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From: 	Sheila Richards sheila@srichards.freeserve.co.uk
Sent: 	Sunday, October 08, 2000 12:32 PM
To: 	William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu
Subject: 	Sarah BLACKSHAW

I have been looking at your website and came across a reference to a
marriage between Granville Addison PEERY and Sarah BLACKSHAW in
Wellsville in 1875.

Do you have any further information on Sarah BLACKSHAW?  I'm pretty
sure she is related to my line of Blackshaws but since they all seemed
to call at least one daughter, Sarah, I can't quite pin-point her...

I am connected to all the BLACKSHAW family that were in that area at
the time.  I am also interested in the family of a George BRUCE in
Wellsville around 1890 and also in the SLEIGHT family.

I'd be grateful for any information on Sarah or on any of these names.

Sheila Richards (London, UK)	sheila@srichards.freeserve.co.uk
http://www.srichards.freeserve.co.uk/genealog.htm

From: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu To: Donna Burry dburry@midamerica.net Subject: Granville and Sarah (Blackshaw) Peery Family Date: Sunday, November 19, 2000 2:19 PM Donna, thanks... I think I will build a family webpage for Granville and Sarah (Blackshaw) Peery... and add to it as I get more information if that happens... in your info you refer to "Burial: Peery-Haislip Cemetery, Montgomery County, MO"... wonder if that cemetery is different from what I have on my website as "Peery Cemetery, Montgomery County, (2 miles East on Rte CC) Wellsville, Missouri" i.e. Cemetery Peery (2 miles East on Rte CC from) Wellsville, Montgomery, Missouri... according to my webpage content the Peery Cemetery does NOT list any Haislip folks within the cemtery... maybe my listing is incomplete or the two cemeteries are different or the name Peery-Haislip refers to landownership of the cemetery?... I do notice that my cemetery listing contains "Peery, Albert Leslie, son of G.A. and S. Peery, died Nov. 15, 1890, aged 7y 11m 27d" which would be the son of Granville Addison and Sarah (Blackshaw) Peery" so must be the same cemetery... I'm wondering if my listing is incomplete or there were tombstones and burials not recorded (April 1976) in my listing because of age and loss of stones over the years... note also that Roger Hayes states that he thinks Fielding and Eliza Jane (Peery) Hays are also buried there (as for sure four of their children are)... btw is your genealogy info online on the Internet?... if so what is the URL to get to it?... Bill Bishop http://mlug.missouri.edu/~wbishop/ -----Original Message----- From: DONNA BURRY dburry@midamerica.net To: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu Date: Sunday, November 19, 2000 1:08 PM Subject: Re: Maud Burwell This is all I have on Sarah Blackshaw Peery. Donna Descendants of Sarah Blackshaw Generation No. 1 1. SARAH1 BLACKSHAW was born 1855 in MO. She married GRANVILLE PEERY, son of ALBERT PEERY and MARY BISHOP. He was born 1849 in Montgomery County, MO. More About GRANVILLE PEERY: Burial: Peery-Haislip Cemetery, Montgomery County, MO Child of SARAH BLACKSHAW and GRANVILLE PEERY is: i. ALBERT LESLIE2 PEERY, d. 15 November 1890, Montgomery County, MO. More About ALBERT LESLIE PEERY: Burial: Peery-Haislip Cemetery, Montgomery County, MO
From: Jerry Cowley jbcowley@rmci.net To: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu Subject: Blackshaw line Date: Saturday, December 02, 2000 11:17 PM I suspect you may have heard from Sheila Richards in the UK by now. She discovered the Blackshaw connection on your page and sent 'round a note to several of us working on this line. She and I are both descendents of Edward Blackshaw and Maria Daybell who emigrated from Lincolnshire England to Missouri in the mid 1800s. Edward died shortly after arriving. Sheila's line stayed in England. Mine drifted on west to Utah and Idaho. There are several of us collaborating on the Blackshaw and affiliated lines if you are interested. There are three in England (UK) and some of us in California, Arizona, on the east coast, etc. We've recently come into some old, primarily unidentified pictures that involve the Blackshaw line. They are posted on Sheila's web page at http://www.srichards.freeserve.co.uk/genealog.htm See if there's anyone you recognize. :-) Jerry in Idaho
From: Jerry Cowley jbcowley@rmci.net To: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu Subject: Re: Blackshaw line Date: Sunday, December 03, 2000 9:31 AM Do you have full birth and death dates for Granville Addison Peery, Sarah Blackshaw or their son Leslie? Sarah Blackshaw Peery was the sister of Robert Dayball Blackshaw and daughter of Robert & Anna Blackshaw. Robert was born Jan. 1833 in Lincolnshire, England and died between 1876 and 1897 in Montgomery County Missouri as nearly as we've been able to tell. Ann or Anna was probably Anna Haywood (some sources say name may be Dayball--another name related to the line -- or she could have married twice) born around 1835 in the area of Montgomery County and died July 1897. Robert and Ann(a) had 9 children: Sarah, Elizabeth, Hannah, Alice, Ann M., Joseph, Samuel, Robert Dayball, and Fred. And, is Wellsville in Montgomery County? It would appear so.
