By Gary Smee
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|Surnames - Links||MISC. INFORMATION, COUNTY, Etc|
||Seneca region of MO|
|WADDELL, Alice Carrie||born in Savanah Mo.She was born around March of 1915.I am her grandson.I dont have any info on her parents or any siblings.She was married and had 3 children of her own, and lived in Kansas City, Kansas.|
|WADDLE, Mary Etta||Schuylar|
|WADE||David Hampton Wade was the son of Noah Wade of Tenn. He married Parmelia Malissa Moseley they lived in Wright Co. Mo. their daughter Nympha married James Courtney first and then John Rose.|
|WADE||counties: Texas, Phelps, Lincoln?,
towns: Craig, Springfield, Ozark Twp., Yukon, Houston, California
|WADE||Anna Wade, lived in LaMar Missouri (Barton County) Born January 6, 1868 (approx). Married James Riley Jackson|
||William Wallace Wade
Anna Wade Peril (b. 1880) or their relations.
|WADE, John W.||pharmacist living in Vernon County in 1870. Married to A. Wade, with three daughters.|
||He married my Grandmother Arlene Blansit and had a daughter in 1942 named Barbara. Taney County.|
|WADLOW||Greene, Reynolds, St Francis, Iron|
|WADLOW||in Reynolds , greene, Iron, and St. Francis county .|
|WADLOW, John Wesley||m Mary Arnold - Reynolds Co.|
|WAGENER, August F.||born on 1/04/1884 in Oklahoma and died in 9/1961 in St. Louis, Mo. Was married to Nellie Mae Irion and had 9 children|
||Isaac Runnels and Martha Wages lived in Greencastle, Sullivan County, Missouri. Isaac served with the Missouri Home Guard and they moved to Texas sometime after the civil war.|
|WAGGENER, Elijah Martin
||born Jun 28 1873 in Ewing,
Lewis, MO. His parents are William Willis Waggener and Elvira
Sarah Brinkley. Siblings are William James, Cynthia, Tillie,
Casandre, and Irvin.
|WAGGONNER||Home Page looking for relatives of Albert P, Hugh L, Clarence, Walter E and Louise (Ganzhorn) Waggonner. They were very active in Moolah Masonic Temple, especially Hugh, who was custodian for about 20 years at Moolah Lodge|
|WAGNER||Joseph Ira, Mary M. Short Wagner, Chester Albert Wagner, Florence Eleanor Kulp Wagner,Harvey L. Wagner, Naomi Fern Wagner Lacey, Ira Reynolds Wagner, all in Newton and Jasper Co.,Mo. Time frame: 1902 to Present. Children born in Pittsburg Kansas. Matriarch of family: Susanna Dentler Wagner b. 1828 d. 1918 bur. New Salem Cemetery, Newton Co. Joseph Ira, Mary M., Chester A., Florence,Naomi Fern, Ira R., all buried at Belfast Cemetery, Newton County, Mo.|
||Looking for Elmer Wagner b.9 Apr 1912 Franklin County, MO, Victor Solomon Wagner b. 4 May 1883 d. 25 Oct 1917 buried Anaconda Cemetery near St. Clair, MO married Pearl Benson b. 9 Jan 1888 d. Jul 1949, George Wagner married to Elizabeth ? Wagner family lived in Franklin, St. Charles, St. Louis and St. Clair counties.|
||St. Louis Co.
|WAGONEER||in and around Joplin circa 1920's|
|WAGONER, Thursy||Thursy Wagoner Hale B: 1824 lL
Married 1st ? Wagoner.
her Wagoner children were listed on the 1880 census of Texas Co. Mo.
Wagoner B: 1855 Mo--James D. Wagoner B: 1851 MO. A Hale daughter:
Mahaly Hale B: 1866 Mo.
Would appreciate any information on Wagoner & Hale.
|WAHLE||relatives from Hallenberg, Germany|
|WAIBEL, Abraham||born in Germany. He died in Bethel Missouri in 1896. He had 6 children. My grandfather Arthur McKinley Waibel was Abraham's grandson.|
||born in Platte County in 1882
& died in St. Joseph, Buchanan County.
|WAITUS||Cora Evans,lived in St Louis in the early 40/50's|
||also on Wake I am back to the
old country on both but have lots of blanks that we are trying to fill
in my grandfather was Jacob Messmer and his father was Jacob also and
both men were born in St. Louis Mo but the older Jacob father came from
Germany. Wake family I know that Thomas Galland Wake was born in or
near Hampshire England and that he married Sarrah Turrell who was born
in New Orleans., Louisana He had son Angelo Wake who had 5 boys and 2
girls and they lived in Mo. Alfonso who became sheriff in Rulo Ne and
died in the line of duty in 1900 than there was Albert , Thomas, Angelo
who is our link to the wakes, Sarrah, Anna, Arthur, and than htere were
3 half brothers Alfred, Charles, and William
|WAKE, Anna M.||Married to charles David Snipes 1903 Atchison County in 1903. d 1918 buried at Tarkio Mo. was living with H G Bergman and Anna M (her aunt and uncle) in 1900. Trying to find her parents and where they came from.|
|WALDEN, Congrave J.||b. 1857, probably in MO; d. 1939, Los Angeles Co, CA.|
|WALDEN, George Litrell||b. 28 Apr 1855, MO; d. 31 Dec 1931, San Diego Co, CA; m. Mary Jane Newsome of MO|
|WALDEN, John||b. abt 1812, KY; m. Lucinda Litrell/Littrell in Howard Co, MO on 25 Feb 1841.|
|WALDEN, John C.||b. 25 Dec 1850, MO (probably Carroll Co); d. 11 Dec 1930, Cedar Co, MO; m. "Mary C.".|
|WALDEN, Joseph A.||b. abt 1843|
|WALDEN, Martha A.||b. abt 1849, possibly Carroll Co.|
|WALDEN, Robert L.||b. abt 1845|
|WALDEN, Thomas||wife Lucy Hughes Walden of Rappahannock CO, VA, both deceased by 1848, named sons Aylette H. Walden, William M. Walden, and Carnot M. Walden as heirs and living in MO. I would like to contact descendant researchers who would be willing to exchange information.|
|WALDEN, Zachariah T.||b. abt 1847|
|WALKENSHAW, Benjamin Franklin||of Joplin. He was married to Mary Ethel Bigley Walkenshaw and was the father of Benjamin A. Walkenshaw, Ruth D. Walkenshaw Shuey, Arthur P. Walkenshaw, Tom F. Walkenshaw and Mary L. or T. Walkenshaw|
|WALKER||Lawrence & Dorothy Walker Pierce City, MO. Searching for ancestors, Lawrence was born in Talihina, OK. abt 1901. He was in the military, not certain which branch and was believed to have settled in Peirce City, MO. His brother was my grandfather.|
|WALKER||Looking for relatives of James Perryman Walker. He was my grandfather. I had found my Uncle Jim a year or so ago, but his email is no longer in service. I would love to hear from any relatives out there as well as fellow researchers!!!|
|WALKER||Descendants of Andrew R. Walker
Generation No. 1
1. ANDREW R.1 WALKER was born April 14, 1831, and died June
Children of ANDREW WALKER and SARAH SHELTON are:
2. JOHN CHARLES FREMONT2 WALKER (ANDREW R.1) was born November
Notes for JOHN CHARLES FREMONT WALKER:
Died at Graham Hospital in Keokuk,Iowa at the age of 85 yrs 1 mo and 12 dys.
Notes for AMANDA WADE:
Children of JOHN WALKER and AMANDA WADE are:
Notes for WALLACE HAVENOR:
3. WILLIAM A.2 WALKER (ANDREW R.1) was born November 27, 1860,
Children of WILLIAM WALKER and IDA MCCULLOUGH are:
4. ANDREW E.2 WALKER (ANDREW R.1) was born November 19, 1862,
Children of ANDREW WALKER and MARY DENNY are:
5. ABRAHAM L.2 WALKER (ANDREW R.1) was born November 19, 1866.
Notes for ABRAHAM L. WALKER:
Child of ABRAHAM WALKER and CLARA MCCULLOUGH is:
6. MINNIE BELLE2 WALKER (ANDREW R.1) was born March 21, 1869,
Notes for ELIAS STARR:
Children of MINNIE WALKER and ELIAS STARR are:
7. FRANCIS M.2 WALKER (ANDREW R.1) was born October 30, 1873,
Notes for FRANCIS M. WALKER:
Children of FRANCIS WALKER and ROSE SMITH are:
Generation No. 3
|WALKER||Ellis Albert Walker......born
Wife......Christine B Freeman.....Born....12\24\1907
Father......Barnnie Freeman.......Mother....Mary Brock
||from Kennett, Mo.
||He was born in Virginia,West
Virginia in Hardy county but moved to I belive Stanberry Mo. and might
have married in either state. His wife was Sarah Ann Groom. They had
several Children Lyman H Walker,Sarah C. Walker,Martin Perry Walker,
George W. WAlker,Emma B. Walker, and Ettie B. Walker who may have died
shortely after birth.
|WALKER, Alfred||b1819 d1879 in henry co.,mo. Spouse Mary luzena vanhoy b:1817 d1883 henry co. Ch. Alexander lucius john h. larinda william a.|
|WALKER, Andrew||born in Tenn. in the year 1817. He lived in Saline County.|
|WALKER, Bearl W||deceased Dec.1977 birth Aug.1903.Searching for county and city in Missouri [where he was living at the time of his death] Any survivors listed in obit.|
|WALKER, David||b. KY abt 1812 m. Elizabeth Thomas,1841,Dau. of Edmund Thomas|
|WALKER, Edward||Home Page Callaway|
|WALKER, Emma Jane||she was born in Joplin Missouri,and as a
baby given to a
to raise , her real mother so I heard was killed by her father .her
was Mary Elizabeth Roundtree and she was Indian maybe Cherolee. My
father was named Charles Russell Walker he was from Michigain.But lived
in Missouri until he died. They use to call him the Big Swed,I guess
he was from Sweden maybe that I don't know either.My mother had two
that were older then her I don't know what happen to them either maybe
they went back to the reservation. I don't know there names. My mother
had a half sister her name was Katie
Jane Walker.They had same father but differnt mother's.
|WALKER, Floyd Lehman||born 1898 in McFall; married Ruth Hazel Jenkins in Spencer, Iowa,15 July 1919; father - William. I am his granddaughter, we have no information on his parents or any siblings. He died in San Diego, Ca. 20 Aug 1942|
|WALKER, Fredrick Ted|
|WALKER, George Washington||[great grandfather]of tenn.,civil war .
with the north,one of
who went with north, the father, wife, daughter and
6 bros. to the south.[of wayne,co. i think] he was discharged in 1864 at fort lyons[?], lived and in mo.[ava, mo. in douglas county] died early 1900's. survived by wife & 5 childern.
|WALKER, James A.
||Searching for ancestors or
relatives of James Andrew Walker, b. 9 Nov 1857, Carroll Co, TN;
d. 6 May 1941, Bernie, Stoddard, MO.
James A Walker is my great-grandfather.
His father: John Walker, b. 11 Dec 1826 (TN), and mother: Sallie or Sarah Gibbons b. 8 Dec 1834.
married Mattie Shearer Walker 1885. Second marriage Meda McHaney, 1925.
||came to Howell County
Missouri with his brother,Isom Walker, shortly after the Civil
War. I am believingthey were sons of a James Walker from
North Carolina and Sarah, he dying from war contacted disease,
and she killed in Indian attack near Tenn. Mo. border enroute to
|WALKER, John Preston||He was supposed to have been a Judge in
was born dec.17,1820 and died
mar.3,1898..His wife was Mary Hogshead Brown,born sept 13,1823 and died nov.20,1908.They are both buried at Bethlehem,Macon County,MO.I would like to find the ancestors of John Preston Walker.I have some info on his descendants including those that went to Canada in late 1800's
|WALKER, John V.||b. Jan 1, 1889 Farmington, MO. m. to Madge. Lived on Jordan Ave. in St. Louis at the time of his death in 1955.Worked for the Railroad in East St. Louis. His stepchildren , Carl Lincoln Johnson, Margaret Giunta and Joseph Beckler.|
|WALKER, Joseph Cook
Married Emaline (AKA Minnie) Eberling, b. 1871 MO
Looking for Joseph's father born in Iowa.
|WALKER, Lizzy||born in England in 1852, came to the US
in 1863. She
Lafayette Washington Beeman Oct 10, 1868 in Jasper City, MO.
Looking for information about her parents and siblings.
|WALKER, Mary Ann|
||born January 11,1861 Marion
Indiana.Died in .11,Delta Missouri Jan.29,1943.He married May
11,sometime before 1882.He married Augusta Bornemann.She was born
Feb.11,1867 Whitewater,Mo.and died Oct.23,1941.His father was John
Walker born 1813 In Indiana.
||Greene County--Springfield and
Ask Grove. 1831--1907. Four times Mayor of Springfield. Wanted: info
|WALKER, William Albert||Adair, Macon|
|WALKER, William H.||born circa 1853 in Monroe County Arkansas. was listed living in Gideon Mo at the time of his brother Wesley's death in 1926. His wife was Elizabeth and on son was named Charlie. limited info.|
|WALKER, William Jackson||m- Jane Margaret Mills|
|WALKER, William R.||b. 1801 KY, m. 1826 to Lydia SANDERS. Moved to Marion Co., MO mid-1830s.|
|WALL, Adalide Fances||I know she was born in Mo. about 1886. Depends on who you asked in the family that the birth year changed. We celebrated her birth day on June 26.|
|WALL, Charles C.||b.1860 d.1933 , montgomery city|
|WALL, Charles C.
||b. 1860 d. 1933
Montgomery City, MO
Seeking information about Charles C. Wall's second marriage to Minnie Bell Bratton?
Married Martha Harris. Daughter Sarah Ann Walls born Mount Vernon ,
Missouri 1862. Sarah Ann Married William Henry Wiggins. They Lived in
Oklahoma. I do not know if Thomas & Martha had any other children.
|WALLACE||Crawford and St.Louis Counties|
|WALLACE (Wallis), Jacob||b. 1809 KY married Catherine Rice in Franklin Co and resided in Benton/Morgan Co MO|
|WALLACE, James Oliver
|WALLACE||Prussia/Germany/Gasconade/Pulaski/Saline Co areas in MO, late 1700-mid 1800 time-frame.|
|WALLEN||John "George" Wallen & wife Mary Mahan Wallen Researching Wallens from S.W. Virginia who went to MO. aprox 1900-1930 then returned to VA. This line also connects to MULLINS from VA.|
||THE WALLER FAMILY IN SEDALIA MO.
PRIOR TO TAVELLING TO TEXAS.WE KNOW THAT OUR GT.GT. GRANDFATHER DIED IN
THE 1870`s.ANOTHER NAME ISSAAC WALLER.
|WALLER, Berry M.||Born in March 1859 in Atkinson,
Missouri. Died December
possibly in Kansas City, MO. Married Medora Blanche Jacques
of New Orleans, Louisiana. They had five children:
Terrence Berry (08/19/1890-07/13/1945); Francis Philip (07.19/1892-05/13/1976); Elmer Augustine (07/06/1894 - 10/29/1967); Mildred Eleanor (07/05/1906-07/18/1965); and John Anthony (02/02/1909-06/09/1997).
||born 1865 in Dallas Co MO,
married John M. Southard in 1881, four daughters.
|WALLER, George Washington||Born 1831 in Ohio. Died 1873 place unknown. He was a Baptist Minister. He married Cynthia Kennard on 21 Dec 1856 in Buchanan CO, MO. They had seven children- the only one I've found is George Ann b. 29 July 1871 in Agency Ford, Buchanan CO, MO. I would like to correspond with anyone connected with his family.|
|WALLER, James Russell
||BORN 1832 .FOUND IN COLES CO.WHO
ARE HIS PARENTS
|WALLER, John C.||Was born in St. Joseph on March 6, 1886
& died in
Feb. 27, 1967.
Was married to Maude Kate Jones, & had 4 children; Beulah, William, George & John.
I am looking for family or any information that anyone could provide.
|WALLER, L. W.||daughter Addie Waller Smith was married in St. Louis October 8th, 1907.|
|WALLEY||from the dates of 1860 to 1900's and even up until day... Not sure yet..|
|WALLIS||Jacob L. Wallis (1860-1924) m. Margaret
in 1889. Descendants in Bollinger, Madison
Co's. associated names: Whitener, Yount, Knowles, Walker. James D. Drury Wallis (1863-1945) m. Lieuvera Edlaid Hawn (1865-1944) in 1887. Descendants in Bollinger, Madison Co's. associated names: Green, Daugherty, Johnson, Nienstedt
||Grandpa changed the spelling:
Wallison; brothers, sisters kept (Walasin). German or
Lithuanian descent. Believe could have originally changed from
(Volosin(?))I understand grandpa, William Joseph Wallison's father was
Martin Walasin (not to be confused with his son (Fr. Martin Walasin)
|WALLS||My grandmother, Adalide Francis Walls was born in Lebanon, Laclede County, MO in March 1883. Her parents were Wm. Henry Harrison Walls and Isadora Ann Morgan. Both were born in OK (indian territory). He used the name Henry H. Walls for legal purposes.|
|WALLS, Della||married Smith, Drew
Iron County and Ripley County, MO
moved to Crosby, White County, Arkansas for some time and then moved back.
|WALLS, Jane||Counties: MERCER, GRUNDY, SULLIVAN, DAVIESS, JASPER|
|WALLS, Thomas||Possibly Wall. Married Martha Harris. Daughter Sarah Ann Walls born Mount Vernon , Missouri 1862. Sarah Ann Married William Henry Wiggins. They Lived in Oklahoma. I do not know if Thomas & Martha had any other children.|
|WALPERSWILLER, Benedict (Sr.)||born May 1827 possibly in Switzerland,
died 1909 in Cape
Co., MO. He married an Amelunke as did his daughter, Maria
Web Page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~celticlady/default.htm
||Daniel W. and Francis M. sons of
Caswell C. and Amanda FRANCIS WALSER. Born between 1852 and 1855
in Cole County.
|WALSH||interested in descendants of Peter WALSH (1850-1920) and 'Nora' O'BRIEN (1846-1895) of Saint Louis|
|WALSH, Martin P.||b.1880, d.1923 - buried Jefferson Barracks m.1907 to Rose Loffredo b.1887, d.1976 - buried Resurrection Cemetery|
|WALTER (s) Charles||born Oct 6, 1827
married in TX 1852 to NANCY HENDERSON
born 25 Nov 1830
Charles parents were Charles Walter and Eva ROSE
|WALTER, Charles||born Johnson Co., Kansas; died before 1888 St. Louis ?; married Margaretha BEIDERLINDEN 1870 in St. Louis; only? child was Emma Louise WALTER born 1875 St. Louis|
|WALTERS, Albert Conrad
||Born 2 Sept 1844 Richterswil,
Johann Ulrich aka John Walther or Walters and mother Margaretha aka Margaret
Theiler. of Germany. Married 15 Apr 1870 Brighton, Polk, MO, to Mary Emily
Brown. Children: Anna Laura, William Alfred, Edmond Harris, James Albert,
Daisy Nettie, Josie Mable, Charles Conrad. Resided in Looney, Polk, MO;
Joplin, Jasper, MO; Anderson, MO; Pineville, Noel, MO.
|WALTERS, Viola||Looking for family of Viola Walters. Born
were Emerson, Neal, James, Clara and Marie. There may be
Parents were from Illinois per 1930 census.
Viola was born in Lebo, Kansas and married Ralph Wells of Oklahoma and had sons Ralph Jr (born 1905) and Claude A.(born 1908) both were born in Oklahoma.
Viola's second marriage was to James Leonard Rucker from Butler, Butler Cty, MO. Children born were Evelyn Ruth (10-19-1919), Goldwyn Slyvania and Alta Jean.
||I'm researching my Walton Line
from Callaway Co., MO.
