By Gary Smee
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|Surnames - LINKS||MISC. INFORMATION, COUNTY, Etc.|
|TABER, Margaret Christina (Rose)||1842 TEXAS CO. MO. 98TH.
American, May have died in 1910 and was buried in Pottsville Cemetery,
Hamilton County, Texas, USA. father was from England,
from Illinois (per 1900 census Coryell,Texas) But in the 1850 texas co.
98th district MO. Census it states her mother Margaret Rose was born in
TNN. I belive FROM STORYS PASSED DOWN, She married in ILL. in 1831.
Rose was said, to be full booded cherokee indian. From her birth in
she was about 15 when she married Samul Rose. Margaret Cristina Rose or
CHRISTINA, was born in Mar 1842 in Missouri, USA. She died in 1910 and
was buried in Pottsville Cemetery, Hamilton County, Texas, USA.
married: JAMES WELCOME TABER IN TANEY CO. MO. AND TRAVELED BY WAGON
CORYELL CO. TEXAS. THE STORYS GO: WHILE TRAVELING ACROSS
COUNTRY CRISTINA WOULD PUT THE KIDS THAT LOOKED INDIAN AS SHE
DID UP FRONT OF THE WAGON WITH HER WHILE GOING THROUGH INDIAN
TERRITORY, AND WHILE GOING THROUGH WHITE SETTLEMENTS JAMES
AND THE OTHER CHILDREN THAT LOOKED WHITE WOULD RIDE UP FRONT
OF THE WAGON. MY MOTHER HAS A PICTURE OF MARGARET CRISTINA
(ROSE) TABER AND SHE LOOKED FULL BLOODED INDIAN.
SAMUEL ROSE WAS BORN 1773 IN ENGLAND, ACCORDING TO THE 1850
TEXAS CO. MO. CENSUS, HE WAS MARRIED TO A MARGARET ANN ROSE
FROM TENN. BORN 1817, AT THE TIME OF THE 1850 CENSUS -SAMUEL WAS
ABOUT 77, MARGARET 33, SHE WAS CHEROKEE INDIAN FROM THE STORYS
THAT WAS PASSED DOWN. IT WAS SAID, THEY MAY OF MARRIED IN ILL.
ABOUT 1831. THEIR CHILDREN WERE:
WILLIAM 18, 1832 ILL., CAROLINE 10, 1840 MO., MARGARET CRISTINA (CHRISTINA) 8, 1842 MO. MARRIED JAMES WELCOME TABER IN TANEY CO. MO. THEN IN 1880 MOVED TO CORYELL CO. TX., PETER 7, 1843 MO. TEXAS CO. MARRIED A NANCY C. (?)FROM TN. IN MO.THEN IN 1880 MOVED TO CORYELL CO. TX., , BARTON/ OR BARTIN 3, 1847 MO.TEXAS CO,
SAMUEL 4MONTHS 1850 MO. TEXAS CO.,
||Tabors in Howell County
(formerly Taney County) Missouri. I am researching Andrew Tabor
who migrated there sometime around 1830. He married Ruhaney
Collins? His father was Elijah Lewis Tabor of Tennessee who was
born in NC. Also would like to connect to someone who has
information on John Tabor of Doe Run in St. Francis County,
Missouri. Is this John related to Andrew Tabor. Could he be
a cousin of Andrew's. I cannot find any other children of Eli
Lewis who migrated to Missouri.
|TABOR, Davidson M.
||(b. abt 1812 in NC) with family,
is listed on the 1850 & 1860 Cass county census records.
James "King" Tabor (b. 27 Apr 1835 in KY, d. 24 May 1910 in Cass county, MO) m. Mary Mason Smith (b. abt 1839 in MO, d.29 Sep 1916 in MO) abt 1858 possibly Cass county Missouri. LOOKING FOR MARRIAGE RECORD TO CONFIRM DATE, PLACE AND HOPEFULLY WHO MARY'S PARENTS WERE. Mary's father was b. PA and mother b. VA. Need info on them, also.
I am a descendant down from Davidson - James "King" - Thomas "Russell" Tabor.
Thomas Russell Tabor m. Rosa Belle McCollum, dau. of James Henry McCollum and Mary Margaret Tindell.
Any help with a marriage record for James "King" Tabor and Mary Mason Smith would be appreciated. I have a lot of downline info from census records and verbal histories.
|TABOR, James Dale||Fairview, Missouri, Newton Co|
|TABOR, John||born 1803 Tennessee; died 1869 Doe Run, St. Francois County, MO; married Margaret JOHNSON (1800-1881) before 1824 in Tennessee?. 8 known children were: Lucinda; Nancy Ann ; John M. ; Rebecca; William H.; Margaret A.; Minerva Jane; and Dicey M.|
|TAGGART||counties: Texas, Phelps, Lincoln?,
towns: Craig, Springfield, Ozark Twp., Yukon, Houston, California
|TAGGART, Larman||Born October 3, 1815 in Madison County, New York. Married Louisa J. Long in 1839 in St. Charles, MO. They had nine children all born in Missouri. Julia - 1840, John W. - 1842, Mary - 1844, Annie Elizabeth - 1848, Winfield Scott - 1850, Ella - 1854, Ida Lena - 1858, Alice S. - 1860 and Minnie - 1865. They lived in St. Charles, Moniteau and Johnson Counties. In 1880 Larman & Louisa moved with four youngest girls to Sidney, Nebraska. Larman died there February 10, 1891. Winfield Scott is my line, but I have some information on other children. I would like to hear from anyone working on any of these lines|
|TAGUE, William Henry||b Mar. 2, 1874|
||All information would be
|TALBOT, Zachariah||wife: Eliza Jane Hall lived in Lafayette Co. Missouri. Zachariah died May 1862. Children: Isaac, John, William, Nathan, Harvey, Butler Moore, Catherine and Rebecca.|
|TALLEUR, Christian||born in Germany in 1837 and died in St. Louis in 1887. He was married to Christina Damm. He is the father of Frederick William Talleur and Elizabeth Talleur|
||born 10 Jan 1888 in Stoddard
County, Missouri, and died 23 May 1959 in Broseley, Butler County,
Missouri. He married ADDIE PEARL WILBANKS 04 Dec 1911 in Saline
County, Arkansas, daughter of SAMUEL WILBANKS and CORA MONTGOMERY.
|TALLEY, Joseph H.||Born Feb 1826 in Tennessee. Married Sarah E.___ abt. 1847. She was born abt 1831 in Missouri. They had seven children, all born in Missouri: Sarah E. (born Mar 1848), Mary J. (born abt. 1850), George W. (born abt. 1852, (twins) Caroline M. and John E. (born abt. 1854), and twins Susanah and Malinda C. (born abt. 1859). Lived in Madison, Howell, Wayne, and Ripley counties.|
||born Jan 6, 1892 Maywood, Missouri, Verle Lois Stanley (Tallman) born abt 1893 New Canton, IL. Children Lowell born 1912, Lorice (Art) born 1915, Bessie Marie (Darnell) born 1917.|
|TAMME, Anna||See below|
|TAMME, Charles||wife Anna. Had a Son Fred Tamme married Bertha Hulsey. Their children Edna, Fred and Norman. They lived on Melrose Ave. in University City, Mo during the l920-1950's|
|TANDY, John Partlow|
|TANDY, William H|
||Carlton Tannehill (1789-1864)
and wife Elizabeth Smith White (1800-1875) came to Montgomery County,
Missouri, and settled between High Hill and Jonesburg in about
1840. They had several children: Benjamin White Tannehill
(who died during CW), Carlton Tannehill, Sarah Newton Tannehill, and
Rebecca Tannehill. Sarah married William Wyatt Smith (1835-1920)
and had one child who lived to maturity. Rebecca married a Mr.
Holland and had two daughters Carlton (III) married a girl from a
neighboring county and, after the Civil War, moved to Texas with his
family. Sarah (Tannehill) Smith (1832-1896)
and is buried with her husband in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Montgomery Co., Missouri. I would like to exchange information with others researching the Tannehill family and its Maryland roots
||aged 79 was in Holden Home for
the Aged in 1920. He was born in Canada & went to MI about
1866 then pos. to MO after 1913. Pos. died in similar area.
Would like to find his death date & place. Interested in
anyone with Tanner links to Canada.
|TANSEY, Mary Ann||born January 10, 1845 in Elphin County, Roscommon, Ireland. Married John Moackler on May 14, 1873 in St. Louis, MO.|
|TAPP, Pendleton Washington
||North of Liberty, Mo is a tree
called Tapp's corner, where Pendleton repaired wagons going west.
|TARNOW||I have information on Henry Frederick William Tarnow who married Nancy Sheffield in Jefferson County, Missouri in 1855.|
|TARPLEY, Pearl Wright
||Born January 11, 1908 in
She was my paternal grandmother. She was married to Harley Tarpley and they had two sons. One was Lawrence W. Tarpley (my father) and they had another son. I don’t know his name. Lawrence was born in Moorehouse MO on July 2, 1927 and died in Townsend GA on March 31, 1995. I’m attempting to locate relatives.
|TARSNEY, John Charles||lived in Kansas City,MO from 1872-1920. he was an attorney and was elected to U.S.Congress in 1888,reelected in 1890,92 and 94.In 1896 he was unseated after a challenge by his opponent Col. R.T. Van Horn. Would like to know details of the challenge made by Van Horn.|
||Tarsney, John Charles: lived in
Kansas City from 1872-1920. I am searching for the connection between
the Tarsneys in Kansas City and the Tarsneys in New York City. The
Tarsneys in NYC came from Ireland. Does anyone know where the family
from Kansas City immigrated from?
|TATE||family of Walter Allen Tate born 4-17-1890 in Ben Davis, Texas County Missouri. His parents were possibly named Allen Lafayette Tate and Sarah Nance. Several prior generations of this Tate family were from MO. He married Sarah Elizabeth (Lizzie) Collins in 1909 and they lived in Texas Co. and Kansas City before eventually migrating west.|
|TATE||Callaway - Home page|
|TATE||There are also connections to KY, NC, and NY|
||Born approximately 1870 in
Kansas? Married to Gustave Bernhardt approx. 1890. Son
Franz(Frank) born 1894 in Missouri. Divorced? before 1912.
Franz was living in Butler Co as a boarder on 1900 census so divorce
was more likely around that time
|TATMAN||J.W. Tatman, wife Amanda, and family located in Platte and Marion Counties in MO|
||in 1870 George Hooper Tatum b. 1
Aug 1842 and Sarah P. Jones Tatum g. 16 May 1843 purchased
a farm near Miller having moved from Dade County, Georgia.
