ANCIENT FACES OF HARRISON COUNTY, MO

If you have an old photo of Harrison County or its residents, and can email it to me (MOHarris-Admin@Rootsweb.com), I would very much like to post it on this page. Please, no living people unless 100 years or more. :)

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BETHANY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES, CLASS of 1905
Among the graduates were Charline Crossan, Maurice Frisby, Agnes Glaze, Albert Leazenby and Leigh Papineau.
These names cannot be connected with the correct faces except for Leigh Papineau who is at bottom right. Two other names are missing.
If you can identify ANY of these grads, please contact the contributor.
Contributed by Sally Davis
ptolemy4@sbcglobal.net


BETHANY SCHOOL, 1910
If you contributed this picture, please contact me. Thanks.
Barbra Chambers
MOHarris-Admin@Rootsweb.com


BLYTHEDALE SCHOOL
Early 1920s
Contributed by Jack Owens
olejlowens@charter.net


CAIN SCHOOL #18
Harrison Township, in Mercer Co. Taken approximately 1902.
The legend on the back of the original photo lists only 10 names in the top row, although there are 11 persons in that row. Some of the names were unknown on the original. If anyone knows the identity of the "unknowns", including the unknown given names, PLEASE let me know so I can put the names here.
Top row: Armine Bain, Norma Smothers, Maggie Richie, Bess Harper, Minnie Barritt, Grace Harper, Vergie Harper, ? Craig, Mrs. John (Nettie) Mitchell and baby Sybil.
Row 2: Harrison Barritt, Hubert Woordward, Forrest Bain, Lem Mitchell, Anna Norton, Everett Oric, Fred Chambers, Ethel Craig, Clara Mitchell
Row 3: Sam Oric, Ralph Oric, Francis Smothers, Unknown, Dora Menicki, David Chambers, Earnest Chambers
Row 4: Bertha Mitchell, Liza Smothers, Pearl Barritt, ? Bain, Bernice Banks, Alice Barritt, Ray Harper, Harvey Woodward
Row 5: Daisey Barritt, Unknown, Guy Mitchell, Zora Mitchell, Guy Bridges, ? Bain, ? Thompson, ? Thompson
Contributed by Barbra Chambers
MOHarris-Admin@Rootsweb.com


HIGH POINT SCHOOL 1942
Front row [on knees] [l to r] Lorraine Parkhurst, Bradford Holstead, Edith Lane, Kent Parkhurst, Amy Johnson, Alvin Snethen, Lola Lane, Thede Snethen, Roberta Strickland, Ruth Lane , James Snethen
Back row [l to r] (standing] Doris Holloway, Raymond Stone, Ruby Johnson, Virgil Johnson, Marie Sharp, Dorothy Stone, Gladys Snethen, Dix Johnson, Lola Omstead, Alson Lane, Carroll Snethen, Eldon Holloway, Joe Snethen, Ora Omstead, Leslie Lane
(Photo provided by RuthLane McDonald, names by Roberta Strickland)
Contributed by Bob Bixby
rjbixby@grm.net

LONE ROCK CHURCH 1942
If you can identify any of the people in the photo, please contact the contributor.
Contributed by Bob Bixby
rjbixby@grm.net

PLEASANT VALLEY SCHOOL, 1906
If you can identify any of the people in the photo, please contact me so I can add their names.
Contributed by Phil Stewart
jjhist@grm.net

PULLAWAY SCHOOL 1914
Click on photo name for more info on Pullaway School
If anyone can identify the students, please contact me or the contributor.
Contributed by Connie Guldner
cguldner@pmma.org

RIDGEWAY SCHOOL
About 1923
Contributed by Jack Owens
olejlowens@charter.net

ROUND GROVE SCHOOL 1892
The Round Grove School was located two miles east and one mile north of Ridgeway, Missouri. The building in the photo was the second on the site... the first was a small log cabin. The school also served as a community meeting place, voting location and at times a church. The school was closed in 1921 when the area was incorporated into the Ridgeway School District. Those known to be in the photo are: Jesse Whisler, Ada Billups, Pearl Provin, Millie Whisler, Seba Harrison, Orpha Whisler, Alfred Grant, Amar Loy, Lenna Provin, Omar Provin, Bill Loy, Carl Maxwell, Edgar Grant, Ollie Harrison (teacher), Minnie Grant, Fred Grant, Roy Grant and Grover Harvey.
If anyone can identify which name belongs to which face, please contact Phil.
Contributed by Phil Stewart
jjhist@grm.net