From: Jerry Cowley jbcowley@rmci.net Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2000 7:03 PM To: William F Bishop Subject: Re: Sarah BLACKSHAW Bill, yes, this is our track. I've corresponded with Sheila for a couple of years now. She's a wonder. There are about six or seven of us who have come to this line from different dirrections. We share what we find because the information is rather sketchy, but definitely there. Granville Peery is also in the IGI as Gran Peery, as I recall. Many of these Blackshaw lines at one point or another converge in Montgomery County once they left Lincolnshire. Then they spread out again. So many estimated dates and places! Anyway, Sheila and a couple of others research in England and the rest of us follow tracks through the Internet, family history libraries, and such. Well, we all Internet, actually. That's how we all got together. We also have one contact who just picked up her grandfather's records and is trying to sort things out. My ggg grandmother was Elizabeth Frances Blackshaw, daughter of Edward Blackshaw and Maria Dayball/Daybell/Dabell. She and William Waring married, probably in Nobnester City, MO. She died in Berdan, Greene, Illinois at the home of her brother, Joseph Blackshaw. The AF and IGI do not show her as the daughter of Edward and Maria. Sheila and I linked that up. There's an Elizabeth on the family census and baptismal records in England with the same birthday and place as she. When I found out more about her death, we knew. And so it goes. I was on the Montgomery County mailing list for years and finally signed off for a bit. We connect to the names Sleight, Dayball, and Bruce, among others. The family naming patterns are strong in this line. Many Roberts, Edwards, Sarahs, Elizabeths, Hannahs, Josephs, Samuels, Freds, Mary/Marias, and so on, as your preview of the familysearch site shows. It makes likely associations spottable, but we don't always know which is whom for awhile. We appreciate your interest. Jerry >From: Sheila Richards sheila@srichards.freeserve.co.uk >Sent: Sunday, October 08, 2000 12:32 PM >To: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu >Subject: Sarah BLACKSHAW >I have been looking at your website and came across a reference to a >marriage between Granville Addison PEERY and Sarah BLACKSHAW in >Wellsville in 1875. >Do you have any further information on Sarah BLACKSHAW? I'm pretty >sure she is related to my line of Blackshaws but since they all seemed >to call at least one daughter, Sarah, I can't quite pin-point her... >I am connected to all the BLACKSHAW family that were in that area at >the time. I am also interested in the family of a George BRUCE in >Wellsville around 1890 and also in the SLEIGHT family. >I'd be grateful for any information on Sarah or on any of these names. >Sheila Richards (London, UK) sheila@srichards.freeserve.co.uk >http://www.srichards.freeserve.co.uk/genealog.htm Sheila, was doing some FamilySearch and found the following which seems to be the kind of information you are seeking... :-)... the IGI record shows Sarah Blackshaw's parents as Robert and Anna (unknown) Blackshaw and identifies eight siblings... this would appear to be the same Sarah Blackshaw as married Granville Addison Peery since Sarah is located in Montgomery County, Missouri, and was born about 1854 in both instances... let me know the value if any of this information... ref Friends of Bishop Genealogy, Updates Dec 00, 12/07/00 item... thanks... Bill Bishop http://mlug.missouri.edu/~wbishop/index.html IGI http://www3.familysearch.org/Search/searchigi.asp Husband's Name Robert BLACKSHAW (AFN:240Q-Z1K) Born: Jan 1833 Place: , Lincoln, England