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Surname List A-E from the Andrew County Missouri GenWeb Project page

A

  1. ABSHIRE. crb@ponyexpress.net (3/11/97)
  2. ADAMS, of Platte twp. scassidy@ne.uswest.net (2/23/97)
  3. ADAMS - CUMMINS (Benjamin Franklin Lodusky Jane CUMMINS) Platte twnshp, 1880. Rose Adams (Mar 1, 1998) Looking for his father also, Samuel Madison ADAMS, Samuel's father was James ADAMS, his mother was Catherine Thomas, from NC. James had children: John Quincy Adams, Samuel Madison, Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Jefferson, Henry Clay, Bathsheba, Mary Ann,Cleopatra Ann. Benjamin Franklin's children were: Ulysses H.b. Feb 1867., Madison b. Mar 1870, Charles G. b.Jan 1873, Rachel R. b. Feb 1875., Rosa Catherine. b. Dec 1877, Silvia R. b. Aug 1878, Elsa S. b. Feb 1880. All born in MO. Benjamin and Lodusky were married in Ray County in 1859. Benjamin and Lodusky were both born in Missouri, he in Oct 1839, she in Jan 1844.
  4. ADAMS - KENT (John and Thursa KENT) Savannah. Abby Mabry (Apr 2, 1998) Looking for information on the parents of John Quincy ADAMS born Apr. 17, 1831 and his wife Thursy Jane KENT born June 8, 1831, married in Savannah, Andrew Co., MO on Dec. 7, 1856. Any help would be appreciated.
  5. ADKINS (Barnabus). My ancestors Henry Todd and Barnabus ADKINS were two of the first settlers in the area. Would like to be able to share info. Gloria, gleng40337@aol.com (5/11/97)
  6. AGEE - MITCHELL. Searching for Evander Agee (b. 1825 Tennessee), who married Elizabeth Mitchell (b. 1831 Missouri) in Buchanan Co., Mo. In 1860 Evander and Elizabeth were living in Savannah-Platte Township, Andrew Co., Mo. with their children Mary Emily, Martha, James, William and Melissa Adeline. Melissa married William Armstrong Gardner. Would love to hear from others who are researching Agee, Mitchell and Gardner in Missouri. Charlene Baroch (May 31 1997)
  7. AMICK family. Phillip F Junkins (Dec 11, 1997) I don't know where they lived, notes just say "moved to Missouri"
  8. ARNOLD-COFFMAN-HILL. Seek info on William H. ARNOLD b ca 1843 NY, m 9 June 1872 to Sarah Jane (COFFMAN) HILL in Andrew County MO. Sarah was widowed or divorced from my g.g.gf James HILL; in 1870 census she was working as a domestic and living with the Josiah KENNEDY family in Lincoln twp, Andrew County MO. By 1880 William and Sarah plus Sarah's son Simon Francis HILL (my ggf) were settled in Boulder County CO where William Arnold was a teamster. Marilyn Hill Mansouria (May 17 1997)
  9. ASHER - FLOYD (Harden & Mary Ann) of Fillmore, Savannah, & Rosendale, arrived from IL in 1866. Harden's brother, John Asher also lived in Andrew Co. Martha Nelson, asherexchange@juno.com (8/12/97)

B

  1. BAILEY family of Jackson township. Janeva@creativewoodworking.com (4/26/97)
  2. BAILEY (Carr). Was Andrew Co MO's Carr Bailey (b about 1795 KY) any relation to Carr Bailey of VA?
  3. BAILY (Alexander), Platte twp. Sftrail@aol.com (9/5/96)
  4. BAKER and LARIMER/LORIMER (Mary A.BAKER & John LORIMER) of Fellmore twp. Margo Lurvey (Sep 23, 1997)
    John Lorimer and Mary A. Baker were married in 1869 in Andrew county. They were listed in the 1870 Federal Census in Fellmore twp. Who were Mary A. BAKER's parents? She was born (according to census) in MO. Mary BAKER LORIMER was also listed with a Sarah BAKER in the 1860 census. Anyone having any information regarding this family please contact me. Margo Lurvey
  5. BALEY/BAILEY - FUNDERBURK (Caleb & Jane). Janeva@creativewoodworking.com. Janeva K. Baile is looking for information on Caleb BALEY/BAILEY, b ca1805 in VA, lived in Andrew Co, MO. "Caleb BALEY was a brother to Gillum BALEY, an early minister in Andrew County, MO. Their parents, William BALEY and Margaret (REED) BALEY, had seven children - all of whom lived in Andrew and Nodaway counties at some time.

