ASKEW, ESKEW, REYNOLDS posted by Pat Eskew on Wednesday, January 1, 1997
My grandfather was Richard ASKEW (ESKEW) born in Sumner County, TN on 28 Sep 1830. He married Margaret Emily REYNOLDS on 15 Aug 1853 in Pittsfield, IL. They had nine children: Alfred, b. in IL; Harriett, Archibald, John W., Ida Almanine, Charles & Thomas (twins), all born in Macon County MO; and Franklin and Joseph L, born in Randolph Co., MO. The family later resided in Laynesville, a riverboat township in Saline County that no longer exists, but which was located near Slater. My father was Thomas. He grew up in Slater, attended school in Slater, and started working for the railroads at Slater. Later, he chose to spell his name ESKEW — and I think Frank and Joe did also. Richard died on 12 Apr 1914 at Higginsville, MO. Margaret Emily Reynolds Askew died 11 Feb 1917 at Springfield MO. I obtained this info by researching Richard's Civil War record. I am age 75, and hope to get acquainted with descendants of my aunt and uncles named above. Please write Pat Eskew, 1745 Hazelnut Lane #5, Cordova, TN 38018 or e-mail me at the address below.

GARRETT, HANEY posted by Juanita DaCosta on Wednesday, January 1, 1997
Seeking information about my Grandparents Gilbert M. GARRETT and Mary A. HANEY, both born in Missouri. Gilbert was born 1859 and Mary was born 1869. Gilbert was a Brick Layer when my father, John Henry Garrett was born October 3, 1887 at Ingram, Texas in Kerr County. Have found nothing about them except their marriage license from Stephenville, Erath County, Texas. Any help in this search would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, Juanita DaCosta, 3701 Fredericksburg Road, Kerrville,Texas, 78028-9189

HARDING posted by Tom Harding on Wednesday, January 1, 1997
John Lackland HARDING was a farmer in Grand Pass. Relocated from MD in 1855 with his wife Henrietta. Had following children in Grand Pass, MO. Eleanor - 1856, John Lackland Harding III - 1857, Harolde - 1859, Frank - 1861, Joseph C. - 1862, Robert - 1864, Henrietta 1873. Fought with the Confederacy, returned after the war to his farm. Have 1870 Census listing him back in Grand Pass with family. Eleanor and Frank were not listed. At some time in the mid 1870's, John may have died and Henrietta sold the farm. She is buried in MD, and we only have record of Joseph, who moved to PA. Trying to find out if John III stayed and ran the farm after his fathers death. Am trying to find out if John Lackland Harding Jr is buried in MO, at the Mount Nebo cemetery.

HARRIS, JONES posted by Gene Jones on Wednesday, January 1, 1997
Looking for parents and siblings of Martha HARRIS married 20 Oct 1831 to Jabez JONES, Cooper Co. Also parents, siblings of Jabez JONES b. 1801 TN.

EXLER, HOPKINS, JACKSON, MCCLOUD posted by Gene Jackson on Wednesday, January 1, 1997
Looking for descendants of Mary Ada "Addie" JACKSON who married Henry Wallace HOPKINS, Jr., on June 13, 1875 in Phelps County, MO, then moved to Saline County. Their children: Alice, Clara, Lawrence, Alvin, Della, Celia and Sylvester on the 1900 census for Marshall Twp. Daughter Della m. an EXLER and Celia m. a MCCLOUD. I'd appreciate contacting anyone with links to these people--and also appreciate cemetery lookups, if they are available in Saline County.

CORBIN, MCHATTON, MELTON, MILTON posted by Danna Lewis Kelley on Wednesday, January 1, 1997
Looking for Robert W. MCHATTON and wife Matilda CORBIN, she may have died in Saline County in May 1893. Also, her sister Louisa CORBIN who married James McHATTON and she may have also died in Saline County. Also, my greatgrandmother Louisa Francis CORBIN , daughter of Marion CORBIN who died 1865 in KY, and Catherine MILTON/MELTON Corbin who was born in 1851 in MO - don't know where.

PERRY, SHINDHELM posted by Robert Perry on Wednesday, January 1, 1997
I'm looking for information on the PERRY and SHINDHELM families in Carrol, Saline and Andrew Counties c1840-1860.

ROBBINS posted by Louise S. Godwin on Wednesday, January 1, 1997
I am a descendant of William H. ROBBINS who is listed on the 1840 Saline Co census and then on the 1850 Carroll Co census. Believe he came from VA. Does anyone know of any specific area in VA that provided settlers to Saline County c1833-1840? Is there a Goodspeeds (or other) county history for Saline and/or Carroll?

COX, HUFFMAN, RUCKEL, WHEELER posted by Kraig Ruckel on Wednesday, January 1, 1997
Seeking information on Raymond E. RUCKEL, son of Henry and Laura (HUFFMAN) RUCKEL of Miami, MO. Henry was the son of William Sherman RUCKEL, my g-grandfather. I have a copy of his obituary which appeared in the January 22, 1960 edition of the Democrat News from Marshall, Saline, Missouri which states he married Angie WHEELER in 1917 at Miami, MO. They had a daughter, Mrs. John (Margaret) COX of Bonner Springs. Raymond and his wife were members of the First Christian Church in Marshall. The Missouri Dept. of Health had no record on Raymond RUCKEL when I wrote them. I want to learn more about this family and am willing to share my substantial information on the RUCKEL family with interested parties.

BREDER, DIERKING, FORDHAM, STALLINGS, WILLBRAND posted by Hal Beumer on Wednesday, January 1, 1997
Looking for descendents of and/or researchers of Johann Heinrich WILLBRAND (8 Jan 1816 - 19 Dec 1853) and his wife Anna Catherine BREDER (18 Feb 1818 - 18 Feb 1896) married 11 Oct 1840. Last known descendent in Saline County was Henry Willbrand (17 Sep 1893 - Mar 1982). Other family names in Saline County include STALLINGS, DIERKING, FORDHAM.

AYRES, BABLER, JETER, NORVELL, THROP posted by Gary Babler on Saturday, February 1, 1997
I have been searching BABLERs, AYRES, JETERs and NORVELLs of Cambridge Twp (north of Slater) and have just started probing for the ancestry of my mother's mother Susie M. THROP (I've posted a THROP entry also).

EMM, HUKILL, MAUPIN, MENAGER, SAPPINGTON, SMITH, SWAP, WILSON posted by Paul Grisham on Saturday, February 1, 1997
I have a document that lists some Saline County members of the 71st Enrolled Missouri Militia (a Union Regiment). This unit was formed in 1862 and was posted to Lexington, Mo. where it participated in the Lone Jack battle. The document is really a set of letters and orders concerning a Saline County resident and member of the 71st, Claudius J. MENAGER. Mr. Menager was a very unfortunate individual. After being discharged from the 71st EMM for a medical problem (hernia) in late 1862, he had the misfortune of being conscripted by a Col Gordon of Maj Gen Prices Confederate forces during that individual's invasion of Missouri in 1864. Mr. Menager escaped the rebel forces after 8 days in the vicinity of Westport only to be captured by Union forces in Wyandotte County Kansas and sent to a prisoner of war camp in Indiana. The document and affidavits were evidently compiled by Mr. Menager's brother Peter Menager of Leavenworth Kansas and sent to Secretary of War Stanton. The effort was successful and Mr. Menager was released in January of 1865. Some of the names in the documents are Franklin SWAP, CoE 4th Cav EMM, Provost Marshall; W.A. WILSON, Lt Col 71st Regt. EMM; E HUKILL; PE. MAUPIN, Clerk of the Saline County Court; ___ SMITH, Sheriff of Saline Co.; F.M. SAPPINGTON. There are others if you are interested. If possible, I would like to know if there are any descendents of Claudius J. Menager still in Saline Co. or if you know of any doing research on the Menagers as I have a quantity of letters between the Menager brothers and their family in Gallipolis Ohio. I would be happy to turn these letters over to a member of the family.

THROP posted by Gary Babler on Saturday, February 1, 1997
I have just started probing for the ancestry of my mother's mother Susie M. THROP whose father was Dennis THROP born about 1817 in Saline. If you have any clues, I would be interested in knowing.