UNION SCHOOL 1917 - 1918
Back row: Cecil Frost, Gladys Eaton, Glen Taylor, Madge Gutridge - teacher
Second row: Lucile Monk, Clare Stanley, Lillian Jeffries, Dorothy Tuggle, Irene York, Ethel Tuggle, Albert Frost, Paul Easton.
Front Row: Thelma Frost, Gertrude Eaton, Harley Brown, Grace Brown, Pauline Eaton, Charles Stanley.
Contributed by Bonnie Morris Conrad BONASHDAV@aol.com

HARRISON COUNTY REUNION
Taken Sep 18, 1927 in Swope Park, which contributor believes was in Kansas City.
Harve Preston Canaday is seated in middle of the first row with two boys in his lap.
Maud Weaver Canaday is just above his head in second row and Togo Crumpacker Canaday is immediately to her right with a white hat in his hand.
Others in this picture are unknown. If recognized, please contact me so I can add their names here.
Contributed by Carlton Canaday vegas80@spinn.net

CHARLES EMERY ADDISON {1857 - 1941} AND WIFE, EMMA M. (ESTEP) ADDISON {1848 - 1925}
Possibly their 40th wedding anniversary in 1909.
Portrait taken at Alley's Studio, Cainsville, Missouri
Contributed by Shari Padgham
brucenshari@gmail.com

CHARLES EMERY ADDISON FAMILY
Charles Emery (1857 - 1941}, and wife, Emma M. (Estep) Addison {1858 - 1925}

Children (L to R): William Arthur (9), Fern D. (3.5) and Franklin Leroy (7.5).
Portrait probably taken early in 1891.
Portrait taken at Barton's Studio, Cainsville, MO.
Contributed by Shari Padgham
brucenshari@gmail.com

CHILDREN OF CHARLES EMERY ADDISON AND EMMA M. (ESTEP) ADDISON
Back: Vivian L. (1899 - 1937), Earl Clyde (1891 - 1964), Fern D. (1887 - 1944).
Front : William Arthur (1881 - 1930) and Franklin Leroy (1882 - 1955)
Contributed by Shari Padgham
brucenshari@gmail.com

CHARLES EMERY ADDISON {1857 - 1941} AND GRANDSON CLYDE EMERY ELLSWORTH ADDISON {1920 - 1999}
Charles born in IN, died in Cainsville
Clyde born in Ingalls, Gray Co., Kansas, son of Earl Clyde Addison, (b. in Cainsville in 1891). Died 1999 in Dodge City, Ford Co., Kansas
Taken approximately 1925
Contributed by Shari Padgham
brucenshari@gmail.com

MATTIE (CHAMBERS) BAIN and RILEY BAIN
Contributed by Barbra Chambers
MOHarris-Admin@Rootsweb.com

LIVY ANN SMOTHERS BARRITT (1831-1917)
Contributed by Barbra Chambers
MOHarris-Admin@Rootsweb.com

BEVERLIN FAMILY
Taken at Melbourne, MO about 1914
Adults left to right: Emma Corbin Beverlin, Henry Vance, and Arch Beverlin.
Children left to right: Ernest Beverlin and Hildred Beverlin Greenall.
Original photo provided by Mary Weaver.
Contributed by Mike Everhart
mike@oceansofkansas.com

MARY POLLY EVERHART BEVERLIN
Taken about 1930.
Daughter of Jacob and Anna Everhart
She and husband Samuel Beverlin lived in H.C. from about 1890 to 1930.
Both are buried in the Cat Creek Cemetery.
Contributed by Mike Everhart
mike@oceansofkansas.com

BONDURANT FAMILY
If you contributed this picture, please contact me. I would like to identify the family members and also to give you credit for the picture. Thanks
Barbra Chambers
MOHarris-Admin@Rootsweb.com

NANCY JANE HOLLOWAY BOWEN
b. 1852 IN, d. 1919 Pawnee, Harrison Co.
Daughter of Uriah S. & Elizabeth Bowen
Wife of Jasper Madison Holloway
Contributed by Connie McLain-Guldner
cguldner@pmma.org