Christened: 31 Jan 1833 Place: Swineshead, Lincoln, England Died: Bet 1876-1897 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri Married: Abt 1853 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri Father: Edward BLACKSHAW (AFN:BW14-87) Mother: Maria DAYBELL (AFN:2PRB-PV) Wife's Name Anna (AFN:240Q-Z2R) Born: Abt 1835 Place: England Died: Jul 1897 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri Buried: 20 Jul 1897 Place: , Montgomery, Missouri Married: Abt 1853 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri Father: Mother: Children 1. Sex Name F Sarah BLACKSHAW (AFN:240Q-Z30) Born: Abt 1854 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri 2. Sex Name F Elizabeth BLACKSHAW (AFN:240Q-Z46) Born: Abt 1856 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri 3. Sex Name F Hannah BLACKSHAW (AFN:240Q-Z5D) Born: Abt 1859 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri 4. Sex Name F Alice BLACKSHAW (AFN:240Q-Z6L) Born: Abt 1861 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri 5. Sex Name F Ann M BLACKSHAW (AFN:240Q-Z7S) Born: Sep 1864 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri 6. Sex Name M Joseph E BLACKSHAW (AFN:BQBB-FH) Born: Jul 1868 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri 7. Sex Name M Samuel BLACKSHAW (AFN:240Q-Z97) Born: Abt 1871 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri 8. Sex Name M Robert D BLACKSHAW (AFN:240Q-ZBF) Born: Aug 1874 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri 9. Sex Name M Fred BLACKSHAW (AFN:240Q-ZCM) Born: Abt 1875 Place: Of Montgomery Co., Missouri
From: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu To: Jerry Cowley jbcowley@rmci.net Subject: Re: Sarah BLACKSHAW Date: Sunday, December 10, 2000 10:32 PM Jerry, located a Keith Holloway in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, at a different postal address... and found an email address to boot... :-)... will copy Keith on this email... perhaps he will be able to shed some light about the relationship of the Blackshaw and Nation family lines in Montgomery County, Missouri... in particular has he any knowledge of Clarence Nation and wife Mary Ann Blackshaw married on 23 Nov 1910 in Wellsville, Montgomery County, Missouri... bet he will be a bit surprised to get this email... :-)... ttyl... Bill Bishop http://mlug.missouri.edu/~wbishop/ -----Original Message----- From: Jerry Cowley jbcowley@rmci.net To: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu Date: Sunday, December 10, 2000 8:35 PM Subject: Re: Sarah BLACKSHAW Bill, here is the submitter on that William E. Nations file you looked at. Jerry KEITH HOLLOWAY 3515 PhEASANT COVE DRIVE CAPE GIRARDEAU MO ----- Original Message ----- From: William F Bishop To: Jerry Cowley Sent: Sunday, December 10, 2000 6:52 PM Subject: Re: Sarah BLACKSHAW Jerry, hadn't occurred to me yet that Fred Nation's father, Albert L Nation, might be named Albert Leslie Nation... which is the same given name as the Granville Addison and Sarah (Blackshaw) Peery Family son, Albert Leslie Peery (1882-1890)... thus the possible connection seems to grow stronger... so let us add to our "facts"... Bill Bishop Analysis (from the facts hopefully): * Granville Addison Peery (1850-1943) had sister named Mary A (Peery) Nation (1854-). * Clarence Nation (abt1887-) born in Wellesville, Montgomery, Missouri. * Clarence Nation, nephew, reared from childhood by Mr and Mrs.