CENSUS RECORDS: He was 3 in 1860.
CENSUS RECORDS: He was 51 in 1900 and said they had been married for 19 years. They were living in Sheridan, Crittenden, Kentucky.
CENSUS RECORDS: She was 53 in 1900 and said she was the mother of 9 children but only 5 were still living.
CENSUS RECORDS: He was 10 in 1900.
She was 9 in 1850 and was attending achool.
NEWSPAPERS: Richmond Conservator, May ? 1897
Death of Mrs. W. H. DOUGLASS Died at her home near Swanwick on Tuesday, May 25th 1897, at five o’clock p. m. Mrs. Orlena PERKINS DOUGLASS, wife of Wm. H. DOUGLASS, after a lingering illness, aged about 50 years. The deceased had been an invalid for a long time and her death was not a surprise to her family and friends. Her maiden name was Orlena PERKINS. She leaves a husband and two daughters, Mrs. Mat CATES of this city and Mr. John PARRY of Hallard. Funeral was preached Wednesday afternoon by Rev. YOUNGEMAN, pastor of the Richmond circuit M. E. church after which the body was buried in the Todd’s Chapel Cemetery. The Conservator joins with the friends of the family in extending sympathy. (File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Shirley Brungardt email@example.com)
CENSUS RECORDS: 4 Sep 1850 District #75, Ray County, Missouri page 318B, family #524/524
WILLIAMS, Robert J. age 25, male, $1000, VA
WILLIAMS, Mary J. age 20, female, MO
WILLIAMS, Juliet F. age 3, female, MO
WILLIAMS, Robert H. age 5/12, male, MO
CENSUS RECORDS: 20 Sep 1860 Richmond Twp, Ray, Missouri page #292, family #1979/1979
WILLIAMS, Robt age 33, male, farmer, $4000 & $3500, VA
WILLIAMS, Jane age 31, female, MO
WILLIAMS, R. H. age 10, male, attends school, MO
WILLIAMS, A. H. age 8, male, attends school, MO
WILLIAMS, Willis age 6, male, MO
WILLIAMS, Lucy age 6/12, female, MO
CENSUS RECORDS: 4 Aug 1870 Richmond Twp, Ray, Missouri page #542, family #292/292
WILLIAMS, R. J. age 44, male, farmer, $7000 & $2000, VA
WILLIAMS, Mary J. age 41, female, keeps house, MO
WILLIAMS, Anderson age 19, male, works on farm, MO
WILLIAMS, Willis age 15, male, works on farm, MO
WILLIAMS, Lucy age 13, female, MO
WILLIAMS, Frank age 4, male, MO
CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Richmond, Ray, Missouri page #401A
WILLIAMS, R. J. Head, age 55, married, Farmer, VA VA VA
WILLIAMS, Mary Wife, age 50, Keeps House, MO KY KY
WILLIAMS, Lucy Dau, age 20, single, MO VA MO
WILLIAMS, Franklin Son, age 14, single, MO VA MO
STONE, Jane Other, age 35, black, Servant, MO MO MO
STONE, Alex Other, age 21, black, Servant, MO MO MO
STONE, William Other, age 8, mulatto, Servant, MO MO MO
STONE, Laura Other, age 6, black, Servant, MO MO MO
STONE, Malinda Other, age 2, black, Servant, MO MO MO
HISTORY: Robert is reported to have fought in the Mormon Wars, but he would have been very young at the time. He is known to have fought in the Mexican War and also served as an officer in the 5th Missouri Volunteers in the Confederate Army during the Civil War.
NOTES: He was one of the executors on the Will of William THORNTON who died in 1872 in Ray County, Missouri. William THORNTON was the granduncle of his wife Mary Jane ADAMS.
She was 1 in 1850.
NEWSPAPERS: Richmond News, 23 January 1933 ----
Death of Mrs. Laura WILLIAMS, widow of the late Major WILLIAMS, died at the Confederate Home at Higginsville at 1 o'clock Sunday morning. She was 82 years old. The funeral service and burial were held at the Confederate Home at 10:30 this morning. Among those who attended were her step-sons, A. E., Frank, and W. B. WILLIAMS, Mrs. Earl LILLARD, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur WILLIAMS, Mrs. Raymond RIVERCOMB and John JACOBS.
