah P||b 1862 Crittenden Co. KY, m; LEWIS, Richard L. b
Mt. Vernon, MO . January 15,1880, Lawrence Co. Children ; Clarence, Fredrick, Jessie, Beulah, Opal R. Opal Rose LEWIS was my ggrandmother b; Apr 4,1884, Lawrence, MO d; Jan 10,1966, Flint,MI
|HOOVER, Seldon Rex||born 1870 in Tuscumbia, MO., married Ida Emily Johnston. Owned or worked for newspaper in Tuscumbia, MO. Looking for Seldon's parents.|
Underwood-Hope or Dudley-Hope or Steele-Underwood are the grandparents
& Great Grandparents I'm looking for from the St.Francois county
|HOPE, Daniel C.||I am searching for the parents of Daniel C. Hope b. 1-12-1859 in Missouri. His children were born in Vernon County, Missouri and they were in Moundville and Nevada.|
|HOPE, Gerald David
||born aprox 1939, once married to sheriana bush of Kansas city,divorced aprox 1960|
|HOPE, Gustus P.||Schuyler|
|HOPKE, E. Henry||Pike|
|HOPKINS||Lincoln co .Franklin co,Jasper co, Cedar co,Howell co, Douglas co,Montgomery Co all abv in Missouri ,and Benton Co Ark, some of my Hopkins went to TX & Oklahoma also...I have abt 100 Pages of Hopkins in Missouri|
|HOPKINS||WILLIAM HUGHES HOPKINS 1860-1916 ATCHISON COUNTY
ELLIA [ROSE] SHAW 1857-1921 HARRISON COUNTY
TEN CHILDREN-VERNON,MAGGIE DUNHAM,CARROOL H.,MATTHEW M.,AUSTIN J.,STELLA
BANNISTER,JOSEPH C.,RUSSELL W., BELTON W., GENEIVE SOME BURIED IN GRANDE
HALL CHRISTIAN CEM WESTOBORO
MATTHEW M 1881-1969 TARKIO,MO
IVAN GAYNELL WAX 1886=1992 MARRIED IN TARKIO. 4 CHILDREN
RAYMOND M. EITHEL G.,MARY ELIZ [WILLIS] ELLIA J [STRAUB]
LOOKING FOR INFO ON ANY OF THESE PEOPLE
|HOPKINS||Lewis F. Hopkins and Anna Catherine Domer Hopkins. Lewis F. b. 1815 Pennsylvania. Came to St. Francois County, Missouri about 1858. Had 11 children: Eli David, Edie K., Mary Agnes, Annie Elizabeth, Jeremiah, Emma, Michael K.,James A., Sarah Catherine, George Blair and Alice Margaret b. 1864 Farmington, Mo. (my great grandmother). Other associated names include: Mason,Powell,Griffin,Ward,Doughty,Chadbourn(e), Cunningham,Evans, and Govreau.|
|HOPKINS||New Liberty Baptist Cemetery HOPKINS family, Howell Co, MO|
|HOPKINS, Albert||bn 22 Sep 1818 Ky d. 21 Apr 1905 St Louis. Buried Zion cemetary in HOPKINS family plot|
|HOPKINS, Edgar Thomas|
|HOPKINS, Eliza Ann|
|HOPKINS, Elizabeth Ann Martin-Greer||Howell|
married Agnes Anderson
married Mary Ann Harman Kinworthy
Lived in Washington County, MO
|HOPKINS, Fredrick||Died Feb. 16, 1886 in GENTRY COUNTY. Buried in
Church Cemetery near Albany, MO. Married to
HOPKINS, CATHARINE Died 1889 in GENTRY COUNTY. My name is Angie DeLong. My maiden name is Hopkins. I grew up across the river from this cemetery where most family members are buried. However, I have very little information about where my G-Grandfather came from and what ethnic/racial groups he may belong to. I have a picture of him with Catharine when they were growing older. I also know that Catharine originally came from New York where she was widowed (her first husband was a Wood or Woods). She and Fredrick brought children to this union and also had a family together. I would love to hear from anyone who can help me piece together history beyond what I have. I also have quite a bit of information about Hopkins' of later generations and know where most everyone is buried. I recall a census I read at one time that led me to believe that Fredrick had a brother, George, who settled in Worth, Co. Local history tells us that a George Hopkins served on a Civil War committee for the county.
|HOPKINS, George W.||Osage HOME
|HOPKINS, Hester Ann|
|HOPKINS, Hubert||bn 4 Nov 1853 d. 27 Feb 1930 m. Leonora Miller. He also had many patents.|
|HOPKINS, Ivan||Wright county, Missouri around the early 1900s.Married Angie Visalia Smith.|
|HOPKINS, Janice M.|
|HOPKINS, Levi||born Feb 16 1867, Steelville Mo. His father died from a fall from a tree shortly before his birth. This man was possibly named Serber or Sierber. His mother remarried John Hopkins. Her maiden name was possibly Rebecca Woolsey. Levi married Lillie Bowers and they had 5 children. He was editor of the Crawford Mirror. Died of stroke in 19 - teens. Would like info about his mother, siblings, or real father.|
||Springfield, Mo area
Traveled to San Franciso Area and opened a hotel.
Relation to the Jackson Family, Jennings, Mo
|HOPKINS, Martha Alice|
|HOPKINS, Mary Jane|
|HOPKINS, Maude||Maude (Hopkins) Weatherwax 1899-1982|
|HOPKINS, Myra Vietta|
|HOPKINS, Sarah Elizabeth (Pace)|
|HOPKINS, Susan||married brantly harris in wayne co or iron co mo about 1863.
two boys james and william willis harris and daughter may or mary
harris born 1869. susan died at this birth. im not sure who her
were but may be willis hopkins born 1811 tenn and margret
children joseph mary susan jacob
imo b. james richard
henry all born tenn
|HOPKINS, William Henry||b. 1852 in Tenn. died in Mo. 1886. He was married to
Minerva Jane Davidson also b. in Tenn. d. in Mo. W.H.'s parents were Hardin William and Matilda J. Duncan Hopkins.
|HOPKINS, William Wallace||bn 16 Nov 1850 d 19 Nov 1916 m. LOSINA ADAMS . He invented Moons-Hopkins posting machine. Would like to get info on all of his patents as he had over 100.|
|HOPPE, Louis F. Jr.||St. Jo County, DOB: 6 Apr 1903 died Oct 1980 he was married to Ethel L. Hersch, mothers name Bessie Beatrice Hines Hoppe Montgomery, father Louis Frederick Hoppe Sr., one daughter Lois F. Hoppe Rice Kimbrel|
||Texas Co, MO marriage records
show Alexander Hopper m. Jane Yoakum 25 Oct. 1870. I would like to find
his parents and when he died.
|HOPPER, Abraham Lincoln||born 1865 in DADE Co. His parents were William H.