I descend from Thompson Davis Walton born in KY later moved to MO. he married Salome Bellamy Walton, then later Sarah Darlux in Callaway Co. then married the 3rd time to Nancy Ann Hess. He had 5 children with Salome; William, Lucinda, John, Edward, & Caroline. All of them expect William moved to IN in the 1860's. William married Mary Wood in Callaway Co., MO. And Lucinda married William Bennett in Callaway Co., MO
Also Thompson's brother Willam Walton married Salome's sister, Polly Bellamy they were married in Callaway Co., MO. Would like to find someone who also descends from these lines.
||William & Mary Walton
arrived in St. Louis, Missouri 1808.
In a lengthy St. Louis Circuit Court Case "Peter, a man of color vs. James Walton" lists William Walton and his children during the proceedings. Partial paragraph from Case file of "Peter, a man of color vs. James Walton" To the honorable Wm. C. Carr, Judge of the Circuit Court of the County of St. Louis and state of Mipouri, June 1, 1829: Your petioner, Peter,
represents to your honor that he was born in North Carolina, the property of Wm. Walton; that the said William Walton immigrated from the said state of North Carolina to the state of Missouri about twenty-one years since, and
brought your petioner with him as his property.
(This would have us know that William arrived in St. Louis to live about 1808)
William & Mary settled a tract of land near what many decades later was to
become the city of Overland, Missouri. Evidence indicates the original
family holdings in the new land were in the vicinity of Joshua Massey's land
grant, extending beyond what is now Walton road on the east, Ashby road on
the west & Olive street road on the south. Various descendents of the
Walton's acquired numerous other tracts of property throughout the county,
but the original family manse probably was located near present day Woodson
road & Midland avenue, the heart of modern Overland.
William & Mary raised their children on an ever expanding farm. William's
estate was part of the 640 acres granted to Joshue Massey by the American
government of which William purchased. (Information provided by: Mr. Robert
1.. Meshack WALTON b: 1770 in Virginia
2.. William Russell WALTON b: 1777 in Virginia
3.. John Taylor WALTON b: 1778 in Virginia
4.. George WALTON b: 1779 in Virginia
5.. Jacob WALTON b: 1780 in Virginia
6.. Nancy WALTON b: July 16, 1781 in Rutherford County, North Carolina
7.. Henry J. WALTON b: October 10, 1884 in Franklin County, Virginia
8.. James B. WALTON b: December 29, 1787 in Augusta County, Virginia
9.. Rebecca WALTON b: 1788 in Franklin County, Virginia
10.. Elizabeth WALTON b: 1792 in Virginia
11.. Joseph WALTON b: 1794 in North Carolina
|WALTON, Belle||or Carrie Bell m. Hyde. had one daughter Georgia
that was (b 1917 d 1990)and was nick named Daisy georgia
Louis Calbreath ( st louis MO branch)
am told we are connected to teh chicago Ill brach of the waltons and st louis MO branch of the hydes
the way I am told was Carrie Died when georgia ( my grand mother ) was about 9 so that would put her death about 1926. There is supposedly a connection to george of declaration of indepence signing but this is only rumor at this point. does this sound familiar to any one?
|WALTON, Elizabeth||MARRIED ALLEN SULLIVAN IN ABT 1856 IN PULASKI CO MO. HER
SARAH ELIZABETH (my g-grandm)and GEORGE. ELIZABETH WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE
BEEN FULL CHEROKEE (NAMED BLUE FLOWER OR BLUEBIRD), BUT MAY HAVE LIVED
WITH THE OSAGE FOR A WHILE. SHE WAS FROM TN AND
DEPARTED TN WITH HER PARENTS JUST BEFORE THE TRAIL OF TEARS. I HAVE LOTS OF INFORMATION FROM COUSINS ON MY SULLIVANS, BUT NOT MUCH ON ELIZABETH. IF THERE ARE ANY FOLKS OUT THERE WHO MAY SEE A CONNECTION TO THIS ELIZABETH WALTON SULLIVAN I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU.
|WALTON, Elizabeth Isabelle||wed William P. Cole. Lived in Washington County.
was grand-daughter of Letha Mary Harrison nd John Walton also of
County,both died in town of Shirley. Letha and John Walton had 8
1George Walton wed
Elizabeth Mildred Cole
2Frank Walton wed Eva ? 3 John Walton
4Will W Walton 5Emma Walton wed
Simeon Eye 6Harriet (Hattie) Walton wed Edward Williams
7Sarah Cynthia Walton wed Albert Earnest Dobkins and moved to state of
Idaho They wed on April 7,1897. Albert was originally from Crawford
County,MO ? They had 4 children 8Anna
Walton wed "Blunt"
My Father,Jesse Lee Cole was born to Elizabeth I Walton and William
P Cole in May,1891 in Potosi,Missouri.He moved to Illinois in /around
1927.Last marriage to Lotta Belle Brooks.They adopted me in
March ,1942.I had been born a Waggoner in Coles Co.,Illinois.Was 4
years Old when adopted.Jesse (my Dad) died in March,1952.
I have my Father's death certificate.He was a telegrapher for the
railroad.He had served in WW1 and he was a wonderful, loving father.
Some of this (most of this) information came from the "Harrison" people
index.Some I located on the Missouri tombstone inscriptions.
|WALTZ, Frederick||He lived in Mercer County during the early 1800's|
|WAMHOFF||line in St. Louis.
* William Wamhoff (no dates or spouse known) was in the St. Louis Directory
1898 listed as a carpenter
* William Henry Wamhoff, son of William Wamhoff.
* Born in Sep. 1871
* Married Mary Francis Hollanden (spelling unsure) from TN in 1897
* Had 9 children: William Frank Wamhoff, Harry Francis, Ana Mariana,
Martha, Lawrence, Getrude, Edna Anna, George, and Sylvester
* Listed in several St. Louis Directories as a tailor
I would appreciate any info on the any of the above listed
|WAMMACK||from Seymour approx-1870's-1900 Charles Ruffin Wammack ,
Englehart- Kirksville, Seymour
Need more info- D.O.'s from both sides of family.
|WAN||Texas co about 1860 - 1920?.|
|WANGLER||Joseph and Mary Wangler (brother and sister), with their
Wangler and Theresia Steiger, natives of Baden) moved from Pittsburgh
Missouri in the 1850s. Mary and the old folks lived on a farm in
County. Joseph (who may have been the first of the family to move)
in St. Louis, where he married Mathilde Carpentier (native of Bad
In St. Louis, Mary married Gabriel Ferara, the butcher from Austria.
|WANN||Texas co about 1860 - 1920?.|
||Looking for information on William Ward and Melcina Wyatt|
|WARD, America Anne||b. DEC 1851 had twin brother William, they were children of James Ward. Gentry CO MO|
||and his wife Martha Cargile.
They had a son named Ninion. Thought to be in southern MO in
1850's - 60's.
|WARD, Daniel W.
||dob abt 1872 who married
in 1890 to.. my maternal greatgrandmother. We knew her as Etta but that
might have been a nick name. They had 5 children before he died
abt 1898 - 1899.
|WARD, Harry||married Emma Newingham in Poplar Bluff MO in the 1940's. They had 4 children: Billy Gene Ward, Polly Newingham, Harry Lee Ward, Pansy Ward all born in Poplar Bluff MO.|
|WARD, John||NE Missouri from Maryland|
& Lucy Rice Wood. Children were Charles R., William R., Matilda, Nancy R.<>Lucy Rice was first married to John Wood their children were Polly, Jack & Elizabeth (Twins)<>Charles R. Ward married Jane McCormack. Children were David McCormack, Nancy Crozier, Lucy Ann, Martha Elizabeth, John Milton, Charles William, James Robert, Margaret Jane, Elizabeth Jane, Mary Eugenia, Montezuma, George Wallace. <>Nancy R. Ward married 1st John Stewart. Children were John, Thomas and Woodward
Nancy R, Ward Stewart married 2nd Reuben Stewart. Children were Rice Ferdinand, James Thomas, Robert Henry, Emily A. Amanda Catherine, Etta M. and Charles.<>We look forward to sharing what we have and learning more. Our website is www.gedview.com/ward.
|WARD, Martin VanBuren||Harrison|
||Trying to find cemetery in which
Orange Ward is buried. Wife was Ann Ward. They
had a son George C Ward born 1827. I am great,great grandson
|WARD, Samuel J.||NE Missouri from Maryland|
|WARD, Vern Jesse
||born in July 1889 in
Princeton,MO. Was told his Parents were Frank and Julia(Byrd)Ward.
|WARD, William||Madison co 1850 and 1860|
|WARD, William||Lafayette Co|
|WARDEN, Abigal Childers||Listed with son, Wiley on 1860 MO census but does not show up in 1870. Want to find out when she died and where she is buried.|
|WARE||Looking for information on Frank and Mary Ellen Ware lived in McDonald County near Anderson in 1888. Also looking for any info on dau. of Frank and Mary Ellen: Verda Elizabeth Ware Keeth, b. 28 April 1888 in McDonald COunty. Married William Marion Keeth 5 Sept. 1906, in Stroud, Lincoln Co. Ok. William Marion is from Miller Co. Mo.|
|WARE, Elizabeth Drucilla||Elizabeth's father Edward Ware died in Louisiana, Pike County in 1877. Her mother Elizabeth Frances (Emerson) Ware is buried in Montgomery County, Missouri|
|WARE, Isom C.||Livingston|
|WARINNER, Francis W.||born in Wilson,Missouri 1/26/1893|
|WARMOTH, Lafayette Washington||born July 7, 1830,
Clariton County, Missouri
married Nancy Jane Clark December 23, 1849, Missouri
Died February 15, 1902, California
John Henry Warmoth b. Nov 1850, Missouri
Cynthia Ann Warmoth b. July 1853, Missouri
James Orvely Warmoth b. Dec 1854, Missouri
Sarah Frances Warmoth b. Nov 1856, Missouri
Elizabeth Missouri Warmoth b. Sept 1858, Missouri
Thomas Jefferson Warmoth b. March 1860, Missouri
Pheonelor Jane Warmoth b. Oct 1862, Missouri
Nancy Hester Warmoth b. Oct 1865, Oregon
Lafayette Washington Warmoth (II) b Oct 1867,
Mary Eliza Warmoth b. May 1869, Oregon
Lillie Warmoth b. Aug 1871, Oregon
Joseph Warmoth b. Sept 1873, Idaho
Isabell Warmoth b. May 1876, Idaho
|WARNE, Charles Gibbons||d. 04 Mar 1909 Festus, MO|
|WARNEKE, Henry||St. Louis|
|WARNER||Jacob Warner and Nancy buried in Oakland cemetery 11 July 1847- 1 mar 1924 Jacob|
|WARNER, Andrew J.
||Daviess County, abt. 1880-1910|
|WARNER, Sarah (Ice)
||Daviess County, abt. 1880-1910|
|WARNKE, John||Born 7/14/1840 married Mary Jane Doty about 1662. He died probably Kansas. At one time they resided in Grundy Co., Missouri. Looking for any information. His mother, Soffia.|
|WARREN||Dallas, Greene, Laclede|
|WARREN||Thomas & Sarah Jane
Sarah Jane Raynolds Fletcher (widow of John Fletcher) married Thomas B. Warren Dec 28 1865 in Lafayette MO.
|WARREN||Clinton, Daviess, Lafayette|
|WARREN, James Franklin
||b. NC d. 1921 Macon county
Mo. married Mary Frances Godsey...born 1857 Carroll County
Mo., died 3-17-1938 Gibbs Mo.
|WARREN, James Thomas||b. 5-28-1887 in Daviess|
|WARREN, Nancy||b: Abt. 1832 in Sullivan County, MO, m: John L. Oliver 4 April 1850, mother of John William Oliver b: 10 September 1852 d: 4 December 1940 m: Lizzie Fitzsimmons|
|WARREN, Rebecca||b 1868 m Edward Atchison 1886, Clinton County|
|WARREN, Susan L.A.||Born around 1860, married John P. Stovall.|
|WARREN, William Henry Sr||born January 12, 1812 in Woodford Co, Ky and died October 27,
in Haxtun, Phillips Co., CO.
He married Mary Elizabeth SHEDDRICK on May 04, 1842 not certain where. It is believed they were married in Clay Co., MO. They had 14 children:
1. Unknown, born Est. 1836-1863; died Est. 1842-1946.
2. Sarah Warren, born August 05, 1843 in Liberty, Clay CO, MO; died
November 19, 1927 in Cozad, Dawson Co., NE.
She married Richard Henry October 30, 1860 in Clay
County, MO; born May 03, 1839 in Buchanan Co., MO;
died July 01, 1915 in Cozad, Dawson Co, NE.
3. William Henry Warren, Jr., born January 06, 1845 in Liberty, Clay Co.,
MO; died April 08, 1939 in Grant City, Worth Co, MO.
He married Martha Ann Simmons December 04, 1870 in
Isadora, MO; born April 08, 1847 in Rochester, MO.; died March 01, 1932
in Grant City, MO.
4. John Thomas Warren, born October 10, 1847 in Liberty, Clay Co., MO;
died April 01, 1932 in Haxton, Phillips Co., CO.
He married Josephine Frances Hand May 14, 1902 in
Haxton, Phillips Co., CO.; born Abt. 1872 in Memphis, Shelby Co., TN;
died October 13, 1918 in Omaha, Douglas Co., NE.
5. Martha Jane Warren, born September 01, 1848 in Liberty, Clay CO, MO;
died March 11, 1920 in Harvard or Clay Center, NE.
She married Robert J. Wilson December 06, 1866 in Grant
City, Worth Co., MO; born September 16, 1843 in Springfield, IL;
died June 20, 1925 in Hastings, NE.
6. Mary Anna Warren, born September 01, 1848 in Liberty, Clay CO, MO;
died Unknown in Liberty, Clay Co., MO.
She married John Wood Unknown; born Unknown in Liberty,
Clay Co., MO; died Unknown.
7. Samuel Warren, born February 16, 1850 in Liberty, Clay CO, MO; died
Unknown in Haxtun, Phillips Co. CO.
8. Amos Warren, born December 30, 1852 in Liberty, Clay CO, MO; died
Unknown in Haxtun, Phillips Co. CO.
9. Robert Napoleon Warren, born December 01, 1854 in Liberty, Clay Co.,
MO; died March 22, 1941 in Haxtun, Phillips Co. CO.
He married Emma Alice Baldwin October 11, 1891 in
Haxtun, Phillips Co., CO; born August 05, 1877 in a covered wagon enroute
died September 13, 1965 in Haxtun, Phillips Co., CO.
10. Joseph Jay Warren, born September 01, 1856 in Liberty, Clay Co., MO.;
died February 21, 1942 in Pinedale, WY.
He married (1) Emeretta Dye August 24, 1879 in Grant City, MO;
born May 06, 1860 in Savana, Andrew Co., MO;
died June 30, 1916 in Green River, WY. He married (2)
RN Rachel K. Washburn Rosser Abt. 1917 in Green River, WY; born May 01, 1853
in Carbondale, PA; died August 30, 1936 in
11. Alexander Warren, born July 30, 1858 in Liberty, Clay Co., MO.; died
Unknown in Haxtun, Phillips Co. CO.
12. Lucy Blanche Warren, born December 25, 1861 in Liberty, Clay CO, MO;
died Unknown in Wallworth, NE.
She married (1) Riley Sargaent. She married (2) Riley
Sargeant June 11, 1880 in Worth Co., MO; born Unknown in Taylor Co., IA;
14. Absolom Warren, born August 03, 1863 in Grant City, Worth Co, MO; died
He married Nettie R. Bray May 28, 1889 in Haxtun,
Phillips Co., CO; born Unknown; died Unknown.
15. Rosella Warren, born March 24, 1865 in Grant City, Worth Co, MO; died
April 05, 1940 in Haxtun, Phillips Co. CO.
She married George Washington Freemyer Bef. 1893; born
July 31, 1860 in Maryetta, Gentry County, MO;
died March 16, 1926 in Haxtun, Phillips Co., CO.
|WARSON, James||served in the 9th Regiment of the Mo State Militia Cavalry in
I have info on his descendants:
William Thomas Warson
William Russell Warson
Junior Russell Warson & Viginia Joyce Warson Black
||Milton H. Wash [b.1819, Ky
d.1890 St. L, Mo] had a son John Milton [b. 1841in Ill.] m. Belle
Townsend & Matilda Webb. Don't know who was 1st or 2nd
wife. Had child Lee Sabilla maybe other children?? Lee is my
great-grandmother. Would love any information on John's family.
Happy to share information about Milton & wife.
|WASHAUSEN, August||Born Germany 1854. Died St Louis 1910|
|WASHBURN||Jefferson, St. Louis|
|WASHBURN||Unknown WASHBURN and wife, gave birth to my grandfather
Lee WASHBURN, Dec. 15, 1865, Carthage, MO. There were other children I
Next known location of family is in St. Louis, MO, where above Robert E. WASHBURN married a Mary Elizabeth (STILLMAN I think), born June 18, 1878, died 1863. Robert died about 1908. I have been unsuccessful in finding any info on Mary's origins and do not know her maiden name.
The couple lived at 5030 Claxton, St. Louis and after Robert's death, Mary continued to live there until her 1963 death. (I found her on 1920 and 1930 census rolls, in 1920 working as a department store clerk, and 1930 working as a box maker) Robert was a musician, music teacher and a composer who published his own music.) I have many of the lead plates and some of his music, composed mostly in the period 1900-1908. Whole family musical, had a family band. Mary sang. The couple are buried in Memorial Park Cemetery, Lucas-Hunt Road, St. Louis.
Children of the couple are:
John WASHBURN, born St. Louis, MO, about 1901-1903, died 1955, buried in Memorial Park Cem., Lucas-Hunt Rd., St. Louis, MO. Was living at home on the 1920 census. I think he later taught piano and married a woman named Ruth, also buried in same cemetery with the family.
Mary WASHBURN, born St. Louis, MO, about 1901-1903, died about 1928, buried in same above cemetery in St. Louis. Mary was on the 1920 census, working as a department store clerk. She died of cancer at about age 26.
The son, Robert (born 1897) lived in ARK, Louisville, KY, and from 1949, lived in Texas near the Dallas area in Lisbon (near Waxahachie) and in Garland. He and Audrey moved to Mt. Ida, ARK to retire in about 1964, where he died in Jan. 1967. Robert, who was a pianist and musician when young, worked all his life in the area of bookeeping and accounting.
Among some of the possessions retrieved after Mary WASHBURN's
is a book with the name, Mary E. CAVANAGH with a note that she rec'd
book from her grandfather--and inside was a news clipping from a
ARK paper announcing my mother's birth--Frances C. WASHBURN (WILLIAMS)
and stating that there were 5 generations in the baby's family--that
had a great-grandmother living in St. Louis.
A GENEALOGY.COM query posted by a J.FRANKE, a relative thru marriage I think, in 1998 had information on Robert and Mary WASHBURN and family burial in St. Louis, and asked for info about his music and compositions, but I discovered the posting late and have been unable to contact J. FRANKE.
||Children of Harrison Washburn
and Anna Edwards Washburn of Ursa IL
||in Franklin (Howard Co) Missouri
in 1820 where he ran a select school (He rented the property) &
Mrs. Ann E. Washington came to join him in 1825 where they both taught
school. This information was in the Missouri Intelligencer.
By 1828 the town of Franklin was flooded and they had to move.
Perhaps to Booneville (across the MIssouri River and in Cooper
Co). Their names are listed in a book by McDaniel (which Cooper
Co. listed on the internet but it doesn't say the name of the
book). So they must have moved to Booneville. They had a
son, Leonidas, born in 1828 in Missouri.
Do you know anything about this Washington family? They had another son, Charles Carroll Washington born in 1832 in Missouri. By 1835 they had moved to Mississippi where their son, George Washington, was born & eventually to Arkansas.
|WATERFIELD, Columbus||married Roberta Mathis|
|WATERS||In 1826, Joab Waters BURGEE (1806-1881)followed his grandfather and namesake Maj. Joab W. WATERS, Sr. (1764-1831), from MD to MO in the early 1800s (abt. 1804) and settled in "The Barrens" territory, Perry County, MO. Joab WATERS married Polly Ann Elizabeth CALDWELL, daughter of John & Rosanna CALDWELL of St. Marys, MO. BURGEE family members married into the BROWN, BURNS, CALDWELL, HOGARD, SANDERS, MOORE, PROST, MCKINZIE, and CISSEL families.|
|WATERS||John.H. and Mary Waters and there kids in Boone County.James Minor, Emily, Frances, Marshall, Alexander, David.H., Mary.E., Charles, Alina, Joseph, John Jackson Nancy and Samuel|
||I’m looking for the parents of Alexander WATERS, b. 1832 in PA. He, wife Martha ROGERS, and their four children are listed in the 1880 Census in Lone Oak Twp., Bates Co., MO.|
||Jane- Born December 1854 in MO. Her first marriage was to a Martin. Lebanon which is most likely but I have heard Crocker too. Her parents were born in KY and I have heard her mother maiden name was White.|
|WATERS, Albert E (Eliza)
||Born in Missouri moved to
Illinois. married Elizabeth Lang and Viola Leitch. Died around
1916-1920? had 3 children from 1st marriag and 2 from second marriage.