    In 1849-50, Caleb, Gillum, and William Right BALEY went to California to look for gold. Caleb left his wife Jane (FUNDERBURK) BAILEY in the Bolckow area with four kids. Caleb died in the gold mines, but I have been told his death is recorded in the 1850 death records for Andrew Co. The other brothers came back to their families. However, in 1857-8, they all moved with their families to CA except for Caleb's widow and children.

    I am also trying to find the place of death and burial of his wife Jane b. ca 1805 in TN. Other members of this family lived in Nodaway, Co. Jane is on the 1880 census in Nodaway Co, but no death records exist there for her. Their oldest son John BALEY farmed in Andrew Co and later was a saloon keeper there. He married Sarah Jane BROWN. I have only been able to find census records for him--nothing else. I would appreciate any information on this family.

    I have verified most of this through census records and death certificates. The story part comes from Fresno, CA. Gillum BALEY became a judge there and there are several books containing his biography. Janeva K. Baile who also used "Mortality Records of 1850, Andrew County, Missouri" compiled by Elizabeth Ellisberry." (Jan 1 1997)

  6. BARNHART. Rena Anderson Pittman (Oct 28 1996) KING - BARNHART - DeWITT My niece would appreciate any information regarding David Hecox KING born 27 Dec 1860 We do not know for sure where he was born because he was a deaf mute. We have heard he was born around St. Louis Mo. His father was William KING born circa 1825 in IN.. David Hecox KING married 27 Feb 1902 (in Bandera Tx) Ida Jane BARNHART (also a deaf mute) b. 18 Dec 1876 Mo. or Tx. Her parents were Dal Lorenzo (or Lorenzo Dal) BARNHART and Mary Hannah DeWITT. Any information will be appreciated. Also interested in hearing from anyone knowing of other deaf mutes with the above names, for hereditary research. Cotact: Linda Anderson Zachary %Patrick Street Inn B&B 512 N. Patrick Dublin, Tx 76446 817-445-4922
  7. BARRETT (William Joseph). David M. Strawser, granby@ix.netcom.com (Oct 9 1996).
  8. BAYNE - HOLT (Hiram; Louisa HOLT) Nodaway Township from 1842 to 1902. John Griffin (Apr 26, 1998) Hiram C. BAYNE was born in Andrew Co., MO in 1843, a son of Henry W. BAYNE(1810-1895) and Anna Mariah LOVELACE (1801-1862). Hiram married Louisa C. HOLT in 1864 in Andrew Co., MO. Louisa was born, died, and buried at Savannah, Andrew Co., MO. Their children were Lewis, William H., and Thomas Lee HOLT.
  9. BAYNE - LOVELACE (Henry W.; Anna Maria LOVELACE) Nodaway Township from 1843 to 1895. John Griffin (Mar 29, 1998) Henry W. BAYNE was born in Kentucky in 1810 and married Anna Mariah LOVELACE in Bullitt Co., KY, in 1862. They moved to Indiana soon after that and had five children in Franklin Township, Johnson Co., In, between 1832 and 1841. Their last child was born in 1843 in Andrew Co., MO.
    The BAYNE children were: 1. Jesse (1830-1850); 2. Tilmon (1832-1926), married Melissa Dinah TOLLIVER; 3. Eliza, born in 1836, married William FARRIS; 4. Elizabeth (1838-1897), married Christopher C. GEE; 5. and Hiram C. BAYNE, born in 1843, and married Louisa C. HOLT in 1865 at Andrew Co., MO
    Henry W. BAYNE was the maternal g-g-g-grandfather of John Griffin, who will share family information. John lives at 2008 Stringer Gap Road, Grants Pass, OR. Thank you!
  10. BAYNE - TOLIVER (Tilmon; Melissa Dina TOLIVER) Savannah 1860 to 1877. John Griffin (Apr 4, 1998) Melissa Dinah TOLIVER was born in 1841 at McDonald, TN, and married Tilmon BAYNE in 1858 at Xenia, MO. Some of their children were born in Andrew Co., MO. The father of Melissa was William Andrew Jackson TOLIVER (alternate spellings of surname could have been TOLLIVER or TALIAFERRO). He was born in VA, lived in TN, and in Nodaway Co., MO. Tilmon BAYNE was born in Johnson Co., Indiana, and moved with his parents to Andrew Co., MO, in 1843. He and his wife had 12 children. I share family information.
  11. BEAIRD of Savannah. RRBEAIRD@AOL.COM (5/10/97)
  12. BECKETT - MALONEY (Americas & Richard). Richard Maloney came to this country about 1857 from Ireland and he served as a Union Soldier in the Civil War, signing up in Mo. After the war he went to Tx. for a time and fought the Indians, then came back to Mo. He had a son, John Hirman Maloney b. 6-4-1867 in Cosby, Mo. Richard also had another son, William. I think Richard was married to Americas Beckett. I would appreciate any help at all. Joyce Rhodes (Oct 26 1997)
  13. BENEDICT. zammer@ohmygosh.com Laura Wilson, 311 S Anthony, Anthony, KS 67003 (5/11/97)