and Catherine Parnell Hopper. A. mar. (1) Sarah Evelyn Scott, (2) Ida Mae Stroud Ford @a 1917/18. Family originally from Tenn
|HOPPER, Barbara Ellen||born (1850s) Married 2 August 1881 Cape Girardeau, Missouri,
Jefferson Miller. Their daughter (my grandmother) was born 25 April
Missouri, Married William Luther Goodman 8 March 1912 Cape girardeau, Missouri.
|HOPPOUGH||William In 1900 is listed as living in St. Louis, Missouri at
of his sister's death in N.Y. Looking for any information on
name, regardless of the given name.
|HOPSON||Pemiscott county around 1918|
|HOPTON, John Jr.||B.. Green Cty, Il. Married 3 times--Frances Ellen (Franky) Bunch; Julia Ann Dewey And Lavina Evans. Had 17 children. D. Clinton, MO 12 Dec 1877. I am grandaughter of the his lastchild--Charles Marion Hopton.|
|HOPWOOD||I am looking for information concerning my Great GreatGrandmother Harriet S. Hopwood who lived in Marion County, Missouri, she purchased land thru the Palmyra land office in 1848. I believe she was married to James Hopwood. Her daughter Elizabeth married a Reuben Fray. Would like more information on this family.|
||Given names: Thomas married to
Elizabeth ?; James P married to Mahalia Wallace
All from the Independent city of St. Louis from 1880 to 1930. Thomas and Elizabeth immigrated here from Ireland and England respectively in 1855. They married about 1873. Their children were Mary, James, Thomas, John, Alphonses, Olive, Susan L and Bessie.
|HORD||I believe the first MO Hord was either Francis or George and
from around Lexington, KY.
I am: Jonathan Mark Hord, son of John Thornton Hord who was son of Forrest Thornton Hord - all of Ray County.
|HORIGAN, John W.||born 9-25-1925|
|HORMAN, John H.||b. 8/4/1813 d. 10/6/1869 married Cina Wells, b. 4/3/1837 d. 1/3/1916 children John Jr, and Elizabeth|
|HORN||Raphael "Ray" Alfred Horn.
b. 8 March 1898 in Farmington, Ste. Genevieve Co., MO
d. 27 February 1962 in Oxnard, Ventura Co., CA
His father was Alfred Lee Horn and his mother was Laura McClintock
|HORN, Jesse||He was on the 1850 MO., Ripley Co. census with a son Joseph, 16, who might be my gg-grandfather.|
|HORNBARGER, Hosea||New Madrid, Pemiscot, Scott|
|HORNBARGER, Robert Lee||New Madrid, Pemiscot, Scott|
|HORNBECK, Fred Oscar||MARRIED IN TANEY COUNTY|
|I am descended from Samuel HORROCKS who came from Lancashire,
& settled in St. Louis in the 1870's. He
married Orelia Michaud & had 7 children
|HORTON||Looking for a Samuel L.b. in Mo. a Sara L., William A.|
|HORTON, Clark||Horton, Gentry Joseph "Joe" born in 1878 Iron Mountain Missouri. Gentry may have married Venetia or Venitia Wideman from Jefferson County Missouri|
|HORTON, Ernest E||Kirksville Mo between 1917-1919|
|HORTON, Gentry Joe||w. Nettie Mae Wideman|
||New Madrid County Came to
New Madrid County from alabama
||Came to Lincoln Co. from NC
prior to 1850
|HORTON, John Thomas
||Born in Missouri 21 Nov 1851,
1880 he is in Texas per 1880 census.
|HORTON, Nettie Mae (Wideman)||said to have died in childbirth in september of 1903|
|HORTON, Rhoda||married John Webb and lived in Madison Co|
1850>present. John from Germany, sons George & John.
Other names include Herbst/Herpst, Potthoff, Seykora, McNulty,
|HOSEY||John B. and Eliza Jane (Little) in Washington Township, Cedar County, Missouri. Settled in that area approximately 1857-58 and remained there until their passing shortly before and after 1880. Children were Isaac, Thomas, Julia, Jonathan, Shouda (?), Derinda, George and Winfield (my g grandfather).|
|HOSMAN, James||b. 2 Mar 1848 in Daviess Co., MO. m. Cathena WHEELER b. 18 Jul 1853 in Indiana. Daughter, Effa Mae (Effie) HOSMAN b. 8 Nov 1874 in Caldwell Co., MO m. 25 Oct 1896 to John W. WILLARD|
||Crampton, Jacob could be
father. Crampton born Dec 11, 1826 in Tennessee. Was in the
1850's census and beyond in Missouri. Married Martha Jane
Hutcherson in 22 July 1849. Children: Isaac Maloney Hoss b.Jun 1, 1869,
Cartherine Hoss 1855, and Herman 1860. Isaac married Eadith
Ellen Smith Feb 15, 1895. They and thier descendents lived in
Gasconade, Crawford and Phelps Counties.
|HOUCHIN||1880-1900. Cornelius Alexander Houchin lived in Dunklin County, with first wife Martha (Williams) and second wife Margaret. His children with Martha were Mildred, Almira Josephine, Elnore, Thomas Sales and William A. Children with Margaret were Effie May and Beulah.|
|HOUCHIN, Julia Thomas
||was the daughter of A.M. Houchin
(I think). Julia married Samuel Estel White. They had 8
children, Charles, Stoy, Walter, Myrtle, Mary, Hattie, Martha and
Effie. From those children, Mary White married Otis Otto Thurman.
|HOUCHINS||Ezra Swalley and Susan Houchins were married in Pike Co Missouri February 2, 1870. My great randmother Jennie Dean Swalley was born February 22, 1871 in Lincoln Co Missouri. She had a sister? Addie, Blanche, and a brother Charles S. Sometime they traveled to Lincoln Nebraska.|
Alice and their children. I believe Edward Eugene
Houchins, son of Thomas and Alice lived in
|HOUGHTONS||particularly in Jefferson County, MO from about 1880. Oral tradition has several brothers from England very involved in the glass business there. Great Grandfather Peter Houghton drowned Aug 1896, left widow & 5 sons, one was my grandfather.|
|HOUK, Andrew Jackson
10-11-1825 to 9-21-1870/79. Born in Cooper Co, MO, buried in Henry co. MO, married Mary Jane HILL 9-21-1848 in Moniteau co, MO. I am trying to locate his parents who I believe to be George and Katherine "Katy" HOUK.
|HOUSE||Looking for family connection to brothers John House and Clarence House. According to family history, John House married Sarah Henry, had a son William Henry House (b Dublin, MS 1910) and might have lived for a time somewhere in Missouri. His brother, Clarence House b 1883, married Julia Ann Tripplet, also lived in Missouri. Their daughter, Fannie, was born in the state, but she cannot remember where. The House family seemed to have moved around a bit! There are parts of the family still in TN,ILL, MS, MO,CA,IND,OH.|
|HOUSE, Nimrod||Pike Co|
||perhaps from Ohio
||Housworth, Camden Co. Missouri
||Surnames: HOUSTON HUSTON GRASS
WEST ROBINSON MCCOY RUSH LUCAS REAVIS BURNIM
|HOUSTON, Angetell Maligan
|HOUSTON, Clarence||married a Mary Katherine Ball and lived in Mound City MO.