Children: Robert H. J. Tatum, Mollie E. Tatum, John Hooper
Tatum, Francis B. (Fannie) Tatum, Edward B. Tatum, Hardy W. Tatum,
Frankie Tatum, and Ellis E. Tatum.
|TATUM, William J.||b abt 1838 in TN, m Mary Ann ?. They
lived in Ark., then in
in1860. Married 2nd Frances Caroline Webb. William's mother may have been Lucinda ?. William & Mary Ann's daughter was Matilda Tatum, who
married James Rasmus Jolliff in Oregon Co, MO.
||My grandfather's name is Walter Edward Tauchert. His wife's name is Belle nee Calbreath. His mother's name was possibly Mary. He was a orphan at the age of 4 we are told. He was housed at the House of Refuge in St. Louis, Mo.. He was told, by a man who said he was his older brother, that he had an uncle and cousins in W. Alton, MO, but, he never found evidence of the fact. Brother's name is Fred and Father is possibly John.|
|TAWNEY||My grandfather, Joseph Alfred Tawney was born in St. Joseph in either l864 or l868.|
|TAYLOR||History of Andrew(Jack), John and Martha(Hicks) Taylor. Jeff City, Gerald, Belle, Mo|
|TAYLOR||Lafayette and Johnson|
||in Cooper and Jackson Counties.
Working on Allie and Laura (Lewis) Taylor, Amuel and Etta Fern (Green)
Taylor, Jordan and Patsy (O'Brian) Taylor, Henry and Betty (Shelby)
||Looking for info on the
following: TAYLOR, Nancy J.E. b. 21 May 1840 d. 22 Nov 1873
m. 12 Feb 1858 Texas Co, MO to SULLIVAN, Valentine M. Children: Amos Ewan SULLIVAN, Nathaniel Franklin SULLIVAN, & William F SULLIVAN
m/2 18 Sept 1870 to MOORE, John
Child: Julia Ann MOORE 1 Apr 1872
|TAYLOR, Calvin W.||(born VT 1814) father to Leroy, Charles and Persis. Born 1870s Wisconsin. Later moved to Missouri|
|TAYLOR, Elizabeth||b. March 1843 d. Feb 1908 Bend, Deschutes Oregon m. Aug 8, 1859, Josephine, Or to George W. Brewer|
|TAYLOR, Ida May
||b June 27-1858 died August
17,1950. Married September 19,1891 to Asa Edward Howdeshell. To this
union one child was born Hurley T. Howdeshell. This is my husbands
father. We have absolutely no info on Ida at all. We are not sure where
she was born or who her parents were
||married my great-grandmother in
1870 in New Madrid. Trying to locate offspring that would know
more history than I do.
|TAYLOR, James||born April 1859 Flat-creek twp, Stone
CO., MO he passed in
1942. He married Martha Evaline Cox and they had 8 children not 5 as
thought., befor her death abt1900 However only 5 lived from that 8 .Her
parents help raised there children , James never remarried.There oldest
son was my father Omer Wilson Taylor born
June 9 , 1892 Polk CO., MO.My grandfather had 5 brother's and 1 sister all born in Flat-creek twp, Stone CO. MO, They were as fellows Zebedee b.1857 MO , George W. b.1863 , Campbell b. 1870, Jasper N. b. 1873 ,
Robert b. 1875 ,Mary Ellen (Pennington) b.1880. There parents names were David Taylor b.Dec.15 , 1837 TN. and Elizabeth Jane (Ferguson) b. 1835 TN.
|TAYLOR, James H.||He was born in MO in 1840 per the 1900 census. Was married to Nancy Jane Dennis in 1883 in OR. She died in 1919. His death date and burial place are unknown as they were separated before her death. He was most likely buried in WA or OR. They had no children. Another JAMES TAYLOR was in the area. Probably were related. He was born in 1824 and was a son of WILLIAM TAYLOR. There is some connection with an OLIVER family also.|
|TAYLOR, Jane||Montgomery in 1840|
||tailer/tailor, born about 1850
in MO. He is listed as Mulotto. He lived in the Valles
Mines Area of Mo, and worked in the mines. He married Mary Fulton
and they had several children. My great grandfather's name was
Alonzo(Lon) Taylor/Tailor. I am searching for Jerome's
father. Frank Taylor is listed on his death certificate.
|TAYLOR, John D.
||Perry County, Missouri for a
John D. TAYLOR, born 14 June 1838 or 1839. He married Margarette
TUCKER about 1860 in Perry County, Missouri.
They had a daughter named Rose Ann TAYLOR, born 18 September 1879 in Perry County, Missouri. John D. TAYLOR died 09 June 1925. I would like to know who his parents were and where they came to Missouri from. I also would like to know where John D.TAYLOR and Margarette ( TUCKER ) TAYLOR have been buried. I also would like to know if Rose Ann TAYLOR had other siblings. Rose Ann TAYLOR married Monroe Henry NEITCHER/NIETCHER about 1895, more than likely in Perry County, Missouri.
|TAYLOR, Joseph||Montgomery in 1840|
|TAYLOR, Lutitia Wilson||1869 to 1901 Newton CO., Missouri|
|TAYLOR, Mack C.||b ~1826 Tenn & Sarah Suter
b ~1832 AL - They were early pioneers to Stone County, MO but little is known
of them. It is believed they traveled from Tenn to Stone County, MO about
1856. 1880 Census records are the last piece of info that I have placing the
family unit in Stone County. But I am missing the 1890 census records for
Stone County. However, Sarah shows up with her son's family in the 1900
Census. Her son was Andrew Jackson (Jack) Taylor and his family moved from
the area shortly thereafter. Andrew's family appears to have lived in Joplin
at least for the birth of one child and then moved on to Oklahoma. But I
think Sarah did not go with them - she died at the home of another son -
George and his wife Austrilla Taylor in 1910, in Illinois. Still the history
of the family is sketchy as Andrew Jackson Taylor b 1852 in AL was the oldest
child of nine (9) - My GGrandfather, Lewis F, was the youngest child b 1872
in Stone County. Other children of Mack and Sarah are Polly Ann b 1853 AL,
Bethana b 1855 AL, Martha Jane b 1856 in MO, Sarah Elizabeth b 1858 MO,
George W b 1861 MO, Samuel A b 1876 MO, and Cynthia Albertine b 1871 MO. I
would like to discover a branch of the family that may have kept more records
of the history of the family of Mack & Sarah Taylor and their origins.
|TAYLOR, Marion||b. 1823 in MO. Married Emily Million 5 Jan. 1842 in Cole Co. MO. Moved to OR late 1852. Moved between OR and CA between 1860-1870 and finally settled in OR. Died in Jackson Co. OR 19 Mar. 1886. Have possible reference that a Francis Marion Taylor was born 2 April 1823 in MO but no other info as to location or parents.|
|TAYLOR, Martha||married John CASSELL before 1818--son John W. m. M. LEEDS - daughter Mattie T. born in Sturgeon, MO (Boone Cty) 1860.|
||born in St Louis, MO in
1862. She and her sisters, Mary Ellen (b. 1860) and Elizabeth
(b.1864), were placed in the Episcopal Orphan's Home by their father
Jas Taylor when their mother died in 1866. Martha married James
Flynn in 1881 in St Louis. MO and her sisters married brothers named
Moss. Am seeking information about Martha Taylor's parents.
It is said that the parent's were born in England.
|TAYLOR, Ralph L.||OF ALDRICH, MO DIED ABT 1961 - ? BORN ABT. 1890. WIFE MARY, DAUGHTER; MRS HELEN LYMAN OF SPRINGFIELD, MO. BROTHERS LOARN OF EDORA AND PETE OF SPRINGFIELD, MO. OTHER TAYLORS ; LAURA TAYLOR WILLIAMS, JANE TAYLOR HARKEY|
|TAYLOR, Robert L.||B: Nov.2 1881 - D. Nov. 21, 1954 Married Malinda Morris, had 3 children, Geneva, Quincy, Howard (Boe)-my dad Am trying to find info on both Robert's and Malinda's parents.|
|TAYLOR, Rufus Lackland||born about 1869-1870 His mother was a daughter of prominent St. Louis Lackland family(either Fanny,Mary, Margaret, or Sarah). He married Caroline Newman, born 1878. Her family prominent St. Louis, related to LeBaume family, also prominent there. They were married some time between 1900-1905. Trying to find any references that might give lead to his father, great grandfather Taylor. Possibly in social/wedding announcements of that period.|
|TAYLOR, Tazewell H.|
|TAYLOR, William B.
||born around Nov. 13, 1837,
Crawford Co, MO, died around Feb. 26, 1924, buried in New Grove Cem.,
Wright Co., MO. He married Sarah Ann Cox. We think his
father is James F. Taylor (I have no information on father or mother
Louisa.) Brothers and sisters were John, Caledonia, James and
Jesse. William's children were Joseph, Benjamin, George, Jasper,
Rebecca and Sadie.
|TAYLOR, William C.||married to a Mary May Gurnow in 1912. They lived in St Louis City on Pine Street. William and Mary had one son, Raymond Robert Taylor, born 12-20-1918, was baptised at the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, St Louis Mo. in June 1930. Previous residence was in Cairo Ill. William died first, unknown, Mary died in 1960. Her parents were Bud Gurnow and Julia Wells and death certificate shows she was born in 1887 in Renault Ill.|
|TEAFF||I have descendents of Morgan Decator Teaff of Dade Co. MO. Had sons, Hansford LeeTeaff that was a judge in Springfield, son Jesse W.Teaff of Springfield, son Homer Linville Teaff who was a deputy sheriff in OK.|
||family from stone co. mo. also
in green co. mo. pierson teague born1845 married synthia young. they
had a son william teague born 1873 married a rosa caroline miller.
Children Edith, Blanche, Albert,Eva,mary,viola. also were in the
bernice , picher and commerce oklahoma area. Both Edith and Viola later
moved to odessa texas. Blanche died in oklahoma city
|TEAGUE, William Henry||b mar 2, 1874|
|TEAL||I would like to find info on William Thomas Teel(Teal) 1864-1951- believed born in Stoddard County MO and his sister Mary Ellen Teel(Teal) 1861- early 1900's. These children were born to Thomas Teal &wife, who were both were deceased prior to July 22,1872. 1880 census lists the parents as born in Tenn. A July 22, 1872 document indentured both children to William R. Taylor of Stoddard County where they will learn "the art and trade of farming". Mary Ellen, later listed as Ellen in the census, married Joseph Brooks and had children Rile Brooks and Katie Brooks. Ellen & Joe died soon after and the kids went to live with Sarah (sister of William Taylor) & Ran Langley. Rile Brooks died as a teenager and Katie married Luke Langley (relative of Ran ). William Thomas Teal was listed as Thomas Teal in the 1880 census but was later known as Billy Teel. He married Minerva "Babe" Johnson, 1863-1896, who is buried in the Taylor cemetary. She had son Willie Van Teel, 1893-1959. After Minerva "Babe" Johnson's death Wm Thms Teel married Elsie Trotter, 1882-1903, with whom he had children Arthur, 1901-1973, and a baby Mary, who is believed to be buried with Elsie in Oregon. The indenturement document indicates Joseph A Hambleton as the guardian of Wm Thms and Mary Ellen Teal. The 1880 census lists Mr. Hambleton as a merchant who was also born in Tenn. Were Stoddard county residents with Tenn. as birthplace from a specific region of Tenn. or were they from all over thie state?|
||and Anna Schroth both born in
Waterloo, IL area and had 4 children named Ollie, Walter, Leona and
All born in IL. Last resided in St. Louis, MO, both deceased as well as the two sons and are buried there also. Several children were produced by the marriages of the children.