Any info would be greatly appreciated. He is my ggreatgrandfather.
|WATKINS||ELIZA JANE WATKINS (b. 1838 MO) daughter of LEMUEL WATKINS and ISABELLIA HICKS m. DAVID J. CODER (b. 1813 PA), Gentry County, MO|
|WATKINS||Stone Co MO, AR, TN, NC|
||They lived in Mercer Co. MO.
from the mid 1850s to the 1880s. John and Mahala McFarland Watkins
moved there from Whitley Co. KY along with their children. William C.,
D.F., Francis, George, Louisa Watkins Cravens, Mary Watkins Ockerman,
Joseph, James and John Arthur Watkins. John Sr., Mahala and D.F. are
buried in the Lineville Cem. as is Louisa and I believe Mary also. The
other children migrated to IA , KS and AZ.
|WATKINS, John Arthur
||his father name john Watkins and
his mother name Mahala McFarland .john Arthur Watkins died in hominy
Oklahoma.Phyllis Watkins mason
|WATKINS, Moses Peter
||born around 1835 in Tennessee,
relocated to Madison County in Missouri around 1877. Children
included William, Thomas, John, Sarah, Emeline, George, and Mary Jane.
|WATLING||St. Claire, Jackson|
|WATSON||George W. Watson listed in the 1880 Jasper County census with family. Came from Indiana/Kansas and on to Oklahoma after spending time in MO. Linked with the other family names of Heller, Wilcox, Tuggle, and Benson.|
Searching for information on 2 different branches of Watson's in Missouri and 1 that I cannot place here yet.
Branch 1- Fred Watson born Jan. 10,1890 in Webster Co. Mo. and died in 1968. He married Loretta Bell Scott. This is all I know about this family.
Branch 2- Albert G. Watson born 1805 in Hagerstown Maryland. He married Angeline McNamar born 1809. They had 11 children, Martin L. Charles A. Hiram S. Sarah Jane, Lawrence M, Benjamin Rubush, Nancy Ellen, Howard Scott, Wellington B. Marcellus Hayden and Charles A.
Angeline and the children were all born in Virginia except the youngest Charles A, who was born in Illinois. The family left Hardy Co. West Virginia, and was in Illinois by 1860. Charles A was born in 1867. By 1870 they were in Jasper County Missouri. I can't find most of the family after 1880.
Branch 3- This family includes such people as; Elkanah, George, Robert, John, Cyprian, 3 sisters Lucia, Elizabeth and Patience Marston who all married 2 Watson brothers and their nephew. This branch is mainly in the New England States, but I found this information in some old papers of my grandmother's and can't help but wonder where Albert G. Watson ( of branch 2) is in relationship to this family.
|WATSON, Amanda||born May 1834 (Missouri?) married Rash, William Preston in the late 1800's .|
|WATSON, James Columbus||St. Louis|
|WATSON, John||Perry, St. Francois|
|WATSON, Johon Thomas||He had 2 sons George Daniel Watson b. 3 30 1888. John Samuel Watson b 6 13 1884. they were suppose to have been around RAYMONDSVILLE IN TEXAS CO. JOHN THOMAS WIFE NAME ANNIE ALLEN.|
|WATSON, Joseph||Perry, St. Francois|
|WATSON, Martha J.||b.) KY about 1822-23, lived in Missouri with her husband, John Maginness, and 6 children. She seems to have disappeared after their last son, Geo. Wm. was born (all children born in MO) They went to Iowa in 1855 and were there for at least 1 year, but John was back in MO and remarried to Jane Ann Anderson and had their first child together (in MO) by 1859. I do not know if Martha died , or if she was divorced. John Maginness was a Lawyer in Iowa, and in that era, men kept the children if there was a divorce, and they wished to do so. I am trying to find out where in Ky she was from and where in MO she lived, and if anyone out there knows if she died or remarried? Are there any Watsons in Howell, Cass, Harrison co's?|
|WATSON, Mary Lula Wright|
|WATSON, Phelix Oscar
||died 5-22-1928 was married to
Iba Bell Elliott who died 10-5-1929 in the Maldin, New Madrid County
They had four children with one dying in infancy
||born Dec. 07 1882 in Marysville,
Dekalb, Missouri. His father was William senter Watson born 1845
in Monroe County, TN. His mother was Mary Kitts born 1849. James
was married to Minnie May Boren in 1903.
|WATT, George F.|
|WATTERS||My father, Charles Alfred Watters, my grandpa, Chester Edgar
and my great grandpa, Charles
Watters lived in Franklin County, Missouri. My great grandpa may have been from St. Louis but moved to Franklin County.
|WATTS, Elspeth Haines|
|WAUGH||Chariton, Cape Girardeau, Jasper, Macon, Monroe|
|WAWRZYNICK||Martin or Wassick was listed in St.Joseph,Mo city
both ways. His cousin came to his house around 1913 when he came
from Poland. I am trying trying to connect with anyone on the
line. His cousin was Ignatz Majewski.
Martin lived on 526 Kentucky street at the time.
|WAY||Putnam, Howland and Unionville|
|WAY||Andrew and Buchanan Counties Home Page|
|WAYKCOFF||thurman, Charles, Waveanell, Hattie Sue, Mary, Helen, Jean|
|WAYLANDS||Lewis, St. Louis|
||Specifically the ELIJAH WEASE
line, born 1802. Married Susannah or Susan Shoults.
|WEATHERS||or (Withers) James C & Matilda (Young) especilly Alford of Barry country|
|WEATHERWAX, William||1895-1946 moved to Oklahoma. Married Maude Hopkins and had 3 sons|
|WEAVER||St. Ferdinand Township|
|WEAVER||Resided in Henry Cty. Officer in Confederate army.|
|WEAVER||I have a list of other Weavers that are said to be buried in the Lowell Cemetery, Cherokee County; but, I have not been able to locate a list of the Cemetery or a plat, still searching.|
|WEAVER, William Miles||B. Abt. 1822, MO
M. Sarah E. Henton, 16 Feb 1845, Lewis Co., MO
D. Abt. 1889, Fresno Co., CA
|WEBB||Carter, Ripley, Crawford|
|WEBB||Dunklin County,MO., Kennett/Campbell area|
|WEBB||Researching webb;dunlop connection with Henry cleveland and wilson as children b 1886&1888|
|WEBB||I am researching any county in East and Central Missouri.|
||DNA # 27845 done by Family Tree.
(Merry Webb B. 1647 LINE)
F. P. Webb b. 1937 MO.
Raymond B. WEBB b. 1902 Carter Co. MO.d. Feb. 1966 Carter Co., MO.
Franklin P. Webb b. March 7, 1855 MO.( Baptist.)D. March 7,1855 Ripley Co., MO.
1st.Wife Married Dec.6,1877 Elizabeth C. Dorsy b. 1860 OH d. April 18,1891 Carter County MO.. Children :John William b 1878;Charles J. B.1880; James Henry b. 1882;Minnie Elizabeth b.1884;Lillie May b.1887;Susan Louisa b. 1889 All in Carter County, MO.
2nd.wife Married Feb.8, 1896 Louisa Elizabeth Murphy (born to John Murphy and Eliza A. Mc Kibben on April 15, 1865 MO.- d. 1949 Carter County, MO. Catholic ) Children: Benjamin Webb b. 1899;Raymond Bryan Webb b. 1902; Twin girls (still born) B. 1904;Joseph Webb b.1905; female WEBB(still born) . Abt 1908
John WEBB JR. B. 1820 TN. First Document in Ripley County MO. 1843 (First child born 1843 MO. Ripley County, MO..) Md a Susan WELLS (Last name oral History)
Children : Margert Louise b.1843 MO.(h. Sanford W. SMELSER);Elijah b. 1845 MO.(w.Tennessee Patterson);Nancy b. 1847 MO.(h.John Richmond); Elizabeth b. 1849 MO.(h1.Isaac Emmons-h2.George Smith);James M. B. 1852 MO.(w.Sarah M. LEE);Franklin P. Webb b. 1855 (Above); Isaac b. 1857 MO. (w. ); Lucinda b. 1858 d.aft 1860; Paralee S. (h.James Tolliver).
John WEBB Sr. B. 1795/8 Burke/Buncombe Co., North Carolina d. Bef. 1870 Carter County ,MO.
1st wife married Nov.22, 1816 Washington Co., TN.Nancy Clouse b. 1800 Washington Co., TN. D. Aft 1840 Marion Co., TN.
Children:John Webb Jr. B. 1820 TN.(Above); Rachel T. Webb b. 1825/7 Tn(h.Littleton Sims );Pleasant Webb b. 1837 (note 1840 Census Marion County TN...)
2nd. Wife married after 1841 Nancy Unknown b. 1816 TN. Last found 1870 Carter County MO census.Children:Lorinda Webb b.1843 TN. (h.Richard
Sanders);Tennessee P. Webb b 1845 TN.(h.William Owens);Orry/Ora/Arra Webb b. 1848 (h. Henry Glass).
Henry WEBB abt.1767/75 Pittsylvania Co., VA. (w. Unknown) 1812-1828 Deed's Marion County TN.(Deed's to sons ) Children: John Webb Sr. (above);Wiley Webb b. 1799 N.C. ;Littleberry Webb b. 1800 N.C. Died abt 1846 Green county ARK.;Jacob Webb b. 1804 N.C. ;Melcheradee (Mell) Webb b. 1806 N.C.last on census 1850 Ripley Co., MO. (w. Mary b. GA).
Merry Webb Jr./Sr. b. 1745/7 VA. (will states 1812 (2) sons in Marion Co., TN.) D. 1816 Washington Co., TN . Wife Elizabeth Davidson d. 1827 Washington County TN. Children: David WEBB b.aft 1760;William WEBB b 1760's; Henry Webb (above)Thomas Webb b.1765/70's;Elizabeth Webb d. Before 1816 ..note: fathers Will- (m ?Williams);Mary Webb d. Marion Co. TN.(h. Jacob Pyburn/Piburn son Hugh Pyburn 1850 Ripley Co., MO.); Winnie Sophia Webb b. 1791/4 VA.d. Aft 1840. (h. Nathan People/Peoples d. Bef. 1820 Carter Co., TN. Note 1830 census); Merry Webb Jr./Sr. B1779 Va. Death Blount Co., TN..
Merry Webb SR.b. 1705 VA. D. 1777 Henry Co., VA. Md. Elizabeth (Martin?) d. 1805 Henry Co.,VA. Children; Million Webb b. 1723 VA.;Lucy Webb b.1729 VA .;Mary Ann b. 1729 VA.;Elizabeth 1727? VA.;James 1735 VA;Martha Webb ( md Thos . Dillard);Martin Webb 1740 d. KY.;Merry Webb Jr/Sr. ( Above).
Merry Webb b. 1675 VA d. 1767 Pittsylvania Co., VA. Wife Ann (Hix?) chide: Female?; Judith Webb;William Webb b. Abt 1698 VA.; Thomas Webb abt.1700;Martin Webb abt.1701; Merry Webb Sr. 1705 VA.(above)
|WEBB, Anna||St. Louis City|
||b. TN d. IN
||b. IN d. MO
|WEBB, James C.
||b. IN d.
|WEBB, Mary Ann White Lee
||born in St. Louis, MO, married Oliver L. Lee on 4/5/1846 in St. Louis, MO and gave birth to George Washington (G.W.) Lee in St. Louis on 7/20/1850 or 11/20/1850. Mary Ann White Lee then married Nathaniel C. (N.C.) Webb on 12/9/1857 again in St. Louis. In 1866, the Webbs moved to Paducah, KY.|
||Married Joseph Mcferron mid
1870's, in Arkansas. Lived in Stoddard Co,Puxico, areas.
|WEBB, Theodore R.||DOB 1907, wife Zenith. Parents William and Mary|
|WEBB, William L.
b. Apr 1842 MO
d. Marion Co.,MO when ?
Who are his parents / sibs ?
married: Elizabeth Flick
15 Jun 1871 Clark Co.,MO.
Would like to contact living descendants.
|WEBBER, Charles James||Born February 11, 1887, married Susan Louisa Garbs September 29, 1925, died March 4, 1943. He met my grandmother Susan when he was working with a railroad crew or on a boat, at Berger, MO. He came from St. Louis. His family may have come from Yugoslavia. When his parents died, he was put in a home for boys run by Brothers in St. Louis. He had two sisters, one Clara and one Mary. We don't have any information on them at all. I have no other information regarding who his parents were. None of the information I have on him is concrete. He was married before. I have had no luck in tracing down anything on him.|
|WEBBER, John Wesley
||b. 1845 Anderson Co., TN
+ Susan Roberts Dennis b. 1849 Tennessee
s/o Casper & Percy Dykes Webber from North Carolina and Tennessee
Lived in Dent County, MO abt. 1851 until death 1898
Would like information on their ten children and grandchildren
|WEBER||Ste. Genevieve Co|
||BORN 1870 MARRIED TO KATHERINE
|WEBER, Karl (Charles)||born 28.April 1846 in Irlich, Germany, 1888 to St.Louis|
|WEBER, William Frank
||born may 14, 1889 near milton,
mo died 1975 in richmond mo
||1881 - 1938 His Wife
Sarah Jane (McGuire) Webster 1891 - 1931
Daughter of Ace & Sarah - Crystal Webster 1924 - 1996
|WEBSTER, Edward F.||Shelby|
|WEDDELL, Shelby Marion||born 1856 in Indiana, married Laura Brown of Columbus, Ks and had daughter Madge Weddell Plank of Ferguson, Mo.|
|WEDEPOHL, August C.||Sr. and Jr.|
|WEDEPOHL, Robert Joseph||son of August C. Wedepohl, Jr. He had 3 or 4 brothers, all died young|
||William P. WEDGE and wife
Annis. Lived Harrison County Missouri in 1870. He was a
Minister. Children were Ezra Bates Wedge who died in Civil War in
Laporte County Indiana, and a daughter Rosella Elizabeth Wedge who
married Jesse Carter.
William P. Wedge and family are in Ashtabula County Ohio in 1850.
I have much data on WEDGE lines, including the book "A Wedge of the Wedges" by Paul J. Ostendorph.
||and his wife, Anna WEED.
Anna's maiden last name is unknown. Benjamin was born in
Iowa (31 Jul 1865) and died (12
December 1945) in Springfield, Green County, Missouri. Anna was born (2 September 1867) in Illinois and also died in Springfield (10 April 1938).
|WEEKLY||Mary Alberta Weekly came to Missouri from Virginia with her parents, date unk. Married Wilbur Saunder(s) April 21, 1867. They had three children in Shelby Co before moving to NE. Died after 1871. Possibly had a brother, Warren.|
|SURNAME||INFORMATION, COUNTY, ETC.|
|WEGER||wigger is already on there. the family name was weger, until a man by the name of william weger changed it to wigger. they were mostly located in washington county, mo.|
|WEHMEYER||Henry, Cass, Johnson|
|WEHMUELLER||Gasconade, Franklin, Osage - from founding of Hermann to present|
|WEHRUM, Katrina||Katherine or Catherine - married Erhardt August Karner|
|WEIGEL, Joseph||St. Louis|
||Osage County,. Ramsey, Richard, Isabella, and Mildred Jane|
|WEIL, John Perry||son of Jack Weil and Mable Weil. Born in Shelbina, MO 3/4/14. Still living at age 86 in Glendora, California. Grandson of Benjamin Dobyns.|
|WEINER||Pilot Knob, Missouri County not known|
|WEINER, Theresa||Pilot Knob, Missouri County not known|
|WEINRICH||My family is from Perry County in Southeast Missouri.|
||My great-grandfather Conrad
Weinrich came to New Melle which is in St. Charles County from
Alten-Buseck, Hessen, Germany in 1837. He had two wives.
His first wife was Anna Catherine Schierbaum nee Nadler. They
produced four children. His second wife was Catherine Elise
Nadler. They had seven children. One of these, Frank William
Weinrich is my grandfather.
I don't believe they are related to the family in Perry County or in Chester, IL. If you know otherwise, please respond.
|WEISER||specifiaclly Peter who died in ST. Louis in 1865|
||(WEISHAR): Researching Charles
Weishaar born in 1854 in Iowa. He was married to Magdalene Miller. They
lived in Edina, MO after moving from Iowa.
|WEISMANTEL, Valentine||born 1829 Hessen Darmstadt; died 1892 St. Louis; married Carolina STRAUSS 1851 in IL. Carolina was born 1828 and died 1896 Belleville, IL. Known children: Jacob (1854-1921); Manda (ca. 1854-1881); Wm. Daniel (1858-1889); Gertude (1864-after 1946) married Edward Rothweiler 1885; Louis (1866-1937) married Amanda SCHNITTKER 1888; Valentine (1870-1946) married Katie BEHR 1895. I have information to share with descendants.|
|WEISNER, Kessiah||or WISNER was born in 1853 in Caldwell
County KY. Her
moved to Spring Creek Dent County MO. They are listed on the 1870
Dent Mo census. The film was old and the transcriber said she had
trouble reading it. Their name was WEISNER or WISNER. It is
tanscribed as Werner. Kessiah WEISNER married AARON V DAVIS aka
B DAVIS in the Hawkins Bank School House in 1876 Dent County MO.
CENSUS YR: 1870 STATE: Missouri COUNTY: Dent DIVISION: Spring
REEL NO: M593-774 PAGE NO: 599B
|WEISSENBACH||Gasconade, Franklin, Osage - from founding of Hermann to present|
|WELCH||I need some help in researching my
fathers side of the
what I know:
My Great Grandfather was David Welch, born in Kentucky, 1885. He married Edna, who was born in Nebraska, 1890. I suspect the year of birth is probably transposed. David and Edna had 5 boys, Arthur, George, James, Loyd (Brownie), and I believe Glenn, all born in the early 1900's, Loyd being born October 27,1913. Arthur had no children, George has 1 child, a boy, whom I'm currently working on, I don't believe there was any contact between the two. George was a POW in WW2. James had two children, Jimmy jr., and Treva. Loyd married Reatha Evelyn Green, who was born May 26, 1916, in Gramby, Mo. They married November 27,1936, in Richmond, California. Loyd and Reatha had 4 son's, Wayne, born September 26, 1937 in Richmond Calif. Wayne had two son's, Ronnie and Jerry. David was born August 30, 1938, in Richmond, Calif. David had 2 children, Bessie, and David jr. George was born October 23, 1943, in Carterville, Mo. He had 5 children, Tim,Susan,Michele,Marsha,and Michael. Cecil was born October 25, 1951, in Neck City, Mo. and has no children of his own. Two of the 4 children of Loyd and Reatha passed away, David W. Welch passed away October 5, 1991. George M. Welch passed away August 10, 1996. Both of Cancer. Reatha Welch passed away January 28, 1966, and Loyd passed away October 24, 1992. Both of cancer as well. All of the above where laid to rest in Friends Cemetary, Purcell, Mo.
|WELCH||Other surnames: BRAKE,WILSON,DAVIS
Looing for the above surnames or related family.
Particularly looking for children or the 2nd. marriage of Jesse Brake to Melvina E. Wilson 1 Apr 1866 Laclede Co.
|WELCH, Hugh E.