  14. BENNETT, SMITH, INGLIS, TOLLE, GOSSETT, McMILLAN. John Bennett, email (2/28/0)
  15. BEZONA - BERTRAM, BERTREM - TERRY. Am looking for more information about Nora Lee BEZONA B: 10/1/1888 Savannah,Andrew Co. MO. Father's name Albert BEZONA Mothers name Nancy....Married George A BERTRAM/BERTREM 12/5/1909 but I'm not sure if wed in Mo. Went to Des Moines,Ia. and sometime later returned to St. Jo, Mo. She divorced George BERTRAM and married Clarence TERRY I have no other dates. Died there and is supposed to be buried in Savannah. May have had sisters named Rose, Nancy, Georgia, Alice, and Elsie and brothers named Henry B:abt 1902, William B: abt 1907, and Steve. George BERTRAM is said to be buried in Savannah also. Any help would be greatly appreciated. THANK YOU. Kathy Bertrem (May 20 1997)
  16. BIRCHFIELD (Mahaly). Pam Jines (Nov 26, 1997) Looking for information about Mahaly BIRCHFIELD. She appears on the 1850, Andrew County, Missouri, census. She appears to be a widow. Her husband may have died in the late 1850's. She was born in Kentucky about 1823. Her children's names are Amanda, Luther and Theodore, all born in Missouri in the 1840's.
  17. BLACKBURN - HAMMER. Looking for information on my great Aunt; Sarah Jane BLACKBURN, born cs. 1868. She married E. M. HAMMER on 26 Dec. 1886 in Andrew Co. Missouri. She may have moved to DeKalb County or maybe into Kansas. I have no further leads at this time. Any information on these family members would be greatly appreciated. MARY BLACKBURN (Aug 19 1997)
  18. BLASER - HOFMANN (Friedrich Jakob (or Johann Friedrich), w. Rosina HOFMANN ) Settled 3 miles North of Amazonia in 1891. April Neal (Nov 28, 1997) Immigrated from Bern, Switzerland (Grosshochstetten) with their four children, Lina, Ernest, Louise and Jacob Frederick
  19. BOLING - ANDERSON (Jesse & Dorinda), THORNTON, TOWNSEND. Seeking any information on BOLING, Jesse and wife Dorinda ANDERSON of Andrew Co. Dorinda is found on the 1870 Andrew Co Census. Jesse apparently died between 1860 Holt Co Census and the 1870 Andrew Co. With Dorinda are children: Bailey B (Burrell) 22, Z (Zachary) Taylor 20 and Medora 15. She is living a few households from Afred Townsend, whom Dorinda later married. The other BOLING children were: Margaret, Robert D, and Martin N. Jesse and first wife had Mary Ann BOLING who married Benjamin Franklin THORNTON in and lived in Andrew Co also. Another daughter, Louisa BOLING married Benjamin's brother, Joseph H. THORNTON in Holt Co. I am interested in sharing information on any of these families. Thank you. Linda McNie (Oct 18 1997)
  20. BOMAR - COLLINS (Henry J. & Mary "Polly") of Jackson Township. Barbara Roup (Aug 13 1997) (9/10/96)
  21. BOWMAN (Casper and Margaret A.) Family history chart (Feb 21 1998)
  22. BOWMAN (Reece and Mary Elizabeth HELTZEL), buried in the Flag Springs Cemetery Sue, harthun@pacbell.net
  23. BOWMAN - WOOD (Benjamin & Barbara WOOD). Peggy Quimby Bowman (Feb 16, 1998) I am interested in Info, on this family and where they lived . Census said Andrew Co. Benjamin Henry Bowman (a son) was born 1855 . Came to Bradley Co. Ark. after this date.
  24. BOYLES, Flag Springs. Brenda Bridges (10/29/96) George and Martha Boyles, settled in Andrew County, Mo (Flag Springs area) approx, 1841. Known children: Clayton M., Phillip M., Martha Ann (McDonough), Cynthia (Meeks), Martin D., Andrew J., Francis M.(Twin), George Jefferson(Twin), Erasmus L., Diantha (Bradford), Oliver H. The last three children were born in the state of Missouri. Any information would be most appreciated. Thank You!
  25. BOYLES (George and Martha (?) Boyles) Around Savannah, born in 1795, unsure of when in MO. Gail Anderson (Jan 11, 1998) Trying to locate info about Boyles family from Peter Boyles in 1795. Son George moved to Savannah. Any information about Boyles family in general would be helpful. Unsure of wife's maiden name. They did have a son named Francis Marion Boyles in 1836.
  26. BOYLES of Winterset, IA (11/12/99) submitted by Judith Burkhardt & Marilyn Merritt
    Tombstone Records of Madison Co., IA. by WPA Boyles
    Arena J. 1855 to 11-11-1912; Penn Center Cem. (Mrs. Newton S.)
    Lydia (Allison) d. 5-11-1904 aged 82; Winterset Cem. Winterset.wife of Phillip M.
    M.M. 1865 to 12-12-1916; Winterset Cem. Winterset
    Newton S. 1847 to 1-7-1920 Penn Center Cem., Penn Twp. (wife Arena J.)
    Civil War veteran;
    Phillip M. died 9-4-1885 aged 62 Winterset Cem. Winterset; (wife Lydia Allison);
    Civil War veteran
    Boyles of Winterset, Madison Co., IA