OTHO BOWEN (1892-1986) and SON AUDRY (1917-1995)
Shucking corn in Harrison Co.
Contributed by Connie McLain-Guldner
cguldner@pmma.org

WINFIELD BOWEN (1894-1982) and WILLIAM "BILLY" PARKHURST (1894-1961)
Both born in Harrison Co.
Contributed by Connie McLain-Guldner
cguldner@pmma.org

ADAM and TILDA (FRANKLIN) BOWER FAMILY
Taken about 1895, Cainsville
Contributed by Connie Guldner
cguldner@pmma.org

ADAM BROWER
1802 - 1892
Grandfather of Angeline Brower Canaday
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

BEN and MAE BROWN
Wedding Day, Sep 12, 1904
If you sent this picture, please contact me.
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Believed to be MAJOR JOHN BRIDGES BROWN (1793 - 1877)
Taken late 1860s - early 1870s
Buried at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.
If you can identify, please contact James or Katherine
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

WILLIAM BURRIS (1843-1881)
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

BESSIE AND MYRTLE (1879-1971) CANADAY
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

CANADAY CHILDREN
Left to right: John, Togo, Pauline, Marguerite, and George
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

CANADAY HOME OUTSIDE BLYTHEDALE
Taken in early 1900s.
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

CANADAY LADIES
(Front L-R) Anna Canaday, Stella Canaday Vanzant
(Rear L-R) Clara Canaday Heckenlively, and Laura Canaday Drew
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

FOUR GENERATIONS OF CANADAY MEN
Left to right: William Canaday (1823-1919), Christopher Canaday, William's son (1847-1938), John T. Canaday (1871-1928), and John T. Canaday's son
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

HARVEY CANADAY FAMILY
Left to right, back row: Peggy, John, Nellie, Harvey, George, and Pauline. Marvin is in the wagon and Togo is holding the wagon tongue.
Taken ca. 1908-1909 on family farm outside Blythedale
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

CANADAY FAMILY
Harvey, Pauline and Nellie Carlton Canaday
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

WILLIAM, WILLIAM SCOTT, & WILLIAM ELLINGTON CANADAY
Seated: William
Standing are William Scott (b. 29 Dec 1837) and William Ellington (1 Oct, 1839 - 9 Mar, 1912), but which is which is not known.
William Ellington is buried in the Rose Hill Cemetery.
If you recognize the two men standing, please contact Carlton Canaday
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

MABLE CANADAY
Taken Jan 1896
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

CANADAY RELATIVES
Front row: Little boy, 3rd from left, Togo Canaday (1904-1979)
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

CANADAYS and FRIENDS
L-R: Hugh Richardson, Marvin Canaday, John Canaday, Raymond Canaday, George Canaday, Jack Baldwin, Togo Canaday
Marvin, John, George & Togo are brothers. Hugh Richardson, Raymond Canaday, and Jack Baldwin are their 1st cousins
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

CANADAY REUNION
July 4th, 1923, at Carl Richardson's farm
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net


GEORGE WASHINGTON CASSADY (CASSADAY)
07 Oct 1855 - Apr 1879
(Handcolored tintype)
Contributed by George Cassady
george.cassady@comcast.net

DAVID MACY CHAMBERS
1892-1977
The boy in the background with the big straw hat is David. His father (Joab Chambers) had given him the twin bull calves for his birthday, which he trained to pull the cart. The man in the cart who was passing through Cainsville and was unknown to him, gave David a quarter to let him have his picture taken with the calves and cart.
Contributed by Barbra Chambers
MOHarris-Admin@Rootsweb.com

JOAB CHAMBERS FAMILY
Back row, left to right: Oscar Riley Bain, Martha Susan (Mattie) Chambers Bain, Fred Chambers, Howard Chambers; Next row: Vacant chair for Rebecca Jane Howard Burns, Benjamin Franklin Burns, Joab Chambers, Alice Howard Chambers; Front row: David Macy Chambers, Ernest Lee Chambers. Small children are children of Riley and Mattie Bain; names not known for sure, but may be Irene, Elbert, and Elizabeth.
Contributed by Barbra Chambers
MOHarris-Admin@Rootsweb.com