I am trying to find the names of his parents and the maiden name of his wife Emma(b/abt/1897,Missouri). They married abt.1914 and had 4 children while living in Missouri; Beatrice b.abt.1915, Leonard b.abt.1917, Kathaleen b.abt.1923, and Harlan
b. abt. 1925.
|WELCH, Benjiman Franklin
He was born abt 1838 in In. (I think). He died in Ozark, Mo. I think he was married twice. I can't seem to find who or when he was married. I think his father was Isham Welch.
|WELCH, Hugh E.
||born 1892. He was married to
Emma ??. They had the following children: Beatrice 1914-1915, Leonard
1916-1917, Kathaleen 1922-1923, Harlan 1924-1925. I believe that
Hugh died in 1972 in Farmington, Mo. Possibly his parents were Joseph
and Emmly(?)Jane. I am looking for Emma's last name, when they
married and divorced, the dates of the childrens marriages etc.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
||was born abt 1808 in
Pennsylvania married to Ann last name unknown.
jacob henry welsh married Margaret thompson 26 sept 1850 he was a marble cutter they had four children and settled in rolla mo.
john cyrus married luticia caroline miller 18 july 1875 in St. James Mo. (john was my great grandfather would love to find the rest of the family.
emma J. Welsh where their children all born between 1820 and 1843
|WELCH, Peter||born in Kentucky, but who married Philadelphia Creek in Jackson Co., MO in 1833 and who later lived in Cass Co. and Bates Co. and Vernon Co. before moving to Kansas about 1960|
|WELCH, Peter||does anyone know the father of peter welch who married philidephia creek in jackson co. mo in 1833?|
|WELDON||St. Charles Co.|
|WELDON, Abraham B.||B. Abt. 1763, VA
M. Margaret Wilkins, 3-1788, Princess Anne Co., VA
D. 12-1838, Boone Co., MO
|WELDON, Abraham Brewer||B. 13 Dec 1810, Winchester, Clark Co.,
D. 18 Dec 1898, Brown Station, Boone Co., KY
M. (1) Eliza Ann Turner, 20 Jun 1833
.....(2) Mary Carpenter, 15 Jul 1838
.....(3) Sallie Turner,
.....(4) Louisa Maria Robinson, 25 Nov 1890
|WELDON, Abraham James||B. 12 Jun 1839, Brown Station,
Boone Co., MO
Civil War Participant: Clark's Infantry, C.S.A. and Shelby's Cavalry,
M. Martha Lavinia Lindsay, daughter of Elisha Jackson Lindsay and Catherine
Tipton, 18 Nov 1868 in Denton Co., TX
D. 17 May 1918, Clovis, Fresno Co., CA
|WELHOELTER, Agnes Geers||Buried in Sunset Cemetary, STL|
|WELKER||Bollinger, Madison Co's... associated names, Wallis, Shrum, Hawn, Yount|
|WELKET, William||HE was married to a Susie Stokes and they
had a girl
after her father.He was a judge and lived somewhere
|WELLAND||Does anyone know of a Henry Welland?|
|WELLS, Charles W.||b. Sept. 4, 1830, Berkeley
Co., VA; m. Sarah A. GREGG, b. June 22, 1834, Connorsville, IN, d. May
7, 1911, Chester, Randolph Co., IL. Shown on the 1860 MO, Dunklin Co.,
Union District census.
|WELLS, Edwin Finley||aka Edward Finley WELLS: Son of
Charles W. & Sarah WELLS, b.
March 1858,Cass Co., IL; d. abt 1918; m. Minnie GOUGE; Edwin was a
teacher and carpenter. The family lived in St. Louis and other MO
|WELLS, Frank||b. 1887, IL; family migrated to MO around 1891; parents were Edwin Finley and Minnie Mae (GOUGE) WELLS.|
|WELLS, Henry Arville
||Arrived in Missouri (Kansas
City) 1860 to 1896
(?). He supposedly in the stockyard buisness (not sure). He was born in
Tennessee (Maryville, Blount County). He married Vashnettie Bruton in
Tennessee. He is the son of James Bedwell Wells and Clarissa Catlett
Wells. If anyone has any information to this Wells, I would
appreciate your information. This individual is a brother to my wife's
great - great grandfather.
|WELLS, Ivy||b. ca 1885 MO, d. Jan 1911, Morse,
Okfuskee Co., OK.
married Jim BROWN, and had Stella Mae Brown, b. 8 Oct 1900, Burnett,
Co., OK and Cora Lee Brown, b. 29 Jan 1904, Okfuskee Co., OK. I
like to know where she was born and who her mother was.
Her father's name was Robert C. WELLS, b. 4 Mar 1859, AR, d. 29 Dec 1944, Greenfield, Dade Co., MO., not sure who their mother (possibly Elisha Ann CHRISTIAN, or Ida SHERIDAN). Robert C. was also married to a Mrs. Mariah NEIGHBORS.
Ivy had the following siblings:
|WELLS, James M.||married to Sarah Catherine Owens. They had a daughter Mailinda Jane born 1858 married to George Gibson in 1880.|
|WELLS, James William||born in Eldon, Missouri Oct. 2, 18?? married Eliza Jane Boan. She was born in Eldon, Missouri on 9/26/1876. They had atleast one daughter Josphine P. Wells born 7/14/1906. Josphine married William Samuel Marriott/Merriott. He was born in Gravois Mills, Missouri 12/30/1894. I'm looking for any info on the Wells family.|
||b. about 1825, married Elizabeth
(Purcell) - they had 4 children: 1) William Tiance Wells, b
1858; 2) John Siegal Wells (my grandfather), b 1862;
3) Elizabeth (Wells) Ramsey, b 1865; 4) Francis Marion Wells, b
1869. John Clayton Wells homesteaded land on the upper Current
River, Shannon County, Jackson Township, near Pultite Spring. The
first US Census record I can find of him is at that location in 1860,
being married with wife, Elizabeth, and 2 yr old son, William.
His wife (my great grandmother), Elizabeth (Purcell) Wells is listed in
the area in the 1850 US Census as the eldest child of Thomas
Minnie Mae (Gouge)
||b. Aug. 16, 1868, Troy, Miami
Co., OH; d. Jan.
1, 1933, Hayti, Pemiscot Co., MO. Minnie is buried at White Cemetery,
Pemiscot Co., MO.
|WELLS, Ralph||Looking for a Ralph Wells from
Oklahoma that married
(from Lebo, Kansas) and had two boys named Ralph, Jr and Claude
I know that Ralph Jr was born around 1905 and Claude around 1908 and they were born in Oklahoma
Family lived in Kansas City, Jackson Cty, MO. May have also lived in Kansas
||b. Jan. 23, 1891, Chester, IL;
24, 1926, Hayti, Pemiscot Co., MO. Robert is buried at White Cemetery,
Pemiscot Co., MO. Fourth child of Edwin and Minnie WELLS.
|WELLS, Rosie||married to dan Simpson one son born to this marriage, she had a daughter when she married dan thelma Cleo used simpson as her surname. Leo was born oct 04 1914 thelma cleo born Apr 5 1912. Thery lived in southeast Missouri around canalou and charter oak both died in Butler county missouri dont know where rosie was born or died|
|WELLS, Susan||Barton/Jasper, and Buchanan Co.; married 1855|
|WELSCH||Anna Rudolph née Welsch (Mrs. Philip Rudolph) who emigrated from Walddorf, Kreis Tübingen, Württemberg, to St. Louis around 1870|
|WELSCH||Lester, James Edward,Goldie........ St.Louis,Mo, and Jackson Co., Missouri|
|WELSH, John||St. Louis, 1860-1870|
|WENDT, Edward Adolph||born 1862, Evansville, Ind. married Elizabeth Belle LARUE. Edward son of Frederick and Henrietta (PAULY) WENDT. Edward and Elizabeth died in St. Louis, Missouri.|
|WERNECHE, D. H.||I believe that the H was for Herman. His daughter Lizzette G. was born in St. Louis in 1848 and married Benjiman F. Branstetter in Middletown 20 Dec. 1866, that was in Montgomery Co|
||St. Charles county and St.
Charles city, 1843 to 1930
|WESSENDORF, William||b. ca 1898; died ca 1965. Wessendorf visited his sister, Mrs. E.A. Wilson in Shickley, NE. in late 1914. I am trying to identify him. I have found Wessendorf's buried in the Warrenton, MO Cemetery. But I have not positively identified the William Wessendorf buried their as the Wessendorf I for whom I am looking.|
|WEST||Franklin, Boone, Livingston, Dekalb|
|WEST||Homer West (my grandfather) father to my
Leo West (b.1933) Homer West married my grandmother Bertha Asplin in St. Louis in approx. 1932 and divorced a few years later.
||William B. and Ellen Maria
Gordon West family of Henry and Johnson Counties.
|WEST, Anna May||Schuyler|
|WEST, Archibal Jesse||He was born in St. Joseph , Missour in 1872. Thats about all we know about him, his father was also Archibald West and his mother was Ellenor Baker.|
|WEST, Curtis Green
||born November 28, 1818 in
Greenville District, South Carolina, son of Benjamin West, Jr. &
Jane Prince (Jackson) West. He died November 24, 1900, in Glenwood,
Schuyler County, Missouri, at the home ofhis son, Alexander West. He is
buried at Bethel Cemetery south of Glenwood, Schuyler County, Missouri.
Curtis Married #1 Elizabeth Collins. After the death of Elizabeth,
Curtis married #2 Melvina Collins (Elizabeth's cousin)in July 1848, in
Bradley County, Tennessee. Curtis and Melvina moved to Missouri in
early 1852. They settled near Low Ground, Missouri. Curtis had one son,
by Elizabeth and 10 more children by Melvina.
|WEST, Hardin||b. June 4, 1809 in Pendelton Dist. SC, son of Abner West & Sarah Laffoon West. Married Katherine Williams in KY; died March 10, 1881 in Grapevine, Tarrant Co., TX. Hardin lived most of his life in Missouri. 8 children were born in Miller Co., MO and 2 children were born in Osage Co, MO|
|WEST, James A.||Howell|
|WEST, John M.||b ca 1818-1820 in Madison Co, KY.
Moved to Clay or
MO between 1850 & 1960. Married Mary (Polly) Grooms 1839 in Madison Co, KY.
Other Wests lived in Buchanan Co, Clinton Co, Franklin Co, MO. My West line begins with Jonathan West in Madison Co, KY-Mary-John-James-George-Ellis-Eileen
|WEST, Mark||b. Jan 11, 1839 in Miller Co., MO, Son of Hardin West & Katherine Williams West. Married Lucy Holmes-Dodd on July 25, 186 in Osage Co., MO; d. November 29, 1912 in Brinktown Maries Co., MO|
|WEST, Mary Bell||born in Humphreys, MO. April 29,1921.|
|WEST, Richard||B-1810 KY lived in Andrew Co, MO & his son George WEST.|
||Richards father was an
English trapper who married an Indian woman.NFD Richard was
half white and half indian. He married my Great Great Great Grandmother
Sarah Ann Chamberlain in Whiteside County Illinois on July 4,
1847. Their daughter was my G. G. Grandmother named Francis
Ann West who married my G.G.Grandfather Adolphus F. Bollhofner. GG
Granmother. Francis was referred to in late life as the old
indian woman by the Bolhofner women who married into the family,
Iam looking for more information on Richard West who lived for a time
in Indian Territory Oklahoma with his daughter Francis until she
married my G.G. Grandfather Adolph. Richard woked in St.Louis as
a doorman at the Planters Hotel and as a waiter at Tony Fausts
Restaurant and Oyster House once located at Broadway and Elm Street in
|WEST, Samuel H.||Christian|
|WEST, William (Senior)||passed away without a will. The 28 Sept.
1885 Letter of
shows Sarah West Gibson living in Greenwood County, Kansas.
Her sister, Martha June West Stein (Mrs.Hugh M. Stein)living in Butler
Co. Kansas, her brothers William Ervin West, Andrew Jackson West,
Valentine West, George Washington West, and John Adams West &
Milly & Mariah West living in Webster Co., MO
Wm West (Senior) married Mary Cunningham Jan. 8, 1857 in Webster Co., MO
||married Clarsy Dailey on 17 Feb
1889, Atchison County, MO. State of Missouri Marriage License
#6/60. Clarrisa "Clarsy" Daily was born 6 Jan 1868, Atchison
|WESTERKAMM, Thomas George||Born 1899 in St. Louis. Father Thomas mother Anna|
|WESTFALL||My ancestor Paul DEGARMO was married to Catherine WESTFALL and lived in Randolph County, Missouri for several years|
|| immigrated from Germany in
1892 to Howard County Missouri
|WESTLAKE, Charles G.||came from England. Married Eliza Jane Ostrander 22 January 1845 Brooklyn, NY. Settled in St.Louis.|
|WESTMORELAND, Franklin Jasper||Jackson co., Sibley, Mo.|
|WESTMORLAND, John Buford||Jackson co., Sibley, Mo.|
||James (Jim Dad) Weston
Barry Co, and other Counties around Barry Co.
JAMES (Jim Dad) WESTON LED A WAGON TRAIN TO BARRY CO.,MO. IN 1851 FROM LEE & SCOTT COUNTIES, VA.; HAWKINS & HANCOCK COUNTIES,TN.
James and his wife, Elizabeth Babb, led a wagon train of eleven wagons, one hack, and two wheeled carts to south Barry County, MO, where they settled. This consisted of four related families from Hawkins and Hancock Counties of Tennessee and Lee and Scott Counties of Virginia. James' family settled where Seligman, MO, was developed some thirty years later. He set up a blacksmith shop and made wagons with the help of his sons."
In 1861, the Civil War broke out, and James' four oldest sons enlisted in Company B, 11th Missouri Infantry (Confederate): William, James, Simon and Harvey. Simon was soon discharged due to deafness caused by canon fire. James and Harvey surrendered to Union forces at New Orleans in 1865, but were paroled a month later at the end of the War. William never came home: he was killed in 1863 near Helena, Arkansas.
|WESTON, Cary J.
||born 1874 in Michigan died
Jan.11,1951 and wife Mary E. born 1877 in Ohio died May 26,1958 both
died in Oklahoma buried in the GAR cemetery at Miami Oklahoma. Also
Cary's second wife might of been Ollie Bertha Morgan . Cary J. and Mary
E. childern were Rosa M. ,Francis E. Isaac R, Jay L. Mary E. Byron also
known as Buck
|WETHERELL, Lillie Mae||bn 23 SEP.1856 IN VERMONT. d JAN 25 1885
BURIED IN HOPEWELL CEMETERY, WASHING COUNTY MO. MARRIED TO THOMAS JEFFERSON SMITH ON OCT.23 1876. HAD 3 DAUGHTERS INEZ,ELLIS AND OLIVE MAE.
|WHALEY, William||b. 1750-1760 VA Lived in Warren Co,KY 1799, moved to Washington co,MO .d.1832 Washington co,MO. m. Nancy PULLIAM (PULHAM) 1787 Culpeper,VA. I have lists of children and more!|
|WHEELER||family who lived in Texas, and Webster county's. David and Winnie (Guice) Cantrell settled in Texas county and a son Edward lived in Marshfield and Springfield before his death in the 50's. Any relation.|
|WHEELER||Allen Wheeler came to Dallas Co., MO from Knox Co., Tn shortly after 1850. His son, James P. Wheeler, later moved to Oregon Co, MO where many descendants have and still live. James P. Wheeler was my gg-grandfather.|
|WHEELER, David Newton|
|WHEELER, Edward M.||Cass 1819-|
|WHEELER, John S.||Cass 1817-1882|
|WHEELER, Kermett Franklin|
|WHEELER, Samuel||came to Harrison Co., MO (from VA and
then IN) in 1855 with
Catherine IRONS, and children. Samuel WHEELER settled in Bethany,
Harrison Co., MO, and there d. 17 October 1878, buried Green
|WHEELER, Stacey (Black)||Cass 1813-after 1880|
|WHEELING, William||The only information that I do have for him is his birth date Aug. 23, 1865 and his death date Feb. 6, 1917. So far I have not been able to locate a death certificate for him in the state of Missouri. He lived in Butler County while married to my great grandmother Cora May DARE, (I don't know if he lived there beforehand), they were married in 1892 or 1894 in Missouri. On the last census available while he was still living (1910), he stated that his father was from England and his mother was from Ireland and that he was born in Missouri. He and my great grandmother are buried at Three Spring Cemetery in Butler County.|
|WHELAN, Catherine||St. Louis|
|| son of Nathan and brother
to Joseph, moved from Luzerne Co., PA in the late 1870s, along with
Jacob & Fannie Hardenstine. He later sent for his wife and
children. His wife was Caroline SANTEE, of Luzerne Co., PA. After
several of their babies died within a year or two in Wilkes-Barre, they
moved to MO to start a new life. I'm interested in finding anyone who
is related to this family.
This article was published in the Wilkes-Barre record in March of 1891.
DEATHS WHIPPLE, - in St. Joseph, Mo., Feb 27 1891, James William WHIPPLE, formerly of Wilkes-Barre, aged 64 years. Mentioned elsewhere.
(on same page)
Died In The West. George Pilkington, of Atchison, Kan., informs the Record of the death at St. Joseph, Mo.,of James William Whipple, an old resident of Wilkes-Barre. Deceased, for many years, worked for HC Frey and William Dickover in Wilkes-Barre. For several years he made his home in Parsons previous to moving to St. Joseph, Mo., in 1878. A St. Joseph paper says: "James W. Whipple was born in Newport, Pa. on the 29th day of May, 1827, and was a bricklayer and miller by trade. He was a competant and skilled mechanic in both branches, and at one time in his younger days operated one of the largest flour mills in Pennsylvania. He was married in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Dec 2, 1852, to Miss Caroline Santee of that city. Their married life was a long and happy one, the fruits of which were six children, three boys and three girls: William D. Whipple, now in Dallas, Texas; Walter S. Whipple, well known in this city, he being in the mantle and tile business for many years; Robert J. Whipple, well known in railroad circles, having a run as engineer on the old "Wabash" route; Mrs. George Phillips of this city, and Misses Lizzie C. and Lena M., unmarried and living with their mother.
Transcribed by Patty Matthews, from the Wilkes-Barre Record newspaper of March 1891
|WHITAKER, Elizabeth||b abt 1816, I would like to know who she married.Whitaker I believe is her married name.She was born in IL but had her first child in Mo ,1843 Alex'r second child born Mo. Eliza C. I believe Eliza to be a girl b abt 1846.|
|WHITE||Carroll or Ray counties, mid late 1800's|
|WHITE||Christian Co Saloma White Cotton, Safrony White Cotton 1870 MO census|
|WHITE||Family connections in Washington, St. Francois, and other Missouri Counties. These White's came from Kentucky.|
|WHITE||Specifically the family and connections from the town of St.James in Washington county|
|WHITE||Looking for David White born in Ohio, married a Sarah Elizabeth George in Christian Co., Illinois. They lived in Mt. Pleasant Township, Bates Co. and Sarah died in 1933 and is buried at Double Branch Cemetery.|
|WHITE||James White m. Marilda Gullion 1847, MO; John White m. Matilda Gullion 1845-1850, MO. Looking for descendants.|
||Looking for a lady with the last name of White who married a Waters. Both were born in KY and later moved to MO. They had a daughter named Jane Waters who married a Martin.|
||Other (first) names: Edward
Leo-born Oct.,4,1940(my dad), Wilbur, and Deloris(nee; Hundelt(my
paternal grandparents) Michelle, Mary, Judy, Juanita, Dave, Doug, Jim
(my aunts and Uncles), Jennifer(me), Michael, Michele, Lisa, Shaun(my
brothers and sisters)
||born in Missouri, possibly
Joplin, March 4, 1888. He came to Texas around 1900.
|WHITE, Crenshaw||Linn, Chariton|
|WHITE, Ellen Ann
||born 10-Sep-1870 in
Missouri. I am looking for the names of her parents. She
married John Francis Jackson in Texas on 13-Sep-1888. She died on
9-Nov-1946 in Lamar County, Texas
|WHITE, George Hart||b. Jefferson City, Missouri, March 28, 1843, d. age 77 in Purcell, OK. Served in Confederate Army for four years and fought in many battles, including the Wilderness, Virginia. I am trying to find his regimental unit. After the War he moved to East Texas, and eventually moved to Oklahoma, where he was the first sheriff of McClain County to be elected after statehood. He served as commander of the Sul Ross camp of Confederate Veterans up until his death.|
|WHITE, George P.||St. Louis, MO married Bertha Groeteke|
|WHITE, Harmon Edward||Bellville, Missouri. Father-Finley Manchester White. Mother-Emma Isabell Caryle.|
|WHITE, Hugh L.||b. abt. 1839 TN.