|TEDDER||Descendants of Elisha and Elizabeth Tedder, Washington Co., and Reynolds Co., MO|
|TEDDER, William Elisha|
|TEDFORD, Christopher Columbus (Lum)|
|TEDFORD, Zetta Dee||Born Apr 16, 1885 in Woodville, Macon Co. MO. Zetta Dee was my Grandmother. I'm trying to find the date of her marriage to her first husband, Eben(ezer) Best ENYART abt 1901-1905|
|TEGUE, William Henry||b Mar 2, 1874|
||Barton Co, Bates Co, Jackson
Co. From AL?
||b. 20 Apr 1772 Warren Co, OH d. 9 Aug 1845 Union Co., OH m. (1)Sarah Wright 12 June 1802 Concord, Middlesex, MA ch. Joseph, Eliza?, (2) m. Jane Britton 1815 ch: Mary (Polly), James, Sarah, Abraham (Abram), Jacob, Jane, Lewis Edward, Mark (Marcus, Martin, Marquis), Colwell, George J.|
|TEMPLETON||NANCY GLENORCHY TEMPLETON, b. 1843, MO, was the daughter of PETER C. TEMPLETON and ADELINE McKAIN of Gentry County. Nancy married THOMAS YOUNG GRANTHAM.|
|TEMPLIN, Elizabeth A.V.||Pike, Lincoln|
|TENCE||John & Josephine Tence, William C. Tence, Otto Tence, Frank Tence|
|TENNISON, Alfred Leon
|TENNISON, John William
|TENNISON, William Burke
grandfather. He was a miller in Maries County, Mo. He was
married to Sarah Ann Cooper and their youngest daughter Mary Emiline
was my great-grandmother. I know the history from there, but I
can't find a key to William Burke. I've found Tennisons that
lived in Burke Co. N.C. and Burke County, Ala. could his middle name
have come from there? The only information I've found says he was
possibly born in Ky.
|TENNISON, William G.||Maries|
|TERBRAK||Henry Louis Terbrak married ?
Louis Henry Terbrak married Emma Reed
William Melvin Terbrak married Gertrude Mattingly(Gertrude in still living 87)
Henry(Harry) Terbrak married Lorene ?
Fred Terbark married Grace ? (Dongola, Illinois lived and buried)
Maria (Terbrak) Burns married John Burns (lives in Florida and husband died in Florida)
Lawrence Terbrak died at 13 due to flu or ammonia
Most are buried in Mount Hope Cemetery in Perryville, Missouri
||DOB 10-16-1916 Died on June 17, 1953. She married John Freiner on Aug 5, 1935. I am looking for more information on her family. Her father name was Andrew Teresa.|
|TERHORST, Arent||born 1819 in Holland came to America 1846, lived in Appanoose County, Iowa before moving to Johnson County, MO at Warrensburg where he served in the Civil War and lived until 1877. His Children included John Richard TerHorst married Ida Bell Jones, Maggie TerHorst married W. O. Davis and Wm "Bill" TerHorst. Arent left Warrensburg moving to Cherokee Co, KS where he died in 1893.|
|TERPENING, Harrison Peck||and his wife Martha Nicolina Terpening lived somewhere near Ewing, MO, had 8 children one of whom is my great grandfather John Thomas Terpening. Martha Nicolina Armstrong Terpening died near Ewing, MO, date of death is April 8, 1886. She went by Lina and is buried somewhere near Ewing, MO. I'd like to know where. Plus, there were other Terpening's who went to MO and some of John T.'s siblings didn't come to IL to live. Would like to know what happened to them or if any of the relatives are still alive.|
||Researching all Terry families
in the St. Clair & Hickory County areas
||Looking for information on his
correct name, dob 1884 dod 1940 m to Maude M Bowers Terry
|TERWILLEGER, Martha||looking for any information on her family. This is my grandmother. She was born Jamuary 16, 1883 to Lewis Terwilleger and Barbara Ellen Homan. She married Walter S. Parker on September 3, 1902. They had two children: a little girl, Lois, that lived almost 2 years and a son, Walter who was born March 5, 1910 in Blueridge, MO|
|TESSEREAU||My paternal grandmother was Mary Elizabeth Tessereau - married to Claude V. Lincoln - lived in Esther - four children: Theodore, Olon, Naomi, Dearl. I am looking for any information available.|
|TEWELL||I am looking for the parents of William Morgan Tewell, b. 1859 in KY; d. 1948 in CO. Lived in MI, OK, KS, MO, and possibly VA. Married Octavia Barnes b. Bardstown, KY; d. 1949 in CO. Children: (11) George, Ray, Beckam Joseph, Carl Augusta, Hughston Charles, Rose, Myrtle, Alma, Gaither, Cora and one died as a baby.|
||Clevenger, Cass, Jackson, Henry
|THACKER, William W.||b. abt 1853 (census says GA). Has sister
who married ? Hallmark.
Molly (census says she was born in MO). Parents unknown.
||from Higginsville area
|THAYER||William D and Ella Thayer family, possibly located here in the 1890-1905 timeframe. A known decendant would be George Walter Thayer born MO/1899 or Albert E Thayer born MO/1902|
|THEABEAU, Mandy Ellen
||mother of Diane
|THEBEAU||Looking for the when and where of name change from Thibault to Thebeau. Believe it to have been in St. Charles or Florrisant, Missouri in the early 1800's. I have a pretty good history of the Thebeau (thebo) (thebo) family from the Old Mines area of Missouri to share. Both of my Grandparents where Thebeau's of different lines.|
|THEENER||also spelled THEINER, THENOR, and THIENER.
Came to Missouri from Clinton Co, Illinois, circa 1890. First came to Carroll Co, MO., and then to Cass Co, MO.
|THENHAUS||Franklin County, MO and am requesting that it be added to the list. I am also researching SCHMIDT and MEYER (or MEYERS) in the same location|
|TEROY||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.|
|THIELE||Emily Nettie Thiele (nicknamed Emma) is my Great Grandmother.
Richard Taylor Markham. I believe
her parents to be Louis Thiele, DOB abt 1824 & Augusta Schmidt, DOB abt 1833 both from Germany. I have found her in the Missouri 1880 Census, Bollinger County, Liberty Twp., Dist. 8. She is listed with parents and siblings: Louis 23 born in MD, John 22 born in MD, Henry 18 born in MD, Fredie 13 born in OH, and Emma, my Gr-Grandmother age 9 born in MO. My line is: My mother, Alma Lee MARKHAM Williams, Charles Freeman Markham, Richard Taylor Markham married to Emma Thiele.
|THIEN, John Henry||St. Louis|
|THIENN, John Henry||St. Louis|
|THOLE, Henry Clarence||b 1865, d 25 Oct 1896 (died in a trainwreck, 14 miles outside
Louis. Train was bound for St. James, Mo. Married 9
1893 to Louisa Nickles b Dec 1865, d 9 Jun 1938. Henry was a
(blacksmith), business was located at 2208 Gravois Ave., St. Louis,
1. William John THOLE - b 20 Jul 1894, d 30 Aug 1957. Married Seline R.
Haller b ?., d 17 Nov 1953. Children: Dorothy L. THOLE - b 1925, d 10 Jun
1987, Louise Bertha THOLE - died at age 14 - drowned on the Meramec.
2. Henry Clarence THOLE - b 12 Aug 1896, d 21 Mar 1985. Married 27 Apr 1921
to Mildred K. Schmidt b 23 July 1898, d 21 Sep 1984. 4 Children, all living.
|THOLE, Hermann Henry||left Meppen, Hannover, Germany and boarded the ship
the Port of Bremen and arrived in the USA on 16 July 1846.
Hermann Henry THOLE b 23 Sep 1823, d 11 May 1874. Hermann married Anna Gesina (last name unknown) b 15 Jan 1833, d 18 Apr 1893. Raised 6 children in St. Louis, Mo. Children:
1. John Dietrich THOLE - b abt 1852-1853
2. Joseph M. THOLE - b abt 1855-1856
3. Theresa THOLE - b 1857, d 17 May 1918. Married Henry Rakel. Children:
Henry Bernard Rakel, Herman H. Rakel, Edward J. Rakel, Rose Rakel.
4. Bertha THOLE - b 1859, d 6 Apr 1916. Married Bernard Bahlmann. Children:
Joseph H. Bahlmann, Edward Bahlmann, Elenora Bahlmann, Pearl Theresa.
Edward died at age 10. Joseph, Elenora, Pearl all died of typhoid within 7
mos. of each other.
5. Henry Clarence THOLE - b 1865, d 25 Oct 1896. Married Louisa Nickles.
Children: William John Thole, Henry Clarence Thole.
6. Benjamin THOLE - b 1870, d 12 Nov 1901
|THOMAS||Looking for info on gr-gr-grandparents BENJAMIN & NANCY E THOMAS. Lived in the Cassville area of MO around 1878. May have been in other part of MO before that I think that my gr-grandmother, MARY JANE THOMAS was born 1865 in MO, as were her 8 other sisters & brothers|
|THOMAS, Alexander Aquilla||Spouse: Elizabeth Wood
Father: Jesse Thomas
In about 1800 Jesse Thomas came from Wales with three sons and one daughter.
(This travel from Wales must have occured approx 1820 due to children's ages
and the number born.) They settled in Tennesse. Later they moved to
Illinois and then to Kentucy.
Alexander and Elizabeth moved the family to Missouri in 1855 bringing with
them their first five children, William, Eli, Mahalia, Margaret, and Mary
I'm seeking any info, especialy birth and death dates.
||Shannon Co. Missouri until 1870|
|THOMAS, Calvin||married Melissa Mattingly circa1872. He was supposed to have been a full-blooded Cherokee Indian who was also a Baptist Minister. They had 12 children. The 8th was my grandmother lydia Ann thomas born 9-20-1898 in Gunter, Mo. I am trying to locate anyone who may be related and have further data on this family.|
|THOMAS, Dock Ward||moved to Webster Co., Mo with his family. 1st wife was Mary Alice Presgrove; 2nd was Martha Ann Augustine Letterman. Having problems with some of their children. Please email me if you know anything.|
|THOMAS, Elihu Baldwin||He married Imogene C. Garrettson 1953 in St. Louis. Their children were Paul, Augustus, Emily, Alice & Edwin. Augustus became a famous playwrite of his time. Am interested in any information on this family.|
||born 1849 in Missouri; parents
were Benjamin F. Thomas and Mary Elizabeth Mullens
|THOMAS, Jimmie B.
|THOMAS, John David
||born Dec. 1859 in Grand Falls,
Shoal Creek twp, Newton Co, MO; died in Montanna; parents were Benjamin
F. Thomas and Mary Elizabeth Mulens.
|THOMAS, L. C.||Lincoln|
|THOMAS, Lillie Golden
DOB: June 18, 1898
Married: Joseph Ivan Albertson
Place of marriage ceremony: Olathe Kansas
Date of Marriage: July 1, 1915
I don't know the name of her parents but she had a brother named Richard who she finished raising after her parents died. She also had a brother named Vaughn and I think she had a sister named Violet. They lived in Orrick Missouri which is close to Kansas City, but it is in Ray County. I know my grandparents ran away to Olathe Kansas as my grandfather's relative was a minister there. But they came back to Orrick to live and raise their children. I'm looking for information on Lillie Golden Thomas parents and who she decended from.
|THOMAS, Melvin E.||b. circa 1849 in MD. His wife: Amanda K. Tatman, b. circa 1861 in IL. They lived in Marion Co., MO in 1880. I have been unable to find a marriage record Marion Co. or the surrounding counties. If anyone has info on this family, I would really appreciate hearing from them.|
|THOMAS, Nellie||had two sisters, she was born in 1901 in Tennessee, and so were her parents. Lived somewhere near Portageville, MO. Married a Pikey and had one son William, husband was shot and died ,then remarried and had two more children in West Frankfort Illinois. Had two nieces, one named Juanita.|
|THOMAS, Peter P.
||ThomasB. 1 April 1844 Crowd\ford
Co. Missouri, m. Martha Jane Uscory in Ark.
