1 edition of Papers of William King, 1849 - 1866, Barry County, Missouri to Johnson County, Texas found in the catalog.
Papers of William King, 1849 - 1866, Barry County, Missouri to Johnson County, Texas
|Statement||compiled by Merry Herdman Allen.|
|Contributions||King, William M., Allen, Merry Herdman.|
|LC Classifications||F472.B27 P36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||73 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||79123242|
This book is a biographical view of Johnson and Hill counties and their history. The book uses many narratives of the individuals who helped shape Johnson and Hill county history. The book has various content including hundreds of brief biographies, including some illustrations. 6 Aug (Note: Roberts' last name is correctly spelled "GRIFFITH, and this is Cerilla's third marriage, #1-David R. Huffman, #2-Thomas Hines) David Yost: HENDRIX, John C. RYAN, Nancy Mathilda: 19 Jul Hall of Texas Co. MO. Della Bailey: HUFFMAN, Alfred T. DAVIS, Mary: 1 Dec
Jasper County, Missouri Federal Census Index ; Year: Roll: ED's: Images: Transcription Status: Transcriber: M Renessa Lewis: Slave: M Dr. William Moore started the Franklin County Progress, which later became the Franklin County Tribune, in Union, Missouri on This collection covers issues published from Gasconade County Republican.
Greene County, Missouri Probate Name Index – * *Comments in brackets are mainly from Holcombe’s History of Greene County, Missouri. [Some comments may wrongly apply to other persons with the same name.] This is an index to the paper files for Greene County, Missouri, probate records Samuel Washburn and his family had lived in Benton County, Arkansas until about when they moved just a few miles north to Barry County, Missouri and then to Fannin County, Texas in Samuel was killed by Indians there in There is a town in Barry County, Missouri .
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Barry County, Missouri Marriages Welcome to Barry County Missouri: 09 Mar William Smith: Eleanor Johnson: 07 Jan Abedinego Baze: Sarah J.
Coom: 28 Jan Charles Galloway: 26 Apr David Arnhart: Rebecca King: 26 Aug James Cobble: Prudence Green: 08 Nov Isaac Cobble. The State Historical Society of Missouri manuscript collection consists of personal papers, photographs, oral histories, correspondence, diaries and journals, and audiovisual material, as well as the records of churches, organizations, and businesses.
These materials provide researchers an insight into the lives of Missourians and the. Barry Co., MO: Dec. 29, Lawrence Co., MO: Research Note: Row 14 - Plot - Daughter of Nathan Joshua Thomas and Alice Lamar. Third wife of Hiram Preston Akin, buried Texas book Maple Park Papers of William King, Aurora, Lawrence Co., MO.
Hiram P. Akin of Miller, MO was the informant on the death certificate. Cemetery Directory Mitch Mitchell Death Certificate. Barry County Marriages Benton Co.
Marriages 2 Mary Elizabeth Easley - b: Octo in Barry Co., Missouri d: Septem in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Easley Cemetery, near Eagle Rock, Barry County, MO +Henry Edward Maloney - b: Aug in Barry Co., Missouri d: Ap in Cassville, Barry County, MO Burial: Munsey Cemetery, below Roaring.
Barry County Missouri Maddy Cemetery-Yearns Cemetery Antioch Cemetery-Lone Walnut Cemetery: File Name: Description: Size: Date: Submitted by: Maddy Cemetery : headstones Lavina (Bellah) Long, wife of John Dake Long Hiram and Mary E.
Long Donna Cooper: Full text of "A history of the pioneer families of Missouri" See other formats. Online Missouri Death Records and Indexes. A Genealogy Directory for St.
Louis, Kansas City and the state of Missouri Dent County, Missouri: Book "A," and Abstracts of Wills "A," Lincoln County, Missouri Deaths, (at Ancestry/requires payment) Linn County, Missouri.