JOHN QUINCY CHAMBERS (1831-1910) and MARGARET ELIZABETH ELINER JOSEPHINE (BISHOP) CHAMBERS (1833-1919)
Contributed by Barbra Chambers
MOHarris-Admin@Rootsweb.com

CHLORA ALICE CHRUMA
1899-1988
Family from around Mt. Moriah & Ridgeway
Contributed by Connie McLain-Guldner
cguldner@pmma.org

CITIZENS BANK, BLYTHEDALE, MO
Robert "Bob" Richardson in front
Harv Canaday in background
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80e@spinn.net

MAUDE CLAY
Daughter of Lizzie (Dixon) Clay-Shoemaker
Piano teacher in Cainsville
Contributed by Paul A. Clay
pclay4@yahoo.com

MAUDE CLAY
Daughter of Lizzie (Dixon) Clay-Shoemaker
Piano teacher in Cainsville
Contributed by Paul A. Clay
pclay4@yahoo.com

WALTER COMER (1852-1912), AND (seated) GORDON EDWIN COMER (1879-1956)
Sons of William Harvey Comer
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

EDWARD COOPER
23rd Missouri Infantry, Harrison County
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

Believed to be DAVID C. CUDDY (1829 - 1911)
Brother of Hardy Cuddy
Taken ca. 1850s
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

EDGAR N. CUDDY AKA EDWARD N. CUDDY (1856 - 1925)
Son of Hardy and Mary Brown Cuddy, husband of Jessie Morrison
Buried at Miriam Cemetery
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

EDGAR N. CUDDY
Edgar/Edward Cuddy in his boyhood
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

EDGAR N. CUDDY
Another photo of Edgar/Edward Cuddy
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

EDGAR N. CUDDY
Edgar/Edward Cuddy in 1880s
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

FRED K. CUDDY (1872 - 1939)
Son of Hardy and Mary F. Brown Cuddy
Husband of Dora A. Toliver
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

HARDY MCCULLOUGH CUDDY (1829 - 1880)
Son of Alexander and Mourning (Musik) Cuddy
Taken ca. 1850 - 1860
Buried at Miriam Cemetery
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

JAY COOKE CUDDY (1869 - 1960)
Son of Hardy and Mary F. Brown Cuddy
Buried at Miriam Cemetery
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

JESSIE MORRISON CUDDY (1863 - 1927)
Wife of Edgar/Edward Cuddy
Buried at Miriam Cemetery
Taken ca. 1876 - 1883
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

JESSIE MORRISON CUDDY
Believed to be Jessie Morrison in her teens
1863-1927
Wife of Edgar/Edward Cuddy
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

JOHN CUDDY
Believed to be John Hardy Cuddy, son of Hardy and Mary Brown Cuddy, who died 26 Jun 1884, age 21 yrs, 2 mos, 29 da.
Or possibly a cousin, John H. Cuddy, (1875 - 1947), husband of Eva Elizabeth Claytor
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

Believed to be MARY FRANCES (BROWN) CUDDY (1837 - 1903)
Daughter of Major John Bridges Brown and Hannah (Hill) Brown, and wife of Hardy McCullough Hill.
Taken ca. 1857 - 1872
Buried at Miriam Cemetery.
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

SAMUEL LEE CUDDY
Died 3 Sep, 1866, aged 12 years, 3 months
Son of Hardy and Mary F. Brown Cuddy
Buried at Miriam Cemetery
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

Believed to be SAMUEL LEE CUDDY
Believed to be another photo of Samuel L. Cuddy, who died at age of 12.
Son of Hardy and Mary F. Brown Cuddy
Buried at Miriam Cemetery
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

THOMPSON (1833-1907) and MARY (AITKEN) (1843-1924) CUMMING
Thompson was a Civil War veteran.
Both are buried in Lincoln Center Cemetery.
Contributed by Jill Adami
MGOBLUEMOM@aol.com

JOHN R. DAILY and UNKNOWNS
John R. Daily is sitting on left.
Born Oct 24, 1856
Died Mar 12, 1926
If anyone can identify the other men in this photo, please contact the contributor.
Contributed by Denise Trued
DDT@kc.rr.com