They later had at least two children Betty Ann Houston and Raymond Houston, any more we are unaware of. The only other information we have is that Mary Katherine is buried in Mount Hope Cemetry in Webb City MO and Aunt Betty is suppose to be buried there also but is lost, believed never to have been removed from the train that carried her remains to MO. We also believe to know that Clarence Houston was 68 when he passed away, any information would be of great help.
||He was my great-grandfather. I know that his full name is Joseph Allen Houston. Parents unknown. City of Birth unknown. Born 1973. Married Nancy? Died 14 July 1954. Five Children. Jack Houston (living Richland, WA), Mack (deceased), Barney (deceased), Sam (deceased) and one daughter Marie (married name Scott).|
|HOVEY, Eleazer||b.1816 NY and wife Caroline Penniman, sons Romeo Hamlet and Charles Eugene Springfield, Greene Co and Buffalo, Dallas Co|
|HOWARD||Mercer, Putnam, Sullivan|
|HOWARD||in Stoddard Co and New Madrid Co. 1877-1942|
|HOWARD, Alice||St. Louis County, St. Louis City|
|HOWARD, Charles||St. Louis County, St. Louis City|
|HOWARD, Edmund J.
||Born 1860 in Missouri
I’m trying to find who the parents of Edmund J. Howard were.
He is my g-g-g grandfather. He married Blanche Everett in Corydon, Iowa in 1885. He became a physician in Iowa.
The Iowa census lists Edmund’s father as having been born in Kentucky and his mother in Illinois.
There were stories in the family that some members of the Howard family knew members of Quantrill’s Raiders and Jesse James Gang. This has made me look at William Howard who founded the town of Strother, Missouri… later renamed Lee’s Summit, however, there may not be any relationship.
||married to Nancy;children;Osa;Mathu(Mathew);Myrtle;Thomas &Williamitta.Lived in Senath,Mo,Dunklin County.|
|HOWARD, Harriet||St. Louis County, St. Louis City|
|HOWARD, James Edward
||I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT THE
PARENTS OF JAMES EDWARD HOWARD, BORN DEC 30, 1880 IN DOUGLAS COUNTY
MISSOURI. LATER MOVED TO ARKANSAS, (JACKSON COUNTY), AND MARRIED MINNIE
BELL McCOY. HAD 4 SONS – LONNIE HOWARD; BERNICE PRENTIS HOWARD; LUTHER
E HOWARD & ROBERT LEVERAL HOWARD. MINNIE WAS STEP-MOTHER TO LONNIE.
|HOWARD, James M.||Cole|
Lincoln County, KY to Lincoln County, MO
Researching Howdeshell Family from 1736 to Present date.
|HOWE||CHARLES & AGNES GALLAGHER HOWE
KANSAS CITY & MOBERLY, MISSOURI
Elizabeth Comfort Church
Thomas R. S.
|HOWE, William H.||in Putnam County circa 1870-1880's.|
|HOWELL, Charles Eugene
born Feb.12, 1931 (in Chaffee, Mo.?) died June 27, 1979.
His father was William, and his mother was Lucy Ann (Smith) Howell.
|HOWELL, Crystal||daughter or granddaughter of Allen Cripps.|
|HOWELL, Donald Gene
born Oct. 23, 1940 (in Rockview, Mo.) died Dec. 15, 1978
A brother to CHARLES. His mother was Sally Christine(?) Howell
|HOWELL, Harvey A.
born May 16, 1928 (in Vanduser, Mo.) died June 20, 1996
Another brother to CHARLES. His first wife was Patsy Nadine (Glency) Howell. His second wife was
Novella Slinkard (Borneman). He had a son named Mark Howell, and 3 daughters, Linda (Kilburn), Donna (Rector),
and Mickey (Howell). His sister was Irene (Gill?).
|HOWELL, Lewis Ford
born June 3, 1922 died June 11, 1966
Also a brother to Charles. Had a son named Roger Howell and a daughter named Joyce (Howell).
|HOWELL, Lucy Ann (Smith)
born April 9, 1896 (in Essex, Mo.) died Sept. 13, 1986 (in Chaffee, Mo.?)
Mother to the above listed people. Her father was John Henry Smith, and her mother was Lucenda
(Ewing) Smith. Lucy married Wm. W. Howell (listed below) on Aug. 20, 1916.
|HOWELL, Patsy Nadine
born Aug. 12, 1931(in Chaffee, Mo.?) died Feb. 21, 1987
Her father was Lawrence Joseph Glency, and her mother was Jessie Rozina (Bailey) Glency. Patsy
married Harvey A. Howell on Jan. 9, 1926.
|HOWELL, Pearl (Howell)
born March 1, 1907 (in Zalma, Mo.) died July 9, 1999
Sister to William. Married Vernie (?) Hubbard Jan. 12, 1924. Had a son named Tommy (?) Hubbard, and
a daughter named Opal (Cady).
|HOWELL, Sally Christine(?)
born Feb. 26, 1926 died June 30, 1984
A sister to Charles. Mother to Donald, and had a daughter named Ruth Ann (Gray). Sister to Irene.
|HOWELL, Thomas J.
||West Plains, Missouri and
Harrison, Arkansas in 1872
|HOWELL, William Wilburn
(or WILBUR) born May 1, 1892 (in Ill.?) died Aug. 20, 1981
His father was Paul Howell, and his mother was Elizabeth (Rice) Howell. His sisters were Pearl (Hubbard)
and Roxie (Warren).
|OWELL, Jonathan||came to Stoddard Co., abt 1853. Would like to exchange information on his descendants.|
|HOWELL, William||of ST Louis, MO.|
|HOWEN||Albert Howen, Reiner Howen, anywhere in Misouri Albert was born Oct 20 1862 place unk. Reiner is Alberts Father|
||My great grandmother was Genora
Mae Abshur (Absher) Howerton, born in Missouri or Illinois. I
can't find out for sure where she was born. She was born on
1-20-1870. She married John Marion Stout ll-l4-1888. They
married in Missouri. She had 2 children, and she died
2-27-1892. I don't know where she died. I can't find out
anything about her parents, etc.