FEAGANS, WEBB posted by Lisa Johnstone on Saturday, February 1, 1997
I am looking for any ancestry information on Mary Elizabeth WEBB, born 8/16/1849 in Grand Pass, MO. She was married to Benjamin Franklin FEAGANS who was born 3/13/1849 in Faquier County, Virginia. In 1856 he moved to Waverly, MO and then later moved to Warrensburg where he died 3/24/1922. Mary's family lived in Grand Pass but I have no other info on them. She married Benjamin in Missouri, but I don't know if it was in Grand Pass, Waverly, or Warrensburg. I do believe she died in Warrensburg on 12/10/1927. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

HARRIS, ZOOK posted by Kathy Davis on Saturday, February 1, 1997
Looking for information on James Franklin ZOOK born in Saline County in 1855. His parents were Johnathan Stratton ZOOK and Margaret Ellen HARRIS. Any information would be appreciated.

BROWN, BURTON, GAMBLE, GAMBRELL, HAYS, PIPER, RICHARDSON posted by Connie Davidson on Saturday, March 1, 1997
Bernis BROWN b. 1791, in Albemarle Co. VA, d. 1868 in Saline Co., MO Had two wives, 1st wife ? died in VA I think m. Nancy BURTON in VA and moved to MO in abt. 1828. He served as one of the judges of the county court for about fifteen years and was also surveyor of the county for a number of years. Had total of 12 children, Mary E, James B, Maranda, Mariah, Simeon, Nancy Henrieta, Sarah Ann, Benjamin, Martha, Bernis B, Ezekial, Amanda(Ida). Bernis B. is my gggrandfather. Mariah m. (Capt) Richard RICHARDSON (Union). Sarah Ann m. Marshall PIPER (shot as a confederate spy). Sarah had a dau. named Sadie Quantrell (HAYS), not sure if Quantrell was a middle name or married name. Ezekial supposed to have shot and killed Gen. Lyons in the Battle of Springfield, MO. Ida m. (Capt) William GAMBRELL (GAMBLE)who owned an interest in the steamboat Sultana which transported 1,500 to 2,000 Federal Soldiers at the end of the Civil War. The boat burned up killing most of the men on board.

DAVIS posted by Chuck Gibson on Saturday, March 1, 1997
Cicero Gary DAVIS was born to Tyree and Cindicia in Salinas , Salina 1843. Other children are Albert b. 1846, Ann E. b. 1848 and Denny b.1850. What was Cindicia's birth name and when/where did Tyree and Cindicia die? Cicero G. Davis served in the 13 Mo. Cav. CO. L. and died 1913 in Chillicothe.

DEDMAN posted by Hazel (Dedman) Conway on Saturday, March 1, 1997
I am tyring to trace my grandfather Earl Madison DEDMAN who was born in Sweetsprings Mo Saline Co in 1889.Did they have such things as birth certificates then ? Do I just research census records, and all others I can get to? Is there a search into data that I might use?

FINLEY, GLEAVES, MCCORKLE, WEAR posted by Peggy C. Price on Saturday, March 1, 1997
Seeking descendents of Asa FINLEY b abt 1788 pb Montgomery CO, VA, m 18 Aug 1806 Wythe Co VA to Esther GLEAVES b abt 1788 pb Wythe CO VA d abt Mar 1839 Saline Co MO. Asa FINLEY d 8 April 1853 Saline Co MO (have copy of will). Known Children: Elizabeth T. T. Finley b 1811 m William B WEAR; James Washington FINLEY b 1813; Rhoda FINLEY b abt 1816; Asa Wallace FINLEY b Jan 1822; Mary Jane FINLEY b abt 1825 m 14 Oct 1841 to Hugh B. MCCORKLE in Saline Co MO.

GILLIAM, GRIMES, HICKMAN posted by Joyce Pilger on Saturday, March 1, 1997
I'm looking for any information I can find on the family of Sarah (Sallie) GILLIAM (my great-grandmother). I'm also looking for information on the children of Elizabeth GRIMES Hickman and Cuthbert HICKMAN. They had ten or eleven children, eight of whom married and all but possibly one surviving to adulthood.

FARRAR, HANLEY, MARSHALL, MCDANIEL posted by Betsy Thomas on Saturday, March 1, 1997
I am looking for descendants of my great grandmother, Emily Louisa HANLEY (aka Ludie or Lutie) who married Edward Virgil FARRAR in Saline County, MO in 1865. I believe she is the daughter of Archibald HANLEY, who is shown on the 1850 census in Saline co. with a wife Emily, and eight children, the youngest being listed as Louisa E. I want to believe this is really Emily Louisa (and they listed her name backwards!) at the age of 4 months. Other children in that family were: Samuel-age 15, Amanda-13, Ann-11, John-9, Elizabeth -6, Palmyra-4, and William-2. I believe there were three more children after the 1850 census since I have a copy of Archibald's will naming Lillie (who married A.R. MARSHALL), Robert Lee HANLEY) and Daisy HANLEY. There may have been one other child named Virgie (who married Henry MCDANIEL). However, I could have two Archibald HANLEY families mixed up. Can anyone help me? Does anyone have access to the 1860 0r 1870 census that could check this for me? Are there descendants out there researching? Emily Louisa (Ludie or Lutie) and Edward Virgil FARRAR were found on the 1880 census in Randolph County, MO but they were married in Saline Co.,which must have been the home of her parents at that time. I will gladly share my data with anyone who can help me. Archibald HANLEY was found on the 1840 census in Callaway county, MO.

BALL, EVANS, HEFLIN, HOPKINS, LEMON, STROTHER posted by Joe Hopkins on Saturday, March 1, 1997
George W. HOPKINS, born GA, abt 1810, first found 1840 census of Cooper county. First married Rebecca EVANS. Five children born before Rebecca's death, John who married Juliette E. or (A.) BALL, George W. married Catherine STROTHER of Saline county, Ann Rebecca married John R. HEFLIN, Samuel disappeared after 1860, Caroline married James H. LEMON. After 1860 the family found in Pettis county. I don't think they ever moved but were in an area reorganizied into Pettis from Saline and Cooper counties. I am a descendant of John and Juliette Ball Hopkins. Hope to find descendants of John's brothers and sisters.

JOHNSON, TALLMAN posted by Chuck Johnson on Saturday, March 1, 1997
I would like to exchange information with anyone who has information on Cyprus and Cyrus JOHNSON of Saline County. They arrived in Saline in the early 1800s. My primary research problem is to identify where Cyprus came from in Massachusetts. He was born about 1800 and stated in a Census for Saline County that he was born in Massachusetts. His wife, Patience TALLMAN, was born circa 1805 in New York State. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

JEFFRIES, MARR posted by Celia Springer on Saturday, March 1, 1997
I am looking for information on Daniel MARR who moved to Saline Co MO in 1815 (would have been Cooper Co then). He came from Virginia and spent some time in Tennessee. He had 6 children, one of then being Thomas Marr. Thomas married Mary JEFFRIES of Tennessee in 1822. I would appreciate any help.

PENCE posted by Geoff Walden on Saturday, March 1, 1997
Amos Worrell PENCE, b. KY, 3/3/1838, d. Saline Co., 12/14/1901. Buried Ridge Park Cemetery, Marshall. Can anyone tell me what his grave marker looks like?

HUSTON, PIPER, ROY posted by Ken Piper on Saturday, March 1, 1997
I am searching for details on Benjamin PIPER and Georgianna ROY. Ben was a son of John PIPER Mary Adeline HUSTON. Particularly, where/when did Benjamin & Georgianna die, and where they are buried. Also looking for anything on Georgianna's family in Saline county.

DOWNING, PRIGMORE posted by Lois Masters on Saturday, March 1, 1997
Seeking information on children of Benjamin Thomas and Mary DOWNING PRIGMORE. Benjamin Thomas Prigmore died 3 Jan 1843 in Pettis Co., Mo and was buried in Saline Co., Mo. Mary Downing (his wife - no information known). Records show Benjamin PRIGMORE born 2 Jan 1761 in Maryland.

BUCY, SEE, THACKER posted by Dan See on Saturday, March 1, 1997
I'm looking for any information on the surname SEE in Saline Co. Mo. specifically in and around Blackburn. My great, great grandfather William SEE moved there with family from somewhere in Kentucky around 1868. Wife- Mary Ann (THACKER). William died Feb. 28, 1881. Leaving wife and the following children: George Washington SEE born 6/16/1849; William Jefferson SEE born 3/1/1851, possibly died in a fire with wife); Sarah Ann SEE born 3/5/1858; Amerila Elizabeth SEE born 7/4/1860; Benjamin SEE born 10/26/1863; Amanda Jane SEE born 2/17/1867; Henry Jackson SEE born 11/22/1870 or 71. Henry was my great grandfather and should have been born in or around Blackburn. Married Elizabeth BUCY on 12/20/1890 in Linn Co. Mo. Children : Jesse Earl SEE born 8/9/1892; Bill SEE; Ethel SEE (died in childhood). All should have been born in or around Blackburn. Sometime after births moved to Iowa. Jesse was my grandfather and was a coal miner until his death in a Knoxville, Iowa coal mine. William, William J. and possibly Benjamin ran a general store and frieght business in or around Blackburn. I have one of the ledgers that belonged to them. It's my understanding that William also ran a store in Kentucky before their move to Blackburn. There is a possibility that they may have lived just over the county line in Lafayette Co. Any information, that you might have, would be greatly appreciated. I'm glad to know there is someone in Saline Co. to contact about genealogy.