2 Jan 1865. Peter Died 22, Sept, 1928 Lake Alfred Florida
|THOMAS, Riley||died Aug. 8, 1946, married Laura Stierman|
||HE WAS BORN IN MO 10 OCTOBER 1819. I KNOW NOTHING ELSE ABOUT HIM OR HIS FAMILY UNTIL HE MARRIED JANE STRONG OF VIRGINIA IN 1863. THEY THEN MOVED TO LOCKHART TEXAS WHERE HE DIED. BOTH HE AND JANE ARE BURIED IN LOCKHART TEXAS. ANYONE WITH ANY INFO WOULD BE OF GREAT HELP.|
||Looking for parents of William.
All I know is:
The White Cloud News:
15 January 1892: "W. A. Thomas, who has been very low with inflammation of the bowels, is improving. His relatives from Missouri and Southern Kansas are here, and with close attention and good nursing, seem to have turned the tide in his favor."
1 February 1892: "W. A. Thomas who has been very sick, was taken to Kansas City by his relatives, the 23rd."
The Kansas City Star:
12 February 1892: "Deaths: Deaths reported to the Board of Health: "Thomas, W. A., 32 years; Laceration of bowels, 1433 Broadway, Feb. 11."
According to Lewis Dunn, son-in-law of Mary Gladys, William Andrew is buried in Olive Branch Cemetery. There is no marker. Severe storms in the past have washed away many markers
|THOMASON, John Harvey|
|THOMASON, Lucinda||last name may be spelled Thomasson, or Thornason.|
|THOMASON, Sena Ann Sinks
||Married to George Washington
Thomason can not find her in census after she married George. We find
him later with a different wife Mary Catherine Corgan Thomason.
|THOMASSON||he was from Huntersville but cannot find it on the map. Could be Huntsville or Hunter. His name Johnnie Berten Thomasson born June 22, 1918 died February 12, 1971. He had a sister named Hester and a brother named Finace. Not sure if the brothers name is spelled correctly.|
||Newton County Thomlinson
family. I have traced my roots back through James W Thomlinson to
Joseph B Thomlinson, and am looking for his parents, first wife, and
for others of his descendents.
Joseph B had six children by a first wife, nine more by Mary E Meadows (second? wife), and was a sargent in D Company of the 4th Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Some of his descendents stayed in Newton County at least until 1910.
|THOMMEN||Adair, Schuyler - Home Page|
|THOMPKINS, Jake||and Irene (Mosley or Hawkins-was born a twin, sister died at birth) Thompkins. They once owned a restaurant in, I believe, East Prairie, Mo..|
|THOMPSON||Lafayette, Ralls, Pike|
|THOMPSON||Mercer County. They lived there from abt. 1860 to 1874 when
left. They then settled in Washington State. They are my great-great
Trying to find their parents. I do know that they were born in Indiana in 1832 and 1837
|THOMPSON||Sullivan and Adair|
|THOMPSON||Christian Co Joseph Thompson born NC age 80 in 1870 MO census|
|THOMPSON||My grandfather HAYWARD THOMPSON, Jr. was born in St. Louis,
his parents HAYWARD THOMPSON, Sr. and MAE LUCILLE WAGNER were
His father, HAYWARD THOMPSON, Sr. was born in Little Rock, Arkansas
his parents, ROBERT L. THOMPSON of St. Louis, MO and LOUISE M. HAYWARD
of Kent, England were married. I believe that ROBERT L. THOMPSON
and LOUISE M. HAYWARD relocated back to St. Louis around the
HAYWARD THOMPSON, Sr. had a brother LLOYD THOMPSON and a sister MARY THOMPSON. I believe all to be born around 1890 (give and take a few years).
|THOMPSON||I am researching the Thompson surname . My Great Grandfather
Thompson Married Minnie Unknown
They were both from Pomona I believe. They had these children; Leonard Thompson of Pomona , Virgil Thompson , George Herman Thompson( My Grandfather ) He passed away in 1944 in St. Louis and married Vesta mary Eldringhoff.
Katherine Thompson , She married Dean Allen
Ruby Thompson , She married Unknown Hockman
George Herman Thompson And Vesta Mary Eldringhoff Had These children
William George ( Bill ) Thompson
I don't have much more than this on this part of my family. I
really love to know who Great Grandpa Henry's parents were and if he
any brothers and sisters what their names were and anything on their
||/Thomson in Polk County, MO;
Cedar Co., MO, Dade Co., MO, Jasper Co., MO and Barton Co., MO
Given names of Thompsons, James Mins or Mines Thompson, William M. "Buck" Thompson, Charles Thompson, Lawson Thompson.
From about 1840.
||from Butler County and would
like information on parents of Thomas D. Thompson. According to
1900 census, both parents are from Tennessee, but County is
unknown. Thomas D and Martha J. Thompson had five children:
Alonzo, Rena, Thomas H. – born Dec 1889 (of which I am a descendent),
Tony E. – born Jan 1894, and Walter - born April, 1900.
|THOMPSON, Edward S.||married a Elizabeth Barkley. Elizabeth Barkley was Aunt to my Great-grandmother. When her sister Anna Barkley Weltch died, Elizabeth took care of my Great-grandmother and raised her in Missouri. I'm trying to find any relatives of Birdie Estella Weltch.|
|THOMPSON, Elijah||I am researching Elijah Thompson, b. Jun 23, 1788 in VA, died
in Harrisonville, MO. Married Annis HOOD Oct 11, 1808 in Greene
TN. She was born Nov 1, 1790 in Greene County, TN. Elijah
to Missouri in 1833. Owned land in Warrensburg, MO. He served in
East Tennessee Militia during war of 1812, was given 80 acres
in Denton County, TX which was claimed by his son Nathaniel.
were William Payton Thompson b. Mar 8, 1825 in Cass County, MO married
Rosanna Murry who was b. Oct 11, 1830 Cass County d. June 19, 1908
County, OK. William Payton Thompson, was a Baptist
Other children of Elijah were: Nathaniel Elbridge Thompson b. 1830;
W. Thompson; Humphrey Pose Thompson b. 1820(Humphrey was a Baptist
Sarah Dickens Thompson b. 1809 m. Eli G. Harris 1839 Cass County, Mo;
Thompson b. 1812; James McCarty Thompson b. 1814; Robert Hood Thompson
b. 1815; Luisa Ann Thompson b. 1822; Mary Amjeline Thompson b. 1827;
Jane Thompson b. 1833.
Several members of this clan migrated to Wise County, TX then Russell, Greer County, OK then to CA.
I believe Elijah father was James Thompson b 1759 MD d. 1844, Orange County, NC, m. Nancy Ann Morrow then m. Susannah Roberts. James' father: Thomas "Pioneer" Thompson b. England 1730 d. 1795 Orange County, NC, m Elinor Hulda Agan Dec 4, 1752 Baltimore County, MD. She died May 6, 1800 Orange County, NC.
William Payton Thompson was father of Leonard Jackson Thompson b. Nov 11, 1868, Pettis County, MO d. Jan 19, 1946, Mangum, Green County, OK. One of Leonard's children was Trula Myrtle Thompson Jones, b. Feb 21, 1897, Decatur, Wise County, TX d. Feb 3, 1988, Fresno, CA (She was my grandmother.
I am looking for verification of Elijah Thompsons mother/father and other ancestors
|THOMPSON, Ethelbert D.
||(b. Kentucy 1858) & Mary A.
(b. in MO 1854). Most of the children lived in either Marshall,
Saline, MO or K.C., Jackson, MO. Their names are WM. C.
THOMPSON (b. 1884) m. to Abbie or Allie b. in MO, JOHN WILLARD THOMPSON
(b. 09 Feb 1885) m. to Adelaid (b. in MO 1880), WOODROW C. THOMPSON (b.
1886) m. to Emma (b. 1887 MO), ELIZABETH D. THOMPSON (b. 1888),
ROBERT RUSSELL THOMPSON (b.. 1890) m. to Clara L. (b. 1890 Nebraska),
** my great grandfather JAMES LEWIS THOMPSON (b. 1891) m. to Mildred
Bluethman (b. 1895 in Nebraska) and GEORGE FRANK THOMPSON (B.
1893). I think all of the Thompson children were born in Missouri.
|THOMPSON, Filmore||born 1853? and died 1903? married Edna Jane Whitestine in 1879?. They had three (3) children, Esthella, who died in 1885, William Marion, born 1888 and died 1974 and a third child that I think died at birth.|
||She married Sidney Corkren. They
lived in Winfield, Alabama.
|THOMPSON, Gilliam David||married to Lucy Ellen Manes sometime in the late 1880's or 1890. Children Myrtle May b.1891 (m. Charlie Rutledge 1906), Leslie, Bert (b.1893) Alvin and Mary (m.?Forest). Gilliam was at least 1/2 Cherokee and farmed in the 1920 near Eminence Missouri. He had been sent to prison as an eleven yr old for horse stealing and learned to read and write there. He may have been a minister as well.|
|THOMPSON, Hiram||See Joseph Henry Thompson|
|THOMPSON, Ira Clinton||born in Saline Co. IL, one sister Sina md a doctor or dentist in Advance, MO. Ira live in the Bloomfield--Dexter MO area.|
|THOMPSON, James||early 1800? Mar. Ann daughter Molinda Mullen, Bill William? married Molinda Thompson had 3 children-Susan E., Edward, Clara|
|THOMPSON, James A.
||& Catherine (Kate) his wife.
|THOMPSON, John N.||Born Chilicothe, Livingston County, MO 11/20/1868
Moved to Marshall Co., KY and died there 3/11/1948
Can not find him on any census prior to Ky Miracode in 1910. Do not know his parents name.
|THOMPSON, John W.||died Jan 1872 in Cedar Co. born about 1789 in Virginia , wife
Children Nancy, Elvira (1818-1889)married Alfred Freeman, Mary married
a Daugherty?, Sarah Jane married an Eanis, George J. (1827-1903)
Mary N. McNinch, Croshan S. married a Freeman. John & family moved
to Cedar Co. from Giles Co., Tenn. Love to exchange info on
any of these families.
|THOMPSON, John Will||m. Elizabeth Campbell, lived in or around Barnard, Nodaway, Mo. They had 3 children that I know of, Will, Lizzie, and Nancy Margaret, b. 1868.|
|THOMPSON, Joseph Henry||Looking for the family of Joseph Henry (b. 1821 TN) and Hiram
(b. 1825 MO). According to letter found in family trunk dated
their father J. Thompson was a tailor in "Ororock" (Orrick? maybe?), no
unable to care for his children, they were farmed out to different families. Sons - William, Henry, Charley, Felix, Joseph, Hiram, daughters - Gertrude, Rebecca, unknown, unknown, unknown. One daughter married a Dr. Chaple. Felix left at 16 and went to Arizona where he married the daughter of an Indian chief. Joseph and Hiram were brought to Mississippi by Obediah Pearson. In 1850 Hinds Co., MS census, Hiram and wife are living with William Stafford and family. His wife is Maria Williams. Her sister Mariah (Phemariah) is married to Stephen Stafford who moves back to MO by 1850).
|THOMPSON, Julia M.
||born in Missouri in 1870/1871.