WILLIAM and SARAH ANN STURDEVANT DAILY
William b. April 14, 1822 in TN d. Dec. 08, 1890 Harrison Co., MO
Sarah Ann b. Sept. 22, 1824 Washington Co., IN d. Jan. 30, 1900 Harrison Co., MO
Both are buried at the White Oak Cemetery, Harrison CO., MO.
Contributed by Denise Trued

CHILDREN OF GEORGE and BLANCHE SHAIN DAVIS
Back row, L to R: Nancy Davis Hardwick, Eliza Davis Hobbs-Whitehead-McCandless, Susan Rebecca Davis Huitt
Front row, L to R: Thomas Davis (23rd Missouri Infantry), Caroline Davis Cook, Sarah Elizabeth Davis Wright
Contributed by Lisa Davis
Sivadasil54@aol.com

THOMAS DAVIS
23rd Missouri Infantry
Contributed by Lisa Davis
Sivadasil54@aol.com

EAGLEVILLE HIGH, 1899
Top right, Laura Canaday
If anyone can identify the other graduates, please contact Carlton Canada or MoHarris-Admin
Contributed by Carlton Canday
vegas80@spinn.net

CALVIN LUTHER "DOCK" EVERHART
Son of Jacob and Anna Everhart
Taken about 1900
Wife was Mary
Died on June 29, 1901 in Gilman City
Buried in the Cat Creek Cemetery.

MARY ANN FLETCHER
1838-1877
Contributed by Lisa Davis
Sivadasil54@aol.com

THOMAS J. FLETCHER
1818-1900
Contributed by Lisa Davis
Sivadasil54@aol.com

JOSEPH FUNK FAMILY
taken before 1900
L to R: Lucy, b. Feb 24 1886; Margaret A. (Foster) Funk, b. Nov 15, 1857; Margaret A., b. Jun 6 1889; Mary J., b. Feb 5 1881; Joseph Funk; Perry, b. Oct 9, 1884.
Contributed by Shirley Branner Tyson
sgtyson@telus.net

MARTIN FUNK FAMILY
taken before 1897
L to R: Mary Alice (Keyes) Funk; Carrie, b.Dec 2 1886; Nora, b. July 10, 1882; Jesse Nathaniel, b. Aug 20 1888; Martin , b. Mar 28, 1861.
Contributed by Shirley Branner Tyson
sgtyson@telus.net

MARY J. FUNK
taken before 1900
B. Feb 5, 1881; later married Alexander Williamson
Contributed by Shirley Branner Tyson
sgtyson@telus.net

FUNK WEDDING
Wedding photo of Samuel Tennesse Funk, (son of Nathaniel Funk & 2nd wife, Catherine), b. Mar 10, 1874, and Nancy Rebecca Clabaugh, b. Apr, 1877
Wedding took place Feb, 1895
Contributed by Shirley Branner Tyson
sgtyson@telus.net

JOHN R. and ELIZA JANE (HUGHES) GAMBLE FAMILY
Back row: Amos Gamble (brother of Amos), Della, Seth, Mary (Nickolson) Gamble, (wife of Lewis Gilbert)
Front row: Blanche C. (Gamble) Williams with son Ira, Eliza Jane, John R., Essie Gilbert, Lewis Gilbert Gamble (Essie's father)
Picture take about 1892-93
Contributed by Kara Weiershauser
markar81@iowatelecom.net

SETH and IDA (TYLER) GAMBLE FAMILY
Back row: Ida, Anna Pearl, & Seth
Front row: Minnie Celestra, Essie Gertrude
Contributed by Kara Weiershauser
markar81@iowatelecom.net

5 GENERATIONS OF GILLESPIES
If you sent this to me, please contact me with names and/or other information.
MOHarris-Admin@rootsweb.com

W. E. GOOD
In Cuddy family album
Taken 1875 - 1880
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

RICHARD GOUCHER (1827-1911)
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

DAVID RILEY GRACE FAMILY
David Riley & Sarah Letitha "Lettie" (Hunt) Grace
Daughters Bondina (1911-1928) Katholeen
David was the son of John Riley and Margaret (Rimmer) Grace
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

ROY RIMMER GRACE (1897-1926)
Son of John Riley & Margaret Elizabeth (Rimmer) Grace
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

GRADUATION PHOTO
This wonderful old photo was sent to me but I have lost the information as well as the contributor's name.
If you sent it please contact me.
MOHarris-Admin@rootsweb.com