|HOYLE, James M. L.||born 1850 Tenn, married to Mary Strickland, born Mo 1870. He was a minister in Montgomery Co. in 1900 census.|
|HUBBARD||Macon, Randolf, Howard|
|HUBBARD||given names are: Thomas, James, Lewis, Edmond Crocket, Joseph, John, Elijah and any of their decendants. Polk County, Cedar County, Lawerence County and Benton County, that is the ones I am sure that at least some of them were in starting with Polk County.|
|HUBBARD, Sallie A.|
|HUBBLE||Grover Hubble and wife Emma and son Lawrence are listed in the 1920 St. Louis Missouri census.|
|HUBER||Mary, Adolph and Regina. They were the children of Charles and Elizabeth Lueckenhoff Huber. I have no idea when they were born but they were supposedly taken in by their uncle Hermann Bruns after their parents died. Charles died about 1851 and Elizabeth died October 15, 1854. Family stories tell me that their aunt and uncle left Westphalia Missouri and moved to around Martinsburg, MO|
|HUBER||Ste. Genevieve Co.|
|HUBER, John Phillip||b. Aug 1850. d. Feb. 1931. Wife Magdelina Kimmling b. July 1851. d. April 1923. Of St. Louis. Children: Albert Phillip Huber B. 1893, Joseph Huber b. 1877 d. July 1931, George Huberb. Nov 1885, Lena Huber b.1880?, Bella Huber b. 0ct 1881, Louis Huber, Julius Huber d. 1887, Elisa Huber d. 1888.|
|HUBRICH||Hermann Hubrich & family came from Posen Province in Prussia to Schuyler in 1884.|
|HUCK, Bertha||married to Frank or Francis (I think)
Joerger in late
18th or early 19th century. I believe she died around 1918. They had
three children: my mother, Walburga was oldest, born July 3, 1904 and
had a younger sister, Emma, and brother, Fred. Would like to know
grandparents birth dates and date and place of marriage and when they
emigrated here from Baden Baden, Germany. FYI: My mother married Ray
Fulhorst in the late 20s and was widowed. She divorced her second
husband whom I know nothing about. Her third husband was my father,
|HUCKABY||(Bedford Co., VA > Barren Co., KY >
Polk/Dallas/Hickory Co., MO)
|HUDDLESTON||Oregon county Mo. Roxie Jane born 1891 in Rover, Mo. parents Jessie M. and Louisa F. Jessie born in Thomasville,Mo. Louisa Hamilton of Memphis,Tenn. Roxie married a Judd in Mo. or Okl. also married a Nicholson in Mo. or Okl. Jessie may have written a book. Louisa may have run a phone from her home.|
|HUDDLESTON, Abraham||b 1774, Va; moved to Oregon Co, Mo in
1821. (was Wayne Co,
Co). He married Mary Allen. Had 10 sons and
|HUDGENS||Benton County, MO. Nancy Lee
Hudgens born 1825,
is in Benton County, MO, on 1850 Census with husband John Johnson, probably middle name Henry. They moved to Pulaski County, MO, sometime before 1860 Census; Nancy shows up there with her children, no John Johnson. Last child born to this family was born in Pulaski County, by the census. On the 1850 Benton County Census, below John and Nancy, is John and a David Hudgens, and their families; these I believe are Nancy's brothers. With David is a M. A.
Wilson, she is probably the Hudgens siblings mother Remarried, or a slight chance it is David Hudgens wife's mother. I am in contact with other siblings of John and Nancy (Hudgens) Johnson, we are all trying to find out
more about this line. After the Civil War, they seemed to have scattered to other areas in MO, and or other states.
||mo 1934 to 1964|
||William Allen Hudson and Ester Belle Worrell|
|HUDSON, John||He is listed in the 1880 MO Census in MontRose, Henry Co. He was born in KY in 1845. According to the census his wife's name was Nancy. She was born in MO in 1847. They had five children-Annie, Fendle,Virginia B.,Alex C. and Ollie. I can get no more info on them and I am stumped. My Grandfather was Alex C., who later moved to NE. He and his brother Fendle married sisters with the last name of Harley.|
|HUDSPETH, Mary E.
||b. abt. 1874 , living with Joel Hudspeth a widower in Rush, Buchanan County during the 1880 census. May have married a William L. Cole abt. 1889. Any information on the Hudspeths in Buchanan Co from 1850 to 1900 would be appreciated|
|HUELSICK, August||(1833-1905) married Augusta Holman (1838-1921) in Germany, settled in St. Louis. Their daughter Olive (1872-1924) married John Casper Lowell 1869-1959). They are my Grandparents and I am trying to find out about them.|
|HUES||Christian Co Joseph & Huston born 1860s AR, age 12 & 10 in 1870 MO census|
|HUFENDICK||St. Louis City|
|HUFF||Greene, Howell - Home Page|
|HUFF||Jacob H. Huff
+Lurinda Ellen Link
Mont Herbert Huff b: Aug 19, 1882 in Success, Texas, MO
+Opal Vivian Roy b: Oct 15, 1890 in Overbrook, Douglas, KS
--Mother: Mary Ellen Consdell Father: Frank Teel Roy
|HUFF, Ada Delitha
||(b. 12/1906), married Thomas
Gipson (b. apx 1895) in Iron County 1920. Her sister Ethyl Huff was
married to Thomas' brother Henry Gipson. Ada and Thomas were my
mother's parents. She (Jenny Delitha)and her brother (Bernard Henry)
were adopted when the parents divorced apx 1924.
|HUFF, Fredrick||married Olive Cort and moved to Denver, Colorado prior to the 1920 census.|
|HUFF, Pierce Rhodes|
|HUFF, William Riley||and Louisa Frances Tuttle. They lived in Christian County, Mo. and came to Colorado in early 1900's.|
|HUFFMAN||Texas, Howell, Shannon|
|HUFFMAN||Looking for any relatives related to Benjamin and Ada Huffman, They are the parents of Cecil and Lillie May Huffman. They lived Quelin, MO when Cecil was born. Benjamin had brothers named Abraham, Levi, George. His parents names are John and Margaret Hufffman.|
||his daughter was Gladys Huffman
||b)1858 Nov 30 d) 1928 Apr 22
married ROGERS, Amanda Elizabeth b) 1861 Sep 18 f) Henry F
HUFFMAN b) abt 1813 married BOYER, Mary M All are buried in the
HUFFMAN family cemetary, Douglas Co., MO, USA. looking for more
family information on all
|HUFSTEDLER||Ripley - Home Page|
|HUGGANS, James G.
||in Lyda township
|HUGGINS||Descendants of George Washington and Frances Elizabeth "Fanny" Ball Huggins in Stoddard Co., MO.|
||in Wayne County. Married John M.
|HUGHES||Christian Co Joseph & Huston born 1860s AR, age 12 & 10 in 1870 MO census|
|HUGHES, Arthur Otis||See Hughs|
|HUGHES, Charles Everett||believe Buchanan County father to my grandfather Charles Jackson Sr might be related to Hughes in Rockport and would like to get in touch with anybody with any information.|
|HUGHES, Francis Marion||married to Sarah Adeline Johnson Ripley County, Missouri from Hamilton County, Illinois|
||b. 5/10/1900 in
1/?/1961 in Coldwater, parents William Hughes and Jennie Huff, brothers
Armon and Buford Hughes and sisters Stella Clemons and Frankie
Holland and Barbara(deceased?)
|HUGHES, Homer C.
||born Dec. 2, 1863
Married Hannah L. Fuller
November 15, 1882 in Livingston Co, Missouri. A son (no name) was born Sept.
