Jonathan Oxford- Elizabeth Spurlock
John Oxford born April 09, 1833
(Clay County, Kentucky to Missouri)
Clay County to Missouri from a book entitled; Kentuckians In Missouri, (Including Many Who Migrated By Way of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois), by Stuart Sealy Sprague, Professor of Morehead State University, 1983.The author states that the work is intended "to aid those genealogists looking for Missourians of Kentucky descent." This is information compiled from biographys. The full biography can be found in the source.
Name. Birthdate. Parents / birthplace/ birthdate. source.page. First Mo.Co.Date
Lucretius Baker, 00 000 1809, ---, Va/Va, PETT, 841, --, 1855
Lt. Samuel Baker, 00 000 1826, --, ASPS, 760, Chariton, 1828
Dr. A.D. Clark, 07 Feb 1827, --, RAY, 781, --, 1831
William Cornett, 04 Oct 1806, Robert & Charlotte (Calliham) Va/Va, AUDR, 453, Boone, 1828
Thomas J. Gibson, 13 Nov 1828, --, BUCH, 755, Grundy, 1839
John Hutson, 07 July 1830, Joseph & Margaret (Bowlin), **08/**10,NODA, 535, --, 1839
John Lewis, 31 Mar 1836, Samuel & Lydia (Baker), **/** CLCA, 481, --, --.
William Lewis, 18 May 1820, Samuel, Ky/Ky, DAVI, 806, --, 1857
William M'Cammon, 04 Jan 1811, --, GRUN, 586, --, --.
Perry McCollum, 00 000 1835, Daniel & Lydia (Johnson), Ky06/Ky08, ASPS, 842, Linn, 1855
Judge Jefferson Morrow, 05 Oct 1813, William & Sarah (Jay), Ire/NC, RAMA, 1195, Howard, 1818
John Oxford, 09 Apr 1833, Jonathan & Elizabeth (Spurlock), NC/Ky, DAVI, 762, --, --
T.G. Rogers, 00 000 1841, --, NC/--, HAME, 614, --, --.
Jesse Spencer, 02 Oct 1826, --, JASP, 891, Polk, 1839
Elijah Spurlock, 29 Dec 1842, William & Sally (Hurd), CALI, 669, --, 1865
John T. Summers, 00 000 1842, Mason, NW, 844, --, --.
SOURCES; ASPS History of Adair, Sullivan, Putnam and Schuyler Counties. Chicago: The Goodspeed Pub. Co., 1888. PETT The History of Pettis County, Missouri, Including an Authentic History of Sedalia, Other Towns and Townships, Together with Cuts of Elegant Residences, Portraits of Prominent Citizens...N.pl: n.p., 1882.RAY History of Ray County, Missouri, Carefully Written and Compiled >From the Most Authentic, Official and Private Sources, Including a History of its Townships, Towns, and Villages...St. Louis: Missouri Historical Co., 1881.RAMA History of Randolph and Macon Counties, Missouri, Written and Compiled From the Most Authentic, Official and Private Sources, Including a History of its Townships, Towns, and Villages...St. Louis: National Historical Co., 1884.NW Walter Williams A History of Northwest Missouri...Chicago: The Lewis Pub. Co., 1915.NODA The History of Nodaway County, Missouri, Containing a History of the County, its Cities, Towns, etc., Biographical Sketches of its Citizens, Nodaway County in the Late War...History of Missouri, Map of Nodaway County, etc. St. Joseph, MO.: National Historical Co., 1882.JASP History of Jasper County. Des Moines: Mills, 1883.HAME History of Harrison and Mercer Counties, Missouri. From the Earliest Time to the Present...St. Louis, The Goodspeed Pub. Co., 1888.DAVI The History of Daviess County, Missouri. Kansas City, Missouri: Birdsall & Dean, 1882GRUN.....was not listed CLCA W.H.S. McGlumphy and Carrie Polk Johnston History of Clinton and Caldwell Counties, Missouri. Topeka: Historical Pub. Co., 1923CALI History of Callaway County, Missouri, Written and Compiled from...Official and Private Sources, Including a History of its Townships, Towns, and Villages...Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens... St. Louis: National Historical Company, 1884.BUCH The History of Buchanan County, Missouri, Containing a History of the County, its Cities, Towns, etc., Biographical Sketches of its Citizenz, Buchanan County in the Late War, General and Local Statistics, Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men,...Illustrated. St. Joseph, Mo., Union Historical Company, 1881.AUDR History of Audrain County, Missouri, Written and Compiled from the Most Authentic Official and Private Sources, Including a History of Its Townships, Towns, and Villages. Together with...Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens...St. Louis: National Historical Company, 1884.