Looking for info on the ancestors of John Steel(e) CAMPBELL b Mar 1856 & wife Mary Margaret "Maggie" HOUSTON b. Oct 1863. Listed in 1900 census in Monett Twp/Monett with children Julia D., Bessie E., & Claud(e) Houston. Birthplace of John listed as MO, Maggie listed as KY. Have no birth records; want to find out who their parents were, did they own land, etc.
Looking for info on William Ambrose SMITH of Purdy who married Lillie Bacon COOK of Mormaduke in Barry Co. 5 Jan 1890. He's believed to have been b 18 Jun 1850/52, lived in Purdy, d in OK before 1900. Looking for siblings/parents. Lillie's father Lawton Lyon BACON of Crane Creek Twp. in Barry Co.
Looking for info on Alfred S. HARBIN...were his parents in Barry Co. 1844-67? He was born NC 1801, married Henrietta Lowe RUTHERFORD NC 28 Dec 1827, in TN to 1838, then to AR and to MO. Listed in Barry Co. history as "representative"....of what? Children Nancy, Walter J., Martha Jane BLANTON. What was his relationship to John G., JARRETT, James C.? Was he father of Alfred HARBIN who married Adaline PEEVEY in 1854?
Looking for proof of death, or obits for Samuel R., Amanda Elizabeth and Clinton BEAMAN. S. R. and Amanda both died in 1920 and Clinton 11-11-1911. We think they lived around Washburn or Siligman. Thanks
Looking for information on the JACKSON family -- Hugh Thomas (or Thomas Hugh) was married to Mary Ann GOLD of Stone County, and disappeared around 1882. Legend says that they found his corpse, but she refused to claim it. She is buried in a small graveyard on the Gold family farm. They had a son, William A. (Bud) JACKSON (1881-1917), who married Minnie MAPLES and is buried in they graveyard of the Union Ridge Baptist Church.
Looking for any information on Solomon ROBERTS, b. ~1810 in SC or GA, and his wife, Mary A. PARR, daughter of Barton Brawner CLEMENTS. They were married in Barry Co. and were in the 1860 Census. She married John SMITH after Solomon's death and continued to live in Barry Co. until at least 1870+. Also, what is the relationship of Jerusha ROBERTS to Solomon? She married a PATTON in Barry Co, but returned to using ROBERTS. On her tombstone, it states she is Solomon's wife, but I doubt it.
Looking for information on Samuel PARKER, born 1853 in Barry County, Missouri. Married to Malinda Caroline STEWART (date and place unknown). Samuel's mother was Catherine ?? (later married to a VERMILLION). Who was his father? Who were his siblings? Where are his parent's buried? All help greatly appreciated.
Looking for information on John H. BURTON, his pension papers said he died 6/25/1902 and that he received his pension at Mano, Barry Co, MO. His wife Artemisa died in 1884 and is buried at Edie Cem. He was on the 1900 cen. in Roaring River Twsp. with his two youngest children, Robert and Janie. I would like to know where he is buried.
My mother, Nelle Parthine TAYLOR was born in Cassville and I have original family tax receipts from 1880s,an original Release of Lein from Trust Bond and Mortgage by The Board of Church Extension of The Methodist Episcopal Church dated 8/16/1887 on the Methodist Espicopal Church Casville,Mo. Form is signed by J.L. Padgett, J.C. Davis and M. Wallace, Trustees of Church, Attorney Lafayette Beasley,and Chas. S. Bryan? recorder. I also have the front (and only) page of the Saturday, April 22,1893 Cassville Democrat with the report of the fire destroying a good part of Cassville business area. I would like to hear from anyone that is familar with TAYLOR or LEE familys in Cassville from 1880-1924.
Looking for death and burial information on William & Marinda NORVELL, who were in Barry Co., Shoal Creek area according to the 1880 census with their daughter Harriett and g.s William, and sister Eliza J. Also looking for descendants of Daniel and Mary NORVELL GHAN. They lived in the Wheaton area and died in the mid 1920's; buried Muncie Chapel Cemetery.
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
I am looking for infomation on the family of James STONE. They lived in barry county Mo for the years of 1830-1840 (approximately). I know that they had several children born during this time. Andrew Larkin STONE otherwise known as A L Stone, and his brother John Lock STONE, were both born there. Any information that I could find on the life of James and Elizabeth STONE in Barry county would be most appreciated.