SMITH posted by Jim McBride on Saturday, March 1, 1997
Looking for any info on the family of Dr. E.W. SMITH. He was in Slater as of Aug 1884. Any info greatly appreciated.

SMITH posted by Martha Hervey on Saturday, March 1, 1997
Seeking information on John SMITH T and wife Nancy. John was an early Saline Co. landowner. Nancy may have died in late 1828 and may have been buried near Malta Bend. Would like any information on these two individuals.

HAWKINS, WITHERS posted by Ron Sykes on Saturday, March 1, 1997
Looking for information and descendants of Isaac C. WITHERS (1825-911) and his wife, Ann Eliza HAWKINS (1937-1905). They lived in Saline Co., MO at the end of the 1800's and into the 1900's. Six children known, possibly more: Any help appreciated.

BEATY, MARTIN posted by Kay Martin on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
Would like to find descendants of Julia Ann/Julian MARTIN who married Andrew BEATY on 23 Dec 1825 in Lafayette Co., MO and moved to Saline Co., MO where they raised their family at least through 1850 (census). Their known children: 1. Henry BEATY 2. ____ BEATY 3. Minerva BEATY 4. Louisa BEATY 5. Madame (?) BEATY 6. Missouri A. BEATY 7. Perry BEATY 8. George W. BEATY 9. Mary E. BEATY.

BASKET, BOSWELL, BOZZEL, BOZZELL, ELGIN posted by Adam Davis on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
I'm looking for information on my ancestors in Marshall. A clan of Bozzells (sometimes spelling it BOSWELL) lived there at the end of the 1870s, beginning of the 1880s. William Harrison BOZZEL was town constable. He married Phoebe BASKET 1871 in the home of WC BASKET (father or brother?), with a Mr. ELGIN as witness. In 1879 they had a child, Herbert Elgin BOZZELL -- my ggrandfather, as well as other children. Does anybody know of these families? Are there records of town employees like the constable? Thanks, AD.

BRAYTON, MCCALL, MCELROY posted by Sally Jackson on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
Searching for relatives of BRAYTON, MCCALL and MCELROY. The the BRAYTONS and the MCCALLS were related to my MCELROY line. Carrie MCELROY was my great grandmas sister. Carrie married a BRAYTON from Bates county Missouri. Carrie was born in 1883. She had one child Carrol BRAYTON. He died Nov. 1978 in Slater, Missouri. Euncie McCall may be her daughter but am not sure. Eunice died Nov. 1981 in Slater. Any help on these families will be highly appreciated.

COPELAND, GWINN, MULLINS posted by Jeffrey N. Brown on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
Seeking information on the family of Elijah MULLINS born 1796 in Buncomb Co., Va. he and a large number of the Mullins family moved to Saline Co. Mo in the late 1830,s. His son William Elmore Mullins born 1823 in N.C. Married Jane COPELAND born abt 1830 Saline Co., Mo? in Saline co., Oct 22 1846. Jane may be part Indian. Her father John Copeland born 1707 in N.C. married Mary GWINN born 1802. Mary Gwinn was the daughter of Almond Gwinn born 1767 in Va. and died 1845 in Saline Co., his wife Neuraney Mullins born 1767 in Va. I have files to share on the Mullins and Gwinn lines and need more on the Copeland line.

DIERS, HEERMANN, KRIMMELMEIR, LUEHRS posted by Valerie (Heermann) Hurd on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
Searching for info on William "Ehlert" DIERS b. abt 1820 Germany, d. Oct 10 1864 (killed by Rebel bushwackers); m 1st. Dorothea LUEHRS b. 1818, d. 1855. Children: A. Diers b. 1848 Germany, Henry b. 1850 Germany, d. 1909, Catherine Louisa b. 1853, Katharine Dorathea b. 1855 Emma, MO, d. 1857. William DIERS m. 2nd. Maria KRIMMELMEIR b. 1823 Germany. I believe my great-grandmother, Maria Sophie Luise DIERS was their daughter. She was born Mar 11 1861 in Emma, Saline Co., MO, d. Nov 15 1897 also in Emma, MO. She married Heinrich Louis HEERMANN 1879 Emma, MO. Children: Gustav, Martin, Otto, Edward, Hugo, Bertha. I need to find the link between Maria and her parents. Thanks for your help!

CAUTHON, JORDAN posted by Laura McGurk on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
Researching JORDAN family that settled in Hickory County, Missouri abt 1840. They were in St. Clair County, Missouri prior to Hickory, and Tennessee before that. Specifically researching the line of Thomas Jefferson JORDAN who married Elizabeth CAUTHON. T.J.'s parent's were listed on his death certificate as John and Elizabeth, but have been unable to validate this information. Possibly migrated from Williamson County, Tennessee. T.J. and family were also in Texas County, Saline County and possibly Pettis, Cooper, and Benton counties in Missouri.

DUFF, LEWIS posted by Brenda Lewis on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
I'm looking for a LEWIS family that moved to Saline Co., MO from VA in about 1830. Gen. George Washington LEWIS (brother to William H. LEWIS) b. ca 1800 in VA who m. Harriet DUFF. They had the following children and others I don't know: Edwin H. b. 1832, Daniel W., Kenny, Fannie, Mollie, John K. b. 1842. Any information is appreciated.

GARRISON, LEWIS posted by Brenda Lewis on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
I'm looking for information about another LEWIS family that went to Saline Co., MO from VA in 1830. William H. LEWIS b. ca 1800 in VA, m. Elizabeth LEWIS (his cousin). They had the following children and others that I don't know: Virginia b. 1832, Susan b. 1837, Hannah b. 1838, William b. 1840 m.(1) Mary Elizabeth GARRISON m.(2) Ada GARRISON, Andrew b. 1842 m. Belle GARRISON, Sarah b. 1849. Apparently their home was used as a stop-station for a stage coach in Grand Pass Township. Any help is appreciated.

BARKER, MANEGRE, MARSHALL, MENEGER, WEAVER posted by Jackie Marshall on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
I'm searching for the family of William Humphrey MARSHALL b 1792-1802 in Baltimore, Maryland or Virginia. His wife was Margaret Louise MANEGRE/MENEGER (perhaps previously married to BARKER). I'm not sure if they were in Saline County, MO, but others of these surnames were. Margaret Louise may have died in 1854 in Carroll Co, MO or in 1847 anywhere. William died about 1886 in Mexico. We are not sure if this is Mexico the country or Mexico in Audrain Co, MO. They had children: Andrew Jackson MARSHALL b 1832 Baltimore, Maryland, d 1908 Oregon; John Henry MARSHALL b 1835 in Gallia Co, OH, d 1918 Grayson Co, Texas; Sarah Elizabeth MARSHALL WEAVER b 1838 in Gallia Co, OH, d 1919 Hamilton Co, OH; and possibly others.

HUFF, MULLINS posted by Terrell Mullins on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
I am looking for information on Elijah MULLINS, who according to my family oral history, married Annie Evelyn HUFF in Missouri. Their son, Their son, Abner Isaiah Mullins supposedly left Carroll County, MO, around the end of the Civil War and came to Texas. I believe that the family may have lived in Saline County, MO, prior to living in Carroll County. Specifically, I would like to find records showing the parentage of Abner Isaiah Mullins. The 1880 census has Abner being born in 1847.

Researching PANNELL family. Related lines: ADAMS, ALLEN, BROWN, FRANTZ/FRANCE, MONTGOMERY, PERKINS, SHANNON, STEEL, YOUNG. All of these families came out of Kentucky and settled in or around Saline County (Marshall)area. Have done a lot of research on these families, but am still lacking on the MONTGOMERY and ALLEN lines.