JACOB GREENE and FAMILY
Jacob, his wife Eliza Frances Haley Greene, their daughters Birdie, Nannie, and Lulu, and son Robert Lee
Taken ca. 1883 in Bethany, MO
Contributed by Jill Adami
mgobluemom@aol.com

BYRAM HARROLD
Contributed by Jack Owens
olejlowens@charter.net

JOHN DUNN (1827 - 1910) and ANGELINE (FOXWORTHY) (1836 - 1918) HIATT
Marriage 27 June 1855
Both are buried in the Miriam I.O.O.F. Cemetery.
Contributed by Sherida (Riggs) Childers
jchilders704@bellsouth.net

MAUN (HOGAN) HALLOCK (1899-1969)
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

EDWIN GEARHART HOGAN (1914-1999)
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

HOGAN MEN
Back Row: Boy on Horse: Edwin Hogan (1914-1999), son of Charley and Neoma (Hawk) Hogan
Old Man on Horse: Thomas Hogan (1853-1930), son of Patrick and Catherine Hogan
Front Row, left to right:
Charley Hogan (1878-1957), son of Thomas Hogan
Rodney Hogan (1904-1989), son of Charley Hogan
Jack Hogan (1902-1982), son of Charley Hogan
Howard Smith
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

NINA BELL (COMER) HOGAN (1915-2005)
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

THOMAS (1853-1930) and ELIZABETH (GEARHART) (1846-1924) HOGAN )
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

THOMAS HOGAN (1853-1930)
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

JOHN B. HOOKER (1837-1917)
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

AZURIA FRANCIS BONDURANT JENNINGS
If you contributed this picture, please contact me.
Barbra
MOHarris-Admin@Rootsweb.com

EDWIN and ELVIRA LANE
Taken 29 Jan 1904
Contributed by Bob Bixby
rjbixby@grm.net

ARTIMISSA WESTFALL LILLY (1833-1892)
Contributed by Nina Beeson
NFBeeson@aol.com

JOHN LILLY (1833-1916)
Contributed by Nina Beeson
NFBeeson@aol.com

CORA MARTINE (GRACE) MADDY (1885-1923)
Dau of John Riley and Margaret (Rimmer) Grace
Wife of Seigle Francis Maddy
Buried at Kidwell Cemetery
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

SARAH ELENOR MCCAMMON, 1844 -1918
Wife of Wm. Henry Metcalf
Contributed by Alan Van Dyke
paxsimius@yahoo.com

ELIZABETH LIVICK MCMINN, 1800-1867
Daughter of John and Elizabeth (Goddard) Livick
Wife of Joseph McMinn, who is buried in Union Cemetery in Union Township, Clark County, Missouri
Married 28 February 1825
Contributed by David Gates
watghur@yahoo.com

CELESTIA ANN METCALF, 1869-1951, and LOUISE PARKER
Daughter of William Henry and Sarah Metcalf
Wife of John Commodore McClure
Louise Parker is cousin to Celestia
Contributed by Alan Van Dyke
paxsimius@yahoo.com

EDWIN VICTOR METCALF, 1865-1892
Son of William Henry and Sarah Metcalf
Husband of Mary McClure
Contributed by Alan Van Dyke
paxsimius@yahoo.com

WILLIAM HENRY METCALF, 1841-1922
Husband of Sarah E. McCammon
Contributed by Alan Van Dyke
paxsimius@yahoo.com

WILLIAM SPENCER METCALF, 1867-1947
Son of William Henry and Sarah Metcalf
Husband of Mary L. Dunston
Contributed by Alan Van Dyke
paxsimius@yahoo.com

JOHN B. MITCHELL
Contributed by Barbra Chambers
MOHarris-Admin@Rootsweb.com

"UNCLE" BILLY MOORE and FAMILY
Taken at the Barton Studio in Cainesville, Missouri.
Appears to have been taken in the 1890s.
Contributed by Shelley Cardiel
cardiels@comcast.net

ADA NEFF (1882 - 1965)
Taken at Papineau Studio in Bethany
Name and age 17 written on back of photo
If anyone has any information on this young woman, please contact the contributor or me.
Contributed by Pat Mange
pjmange565758@yahoo.com

ANDREW JACKSON OWENS (1861-1931)
Contributed by Jack Owens
olejlowens@charter.net