[Granville&Eliza?] Peery. * Mrs. [Mary] Nation, preceded him [Granville] in death several years ago [from 1943 obit] [suggests sister Mary (Peery) Nation died while son Clarence still young] * Granville lived with nephew Clarence Nation after 1935. * Clarence Nation married Mary Ann Blackshaw on 23 Nov 1910 in Wellesville, Montgomery, Missouri. * Mary Ann Blackshaw (1891-) born in Wellsville to Joseph Edward Blackshaw & Frances Ellen Whitehead. --- * William E Nation (1823-) married Egripna Holloway (1828-) in 1848 in Pittsfield, Pike, Illinois. * John Nation (1849-) born to William Nation and Egripna Holloway in Pike, Illinois [apparently brother to Albert L Nation]. * Albert Leslie Nation (1857-) was born in Pike, Illinois, to William Evermont Nation & Egripny Holloway. * Albert L Nation married Hanna unknown about 1886 in Missouri. * Fred Nation (abt1900-) born Appleton City, St Clair, Missouri, to Albert L Nation & Hannah unknown * Fred Blackshaw Nation (-1918) of US Navy died; father Nation unknown Appleton City, Missouri. Questions (needs further research): 1) If so how does Albert Leslie Nation (1857-) relate to Albert Leslie Peery (1882-1890)? 2) Did Clarence (abt1887-) Nation and Mary Ann Blackshaw (1891-) married 1910 have children? 3) Could Clarence Nation (abt1887-) be the son of Albert L Nation and Hanna unknown (married abt1886)? 4) Who were Clarence Nation's parents? ---------------------------------------------------------------- William E. NATION Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: Egripna HOLLOWAY Marriage: 25 May 1848 Pittsfield, Pike, Illinois ---------------------------------------------------------------- Husband's Name William E. NATIONS (AFN:1GH7-V8M) Born: ?? 1823 Place: Indiana Died: After 1850 Place: Married: 25 May 1848 Place: Pittsfield, Pike Co., Ill Father: Mother: Wife's Name Egryphnena HOLLOWAY-NATIONS (AFN:1GH7-V9T) Born: ?? 1828 Place: Kentucky Died: After 1850 Place: Pike Co., Ill Married: 25 May 1848 Place: Pittsfield, Pike Co., Ill Father: Unknown Pike Co., Ill HOLLOWAY (AFN:1GH7-KQ0) Mother: Sarah (?Maiden) HOLLOWAY (AFN:1GH7-KR6) Children 1. Sex Name M John NATIONS (AFN:1GH7-VB2) Born: ?? 1849 Place: Pike Co., Ill Died: After 1850 Place: Pike Co., Ill Census ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- -----Original Message----- From: Jerry Cowley jbcowley@rmci.net To: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu; Sheila Richards sheila@srichards.freeserve.co.uk Date: Sunday, December 10, 2000 5:14 PM Subject: Re: Sarah BLACKSHAW From IGI. I'm not sure we have the full info here, but is there something that helps? Jerry Clarence NATION Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: Mary Ann BLACKSHAW Marriage: 23 Nov 1910 Fred NATION Sex: M Event(s): Birth: Abt. 1900 Appleton City, St. Clair, Missouri Parents: Father: Albert L. NATION Mother: Hannah Albert Leslie NATION Sex: M Event(s): Birth: 26 Feb 1857 Pike, Illinois Parents: Father: William Evermont NATION Mother: Egripny HOLLOWAY Albert L. NATION Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: Hannah Marriage: Abt. 1886 Of, , Missouri Wellesville, Montgomery, Missouri ----- Original Message ----- From: William F Bishop To: Sheila Richards Cc: Jerry Cowley ; William F Bishop Sent: Sunday, December 10, 2000 10:58 AM Subject: Re: Sarah BLACKSHAW Sheila, using info from Ancestry.com, FamilySearch.com, Albert George and Mary Elizabeth (Bishop) Peery Family and Obituary Granville Addison Peery, Wellsville, Missouri, 4 Apr 1943, pulled together the below information that seems to be or may be related... haven't looked at Jerry Crowley's most recent Blackshaw info prior to this analysis but might shed further light... will send this off for the record, then check what she has to offer... (I think this is called "sticking my neck out")... :-)... Bill Bishop Analysis (from the facts hopefully): * Granville Addison Peery (1850-1943) had sister named Mary A (Peery) Nation (1854-). * Clarence Nation (abt1887-) born in Wellesville, Montgomery, Missouri. * Clarence Nation, nephew, reared from childhood by Mr and Mrs.