BOCKMAN, HEAD, LINNEAR, MCALISTER, OTT, PREWITT, SHACKELFORD posted by Bill Shackleford on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
Jacob Wynn SHACKELFORD was born in Howard Co., MO in 1830 and married Nancy Jane PREWITT daughter of Mahala MCALISTER and John PREWITT and settled in Saline Co, MO. They had 12 children, Mary Louise Charles Andrew, Mahala Anna, Sara Francis, Henry Jackson, Dora Bell (or Belle), Rhoda A., James Franklin, Margaret Josephine (aka Maggie), Samuel Peter, Florence Effie and Thomas Luther. Some of them then moved to Texas (Hunt Co. for Charles, Margaret-married A.S. HEAD, Samuel-married I.G. OTT, Mahala -Wood Co. and married J. BOCKMAN. Some then continued on into OK, including Thomas who married an Iona Florence LINNEAR. Any help is desired in tracing the individuals. The SHACKELFORD's came from KY and before that VA. They show up in MO around the 1830's, TX around the 1880's and finally OK around 1910.Thank you.

BERNARD, NOWLIN, STAPLES, TOWNSEND posted by Valerie (Heermann) Hurd on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
Dr. Thomas E. STAPLES b. 1824, VA; m. Lucy BERNARD b. 1828, MO, m. About 1849. Tom and Lucy listed in the 1860 census in Georgetown, Pettis Co, MO with six children all born in MO: Virginia b. 1850, Lavinia b. 1852, Bettie B. 1854, Mary b. 1856, Fanny b. 1858, and James Edward b. 1860. (Also living with them in 1860 was J.G. STAPLES, medical student.) James Edward (known as Eddie) m. Susan A. TOWNSEND Jan 12 1879. Susan (daughter of Sanders TOWNSEND and Elizabeth Twyman NOWLIN was b. Sep 1 1856 MO, d. Dec 19 1929, Saline Co., MO, buried in the Townsend Cemetery near Napton. Children: Lacy b. 1880, Virginia Elizabeth b. 1881, Thomas Sanders b. 1883, Lutie Mday b. 1884, Charlie Alexancer b. 1886 Nelson, MO, Bernard Owen b. 1888, Marian Sue b. 1890, and Bernard Earle Russell b. 1892, Nelson, MO. Seeking: parents of Thomas STAPLES and Lucy BERNARD. Did they have more children? Did Thomas have a second wife? Why did Eddie leave his wife and children and move to Pueblo, Colorado? Will share information. Thanks! Valerie Hurd, POB 1066, Sundance, WY 82729.

NEFF, WHITE posted by Lin Williams on Tuesday, April 1, 1997
Wanting information on Grandfathers family history. His name was Jess Ray WHITE, born in Slater, Missouri around 1890 to Frank Ray and Sally White. Cousins were the NEFF family of Ollie Neff, Johnny Neff, Margie Neff, Irene Neff, of Saline County. Wanting information on great-grandparents, marriage records, birth records, etc. any information available will be appreciated.

FINLEY posted by Carmen J. Finley on Thursday, May 1, 1997
I have just uploaded about 125 pages composed of two manuscripts published by "The Virginia Genealogist" in serial form in 1990, 1991, 1995 on John FINLEY and his descendants (five generations). Finley is first found in Augusta County, VA in 1737 and then moves on to Prince Edward, Montgomery, and Wythe Counties, VA. His descendants spread out to various locations including Saline County Missouri.

HOUSTON, HUSTON posted by Mary Huston on Thursday, May 1, 1997
Looking for anything on HOUSTONs, HUSTONs in Saline, Cooper area. James, Joseph, Benjamin and Thomas. Where did they come from, who were their children? marriages, etc etc. Know it's a lot, but am hitting that brick wall. Thanks for your trouble.

KING, WINGFIELD, WITCHER posted by Randy Watkins on Thursday, May 1, 1997
I'm looking for any KINGs who may be buried in the Wingflied- King cemetery or one of the Witcher's cemeteries. Thomas KING died 1885 his wife name was Nancy WITCHER KING. They had a son name Caleb. There was also a William KING who married a WINGFIELD. Thanks.

NICHOLS, RAINES posted by Kyle J. Wear on Thursday, May 1, 1997
I am looking for information on Francis Marion NICHOLS. He was born October 1835 (Shelby Co. KY) and died about 1905 (Saline Co., MO). He married Margaret Ann RAINES on 25 Dec 1861 (Pettis Co., MO) and had the following children: James Thomas (b. May 1866 d. About 1924), John Henry (b. 31 May 1868 d. 1 Oct 1942), William (b. 1870), Mollie (b. 1873), Lizzie (b. 1875), Edward (b. Dec 1879), Lonnie (b. June 1882), and Rosa (b. March 1886). Currently, I am attempting to find descendents as well as determining the ancestry this family. Francis Marion NICHOLS is apparently orphaned at a young age and is first seen on the 1850 Saline Co., MO census with his widowed mother, Mary A. NICHOLS (b. about 1814 d. after 1880), brother Richard E. NICHOLS (b. about 1836), and sister Elizabeth NICHOLS (b. May 1849). Mary A. NICHOLS is again seen on the 1880 census with her son Richard Epperson NICHOLS (who is divorced and living with his mother). If anyone has any information pertaining to this family, please contact me.

BOSWELL, FERGUSON, LYNCH posted by Nancy James on Sunday, June 1, 1997
Searching for information on Francis Marion BOSWELL b. 18 Aug 1853 in Buckhannon, Upshur Co, WV, m. 17 Dec 1872 to Mary Alice FERGUSON b. 8 July 1853, d. 14 July 1936. They are both buried in Sweet Springs, Saline Co, MO. Mary Alice was the daughter of Richard Lee FERGUSON b. 14 July 1831, d. 25 Feb 1880, m. 16 July 1851 to Nancy LYNCH (dau. of John A. LYNCH) b. 24 Dec 1829, d. 12 Oct 1904. Francis M. Boswell was Sheriff of Sweet Springs or Saline Co. for abt. 30 Years. Children were: Claude James BOSWELL b. 1874, Alice Marion Boswell, b. 16 Oct 1876, Zephiniah FERGUSON b. 1878, Charles Elia b. 1879, Lawrence Jackson BOSWELL b. 13 Oct 1880 (my Grandfather), Francis Marion BOSWELL b. 1883, Leroy Jacob BOSWELL b. Jan 1885, John Armentrout BOSWELL b.1887, Jimmy d. 10 mo., Nellie Lorraine BOSWELL b. Mar. 1890, William E.BOSWELL, b. 1893 or 94, and Katherine BOSWELL B. 1899. Any help would be most appreciated.

BOLTON, BUSH, DAVIS, JAMES, SULLIVAN posted by John F. Wilson on Sunday, June 1, 1997
Seeking information on my GGF, John W. BUSH b.8 May 1847, d.23 March 1907. Died in Knox County Ky, but have been unable to obtain any info on him in Ky Vital stats. A family member thought he possibly was born in or around Sedalia Mo. Would appreciate any help. Will answer all queries. Also researching Surnames, BOLTON, SULLIVAN, DAVIS & JAMES. Thank you.

FULTON, HARRIS, MILLER posted by Betty Baca on Sunday, June 1, 1997
Neal FULTON Lucy HARRIS Married Saline CO. I am looking for information on my ancestors Neal Fulton & Lucy Harris. Neal Fulton married Lucy Harris 26 Jan 1821 in Saline Co. MO. They had 11 children. Neal Fulton shows in the 1840 census for Saline Co. The 1850 census shows only Lucy and the children in Saline Co. In the 1870 census Lucy and some of the children are living in Linn County, MO. in North Salem Township. In 1870 her family is still in No. Salem, Linn Co. Mo., but Lucy is not showing. Their children are: Susan Fulton--she married Caleb A. MILLER John Fulton Elizabeth Fulton, Clara A. Fulton Mathirza Fulton James A. Fulton Brunetta J. Fulton Lucinda Fulton H. W. Fulton William P. Fulton Albert W. Fulton I would appreciate any information on this family.

BRANDON, HAYNER, SKINNER posted by Carolyn Hickey on Sunday, June 1, 1997
I am looking for information on James William HAYNER b. 1880's in Saline Co. Mo. His father was Benjamin Franklin HAYNER and his mother was Sophrina Ann SKINNER born in Kentucky. James W. married Myrtle Maude BRANDON born in Iowa. Thanks for your help.