ESTHER (RAGAN) OWENS (1864-1941)
Contributed by Jack Owens
olejlowens@charter.net

EVERT OWENS and ESTHER OWENS
Contributed by Jack Owens
olejlowens@charter.net

MARY PILCHER
If you contributed this picture, please contact me.
Barbra
MOHarris-Admin@Rootweb.com

ADA (GRACE) POE (1880-1962)
Daughter of John Riley & Margaret Elizabeth (Rimmer) Grace
Wife of John Elvy Poe
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

EMMA (DILL) PRATER (1871-1956)
Contributed by Jim Grace
jwg50115@yahoo.com

JOHN A. PRATER (1860-1942)
Contributed by Jim Grace
jwg50115@yahoo.com

WILLIAM L. RAGAN (1841-1911)
Born TN, died Harrison Co.
Contributed by Jack Owens
olejlowens@charter.net

CHARLIE READMAN FAMILY
Charlie was the son of Elizabeth Gordon and James H. Readman
Contributed by Juanita
juanitab@efn.org

JAMES H. and ELIZABETH GORDON READMAN
Contributed by Juanita
juanitab@efn.org

LINCOLN and CHARLOTTE READMAN FAMILY
Contributed by Juanita
juanitab@efn.org

PASCHAL RICHARDSON FAMILY
Pauline Canaday, Nellie, and Paschal (Pac) Richardson
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

RIDGEWAY BAND
Abt 1900
Back Row, Left to Right: Guy Brock, Don Killough, Herb Dale, Charlie Johnson, Everett Mower, Fred Stanley and Elmer Rinehart. Middle Row: Sam Funk, Dr V. Hinkle, Charley Sharp, Roy Neff, George Francis and Rothie Michaelis. Front row: Ercille "Red" Johnson, Bill Waddilove and Wick Marsh. George Rinehart was also a member but was absent.
Contributed by Phil Stewart
jjhist@grm.net

RIDGEWAY BAND MEMBERS
Left to Right: Benton Brock, Carey Brock, Ray Tull, Leslie Bridges and Earl Dale.
All were from Ridgeway
Contributed by Phil Stewart
jjhist@grm.net

JULIA ANN MCLAIN SAMS
Wife of Abraham Sams
Daughter of John & Mary McLain
Contributed by Connie McLain-Guldner
cguldner@pmma.org

SHEPHERD FAMILY
Taken about 1901
Ulric and Sarah (Everhart) Shepherd family
Sugar Creek Township, H.C.
Contributed by Mike Everhart
mike@oceansofkansas.com

ULRIC and SARAH (EVERHART) SHEPHERD FAMILY
Taken about 1900
Sarah was daughter of Jacob and Anna Everhart
Ulric and Sarah buried in Mitchell Cemetery
Contributed by Mike Everhart
mike@oceansofkansas.com

NANCY YORK SMOTHERS STANLEY
Contributed by Barbra Chambers
barbraseb@wmconnect.com

JOHN VALLAINT STEWART (1861-1921)
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

JOHN STEWART and HARRY JONES
Left , John A. Stewart, owner of a furniture store in Ridgeway and Harry Jones, editor of the Ridgeway Journal, on Main Street of Ridgeway abt 1917. Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

SPOTWOOD (SPOTSWOOD) THOMAS (1825-1897)
23rd Missouri Infantry, Harrison County
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

JOHN LOGSDON and lAVINA TRAMMELL

Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@spinn.net

DAVE, EVA and DOROTHY KATHRYN TUGGLE (1903-?)
Contributed by Jack Owens
olejlowens@charter.net

