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I am a descendant of the Michael Mauzy Basye family. Would like to share information. I have info have info from the 1600's. I now live in Riverside CA.

Betty Jane Smythe--Sunday, December 25, 2011 4:15 PM
I have quite a story about a freed mulatto slave from Virginia who came to Missouri with the Crawleys/Chappells. Around 1820, Susannah Crawley and her son Jonathan Crawley moved from Virginia where Susannah was a common law wife of Benjamin Crawley from Virginia. He freed her and many other slaves. He died shortly before Susannah and Jonathan moved to Howard County. Susannah married Abner Chappell and after her son Jonathan committed suicide in 1832, she and Abner took over the care of at least two of Jonathan's children. Jonathan's wife died in 1829, I believe. Jonathan was a county court judge for a short period of time.1828 and 1829 and was apparently removed from the judge positiion after a short period of time. I would assume Susannah was very fair as she must have passed for white. I would like to know more about Jonathan's suicide and short judicial period and how it was ended. or any other facts that you might have regarding the Crawleys and the Chappells. Thank you so much.

Susanne St. John (Crawley)--Tuesday, May 4, 2010 4:15 PM
I am looking for marriage records for Anna Lena Peacher born 1910 or 1908 in Howard county. She was married to Sylester S. Wood born in Arrow Rock in approx. 1929 0r 1930 . She was also married to Roy C. Miller in 1942 or 1943 in the town of Sweet Springs, who was born and lived in Marshall, MO. He was born in Oct. 1910. Anna and sylvestor had two children Kenneth Wood and Mary Ann Wood (my mother). Any help or sugestions would be appreciated.

Susie Brown--Saturday, March 13, 2010 2:40 PM
I am researching the Storrs family. I have information from a Court deed, conveying property from the Grandfather - Ashael Storrs to his grandsons. This was as follows: L:420, Deed Book 1 Marion County, MIssouri - 6 December 1832 - John S. Storrs and wife, Laviny, of Royalton, Dan Storrs and wife, Betsy, of Marshfield, Constant W. Storrs and wife, Maria, of Montpelier, Reuben Storrs and wife, Catherine of Greenborough, Wiliam Storrs and wife, Lucretia, of Middlesex and Charles Storrs and wife Susan of Greensborouh, all of the state of Vermont, for $400, sold to Jere Kingsbury of Franklin, Howard County, lots, buildings and grocery in Franklin, lately owned by Asahel Storrs, deceased. Can you give me any history of this Grocery store which was in existance in 1832? I am actually researching RIKER whose mother's sister married a Cadwell. Since I am having a problem with getting the Riker Genealogy, I thought perhaps some of his relation could give a clue.

Betty Hicks--Sunday, January 17, 2010 6:51 AM
I am trying to find more information on our family Surname "Schupp" in Howard County, Missouri.

Anne Schupp--Saturday, October 31, 2009 3:09 PM
Researching Canole, William (died 1863) married to Elizabeth Barb (died 1843) Do you have any info?

Jim Canole--Monday, October 19, 2009 2:15 PM
Mariah Wilds married Richard Yeilding in Howard County, Missouri, 17 Nov 1827. I am interested in information on Mariah's family. Her father may have been John Wilds, Jr.

David Yeilding--Monday, May 11, 2009 4:17 PM
I am looking for information on a John FLEMING family who appears on the Howard County 1830 census. On the 1840 Boone County census, there is a Robert FLEMING and Jackson FLEMING who I believe are Johnís son and grandson. Robert and Jackson were born in Kentucky and I think I have placed John in Fayette County, KY in 1810. Jackson married Elizabeth KUTON on 7 Nov 1839 in Howard County and they moved to Monroe County around 1850; they are both buried in Randolph County. Any information on the other family members would be greatly appreciated.

Stephen Fleming--Wednesday, April 08, 2009 2:03 PM
Am looking for possible second husband of SARAH E (SALLIE) THOMAS, married first to Thomas Jefferson Gallemore who died in 1899 in Howard County MO. Have picture with "FISCHER" name on back. Thank you.