LYNN posted by Rebekah Lynn on Sunday, June 1, 1997
I'm looking for any evidence of the family of William Franklin LYNN, who, with his wife Susan, raised his family in Grand Pass, Saline County, in the late 1800's. His sons were Charles, Ernest and Robert Howard Lynn. His daughters were Opal and Lola Lynn. I am descended from his youngest, Robert, my grandfather. I have a photo of the family that was taken around the turn of the century, but so far in my research, I haven't found much else. Family stories rumor that there were two Lynn brothers who fought on different sides of the Civil War. My grandfather remembered a year the Missouri flooded the family home: they lived upstairs, with a rowboat tied to the inside bannister of the staircase! There is rumor that the family may have come from Kentucky. Other family names (as evidenced by middle names) include Mallory and Northrup. At one point, my grandfather, his father and brothers rode a spur of the railroad out to southern Colorado, homesteaded and built a cabin. They were not successful in farming this homestead, but an acre or so is still retained by the family for sentimental reasons. Any information you can find to share would be appreciated!

MARVIN posted by William C. Morrison on Sunday, June 1, 1997
Asa Crosby MARVIN, in the 1830s, moved from Booneville to Arrow Rock, Saline County, where he was a school teacher. Marvin subsequently was in Henry County and Sedalia where he achieved some prominence. What I would like to find is something of his earlier life before 1840, such as in Saline County. I have information to exchange on him, his family and descendants.

MERRIL, THOMPSON posted by Roy Carpenter on Sunday, June 1, 1997
Looking for information on a Marie C. MERRIL Born 30 Dec 1838 She married Dr. James M. THOMPSON and moved to Benton Co. Ark. and died 26 Jan 1926. They had three children Anna, John, and Alice.

THOMAS posted by L. Hamrick on Sunday, June 1, 1997
I'm searching for any info on Scott THOMAS and his family. He and his wife lived in Waverly around 1912. There son Fred married my gr grandmother in Dearing Kansas in 1912. Fred was 32 at the time. They were divorced after only a few years. Fred had 2 brothers named Harry and Oscar. He had a sister named Mabel. Fred was an oil driller. One of his niece's owned the Ford Funeral Home in Coffeyville, Ks. My grandmother never knew her father or his family. What I have listed here is all that we know, from my gr grandmother's memory. Any help would be really appreciated. Thanks!

VANDYKE posted by Carolyn Nelson on Sunday, June 1, 1997
My g-grandfather George M. VAN_DYKE and grandfather Van Buren VAN DYKE and several other Van Dyke relatives, including Martin Van Buren VAN DYKE and Pinkney D. VAN DYKE, were in the Rich Hill/Butler area of Bates County from late 1800's. We have visited and researched the area, but still missing info on some branches of the family, especially those who moved to other MO counties. Looking for other Van Dyke researchers to exchange data.

HAZELWOOD, PHILLIPS, ZINN posted by Kathy Ericson on Sunday, June 1, 1997
Looking for any information or descendants remaining in the Saline Co.area for Charles and Lauretta PHILLIPS and her parents William A. and Sallie ZINN HAZELWOOD. They arrived in Marshall, Mo. around late 1859 or 1860. Charles was a farmer (tobacco?) and was sheriff of Marshall for a time but not sure when. William and Sallie Hazelwood always rented the farms they lived on. Charles and Lauretta had following children:James H., William Hardy, John Presley, George Morrison, Florence Emma, Mary Catherine, Frank, Eva, Evie Gertrude, Oran Calaway. Charles and Lauretta left for Idaho sometime in the 1880's. Would like more information about them during this time.

COLLINS, GOODLOE, REDD, SITES, THORNTON, TIPTON, WILMARTH posted by Lee Collins Breedlove on Tuesday, July 1, 1997
Samuel Richard COLLINS came to Saline Co. after 1864 He died in Saline Co., MO 9 May 1897. Possibly in Marshall or the vicinity. Samuel Richard COLLINS spouse was Sarah Lee TIPTON. She died in Saline Co., MO 14 May 1878. Where in Saline Co., are these COLLINS buried? Is there a death record for these dates? Their children were: William Brown COLLINS,mvd to Cooper m.Cora WILMARTH John Porter COLLINS m. Dora SITES Marietta Madison COLLINS m. John Templeton REDD Naomi Frances COLLINS m. Samuel Yardley THORNTON Samuel Baldwin COLLINS no spouse known Alonzo Franklin COLLINS m. Sarah Elizabeth GOODLOE Anyone related to this family still in Saline Co? Any help is appreciated. Looking forward to hearing from you!

COX, FOWLER, HARRYMAN, HEURMANN, HINTON, ROGGE posted by Melanie Cox on Tuesday, July 1, 1997
Searching for information on family of Clifford COX (b1888, Malta Bend) married 1909 to Nellie HARRYMAN/HEURMANN. Clifford's parents were Mahlon COX and Alice Childers and his siblings were: Vada (b1883 m. Joseph ROGGE); Carl (b1887 m Jessie HINTON); and Clinton (b1889 m Dessa ??). Believe Nellie's mother's maiden name was FOWLER.

CRABTREE, CURNUTT, DIAL, MCKAY posted by Connie Davidson on Tuesday, July 1, 1997
Looking for information on James H. CRABTREE b. 10AUG1828 d. 11FEB1890 m. Henrietta MCKAY b. 15FEB1832 d. 1858, These are my gggrandparents. Their son James Marshall CRABTREE b. 17APR1854 d. 4MAR1931 m 28MAY1880 Amanda Melvina DIAL b. 18FEB1855 d. 21JUN1929, these are my ggrandparents. Also information on Dawson DIAL b. 1824 d. 9JUN1902 m. Lucretta CURNUTT b. 1826 d. 2JUN1907, these are my gggrandparents. I know where James Marshall and Amanda are buried but none of the others or even where they might have lived. Possibly Saline Co, Pettis Co, or even Cooper Co. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks,

KIEFFER posted by Lillian Densley on Tuesday, July 1, 1997
I am searching for information on my ancestors, the George KIEFFER family who lived in the Miami area of Saline County 1837-??. Thank you.

MARR posted by Nancy (Marr) Howland on Tuesday, July 1, 1997
I was wondering if someone would lookup the surname MARR in their Saline County resources. I own the book History of Saline County Missouri (St. Louis: Missouri Historical Company, 1881) so I already have what little information I could find in that. Thanks a lot.

BROOKS, RUBY, STAPLETON posted by Sarah on Friday, August 1, 1997
My family lived in Slater during the early part of the century. My grandmother (Georgia Ruby STAPLETON), my great-grandmother ( Lucy Brooks RUBY) and my great-great-grandmother (Parthenia Johnson BROOKS) were all buried in Rehobeth Cemetery between 1910 and 1920. My great aunt (Ethelene Brooks Washington Wright) lived in Slater until her death (195_ ). She lived at 328 Emerson. My great uncle (Down Brooks) and some other relatives also lived there. If you have any informatiion about Rehobeth Cemetery, members of my family or any other information that might help me in my search, please let me know. Any help that I can get will be truly appreciated. Thank you for your time.

BRANNER, JONES posted by Marilyn Phelps on Friday, August 1, 1997
Looking for information on Emanuel JONES and, or his family. He was married to Mary Catherine BRANNER. Emanuel born in WV in 1840, he went to Grand Pass, Saline County approx. 1878. Children born to Emanuel and Mary Catherine were John, Tucker, Lillian, Lida, Nettie and Scenana. He lived in Grand Pass until his death in 1891. Would appreciate any information.

DOOLEY, MARR, MORROW posted by BobbiK on Friday, August 1, 1997
I have this obituary in my posession as follows: 26 OCT 1920 ( article only news paper name ?) Marshall, MO - Death Of Mrs. Martha MARR (sic MORROW) passes away in kansas city after brief illness, funeral at Campbell'S Chapel. At the home of son George H. Morrow, in Kansas City, Mrs Martha A. Morrow, the widow of the late David J. Morrow died Monday, October 25, at 8:30 P. M. of hardening of the arteries and other complications. Saline having been the home of Mrs Morrow and her family for a number of years, the remains will be brought here for burial in Ridge Park Cemetery. They will arrive Wednesday on the 12:58 train and will be taken to the R. W. Campbell Undertaking establishment and the funeral will take place from the Campbell Chapel at 2:30 PM and the interment will be on the Morrow lot in Ridge Park Cemetery. The Rev. J. M. Alexander will conduct the funeral service, the deceased having been an influential and active member of the Christian Church in Marshall for a number of years. Mrs. Martha(Dooley)Morrow was born in Kentucky near Winchester, about 75 years ago, and was reared and married there, to the late David Morrow. They, however, moved to Saline, when the two surviving sons James and George Morrow, both of Kansas City, were children and the home of the family for a great many years was the suburban place sold recently by S W Wilkerson. The husband of the deceased died at this home about 25 years ago and the son at whose home the mother died was married at this former Morrow homestead. The sons and mother left Saline some time ago and have lived in Kansas City since, but, have never ceased to call Saline and Marshall home, and like so many of our former citizens bring the mother to Ridge Park for burial. She was one of the mothers "in Izreal", whose consecrated Christian life was spent in service for the master and doing good to those about her and in the county in which she lived. Until moving to Kansas City she was a member of the Marshall Christian Church and prominently identified with its activities. Mrs. Morrow has a wide circle of relatives in Marshall and Saline who will be grieved to learn of her death. She was the daughter of the late Javez Dooley and was the cousin of the former citizen W. H. Dooley (William Harold) Does anyone have any connections with Mrs. Martha A. (DOOLEY) MORROW or the DOOLEY family? Many Thanks

PATTERSON posted by Marc Wheat on Friday, August 1, 1997
Searching for descendants of John Melbourn PATTERSON (1836-1919) who owned a newspaper in Marshall, Saline, Missouri.