16, 1883 in Livingston Co. Missouri. Would like a death date for Homer C.
|HUGHES, James Banks||married Margaret Elizabeth Douglass of Senath Missour in October of 1911, I think. I'm trying to verify the information I'm aware of and then try to establish the parents of William G. Hughes. He is buried in Little Rock, AR. I think he died in the 10's.|
||born in 1838 somewhere in
Missouri. Can't find his birthplace or the names of his
parents. According to the 1880 Montana census his father was born
in South Carolina and his mother was born in Georgia.
||and his wife Jennie McCoy
|HUGHES, Tremella Louise|
||I am searching for information
on my mother-in-law, VELMA MAE HUGHES. We know she was born West
Plains, Mo, 9/15/1907. She was raised by two uncles (whom we
believe to be her mothers brothers) by the names of George & Tom
Duke, they had a sister named Goldie. Goldie Duke married a man
who owned Suttons Bakery in Clovis, NM. We do know her father had
additional children; we DO NOT know his name or anything about any
other family members.
|HUGHES||Holt, Buchanan - John, David, Priscilla|
|HUGHES, Elbert Wayne||Phelps, St. Francois|
||(born 1861 in Wales) immigrated
to Pilot Knob, Iron county in 1877. He married Elizabeth Keenen
daughter of Owen and Mary A. Keenen.
Are there any county records hat would indicate where in Wales Harry came from?
|HUGHES, Harvey Drury|
|HUGHES, James||born July 24, 1814 and died July 9, 1872 in Bigelow. James Hughes and Eliza Jane Archer were married in Holt County, August 9, 1856. They had 8 children born in Bigelow, Holt Cty. The six children that lived were George, Cora, Harvey, Tea, Nettie or Nevasa, and Rose. Family moved to Smith Center Kansas about 1877|
||Found In 1850 Franklin County
census with wife Amanda and son Thomas Washington (2-yrs. old).
John was born about 1825 in Missouri. They had 2 additional
children, Mary Jane (1851) and Benjamin Franklin (1852), born in
Missouri, also. They emigrated to California in 1853; John died
of disease on the trail.
|HUGHES, Lavern||father of John and James Hughes|
||his wife Jennie McCoy.
They had two daughters Lizzie and Lula. I don't know where they
lived in Missouri.
|HUGHES, William||lived in MO before 1813 That was when they were found in AR. Some of the family members names were: Nathaniel, James Andrew,John,William Jr.& Aaron.|
|HUGHES, William Roy||I am looking for information on my grandmother. Her maiden name was Teroy. She was raised in an orphanage in or near Portageville, MO. She married William Roy Hughes in 1901 in Portageville. Roy was born in TN, as was his mother. His father was born in AL. I can't find either of their parents.|
|HUGHEY, Simpson||See Thomas Samuel Hughey|
|HUGHEY, Thomas Samuel||born November 1849 in Jackson, Cape Girardeau County, MO; died 6 October 1915 in Knobel, Clay County, AR. Married Lavinia Elizabeth Counts (b 04 July 1851 in Jackson, Cape Girardeau, MO) on 06 May 1874 in Perry County, MO. Children born in MO: Joseph F. Hughey (1877-1896); Charles E. Hughey (1879 Unknown); George Winfield Hughey (b 1881 Farmington, St. Genevieve Co - d 1971); Mary Lavinia Hughey (1884-Unknown); William Perry Hughey (1886-Unknown); Nicholas Robert Hughey (1888-Unknown); Zora Ethel Hughey (1890 Jackson County- 1974). Sometime between 1890 and 1900 moved to Knobel, Clay County, AR.|
|HUGHS||Arthur Otis to surname list. He was
born between 1880
Married Opal Marie Steeby around 1914. They had 12 or 13 children.
Leola b. feb.1915, Virginia b. 1916 or 1917, Laverne b unknown, Lou
b. in the 1930's, Jurl b. unknown, Chester b. unknown, Jack b. around
late 1930's, Phillip b. unknown, Mary E. b. unknown, Della Mae b. Jan.
1942 and one set of twins named Teddy and Elvin. Nobody is sure when
were born or how old they were when they died. just told it was
a early age. Arthur and Opal were from the Holt county, missouri area and later moved to Colorado and changed their name to Smith. Arthur completely changed his name to Ray Smith while Opal kept her first name. Arthur was a bridge builder.
|HUGHS, John||Hughes) b 1812-Tn & family on 1850
Madison Co, Mo
dau-Amanda 18-b Tn
dau-Nancy 16-b Tn
dau-Sarah 13-b Tn
son-John R 9-b Mo
dau-Elizabeth 5-b Mo
son-Milton P 3-b Mo
|HULLS, Gladys||born June 25, 1903|
|HULS, Gladys||See Hulls|
|HULSE||Johnson, Montgomery, St. Louis|
|HULSE, George W.|
|HULSEY, Bertha||married to Fred Tamme lived on Melrose
Ave in St. Louis,
1930-1950 this in U. City, Mo. Her Fathers name was Theordore Hulsey married to Annie Miller.
|HULVEY, Conrad||Greene Marion County and Greene County TN
also also MO. VA
and NC are
possible. m. Elisabeth Jameson
(variation possible on spelling) had at least one known dau Evaline Caroline m. Robert William Read in TN. Robert Read was an elder in Baptist organization. Setteld in various parts of Mo buried in Cabool MO.
|HUMBER, Albert A.||Andrew Co., Nodaway Co., MO|
|HUMBER, Ambrose W.||Nodaway Co., Gentry Co.,|
|HUMBER, Carrol C.||Andrew Co.|
|HUMBER, Neumeris D.||Buchanan Co., Platte Co.|
|HUMBER, Newmeris F.||Henry Co.,|
|HUMBER, Samuel T.||Andrew Co.|
|HUME||Dallas Co and Vernon Co|
||Lon C. Humble, 87, long-time
resident of Bartlesville, died early Saturday morning in the
Heritage House following a long illness.
He was born Jan. 20, 1886 in Vernon County, MO. His family moved to Craig
County, Indian Territory when he was a small boy and he grew up and attended
schools there. He married Miss Montie Pearl CARTER in 1908 and they moved to
Bartlesville in 1919 where he was active as a teamster in the oil fields.
Mrs. Humble died in 1957. Mr. Humble later worked as a cement finisher until
his retirement about 1950. He was a member of the Christian Church.
