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Genealogy Queries and Surname Postings for the
Andrew County, Missouri USGenWeb Project Page

posted during January 1997
  1. ARGYLE, BARNES, COLLINS, STEVENSON. Ginger Fri Jan 3 18:48:24 1997
    Huxley Argyle m. Jane Barnes in MO about 1850. They had a daughter, Virginia, who married John W. Collins September 14, 1871 in either IA or MO. John's father was John Mason Collins and his mother was Becky Stevenson. Looking for ANY information on these people, especially Huxley Argyle. Family story says he may have come directly from Scotland.
  2. BUCK. Jamis Buck Wed Jan 8 17:56:35 1997
    Looking for information about the parents and family of SAMUEL BUCK, born about 1836 in Missouri. He ran away from home probably around the middle of the century and never spoke of his previous family.
  3. CHANDLER, MITCHELL, CHAPMAN, BINKLEY. DONNA Tue Jan 28 14:26:52 1997
    Gib Chandler Born March 1877. Married Sallie Mitchell. Sons are Coday born Jan 1898 and Everett(Jap) born April 1900. Living most of their lives in Wright County, Missouri. Gib brothers named George, William(Bill), Andrew and Berry. Their sisters were Mary and Zilla. The mother was Mary Margaret Chapman, Chandler, Binkley. I can not their birth father anywhere.
  4. CHRISTIE, TOMLINSON, CALDWELL, JANES, FLESHER. Christine Talbot Thu Jan 2 20:43:23 1997
    Looking for info on the CHRISTIE family. Delilah CHRISTIE b.Jan 10, 1814 Ohio. Married John TOMLINSON. moved to Andrew Co. MO early 1850's Children born in Ind, Ill, and MO. Other related families: CALDWELL, JANES, FLESHER
  5. DOWNS, ASHLOCK. Janice Rewerts Wed Jan 15 10:31:30 1997
    Looking for more information about Ira Theopolis DOWNS' family, who was born ind Wyandotte Co., KS in 1873. His parents were William DOWNS 1838-1922 and Margaret Emeline ASHLOCK 1846-1913
  6. DUKES, AYRES. bill huntington Wed Jan 22 17:50:41 1997
    Benjamin Malone Dukes Born Ky 1818 M Margaret E Ayres 18 April 1852 in Poplar Bluff Mo Children John E, Elijah A, Benjamin M, Margaret Rebecca, Susan E , Thomas Josiah, Edward Benjamin died 13 Nov 1894 at Poplar Bluff Mo. Margaret Ayers was born 1834 in Tn
  7. FLESHER, JANES. ChRISTINE TALBOT Thu Jan 2 21:01:38 1997
    Looking for parents and wife of Adam FLESHER b. ca 1814 VA. Wife also b. VA according to census. His daughter Amanda FLESHER married Henry C. JANES in 1855 Buchanan Co. MO. The FLESHERS and JANES families traveled from VA to OHIO, Wisc., (many other states!) to Barry MO by 1840 (census listing). Henry JANES father was Willam H. JANES b. ca 1800-12. Henry and Amanda orphaned their 4 children by mid 1870's. Although Amanda's father (Adam ) was alive, a Christopher P. LYONS adopted the youngest child (Thomas Newton JANES), and took him to Neb. How does the LYONS family fit in? Were they relatives? I have Children names if anyone would like them! Other related names: CALDWELL, TOMLINSON, CHRISTIE,PATTON
  8. FOY - FOSTER Teresa Green Jan 7 1997
    I am looking for information on Napoleon Bonapart FOY. The information I have on Napoleon is: From 1870 Missouri Census, Callaway County, Cote Sans Dessein Township: Napoleon was 38 years old, making him born abt. 1838 in Missouri. I have also found a Napoleon FOY on the 1850 Iowa Census, Cedar County, Rochester Township: Napoleon was 19 years old and born in Iowa - are these the same person? if so, which is the right birth place? I haven't found Napoleon on any other census, he died on October 27, 1871 in Fulton, Callaway Co., Missouri. Napoleon married (1st) Alesey FOSTER on May 24, 1856. Napoleon and Alesey had one son, Alonzo FOY, born in 1857. Alesey died on May 25, 1857. Napoleon married (2nd) Susan BOYER on Feb. 17, 1868. Susan BOYER was born on Nov. 19, 1841 in Schuylkill Co., Pennsylvania, her parents were Andrew BOYER and Sarah (?) both were also born in Pennsylvania. Napoleon and Susan had 3 children: William FOY b. 1868, d. bef 1880; Clara Annie FOY b. Sept. 14, 1870, married Elmer GREEN (went by Annie C. most of the time); Alice F. FOY b. Feb. 29, 1872, married Henry FOSTER. Any information on Napoleon B. FOY - his correct birth date and location, what cemetery Napoleon is burried, is there an obit. for him?; his parents names, where they were born, what happened to them, and any other family members. Any information would be appreciated. I would love to exchange information with anyone researching any of these families mentioned in this query. Thank you, Teresa.
  9. GREEN, FOY. Teresa Green Jan 6 1997
    I am looking for information on Elmer GREEN b. June 22, 1865 in Boone County (info from obit. and Death Cert.). His father is listed as Thomas GREEN with birthplace of MO., census also list the birthplace of Elmer's mother as MO.. The earliest I have found any information on Elmer is his marriage record: on December 12, 1888, Elmer married Clara Annie FOY in New Bloomfield, Callaway Co., MO.. Clara Annie FOY is the daughter of Napoleon Bonapart FOY and Susan (BOYER) FOY. Elmer and Clara Annie lived in Callaway Co., until approximately 1903 when they moved to Oklahoma. Any information would be appreciated. I would love to exchange information with anyone researching this family, or any of the families listed in this querie. Thank you, Teresa.
  10. LAMASTERS/LEMASTERS > JACKSON > CARTER. Judy Lee Watts Fri Jan 3 23:27:23 1997
    Seeking information on Lucritia LaMasters/LeMasters; Henry Jackson; John Jackson; John Campbell Carter; Serena Jackson-Carter. Please e-mail me with any information. JudyLeeW@aol.com
  11. LANIER. John Schehrer Thu Jan 9 17:17:11 1997
    I am searching for other persons or relatives who are researching the LANIER family who lived in Andrew County during the mid 19th century. George and Jane Lanier came to Andrew County from Overton Co., Tn. with their children in the early 1840s and settled in Platte TWP. Some of their grandchildren lived at Atchison, Kansas in the late part of the 19th century. Some of George and Jane's children were Paschal, Andrew J., George W., and Celia. Some of Paschal and Nancy Lanier's children were Joseph, James H., Martha, and Mary J.
  12. LEWIS. From Cindy Radway radway@tenet.edu. I am looking for information about my ggg grandmother:
    FRANCES LEWIS
      Born - 1795 KY
      Dau. of Azariah LEWIS & Mary Ann BERRY (niece of Eliz. LEWIS)
      Died - after 1875, possibly in Andrew Co, MO
    spouse - Landy WARD
      Born - abt 1795 KY
      Mar. - 2 Mar 1813 Washington Co., KY
      Died ??
      Son of Samuel WARD & Susannah LIGON
    