BAKER, HARRIS, KERN, MCMAHAN, REED, RICHARDSON, TYLER posted by Betty Spurgin on Friday, August 1, 1997
I am searching for the parents of Rebecca Frances REED who married my great-grandfather , John Mills BAKER, in 1874 (abt) in Arrow Rock, Mo. She was born in Kentucky Jan. 1850. John Mills Baker was born in Arrow Rock, 1849, son of John W. Baker, of Hanover Co. Va. John W. married Martha Jane Turley of Arrow Rock abt 1844. He came to Arrow Rock from Va. in 1842. Rebecca and John Mills Baker had 6 children: Sue Eloise, Elizabeth, M. F., George. Rebecca had sisters:Mrs. A.M.R. MCMAHAN, Mrs. Martin HARRIS, and cousins: Mrs. Will KERN and Mrs. Will TYLER. One daughter was Mrs. Henry RICHARDSON. Rebecca was killed by a Katy Train Dec. 25, 1901. John Mills Baker had a partner,W.E. McMahan, in the Bagnell Investment Co. in Nelson, Mo. Their granddaughters included Edith and Catherine Richardson of Nelson. Mo.

MABREY, SANDERS posted by John J. Sanders on Monday, September 1, 1997
I am trying to find information about the MABREY family. My father's name was Daniel Lee SANDERS. He was born in 1918 in Berry Ville, Arkansas. His mother's name was Mary Mabrey. She was born in 1895 in Saline County, MO. Her father's name was John Daniel Mabrey. Mary Mabrey raised my father, Daniel Lee Sanders, in Neosho, MO until her death in 1934. If anyone has information about the Mabrey surname, please e-mail me and let me know.

BAKER, CLINE posted by Betty Spurgin on Thursday, September 4, 1997
I am looking for any information for the parentage of John E. and Hannah CLINE. He was from Baden, Germany and she was from Virginia.Children were James E.,1854, Martha J. 1858, George W.,1863, Lewis S., 1865, Lauren N., 1868. Lewis Married Sue. E. BAKER, of Nelson, Mo. She was the daughter of John Mills BAKER and granddaughter of John W. Baker, of Arrow Rock, Mo. Lewis was my grandfather. Any data about this family would be greatly appreciated. John and Hannah appeared in the 1870 Census of Cooper Co., Kelly township, but nothing before that.

RUCKER, SNYDER, WILSON posted by Nancy Maxwell on Wednesday, September 17, 1997
Who were the parents of Francis M./Frank WILSON who married Mar- tha C. RUCKER on 6 Sep 1857 in Saline Co.? Martha was born ca 1836, the daughter of Rev. Thornton and Martha (SNYDER) RUCKER, who lived in Saline Co. from the 1830s until their deaths in the 1860s. Francis and Martha believed to have migrated to McLennan Co., TX ca 1877. Any assistance is appreciated! Nancy

CREIGHTON, DODSON, ENG, HAMPTON, HUFF, JOHNSON, MCMAHAN, REIDENBACH, RENNISON, ROBERTS posted by Frances Doutt Smith on Sunday, September 21, 1997
Abel G. HAMPTON (1804 Cocke Co., TN - 17 May 1851 Saline Co. MO) married 27 Jan 1832 Cooper Co., MO, Sarah RENNISON (born abt 1808 ENG). Their children: 1. John Adoniram Judson HAMPTON (b:1832, died young), 2. Jane B. Dodson HAMPTON (1833-1920), married 1851 Saline Co., MO, John HUFF; 3. Amanda Salinah HAMPTON (b: 1836), married William REIDENBACH; 4. Joseph Lucas "Luke" HAMPTON (1839- 1878), married 1877 Ella ROBERTS; 5. Mary Catherine HAMPTON (1840-1917), married 1st John Franklin MCMAHAN, married 2nd Granterson JOHNSON; 6. Frances Aristine HAMPTON (1843-1899), married Ephraim HUFF; 7. Sarah R. Fisher HAMPTON (1844-1919), never married; 8. Martha Ann Elizabeth HAMPTON (1849-1928), married James HUFF. Abel G. HAMPTON's parents were Hosea HAMPTON and Rachel DODSON; Sarah RENNISON was the daughter of John RENNISON and Jane CREIGHTON. Most of these families lived in Saline Co., MO. Would love to make connections with other HAMPTON and RENNISON researchers.

ANDERSON, BISHOP, GEORGE, MAYSE posted by Candace on Sunday, September 21, 1997
Searching for information on my great grandparents' families. They were William Marmaduke MAYSE and Elizabeth Rachel (GEORGE) MAYSE. They met in either Pettis or Saline Co. MO and were married on 16 Dec 1888 in Saline Co. She was the child of John GEORGE and Savannah BISHOP GEORGE. William Marmaduke or "Duke" was the son of William George MAYSE and Sallie Ann ANDERSON MAYSE. Duke and Elizabeth or "Lizzie" had two children in Missouri, Lillie Fedonia (b. 1892 in Sweet Springs MO and d.1948 in Medford OK) and Archie Marmaduke (b. 1895 in Sweet Springs MO and d. 1988 in Roseburg OR). The family moved on into Kansas where their three youngest children were born and finally settled in Oklahoma on land they purchased near Medford in 1901. Although many Georges moved into Oklahoma, too, I believe a number of Mayses remain in this area (or in Pettis Co.) I would like to contact any descendants of the family and to share historical research.

DAUGHERTY, SPIERS posted by Donna Langford on Sunday, September 21, 1997
I am looking for any info on Daniel Webster DAUGHERTY, who married May Belle SPIERS and settled near Shackleford around 1900. Daniel was a member of St. Marys' Catholic Church in Shackleford, which is no longer there. I have had no luck with finding anything from St Marys' old records. Any help would be appreciated.

NAVE posted by Darleen Hardin Nave on Wednesday, September 24, 1997
Is anyone researching the Saline CO MO family of NAVE of the 1830's etc? The given names are similar to our NAVE family who arrived in Marion CO AR 1830's & later some lived Taney CO MO. This similarity of given names makes us believe there might be a connection. Our NAVE family came from TN. Will be glad to hear from anyone with any info on this line, for sharing of info.

BAKER posted by Janet Baker on Wednesday, October 1, 1997
Looking for any information on the BAKERs who settled in Marshall, Malta Bend and Slater.

CRAWFORD, DEINET, DRISKILL posted by Linda L. Crawford on Wednesday, October 1, 1997
I am working on the family of David DRISKILL who married Margaret CRAWFORD in 1879 in Hickory Co MO. They are both buried in DRISKILL cemetery south of Marshall near where they lived. Their children were Myrtle born 1882,Lena Elizabeth born 1883,twins born and died March 1884. A daughter Cordelia born 1876 was probably from an earlier marriage of David. Lena's 1st marriage was unknown and she had a daughter who died as a small child. Lena then married Charles DEINET in Chicago IL. She died in 1945 in Chicago and is buried there. Cordelia went to Alaska. Was this the same David who married Lavania Arterburey on 24 Aug 1873 in Saline Co and then Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford in1876 in Pettis Co? David and Elizabeth were from Saline Co according to the license.