    The History of Madison Co., IA (pub. 1879)
    p. 606, 607 Union Twp.

    BOYLES, Phillip M., farmer and stock-buyer, Sec. 29; P.O. Winterset; born Canaan Twp., Athens Co., Ohio, June 5, 1823; he was the second son of George and Martha Boyles, and one of twelve children; his father was a farmer and the son assisted him in the duties of farm life; in 1839 he moved with his parents to Elkhardt Co., Indiana and remained there until 1843, and then went to Andrew Co., MO., there he remained until 1846; while living here (sic - there) he witnessed the brutal whipping of a slave that was so revolting to his manly nature, that he resolved to seek a home in Iowa, and no sooner had he resolved than he acted, and the same year came to this county and settled on the land he now owns, and has resided here since that time; he has made all the improvements; he split all the rails for thirty-five cents per hundred, to purchase land warrants with which to locate his land; he has gone to Saylorville and hewn logs to purchase seed corn, and has worked at harvesting at fifty cents per day, half of which was to be taken out in trade at the store, calico at the time was being twenty-five cents per yard; he served in the war during the rebellion; he owns a fine farm of 320 acres and another near the above of 177 1/2 acres, both well improved and in a good state of cultivation; for the past few years he has been devoting the greater portion of his time in buying stock; he married Miss Lydia Allison February 22, 1845; she was a native of Crawford Co., Illinois, where she was raised; their family consists of seven children: Martin, Milton, Mary, now Mrs. Seevers, Maria, Myra, Marilla and Maloy.

    p. 607
    BOYLES, M., farmer, Sec. 29; P>O> Winterset; born in Madison County, in 1853; he rents 170 acres of land of his father; he married Miss Sarah White in 1878; she was born in Warren County; has one child: Nellie

    History and Business Directory of Madison Co., Iowa by J.J. Davies (pub. 1869)
    p. 32 (this is to lengthy to type out, so will just list the high lights)
    P.M. Boyles was the next settler in this county. He came from Andrew Co., Missouri, and located on a farm one half mile east of town, the 11th day of Nov. 1846. He was his own carpenter and architect. Talks about hardships etc., but he is now comfortably fixed. He was elected Clerk of the Court of County Commissioners at the first election of the county. He is a jovical, good-feeling man, a pleasant neighbor, a good citizen, and a kinder-hearted man cannot be found.