Graveside serivces will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday with Rev. John Turner of
the Central Nazarene Church officiating.
He is survived by four sons, Oliver HUMBLE of Tulsa; Paul HUMBLE of
Bartlesville; Clifford HUMBLE of San Francisco, Calif.; and Bill HUMBLE of
Bartlesville; two Daughters, Mrs. Rodney WILLIAMS of Bartlesville and Mrs.
Betty EDEN of Bartlesville; one sister, Mrs. Gladys WISEHART of Litchfield,
Ohio; 11 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
The Stumpff Funeral Home is in charge.
Obit posted in a Bartlesville, OK newspaper Sunday 12-16-1973
Lon's parents were John David HUMBLE born in Illinois around 1862 and Rachel
Ann WILSON born abt. 1864 in Illinois.
John and Rachel were married in Vernon, MO March 26, 1883
|HUMPHREY||Two lines: a) Scotland County and b) Jackson County (Kansas City) and into the Kansas side (Shawnee Mission & Overland Park)|
|HUMPHREY, David John||b. 9 Jan. 1859 in Jackson or Jacksonville MO, Randolph Co|
|HUMPHREY, Jesse||Son of Thomas Humphrey, b 13 Dec 1834 in VA, m Sarah Ann Monigold 18 July 1864, Marietta, Washington Co., OH, d 24 Aug 1916, Winston, Daviess Co., MO|
|HUMPHREY, Lewis Manville||Howell Co.|
|HUMPHREY, Nellie||daughter of J. Humphrey of Forsyth, Taney County, MO to Robert Alexander McFarland of Branson, married December 18, 1905 in Taney Co. MO.|
HUMPHREYS - CARROLL TWP, PLATTE, MO.
Settled in area from West Virginia 1895 - 1897. Family includes Ella V Wife 1857, Sons Everett, Hubert E, Ray R. Clint and Clyde (Twins) Daughters include Pearl (Humphrey) Crouch, Mamie (Humphrey) Groshong, Hellen (Humphrey) Sewell.
Descendents throughout Platte, Clinton, Clay Buchanan and Jackson counties
|HUMPHREYS||Humphreys Raymond Everett b. Sept. 18. 1925 at Bevier, MO. One of eleven children, parents were Jesse and Elizabeth Humphreys. Sometimes the (s) has been left off of the name.|
Harold Lindsay Humphreys son of Oscar & Sarah Lindsay Humphreys
Family came from Greenbrier Co, West Virginia
|HUMPHRIES, Richard Allen||son of Garland and Mrytle Humphries. Born around Gedion, Mo. November 1949. Moved to Flint, Mi. shortly after. Grandfather died 1937 and grandmother remarried to Doyle Fleetwood.|
|HUNDEPOHL, Bernard Hermann Burlage||Aware that Hermann immigrated to the Osage County, Missouri area from Westfalen, Germany around circa 1835. Also have information that Hermann may have operated a ferry boat on the Osage River near Westphalia, Missouri between 1835 - 1858. Additional information indicates that Bernard "Hermann" married Anna Broeker (parents George and Anna Broeker). Two children resulted from this marriage, Mary Catherine born approximately 1848 and George born some time pre-1858. Bernard "Hermann" supposedly died around 1858 and is buried in Westphalia, Missouri.|
|HUNDLEY, Ransom||married Emily Hodges December 1843 in
Platte Co., MO.
11 children, 10 born in MO, the 11th Henry T.G. Hundley born
Leavenworth Co., KS 1857. Ransom died about 1909, probably in Kansas City, MO.
|HUNOT, America||New Madrid|
|HUNOT, Bud||New Madrid|
|HUNOT, Gale||New Madrid|
|HUNOT, Louisianna||New Madrid|
|HUNOT, Missouri||New Madrid|
|HUNOT, Pearl||New Madrid|
|HUNOT, Richard||New Madrid|
|HUNSAKER||Atlas, Elmer, Henry, Orval, and Arthur. All lived in either Douglas or Wright Counties.|
|HUNSDORFER||Also seen as Hundsdorfer, Hunstoff, Hundsdoerfer. Nicholas and Frank Hunsdorfer moved to St. Louis in the 1890s, probably from Wisconsin. Their family had emigrated from Baden ca. 1882. Other siblings include Fred and Anton. Parents were Johannes Adam and Helen (Pfeifer) Hundsdorfer.|
|HUNSICKER, Franklin Hanslit||born Feb 18, 1913 Jackson Co MO|
||Thos.Benj.b.KY 1831 d.IL
1905 Capt.Silas Hunt 1803-1869 KY R.R.Hunt 1703-1809
|HUNT, George Lewis||born Springfield,MO Feb 02,1861
Married Nellie Jane Stults
born March 15, 1875
Children: twins Ira and Inez, Audie, Harvey
Lived in Stone county
|HUNT, George Lewis
|HUNTER, Albert G. Hunter||married Amanda Foley of Clark County, Mo|
|HUNTER, Charles H.|
|HUNTER, James C.
||born about 1835 in North Carolina , moved to Missouri, Dade Co.married Mary A Harris. their son Tobias Hunter|
|HUNTER, James C.
||Dade County Missouri. Married
Mary Ann Harris . Children are Mary , Elizabeth, John, Willian, Evan,
James, Albert, Tobias.
|HUNTER, Robert||and Ona (Prettyman) Hunter. Had two children. Nellie May and Ora Lee|
||b. about 1834 in Ireland, a
muleskinner (wagon train) owner during Civil War who owned farm at 20th
and Grand in Kaw Township (Kansas City) in 1880s. Wife was Agnes
McMahon and children were (Mary “Mamie” Hunter, Louisa “Lulu” Hunter,
Margaret “Maggie” Hunter, Annie “Nannie” Hunter, and Francis P. Hunter)
||Carroll county: William
W. Stephenson, married Sara Hunter
Children: Nancy Jane: Mary E.: Henry: Apphia: Nathan Oliver
married 2nd: Sophia Spriggs, widow of Benoi Brown of Kansas:
William was a Methodist Circuit Rider and minister. Civil War Veteran
Children of William and Sophia Stephenson; Euphame and Hattie (Harriet)
Euphame (Mayme) married William (Doc) Standley
Harriet (Hattie) married Phillip Allen
Nathan Oliver Stephenson, son of William W. and Sara Stephenson
married Emily Ann Braden, daughter of Jeremiah Braden, and Louisa Northcutt,
2 children: Charles and Golda Stephenson Emily (Anna) died in 1884, a result of birth of Golda
Nathan was a Methodist Circuit Rider in Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma
Nathan married 2nd: Minnie Shears
--2 children: Audra Iris & Vernon Robert Stephenson--These children were later adopted by a Mr.Rominger, who married Minnie.