Married Francis Marion Williams around 1890. Their children:
Andrew P. Williams, b. 1892; Myrtle V. Williams, b. 1895; and my grandmother, Rose May Williams, b. 1897; she married James Wesley Brinkley Jr. in Phelps County Nov. 1917.
|THOMPSON, Mary||She was born in 1845? in Greene County, thompson was her married name. She had son Named Horace W. and also three other sons, Clifford,George, and Kent. Am interested in finding out about her family, and also her husbands family. In 1900, she lived in Springield on Lion St.|
|THOMPSON, Parmelia||Ripley, Carter|
|THOMPSON, Raleigh Everett||B-30 April 1898, d-17 Feb. 1961@East Chicago IN.. Raleigh married Eva E. Morris in Parma, MO about 1920. I am at a deadend looking for the Thompson side.|
||and family of Joanna 'Thompson'
McMahan. I believe Wallace Thompson is the father of Joanna
McMahan. She was married to a Samuel McMahan, and, before
he died - abt: 1849-50, they had two sons: Charles G. L. McMahan and
McMahan. Samuel B. McMahan married Amanda (?) abt: 1873. These folks are my Gr. Grandparents and lived in and around Warrensburg, Johnson Co. MO. Any information would be appreciated. I have copies of the 1850 and 1860 Census showing Wallace Thompson-w-family and Joanna 'Thompson' McMahan with her two boys living on neighboring farms if anyone is interested.
||married to a Martha Beasley they
moved here in 1840 from Kentucky, Im looking for there siblings and
||Will / Willie / Bill Thompson
(b. about 1855 or 1866 in Missouri) married to Sofrona / Sophrona /
Sefrona / Sephfron / Frona / Frany / Francy Thompson (born abt. Feb
1862 in Missouri or Illinois). The children I'm aware of are Vada
Thompson (b. abt. Aug 1881 in Missouri), Travis Thompson (b. abt. Jan
1884 in Missouri), Frances Marion Thompson (b. Jun 1883 in Joplin,
Jasper County, Missouri, d. Dec 1964 in Muskogee, Oklahoma), Cora
Thompson Rains (b. Apr 1890 in Springfield, Greene County, Missouri, d.
10 Aug 1957 in Caddo, Bryan County, Oklahoma), Samuel/Sammie Thompson
(b. Jul 1894 in Texas), William Thompson (b. abt. Jan 1898 in Texas),
and Carrie Thompson Harris (b. about 1904 in Oklahoma, d. Roswell, NM).
I would love any information about this family. Cora is my great great
They were in Hill County Texas on the 1900 Census, and then Bryan County Oklahoma on the 1910 Census. But before that, it appears they were in Missouri until some time between 1890 and 1894.
|THOMPSON, William M "Buck"|| et al and BUTTERFIELD, Stephen S., et al
These are my gg. grandparents - both sides of the family
||I am researching the descendants
of BENJAMIN FRANKLIN THOMSON 1817 – 1861, m MARIA SHORTRIDGE in Cork
County, Ky. He was the 7th Sheriff of Jackson County, 3 terms, elected
State Representative in 1850, helped establish First Christian Church
of Independence and first organized school district. Charter Member of
Independence Chapter 12, Royal Arch Masons. 11 children, 9 boys, 2
|THOMURE||Known to be in the Ste. Genevieve area through the mid to late 1800s, then in the St. Louis area from the late 1800s through the early 1900s. Thomure from France by way of Canada and Illinois.|
||in Ste. Genevieve, St. Francois, Washington & Jefferson Counties.|
||her father Ken, owned the Chain
of Rocks amusement park in St. Louis.
|THORN, Jimmy A||Dunklin|
|THORNBRUGH||Bates, Andrew, Greene|
|THORNHILL||Texas & Wright Cos.|
||& Rebecca Barnes
Both from Ohio. Lived in Vernon Co. Three sons: Cassius, French, Jacob. Rebecca died 31 Jan 1892 Osage, Vernon, MO
|THORNTON, William||Home Page DeKalb|
|THORNTON, Joseph Ross||Saline|
|THORNTON, Miller C.||Saline|
|THORNTON, Nancy Ann Mahala||born December 25, 1874, Schuyler Co., IL,
died August 19,
Franklin Co., MO, married December 01, 1900 to Green Berry ASH in
Miller Co., MO. (Daughter of George Mason Dallas Thornton, born
18, 1845, Schuyler Co., IL, died May 18, 1886 in Branch Place, Camden
MO and his wife Polly Ann Luttrell, born January 07, 1849, Schuyler
IL, died December 1911, Washington Co., MO.
Web Page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~celticlady/default.htm
|THORNTON, John Wesley|
Born in VA; moved to Callaway County, MO where Jeremiah and
Thomas H. Died.
Jeremiah, son of Thomas J. and Thomas H. Thorpe, son of Jeremiah Thorpe. Need documentation to approve these relationships for a DAR supplement.
||Thomas Richard Lee Thrasher emigrated from Maryland to the Macon, Missouri area in 1854. He and his wife, Amanda F.Long had 6 children. I am a descendent of Albert Lee Thrasher, b. 11/14/1864, d.09/18/1945. One of his children was Emory Lee Thrasher, my grandfather.The Chapel Hill Cemetary is just east of Highway 63, south of Macon. This is a Thrasher family cemetary. There was also a church on this property which the Thrasher family built in the 1800s.|
|THURMAN||Pleasant in Marion County|
|THURMAN, Otis Otto
||born on May 12, 1908 , was the
son of Willis Harvey Thurman, also born in Missouri. Otis married Mary
White, not sure where or when, and they moved to San Jose, California.
|TIBBS, Eugenius||of Monongalia Co., VA/WV. lived in the north east corner of MO. Served in the Civil War, CSA. was married to Mary Daugherty.|
|TICHACEK||City of St. Louis|
|TIADAN||Came from Clinton Co, IL to Carroll Co, MO circa 1890.|
|TIDD, Henry H.
||died Cedar Co., MO Jan. 1, 1864,
widow, Elizabeth, in Kansas in 1900's
|TIDON||Came from Clinton Co, IL to Carroll Co, MO circa 1890.|
|TIEDAN||Came from Clinton Co, IL to Carroll Co, MO circa 1890.|
|TIEDGEN, John F.||married Caroline or Charlene Thieman 1860. They had a daughter named Lena. John remarried in 1864 to Margaret Gunkle-Harding. This is for Holt co.. John went to Nebraska in 1869.|
|TIEKEN, Heinrich Herman||born in Hanover, Germany, Nov. 20, 1812, and came to America when he was 24, going directly to St. Louis and from there to Ft. Madison, Iowa where he was a resident until his death. I'm wondering if he had other family who stayed in the St. Louis area.|
|TIERNEY, Bridget||St. Louis City|
||born 1835 Louisville, KY, wife -
Margrett Thomason b 1850 MS, 1870 Census - MO, Newton, Van Buren
Charles was the son of William Tiffee b VA and Marjorie Unknown KY
|TIGHE||My granfather was born in 1894 around the St.James, MO area|
|TIGNOR, Benjamin William||BORN 16 JUL 1856, ELMO, NODAWAY,
MO- MARRIED EUNICE MAY
24 APR 1881 NODAWAY, MO
|TIGNOR, Earl||BORN 25 APR 1888 , ELMO, NODAWAY, MO|
|TIGNOR, Mary J.||BORN DEC 1884, NODAWAY, MO|
|TIGUE, William Henry||b Mar 2, 1874|
||Married Ollie Mrytle Bunch Born
12-13-78. They had a daughter named Mary Joyce Tilbury born
||Tilger,John Henry (B-abt 1825
Germany/ D-abt 1865 from injuries obtained in the Civil War)
Married About 1852
Rachel Beers Souders Pa.(Widow Christian Souders B-Germany/ D- Mo)
William Henry Tilger 1853 Mo.
John Robert Tilger 1855 Mo.
James Andrew Tilger 1857 Mo.
Herman Tilger 1859 Mo.
Mary Catherine Tilger 1861 Mo.
|TILLERSON, Charles Washington|
|TILLERSON, Clayborn Price|
|TILLEY||Rueben Dodson Tilley-Married. Sarah Baker- Children; Sanford,Luther, Adaline, Pauline Martha, Amantha, Sarah, Nancy, Rueben Jr. Absolom, Victoria, Joseph: (Rueben's father) David Tilley Married-Mary Dodson-Children- Julia Ann, Hampton B., Rueben Dodson, Nancy, Alsa, Martha,Elizabeth, Polly, Phebe. Rueben re-located to Bethany, Harrison ,Mo. early in life.|
|TILLMAN, Robert V.
||married to Mary Ida Coffman
Tillman. The Tillman house near Libertyville was built over 200
years ago. They had five kids. There is a Tillman Road. Looking for
more history or relatives in Missouri. I live In Houston Texas.