Wife: Belinda JENNINGS b. abt. 1848 Neosho Newton Co. MO
Last known to be living in Barton CO MO as listed on 1860 US CENSUS Barton Co.
Children: Nancy E. b. abt. 1855 MO
John J. b. abt. 1854.
Possible brother of Hugh, Lewis T. b. abt. 1858. Also listed on 1860 census as living with Hugh and Belinda.
|WHITE, Isaac H.||b. Mo
White, Morrison Mary E.Ind.
White, Cicero, son
Roberts, Emma, niece
found them on the 1880 census in Joplin,Jasper, Missour would like to know more about them.
|WHITE, James||father of Hanna Marie) of St Louis|
|WHITE, James E.||Linn|
|WHITE, James Hamilton
||b. 16 Jan 1849 Morgan Co., MO
m. 10 June 1884 Sullivan Co, MO Clarissa Elizabeth Cutsinger
d. 1919 Sullivan Co., MO
bur. Beardstown ?spelling Cemetery
|WHITE, Marion||married to Mary in County Cork Ireland, immigrated around 1870 first to Tennesse then to sw Missouri, possibly Greene Co. They had three children George, Lucy, who married a man named Jonah Cambell, and John Monroe White, bn.10/31/1870in Knoxville, TN.|
|WHITE, Mary Collins
|WHITE, Paul||Morgan, Putnam|
|WHITE, Robert Lewis||He was born in 1794 in Harford County Maryland , married second to Nancy Stinson and father to Benjamin Franklin White born in Howard County 1841.|
|WHITE, Stephen Hamilton|
|WHITE, Thomas Monroe Helton||father Elango or possibly Lonzoe White, Mother Mary Alice Russell. Brothers, George, Willie, Robert, John; Sisters: Jane, Mary, Frawn, and Alice. Would be interested in any information on any of these people. Tom White was my grandfather, he died in 1961 in Dyersburg, Tn.|
||Misc. Infromation, County, Etc.
: William White, born 14 April, 1795, Maryland. Son of
Benjamin White and Rebecca Odell Chiswell. Married Anne
Fletcher. Died 18 July 1857, Montgomery County,
MO. Buried in White-Hensley cemetery, Montgomery County.
Looking for infromation on how William came to
Montgomery County, and any information on his
|WHITE, William Henry
||and Mary Lee Agusta Foust White
were on the 1900 census for Fredericktown, Madison County, Missour
|WHITE, William Louis|
|WHITE, William W.|
|WHITEAKER, Charles Crockett||born 1844 White Co. Ky. Died Poplar Bluff Mo., Butler Co. 29 Aug. 1899|
||his daughter was Dorthy
Whitehall married a Nickason. Do not know his given name.Their
children were Wanda and WayneRaymond Nickason.Lived in
Keithsburg,Illinois.Would any one knoe Mr Nickason given name?
|WHITEHEAD, William Ashley||Representative and Sheriff of Stoddard Co|
|WHITELOCK||Whitelock's lived in the Shely County Missouri area. There was Rollin Luther b. Nov. 14, 1888, Andrew Jackson b. Mar. 28, 1846, Samuel Whitelock was born in Maryland @ Dec. 26, 1817 but lived most of his live in Shelby Co. Then there was James Whitelock who died abt. 1842/1845 in Shelby Co. These are the people I have information on. Looking for more information on any of them. Trying to find who Jame's father/mother was and his brother's and sisters.|
|WHITELOCK, Millard Allen
||his father was William Whitelock
his sister was Jamie Edna Whitelock born in Keokuk Iowa in October 7,
|WHITENER||associated names, hahn, hawn, yount, wallis, schell, shell|
|WHITESIDE||Trying to find information about a John Whiteside that was married to my grandmother Mary Ne Mary Nellie Selves mother, Martha Elizabeth Pryor.|
|WHITESIDE, Ida||married Byrd Piper. Parents were George Whiteside and Josephine Howard Miller Whiteside.|
|WHITNEY, Charles Benjamin||wife Mary GLENN St. Louis 1850's- 1920's.|
|WHITNEY, Charlotte||h. Jonas|
|WHITNEY, Jonas||wife Charlotte WHITNEY (nee FORMAN) St. Louis and Jefferson Counties mid 1800's - 1900's|
|WHITNEY, Thomas I||Holt b. 1845|
|WHITNEY, Thomas J.||Holt b. 1819|
|WHITNEY, Wade H.||Holt|
|WHITSEL, Frank marion
also known as "Benjamin Whitsel". He is on the 1930 US Census in Tavern township, Pulaski County, Missouri with Carrie as his wife, and children listed as Melissa, Wayne and Melvin. Benjamin was born about Sept 6, 1878 but I have other dates in some of my paperwork.
I am looking for a death certificate for Benjamin WHITSEL. He died about March 1942 in Waynesville, Mo. according to my records.
|WHITTAKER||Talmancus/Telemachus Whittaker was born
in KY., wife
Children: Thomas William born April 15, 1843 in MO., John F. born
May 1845 in MO., Sarah J. Whittaker born Nov. 1847 in AR., Josiah
Whittaker born 1849 in AR.
Talmacchus' second wife was Mary Ann Hiller and their children were: Talmancus, Betsy Ann Elizabeth, Susan B. Bud and Babe Whittaker.
|WHITTAKER, Commadore M.||He died in 1950 in Sarcoxie, Mo buried at Clear Creek Mo. has three sons A.A, J.A., and F.H. they were in Springfield, Republicand Sarcoxie in 1950. Helen Whitaker Johnson|
|WHITTAKER, Samuel N.
||Names of interest:
McMahan, Whittaker (T), Weir/Wear/Weair, Wallace Thompson.
Looking for locations and dates on Samuel N. Whittaker/Whitaker who
married Carrie E. McMahan at Warrensburg, Johnson Co. MO. on 22 Feb.
1903 ... Her parents are Samuel Barton and Amanda A. 'Weir/Wear/Weair'
McMahan of Johnson Co. Missouri. Amanda's family is believed to have
come from Tennessee ... McMahan's are from N.C./Virginia ... Samuel N.
Whittaker/Whitaker is assumed to have been born in Illinois or Missouri
abt: 1882-84 And died abt: 1917-19, possibly in Rock Island Co. Moline,
Illinois. He re-married abt: 1908-09 to Arlene/Arline (??) who's
parents lived in Worth Co. Grant City, Missouri ... Her Grandparents
lived in Redding? Iowa in 1914-15.
|WHITTEN||WILLIAM WHITTEN AND AMANDA E. BRAYDON WHITTEN FROM FREDERIICKTOWN,MADISON CO,MISSOURI|
|WHITTEN, George Washington|
||and John Henry Otis family to
list of Missouri Surnames. They owned and worked 600 acres of
farmland back in the 1860' s which I understand was a land grant from
Civil War service of John Henry Otis or Henry Otis. This would have
been in the Grandby or Neosho area. They raised 6 children and borderd
orphans. Henry passed in 1918-19, buried in MO and Victoria
passed in 1927, buried in Arkansas.
|WHITWELL||Ripley - Home page|
|WHITWORTH||Cape Girardeau, Butler|
Jacob and Louisa Jane Whitworth of Boone Co., Mo. Married abt 1863.
and wife Phoebe Ann Pace. Daniel K born Cir 1848 Died August 1929 and is buried in Hillcrest Cemetary Fulton Mo. Callaway county. He arrived in Callaway Co. Cir 1874
|WICKERHAM, William John||Jefferson, Washington, Franklin|
|WICKEY||St. Louis Home Page|
|WIDEMAN, Venitia||(Venetia) b. 1879 in Jeff. County Missouri. Searching for marriage or death information so that I can solve whether or not this is my "Nettie Mae" who married Gentry Joseph "Joe" Horton. Her father was said to be John Franklin Wideman of Jefferson County Missouri.|
|WIDMER||Looking for Widmer's abt. 1869. John Widmer married in St. Louis County, MO in 1869, city of Rockspring? He was from Germany and the name may be Johann Widmer. Trying to see how they entered the U.S. and into MO from Germany.|
|WIEDNER, August||St. Louis|
|WIEDNER, August A.||St. Louis|
|WIEDNER, Clara||St. Louis|
|WIEDNER, Elizabeth "Lizzie"||St. Louis|
|WIEDNER, Wilhelmine||St. Louis|
John Wieland b. 1817 of
Bavaria, wife Maria Marchand b. 1824 of Alsace, children Vincent b.MO,
an iron moulder,
St. Louis, MO
|WIESCHHAUS||settled in audrain county|
|WIESE, Christian 1860-1880||St. Louis|
|WIESE||St. Louis City|
|WIGGINS||Carroll and Cooper County area|
|WILCOX||Elmo, Lincoln Township, Nodaway County, MO (1880s – 1950s)|
|WILCOX, Erasmus Darwin
||born 14 Jan 1803 MA, died 16
Oct. 1861, [MO]
Resided Sentinel Prairie, Greene Twp, Polk MO, in 1860 census with wife Martha and ch.
Prev. wife: Nancy P. Smart, b. c.1824, TN, she died between 1850-59., [Mo]
|WILD||Felix and Philip|
|WILDS, Claiborne||born in Missouri in 1857. Moved to California in about 1880 to work in the gold mines.|
|WILEY||Luke or Cyrus Wiley from KY and MO. Looking for descendants.|
|WILEY||Searching for info on the families of
Elbert Leslie KING b) 1
and his wife, Maxine (Maxy) Rhoda MOORE, b) 19 Oct 1931 [mother may
been a WILEY] married after 1938 in MO. Also searching for info on the
families of Elberts father & mother, Lunie KING [son of James R.
and Belle KEAS/KEYES or REAS as listed in marriage book, married 5 May
1894] & Cora Violet Leslie, b) 29 Jun 1901, [daughter of Cora Alice
Scott, d) 23 June 1907 MO, and Samuel David Leslie II, b) 19 June 1873
Anna IL]. Areas these families have been known to be are Naylor, Neely,
Harvielle, Poplar Bluff, Taft, Torch, Cane Creek. Lunie & immediate
family relocate to CA during the mid 1930's.
Butler, Ripley and Wayne Counties
||Jordan and Kirksey from
Missouri. Can you add my address to the list.
|WILEY, Donald||born ca 1889-1890, somewhere in MO. Parents unknown.|
|WILFONG||I am looking for information regarding the Parents, Grandparents, etc., of Henry Wilfong born 12-15-1884 and married to Sarah Alline Killian.|
|WILFONG||Searching for descendants of Martin and Mary Gross Wilfong, and Jacob and Eve Gross Wilfong. Martin and Mary my direct line.|
||I AM LOOKING FOR A WOMAN WHOSE
LAST NAME WAS WILFONG. sHE HAD A SON
THAT SHE GAVE AWAY TO A DAVID GASSAWAY AND IDA HAIL OF UPSHUR COUNTY,
TEXAS. i HAVE HER PHOTO BUT NO INFORMATION. sHE MAY HAVE BEEN NATIVE
AMERICAN OR THE SON MAY HAVE BEEN OF NATIVE AMERICAM HERITAGE
||We are looking for Sebastian
Wilhelm of Barton, Missouri. His Wife was Annie (?????), and they
had 3 Sons, John A.---Noah Wilbert, and Lewis William Wilhelm. We
were told John A., died a young man, and was buried at the Lamar,
Missouri Cemetery. Does anybody know for sure? Also, who
was Sebastian's 2nd Wife?
|WILHELM, Adam||resided in St. Louis, Mo. during 1913 for sure. He was married to Katherine Martin and had a son named Henry Adam Willhelm. Adam lived with his family at 2233 South 2nd Street in St. Louis and also had his business there. He was a cobbler. Adam Wilhelm was my Grandfather and Henry my father.|
Wright, Texas, Reynolds & Maries Counties
|WILHITE, Robert Franklin
||Date of Birth? Parents? Married to Anna Leona Wyatt and produced two children, Margaret (my grandmother) and James (who died in infancy).|
|WILKERSON||Allice Wilkerson Mitchell is seeking
information about her
Wilkerson, born March 29, 1865 in Auxvasse, Missoury. He married
Mary Holland. After her death he married a Mrs. Marshall. and
to Missouri - Williamsburg. Mary HOLLAND Wilkerson had a sister
Catherine who married a Ben Curtis. Their children were Lawrence and
Curtis. Alice was born March 7, 1904 in Auxvasse.
The family moved to Scottsbluff, NE about 1908. She is looking for any descendants of Catherine and Ben Curtis. Also trying to find her father's grave. (She is 93 and wants to place a headstone on his grave before she dies.
|WILKERSON, Elizabeth Price||b 1863 Cow Skin Prairie, MO|
|WILKERSON, Harland||b 1869 Missouri|
||born 1859 per 1880 census for
Jefferson County, MO. Married to Martha Dixon Oct 16 1879,
Jefferson Co. MO
Looking for death date , cemetery records or location of death, also Harlen had son Washington Edward (Wash) Wilkerson looking for anything on him.
|WILKERSON, Laura Orvilla||B: 1881 Mercer,co. MO. Married Green Bush Moore. Had a son Lionel|
|WILKERSON, Randolph||b. 1835|
Washington Edward "Wash"
||born about 1880 in Festus, MO.
married in 1901 to Laura Elizabeth Davis , father was Harlen
|WILKERSON, William H.||in 1870 Howell Co., census, Myatt twsp. born, in Tenn died 1876 according to probate records of Howell Co., md Mahulda (?) Son Julian Wyatt B. 1864: daughters Arta M., Ida E., Mary J., and Henreal. Mahulda B. 1810 in Ill or IN; died around 1885 in Howell Co. Missouri.|
|WILKEY||Ray and Carrol counties|
|WILKEY, George||Richmond, Ray|
|WILKEY, Henry||Richmond, Ray|
|WILKINSON||BARDISSA WILKINSON was born in Missouri and married Gilner Carroll and lived in Tennessee, They were moving back to Missouri when he was taken sick, he died in 1864 in New Madrid, Missouri. She then married James G. KIRTLEY and they lived in Missouri for a few years and then moved to Conway County, Arkansas|
|WILKSON, Anthony||(also spelled Wilkeson, Wilkison, Wilkerson, Wilkinson), possibly born in Holland (Netherlands) about 1780-1790. Died about 1850, probably in Washington, Jefferson, or St. Francois Counties. Married to Jane (maiden name unknown). First appeared in Missouri in about 1810. In the militia Ste Girardeau Co in 1811-1812. Involved in land deals.|
|WILLARD, John W.||Henry|
|WILLARD, John Willard||b 1839 St. Claire, MO, (married Sarah Jane Colyott). John was son of Martin Willard & Polly Lindsey|
|WILLCOX||Elmo, Lincoln Township, Nodaway County, MO (1880s – 1950s)|
||born in Prussia and married to
Maria Obering on August 2, 1866 in St. Charles
|WILLEMS||Looking for descendents of Nicholas Willems and Magdalena Zender Willems, lived in Florissant, MO in the late 1800s. Allied families are Rosen, Marks and Burrichter.|
|WILLET, Thomas William||lived around Joplin, MO in early 1900's.|
|WILLEY, George A
||Father of May C. Willey.
Residence: St. Louis, MO
|WILLEY, Mary Elizabeth
||b) 1867 Jul 5 married
HUNT, David Freeman b) 1862 Jan 12 both are buried Sparta, Christian
Co., MO, USA
|WILLEY, May Cynthia
||Wife of Tom Bartlow of
|WILLHITE||JEREMIAH WILLHITE AND MATILDA HUEY GRANT MARRIED 3/24/1859 IN VERNON COUNTY, MO|
|WILLHOIT||George Washington WILLHOIT
b. 13 Feb 1881 Longrun, Ozark County, MO
d. 12 Feb 19042 Springfield, Greene County, MO
b. Lutie Cemetery, Theodosia, Ozark County, MO
s/o James Washington WILHOIT (1850-1926) &
Elizabeth GRIFFITH (1854-1924);
s/o Alfred Hunter WILLHOIT(1823-1900) &
Lydia H. (Lamb) ROLLINS (d. bef 1859) ...who migrated from Greene County, TN, to Ozark County, bef. 1866.
m. 13 Feb 1906 Catoosa, OK
s. Clara BRUER
b. 31 Jan 1888 MO
d. 10 Aug 1946 Springfield, Greene County, MO
b. Lutie Cemetery, Theodosia, Ozark County, MO
d/o William P.C. BRUER & Gerusha Grant ALLISON
|WILLIAM, John||tin 1885 to St. Louis from Langenbrücken, Baden (Germany)|
|WILLIAM, John||William John Nichols died in Lewis county Mo. approximately 1922. Husband of Nancy. Children John, Jesse,Frank,Lola,Helen,Maude, and Bessie|
|WILLIAMS||Phelps Home Page|
|WILLIAMS||Ray, Harrison and Grundy Co.'s. John Williams, father of Thomas Williams. Thomas married Caty Campbell in 1833, Ray Co.|
|WILLIAMS||counties: Texas, Phelps, Lincoln?,
towns: Craig, Springfield, Ozark Twp., Yukon, Houston, California
|WILLIAMS||Emma Lou Williams born Dec 31, 1898 in
Eugene, MO She
of eleven children born to Joseph and Joanna Williams. Her oldest
brother was Randall, my records indicate he was born on June 15, 1876
Other brothers and sisters include:
Robert Munroe Williams born Aug 20, 1881 at Ironton, MO
Henry Edward born August 16, 1885
Thomas Barney Williams born May 31, 1891 at Eugene, MO
Lexington Williams born Sept 1892
John Williams born April 5, 1895 at Eugene, MO Died at age of 21 when run over by a train in 1915.
My grandma Emma Lou Williams
Minnie Mary Williams born may 22, 1900
Ada Belle Williams born March 3, 1902
I would love to find out more information about my grandmother's family and birth and/or death information for my great grandparents Joseph and Joanna Williams.
Is there a historical society in Miller County or Cole County which might be able to help me. Do you have access to census information, which might give me some information on these ancestors.
John Williams and wife Arminda. Their son Louis married Martha Jane Goforth 1875.
Mary Magdeline Williams born 1886 in Rat.
|WILLIAMS||I have looking for information and/or descendants of Pleasant N. and Florence Evelyn Pyle WILLIAMS. They moved to Harrisonville, Missouri in 1918. They had three chirldren: Percy L., Ray W. and Effie Myrtle.|
Descendants of Thomas S. Williams 1824. Sons, George B McClellan Williams and John Mitchell Williams.
||I am looking for Thomas
Williams, born in England or Wales around 1887, I have different
dates. Parents shown on death certificate are William Williams
and Christinna Orr. There was a relative who ran a confectionery
on 13th & Wyoming at the end of Lemp Park in south St Louis.
|WILLIAMS, A.||A. (no first name, only initial) b. abt. 1799 in VA., and Sally WILLIAMS b. abt. 1806 in VA. This couple was in Lawrence Co., MO. in 1850. They had four daughters, two of whom were Mary A. (Polly) b. abt. 1832 and Paulina b. abt. 1834. They were believed to have been of Cherokee descent and oral family history says they came to MO. via the Trail of Tears.|
|WILLLIAMS, Alta||(b 04 Aug 1886, Bolivar, Polk Co., MO) daughter of George Robert Hamilton Williams (b 18 Oct 1854, Polk Co., MO) son of Robert Williams.|
|WILLIAMS, Anna Nason||St. Louis|
|WILLIAMS, Anna Nason||daughter of William T. NASon and Lugunia Duncan, sister of Louella "Aunt Lula", George Washington Nason.|
|WILLIAMS, Benjamin Hubbard
||wife Elizabeth Dodson Williams,
Daugher.Lucinda Sons Joseph, Virgil, Greenbury, plus more.
|WILLIAMS, Burton||Douglas, Webster, Wright, Texas counties|
|WILLIAMS, Caleb||Came to Missouri, Warren County area, 1818. Wife's name was Elizabeth Woodland Williams. He was Justice of the Peace for Warren County for many years.|
|WILLIAMS, Caleb||He married Martha Ann NORVILLE . To my knowledge Caleb and Martha had four children Martha Fox, J.H., H.L., and Ashael/Ace. All children were born in Missouri, I do not know the county (possibly Audrain).|
|WILLIAMS, Edgar Louis||b-1866-MO
SP: Nancy Elizabeth Jenkins (Lizzie)
dau of Henry Proctor & Betsey (Davis) Jenkins
Res: Platte Co., Stone Co., MO. & Douglass, Butler Co., KS.
|WILLIAMS, Elliott||Douglas, Webster, Wright, Texas counties|
|WILLIAMS, Elizabeth Belle||believed born in the area of Springfield, MO., and her ancestors. She married John William Angle and they had two children, Eula and Cleo. They lived in Leavenworth, KS. when Cleo was born. They were reported as divorced some time later.|
|| Born Abt: 1826 Williams,
Sarah Born Abt: 1829 Married 1846. These are my
|WILLIAMS, George Robert Hamilton||See Alta Williams|
|WILLIAMS, Geroge W.||married Lucinda Yankey, Novemer 17, 1884 in Dent County. These people are my maternal great grand parents.|
|WILLIAMS, George Washington
||Born 1867 Died 1946 West,
Melvina Born 1875 Died 1961 My grandparents. They had Nine
Children Hesta Belle, Birdie E., Willa B., Ina A., Dallas, Ida, Lovie
Ann, Ruthie, and Elzie Cecil (My father).
|WILLIAMS, Hannipal Melger
||Died abt 1896 West, Melvina Born
1875 Died 1961 My grandmother and Step-grandfather. They had two
children Hannipal William A. Born 1896 Died 1988 and Hannipal (Clubb),
Martha Born 1892 Died 1977 Married Clubb, Thomas Andrew Born 1892
|WILLIAMS, Howard||m. Nancy
Howard and 2 sons supposedly went to California for Gold Rush, never returned.