[Granville&Eliza?] Peery. * Mrs. [Mary] Nation, preceded him [Granville] in death several years ago [from 1943 obit] [suggests sister Mary (Peery) Nation died while son Clarence still young] * Granville lived with nephew Clarence Nation after 1935. * Clarence Nation married Mary Ann Blackshaw on 23 Nov 1910 in Wellesville, Montgomery, Missouri. * Mary Ann Blackshaw (1891-) born in Wellsville to Joseph Edward Blackshaw & Frances Ellen Whitehead. --- * Fred Nation (abt1900-) born Appleton City, St Clair, Missouri, to Albert L Nation & Hannah unknown * Fred Blackshaw Nation (-1918) of US Navy died; father Nation unknown Appleton City, Missouri. Questions (needs further research): 1) If so how is Fred Blackshaw Nation (and father Albert L Nation) related to Clarence Nation? 2) Did Clarence and Mary Ann (Blackshaw) Nation have children? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Albert George and Mary Elizabeth (Bishop) Peery Family Son: Granville Addison Peery (1849-1943) (m1875 Sarah Blackshaw, Wellsville, MO) Dau: Mary A Peery (1854-?) (m ? Nation) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Obituary Granville Addison Peery, Wellsville, Missouri, 4 Apr 1943 place of the former's birth, until Mrs. Peery passed away May 8, 1935.Since then Uncle Gran, made his home with his nephews, Brove and Add Peery,and Clarence Nation, a nephew who was reared from Childhood by Mr. and Mrs.Peery. Mr. Peery was the last surviving child of a family of seven. His three brothers, Charles, Joseph, David and two sisters, Mrs. Fielding Haysand Mrs. Nation, preceded him in death several years ago. He is survived by -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ancestry.com CLARENCE NATION Request Information SSN 494-42-8791 Residence: 63384 Wellsville, Montgomery, MO Born 20 Oct 1886 Last Benefit: Died Mar 1966 Issued: MO (1955 And 1956) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FamilySearch.com Fred NATION Sex: M Event(s): Birth: Abt. 1900 Appleton City, St. Clair, Missouri Parents: Father: Albert L. NATION Mother: Hannah -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FamilySearch.com Albert L. NATION Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: Hannah Marriage: Abt. 1886 Of, , Missouri -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FamilySearch.com Clarence NATION Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: Mary Ann BLACKSHAW Marriage: 23 Nov 1910 Wellesville, Montgomery, Missouri -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FamilySearch.com Clarence NATION Sex: M Event(s): Birth: Abt. 1887 Wellesville, Montgomery, Missouri -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FamilySearch.com Mary Ann BLACKSHAW Sex: F Event(s): Birth: 9 Mar 1891 Wellesville, Montgomery, Missouri Parents: Father: Joseph Edward BLACKSHAW Mother: Frances Ellen WHITEHEAD -----Original Message----- From: Sheila Richards sheila@srichards.freeserve.co.uk To: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu Date: Sunday, December 10, 2000 1:43 AM Subject: Re: Sarah BLACKSHAW >...snip... >Meanwhile, you will have seen that Jerry has just found information on >Ancestry.com. Can you shed any light on this one? I'm sure it has >close links with your line (Mary Ann BLACKSHAW m Clarence NATION) but >I can't quite work it out... > >Naval deaths WWI >Nation Fred Blackshaw U.S.S. Oklahoma Oct.31,1918 bronchial pneumonia >Albert Nation father Appleton City,Mo. Kansas City,Mo. >gunners mate,third class U.S.Navy >...snip...