Looking for info on Miller LEE and the date he arrived in Barry County. Have differing sources which say 1835 and 1840. Also searching for children of John Shelton (Sheldon?) LEE and his first wife, Sarah PERKINS. Sarah died 1859. Children: Samantha Lee b 1854 Barry Co MO, no additional info; Larkin Lee b 1856 MO, shown in 1860 census with father as head of household and in 1870 census in household of James W BRANT and wife Caroline; Laura Lee b 1858 MO m Thomas J HUBBERT (maybe 2nd husband). Have other children of John Lee's second wife and would like to share info. Thx. Shelley Lee
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.
Searching for info on the HOWELL family of Barry County. My great grandmother, Liddie Virginia HOWELL, born in Seligman, MO 2-17-1877. Her parents were George and Sarah (maiden name unk.) HOWELL. I believe she may also have had a brother named George. Came to Texas circa 1890. She married Jesse MCELWAIN about 1894.
Researching LITTLE/PHILLIPS families. My gr grandfather was Thomas Redman LITTLE b 31 Mar 1857 Warren Co., GA married Martha (Dolly) Mae PHILLIPS. One of their sons, Charley Grey LITTLE b31 Jan 1882 Barry Co., MO. Any information please contact me at email email@example.com. MANY THANKS
I am researching the RINE/RYAN family in Barry Co. They came from Daviess Co., MO about 1890 and settled in the Exeter area. Henry A RINE and his wife, Sarah Gertrude WARD brought 5 children who grew up in Barry Co. The oldest boy, Alva RYAN was my grandfather. He married Verna M BAYLESS in 1900. They lived in various areas of Barry Co. Most of the family and several of my uncles (Alva's ch) are buried in Exeter. Henry's brother John RINE came at the same time and is bur in Concord Cem. at Exeter. I would like information concerning his descendents. Another brother, William RINE may have been in Barry Co., also but have no record. Any help would be apprecitated. I am putting together a book on this family for publication in late May or early June.
Need any info on the DAGLEY family of 1860-1885 Barry County, Missouri. Especially desire info on Sarah DAGLEY who died c.1884 at County Poor Farm. Her daughter Mary Ann DAGLEY married into the BAKER/SELLARS family of Barry County.
I'm trying to find info on husband of Anne Kesner BOWEN,we believe his name is William Henry BOWEN and buried in Barry Co. Anne is in the 1850 census with children Rosanah, John Gately(my gggrandfather),MiCajah,and Isah. I know the children were born in Illinois in 1830's. John Gately m. Mary Ann HADLEY also from Barry Co. Any info would be appreciated.
Looking for information on a German family named,BRUENN or BRUNN. Arrived to the U.S., 12 Oct.1877, in New York. Find them on the 1880 Barry Co., MO Census living in Shoal Creek Township but they were listed as, BROWN. 1900 Barry Co., MO Census they are the BRUENN family. Children were baptised at St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in Pulaskifield, MO. Anyone know of this family?
John Anderson GEORGE, Barry Co. census 1870 flat creek twp. His daughter Mary Ann GEORGE married Thomas FINNEY in1874,Barry co. Co.There was also a D.O. George listed in that census. Could they be related and the reason John came to Barry Co.?
I am researching the family of James William AUSTIN, b 1833 in TN, died 1901 Washington Co., AR. He was married to Judeah Lavina DAVIS, b 1850, IL, d 1884, Washington Co. AR. The information I have indicates their six children were born in Barry Co., MO. during the 10 year period between 1872 and 1882. I will share information on this family.
RAGSDALE, Clarence or Lawrence Royal Are these the same person? One or the other of them was my grandfather Edgar E. RAGSDALE'S father. I need to know which was his father, and that persons parents if anyone knows. His mother was Lydia SLENTZ and I think they were all from the Hurley area. What I have so far would indicate Clarence was Edgar's father, and Lawrence his Grandfather or maybe uncle or cousin.
Seeking information and descendants on several related families who lived in the Newton/Barry Co. area prior to the Civil War. Families include Luke WILLIAMS, Joseph WILLIAMS, John WILLIAMS, John DILL, Stephen SUTTON, Thomas RUTLEDGE, Nathan BRANNON. Other associated names include GALLION, GAW, BROWN. These families were originally from Jackson/White County, TN area. Most arrived in MO ca 1842. Will answer all and will exchange information.
