Jesse and Daniel Ninemiers were in 1840 Daviess County census. Were they cousins of the NANCY NINEMIERS who married John A. Brown and lived in Daviess County? Trying to find parents/siblings of Nancy Ninemiers, born Ohio 12 Apr 1814. Would also like to verify her date of death and place of burial.
SCOT IN THE WOODPILE ! Frank Henry BALLINGER b. 8-2-1849 in Gallatin, MO listed his parents as Samuil Jessey Dewe(?),a scot. Frank Ballinger moved to Nash. Tenn had 14 kids which I can document. Rumor has it Dr. Ballinger was left a baby on his doorstep. Any info on Dewe owning ground in or around Davies Co ? Only Dr. I found wasn't Ballinger. Real mystery is why did Ballingers take him in and what happened to ...Mom ? Anyone knowing more than me I'd appreciate enlightenment.
Do you have any information on the BULL family who lived in Daviess County. Mary Bull died and was buried there. Thomas Bull was my great great grandfater. Any suggestions where i might get the info i am looking for?
I am interested in communicating with anyone who has questions or information about these two families who still have descendants living in Daviess County. I have many original documents from 50 to 150 years old for these families and would be glad to share what I have.
researching STOUT, TRACY, HARMON and allied families in the western half of daviess county. elias tracy and family george stout and family ww stout and family and particulary re: george m stout found on the 1870 census thank you all
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I am looking for information on my gggf William STOUT, b. abt. 1810, died 1868, buried in Daviess Co. , (Chillicothe?) He married Louisa and had a son Alfred Stout b. 8-13-1835.
Samuel PLILEY (b. PA 1796) and wife Jane (b. PA 1811) lived in Daviess Co., Missouri in 1850. Children: John, Eliza, Nancy, Isabel, and Eloner (first 4 born in Ohio, probably Ross Co.) Daughter Isabel md. Lewis Melvin THOMPSON (b. 1828 in Ohio) abt. 1858, possibly Daviess Co. Their children: John, Enos, Samuel Grant, and Douglas Berton. They lived in Daviess Co, until abt 1878, when they moved to Linwood, Leavenworth, Kansas
I am trying to find out any information on a TURNER RICHARDSON and a HARRIETT PAYNE who lived first in Virginia and eventually moved to Jackson Township, Daviess County, Missouri, They owned land about 1 mile East of Clear Creek Church/ Cemetery which they farmed and lived there until their Death, they are Buried in Clear Creek Cemetery as well as several other family mambers. I have been to this area and several other places around it on several occasions searching Records and Cemeteries, their daughter a WILMOTH RICHARDSON is the person I am mainly searching for as she is my Great- Great Grandmother and to no avail cannot place where she is buried or obtain a Death Certificate, all I now of her is she married (marriage certificate) a ALFRED W. HAMMOND in September of 1880 in Jamesport, Daviess County, Missouri and they had one child a LOUVISA CLEMENTINE HAMMOND in 1881 unable to find a Birth certificate, it is said down through the family that she Died during or shortly after Childbirth, they also lived in Jackson Township, Locksprings, Daviess County, Missouri, the 1880 Census shows her still in TURNERs household and 1900 Census does not show her we cannot find a 1890 Census, I have some information on TURNER and his Descendants as there is a book History of Daviess County missouri 1984 published by Historical Society which has WILMOTH stated in it but no further information. I believe that they were very active in the Clear Creek Church and surronding area and that WILMOTH may of been Baptized in the Church as well. Anyone knowing or having information in this matter your Help would be Greatly Appreciated.
Elizabeth Brown was listed in 1850 Daviess Co Census with Philip Brown, William Brown, James Brown and Elijah Ninemires living in her household. I assume she was the mother of Philip, William and James. Was she also the mother of John A. Brown, who also lived in Daviess Co in 1850? Was Elijah Ninemires her grandson? If so, who were his parents? Could they have been Daniel Ninemires who married Catherine Brown?
HI! I am researching the family of Campbell MAXWELL b. abt. 1800 in VA. 1st wife: Jane WHITLEY. 2nd wife: Sarah Jane WITTEN. Children: William Patton MAXWELL, David Whitley MAXWELL, Mary Jane MAXWELL, Isaac Newton MAXWELL, and James A. MAXWELL. Looking for father of Campbell, marriage date of Campbell/Sarah and death dates for Campbell/Jane/Sarah. Happy to share what I have. Thanks for your time.
Is there a canvas of headstones, or published record of burials, in the Centenary Cemetery? I'm searching for the grave marker for Mary Orten, wife of Henry Orten. Mary was born 19 Dec 1825, died 21 Feb 1900. Henry was born 22 Feb 1820, died 22 Dec 1883. I would like to know if the headstone dates agree with the dates I have. I am also searching for grave marker information for William J. Orten, b. 10 Aug 1845 d. 10 Oct 1885, and Sarah Orten his wife. I have no dates for Sarah. She may have remarried since her husband died at age 40. Thanks very much.
I am seeking information about Seth Howard DODD, b. Oct 16, 1888, d. Sept. 1966 he was born in Jamesport, Daviess Co., MO. He married Rosa Lee VOYLES from Bartlesville, OK. He had a son Named Tommie Earl Dodd who was born in Ochelata, OK. Do not know how many other children there was, would appreciate any information you might have. You can e-mail me or snail mail me at Edna Coleman 765 CR 241 Beckville, TX. 75631 Thanks for any information in advance, Edna
I am interested in information on parents of Thomas Madison HUGHES. His nickname was Matt HUGHES He was a native of Missouri, born 17 Jun 1857. His father's name was also Thomas HUGHES. T. M. married Minnie JOHNSON in Gallatin, MO about 1880. They had 5 children, Virgia, Georgie, Lila, Ona & Everett. The first 2 or 3 born in Missouri. The family moved to California in 1884. According to Minnie's death certificate her parents were Geo W. Johnson & Ellen Dean, both of Virginia. Any help with information on the HUGHES or JOHNSON'S would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.