TUGGLE HOMESTEAD
Contributed by Jack Owens
olejlowens@charter.net

TUGGLE REUNION
Contributed by Jack Owens
olejlowens@charter.net

VELMA and NETTA TUGGLE
Contributed by Jack Owens
olejlowens@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
Handwritten note on back "Barnes artist".
Not known if Barnes is subject or photographer.
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
Taken ca. 1875
May be son of Major John Bridges Brown.
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
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UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
Taken ca. 1880s
Handwritten on back, looks like Morgan
Taken ca. 1880s
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
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UNKNOWN
Taken ca. 1850s
May be the son of Major John Bridges Brown
If you can identify, please contact contributors.
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
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UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
Taken 1880s
May be brother to Edgar N. Cuddy
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
May be another son of Hardy and Mary Cuddy
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
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UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
May be a memorial photo of Joanna Cuddy, daughter of Hardy and Mary Cuddy, who died in 1883, aged 34.
If you can identify, please contact contributors.
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
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UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
Taken 1870s
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
Taken 1870s
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
Marriage portrait, photo of bride follows
Taken 1870s
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
Marriage portrait, photo of groom preceding
Taken 1870s
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
Probably pre-1870.
Believed to be mother of Jessie Morrison Cuddy
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
May be son of Major John Bridges Brown
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
May be mother of Hardy M. Cuddy
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
From Cuddy Family album
Taken ca. 1870s
If you can identify, please contact contributors
Contributed by James Hicks and Katherine Lund
jwhicks@charter.net

UNKNOWN
Taken in Eagleville
May be connected with Davis family
If you can identify, please contact contributor
Contributed by Lisa Davis
sivadasil54@aol.com

UNKNOWN
taken before 1900
If you can identify, please contact contributor
Contributed by Shirley Branner Tyson
sgtyson@telus.net

UNKNOWN
taken before 1900
If you can identify, please contact contributor
Contributed by Shirley Branner Tyson
sgtyson@telus.net

UNKNOWN
taken before 1900
If you can identify, please contact contributor
Contributed by Shirley Branner Tyson
sgtyson@telus.net

UNKNOWN
taken before 1900
If you can identify, please contact contributor
Contributed by Shirley Branner Tyson
sgtyson@telus.net

UNKNOWN
taken before 1900
If you can identify, please contact contributor
Contributed by Shirley Branner Tyson
sgtyson@telus.net

GRIFFITH VANDIKE (1842-1920)
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

VANZANT FAMILY
Front: Alan (with dog)
Seated: John and Stella
Back row: Keith, Aileen, and Paul
Contributed by Carlton Canaday
vegas80@grm.net

JOSEPH WHISLER FAMILY
Taken at family home northeast of Ridgeway in Pleasant Valley area around 1895
From left to right: Ollie (Whisler) Pontius, Ernest Pontius holding Chester Pontius, Orpha Whisler (by doll), Emaline (Dale) Whisler (behind chair), Joseph Whisler (seated), Bertha (Whisler) Combs (seated), Bert Combs (standing behind Bertha), Arthur Whisler (on ground), Ben Ellington, Esta (Whisler) Ellington (holding baby, Clark Ellington), and Jesse Whisler (with dog). Omar Whisler was also in original picture but was cut through later croppings.
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

LARKIN WOODERSON FAMILY
Larkin Adamson Wooderson (1949 - 1914) and Maria (Chambers) Wooderson and children: Ida, Tom, Tilda, Ira, Bertie, and Alva.
Contributed by Phil Stewart
JJHist@grm.net

GEORGE LEWIS WRIGHT (1861-1950)
Contributed by Jim Grace
jwg50115@yahoo.com

JENNIE HENRYETTA (STONER) WRIGHT (1866-1932)
Contributed by Jim Grace
jwg50115@yahoo.com

GEORGE and JENNIE WRIGHT and children, THEODORE (1884-1962) and ESSIE (1887-1902)
Contributed by Jim Grace
jwg50115@yahoo.com

GRANT and JANE (KINNISON) WRIGHT FAMILY
About 1901
Back: Blanche, Amos, & Amy
Front: Grant holding May; Art, & Jane
Contributed by Connie McLain-Guldner
cguldner@pmma.org

ISABELLA GUNN LINGRELL WRIGHT (1833-1912)
Born in OH
Wife of David M. Wright
Both are buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery
Photo taken ca. 1900-1910
Contributed by Connie McLain-Guldner
cguldner@pmma.org

JOHN SYLVESTER WRIGHT (1828-1925)
Contributed by Jim Grace
jwg50115@yahoo.com

POLLY SCOTT (BRIDGE) WRIGHT (1834-1899)
Contributed by Jim Grace
jwq50115@yahoo.com

WRIGHT CHILREN
Believed to be the children of Loyal Sherman & Jincy (Robinson) Wright
Mt. Moriah, MO
If anyone can identify, please contact Connie
Contributed by Connie McLain-Guldner
cguldner@pmma.org

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