  27. BRANDLI at Savannah. JH5001@AOL.COM (11/09/96)
  28. BRECKENRIDGE. Broup10@aol.com (9/10/96)
  29. BROCK (Joseph and Mary ???) Hackberry Ridge 1850/60. Joe Edwards (Jan 17, 1998) Looking for ancestory and descendents of Joseph and Mary Brock. Joseph was born in KY and Mary in Tenn. Known children: Anna Elizabeth married Jeptha Dudley Edwards; Susan K.; Edwards H.; Robert H.; and Eleline. Any help given will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  30. BROOKS of Rochester. Lisa Newton (3/7/97; updated Oct 2002)
  31. BROOKS of Rochester. RTalbot105@aol.com (1/2/97)
  32. BROWN (George and Isabelle (GALAWAY)) coflyfishr@aol.com Family history chart (1/5/97)
  33. BROWN - CONNER, JR (Maria Ann & Joseph Hiram), lived 7 miles south of Graham from 1869 - 1876. Mel Bix (Aug 31 1997)
  34. BROWN, HILL: George HILL, b 1853 MO, appears on 1860 census with parents Stephen and Anne (Anderson) HILL in Jackson twp, Andrew County MO. On 1870 census, George is apparently living with family of Elizabeth BROWN in Hughes twp, Nodaway County MO, as a farm laborer and "attending school." Seek info on George HILL and family of Elizabeth BROWN. Marilyn Hill Mansouria (May 17 1997)
  35. BUNSE - VOGEL (Lena BUNSE & Christian VOGEL) Cosby ca. 1880-1960 William Lamb (Oct 13, 1997)
  36. BURK (Gibson and Sarah Ann DeWEESE). Family history chart (Feb 21 1998)
  37. BUTCHER. Lisa Newton (Oct 25 1997; updated Oct 2002)
  38. BUTLER. zammer@ohmygosh.com Laura Wilson, 311 S Anthony, Anthony, KS 67003 (5/11/97)