Nancy took her 2 daughters (Mary Ann m. John W. King, Bell Co., TX) to Texas. Seeking dates of arrival in Texas.
||born in Marion Co Missouri in
1883 married Frances Jackson in 1903 died in 1947. Born 11
children Anna, Albert, Clarabell, Caroline, William, Louis, Gertrude,
Howard, Otis, Harold & Luberta.
|WILLIAMS, Isaiah H.
||and his wife Elizabeth, they had a farm in Barry county,Missouri about 1870. They came from Mississippi. They had children: Sarah,Mollie,James, William,Benjamin and Paschal. I believe they died in Barry county about 1880 or before.|
|WILLIAMS, Jack Leonard|
|WILLIAMS, Jackson||(first name could be nickname) b. abt 1840. Married Nancy Jane (Bird) Vinson on 23 Apr 1863. Her first husband, N. Wesley Vinson died a POW.|
|WILLIAMS, James||family which probably resided prior to the Civil War in Cass County, Missouri. Family history has it that the Williams family had some Cherokee ancestors. John Henry and E.G. Were sons of James. John Henry was my great grandfather and was born 4/6/1860 in Missouri and died in 1900 in Little Rock, Arkansas.|
|WILLIAMS, James Franklin||born in Henry Co. abt 1872. His parents were Isaac WILLIAMS and Minerva Jane HERREN. James's siblings included: Marcus, twin of Marcus, Albert Wm, Martha|
|WILLIAMS, Jesse Hugh
||He was born in Jefferson, Co.
His father was William Poindexter Williams.(Bill Jake). His mother was
Matilda Caroline Lee. They were married Jan. 1 1860 in Jefferson Co.
W.P.'s father was Isaac Williams. His mother was Elizabeth Brindley.
Elizabeth married again to a Jacob Justus Wilson. I need to know more
about Isaac William
|WILLIAMS, Johanna||See Joseph|
|WILLIAMS, John Franklin||Jasper|
|WILLIAMS, John George
||b. 1811 and his wife Nancy Jane
Ballance Williams b. 1815. They lived in upalika township in Carter
County, Missouri before the civil war.They had several children
including my great grandmother Sarah Ann Williams b. 1836 Upalika,
Mo.Sarah married first Jerimiah Eaton Then James Leach in 1866.
|WILLIAMS, John Henry||Cass County 1860-1900. Son of James, brother of E.B. or E.G. Deng Williams.|
|WILLIAMS, John R||married Mary E. McGlothlin on June 25,
1857 in Doniphan
they lived in Buchanan or Andrew County, MO.
they had 3 boys, Thomas, John, Elic. Mary died in January 11, 1863 in
|WILLIAMS, Johon Thomas||born 2 Jan 1864 in ILL. died 19 Feb.1939 in Thebes, Alexander Co. IL. lived in Cape Giradeau Mo with wife Melissa Catherine Tyler Williams.|
|WILLIAMS, Joseph||and Johanna Williams parents of Randall
David, Robert Munroe,
Joseph, Jane Barbara, Dolly May, Thomas Barney, Lexington, John, Emma
(my maternal grandmother born December 31, 1898 at Eugene, MO died June
3, 1982), Minnie Mary, and Ada Belle Williams.
I am the granddaughter of Robert Monroe & Elizabeth Williams listed as a child of Joseph and Joanna.
My parents were Wilbert Ralph and Lucy Mae (Williams) Javens who is child of Robert and Elizabeth.
Their children are:
Delbert George Javens (deceased)
Joanna Patricia Javens Powell ( I was named after Joanna Williams)
April Javens Teichrow
Susan Kathleen Javens Hernandez
Pearl Anne Javens Hovey Brown
|WILLIAMS, Lydia P.|
|WILLIAMS, Martha Jane||Born 29 March 1885 possibly in St. Joseph yet there are no records there. Died 24 August 1922 in St. Louis, MO. Shot by her second husband Albert Eli Hembree while in bed nursing her baby.I am searching to find her birthplace and parents/siblings information. She is my great grandmother.|
|WILLIAMS, Mary Ann|
|WILLIAMS, Mary Jones||(widow of James Jones and married to Ezekiel Williams) and Williams, Nancy,. whose maiden name was Davis and after Ezekiel died she married Walker P. Redford.|
|WILLIAMS, Mary Louisa||born1873 died1928 may be known as liza lived around advance mo married james marion millis they had daughter bertha elizabeth and evelyn millis per her daughter mary was fb cherokee am trying to find her parents or relatives evelyn has an aunt del pemelton do not know if father's sister or mother's|
|WILLIAMS, Molly||mother of John Williams and grandmother of Edna Mae Williams|
|WILLIAMS, Nancy C.||I am looking for ancesters of John T. Voss and Nancy, married in Phelps county in ap. 1884. John was first married to Mahala Huskey in 1863.|
|WILLIAMS, Nancy (Davis)||She was the widow of Ezekiel Williams who
died in 1844 in
MO. She later married Walker P Redford. After he died she
the children moved to Washington/Oregon where she died.
Would like to know about her Family. Her maiden name was Davis. She was born in Mercer County, KY 1810
|WILLIAMS, Otho||St. Louis 1863-1874 probably left with the St. Louis Colony for Colorado|
|WILLIAMS, P. (Pleas)
||married to a Martha C. (maiden
Hartville, Niangua, Missouri area. Their daughter (, Isabelle Clementine Williams, b. 7-26-1862, d. 8-9-1935, buried Mt. Zion cemetery,) (my great-grandmother) was married to first Thomas Edward Bass, then to Samuel E. Pitchford. (Martha C.'s second marriage was to William McNally) Would appreciate any information regarding any or all mentioned.
|WILLIAMS, Paul Burke|
|WILLIAMS, Pleasant||and Florence Evelyn Pyle Williams who moved to Harrisonville, MO in 1918. They had three children: Percy L.; Ray W. and Effie Myrtle.|
|WILLIAMS, Reuben||They moved to Dallas County, MO, in the late 1830's or early 1840's. His sons were named Samuel, Caleb, and Thomas, and Caswell. They were related to the Wingo's and Gammons.|
|WILLIAMS, Richard||children: Danial, charley, ola,alice, debb|
|WILLIAMS, Richard E.||1862-63 St Louis|
|WILLIAMS, Sally||(see A. Williams)|
||Cynthia Williams (don't know maiden name)
reported to be either full blood Choctaw or one half Choctaw and one
half Cherokee. Daughter Lucy, born abt. 1834 in Missouri.
Lucy married William S. Sharp.
||b. abt 1829 Illinois died
after 1870 Moved to Cedar County ,MO before 1860.
wife Sarah Unknown died between 1860-1870 . Children included:
William T., Nancy E., Sarah J., Newton A., Parnie A., Stephen M.,
|WILLIAMS, Soloman Stelle
||St. Clair, Co
|WILLIAMS, Teem||Douglas, Webster, Wright, Texas counties|
|WILLIAMS, William Jenkins||Platte|
|WILLIAMSON||Scotland County, Searching for descendants of Richard Williamson and Phoebe Stewart. Five Children Fred, Ollie, Phoebe, Mabel, and Della.|
|WILLIAMSON, Flora||St Louis. Died 1889, married to John F. Gallagher. She had 4 children, Clara, Martin, Ella, and John Gallagher. Looking for information on her siblings and parents.|
|WILLIAMSON, Walter Eugene||(Jan,.19, 1875--Aug. 17, 1914) and
18, 1877--June 11, 1971). They are both buried in Mano cemetary in
county, Mo. Walter was my great great grandfather, and while I am
having some success finding info. on their descendants, all I know
them is what is on their headstones, DOB, POB, and any other info.
be helpful. Especially any info. on parents, grandparents, etc.
If anybody is looking for info. on WILLIAMSONs in Barry county, Mo. I may be able to help and will do so gladly.
|WILLIS||Augustus Willis m. Lucinda Kanatzar. Gus's father was Robert Willis. We think Robert's parents are Stewart and Sarah Melcher. Stewart's and Sarah's children were: Amasa, James, Robert, Samuel Stewart, John G., Mary Polly (Shellhouse), Rachel and Catherine.|
Wright, Texas, Reynolds & Maries Counties
|WILLIS, Charles Lyons|
|WILLIS, Daniel||on 1860 Census St. Francois Missouri.|
|WILLIS, Daniel Adair|
||married a William E. PLUMMER
between 1900 and 1906. They had a son William Kenneth.
Emma's mother was a Cora (unknown maiden) who married a WILLIS.
Cora was reportedly a full blooded Native American.
|WILLIS, Hiram Henry
||Wife: Pearl (Ryan)
Operated, may have owned a second hand store in St. Joseph on 4th Street?
Brother: Frank, older, died 1955
Brother: Noah, younger, died 1932
Sister Mollie Goodrich of Ceres, California (as of 1955)
I do not know when he was born but his brother, Frank, was born is Smith county Kansas in 1876?
|WILLIS, James||and his wife, Hila Martha Johnson Willis came to Sullivan Co
several family members coming from Greene Co. TN betwee
1851 and 1855. They are buried at the Mt. Zion cemetery in Grundy Co. MO. Would love to find other family members
||came to Marionville, Mo. around
1850 or later from Franklin Co. Va.; served in the Confederate Army
believed killed at Battle Of Wilson's Creek; know he had at least one
child, James Thomas Willis.
|WILLIS, Lee Arnold||(b. 1/19/1875) or his parents (Benjamin Franklin Willis and Willie Luceitta Ann Wells) lived in SW Missouri for a time. Any clues on this family would be appreciated.|
|WILLIS, Martha E.||Adair, Macon|
|WILLIS, William Thomas|
|WILLOTT||family members in Missouri, as well as members of the DICKHERBER family. Both have ties to St. Charles County, MO|
|WILLOUGHBY, James||married in Vernon, MO in 1877|
|WILLS||Monroe, Barry, Lewis, Boone, Decoster, Lewis|
|WILLS, Harley Cade||born in Windsor, Mo October 29, 1885. They moved to Oklahoma where he lived until his death November 3, 1974.|
|WILLYARD||Barry and Stone Counties|
|WILMOT, Mansfield||married Florida Warren in Lafayette County in 1871|
|WILSHIRE, Samuel Reuben||b. 1833 in KY
d. Texas County, MO
|WILSON||Cape Girardeau, Perry, Ste. Genevieve|
|WILSON||DECENDENTS OF JAMES WILSON - IN MISSOURI BY 1800|
|WILSON||Winnie Wilson was the second wife and married Aaron Lowe. Parents of my grandfather Francis Marrion Lowe. Seek info on Winnie's ancesters|
|WILSON||Other surnames: BRAKE,WELCH,DAVIS
Looing for the above surnames or related family.
Particularly looking for children or the 2nd. marriage of Jesse Brake to Melvina E. Wilson 1 Apr 1866 Laclede Co.
|WILSON||living in NC Hallie, Lester|
|WILSON||John Henry Wilson born Dec. 18 1872 MO. d: Nov. 1941 Saline Co. MO. married Dollie Isophene DAVIS in Saline Co. Mo. 1895 John Henry Wilson parents (not proved) FRANCIS M. WILSON born ILL (we think) [Mrs.] Betsey THORNTON (ELIZABETH ROMINE) married Feb. 1867 Saline Co. Mo. Dollie Isophene Davis parents JOSEPH DAVIS & CAROLINE DENNIS|
|WILSON||Given names: Sarah Amanda Louisa,
Counties: Crawford and Howell
Could have been going by Turner or Burks. Born in Tenn. App.
1864. Father Isaac Wilson. Married Nannie Stotts in Lawrence Co.
she died he moved to Texas.
|WILSON, Charles||Cass, Bates|
|WILSON, Daniel||Died 1844 in St. Louis or St. Charles,
Mo. Married Mahala
1828 in Knoxville, TN.
1. Elizabeth WILSON - b. Nov. 25, 1838 in Sparta, TN, d. July 5, 1908 in CA.
Married Francis Aubrey REEDER July 5, 1859 on Mississippi Riverboat, T.L. McGill, outside of St. Louis, MO.
2. Hartwell Greene Wilson
3. William Wilson
4. Emeline Wilson
5. James Wilson
6. Houston Wilson
7. Daniel Wilson
8. Frances Wilson
I seek any information on this family, which moved from TN to MO at some point. I am descendant of Elizabeth, and her daughter, Fannie (Frances) Maddocks REEDER, b. April 30, 1863 in St. Louis, MO, d. Dec. 17, 1939 in Los Angeles, CA.
|WILSON, Frances Jane||born 1826 wife of John HOLLINGSHAD, sister of John A. WILSON. Dawson Co,GA and Lumpkin Co, GA to Ozark Co, MO and Howell Co, MO.|
|WILSON, George W.||Cass, Bates|
|WILSON, Gholsom||b Aug 11, 1835 KY; d Jan 1, 1876, MO m Elvira A. Acre/Akre Apr 26 1853.. Parents of 11 children, all born Freedom, MO The family is documented from Gholsom down, would like to go further back. His father was William, Russell Co? KY.|
|WILSON, Henry H.||Nodaway. b. 1825 Kentuck d. 1863 possibly in Nodaway County, MO. May have been killed in Civil War.|
|WILSON, James||born in Angus Co., Scotland in mid 1800s. Business man in St. Louise in 1914, possibly owned a funeral home.|
|WILSON, James M.||b. 3 May 1832 in Wilson County, TN m.
Susan Varnell Brookshire (dau. of Wm Brookshire) in Hickory County, MO
1853, moved to "the wilds of Texas" before 1860 in Decatur, Wise, TX,
enlisted Confederate 1862, captured at Arkansas Post 11 Jan 1863, died
as POW at Camp Douglas, Cook County, Illinois 16 Mar1863
|WILSON, John||b: 1855 in MO Married Gerogia Halley Dec. 29, 1881 in Oak Ridge, Cape Girardeau Co., MO.|
|WILSON, John C.||married Martha Armon October 11, 1848 had at least two children Laura E. who married Thedore Bisch and John Wilson.|
|WILSON, John David||b. ca 1820, TN. He married Mary Ann Stanley on 10 Aug 1841 in Harrison County, MO|
|WILSON, John Henry|
|WILSON, John L.||Mercer - died in 1860, Wife's name Angeline died in 1889|
|WILSON, John William||born in 1872/73 in Hickory County, MO.|
|WILSON, Jonathan/John William||b-1852-Portsmouth, Scioto Co., OHIO, he had several wives, one of them my gr.grandmother Lizzie BILYEU. Would like to know more about him, and his wives.|
|WILSON, Lesley||Madison or near by Co.|
|WILSON, Robert Otto
||b. June 1893 in or around
Camden, MO. Parents: Ruff Wilson, and Carrie
Carlton. Adopted by Andrew and Mary Sartors.
||Had a son with Carrie Carlton –
Name Robert Otto Wilson b. June 1893 in or near Camden, MO.
Robert adopted by Andrew and Mary Sartors.
|WILSON, Sampson W.
||sons James Alex Wilson , Gilbert
L Wilson , Benjamin J. Wilson , John S. P. Wilson and Josephus Shelby
|WILSON, Susan F.||b.August 10, 1845 d.February 10, 1927 Daviess Co. Married Hamlin T. Stapp 1869|
||wife either Sarah or Mary Jane,
daughter Mary Jane Wilson born 30 apr 1840, St. Louis m:
||born January 1870 in Missouri
and died 1907 from an accident in Hayti, Pemiscot, MO. He married
|WILSON, William Mc
||William Mcclure Wilson, s/o ??
Wilson from MO. went to North Calif abt 1850 to gold fields,married a
Wintun Indian,I have lots of interesting history to trade from
1854 forward. I am looking for his father and mother etc
b: 22 sept 1829 in MO, d: 4 feb 1881 in CA.
His wife was Carlotta Imgarten, children Mary Wiltman, Elizabeth Wiltman, Amelia (Wiltman) Klaus
|WIMMER||Trying to find the Birthplace & Parents of James Lane Wimmer who was born Feb 9, 1872. Birthplace? possibly in Kansas or Indiana. James Lane Wimmer later resided in Pattonsburg Mo. in 1910, was married to Grace Malvina (Fields) Best in 11-18-1911, one son- Elwin Otho Wimmer. After her death he then married a Jessie Leona Burton in 4-18-1922, one son James Nelson Wimmer.|
|WIMSATT||There are also connections to KY, NC, and NY|
|WIMSETT, Ackors Andrew|
|WINCHELL, Therase Aurelia||Cole|
|WINCHESTER, Elizabeth||b. 1828 MO. (from Jersey Co. IL.1880
married Joel ANDREWS lived their married lives in Jersey Co. IL.
4 children-John b. 1859 Madison Co. IL
William b. 1862 Jersey Co.
Joel, Jr. b. 1865 " "
Electa b. 1869 " "
|WINCHESTER, James Alexander||born October 16,1869 in Missouri.
His father was born
and his mother, maiden name Herring, was born in Ohio .He died March
and is buried at Watonga, Blaine County, Oklahoma at the East Mt.
Cemetery. He married Sarah Jane Donnell, she was born November
in Ohio. She died June 24,1948 and is buried at Sunnylane Cemetery Del
City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.