Researching Edmon Franklin HYDE and Nancy Ann FREEMAN, who m. January 1, 1846 in Illinois, and both died in Seligman, Barry County, MO. Edmon b. June 8, 1828 Robertson County, TN, d. September 5, 1912, and Nancy b. December 25, 1830, New Concord, Callaway County, Kentucky. Any info appreciated, esp. where they are buried. Thanks, Patty
REDINGTON , Edward Claude b. 3 May 1895 Ringo Point, Adair Co., MO m. Ida Ella DUMMIT in Monett, Barry Co., MO on 26 Nov. 1921. Ida was b. 12 Jun 1899 in Monett, Barry Co., MO. Claude is listed on some war memorial in Monett. Looking for information on Julius Hamlin REDINGTON, Edward's father; Francis LANKARD, Edward's mother; or any information on the Dummits.
Looking for information on my ancestor Mary Ellen BROWN born in Barry County on June 20 1850. She married Felix Edwin LUSTER. They had a daughter Arratta LUSTER who married Cephas Marion SNIDER and lived in Aurora. Mary Ellen's parents were Abraham and Hester. Her siblings Martha, Nancy, and Thomas.
My STONE family was in Barry Co. bef. 1839 also my WELCH family. John WELCH md. Margaret STONE 1841 this family went to Smith Co. TX by 1846. Margaret was the dau: on James & Elizabeth GUEST/STONE unknown parents for John WELCH. Jim & Donna Bowen
Robert NEATHERRY, b. 20 Oct. 1799, Va., occupation, tailor; m. 28 Nov. 1846, Barry Co., Mo. to Lucinda K. ESTES, B. CA 1831, Ar. May not have been first marriage. Their known children were, Mary B., b. ca 1848, Ar.; m. James MCCANN, Thomas J., b. ca 1850, Sarah M., b. ca 1852; m. Elijah MAXWELL, Catherine, b. ca 1855, Ar, James S., b. ca 1858; m. Isabella HUMBARD, Laban S., b. ca 1860, Ar. Any information appreciated.
John WELSH (WELCH) and Margaret Matilda STONE were m. 22 May 1841 in Barry Co., MO. John had two children by previous marriage: California WELCH (b. 1838) and John W. WELCH (b. abt 1840). Henry Bowlin WELCH was b. abt 1842 in MO; then the family left for Texas. Traveling with the WELCHES were Henry Bowlin and Sarah CARRUTHERS. Both families lived for a while in Smith Co., TX, then moved on to Freestone Co., TX. I would like to know more about these families. Anyone related to these families?
Looking for information on James William GATES. His son Robert Emery GATES married Minnie Ellen DAVIS at Cassville, MO in 1897. James'S wife's name was Mary Elizabeth CASEBOLT. Any help would be great.
I am looking for John Fletcher GRIFFITH, married to Elvira MORRILL, who lived in Barry county prior to 1860 or so. They had a daughter named Virginia GRIFFITHS who married Samuel Jefferson MCKINNEY and moved to Texas to Collin County. The Griffiths were not happy that their daughter married my g-g-grandfather and disapproved. When they got ready to leave Barry County however, they relented and also moved with them. My G-G-G grandfather was a school teacher and I believe that Virginia or Ginnie was a student of his. I would appreciate any information about them at all. Thanks!
I am looking for a long lost great-great. Her name was Louisa DABBS b.1836 Lewis Co. Tn. Married George R. KEELING Sept. 11 1850 Lewis Co. Tn. Had 9 children and moved to Barry Co, Missouri @1880. Any connections to this family Please!!! Contact me asap. Have loads of info. to share!!!! Thanks Shirley
I would like any information conerning RUMBAUGH. My Grandfather was Phoenix It could possibly be Alvin Phoenix. He married Sarah (Annie) TEEL. I think Phoenix's father was Solomon RUMBAUGH. They lived around the Capp Creek Township.
Searching for information on Caleb (Calep) SUMPTER and Lucinda BURK (BURKE) and their parents. Caleb and Lucinda were married in Barry Co., MO on 7 Aug 1860. Caleb's parents are Jeptha SUMPTER, b. 1806 VA and Eliza Ann ___ , b. 1824 TN and he was born in 1841perhaps in Reynolds Co., MO. Caleb had three younger brothers: Jesse, b. 1843; Abraham, b. 1845; and Henry , b. 1848. On 3 Oct 1862, Caleb enlisted as a Confederate Soldier in Randolph Co., AR in the 3rd Regiment Missouri Cavalry and was allegedly killed sometime during the Civil War. Family legend has a Benjamin SMALLEY (SMILEY) returning Caleb's pocket knife and notebook to Caleb's wife, Lucinda [Burk] SUMPTER. Jim Young, RR 3, Box 329-A, McAlester, OK 74501.