Nathan Married 3rd: Gertrude? in California
Other Carroll Co. Surnames:
Johnson County: Elias Frey, married Cordelia Frey,
Minerva Frey, Edith Frey, Peter Frey, Mahlon Frey,Samuel, Frey, Fry, Jonathon Frey, Charles Frey, Elias Jr.Frey James Frey,
Charles Repp marries Minerva Frey,
one child: Mahlon Repp
Peter Frey married Sarah Strawsburg, daughter of
Jacob Strawsburg and Elizabeth Fogle
three children: Mary Elizabeth Frey, Pearl Frey Frank Frey
|HUNTER, Shirley Jane||Married to John James Chamineak|
|HUNTER, Zola M. (Brainard)|
|HUNTINGTON, John Lee||.He passed away in the early 1930's 31-32-33 not sure he is burried in Malden ,Mo.In an old cemetery next to a railroad track.Do not know the name of the cemetery.He has a daughter bured there also and she has a stone Her name is Mary Ellen Fletcher. No one seems to know nothing in that town.|
||Born 15 Aug 1824 Tennessee
Married Elizabeth Ann Sturdy 20 Feb 1848 Barry Co.
Married Eunice Jenett Jerome Woodard Martin 4 Jan 1874 Dade Co.
Died 18 Feb 1876 Dade Co.
born to George David Hunts and Elizabeth Ann Sturdy in 1851 in Barry County.
|HURD||Searching for information on the parents
of William Fenton
believed to be born Sep. 18, 1878 in Sante Fe, MO to (?) Robert O. Hurd and (?) Sara (Laura) Smelser. William Fenton HURD married Cora Etta HAGAN Jun 16, 1903 in Stoutville, Monroe Co., MO.
|HURLEY||Richard, Minnie, Annie, Kate, Charlie, Emma, Ina, Lila, Verna, Jesse, Farris, Earnie, Lucille, and Bud (John Leo) in Steele, Carruthersville, Hayti, and Bernie in Pemiscot County and Stoddard County Missouri. Moved to MO in 1919. Daughters married into the following families: Mathenia, Prince, Driscol (Driskell?), Lemley, Cole, Fullerton, and Martin.|
|HURT, Daniel||1779 m E Richardson|
|HURT, Daniel||1855 wife Louise A Smith b 1850 West E Mo., Dent Co., Mo|
|HUSBANDS, John||born ca. 1794 in Delaware; died between
1850 and 1860 in St.
?, MO; married Hannah ???? before 1818 in
Hannah was born 1794 in PA and died 30 Oct. 1889 in St. Louis.
children were: Margaret born
ca. 1818 who married Mr. DILLWORTH & later James CURRINGTON; Robert born ca. 1822; Ann born ca. 1823 & married Job TAYLOR; Phoebe born ca. 1831 & married George JACKSON; Sarah born 1834 & married Thomas HARMON & William FULTON; Ezekial 1835-1903 married Margaret ENGLISH; William D. born 1835; John born
ca. 1836 & married Alice SCULLY. Wish to contact any famiy descendants.
|HUSKEY||Delafayette Huskey who lived in Valle township outside Desoto. He was married to Monica (Shipley) Huskey, daughter of William and Martha Shipley of Central township. They had three children named : Amanda (Huskey) Cain, Anne (Huskey) Forshee, and John C. Huskey. Monica may have died during child birth or shortly after of a forth child in possibly 1901.|
|HUSKEY, Nancy Ann (Pace)||Franklin|
||Surnames: HOUSTON HUSTON GRASS
WEST ROBINSON MCCOY RUSH LUCAS REAVIS BURNIM
Looking for family of Joseph Benjamin Houston (Huston) and Lucy (Lucille) Annis Grass.
Richmond, Ray County, Missouri. Also Clay and Lafayette Counties.
Joseph Benjamin H(o)uston,
b.29Apr1878 in Monroe County (Iowa or Missouri),
d.16May1939 in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, buried in Richmond, Ray County, Missouri.
Married Lucy (Lucille?) Annis Grass,
b.31May1883, in Iowa,
d.11Nov.1948, in Richmond, Ray County, Missouri
buried in Richmond, Ray County, Missouri
Joseph Benjamin H(o)uston's father was John and born in Scotland County, Missouri. JBH's mother was Luella (Eulla) Stewart born in Iowa/Missouri.
JBH and LAG had 14 children: Wilbert Frank H(o)uston, Elizabeth Luella (Eulla) Houston, Eugene J Houston, George S Houston, Lucille M. Houston, Charles Edward Houston, Hellen R. Houston, Nellie Lee Houston, Ernest Gordon Houston, Bessie Houston, Margaret Louise Houston, Anna May Houston, Denver, Fay(?).
Wilbert Frank H(o)uston, b.1901 Marshalltown, Iowa, d.1970's, was timber-cutter at a Ray County coal mine.
Wife Mamie L, b.1906.
Children, Ferne R., b.1923, Francis M., b.1926, Franklin J., b.1929
Elizabeth Luella (Eulla) Houston, b.09Oct1903, d.29Mar1984. Married Grover Robinson (Ray County, MO), Married Buell Ross Jr. (Jackson County, MO)
Children, Grover C. Robinson, Mary Ann Robinson, Sally Robinson, Eva Louise Robinson.
Eugene J. Houston, b.1906, d.?? Kansas City, MO, 1 male child
Close partner, Minnie Moller of Kansas City, Missouri.
George Sylvester Houston, b.04Mar1907 Marshalltown, Iowa, d.22.Sep1969
Lucille M. Houston, b.1910
Charles Edward Houston, b.1912, d. ?? Richmond, Missouri.
Children, Annette, Gaye
Hellen R. Houston, b.1914, d.?? California
Nellie Lee Houston, b.26Apr1918, d.01Dec1973 North Kansas City Hosp., buried Richmond, Missouri
Children, Shirley, Judy, Patsy, Linda Lee, Charles Denver
Ernest Gordon Houston, b.27Mar1920 Wellington, Missouri, d.02Jan1996 Overland Park, Kansas. Married Betty Jean Mead, and Dee ?? of Kansas City, Kansas
Children, Michael Gordon Houston, and Nancy Ann Houston
Bessie Houston, b.1912, d.?? Richmond, Missouri. Married Howard McCoy.
Children, Debbie McCoy
Margaret Louise Houston, b.1914, d.04Nov1970 North Kansas City Hosp.
Married, Jewel Bush, Ray Cummons, Harold West
Children, Sharianna Jewel Bush, Peggy Gail Cummons, Vicki West, Howard Lee West, George Allen (West) Ross.
Anna May Houston, b.11Apr1926, d.13Sep1989 North Kansas City Hosp.
Married, Max Lucas Sr., Gene Smith, Tommy Reavis.
Children, Marcia Lucas, Max Lucas Jr., Cheryl Reavis
Denver Houston, deceased very young (?)