From: Jerry Cowley jbcowley@rmci.net To: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu Subject: Re: Sarah BLACKSHAW Date: Friday, December 22, 2000 4:40 PM Bill, The Edward Blackshaw familly and some of the Sleights and Daybells evidently first came to the United States as converts to the LDS (Mormon) religion. http://www.xmission.com/~nelsonb/pioneer_search3.htm is a good, searchable database, and there are other sources. This is not an inclusive list, but compiles names from several sources, including the Perpetual Immigration Fund's debtors. (Those who borrowed money from their church to emigrate.) They all emigrated after the major emigration of the LDS people from Missouri and Illlinois to the west (Utah) which began, I believe, about 1847. Some of the members emigrated west later and some remained in the midwest. For example, in the case of Elizabeth Frances Blackshaw Waring, her surviving husband and children didn't emigrate west until after 1879. Then they spread out from northern Utah into Idaho and Wyoming, as nearly as I can tell, and on. So I follow both family name patterns and patterns of movement. We now also know that back in England, one earlier family's children was split after the death of their mother and some found the US through Australian and Canadian routes. (Lincoln to Nottingham). Anyway, you may wish to explore this database if you suspect any tie-ins. Here are some lists for Blackshaw, Sleight, Daybell, and Nation. Blackshaw, Alice, 1849, NA, Zetland, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200161 Blackshaw, Edward, 1849, NA, Zetland, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200161 Blackshaw, Elizabeth, 1849, NA, Zetland, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200161 * my ggg grandmother Blackshaw, Hannah, 1849, NA, Zetland, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200161 Blackshaw, Joseph, 1849, NA, Zetland, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200161 Blackshaw, Maria, 1849, NA, Zetland, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200161 Blackshaw, Maria, 1849, NA, Zetland, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200161 Blackshaw, Mary, 1849, NA, Zetland, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200161 Blackshaw, Robert, 1849, NA, Zetland, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200161 Sleight, Mary Ann, 1860, 36, Warren Walling, Journal History after 31-Dec-1860 p. 7-12 film 1259746 Sleight, Thomas, 1854, NA, Germanicus, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200178 25690 Sleight, Thomas, 1860, 27, Warren Walling, Journal History after 31-Dec-1860 p. 7-12 film 1259746 George and Henry both married into the Blackshaw line. They had to have come earlier. Daybell, Agnes, 1866, NA, John Bright, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175622 25692 Daybell, Annie Price, 1864, 6, NA, LDS Biographical Encyclopedia, Vol. 3, Page 58 Daybell, Elizabeth, 1864, NA, General McClellan, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175598 25691 Daybell, Elizabeth Draper, 1864, 8, NA, LDS Biographical Encyclopedia, Vol. 3, Page 89 Daybell, Finity, 1864, NA, General McClellan, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175598 25691 Daybell, Finity and family, 1864, NA, William S. Warren, Deseret News 17-Aug-1864 Vol. 13 p. 369 film 26590 Daybell, George, 1864, NA, General McClellan, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175598 25691 Daybell, Margaret, 1866, NA, Samuel D. White, Deseret News 16-Aug-1866 Vol. 15 p. 289 film 26590 Daybell, Margaret, 1866, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Daybell, Mary, 1864, NA, General McClellan, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175598 25691 Daybell, Mary A., 1866, NA, Samuel D. White, Deseret News 16-Aug-1866 Vol. 15 p. 289 film 26590 Daybell, Mary A., 1866, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Daybell, Mary H., 1866, NA, John Bright, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175622 25692 Daybell, Robert, 1866, NA, Samuel D. White, Deseret News 16-Aug-1866 Vol. 15 p. 289 film 26590 Daybell, Robert, 1866, NA, John Bright, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175622 25692 Daybell, Sarah, 1864, NA, General McClellan, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175598 25691 Daybell, Susannah, 1863, 15, NA, Our Pioneer Heritage, Vol. 3, Page 106 microfiche 6049777 Daybell, Susannah, 1863, NA, Amazon, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175586 25691 Daybell, William, 1864, NA, General McClellan, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175598 25691 Nation, Mary, 1861, NA, Underwriter, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175567 25691 There are also several entries under the surname Bishop. [added list - wfb] Bishop, Alice, 1851, NA, NA, Roster found in Heart Throbs of the West, Volume 12, Pages 429-463 Bishop, Alice, NA, NA, NA, LDS Biographical Encyclopedia, Vol. 4, Page 105 Bishop, Ann, 1853, NA, Jersey, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200173 25690 Bishop, Eliza Pratt, 1848, NA, NA, Roster found in Heart Throbs of the West, Volume 9, Pages 469-521 Bishop, Elizabeth, 1855, NA, Juventa, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 419652 25690 Bishop, Elizabeth, 1855, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Bishop, Elizabeth, 1866, NA, Caroline, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175623 25692 Bishop, Elizabeth, 1866, NA, Caroline, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175623 25692 Bishop, Elizabeth, 1866, NA, American Congress, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175624 25692 Bishop, Elizabeth, 1866, NA, American Congress, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175624 25692 Bishop, Elizabeth, 1868, NA, Colorado, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175655 25692 Bishop, Elizabeth A., 