BORCHERS, FALK, HARMS, HAVEN, KOCH, KOEPMANN, SCHLUE posted by Valerie (Heermann) Hurd on Wednesday, October 1, 1997
Dedrich William HARMS b. abt 1805 Germany, d. 1878 Saline Co., MO. Children from first marriage (first wife unknown): Diedrich "Dick" HARMS, Henry HARMS b. abt 1843 Prussia/Germany m. Johannah _____ (later changed surname to HAVEN and moved to Nebraska). Children from second marriage to Mary KOEPMANN b. abt 1820 Germany: Fred "Fritz" HARMS b. 1852 MO m. Dora KOCH, Louis HARMS b. abt 1854 MO, Sophia Dorathea HARMS b. 1858 near Sweet Springs, Saline Co., MO m. Joseph Detrich FALK, Emma HARMS b. abt 1860 MO m. Mr. SCHLUE. Mary KOEPMANN m. 2nd Mr. BORCHERS. Seeking parents of Dedrich HARMS and Mary KOEPMANN. Thanks! Valerie (Heermann) Hurd, P.O. Box 1066, Sundance, Wy 82729.

DECOU, HINTON, IRWIN posted by Dan Beckett on Wednesday, October 1, 1997
Researching A. Nicholas IRWIN also wife Mary. Believe that Mary's mother was Mrs. HINTON. They lived in Marshall in the 1910 census. They had several children Bessie, Henrietta, Teddy, also others that I do not have the names of . They also had a older d. named Mary Moore DECOU. I am unsure of whether she was Mary Irwin's d. by previous marriage or if they might have adopted her. Henrietta Irwin Harrison did some writting of poems for the local newspaper in the 1930's. Any information on this family would be appreciated.

DILLE, KEYTON, REED posted by Kristy Dilley on Wednesday, October 1, 1997
Looking for information on Nelson & Rebecca (REED) KEYTON. Both were born in Virginia, but moved to Missouri. Know they were in Boone County, Missouri as late as 1845. Oldest child Carolean KEYTON DILLE was born May 30, 1845 in Boone County. She married Neahmiah DILLE. She died August 18, 1918 in Saline County. She and Neahmiah are buried in Fish Creek Cemetery in Gilliam, Missouri. Any information on the KEYTON family would be helpful. Kristy Dilley in Rolla, Missouri

CANNON, MCGRATH posted by Sandy Kimble on Wednesday, October 1, 1997
I looking for infomation on the ancestors of Daniel MCGRATH b. 1824 in Cappoquin Ireland. He married Jane CANNON and moved to Saline Co Mo in 1869. He was a founder of St. peters Church and on the City council in Marshall.

SULLIVAN posted by Lillian Densley on Wednesday, October 1, 1997
I am searching for information about Samuel Wells SULLIVAN, Sr., his ancestors and siblings. Samuel Wells Sullivan, Sr moved his family from Rockingham Co. VA to Miami, Saline Co, MO in 1827. If you can give me any information about the family of Samuel Wells Sullivan, Sr. of Miami, MO, please contact me. Thank you.

BROWN, THOMSON posted by Allison Patterson on Wednesday, October 1, 1997
I am looking for information on the marriage of Lloyd G. THOMSON and Nancy F. BROWN. They lived in Saline Co., but I'm not sure if they were married there. They would have married c.1881.

GILHAM, MORRISON, PETERS, POSTAL, WEBER, WHITE posted by Kathy Hoyt on Wednesday, October 1, 1997
Stonewall Jackson WHITE was born Jan 21, 1864 in Grand Pass, son of William King WHITE and Maria Louisa GILHAM. He married Georga Elizabeth WEBER who was born Feb 22, 1892, daughter of George Weber (buried in Marshall) and Kathryn POSTAL. Children of Stonewall and Georgia were Kathryn Elaine White MORRISON and Virginia Stonetta White PETERS.

BOHAN, WOODS posted by Diane Bick & Dan Smith on Saturday, November 1, 1997
John BOHAN (b. 1840?) and Margaret WOODS (b. 1852 ?) farmed in Saline County, Salt Springs Precinct according to the 1880 census. They moved here from Lafayette County (Freedom Township), where they appeared in the 1870 census, with their five children. Both were Catholic, and many of their children, including my great-grandmother were probably born here. I am interested in finding out how to contact the local Catholic Church, and finding out about contacting the county office for birth information. In addition, I think Margaret WOODS, mother, Elizabeth WOODS (b1829 ?-Ireland) may be buried here. Please let me know of any resouces available in the county that I could use and/or contact. Thanks!

CLARK, SPRADLEY posted by Claudia Smith on Saturday, November 1, 1997
I am looking for a birth certificate for my Grandmother Bessie L. CLARK. She was born in Slater March 3, 1911. Parents Jessie B. Clark and Mettie L. SPRADLEY. Thank you

I am researching the John Christophe ELGIN family. John married Julia H. MCATEE on 7 Dec 1825 in Fredrick Co. MD. They had 12 children all of whom were born in VA. 1. Mary m. James KEYS 2. Delilah m. Charles FOLEY 3. Eliza m. Bushrod COCKERILL 4. Charles married Eliza FOSTER 5. Harriet m. Wilbur P. REMMINGTON 6. James m. Amanda DUDEY 7. Susan m. William DORDYKE 8. Catherine m. Robert R. RIGGINS 9. Julia m. Harvey BUIE 10. Martha m. SELLER 11. Gertrude m. Alexander BUIE 12. John m. Margaret WOOLERY. John ELGIN bought his family to Saline Co. MO in the early 1860's. Most of them were married in Saline Co. Thanks for any information on any of these people.

BONES, FOSTER posted by Jim Baker on Saturday, November 1, 1997
Need any information on the ancestry of Pethuel FOSTER who married Margaret BONES 28 Feb. 1822 in Saline County. Pethuel was a disabled War of 1812 Vet.

Searching for information on John R. HANCOCK and family. John married Virginia FINLEY in Christian Co., Ky. In 1829. They moved to Saline Co. Mo. in the 1830s and lived in the Arrow Rock and Marshall communities. Their children were Mandeville B., Priscilla WEAR, Rumina REEDER, Elizabeth SWOPE, Rhoda HUSTON, Sally REYNOLDS, Virginia WELLS, Nancy ?, Mahala JOHNSON, Eliza MOSELEY, Alvina HAY and John R. Virginia was the daughter of Dabney FINLEY. Who were John’s parents and where was he born? Where are they buried? Any information would be helpful.

BROOKSHIRE, LAND posted by Otto K. Land on Saturday, November 1, 1997
Need information on Virgil LAND, b. 1915, Dent County d. 1992 s/o Charles Westley and Jennetta LAND. Married: Lola Mae BROOKSHIRE

CORDES, HAZELL, MILLER posted by Kathy Buckholz on Saturday, November 1, 1997
My grandfather, Clarence Herbert MILLER, was born in Saline County, near Sweet Springs, on August 30, 1899, to George Waltham MILLER and Mamie Sophie CORDES MILLER. George and Mamie married in Sweet Springs on June 12, 1895, at the opera house. They were married by the Salvation Army and it was such a deal that they charged admission and had a full house. They had an older son born in Saline County before my grandfather and he died within a couple of years. I would like to know more about that. Also, if I could get more info on their marriage ceremony, I would like that. George had two sisters also. One was named Mary and she married James E. HAZELL; they had two children that I know of, Earl and Rubie. I found them in the 1900 census in Saline County. I want to trade and share information.

MURRAY posted by Howard Murray on Saturday, November 1, 1997
I am trying to find information on the MURRAY family who resided in Marshall for many years after coming to Mo from Ken. The family resided in Saline co from middle 1800's to 1900. Douglas H. Murray was born in Saline 2-17-1859 and died in 1921. His father Temp Murray also resided in Saline Co. This is a Africian American family. Any information or information sources will be greatly appreciated.

KRAUS, REEDER, RIEDER posted by J. Legits on Saturday, November 1, 1997
Looking for descendants of Conrad RIEDER (also spelled REEDER) and his wife Katherine KRAUS, both born Germany. Their children were Philipp b. 1834, Mary b. 1836, Jacob b. 1839, and Barbara b. 1842, all in Guntersblum, Hessen, Germany, and then George, born 1852 in KY.

SIGMAN posted by Alton Sigman on Saturday, November 1, 1997
Any information on Sigman's. Alley SIGMAN lived at one time in Slater and was a farmer. He had several children. I don't know any of their names, but would be grateful for any leads. They may have moved elsewhere in Saline county.

HINTON, THOMAS posted by K. Thomas on Saturday, November 1, 1997
Searching for any information on the THOMAS family of Saline county. Grandfather Elmer THOMAS b. 19 Nov 1890 in Marshall Mo. Greatgrandfather Daniel THOMAS b. Sweet Springs. Greatgrandmother Missouri Lementine HINTON b. Lebenon, Indiana (BooneCo) birthdates unknown. Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time.