    Their only child known to me was my gg grandmother:
      Arrena WARD
      Born - 13 Sep 1822 Washington Co., KY
      Died - 14 Jul 1874 Centropolis, Franklin Co., KS
      Bur. Union Cem., Douglas Co., KS
      Mar. - 13 Dec 1838 Owen Co., IN, to James BAKER
    Cindy Radway, Iraan, TX, radway@tenet.edu
    
  13. MILLER. William J Scheidegger Tue Jan 14 14:06:21 1997
    Any info about my g grandfather Henry Miller Sr. and wife Anna M., or their children. The parents were born in Switzerland, came to Andrew Co. Missouri abt 1847. Both are buried in the Upper Neely Cemetery. Their children's names are Anna Marie, Francis, Hannah, Samuel, Henry Jr. and Elizabeth.
  14. MYERS, SNEDIGAR, TAYLOR. MARYETTA ROGERSON Fri Jan 17 19:37:15 1997
    Hello, I want any information relating to Angeline Myers and either of these husbands: Morgan Snedigar , and Thomas Jefferson Taylor. Born about in the 1850's and married approx. 25 years later. Specifically I want the parents of these people and where they were from, townships and counties dates etc. Would be most gratful for any information about these folks. Maryetta Rogerson
  15. PERRY, SHINDHELM. Robert Perry Thu Jan 23 22:56:22 1997
    I'm looking for information on the Perry and Shindhelm families in Carrol, Saline, and Andrew Counties circa 1840 - 1860.
  16. PUTHUFF, McQUILLAN, COVINGTON, PAINE. Bob Tinnell Sun Jan 26 11:43:52 1997
    Researching family of Thomas William PUTHUFF ( b. Oct 15, 1868 Bolivar, Mo. d. Oct 7, 1949 Blanchard, IA) barber. His father was Charles Christopher Puthuff (1846-1882) blacksmith (from Germany?) who drove a commissary wagon for his uncle Tom McQuillan until he was old enough to enlist in 15th Mo. Cavalry in Civil War. Mother was Mary Elizabeth COVINGTON (1850-1877) buried Bolivar (old cemetary) Mary E. Covington's parents were William M. Covington (1818-1899) harness maker with Cherokee Indian blood. He is buried in Bolivar (old cemetery). His wife was Frances Ann PAINE (1825-1912) English and 1/4 Osage Indian. She was buried in Bolivar (new cemetary). (Her mother lived to age 105 and her full blooded indian grandmother lived to age 115 but do not know years of deaths.) Any help in researching these families would be appreciated.
  17. SIMPSON. Edwina Williams Sun Jan 5 20:15:42 1997
    My gr grandfather, Andrew Jackson Simpson "A.J." was born in MO abt 1840, parents unknown. He went to KY right around the time of the civil war. It's not much but if anyone can help I would very much appreciate it.
  18. WEST, BOGART, NEELEY. Tom Griffiths thomasg@pbmo.net (12 Oct 1996): My great-great grandfather (James West-1817-1875) came from NY to Balchow, MO via Ohio. He married Julia Bogart, from Ohio (1822-1869). My descendents moved on to Kansas after that. According to my aunts, James is buried in the Upper Neeley Cemetary, which I don't see listed in the USGS information. James second wife, Nancy Neeley, is also in the Upper Neeley Cemetary, but she is buried with her lst husband. Since your ancestors came from Ohio to Andrew County, it makes one wonder what occurred to attract folks on to MO. Special land offers? Others sending back information?