1868, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Bishop, Frederick J., 1861, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Bishop, George, 1866, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Bishop, George, 1866, NA, Caroline, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175623 25692 Bishop, George, 1866, NA, American Congress, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175624 25692 Bishop, George, 1868, NA, Emerald Isle, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175654 25692 Bishop, George, 1868, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Bishop, George, 1868, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Bishop, George, 1868, NA, John G. Holman, Deseret News Vol. 17 p. 266 microfilm 26591 Bishop, George Jr, 1865, NA, Belle Wood, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175608 25692 Bishop, George and wife, 1868, NA, William S. Seeley, Deseret News Vol. 17 p. 227 microfilm 26591 Bishop, James, 1853, NA, Falcon, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200174 25690 Bishop, James, 1856, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Bishop, James, 1866, NA, Caroline, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175623 25692 Bishop, James, 1866, NA, American Congress, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175624 25692 Bishop, James, 1868, NA, Edward T. Mumford, Deseret News Vol. 17 p. 257 microfilm 26591 Bishop, Jane, 1862, NA, William Tapscott, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175576 25691 Bishop, Jane, 1862, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Bishop, John H., 1866, NA, Caroline, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175623 25692 Bishop, John H., 1866, NA, American Congress, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175624 25692 Bishop, Joseph, 1865, NA, Belle Wood, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175608 25692 Bishop, Lydia, 1868, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Bishop, Mary, 1852, NA, Kennebec, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 200169 25690 Bishop, Mary, 1855, NA, Juventa, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 419652 25690 Bishop, Mary, 1855, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Bishop, Mary A., 1866, NA, Caroline, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175623 25692 Bishop, Mary A., 1866, NA, American Congress, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175624 25692 Bishop, Mary Eliz., 1848, 7, NA, Roster found in Heart Throbs of the West, Volume 9, Pages 469-521 Bishop, Susan, 1866, NA, Caroline, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175623 25692 Bishop, Susan, 1866, NA, American Congress, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175624 25692 Bishop, Theresa, 1866, NA, American Congress, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175624 25692 Bishop, Theresa, 1866, NA, Caroline, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175623 25692 Bishop, Vesta Lucetta, 1848, 5, NA, Roster found in Heart Throbs of the West, Volume 9, Pages 469-521 Bishop, William, 1855, NA, NA, Perpetual Emigration Fund (Book)-Microfilm 25686 Bishop, William, 1855, NA, Juventa, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 419652 25690 Bishop, William, 1855, NA, Richard Balantyne, Deseret News Vol. 5 p. 215 microfilm 026588 Bishop, William H., 1848, 27, NA, Roster found in Heart Throbs of the West, Volume 9, Pages 469-521 Bishop, Wm. Sylvanus, 1848, 3, NA, Roster found in Heart Throbs of the West, Volume 9, Pages 469-521
From: Jerry Cowley jbcowley@rmci.net To: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu Subject: Re: Sarah BLACKSHAW Date: Saturday, December 23, 2000 10:57 AM Could be, could certainly be. Particularly after they lost their father so suddenly. We've no direct information on his wife, Maria Dayball Blackshaw's death, either. She may have found it hard to leave his grave and so her children found it hard to leave her. I'm also told that there were people in the Missouri and Illinois sympathetic enough to hide folks and help them stay around. (the Reorganized LDS, for example.) But that would make more sense if they were already friends and neighbors, not recent emigrants. From my study, the sense of "center place" or a Zion in Jackson County, Missouri, was also strong and would have made it hard to leave for some. They had emigrated to come to Zion. It appears that William Waring more or less had to cut ties with Elizabeth's Blackshaw's family to come west after her death, given communication in those days. My gg grandfather only knew her maiden name, nothing else. But I've also discovered that William's half-brother, John Carver, with whom he emigrated, was also in Utah. People seek their own families out in times of stress. I find myself wishing someone had kept a journal. Claudia Clarke has had access to some letters in a museum in Cedar City, Utah, but they gave no clue. I've sent off a bio for Elizabeth Blackshaw to Sheila. She may be able to get it onto her web site during the holidays. It's mostly derived from dates, the letters and writings of others aboard the Zetland, and a tiny scrap we've found here and there. ----- Original Message ----- From: William F Bishop To: Jerry Cowley Sent: Saturday, December 23, 2000 8:59 AM Subject: Re: Sarah BLACKSHAW Jerry, for general public viewing by anyone interested in digging far enough, have placed the below information in Friends of Bishop Genealogy webpage Notes Granville Addison and Sarah (Blackshaw) Peery Family with the addition of the Mormon list of Bishop names found on the database... just curious, wonder if some people converted to the Mormon religion just to be able to fund the move to America and maybe were not too serious about being a Mormon?... certainly a lot of Bishop names on the list... Bill Bishop http://mlug.missouri.edu/~wbishop/ ...snip...