TRENT posted by Pat Adams on Saturday, November 1, 1997
Searching for information on William TRENT (middle initial most likely "H") of Saline County, Missouri and his family. Born about November of 1849, he immigrated to Saline County during the Civil War. He is shown in the 1870 census as a farm laborer in Miami Township, Saline County, Missouri. His children include my grandfather, Henry W. Trent, Frank Trent, and Kate Trent.

HARRIS, KEETON posted by Sally Keeton Eichhorn on Sunday, November 30, 1997
Some years ago someone gave me a copy of a letter written by a Wilkerson KEETON from Saline Co Mo. It was written in 1864 and the contents of the letter is about the cold weather and the war and Mr.Lincoln...It was mailed in Brunswick and it was written to a Mr D.R.HARRIS in New Heartford. Pike Co.Illinois.. The reason the letter was given to me is because I am a KEETON and I was doing the family history. The letter is a thrill and I would like to share it with the Wilkerson KEETON family.

AKEMAN, HARRIS posted by David Akeman on Monday, December 1, 1997
I am looking for ancestors of Peter AKEMAN b. 12/29/1835 d. 6/22/1914, was married in Marshall, MO on 1/17/1861 to Emily J. HARRIS b.6/9/1841 d. 6/24/1911. They had nine children: Laura Otelia(sp?), George Relly(sp?), Henry Elliott, Chester Lewis, Marshall Beman, Mary Elizabeth, Minnie Harris, William Ernest, and Carrie May. I believe they lived in the Sweet Springs area. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

BAKER, BARRS posted by Herbert J. Bell on Monday, December 1, 1997
I am researching the BAKERs that are buried in Slater, MO. The family moved to Saline County in 1872 -- Charlotte BARRS BAKER (b. 18 Mar 1828, Jackson Co. OH) and Joseph BAKER. They were married in 1844. Joseph died in 1875 and Charlotte moved to Gentry Co. settled on a farm near Evona. Charlotte died 20 Feb 1908 and is also buried in Slater next to Joseph. They had a son named Joseph and he had a son named Harry. Then came my mother Alice and her brother Joseph.

BLACKFORD, BOTHE, CABLE, HOFFMAN posted by Judith Burkhardt on Monday, December 1, 1997
Seeking info. on Joseph CABLE who migrated to Saline Co., Mo. sometime after 1860 and died 31 Dec. 1909 in Blackburn, Saline Co., Mo., and living descendants of this children: Elba Benton, died 1936; Cora m. Ward HOFFMAN; Chloe, m. Mr. BOTHE; Eva L. m. Benjamin BLACKFORD. All were buried in the Blackburn cemetery, Saline Co., Mo. Will share info., and answer all e-mail. Thank you.

CARTER, CRAWFORD, IHRIG posted by Linda L. Crawford on Monday, December 1, 1997
Does anyone have any information on Sarah Elizabeth (Lizzie) CRAWFORD IHRIG CARTER who was supposed to have died in Marshall MO around 1940? The children of her and Benton IHRIG were Olive, Nadine, Waverly, Basil, Avis and Zona.

CHATHAM posted by Bob Perry on Monday, December 1, 1997
Need any contact with persons researching the CHATHAM, Will or William Lineage. Daughters name; CHATHAM, Bette or Betty. Lived Sweet Springs area 1900/1930. Robert M. Perry,Jr. 7460 Pine Trails Rd. Pffaftown,NC. 27040.

COLLIER, GIBBONS, SPRADLEY, ULREY posted by Melissa Jones on Monday, December 1, 1997
This is and update from my last query. I am still looking for the parents of Susan COLLIER. She was born in Jan. of 1844 in Kentucky, but must have moved to Saline Co. with her family, because on Nov. 13, 1864, at the age of 20, she married Philander GIBBONS in Saline Co. I do know that her parents names were John and Susan K. COLLIER. Does anybody know of any information on these people? I have SPRADLEY, GIBBONS, COLLIER and ULREY information to share with anybody who is wants it. Thanks --

EDWARDS posted by Malcolm Swan on Monday, December 1, 1997
I am searching for information about ancestors - some of whom lived in Saline County. In particular I would like information on EDWARDS, William Jefferson (1842-1913). He left wife Mary A. (Reed) EDWARDS and children: Harvey EDWARDS of Marshall, Ira EDWARDS of Page County, IA, and dau. Mary Susan (EDWARDS) Fisher of Wayne County IA. WJ owned a farm - described as: "W 1/2 Sec. 6, Twp 49 - R20 in Saline County. Can anyone tell me (a) how long WJ lived in Saline Cty, (b) if his widow continued to live in Saline County - and if so where she is buried, (c) if Harvey EDWARDS is buried in Saline County and if an obit can be obtained from a Marshal newspaper - probably published shortly after 14FEB1913. and/or an undertaker's statement can be obtained -- Campbell & Shafer are listed as undertakers.

ERWIN, LYON, MONROE, WOLFSKILL posted by Randal Dinehart on Monday, December 1, 1997
In a family Bible owned by my wife's Uncle Horace W. WOLFSKILL (Saline Co., born abt. 1910), we have found a list of ERWIN names going back to the late 1700's. Also in the uncle's collection are tintypes and photos owned by Hannah Susan ERWIN who married William Barney WOLFSKILL around 1880. Other family members born in 1850s include Rhoda Belle MONROE and George T. LYON. Finally, we found a paste scrapbook of newspaper obituaries from the late 1800's for Saline County. I have constructed a pedigree from W.B. WOLFSKILL to present. If there is any genealogical work already prepared for these people or any interest in the data, please contact.

FELLOWS posted by Mary Anne Denney on Monday, December 1, 1997
William FELLOWS, age 24 in 1880 census, b. 1856 in Ohio. Wife Thula (or Julia), age 23, born 1857 in Virginia and daughter Belle, age 3, born 1877 in Missouri. Living in Marshall Township, Saline County. Need help on this family please!

EDWARDS, FISHER, MOON posted by Malcolm Swan on Monday, December 1, 1997
My grandmother, Mary Susan FISHER (nee. EDWARDS) owned a farm in Saline County beginning 1913, and sold it about 1966. We want to learn how she happened to obtain the property - believing that would lead us to her father (William Jefferson EDWARDS) , or her deceased mother's (Sarah Catherine MOON) parents. Is there anyone in Saline County willing to check this out at the courthouse and report back relative to the land and probate records for time around 1913. Anything found would be most appreciated. Many Thanks -

KEETON posted by Sally Keeton Eichhorn on Monday, December 1, 1997
Am looking for someone related to a Wilkerson KEETON, .I have a copy of a letter written by Wilkerson in 1864...Would like to share.

KLEEN, POLENZ posted by Susan Long on Monday, December 1, 1997
I am looking for information on Martin KLEEN born about 1865, in Ostfriesland, Germany. Married Caroline POLENZ. Died in Mt Leonard, MO in 1934 - 1936. Any help would be appreciated.

LITTLETON posted by Sue Simpson on Monday, December 1, 1997
I'm looking for information on John M. LITTLETON and his son, Milton. They were living near Marshall, Saline County, in 1896. John M. LITTLETON was born 6 Jun 1820 in Clermont County, OH. Milton LITTLETON was born abt 1858 in Fulton County, IL. Have lots of information on the LITTLETON family.

TRENT posted by Pat Adams on Tuesday, December 9, 1997
I am researching Saline County records on my great-grandfather, William H. TRENT, and his family. He was born (approx.) Nov. 1849 in Virginia (exactly where is unkown at this time) and migrated to Saline County, Missouri during the Civil War. He is shown in the 1870 census as a farm worker in Miami Township, Saline County, Missouri. I do not know the name of his wife, but his children included my grandfather, Henry W. Trent born May 3, 1886 in Saline County (most likely Marshall), Missouri. Other children may include Helen Trent (b. January 1883), Fletcher Trent (b. May 1880), Laura Trent (b. September 15, 1879), Frank Trent (b. June 18, 1873) and Kate Trent (birth date unknown). My grandfather always spoke of Marsahall, Missouri as his "home town," so I assume this is where the majority of the Trent children were born and/or raised. I'm hoping there is someone interested in doing research for a marriage record for William H. Trent and death records on William H. and his wife which would, hopefully, provide information on their birth dates, places of birth and, in turn on their parents. Birth records for the children listed above, newspaper records of births and deaths, tax records, etc. would also be very helpful. If you are interested, I can be reached by E-mail or by telephone at (718) 469-4032.