C

  1. CALDWELL of Rochester. RTalbot105@aol.com (1/2/97)
  2. CALLEN - BAKER (Callen, Samuel and Sarah Baker) Andrew county, m.1869. Margo Lurvey (Nov 29, 1997) Samuel Callen and Sarah Baker were married in Andrew county, in 1869. They were listed in the 1870 census, but I lost track of them after that. Anyone researching this family, please contact me. MALURVEY@juno.com
  3. CAMPBELL - DOWDEN (Deolan (Dee Olen?) m. Amanda Margaret Dowden) Flag Springs Deolan b. 1876 d. 1936; Amanda b.1879 d.1972. Matt Campbell (Mar 26, 1998) Does anyone have info on their ancestors, especially Deolan (spellings vary). I'd be happy to share everything we have on their descendants.
  4. CANTERBURY/CANTERBERRY family. Emily, aulicino@teleport.com (Sep 15 1996) (10-1-98).
  5. CARR - MILLER (John and Angie Miller) Oregan, Missouri 1880's. Sandra Kisor (Mar 20, 1998) I am looking for the CARR and MILLER families of Andrew County, Missouri
  6. CARRIGER - LEVICY - DAVIS (Mary LEVICY) 1839. Linda Carriger Dillow (Nov 13, 1997) Mary Levicy CARRIGER married Isaac DAVIS and had several children. The family apparently remained in Andrews County, Missouri. Have family line of Mary Levicy Carriger to 1590.
  7. CARRIGER - WARD (Christian and Levicy Ward) 1942-April 1846. Linda Carriger Dillow (Nov 28, 1997) CARRIGER family history is one of above average interest. CARRIGER family came from East Tennessee. In Missouri married into WARDLOW, DAVIS, KENNEDY, PATTERSON, STOVER, CASS, WHITTINGTON. I have entire line beginning 1590's.
  8. CARROLL - LONG (John Edward, Martha M LONG) 1841-1846. Don Conley (Dec 29, 1997) Looking for the burial of Martha M Long Carroll. Lived Andrew County, Missouri 1841-1846. Died in Andrew County in Jan/Feb 1846. Wife of John Edward CARROLL. John Edward CARROLL and Martha M LONG were married in Tennessee or Kentucky in 1840. Had one son born in Kentucky, Maybe Christian County 1841. I need a lot of help on this one. Don Conley, Kennewick, Washington
  9. CAWOOD of Cawood. garycawood@woldnet.att.net (4/7/97)
  10. CHANEY of Rochester Twp. songs-hansing@iwvisp.com (3/9/97; 1/3/4 update)
  11. CHASE (Lewis K. & Ruby WOODWARD) in 1866 he moved to Fillmore, Andrew Co., Mo., where he resided ten years and was engaged in hotel keeping. (8/9/98)
  12. CHILDERS. zammer@ohmygosh.com Laura Wilson, 311 S Anthony, Anthony, KS 67003 (5/11/97)
  13. COAKLEY - SHACKELFORD (G. W. and Dora (?) SHACKELFORD) 1878. D. Staal (Mar 22, 1998) I recently bought what appears to be an original marriage certificate for this couple. I bought it with the intention of returning it to their families but have been unable to locate them. It is dated March 7, 1878.
  14. COBB of Jefferson Twp. Lisa Newton (3/7/97; updated Oct 2002)
  15. COBB. matucker@ix.netcom.com (4/1/97)
  16. COFFEE. Lisa Newton (Oct 25 1997; updated Oct 2002)
  17. COFFMAN at Savannah. JH5001@AOL.COM (11/09/96)
  18. COFFMAN - GILLESPIE (Isiah or Issac & Sarah Ann), of Jefferson and Lincoln Township. Census 1860 and 1870 children: Perry, Henry, MaryB, Laura, Judith and Anna Edna Youngblood (Aug 22 1997)
  19. CONNER, Jr - BROWN (Joseph Hiram & Maria Ann), lived 7 miles south of Graham from 1869 - 1876. Mel Bix (Aug 31 1997)
  20. COX, COFFMAN, TURNER, ELLSEY, RICHMOND, RAINS, CHAMNESS (John F and Matilda COFFMAN) 1850, perhaps as early as 1826. Cheri Astrahan (Apr 14, 1998) Looking for the descendents of John F COX Sr(1798-?) and Matilda COFFMAN (1802-?), married 1824 in KY. Also looking for dates of death. Sons include, John F COX, Jr (1826-?) who married Milly Ann TURNER in 1851. 3 children listed in 1860 C Census, F.P.(age 7, male), T.S.(age 5, male) and M.J.(age 1, female). Also son Luther C COX (1833-?) married Rebecca Jane ELLSEY in 1858.George W COX (1837-?) married Mary A RICHMOND in Iron County in 1866 and married Lucy Ann RAINS in Andrew County in 1856. Samuel Davis COX (1834-1906) married Martha Ann CHAMNESS (1849-before 1900) in Nodaway County in 1868. No further records for Eli C COX(1828-?) or Thompson S COX (1831-?). Especially interested in names of John Jr's children and any information of descendents of other brothers, except Samuel. I have those records. Willing to exchange info.
  21. CROCKETT, Nancy Luticia of Fillmore. GLPAULI@aol.com (3/23/97)
  22. CROUCH at St. Joseph. nathanc@aristotle.net (11/25/96)
  23. CUPP (John Robert & William H.). 1cupp@erols.com (1/1/97)