Fay(?) Houston, deceased very young (?)
||I am trying to find information
on my grandmother's family ( the Huston's) they were from Poplar Bluff,
Butler County, Missouri. Her name was Effie Pearl Huston she was
born on January 5, 1897, her father (Andrew L.Huston) died when she was
6 weeks old. She
never knew her father she never even saw a picture of him so I'm looking for a picture of Andrew L. Huston and I would like to know more about him and
|HUTCHERSON, Dr. R.|
|HUTCHERSON, James A.|
|HUTCHERSON, John H.|
|HUTCHERSON, Sallie A.||who married Menoah BEAMER in 1873, they lived in/near Blackburn, MO., and had 3 children. Would like to know her parents/siblings|
||moved around Missouri stayed in
Ralls County Rosean Keenan and Charles Foster were married in Perry, MO.
|HUTCHINSON||The Noel Hutchinson family of Ozark Co., MO|
|HUTCHINSON||family that came from Henry County , Kentucky and moved to Harrison County, Missouri around 1856.|
||spouse Eliza A.,married about
son, Levi, born about 1854, Missouri
|HUTCHINSON, Thomas||and wife Nancy Ray Fitch, Dallas Co.|
|HUTCHISON, Edward Taylor||b MO Son Taylor Edmond Hutchinson b 1879 Ridgeway, MO m Jannie Mooney ca?|
|HUTCHISON, James Guilford|
||Counties are Glasgow and
||There was a Nethanal Hutinger
that lived in Osage County Missouri that died on August 23, 1895.
He and Zillah Parse married and had 4 children: Rosa (born
In Cole County), Laura E. (my grandmother), Alice and Mae.
The surname is definitely Huntinger but there seem to be no records. After his death Zillah married James Tharp and had 5 more children.
Thought this information might be of use to you for your database. I am searching for information on Nethanal Hutinger and would appreciate knowing the origin country the Hutinger surname comes from and/or any other information that might be available.
|HUTSON, Joseph T.
||This is my gr gr grandfather, he married Ellen Forrester whiel she was very young. She and several children are buried in Oregon Co. but I have yet to find anything on his burial. Their daughter Hattie who married Everett Russell is my gr grandmother.|
||of New Wells, Cape Girardeau
County, MO. b. 24 Mar 1837 Schladming, Steiermark, Austria; Wife
Elisabeth Mary STEINER, b. 22 Mar 1849 Schladming; both immigrated to
Missouri 18 July 1868. Johann died in New Wells, Mo 17 Mar 1891;
Elisabeth died 4 Jan 1913. Looking for family history in Austria.
|HUTTON, Lou Cintha||or Lue Cintha - married a Thomas B. Clem|
||born in 1829 son of Willis
Hutton and Cassandra Humphrey. Samuel was a physician in and around the
Corso or Olney area in Lincoln County, Mo. Married to Sarah E. no last
name father of 7 children. He was my great great grandfather. Have no
info on Willis or Cassandra except one census reference in 1850 in
Lincoln Co. Cassandra was from Ky. Willis we are unsure but born in
1775. Married 8-16-1827 in Pike Co Missouri according to marriage
|HUTTS, Lorenzo D.||married to Melissa VAN BIBBER in Callaway County. He
had children: George William M. Hutts, James Van Bibber Hutts,
Hutts, Joseph Hutts, & Lorenzo J. Hutts. Louisa (my great
married Jessie DAVIS in
Callaway County, Missouri on January 21, 1858. They had children: Mary E. Davis (m. James Christopher FOSHEE), Samantha Josephene Davis (m. George Spenser HARDIN, James STRIKES), Jesse Lorenzo Davis (m. Nancy
Alice FOSHEE), Louisa Mellisa Jane Davis (m. Cleminth Trin WACKERLY, William Franklin BARNES), Etta Davis, Rachael Ellen Davis (m. James KINKANNON), & Willie Davis. Jesse was the son of Joseph Garrison & Mary
|HUWE, William||born 1874 Illinois; died ca. 1945/1946 St. Louis ?; married
NULL 1893 in St. Louis; married 2nd Mollie MANN 1939 in St.
Children were: Bessie born 1894 married John CONNOR 1916; Margaret
SENIK 1925; Victor born 1898 married Nona SHOUP 1919; Dolores born 1901 married Frank BURNS 1923.
|HUXEL, Emil||served as a alderman in Washington Mo in the 1930's. He
while working on the Union Electric power lines
|HYATT, Barney||looking for anyone that knows of CHARLIE HYATT from Dunklin Co., Kennett, Missouri b. 1911....he is my dad and I am looking for the family tree on his side......he was married to GERTIE SMITH, also of Kennett, Mo.|
||daughter of Charles hyatt of Kennett Missouri|
|HYATT, William Lawson|
|HYDE||Died May 30, 1990 Born Sept 24, 1917
m. Louis O Calbreath, settled in the St louis MO area, usually in Maplewood. raised four children 2 boys, 2 girls, 3 of which are still living in the Missouri area as far as I know. Grandma was nick named Daisy. her story was her dad divorced her mom for neglecting her while she was still in diapers. she got raised Catholic or converted later. Evidently her step mom had been marreid before as Uncle Joe was part of the family on her side but had a different last name. He used Smith but I think that was an alias. For some reason I can't be sure of I want to say his last name was Edwards. I remember meeting an Uncle Lee Hyde (?) at Grandma's funeral but have no idea of where to find him now. About the only other thing that might trigger someone's memory is she raised the children up during the depression and I remember a story about her working for the state mental institution on Arsenal street and her story about a sheet they threw away and she brought home and bleached out to use during the depression. said we are desendents of Frank James of Jesse james fame, and Merriweather Louis of Louis and Clark expedition. seems like my great uncle Kent (Chicago) is supposed to have all the records of the family tree but finding him is the problem. says Meadow Gardens in Georgia was old family plantation and that we are desendent of George Watt or something like that, he signed the declaration of independence. I remember meeting gr grandma Hyde when I was a
teenager she was living in a maplewood apartment complex at time. (mid 70's) me & sue (my aunt) went to see her.
|HYDE, Fred||died 1887 Unionville, MO|
||RESEARCHING DECENDANTS OF HIRAM
HYDE. HE AND WIFE RACHEL MOVED TO WRIGHT/WEBSTER COUNTY IN 1844. THEY
HAD 18 CHILDREN. HAVE A GREAT DEAL OF INFO, BUT NOT COMPLETE. WILL
|HYDEN||Given Names: SAMUEL, WHIT, JAMES W. (or) WILLIAM J.
GREENE, WEBSTER, JASPER, & CLAY Counties
||ancestors were a Colonial Family
arriving in Maryland 1651. Thomas & Hannah lived in Carroll
County, Missouri around Carrollton. I would like to know
where they are buried or any other information. Their name was
changed before the l800's from Hinson to Hynson because it was the