The Missouri Birth and Death Records Database is an abstract of the birth, stillbirth, and death records recorded before and that are available on microfilm at the Missouri State Archives. (See Brief History of Vital Records in Missouri) The Bureau of Vital Records has certificates of Missouri births from to the present.
The Missouri State Archives holds records from the Supreme Court of Missouri, Appellate Courts, and County and Municipal Courts. Supreme Court of Missouri. Case files and papers of all hearings before the Territorial Court () and the Supreme Court of Missouri (present).
Missouri Women's Progressive Farmers' Association, Friendly Neighbors Club (Phelps County, Mo.), minute book, R Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Tuscumbia Lodge No. (Tuscumbia, Mo.), minute books, Organized Janufrom Barry County and named for William Jasper, Revolutionary War soldier.
Jefferson County Organized December 8,(effective January 1, ) from St. Louis and Ste. Genevieve counties and named for Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of the United States.
Johnson County. Indian Removal through Arkansas, Removals Through Northwest Arkansas, That day Butrick and his wife traveled ahead twenty-six miles and took lodging at Littleberry Mason’s home to prepare for the Sabbath Morrow wrote of that day: “16th March traveled 12 miles to [John] Lock’s in Barry County on Flat Creek a branch of.
Land Records: - The Land Records database contains overentries from French and Spanish land concessions, federal land sales and state issued patents.
The records may include names of purchasers, claimants and assignees, county, date of purchase, and legal land description (township, section, range and number of acres sold).
Original data: Clark County, Missouri Marriages, County court records located at Kahoka, Missouri or Family History Library microfilm # Dade County records begin on 11 July and span to The county was formed in from Barry and Polk counties.
Original data: Dade County, Missouri Marriages, 11 July History of Cooper County, Missouri Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. History of Cooper County, Missouri by Johnson, William Foreman, b. Publication date Publisher Topeka: Historical Pub.
Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor. A brief history of the county, guardianship bonds andMarriage Book BWills and Administration Book BMarks and Brands, Atlas of the County, Pensioners on Roll and Old Settlers of Monroe The Johnson or Johnston family whose descendants eventually settled in southwest Missouri are traced to a Scottish ilk or noble family that dates, without interruption for centuries, from the refugee Stephen de Johnstone, who came to the county of Aberdeenshire on the east coast of Scotland in the mids.
Stephen, known as “The Cleric. Bosque County, Texas. BARRY (JAMES BUCKNER) PAPERS, BOSQUE COUNTY (TEXAS) MAIL RECORDS, BOSQUE COUNTY SCRAPBOOK COLP (DAVID E.) PAPERS, TEXAS GENERAL LAND OFFICE: BOSQUE COUNTY RECORDS, Bosqueville, Texas.
EMBREE (TENNESSE KEYS) PAPERS, Bossier Parish, Louisiana. COOMBS. Fun Facts about Missouri Counties Counties by Year. Cape Girardeau, New Madrid, St.
Charles, St. Louis and St. Genevieve Counties was the original 5 counties created on October 1, ; Saint Louis City was the last county created on Aug ; County Size Facts. Texas County (1, sq mi) is the largest county in Missouri.; Worth County ( sq mi) is the smallest county in Missouri.
The average population of Missouri's counties is 52,; St. Louis County is the most populous (,), and Worth County is the least (2,). The average land area is sq mi (1, km 2). The largest county is Texas County (1, sq mi, 3, km 2) Areas: (Counties only): square miles ( km²) .On 27 Nov when Walter F.
he married Marinda Brewer, in Barry Co., Missouri. Born in May in Missouri. Barry County, Missouri Marriage Book 'I' Sorted by Grooms Page Groom Bride Date 52 Cargile, Walter (21) Brewer, Marinda (19) Nov. 27, Performed By M Denhand, JP.Source: "History of Johnson County, Missouri" by Ewing Cockrell, Transcribed by Karen Hammer KINGSVILLE TOWNSHIP.
Kingsville township was organizedafter the railroad had been built. It took its name from Kingsville village, which was named for Gen. William King, who laid out the town in