They are listed on 1900 MO census, St. Louis County, Central Township as enrolled in Eden College. Both from Germany, immigrated 1895. Possibly cousins of my g-father (George) Hermann Tillmanns. Would also like any info on this school or how to contact it.
|TILLOTSON, Charles Franklin|
|TILLY||Gasconade, Franklin, Osage - from founding of Hermann to present|
||did she ever live at 1846
oak grove plantation in lafayette county m.s as a slave?
|TILLY, Henry Alphanso George Washington||Eliza or Elyza (Walker) Wood m1-Tilley m2
known children to
Tilley, William A. M born Feb. 1892, age 8, Missouri son Tilley, Amyee or Amy E. F born May 1894, age 6, Missouri daughter Tilley, Sarah E. F born Oct. 1890, age 3, Missouri daughter Tilley, Sherly E. M born Dec. 1898, age 1, Missouri son Wood, Thomas R. M born Aug. 1889, age 11, Missouri step-son Wood, Martha E. F born Mar 1886, age 14, Missouri step-daughter
This information is taken from the 1900, Mo. census of Blackriver Twnshp.
|TILSON||Alfred Jackson (Jack), mother: Vicey Tilson, and father believed to be William Samuel Tilson|
||married MARY WALKER in Missouri, Howell Co., 1877. They eventually ended up in Oklahoma. Thomas parents names are Samuel E. and Anna "Crane" Tilson.|
||Patrick and Mary (Corbett),
lived in Weston, Platte County about 1910. Both died
there.. Children Edward and Mary.
|TIMPKE, George||listed in 1870 census in St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis County|
||Have researched our line from
present back to marriage of Samuel Tindall, b 6-10-1865, d 7-13-1945 to
Nora Ophelia Tindall, b 5-26-1878, d 2-23, 1960. This is five
Area: Oran, MO
|TINER, Jesse||married Sophia MITCHELL, 23 May, 1834, Greene County, Missouri. Sophia, born 30 Nov. 1802, was the daughter of Mollie FOLSOM and Samuel MITCHELL. Jesse was probably born around 1800, but don't know who his parents were or where he was born. Sometime between 1834 and 1840, Jesse and Sophia went to Indian Territory, as Sophia was half Choctaw Indian. They had two children, John and Leroy (Leroy being my g-grandfather).|
|TINKER||Given names: Harrison, Andrew
|TINNIN, Beverly||St. Louis|
||who was in the Madison Co area
in the circa 1890 period and probably died in same in 1900's? His
spouse was Eliza and he had a daughter named Laura or Lora E who
was my grandmother(she married a Charles E Miller.
Tinsley was born appr 1848 in Tenn and later moved to Clay City Clay Co Illinois. Eliza was his second wife.
|TIPPETT||Montgomery Co., Mo|
|TIPPIT, William Henry
b.12-22-1866 in Ky
d. 3-4-1910 in Dunklin Co., Campbell, Mo.
|TIPTON, Samuel||Married to Adelia Pierce in sullivan co. children: Leonard, Mary Margaret, Rilda, and step-child Minnie Pierce He was son to Hiram & Mary|
|TITSWORTH||Jackson and Surrounding Counties|
|TIVY||based around St. Louis but I'm not just interested specifically in that area.|
|TOBIN, Johanna Duggan||St. Louis|
||I am looking for information
about Jozef Toczek born in 1878 in Nozdrzec Poland and his wife Rozalia
(Kraus) born in 1879, also in Poland. He came in 1909 and she followed
in 1912 with four children, Andrew, Jon, Walter, Maria. Both parents
were deceased by 1916, she in 1915 after child birth and he six
months later from a tragic train accident leaving the four children who
were then living with their aunt Pauline Kraus and her family. Pauline
was the sister in law of Rozalia. I have all this information from the
St Louis Mo. I have also found them on the 1920 census but
nothing after that. I realize that it is almost 100 years but I hope
that there may be some grandchildren who are searching for their
ancestors. If this information relates to your search you can contact
me as I have information about the Toczek family back to the mid 1700’s
and also to let you know that the family in Poland is also curious
about what happened to Jozefs family.
|TOD, Grace||lived in St.Louis around the year 1908|
|TOD, John||lived in St.Louis around the year 1908|
||family line that lived in and around Pulaski and Putnam Counties . I already have quite a bit of information that I am willing to share. My information spans the time frame of 1739 to the 1900's starting with William Todd and his wife Elizabeth|
|TODD, Anna||Home Page DeKalb|
|TODD, Birdie||St. Louis|
|TODD, Charlie||St. Louis|
|TODD, Grace||St. Louis|
|TODD, Griffin||Home Page Howard|
|TODD, Hannah||Home Page DeKalb|
|TODD, Jesse||Home Page DeKalb|
|TODD, Jesse S.
|TODD, John||St. Louis|
|TODD, John H. P.
||Douglas County, MO
Children-Jackson, Delilah, Eliza
|TODD, Joshua||was born 1809 Maryland and was married to Margaret Jeffrey born 1811 Maryland. Married 1839 in Belmont Ohio. They came to Howard Co Mo about 1841. I am searching for information of any kind on them.|
|TODD, Sally||Home Page DeKalb|
|TODD, Spicey||Home Page DeKalb|
|TODDEN||family which came from Germany about 1850.|
|TOELLE, John Henry||Born 1865|
|TOENNIES, Johann Ludwig Wilhelm||St. Louis|
|TOENYES, Edward||he was married to Caroline Schrobschears. They lived in St. Louis MO in 1883, my grandmother Mary (Mae) Caroline Tennegen was born in St. Louis, MO on Oct. 15,1883. (I don't know if Mae was married to a Tennegen or if that is the correct spelling for her maiden name.)|
|TOLER, Henry Winfield||Born in Bolivar, Missouri in May of 1852. Can't seem to get past him!|
|TOLLIVER, Sherman Benjamin||married Katherine Mcclain. lived in Butler county,mo.. Katherine had relatives in northern states, michigan perhaps. Sherman's mother was suppose to be an indian, and from Tennessee.|
||German & English
origin. Lewis Alvin Tollman – D in St.
Louis About 1955. Was Vet of WW1, Married
twice 1st.) Roxie who died of TB about 1923. She had two
sons; Stanley Tollman (B St Louis, MO about 1897) (D about
1962 ) who retired from Standard Oil . Second and younger
son, was Lewis Alvin Tollman B 1915 and is living in
Gainesville, GA with his wife Frances Myrtle Stults Tollman (B. Sept
19, 1915 in Palmyra, IL). He was a Vet. Of WW2 and Korea.
Highly decorated US Air Force officer. Retired from the US Air
Force after 28 years of service, as a Lt. Col. Lewis and
Frances were married in St Louis, MO in Dec. 4 1933, From this marriage
were three children: Gary Alvin Tollman (B Sept 21, 1937
Carlinville, IL), Stanley LeRoy Tollman (B Feb. 28, 1941 Carlinville,
IL) and Diane Marie Tollman (B July 10, 1947 Scott Air Force Base, IL)
||Lewis Alvin Tollman, Retired
USAF Lt. Col. Died September 29, 2005, was living in Gainesville, GA
with his wife of 72 years, Frances Myrtle Stults Tollman. Survived by
his and three children, 13 grandchildren and 17 great grand children.
|TOMLINSON||Jacob Tomlinson, b. 1820 in VA, md. Frances Elzeda Ervine, moved to Ray Co., MO in 1850s.|
|TOMLINSON||Andrew and Buchanan Counties Home Page|
|TOMPKINS, George W.||Greene Co.|
|TOMPKINS, Richard Y.|
|TOMSON||Christian Co Joseph Tomson born NC age 80 in 1870 MO census|
||Lived in St. Louis
father Wenceslaus or Wen Z who married Joseph HRDLICKA
|TONNAR, Michael Battes
MO, b.03/15/1867 d.01/08/1953 married Clara A. Pfister in 1913? Clara b. 04/29/1881 d.12/1967.
Children Anna E., Joe P., Leo, W.E., Mary, Dorthy, Dolly.
Correct spelling on death cert is BATTAS also death cert states that his parents names as Leon F. Tonnar and Mary Battas from Minnesota.
|TOOLOOSE, John Thomas
b may 1861 d 1952? married Rosa Amanda Elders b november 1868 d 1935
Would love to know parents of John Thomas, did he have siblings???
|TOOMES, Barbara Ann||dtr of William and Lucinda J. b.(?) Holt Co.1 Feb 1866 .|
|TOOMES, Lucinda J.|
|TORRANCE, Preston||married to Sara Williams c.1860-65; possibly buried in Greene co. or Taney Co., Mo. Son, Tom married to Doretta Magerhan/Maggerhans c.1900-05.|
||Tasker Washington Tosh, and Mary
Ann (Polly Ann) Mc Daniels. I have a copy of the Tosh Family
History compiled by Wesly and Alice Tosh of Clovis NM.
||of Jefferson County Mo. Also includes Kempe, Elders, and Rouggly of Jefferson Co. Late 1800's and early 1900's.|
|TOWNER, Gillead "Gill"||Vernon - Nathaniel's Son|
|TOWNES||Emma Eliza Townes (9/14/1872). She married George Daniel Durham (2/20/1868) on 8/8/1891 in Missouri. Not sure who her parents were. Not able to find anything past her.|
|TOWNLEY, Thomas Marion||b. 15 Oct 1822 possibly Georgia or South
m. 27 March 1847 in Georgia to Sirenia________________
d. 25 Oct. 1893 Texas County, Missouri
|TOWNSEND||Seeking ancestry of Joseph Liburn Townsend (1844 - 1869 Knox Co., MO) married Emma Graff (1869 Knox Co.,MO). Father Joseph Liburn Townsend (born Maryland abt 1810 - died Missouri 1846) mother Elizabeth ? (born Maryland abt 1815 - died 1893 Kansas).|
|TOWNSEND, Liston G.||wife Mary WILLETT TOWNSEND found in the 1880 Howell Co, MO census with children: Leona, Orah E, John D, Cora S, and baby. Younger children include William Mose, Mary Lydia, Tabitha, & Annie. They later moved back to Arkansas then some to OK and TX.|
|TOY||WILLIAM AND MARY TOY LIVED IN JEFFERSON CO,MISSOURI BOTH BORN IN KENTUCKY.HAD 7 CHILDREN: WILLIAM, ELIZABETH, JOHN, LARANCE, JULIA ANN, CORNELIOUS, AND MARY ANN TOY ALL BORN IN JEFFERSON CO,MISSOURI IN THE 1839 TP 1860.|
|TOY||CORNELIOUS TOY AND CATHERINE(KATIE) SUKA
TOY LIVED IN
SON OF WILLIAM AND MARY DOOLIN TOY FROM JEFFERSON CO,MISSOURI. DAUGHTER
KASPER AND MARY CODA SUKA
|TRACY, Winton Bascomb||died May 12, 1906 and is listed as buried in Newtonia, Missouri. I have been unable to find a grave site in Newtonia. Can anyone help me?|
|TRAIL, Reuben Grover||born 1872, St. Louis, Missouri. Married Cecilia BRADY. Two children Celia and Idella. Reuben married 2nd Grace CRAWFORD. Children, Reuben, Delora, and Darwin. All born and died in St. Louis.|
|TRAINER, James Franklin||b. 16 Jan. 1868 d. 19 Nov.
m. Smith, Barbara Ellen b, 12 Oct. 1868 d. 20 Jan. 1957
They had 10 children born to this marraige:
|TRALLER||Thomas Allison Traller b Jul 15, 1821
Married Mary E Thompson Nov 6, 1845 Perry County Moved to Dade
Margaret I. Traller b. 1847 Dade Co.
Alice R. Traller b 1854 Dade Co.
Warren L. Traller b. 1856 Dade Co.
George F. Traller b. 1858 Dade Co.
Thomas F. Traller b. 1863 Dade Co.
||Aunt Marcella and Uncle
Art's children and descendants
||born in Germany about 1805;
married Elizabeth Prugel (?)