From: Sheila Richards sheila@srichards.freeserve.co.uk To: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu Subject: Re: Nobnester city Date: Sunday, December 24, 2000 5:19 AM I found these on FamilySearch - siblings for Fred! Clyde W. NATION Sex: M Event(s): Birth: Abt. 1887 Missouri Parents: Father: Albert L. NATION Mother: Hannah ----- Dorothea B. NATION Sex: F Event(s): Birth: 14 Oct 1889 Appleton City, St Clair, Missouri Parents: Father: Albert L. NATION Mother: Hannah ----- Ira NATION Sex: M Event(s): Birth: 27 May 1882 Missouri Parents: Father: Albert L. NATION Mother: Hannah ----- Also;- Clarence Charles NATION Sex: M Event(s): Birth: 20 Oct 1886 Appleton City, St Clair, Missouri Parents: Father: John Robert NATION Mother: Mary Ann PEERY So far it also ties in with Julie's tree - and Elizabeth & Hannah were the two sisters that I couldn't trace. I agree that I'd be happier with more evidence but I think it is pointing the right way :) Best wishes Sheila -----Original Message----- From: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu To: Sheila Richards sheila@srichards.freeserve.co.uk Date: 24 December 2000 03:44 Subject: Re: Nobnester city >Sheila, ... don't dispute the analysis... just looking >for more confirmation... seems a likely event that brothers might marry >sisters in Montgomery County, Missouri, in the latter 1800s... with >families of 10 or 12 children and a brother marries a woman of a family... >the other brothers are going to come to know the sisters of the woman >married... nature will take it's course... and sometimes brothers will >marry sisters!!!... :-)... makes perfect sense to me... Bill Bishop > >>-----Original Message----- >>From: Sheila Richards sheila@srichards.freeserve.co.uk >>To: William F Bishop wbishop@mlug.missouri.edu; Jerry Cowley jbcowley@rmci.net >>Date: 23 December 2000 23:21 Subject: Re: Nobnester city >> >>>From looking at Julie's tree I would say that >>> >>>>Son: Granville Addison Peery (1849-1943) (m1875 Sarah 'Sallie' >>>>Blackshaw, Wellsville, MO) >>>>Dau: Mary A 'Mollie' Peery (1854-1887) (m1872 John R Nation) >>>Parents of Clarence Charles Nation >>> >>>>Son: David Gordon Peery (1856-1938) (m Eliza Blackshaw) >>>This is Elizabeth Blackshaw - sister to Sarah 'Sallie' (above) >>> >>>A third sister, Hannah Blackshaw, married Albert Leslie Nation >>>(brother of John Robert -above) and these were the parents of Fred >>>Blackshaw Nation >>> >>>Therefore Fred & Clarence NATION were first cousins... and Albert L >>NATION is an Uncle by marriage to Albert L PEERY... >>> >>>Sheila Richards (London, UK) sheila@srichards.freeserve.co.uk >>>http://www.srichards.freeserve.co.uk/genealog.htm