They had Max b. March 23,1900. Dolores (my grandmother) May 16,1902. Agusta May May 19,1905 and John Caulder February 1909. Dolores was born at Tologa, Blaine Co., Oklahoma. Dolores Winchester Jackson Busler died April 5,1971 and is buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Butterfield, Missouri.I believe Butterfield is in Berry Co.
||He was born abt 1816,1817 Missouri. He married Nancy Taylor and had several children. Washington, Elizabeth,Mary,Caroline,James,Amelia A. and Jane.He died after 1861. They lived in Richland Township, Scott co. Mo.|
|WINELAND, Andrew||See James Tecothic Ivers|
|WINFIELD, Martha||b. 2-8-1860. This is the information that I have on her birth. I know that she was married to an Andrew Lowe who died in the Oklahoma land run. She then married a Sam Bolton in Arkansas.|
|WINFREY, Lucinda||Carroll Co, b 29 Dec 1795 KY, married Joseph Adkins|
|WINGERTER, Anthony||St Louis, Mo Born May 7, 1886, Died April 1971
Mary St. Louis, Mo Born Oct. 17, 1895 , Died March
1998 Last residence Santa Fe, NM
|WINGFIELD, William||married to Hannah Wingfield Howard County
Found in census 1900, 1910, 1920 for Howard County
Originally from England around 1870 but not sure where they originally settled
|WINGO, George H.||Dallas county before 1920 - married Margaret S. Stafford in 1988. I am looking for record of their children.|
|WINGO, James Gilbert||He was a Dr. and the town they were from was Locksprings, MO. I don't know the county.|
|WINGO, Samantha Faulkner|
|WINKELER||St. Louis - http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Pointe/6755|
|WINKELMEYER||For 30 years I have been collecting information on the Winkelmeyer family.|
|WINKLEBLACK, Andrew||(aka Black) 1813 after 1880 Buchanan|
|WINKLEBLACK, John W.||(aka Black) 1789-aft 1870 Buchanan|
|WINKLEPLECK||I have the Winklepleck Genealogy and will do look ups|
||Joseph Stephen Winkler married
#1 Mary Harmon, #2 Rachel Malinda Hoffman.
|WINN||Minor Hampton, d in Barry Co, MO 1862|
|WINN, Douglas I.||b. 09/11/1788 in KY d. 11/1877 Callaway County, MO|
|WINN, Mary M.
||Trying to find the marriage
records for Elijah Morris, b 1824 VA & Mary M. Winn, b. 1829, VA
they were married somewhere in Missouri. Together they had 5
children: Mary E (born in Missouri, Armenta (born In IA(Eugene,born
- IA,(Ambrose b IA) and Nettie b IA). Elijah lived in and
most likely worked in the Macon, MO coal mines before moving to Iowa.
|WINN, Thomas E.
||wife Mary Cossins Winn. m.
20 May 1853 England. Family
came to U. S. 1839
Settled Morgan Co OH. Thomas b, 1794 England died 1876
Parkersburg, Wood Co, WV. Have lots
more info on WINN/UNDERWOOD/TURNER and more.
||John, Lucretia, Thomas
|WINTER||of Imperial Jefferson Co.|
||Boone, Audrain, and Callaway
William Hicks Coon Winters and Mathilda Florence Harris Winters lived at 3511 Vista Ave St Louis, MO in 1936. William worked as a foreman for H.B. Deals & Co 1208 Olive Street St Louis, MO in 1936. ---- Betty Jane Ritter was born
1929 in Missouri daughter of Henry Ritter and Ella Nora Caroline Haas. ---- Charles Pfingstein ran the Pfingstein Farm in Missouri until his death around 1885. Katherine Weingardt was the wife of Charles Pfingstein and Michael Huch. Elizabeth Pfingstein Huch Haas was Charles Pfingstein's daughter and the wife of Charles Haas.
|WINTERS||Mads & his wife Annie Marie Madison Winters moved to Atchison Co., MO in 1860 and later on to Nodaway Co., living in or around Guilford, MO. They had six children. I know the names of two: John Winters, and James E. Winters (married to Martelia Bradley).|
|WINTERS, Charles Fuller
||born 09/11/1878, Nashville,
Tennessee. No known death date. He is believed to have lived in Kansas
City, MO and died in a bank robbery. He was a security guard at
the bank. Any information would be appreciated. He is my great-uncle.
|WIPKE, Carl Christian||born in Braunschweig,germany,emigrated to U.S.in 1854,settled in Kirkwood,Mo.,died Nov,27,1881|
|WISDOM, Francis||Crawford, Dent, Washington, Franklin, Reynolds|
|WISDOM, Francis||- NANCY HOGG; 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|
|WISDOM, Harrison Henry||HARRISON HENRY WISDOM was born June 24, 1813 in Kentucky, and
January 06, 1891 in Saratoga, Mcdonald Co., Missouri. He married
ANNE TURNER December 21, 1837 in Pike Co., MO, daughter of JAMES TURNER
and POCAHONTAS KYLE. She was born Abt. 1819 in Amherst Co., Virginia,
died June 16, 1880 in Pike Co., MO.
Children of HARRISON WISDOM and VIRGINIA TURNER are:
ANNIE WISDOM, was born January 24, 1848 in Pike Co., MO, and died June 21, 1906 in Pike Co., MO. She married (1) SOLON H. SOUTH. He died Bef. 1885. She married (2) JAMES MORTIMER BLACKWELL June 10, 1885 in Pike Co., MO, son of MUMFORD BLACKWELL and MARY WATERS. He was born July 25, 1846 in Rappahannock Co., Virginia, and died August 29, 1915 in Pike Co., MO.
FRANCES CARROL WISDOM, b. October 25, 1838, Kentucky; d. May 19, 1863, Vicksburg, Warren Co., Mississippi.
MARTIN VAN WISDOM, b. September 1840, Pike Co., MO.
SUE V. WISDOM, b. Abt. 1843; m. WALTER M. PAINE, 1861; b. Of Ohio.
JOSEPHINE HUNTER WISDOM, b. Abt. 1845, Pike Co., MO; m. (1) JOSEPH SOUTH, February 1863, MO; m. (2) W.H. CLOYD, Abt. 1894, Cooke Co., Texas.
MISSOURI WISDOM, b. July 31, 1851; m. C. TERRY.
MAGGIE B. WISDOM, b. May 16, 1854; d. November 23, 1881.
DAVID T. WISDOM, b. January 13, 1863, Missouri; d. February 1894, Texas.
|WISDOM, Henry Harrison||Crawford, Dent, Washington, Franklin, Reynolds|
|WISDOM, James||married Anna Floyd. Lived in Scott, Cape Girardeau, New Madrid Cos. Children were Bertha, Manuel, Dorothy (Doathes), Paul, Mary and James.|
|WISDOM, Joseph||Crawford, Dent, Washington, Franklin, Reynolds|
|WISDOM, Nancy||Crawford, Dent, Washington, Franklin, Reynolds|
|WISDOM, Sargent||Crawford, Dent, Washington, Franklin, Reynolds|
|WISDOM, Thomas||Lived in Randolph, Grundy, and maybe Clinton counties. Buried in Boone county.|
||b. 1804 SC. wife Sarah M.
Bledsoe had 11 or 12
Second Son John Wise also known as William b. 1828
Tennessee 1st wife Emily? B. abt. 1822 (4 children) 2nd wife Mary? B.
abt 1835 (4 children)
James Wesley (Wes) Wise 4th child of (John and Emily) B.
1859 D. 1937 1st wife (?) (1 child Minnie?) 2nd wife Sarah (Sallie)
Ann Wise b. 1862 D. 1946 (4 children)
Sallie had (4 children from previous marriage to a Gardner)
|WISE, John Wesley
||b. abt.1846 in PA Parents &
unknown.Married Nancy Jane Ogan @ Lee Ogan's house in
Cassville, Barry,MO 10Jan 1878 they had 8 children in
Irie or Ira Victor,b.8Feb 1887 in MO
Walter Wise(No info)
Nevada Wise(No info)
Austus Wise(No info)
Eva Wise(No info)
Edith Angeline Wise b.30 Jan 1895 MO
Guy b.Wise 19 MAR 1898 MO
|WISE, William A.||born Mo.1828 died 1915 wives names Martha V.Hildebrand, Sarah Henson,last wife unknown|
|WISNER, John C.||b. ca.. 1870 bp- Milton Pike Co. ILL|
|WITBRODT, Frederick||St. Louis|
|WITCHER, Charles Preston||DOB:22 Sept 1877: Father was Joseph E, Mother was Capitola Story. Brother Named Allie T; Chas married to Susan Christopher|
|WITHAUP, Walter Louis John
||Born to Augusta Schaberg-
Withaup & Louis Withaup in Jefferson City, Mo. on 13 July 1887
Deceased Kansas City, Mo 27 Dec 1971
Wife Pearl Brown-Withaup
Born to Dennis Paul Brown & Dellila Belle Pace-Brown On 22 Dec 1888 in Jefferson City, Mo Deceased Jefferson City, Mo 2 June 194?
Daughters Ethel Edna Withaup-Dannenberg & Opal Withaup-Howard
Grandchildren Johna Lou Dannenberg-Brand & Cynthia Ann Dannenberg-Lash Richard Howard & Gregory Howard
Great grandchildren Lisa Ann Brand-Roller, Victoria Louise Brand-Kurr & 5 Howards
Great great Emily Elizabeth Roller & William David Roller
|WITHINGTON||from St. Louis, Franklin Jefferson and surrounding areas. Name changed several times also Wethington, Whithington. I belong to the Franklin Cty branch.|
|WITHNELL||stone county Missouri|
||1870 census, Cedar County.
Robert and wife Telitha
||married to Mamie Latal and had
two daughters by names of Evelyn and Stella Witt. All lived and were
born in St. Louis, MO.
|WITTER, Marshal B.||This was taken from "History of Adair, Sullivan, Putnam
Counties" publish about 1888, Chicago: THE GOODSPEED PUBLISH CO.
It is about Marshal B. Witter, born 1802, Vermont; died May 27, 1905,
Sullivan County Missouri; he married Marth Sacket, born 1808, died
on Dec. 28, 1828. He was my g-g-g-grandfather.
"The father (of Dr. W.L. Witter) is of English and German ancestry and born in Franklin County, VT., in 1802. He received his education at the common schools and St. Albans Academy, and by close application of his books, at the age of eighteen was competent to teach a district school. He then taught several years, during which time he studied law, and in 1826 was admitted to the bar at St. Albans. He immediately began to practice and in 1834 removed to Paynesville, Ohio, having previously been in Sullivan County. In 1854, he moved to Milan, where he practiced his profession successfully for ten years, but at the end of that time was obliged to retire to private life on account of his age. He was a Republican, and cast his first presidential vote for John Adams in 1824. In 1850, he was first elected justice of the peace and afterward filled that office at different times for twenty years. He served as county attorney of Sullivan County for four years, to which office he was appointed by the county court, and in 1851 was appointed swamp land county commissioner, which office he held fifteen years. He served as mayor of Milan six years, and is a man greatly respected for his high character. He came to Sullivan County one year previous to its organization, when the country was unbroken prairie and has since been a resident of same. He has been a member of the Methodist
Episcopal Church for the past forty years. The mother, Martha (Sackett) Witter, is of German descent and born in Franklin County, in 1808. She is still living, and has been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church for sixty years."
|WODICKA||City of St. Louis|
|WOEBEKING, Frederick||b. 1844 Hannover, Germany
Caroline Woebeking b. 1844
found on 1889-90 Directory of St. Louis at 1524 College Avenue. Grocery Store Owners.
Annie b. 1877 (Pittsburgh, PA) m. Joseph Reichelt of
1606 Biddle Street , 1898
married by A. J. Schilling of Our Lady Perpetual Succor
2011 Linton Avenue, St. Louis.
Mary b. 1879 in Pittsburgh
Charles b. 1889 d. 1889
Frederick d. 1892 Calvary Cemetery
Arthur Albert Anderer b. 1897 d. 1975 (railroad board)
Woebeking, Reichelt and Anderer information needed. All of the College Hill Area.
|WOELFEL, Margaretta||Cole, Co.|
dob. unknown 1867 d.12-31-1947
wife Johanna (nee Lowes) dob. unknown 1874 d. 10-30-1965
daughters Charlotte(Knickmeyer) and Dorthy(Nitschke) all residing in Jennings,area.
||Nodaway Co. from 1850-2000
|WOLF||St. Louis, Franklin|
|WOLF||George, John, William - Lawrence Co., MO about 1820
Am looking for family who came to area from Hopkins Co., KY in 1820. George had a wife and family but do not know any names. John and William were brothers to George. George's parents would have been Michael and Mary Magdalene Hedrik Wolf. They moved to Norfork, AR at the same time George moved to MO.
|WOLF||Looking for ancestors (Christian Wolf, Birthdate:May 28, 1842.)|
||Looking for ancestors coming
from Switzerland to USA (Missouri), Birthdate:May 28, 1842.
|WOLF, Jacob||parents were Henry Wolf and Polly (Mary) Rome Boone moved from Pa. 1800's|
|WOLF, Johann W.||born 1822, married Katherina Schmidt, 3 daughters Katie Heinze, Nettie Gelzhauser, Barbara Schweig, died in St. Louis 1898|
|WOLFENBARGER||Seeking information on Joseph and Lydia Wolfenbarger who were married in Gallia Co. OH in 1847 and then moved to Missouri. Their son James was born in MO in 1850. Other children included Byrd b. 1862 and Launa b. 1864. Other children possible but unknown at this time. James Wolfenbarger m. Carrie LNU and had at least one child, Ruth, b. 1881 in MO.|
|WOLFF, Annie (Logsdon)||wife of Paul Logsdon; mother of Pauline Logsdon; maiden name Wolff|
|WOLFF, Martin F||born 1824 in Prussia, died March 03, 1907 in Pilot Knob, Iron
MO. Married Maria HAPPKE/HOPPKE in 1851 in Schroetz (or Schwetz),
Prussia. Their children: Augusta, Otilie, Carl, Frederika
line), Wilhelmina, Adaline, & Wilhelm.
Web Page: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~celticlady/default.htm
|WOLFFE, Martin F.||Iron|
|WOLLARD, Nathaniel J||Dallas County, Missouri. He was born 10-16-1844. He lived in Dallas county where lived as a farmer and also raised stock. He was known to his friends as "Jack". He fought for the South in the Civil war in Company B, Wood's 14th Battn' Missouri Cavalry. Despite the fact that many men that fought for the South were found and killed upon their return to Missouri, Nathaniel returned to Dallas County after the war and in 1872 was elected Justice of the Peace and served 6 years, when he was elected County Judge of the Southern District of Dallas County. He served as a State Legislator from 1882-1186 as first a Greenback and then a Democrat and was nominated for the state senate but declined. In September 1893, Nathaniel J. Wollard accepted a political appointment by President McKinely as a U.S. Storekeeper at the old Customs House at Olive and 3rd streets in St. Louis, a job once held by U.S. Grant. He was a member of the Masons Doric Lodge No. 900. He married Alice Randles of Dallas county. Their children were Mary, died in infancy; James, John, Moses, Sarah, Robert, Estella, Quincy, died at age 6; Martha, died in infancy; Parmelia; and Omega, died in infancy. He died on March 9, 1914 and is buried in the Wollard Cemetary in Dallas County, Missouri.|
|WOLZ||Nichola Wolz, Sr lived in Gasconade County Missouri , Morrison County. He was a Postmaster who retired in 6-7-1893. His wife Barbara. Nicolas was born in 7-11-1827 and died 1-125-1898. Babrara was born 10-24-1823 died 4-27-1907. There chidern where Phil, John,Joseph, Rosa. and Anna.|
|WOMACK||I am researching any county in East and Central Missouri.|
||b. 11-26-1896 d. 1-27-1915 My gg
mother. Father Henry Wilson, Mother Mary Foster (Forster)
|WOMBLES, James Henry
||He was born March 23, 1805, in
Tennessee; married Elizabeth Evans in Grainger, TN, July 1825.
Had 6 children; died April 22, 1848 In Lincoln, Missouri
||U.S. Navy WW 11
Born Jonestown, Pa. enlisted in Navy Boot Training-Camp Peary, VA.
Basic Engineering-Gulfport, MS.
Class A School-Richmond, VA.
|WOOD||Levi Marion - Cooper, Gentry and Worth Counties. Father Alexander Wood,Sr. mother Nancy North|
|WOOD||(three married to Potters)|
|WOOD||After 1850: Jasper Co, Phelps Co, or Texas Co.; Demise of: Thomas Wood, William C. Wood, Susan C. Wood, Levi L. Wood, Mary E. Wood between 1860 and 1870.|
|WOOD||Mary Ann Axie|
||James Wood November
Died in Texas
Martha Wood - Mattie Wood Feb 3 1876 (married Buck Myrick in Texas)
Also had brothers Robert, Charlie, Dewey, Arthur, William, Walter
Sisters Annie, Lizzie
I think the family moved to Texas. I believe the father (Will?) moved back to Missouri. Father would have been born around 1846-1847? Father died after 1909. Grandson's named William Wood, born in Eastland, Texas.
||Maryville, Nodaway County,
George H. and family.
||or Woods: I am attempting to
locate the daughter of my great-aunt Ruth Thornton(Woods)(Moss). Aunt
Ruth was also married a third time but I don't know the name of her
third husband. She had a daughter by her first marriage (Woods) whose
name is Reola Wood(s). Aunt Ruth died in and is buried in Kansas City,
Missouri. She was born in 1989 in Appanoose County, Iowa and also lived
in Bentonville, Arkansas.
|WOOD, Armsted||born around 1791 in Laurens County South Carolina. He was listed in the 1860 Dallas County Missouri census in the Benton Twp. I believe that he is buried in Dallas County but have not been able to find out where. He married Charity Norman. Children are: John, Mary, William Martin, Nancy, Thomas Bailey, Sara E, Charles W, Louisa Elizabeth, Benjamine F and Silas Wood.|
|WOOD, Daisy Lee (Floyd)||She is buried in the ( New Hope ) cemetery between Marston and Portageville Mo. How do i find her grave sence she has no marker.She was killed by lighting in the year of 1922-23-24-are 25 I don't know the date are year. She does have a baby son Next to her and he has a stone John H. Wood.|
|WOOD, Dora May||Carroll|
||married James Matthew Jones in
1897 in Chicopee, Carter, MO . Edith was only 14 y/o as indicated
in the marriage record, but I cannot find any info on who her parents
are, The marriage record says that permission was given by her
mother so it leads me to believe her father may have been deceased.
|WOOD, Elizabeth||Born in Barren Co., Kentucky.
Spouse: Alexander Thomas
The 1900 Laclede Co. census reflects Elizabeth's father was
In 1855, when Alexander and Elizabeth moved their family
I would like information of Elizabeth's parents and her birth
||Abraham Chesnut and Sallie Ann
Renfro Chesnut lived in West Plains, Missouri, have facts on them but
could use help on
gggfather Frederick Wood and Lucy Chesnut Wood. Frederick's father a W.H.D. Wood. They were married at home of J.D. Wood, who was he? What was he to Frederick? Any help would be appreciated, on Wood family.
|WOOD, George M||Nodaway|
|WOOD, John||& Julia Ann Sims -Wood and their 10
Stephen Lemoyne & wife Harriet Susan Dorser-Wood
Julia Ann Wood, Orrin Patton Wood Cass Co... MO
Martha Elizabeth Wood & husband John Hirum Phillips Laf. CO MO
Isabella Wood & husband Samuel Calvin Shore Lonejack Jackson Co. MO
Emily Ellen Wood & husband George Washington Shore Macon Co. MO
David Lon Wood & wife Ida Bell Prater Cass Co. MO
Twins: John Mac & Leoria Jane Wood, MO
Joseph Ellsworth Wood & wife Sarah Francis Boucher MO
looking for info on this family any help would be appreciated.
|WOOD, John B.
|| from Ky, came to Mo to
Boone Co,Mo in the 1800, He married Christena McHaney in 1823, in Boone
Co ,Mo. Their were two children borned in this marriage, John
Wesley Wood born in Ray, Co,Mo in Feb 10 -1833. and Sarah .Margret Wood
borned in Daviess Co ,Mo April 28. 1837. John B. Wood had two
other children , in Ky. They were Betheny , and William.S, Wood.
|WOOD, John H||Nodaway|
|WOOD, Joseph||m. Elizabeth? f of Avery m. Sina Taylor, William m Elizabeth ?, John m. Martha B., Steven s of William m. Nancy Green, their child Amanda Charlotte Wood is my great grandmother. KY, Indiana, Illinois, Sullivan County, MO by 1850 through 1880.|
|WOOD, Joseph||(Woods) born April 17, 1850 in Missouri.
Joseph married Sarah Ann Pendygraft(pendergrast, pendergraph, pendgraph, pendergrass) on March 9, 187?. She was born on July1, 1858 in Illinois.
Their children were:
Amanda Wood b. 10/14/1876 d. 12/27/1976
William Preston Wood b. 1/22/1879 d. ?
Eudora Wood b. 1/23/1881 d. ?
Nancy E. Wood b. 9/9/1883 d. ?
Ollie Subrina Wood b. 10/26/1885 d. ?
James Thomas Wood b. 10/17/1887 d. after 1969
Mary Ann Wood b. 12/25/1889 d.1/15/1980
Laura Naomi Wood b. 2/18/1892 d. ?
Wynona Fancion Wood b. 8/30/1895 d. 9/7/1983
John Franklin Wood b. 1/25/1898 d. ?