Christian Trankle-born in Baden, Germany 27 September, 1838; died near Leopold, Mo. 19 January, 1913
Mary Lambrecht-born 22 December, 1853, in Ohio(probably Cincinnati)
Caroline Trankle, Anna Marie Elizabeth Trankle, Caroline Emma Trankle, Mary Catherine Therese Trankle, August Bernard Trankle, Christian Joseph Trankle, Wilhelmina Trankle, Josephine Caroline Trankle, Francis Joseph Trankle, Frances Louise Trankle, William Joseph Trankle
|TRANSOM||I am looking for the parents of Ellen Bertha TRANSOM. From her daughter's birth certificate it looks as if Ellen was born in Kentucky, however, on some paperwork from my great grandmother England is penciled in, then scratched off. Also, Social Security Death Index lists Ellen's birth place as Kentucky. She was born 3/21/1870 and died in California (after her second marriage to John MARTIN) on 4/29/1951. Ellen married first, John Edmond HILL, most likely in Missouri, the St. Louis area. John was born in Cork, Ireland in 1856 and came to America as a young man. John died 5/6/1916 in Webster Groves (where he resided with Ellen in a large Victorian home that was located on a road where the train ran in front of it [according to a picture]), and was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Kirkwood, MO. John and Ellen's children were: Stanley (died at age 7 and buried in same cemetery as John Edmond, Sr.) , John Edmond, Jr., Mable (Mae, married Henr! y W. HUTHSING), Collis Joyce (Jerry, married June), and Elizabeth Estella (married Seth MILLER).|
|TRAPP, William L.||Johnson Co|
|TRAPP, William E.
||- the death date/burial place of
William E. TRAPP [1878-1879].
|TRAPP, William R.||Andrew Co|
|TRASK, Almon B.
Latheal, Chancy, and Jessie.
Wives-Mary Gregory,Minnie Parker, matilda Barnes
|TRAVELSTEAD, George||m. Sanders, Susan about 1850. They were in Stoddard Co., MO in 1860 Census.|
|TRAVIS, Amanda Annie|
|TRAVIS, Anna Marie
|TRAVIS, Floa Viola
|TRAVIS, Frank Shields
|TRAVIS, Henry E.|
|TRAVIS, James Edward
|TRAVIS, William B.
|TRAVIS, William (Will) Cicero||Born May 8, 1892 St.Louis,Mo.(this is
what he stated on all
birth certificates) He married Mary Ellen Andrew of SLC.,UT. They had their
first child William Cicero Mar 27,1928 in Palestine, Anderson Co.,Texas. They had
their second child Mary Ellen Oct. 2,1932 in Houston, Texas. There they
remained and had 3 more children.. Kittie(my mother) Albert Orson, and "living",
Will died Mar 9,1965, his wife Mary died in 1950. His wife Mary Ellen was born
to Mormon family of Albert F. Andrew and Ellen Harriet Bray in 1903. Have
searched all available census and cannot find Will Travis anywhere.
|TRAVIS, William H.|
|TRAVIS, William Walter
|TRAYLOR, Johnson U.
||b. 1847, KY. Living
w/daughter Retta Butts in 1900 census of Missouri. Am trying to
locate his burial site or anything after 1900.
|TRAYNOR||St. Louis City|
|TREADWAY, John Riley||dob 4/30/23 in Joplin (perhaps Webb City area) dod 5/12/62 in waters off Newport Beach, CA. Mother Evelyn King, Father John Treadway|
|TREGO||Wallace TREGO born 24 Jan 1903 in
Missouri, d. Aug 1973 in
mar. abt. 1926 to Anna Emelia Grossman. Children: Margaret,
Wallace Clarence, and Richard Roy. Wallace and Anna divorced and
Anna mar. August William Janish. August adopted the
and they were given his name. I am seeking any information on
TREGO and his
family. Any bit of information will be greatly appreciated
Trent family lived in Tywappity Township, Mississippi County, from around 1862 until around 1925. Names include William Trent, America Thurman Trent, Daniel Trent, Sarah Lee Trent and John William Trent. Other names are Mary Catherine Trent Pate and Mary Elizabeth Trent Baker. There is some relationship with the Thurman family, which I am researching.
||born in Saint Louis, MO; moved
to Lutesville / Marble Hill in the early 1950s. Service as police
officer, and later as City Safety Administrator in Jennings, MO (north
part of Saint Louis). Retired, now lives in Cape Girardeau County.
Carrie Esther (Collier) Trentham (daughter of Freeman and Christina Collier of Bollinger Co), born in Chambers, MO; moved to Marble Hill in mid-1950s. Worked at McDonnell-Douglas at time of retirement.
|TRESCH, Joseph N.||Born July 20 1897 St. Louis MO ,Died May
1976 in Jefferson
His only natural brother was William Sebastian Tresch Born 6-24-1899 St. Louis MO., Died March 30 1965 Pekin Ill
as children the lived near 2nd and St. George St.'s in St. Louis MO.
|TREWATHA, John||Christian, 1880|
|TRICKETT, Harry Walter||My Grandparents and Great grandparents were born in St. Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri -- Names are Harry Walter TRICKETT b. 30 May 1895, married 11 Oct 1920 to Celestine Armantha MILBOURNE, b 23 Oct 1904. Harry's parents were John Wesley TRICKETT b circa 1869 who was married to Mary O'KIEFE b. circa 1873. Celestine's parents were Valentine MILBOURN b. Circa 1878 and Matilda Jane BURCH b. circa 1882.|
|TRICKEY, Sarah Catherine||b: 14 Dec 1837 in Cape Giraradeau, MO. D/O William Trickey & Catherine (Garner) Trickey.|
||born about 1833. Living in
Cape Girardeau in 1960 with wife Elizabeth. I believe him to be
the son of William Trickey (Cape Girardeau 1850 census), but I have no
record of this. I am hoping to get proof of this Father/son
relationship. I also do not have a record of death. Thomas
and Elizabeth were in Cape Girardeau in 1870. Elizabeth died in
1872 per gravestone markers. The sons were divided among various
families in the county.
|TRIGG, Benjamin Franklin||and Henrietta Chidester
|TRIGG, Mary E.||Howell|
|TRIGGS, James M.
||and his wife (unkown). He had a
daughter Eathel TRIGGS, born 30 May 1894 in Humphrys, Sullivan,
Missouri. In the 1900 census he is a widower and he and Eathel are
living with his parents (William & Rosetta Hays Triggs) in Kansas.
|TRIMBLE||Webster and Greene Co|
|TRIMBLE||Webster County, City of Seymour|
||in Kansas City area or Joplin
Looking for info on Trimbles.
Alice born 1924
James born about 1927
Belle born about1900
|TRIMBLE, Green Clark||KY to IL to Lawrence Co. to Polk Co., MO|
|TRIPLETT, George Washington||b. in 1830 in Burke Co. N.C. or maybe
Tenn. and G.Grandmother
Elizabeth Leach Triplett, b.in 1846 in Washington Co. Arkansas.
couple (according to Missouri census) settled in first Greene co.,
Webster Co. in 1860, and then in the 1880 Carroll Co. area. G.W.Triplett's parents were John and Martha Mashburn Triplett, married in 1817, Burke Co. N.C., but also lived in Missouri. GWT's sister Nancy, married a James Cromwell, and another sister Lucinda was the 3rd wife of Richard Bently Womack. There were several other Geo. Washington Tripletts, also living in Missouri about this time, but I'm only interested in the one mentioned above. George and Tempe had most of their children born in Missouri, but 2 were born in Rice Co. Kansas, My Grandfather being one of them and was born in 1882 and was their youngest child. No one seems to know anythin! g about GWT and Tempe, so if anyone at this site, has any information about them, I would be grateful if they could share it with me
||& matilda triplett . found john &ella in madison county,mo in 1850 with 1 child mary jane . in 1860 found found them in ark,with 4 children under john & matilda triplett. their children were mary j.,elizabeth, sarah, rachel. rachel was my g-grandmother.|
|TRIPP, Everett Harvey
||born on July 16, 1907 in Reynolds County and he died in Pilot Knob on January 30, 1939. He was the son of Columbus Tripp and Matilda Swindle/McSwindle.|
|TROMBLEY, Frank Charles||wife louise. children martha,
cindy, Evelyn, saline,
one son charles. Lived in Flat Rock ,Mi with the exception of rhoda,she
lived in new york and charles[chuck] lived in coldwater mi. Most buried
in Huron valley cemetery in Flat Rock Mi.
Frank made fiddles and played by ear.
|TROQUET||at some point was changed to Trokey|
|TROSPER||Would like to correspond with any Trosper descendents.|
|TROTTER, Gusta May
||married Ike Gravil on July 18, 1923. Children were Raymond Gravil (died at age 2), Charles Herman Gravil (Deceased december 2002), Franklin Delano Gravil (Also Deceased), James Madison Eugene Gravil (Still living), Imogene Gravil (Also Deceased).|
|TROVILLION, Rose||Looking for anyone who remembers Rose Trovillion of Morehouse.MO or any one who knew Trovillions in the Sikston, Morehouse area.|
|TROWELL, Margaret Ariminta||born around 1800, she is burried at Moody Mo. she married John Martin|
|TROWER||Gentry - I am trying to find the parents of my great Grandfather, His name was William Baxter Trower, and he was born 29 October 1841, possibly in KY. He died in McFall, Gentry County, Missouri on December 28, 1917. His death certificate lists his father as J.L. Trower. His mother was listed as Elizabeth Trower. He may have been a Baptist minister.|
|TROXEL, William Ray|
|TROXELL, James||born in AL.1870 DIED1939? St.Louis,Mo|
|TRUE||Looking for ancestors of grandfather, Olen True born 5/3/1897 in Western Adair County, died 8/14/1967 in Kirksville, MO. He married Leta Hedrick and they had 6 children who were raised in Adair and Sullivan Counties|
|TRUE||Looking for relatives of Dallas E. True and his wife Rose M. Koenig.|
|TRUMBLE, Cyrenus (or Sirenus)||Jackson County, MO (Independence or Kansas City)|
|TRUMBLE, Estle Cedric||Jackson County, MO (Independence or Kansas City)|
|TRUMBLE, Maud Elvira||Jackson County, MO (Independence or Kansas City)|
|TRUMBLE, Maynard Eugene||Jackson County, MO (Independence or Kansas City)|
|TRUMBLE, William E.||lived in Platte Co. Mo.|
Wright, Texas, Reynolds & Maries Counties
||Looking for information on
family of Archibald M. Kelly who married Dorothy Meyer 9
son Archibald J, married Bernice ?
Grandson Lewis Stanley Kelly married JO Anne Trundle in 1952, Jackson County MO.
|TRUSTY||(married to a Carter)|
|TRYK||St. Louis and Kansas City, starting about 1870.|
|TUBBS, Lois Catherine||8/2/1860|
|TUCKER||Thomas (Joseph?) Clifton Tucker m. Mary Jane Atchley (b. in
Tx), had 6 boys and 3 girls; John, Harvey,
Elmer, Jess, Bine (possibly in CA), Lonnie (d. when burned to death), Geary, Altie and Katie Arizona. This is all I know of this family, would like to learn more. Also, was in Iron Mountain, MO, possibly spread to Ok and Ar. Thomas worked as a stone mason.
||in Schuyler/Scotland Counties.