From Higginsville, Missouri newspaper ---- Mrs. Laura M. WILLIAMS was born 11 November 1848 in Cedar County, Missouri and died at the Confederate Home 21 January 1933 being at the time of her death 84 years, 2 months and 11 days old. Mrs. WILLIAMS, widow of the late Major Robert Jones WILLIAMS, entered the Confederate Home of Missouri on 20 September 1931 coming here from St. Joseph, Missouri. Before moving to St. Joseph, Mrs. WILLIAMS resided near Richmond, where Major WILLIAMS was one of the largest land owners in Ray County. Since entering this Home, Mrs. WILLIAMS has made many friends because of her refinement and ability to make and hold friends. Mrs. WILLIAMS is survived by one son, Farris J. WILLIAMS of Kansas City and the following grandchildren: Andrew, Laura, Robert and Leroy WILLIAMS also of Kansas City. She is also survived by three step-sons, A. E. and W. B. WILLIAMS of Richmond and F. A. WILLIAMS of Rayville and several nieces and a host of friends.
NEWSPAPERS: Richmond News, 23 October 1957
Rites Saturday for Mrs. May CATES; Died Wednesday Funeral services will be held for Mrs. May O. CATES, 86, native Richmond resident, at 2 p.m. Saturday at Thurman Funeral Home. Officiating will be the Rev. J. O. CRAIG. Burial will be in Sunny Slope Cemetery. Mrs. CATES, who has lived for the past 40 years in Kansas City, Kansas died Wednesday at 8:05 a.m. at the Boone County hospital, Boone, Iowa. She had been taken to the hospital two weeks ago when she became ill while she and her husband, J. Matt CATES, were visiting their granddaughter, Mrs. George DORAN, Ogden, Iowa. Mrs. CATES was born in Richmond 10 September 1871 and lived here until she and her husband moved away 40 years ago. Her parents were William H. and Phoebe Orleana PERKINS DOUGLASS, of Iowa and Alabama, respectively. She was married to Mr. CATES, also of Richmond 15 December 1890. The only other survivor is a daughter, Mrs. Bill KARL of Kansas City, Kansas. (File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Shirley Brungardt firstname.lastname@example.org)
NOTES: Surname is being spelled many different ways over the years, which makes it very difficult to follow the family. Also ages for all the family goes all over the chart as well, which makes it difficult to determine the correct ages.
NOTES: I have not found the name of his first wife yet. However, with the ages of his 3 children in 1860 there could be at least two different mother's for the 3 children listed.
CENSUS RECORDS: 10 July 1860 Division #1l, Livingston, Kentucky page #205, family #146/149
ORRENDER, Stokeley age 54, male, farm laborer, $75, VA
ORRENDER, Josephine age 11, female, KY
ORRENDER, John age 9, male, KY
ORRENDER, George age 3, male, KY
MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Stokley ORRENDER to E. J. ADKINS married by E. F. Lemen art R. Smith's residence in the presence of J. G. Richardson and James Lemen.
MARRIAGE RECORDS: Livingston County, Kentucky
Stokely ORENDUFF to Mrs. Catherine BOZEMAN married by H. B. Edwards at Barney Burns residence in the presence of Harrison Davis, J. W. Clark and Bob Hardin.
CENSUS RECORDS: 2 Aug 1870 Dyers Hill, Livingston, Kentucky page #212, family #245/261
ORENDER, S. age 59, male, farmer, $250, VA (father & mother of foreign birth)
ORENDER, Catherine age 40, female, KY
ORENDER, William age 2, male, KY
BOASEMAN, J. age 14, male, farm laborer, KY
BOASEMAN, William H. age 4, male, KY
NOTES: He was in Crittenden County as early as 1852 when Thomas Killan and Mrs. Sarah Brown were married at his home on 18 May 1852. He was also bondsman for the marriage of Andrew Rhodes and Nancy Jane Starnes on 8 Sep 1853. His name is given as Stokely Orender each time.
CENSUS RECORDS: 4 June 1880 Hurricane Pct, Crittenden, Kentucky page #64, family #61/61
ORRENDER, Stokely head, age 75, farmer, RI RI RI
ORRENDER, Catherine wife, age 51, keeps house, KY VA KY
ORRENDER, William son, age 12, farm laborer, KY RI KY
ORRENDER, Charlie B. step-son, age 18, farm laborer, KY KY KY
ORRENDER, Deller B. step-dau, age 20, keeps house, KY KY KY
(Charlie and Deller are listed with the last name of Orrender, but I imagine their last names are really Bozeman instead.)
She was 11 in 1860.
He was 9 in 1860.
He was 40 in 1850 living in Freedom Twp, Lafayette, Missouri.
She was 36 in 1850.
She was 57 in 1870 living with her son Zachariah.
He was 15 in 1850.
She was 6 in 1850 and was attending school.