D

  1. DAILY - MORGAN (Samuel & Julian Morgan) 1850's-1900's. Darrell R. Holt (Apr 18, 1998) DAVIS - CARRIGER (Isaac & Mary LEVICY CARRIGER) 1839. Linda Carriger Dillow (Nov 13, 1997) Mary Levicy CARRIGER married Isaac Davis and had several children. The family apparently remained in Andrews County, Missouri. Have family line of Mary Levicy Carriger to 1590.
  2. DAVIS (George & Sarah). George Davis wife Sarah lived in MO. George died before 1870. Children: 1. John F Davis born about 1848 MO married Phoebe Kane, 2.Margaret Davis 3. Mary Davis. The family did move to KS for a few years. Florence Lucero, at Flolucero@Wayfarer1.com (10/96)
  3. DAVIS (James Lysander and Mary Ann MESSICK) Was a captain in the Confederate army 1861-1865. Apparently moved to Clearmont, MO sometime later. Debbie Leftwich (Sep 23, 1997 - 00:54)
  4. DAWSON, possibly of Evony. scoggins@mako.com (4/26/97)
  5. DELANEY (Isaac) Nodaway District, 1850. Renea Burkholder (Feb 3, 1998) 262/261 census listing:
    Isaac Delaney 41 b TN
    Elizabeth     27 b OH
    Isaac         25 b IN
    Katharine     13 b IN
    Jesse A       10 b IN
    N. Elias       5 b MO
    David W.       2 b MO
    
    I am looking for any information about this family. Where in TN was Isaac born? Who were his parents? I have Delaneys that may be connected in TN and will gladly share. Thanks for any help!
  6. DePRIEST (Nimrod, b 12/23/1900). Ronnie L. DePriest, RDePriest@idcnet.com (Feb 14 1997).
  7. DeWITT. Rena Anderson Pittman Oct 28 1996
  8. DIXON - BARNES, BURNS (Raphael, Susannah Barnes/Burns) 1847 http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/p/o/t/Mary--L-Potthast/. Mary Lue Dixon Potthast (Apr 3, 1998) Raphael married Susannah, September 5, 1847, in Andrew County, Missouri. Shortly there after they moved to Nodaway County, Independence Township. I am looking for any information I can.
  9. DOOLIN family. Emily, aulicino@teleport.com (Sep 15 1996) (10-1-98).
  10. DORRELL (George) (c1832 Indiana-?). First wife was Margaret Yoder. They lived in Andrew Co., Missouri. I would like to know the names of his parents and whether he married a second time. Thank you, Katherine Sullivan, North Carolina (May 2 1997)
  11. DOUGHERTY. RDoughe435@aol.com
  12. DOWIS: Is anyone else researching the DOWIS families who moved to MO/IA ca 1840 from Knox Co. KY. They settled in Andrew, Nodaway and Schuyler counties in MO and Taylor, Ringgold and Appanoose counties in IA. Spouses include: DOWIS | GODSEY | GUILL | MELVIN | WHITE | EDWARDS | ELLIOTT | BYRN | DOWNING | ROWE | DAVIDSON | SHAW | THARP | ALDRICH | WILLIAMS | WARNICK | ERSKINE. I will gladly share information on these families. Anne Dowis, at a_dowis@altavista.com (April 2000 update)
  13. DUNCAN (Richard Henery & Mary Williams) perry william d roberts (Oct 12, 1997)
  14. DYCHE-James Riley born Sept 1, 1853 Andrew Co. Near Savannah. Doug Dyche (Sep 29 1997)

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  1. EDWARDS of Savannah. edwards@salinas.net (10/30/96)
  2. EISIMINGER - DAVIS (Nancy Ella & Alfred Oliver DAVIS) last found in 1900 census, Andrew County. Monica Eshelman (Nov 9, 1997) Nancy "Ella" (Eisiminger) & Alfred "Ol" Davis had several children: Charles, Claude, Mary, Jennie, John, George, Martha. They were first cousins of my grandfather, Lewis Bishop. We have lost track of this family entirely. Can anyone help us find them?
  3. ELLIOTT family; 1840's - 1870's. Netta (Feb 16, 1998)
  4. ELLIOTT - MCGOWAN (William & ? Mcgowan). Wilbur D. Russell (Dec 27, 1997)
  5. ELLIOTT. matucker@ix.netcom.com (4/1/97)
  6. ENDERLING. zammer@ohmygosh.com Laura Wilson, 311 S Anthony, Anthony, KS 67003 (5/11/97)
  7. EPPERSON of Cosby. Lisa Newton (3/7/97; updated Oct 2002)
  8. ESTEP. Sue, harthun@pacbell.net