Nellie May (Nelle Mae) Tucker, possible birthdate of Sept. 16,
1891. Died Feb. 28, 1980. Parents: William Albert Tucker b.
March 7, 1860 died May 30, 1937 and Frankie Ann Gould b. Aug. 7, 1855,
died Feb. 18, 1932. Both are buried in Hickory Grove Cemetery in
Arbela. William and Frankie married March 9, 1881. Need information on
Nellie May married Edward Smith between 1910 and 1914 and had one child, Judy, in 1914. They divorced between 1924 and 1930.
Nellie married "Roy" William Thornton Farris November 22, 1930. They raised Marilyn Virginia Farris, born 1931. Her parentage is in
question. She may have been born on Sept. 16, 1931, or on Aug. 18, 1931, either in Kirksville for the Sept. date or St. Louis for the
latter. She may have been a twin. Roy was previously married to Mabel May Shube (born Illinois in 1895). She died 6 days after giving birth to daughter Genevieve Louise in 1924.
|TUCKER, Arthur S.||m. Ellen Woodruff 1818 1820 Sturgen Boone Co. Pauline Phelps|
|TUCKER, Benjamin F.||m. Jeanette H. Fountain 1834 1834 Hallsville Boone Co. Pauline Phelps|
|TUCKER, Edward S.||m. Simms, Elizabeth 1777 VA 1820 Sturgen Boone Co. Pauline Phelps|
|TUCKER, Emma Jane
||she was born in Va according to
the 1920 census. She was born August 24-1854 and died March 29-1935 in
Lincoln Co Mo. July 10-1879 she married Willis B Hutton of Lincoln Co
Missouri. To this union three children were born Walter Clarence,
Lillian Ethel and James Emmett. We have no info as to who her parents
|TUCKER, Henry Clay||m. Ora Critchfield 1877 1877 Hallsville, Boone Co. Pauline Phelps|
|TUCKER, James||m. Katharine Bradley 6/6/1836, Hillsboro, Illinois; moved to Barry Co. 1849|
|TUCKER, James B.||m. Mary Dunbar 1816 1820 Sturgen, Boone Co. Pauline Phelps|
|TUCKER, John Willard||m. Rebecca M. Kemper 1857 1857 Hallsville Boone Co. Pauline Phelps|
||born 03 July 1837 or 1838 in
Perry County, Missouri. She married a John D. TAYLOR about
1855-1860, Perry County, Missouri.
Margarette TUCKER, died 14 October 1925 in Perry County, Missouri. I have been researching to find out who her parents and siblings were and where she may be buried.
TUCKER, TAYLOR, Perry County, Missouri
||married Henry Doty. They had 4
boys: Manifie, James, Joseph and Homer Lee. They lived in Barry County
for quite some time.
b. abt 1790 Franklin Co., North Carolina d. 25 Feb. 1868 St Clair Co., MO, m. 1814 Mary Porch b. 1794 Franklin Co., North Carolina,
had 11 children they lived in N.C. moved to McMinn Co., Tenn. then to around Dallas Co., Missouri,
I would like to know what happen to the youngest son Andrew Jackson Tucker b. abt 1837 married 02 April 1854 in Gasconade Co., MO, to Matilda Miller,
|TUCKER, Wade||and Cora Tucker, Violet Carpenter, Mrs. Ross Hill, Mrs. Hale Hunter. They are listed in my grandmother's funeral ledger as relatives.|
|TUCKER, William Anderson||believed born in Rowan Co. N.C. Married Elizabeth Smith on July 25th 1833 in Lawrence Co. Arkansas Died Jan. 1st 1900 in Iron Co. Mo. buried in Mt.View cemetery Des Ark, Iron Co. Mo.|
|TUCKER, William Warren||m. Martha Woodruff 1812 1820 Hallsville, Boone Co. Pauline Phelps|
|TUGGLE||St. Francis Co, St. Louis Co, Farmington, Knob Lick, Elvins, Herculaneum|
|TUGGLE, Cordila||Lincoln Co|
|TULEY||I am an ancestor of William Frank Tuley, son of George Preston Tuley, son of Charles Tuley. My family is originally from Virginia, but settled in Lewis County, Missouri.|
|TUNE, Horace Kestor "George"
|TURLEY||Laura Addaline Turley last child of Benjamin Franklin "Dine" Turley who was married to Margaret Jane Barnett. "Addie" married Edwin Jackson Schofield also of Ozark County Missouri.|
|TURNBO||Given names: John, Samuel, Mary "Polly", George,
|TURNBOUGH||Given names: John, Samuel, Mary "Polly", George,
|TURNBOUGH, William S.||b. Jan. 8, 1848 in MO. Married: SUSAN R. MINDA DYER, May 31, 1868 Crawford Co. MO.|
|TURNBULL||Elmo, Lincoln Township, Nodaway County, MO (1880s – 1950s)|
|TURNBULL, George Washington||(b. 1811, TN; d. Lincoln Co. MO) and wife Sarah J SMITH (b. ABT 1813, MO; d. Lincoln Co. MO)|
|TURNBULL, John Morgan||(b. 15 Aug 1834 Lincoln Co. MO; d. 29 Jan 1897 Lincoln Co. MO) and wife Matilda ELSTON (b. 11 Jul 1838, KY; d. 6 Sep 1904, Lincoln Co. MO)|
|TURNBULL, Margarett (Peggy)|
|TURNER||John Turner, b. 1794 Madison Co., KY, md. Jane West, moved to Ray Co., MO after the War of 1812.|
|TURNER||Boonville, Cooper County James Monroe Turner 1836-1914, 1st wife Mattie Elizabeth Hepinstall 6 Dec 1865 (she died) 2nd wife Deborah C. Wright 9 Feb 1871, (she died) daughter Ada and son Oliver. 3rd wife Virginia E. Tucker 11 Mar 1891.|
|TURNER||from Lathrop - Clinton County and or Daviess County. Ross James Turner born about 1906 married to Geraldine Louise Smith in 1929, divorced in 1933|
|TURNER||George W. Turner, Sr., born unknown, died December 1891, St. Joseph, Buchannon, MO will probate 7 Dec 1891. Father of 1) George W. Turner, Jr. born Feb. 1860, married Catherine Delilah Toothman; 2) Kate Turner; 3) James P. Turner; 4 J. (John) B. Turner; 5) Zachary Taylor turner; 6) Jonas P. Turner.|
|TURNER||William and Sarah Elizabeth Mcelroy Turner--Lived on a farm near Ava, Mo., middle or later 1800's?|
|TURNER||My fathers name was Donald Ray Turner b.29Apr1928 d.17Mar1970 in Camden Co., NJ. My Grandfathers name is Henry Martin Turner b.30May1893 Piedmont MO. d.4Apr1963. My GGrandfathers name is James H. Turner b.31 Oct 1872 d.Apr1965, married Rebecca Antis which I can not find and know nothing about. I found a 1920 Census report from Wayne Co., Benton Twnshp., Piedmont City, and says Second Str. on the side. It has James H. Turner as head of household, he was 58yrs. old, widowed, and he was a Marshall and next to that it says city. Then it has Martin as son 26yrs. Carpenter, then Rose as daughter-in-law 20yrs.(which could be my Grandmother Rosella (Woolfe) Turner 20yrs. from Tuckahoe, NJ), then it has Lamb, Edith who is daughter, and a Walter J. as grandson. Need some help and more information.|
|TURNER||Grundy, Livingston, (Springfield- Greene) Counties|
||marion county warren twp. looking for the children of my great great grandmother and her 1st husband william m. turner born va. and nancy jane cobbs turner born va. married marion co. 8/28/1834 erastus b abt.1836 / robert b abt. 1838 / sarah a. b abt. 1840 / susan b abt. 1843 / reuben b abt. 1845 / william b abt. 1847 william m. passed away between 1850 and 1853 and nancy jane married major william garner 4/15/1852 in marion co. and had margaret b.1853 and elizabeth b.10/5/1855 (my great grandmother) they also lived in greene co. for a time. relative names cobbs/ burch /see/ swigert|
||Looking for information about
Edmond and Winifred Turner who had several children in southern
Solomon and Jessee in the 1850's. Winifred remarried to Edmond Williams and had a son John Henry Williams born 1860.
|TURNER, Mary Elizabeth
||Their names appear on Page 369
of Marriage Records for St. Francois County for the year 1897.
"John Turner of Farmington, St. Francois Co., Mo. over 21; Mary McCutcheon of Farmington, St. Francois Co., Mo. over 18; 6 March 1897 license; married on 7 Farmington (sic) 1897 by R. C. Tucker, JP at Farmington, St. Francois Co., Mo.; filed 8 March 1897; the hand written index has Mary McCutchion."
|TURNER, Willliam||c 1760. Wife Sarah Denny(?). Daughter Anna Turner Casey.c1790|
|TURNER, William (Bill)||& Ada Mae (Sellers) Turner, Rural Ava, MO.|
|TURNTINE||Washington, Iron, Franklin|
||Father of Aaron W. Turpen who was born in Warsaw, Benton, MO in 1846. Jonathan was originally from KY and left with many other families in 1857 to California.|
|TURRENTINE||Lawrence Co., MO. Three T siblings whose descendants are known collectively as the Marionville Turrentines, James J. (1833-1907), John (1834-1899), and Nancy Ann Turrentine Selvy Boyd (1834-1924) are pictured on follwing page: Home Page|
|TUTTLE, Louisa Frances||and William Riley Huff. They lived in Christian County, Mo. and came to Colorado in early 1900's.|
|TUTTLE, Therman Glennwood III|
||W.T.Tweedy br about 1875.
Married in Texas USA in 1892. Tx census lists his
parents as born in Mo. Possible St Louis area.
Would like a lookup of St. Louis marriages for Tweedy's
<1870> if anyone has access to the Library.
|TWITTY, John G.||My great-great grandfather was John G. Twitty born 1822/1823 in KT, lived in Scott and Mississippi County MO. Brother was Archie or Archibald Twitty. John G. Twitty was still listed as a widower in 1880. Most likely deceased soon thereafter. I am searching for his obit so that I can find out WHO his parents were.|
||From Craig, Mound City , and
|TYLER, W. W.||married Eveline Thompson Tyler we think in an unknown county in Missouri about 1869. Their first child Susan Izora was born in unknown county in Missouri in 1870. There were two other children born in Ark. George Ward and James Monore Tyler. We are looking for any informtion on this family.|
||married Maude Taft about 1917.
Charles’ father was listed as being born in Canada in the 1920 census.
Charles died in 1930 and is buried in East Saint Louis, Illinois.
|TYRRELL, Delila Sheridan||Worth, 1918|
married Peter Valle
They lived in Washington County, MO.
Nancy Jane Valle
||Samuel, Andrew, Elik, Mar, et
al. St Francios County, Typical Bonne Terre location, miners