Joseph's parents were James Warren Woods b. @ 1810 KY and Phoebe Hardin b. @ 1812 KY
James and Phoebe were married 12/30(or 31)/1833 in Richmond, Madison Co., KY
His siblings were:
Nancy b @1935 KY
William F. b. @1837 KY
Sally A. b. @ 1839 KY
Thomas b. @ 1841 MO
Hannah b. @ 1843 MO
Valentine b. @ 1844 MO
Lamina b. @ 1847 MO
|WOOD, Joseph Buchannan||born April 17, 1850 in Missouri. Joseph
married Sarah Ann
pendergraph, pendgraph) on March 9, 187?. She was born on July1, 1858
Their children were:
Amanda Wood b. 10/14/1876 d. 12/27/1976
William Preston Wood b. 1/22/1879 d. ?
Eudora Wood b. 1/23/1881 d. ?
Nancy E. Wood b. 9/9/1883 d. ?
Ollie Subrina Wood b. 10/26/1885 d. ?
James Thomas Wood b. 10/17/1887 d. after 1969
Mary Ann Wood b. 12/25/1889 d.1/15/1980
Laura Naomi Wood b. 2/18/1892 d. ?
Wynona Fancion Wood b. 8/30/1895 d. 9/7/1983
John Franklin Wood b. 1/25/1898 d. ?
||Trying locate descendants of Lott Wood died 1827 in Sumner County, TN. Children came to Washington County Missouri around 1830, sons were Charles, John, Whorton, Eli, and Willie Wood.|
|WOOD, Margaret McCarty||Nodaway|
|WOOD, Martin G||Nodaway|
|WOOD, Marry Ann Bedwell||Carroll|
|WOOD, Mary E.||Nodaway|
|WOOD, Robert (Col)||13th Missouri Cavalry Regiment
14th Missouri Cavalry Battalion (as Lt. Col.) moved to Tuscon, AZ after Civil war
|WOOD, Sarah Elizabeth||Lin|
|WOOD, Sarah Jane||Nodaway|
|WOOD, William T.||Carroll|
|WOODALL, Christopher T.||and descendants|
||Born 21 Dec 1802 Iredell, North
Died 1865 Dade Co.
||Born 25 Nov 1805 Clark, Kentucky
Died 25 Mar 1898 Dade Co,
||Born 14 Apr 1825 Maury,
Tennessee to George Johnston Woodard and Eliza McKissick Woodard
Married Eunice Jenett Jerome 1851 Dade Co
Died 8 Jan 1864 Everton, Dade Co.
||born to John Jasper Woodard and
Eunice Jenett Jerome in 1854 in Dade County.
|WOODDILL, William H.
||boarder, age 42 yrs, born Jan.
1858 in Missouri, widowed
||I am looking for the Decendents of Richard Wooderson b.28 nov 1782 in Pa., later moved his family to Daviess co. Mo.|
|WOODMANSEE||Given names include: Ira Moore, Frank Emory, Oliver, Claude. With the exception of Ira, all lived in St. Louis, Mo.|
|WOODS||James Frederick Woods (b. 1854), married
to Elizabeth Ann ?.
Fred Woods (b. 1879)
||Frank woods married to
Louisianna Casey aka Lue & Luzaney m. March 17, 1878.
Louisiana was from Shannon Co. They also lived in St Francois
County. Children Albert F (may have been Herbert), Samuel M, John
A, Walter E (aka William Edward - as it says on his death certificate)
b Jan 28 1892 - census for 1900 sys Jan 1890, Claude, William H
Obit for "Luzaney Wood" said she had 2 daughters Bessie & Lucy. Lucy married J. M Kimmel & lived in Oklahoma & Bessie married Ernest Williams & lived in Belleview MO (Wayne Co)
|WOODS, Anna Veinhage||Home Page|
||born in Indiana married
Catherine ? about 1836. Lived in New Madrid County circa 1850 with 5
children: Margaret A., Susan, Rose Ann, MB and NC (twins)
||(1767 - 1852) & Elizabeth
|WOODS, Bertha||b.12/8/1878 Died.2/8/1960 Kansas . Bertha was reportly from missiouri.Parents names unknown.Bertha married John H Stewart about 1898 to 1900.|
|WOODS, David R||born 1833 Lincoln Co. KY died Bethany,
Harrison Co. MO
Elijah born 1840 Lincoln Co. KY died Princeton, Mercer Co. MO 1911-15 Henrietta born 1810 VA on 1870 Mercer Co. census with Elijah Samantha Jane wd. David R. born 1836 IN died St. Joe, MO Dec. 1923 Frank born 1865 Decator Co. IA in St. Joe 1923 Samantha's obituary Daniel born 1871 Decator Co IA in St. Joe 1923 " "
Jess E. born ?before 1885 in St. Joe 1923 from Samantha's obituary Ida born 1876 IA married MCBRAYER living in St. Joe 1923 Samantha Obi Katy born 1881 IA married LONG living in St. Joe 1923 Samantha's Obit
Jenny (Martha) married ADAIR living in St. Joe 1923 Samantha's Obit.
|WOODS, Helen||Home Page|
||1817-1888 any info
on him and his wives Hannh and martha
jane christian and their children
|WOODS, Louise||Home Page|
|WOODS, Patsey||Boone, Scotland, Howard|
|WOODS, Robert (Col)||13th Missouri Cavalry Regiment 14th Missouri Cavalry Battalion (as Lt. Col.) moved to Tuscon, AZ after Civil war|
|WOODS, Robert Henry||MARRIED MARY WILLIAMS|
|WOODS, Tommy||see Paul E. Doyle listing|
|WOODSON, Joice C.||Callaway|
|WOODWORTH||John Will Woodworth of Tioga, Hancock County, IL. Who married Laura Virginia Foley of Clark County, MO.|
|WOODY, Charles Cornelius|
|WOODY, Elizabeth Malinda|
|WOODY, James Franklin|
|WOODY, John J.|
|WOODY, Margaret Eugenia Alverda||Birth date unknown, died 1927.|
|WOODY, Nancy Jane (Stanfield)|
|WOODY, Nathan Franklin||born june 7, 1868 in Lexington ,MO
--married to Maggie Iona Baxter, b Dec 7 1874 in McFall Mo. They were married Feb 23 1890. I have his father as Nathan Woody b Dec 25, 1841 married to Cynthia Jane Shirley but I have not any other information further back than this on the Woody's or the Shirley's
|WOODY, Pauline||her father was william carl, from gallitan, mo. daviess, co.|
|WOODY, Sarah Jane|
|WOOLARD, Joseph William||born in Lanagan on March 31, 1904. Joplin Area|
|WOOLDRIDGE||St. Genevive, St. Francois, Perry|
|WOOLDRIDGE, John Edward||married Sarah Ann BOWEN|
|WOOLEM, Albert Burette
||b.February 28, 1903 d.October 1987|
||William Higgons (may be spelled Higgins) Wooley and wife Grizzella Wooley (Mitchell). They moved from Garrard County, Kentucky in the late 1840’s. They lived in Grundy County for at least 15 years before moving onto Eugene, Oregon area. My question is that their 10th and last child was born Dec. 18, 1855 and died within a few days – Dec. 27, 1855. I would like to find out the sex of child, if a name was given to the infant, if a grave can be located.|
||b.26 June 1821, Washington Co.
Mo.,d 7 Oct., 1908, Camden Co, Mo. s/o Thomas , b. 1793, Robertson Co.
TN. Daniel was married to Mary Polly Parish, 1842 in Camden
Co.They had five sons and three daughters.
||b abt 1851 Missouri s. Julia Luckey b abt 1855. Looking for these and all ancestors and decendants. Others surnames with these people include: Johnson, Andrews, Lambert, Bell or Ball, Black, Jacobs, Porthoff, Darling, Ridgeway, DeFauw, Buller, Goff, Head, Wagner, Fritts, and many more|
|WOOTEN, Lillie Ann||(Baker Rhodes) Died 1907. Would like to know where she is buried. She lived in New Madrid and Mississippi Co's. Her husband was James P. Wooten.|
|WORKMAN||John L. Workman of IL, arrived in Vernon Co., where he
Elizabeth Price on 18 Nov., 1877. They had two sons in
site of their marriage. Frank Workman was b. 2 Mar., 1879 and
L. Workman was b. 6 Apr., 1880. Both later lived in Springfield,
Greene, MO. Rob't was a realtor and land trader there, operating
Beach Investment Partnership; Frank
married in Springfield. Rob't d. there on 10 Oct., 1940 survived by three children: Norma E., Bobby Lee and Kirby Lee and their mother, Eva Sarah Workman and his second wife Alice Zelmer Workman. Frank d. 15 Jan., 1952, survived by his wife Marietta who continued in this life until February of 1983, in Springfield. Apparently, they were connected to other Workmans in the area and I am trying to link them up.
|WORKMAN, Isaac||Greene Co|
|WORKMAN, Sylvester||Greene Co|
|WORLEY||Given names: Martha Jane, James Marion Sr, James Marion
|WORLEY, Jess Eli||and Mima Maria Wyatt ines. I have a lot of info to share.|
||Worth Co. b 1821 Union Co OH
buried in Grant City Area.. Wife Martha Ann Harshman Worley
||(1779-1840) & Ann Hassell
|WORRELL||In Monroe, Audrain, Montgomery, Pike Cos.
James M., Richard B., Elias,
||researching my grandparents
Esther Belle Worrell and William Allen Hudson beleived to be in Stone
County or in Jasper County, Missouri, late 1800's
||Elisha Worrell m. Sarah Ann
Knott(s). His father Joseph Worrell m Almira Dee
|WORRELL, Francis Marion||Douglas County from about 1884 to 1902
Married Martha Ann Wise, then Sarah Jane (Sallie Ann) Manning
|WORSHAM, George William|
|WORTHEN||Grundy and Ray Counties|
|WORTHINGTON||St. Claire, Henry, Jackson|
|WORTHINGTON||Oceola and Jackson counties|
|WRAUSMAN, Thomas||at one time they lived in Pembry Drive, Chesterfield, St.
|WRAUSMAN, Victoria Ann||(See Above)|
|WREN, Hugh (Ennis?) Brent||Married Ella Watson. Hugh and Ella traveled the Oregon Trail with her parents; John Edward Watson & Albertine Isabella Hannah (Watson) and settled near Port Orchard, WA abt. 1888|
|WREN, Isabelle Wiemer||Lived in and around St.Francois County MO.|
|WREN, James Alfred|
|WREN, James Wesley||Lived in and around St.Francois County MO.|
|WREN, Jesse Lawson||Lived in and around St.Francois County MO.|
|WREN, John C.|
|WREN, Mary (Martin)|
|WREN, Nancy Ellen Lashley||Lived in and around St.Francois County MO.|
|WREN, Sally Ann goodman||Lived in and around St.Francois County MO.|
|WREN, Willet Orlando||Lived in and around St.Francois County MO.|
|WRIGHT||in Texas Co. Living with "MILLER" family in 1910 census. Trying to determine if this is my 3rd gr grandmother, Lucinda (McComas) Wright, widow of James WRIGHT of Jasper Co. IL & earlier Rush Co, IN. James was a M-E minister.|
|WRIGHT||also Bowen, Story, Storie, Yates, Hammon, Gilmore, David, White|
|WRIGHT, Charles B.
||born 1844 in Missouri. Married Matilda Ann Nay in 1890 in Carroll County Arkansas. It is possible he was married before he married Matilda as he is 30 years her senior. He lived in Arkanas for several years. Lived in Joplin MO when he died in 1917, buried in Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas.|
|WRIGHT, Edward Fredrick III
||also known as Preacher Wright or
Old Man Wright. in 1880's thru 1902 in Hawkeye, Pulaski county (near
Crocker) He was the Minister, teacher and store owner. I have info
during the 1880's thru his death in 1903 but need earlier marriage,
children and other. He was born in 1834 in Chilicothe, Ohio and his son
Edward F. Wright III was born in Hawkeye in july 1900
and was my grandfather.
|WRIGHT, George W.
||15th Calvary Mo. enlisted 1863
in Stockton, Mo.
He lived in Vernon county after that and married Mary E. Charles (daughter of Benjamin Charles) in July 1861.
They had several children born while still living in Vernon co. Rosa Ella 1862, Emma Jane(1864). Both at listed as Springville, but I can not locate any town by that name.
Then they seemed to have been in Kansas a short time where one other child was born.
Then back to Tarkio, MO and Rachel Elizabeth was born in 1869.
Then 5 other children born Sherman Grant (1872), Emmett William (1874), Delmar Binem (1876), Arlington Franklin (1880 Springfield), and Mary Esther (1882).
I have been trying to locate the birth records of children and also the marriage record of George. SO far I have had no luck.
|WRIGHT, Gideon||RANDOLPH COUNTY IN 1828, MARRIED REBECCA|
|WRIGHT, James Franklin
||b. 1893 or 1894 in
Cherokee Co., KS. Married Gail G. Williams. Had family in Taney Co.,
MO. around 1850.
|WRIGHT, Jesse||I think he was born in White Plains, MO|
||and Drucilla, Moved from PA to
New Madrid area in 1815 (GG Grandparents)
|WRIGHT, John Chesley||He was born in Chattanooga, TN on March 28, 1866. He died October 8, 1943 at which time he was living in Easton, MO. I am not sure when he came to MO. It was before 1914, as his eldest son was born in Easton, MO 1914.|
|WRIGHT, John Hiram MD
|WRIGHT, John L.
||b. June 1856(7) in Linn,
Missouri, m. Lavina A. (no maiden name), b. 1861. m. #2 Carrie E.
|WRIGHT, John William
||married to Dorothy Amanda
Heinemann.They had 1 child that died John L.Other childern were Robert
L.,John W.,Carol and Linda.John was born Oct.23,1900 in Flat River
Mo.Died in Bonne Terre Mo on Nov.19,1965.Would like any information on
his parents and if he had any brothers or sisters.
|WRIGHT, Martha A.||Cass, Lafayette|
|WRIGHT, Mary Jane||Dade|
|WRIGHT, Nancy Azora|
|WRIGHT, Lucinda||was living with a Charles & Mary OSBORN in Texas Co.
& not a MILLER family (they were next door).
|WRIGHT, Richard C.||Burial, Arnold Cemetery near Wellington - Lafayette Co|
||His parents and any siblings he
may have had. Born 1-21-1893 in West Plains, MO. He married my
grandmother Anna Elizabeth Koester or Koster May 30, 1913 in Weiner,
|WRIGHT, Susan B.||B 1807 PA >South Madrid MO|
|WRIGHT, Thomas||born in St. Lois MO. 1841.Who were his parents?|
||Jefferson County to Webster
|WRIGHT, Thomas B||Dent|
|WRIGHT, Thomas Elijah||born 1847 in ? Died 1925 near Holliday, MO. Children: Laura Alice, Nancy Esther, Olive Blanche, Eva Adeline, John Edmond, Mary Jane. Married first to Sarah Clark, later to Martha Dugan.|
|WRIGHT, Will L.|
|WRIGHT, William A.||DeKalb, 1840s and 1850s land records|
|WRINKLE, James Emery||born about 1864 in TN,to James and Louiza J., married Nancy Adaline Harguess. Migrated back and forth in MO and AR.|
|WRITER, Charles Marion||b 1871 in Fayetteville,Arkansas|
|WUBBENHORST||particularly John Herman Wubbenhorst who was born in Liberty, MO in 1886, and died in Liberty, MO is 1936 during a family feud.|
|WUELLING, Caroline B||12/08/1884 d.01/16/1968. Married Bernard Funke 09/05/1905. Lived in St Charles MO and St Louis Mo.|
|WUERFELE||some came from germany ended up in missouri and kansas|
|WULSER, Peter||Born 22 Jan 1841 in Switzerland, died 20 Oct 1887 in Jefferson City, MO, lived in Jefferson City, MO most of his later life. Fought in the Civil War.|
||1)I am looking for Henry
Wunderlich (b6-24-1851, d 6-18-06) married Martha
(b2-10-1856 d 1-2-24). They had 6 children:
2a)Elsie (b10-1-1877, d 5-17-63)
2b) Henry H (B 10-31-1879 d 12-3-1957) married Minnie (B2-2-1883 d 1-19-64
2c) Joseph A (b 11-30-1882 4-27-1952)
2d) William August (b 8-1-1887 d 3-8-1959) married Lillian Meyer (B2-19-1888
2e) Louis A (B 3-9-1890, d 12-29-1971) married Eleanor (b2-27-1900 d
2f) Clara (b 10-8-1894 d 1-2-1901)
2D) William and Lillian are my great grandparents:
They had 5 children
3A) Marth Wunderlich Just, no children
3B) Ida Wunderlich Hampe, married Al Hampe, one Daughter Lynn Hampe Schwart,
Married James Schwartz, 3 children, Laura, James and Brian.
3C) Lillian Wunderluch Schegula, no children
3D) William Henry Drury b 12-27-1919 d July, 1987, Wife Luanna, Three
Children: Janice, William, Jeanine
3E) Loretta Marie Wunderlich: My grandmother B 1-24-1924, Married Henry
Joseph Drury Sr 6-19-1943.
|WUNSCH||Families connected to Fels Family. St. Louis area|
||Michael & Theresa - St.
Charles Co (St. Peters & St. Charles).
|WYATT, Charles E.
|WYATT, Samuel||b. abt 1820-1830 VA m. Mary DELOZIER, b 1822
Children of Samuel & Mary WYATT
Thomas R. b. 1844 St. Clair Co, MO (probably Gerster)
Joseph Larkin, b. 1849 St. Clair Co, MO (probably Gerster)
Margaret, b. abt 1854 (or earlier)
||there was a family in St.Joseph,
MO in the late 1800's and early 1900's. William M. Wyeth,and Houston
|WYLDE||Joseph Ira 3/11/14 -9/78
Wylde Burlee Ann 3/10/24 - 10/94
They lived in Charleston Mo area for years, Had 4 children Shirley, Gary, Patsy, Loren Ira was the son Of Loren Milton Wylde and Jeanette <?>
Burlee was the daughter Of John Evans and Mamie York Evans. Any information of original birthplaces, ancestors or other family names would be appreciated
||born 1900 Armourdale, Kansas.
Living in Jasper Co., Missouri approx. 1917 to 1923.
|WYMER, Eva||and husband George Haas lived in Adair co. Missouri around 1860 to in the 1870 .|
|WYNES, Henry Clay||IL. Bates, Polk, St. Clair counties, MO|
|WYRICK||I am looking for any info on Othaniel and Hannah Wyrick who
Miller County, MO. in 1840. They are my gg grandparents. Othaniel died
in Seligman, Mo. in 1881 at the home of Vincent Layfayette Wyrick and I
have been unable to find his buriel place. Also I cannot find the
name of Hannah. They had the following children:
who married an Owens and an Earp--Delilah, who married Jessie
Layfayette who married Louisa Davidson, Mary Frances
O'Neal and Mary E. Davis---John Ferrell Wyrick who married Eliza Jane Trent( They are my g grandparents)---Joseph, who married Sharlotta Adams---Eliza Minerva who marred William Wiley Kerr---Agnes Jane Wyrick who married Robert J. Davidson---Paulina Angeline who married James B. Burns---Othaniel Monroe who married Nancy Jane Wyrick, daughter of
Nathaniel Wyrick and Elzabeth Hicks---Mahala T. C. Wyrick who marred Thomas V. Cotton.
||Rose Marie Palozola-Wyrick;
daughter of Marvin J. or Jack Marvin Wyrick. He is buried in Black Jack
Missouri. Seeking information regarding his other children. I believe
he died in 1956 or 57. He and my mother, Marie Lillian
Wyrick-Davis were divorced.
||(b.1876 m. 1897 d. ????)|
||b. abt 1853|
|WYRICK, Marvin Jack
||died about 1957: buried in
Luthern Cemetery, Black Jack Missouri
Was in Civil Aeronautics during ww ll.
2nd marriage to Marie Lillian Davis
1 daughter Rose Marie
(3 children by first marriage,
1 girl, Loretta.
2 boys -names unknown)
|WYSS||Descendants of Christian A. Wyss and Mary Elizabeth Steiner of Moniteau County, MO.|
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