Judy Orton--Sunday, April 05, 2009 11:15 AM
My great grandmother is Eliza Ann Banes B: 1 Jan 1854 near Booneville, Howard, Missouri. She married George Washington BRATTEN 28 Aug 1880 in Clarksburg, Moniteau, Mo. I just recieved her death certificate with hope that it would tell me who her mother was and place of birth but all it had was that Eliza's mother's madien name was KELLY and Elwood BANES was her father. I'm trying to find her mother. All I know is that her mother was born in Missouri or possibly Indiana and her maiden name was Kelly. Eliza Ann died in Denver,Denver, Colorado and was buried in the Crown Hill Cemetery in California next to my great father George W BRATTEN. I found her on the 1860 census in Cooper county, Mo. at the age of 5. The rest of the children are her half sisters as Eliza's father, Thomas Elwood Banes married again to Martha Jane Day on 20 Aug 1857 in Cooper county, Mo. and buried in the Strickfaden Cemetery, Cooper county, Mo. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Sandy Gage--Wednesday, March 18, 2009 8:52 PM
I am looking for information on the William Hughes family or the Joseph Hughes family. William Hughes was married to Martha Swan, their children were: John Hughes 1786-1817, his wife Sarah Hughes; Joseph Swan Hughes d. 6 Mar 1863 m. Cassandra Gill Price; Roland Hughes 14 Jan 1790 d. 1855 Howard Co., MO wife #1 Jane Shanklin; #2 Mary Ann Hughes; Jeremiah Hughes 9 Nov 1811 d. 18 Sept 1839, m. Perlina Jain Burrus and is buried in the Burris family cemetery/ William Hughes Jr. b 28 Nov 1792 ; Annie B. Hughes b. 1799; George B Hughes b. 28 Dec 1801 d. 18 Jul 1832 buried in Hardin Cemetery, m. Eliza Belt; Louisiana B Hughes b 11 Dec d. 22 Oct 1890, Texas m. Capt. John Treadwell Cleveland; Ami ; James. My direct line is thru William & Martha Hughes & John and Sarah Hughes, but since the families were always close and the brothers traveled from Maryland to KY to MO together, the others may have information on both families...I can't locate John's grave & how he died. His wife Sarah "Sallie" came to Howard County with her children and then moved on to Platte County in 1837. Joseph married Sarah Swan, sister to Martha, Wm's wife & there children were: Elizabeth that m. Leland Asbury; John Swan Hughes who died in 1865 m. Elizabeth Berry; their children were Willis, Burnett and Ami and two others I do not have names for; Samuel M Hughes m. Nancy Price; Thomas Hughes m. Nancy Veach; Charles B Hughes m. Elizabeth Lawless; James Hughes m. Nancy Craig; Merritt Hughes m. Mary Polly Craig; Richard Hughes; Joseph S. Hughes; Jemima Hughes m. Mr. Scott; Sarah "Sally" Hughes m. Mr. Neal; William m. Polly Neal. Children of Joseph Swan and Cassandra Price Hughes were: Caroline Matilda m. James F. Finks; Martha Swan Hughes m. William Evan Price; Mary Frances Hughes m May Burton Collins; William Joseph Hughes m Lucy Cornella Collins. Children of William Joseph and Lucy Cornella Collins: Joseph Swan Hughes m. Christina Tucker; Fannie May Hughes m. Rev. William Robert Painter, Benjamin Johnson Hughes m. Lula Paul; William Allen Hughes m Emma P. Gannon; Courtney Buckner Hughes; James Collins Hughes; Overton Lafayette Hughes; Robert Lee Hughes; Harry Barbour Hughes; Louisa F. Hughes; Ernest T Hughes. I am interested in any information you have on any of the above or anyone else you know if connected to them. Several are buried in New Franklin, several in Glasgow etc.

Martha--Wednesday, February 18, 2009 2:59 PM
Looking for more info on Eli Eaton and his daughter Susan M. Eaton listed on the 1850 census for Howard County. Would like to know what kind of residence this was as it has many occupants. Also would love more info on the Eaton Family. I did locate a marriage license for a John Geery and Susan M. Eaton on from Howard Co. Does anyone know, did this family relocate to Johnson Co. MO for a time?

Karen Coleman--Sunday, October 26, 2008 10:18 AM
Seeking any records of Jones family from Fleming County, Kentucky, for 1830-1840. Names: William Claude Jones, Thomas Jones, Hannah Wood Jones. Location in Howard Co. is probably Bonne Femme township. Grateful for any leads.

Boyd Finch--Saturday, October 25, 2008 3:46 PM
I'm searching for what happened to Nancy (Lynch) Crews. Her parents, Henry and Sarah Lynch, along with nearly all her siblings and their families moved to Howard county between 1824 and 2-4-1829 (date they joined the New Hope Baptist church), but I find no record of Nancy and her two very young (ages under 10) daughters, Emily and Malvina with any of the family in the 1830 census, or alone either. Nancy was a widow, her husband Anderson Crews died in Madison county, KY (where they were all from) sometime between March and 30 August 1824. Nancy could and probably did remarry. I can find no record yet of a remarriage or her death. Both her daughters married in Macon county in 1837 and 1840. Their husbands took care of Henry Lynch's probate, and Nancy isn't mentioned at all as an heir. Might anyone know of this family, most especially what happened to Nancy? Thanks in advance! Rita in Montana (descendant of Emily Crews Hardgrove)

Rita Gibson--Tuesday, September 23, 2008 3:09 PM
I would like any information on the early history of Lisbon (Howard County) Missouri, such as what families settled it, etc. Am especially interested in the family of William C Barnett born 12-8-1830 died 10-8-1867.

D. Speckhals--Saturday, March 15, 2008 10:26 PM
Looking for information on Benjamin H Cox. He was the father of my grandmother Effie Jane Cox b 1862 Howard Co Mo. Benjamin H. Cox wife was Martha Bradshaw b 1838 Howard Co MO. Benjamin H. Cox was born 1834 in Virginia.

Betty Jane Smythe--Sunday, February 17, 2008 10:22 PM
William WELLS b. 14 Sep 1800 in Henry co., VA md. 14 Mar 1842 Mary Ann SCHROYER/SCHREYER b. 12 Oct 1817 Shoretown, Stokes, NC both died in Glasgow, Howard, MO, and brought with them, after the Civil War several of their children: Martha E. who md. (1881) William H. STERNS, John Morrison who md.(3 Nov 1872) Sally M. CROPP and (2 Dec 1883) Amanda BOBBITT, Albert G. who md. (12 Jun 1879) Mary Waters KEELING and (15 Apr 1888) Ida STAPLETON, and Samuel F. who md. (1 Apr 1880) Mary Eliza CROPP. Am interested in corresponding with anyone who is directly related to these people, and/or who know more about the descendants. Have earlier information on both WELLS and SCHREYER sides.

Betty Ann Wells--Monday, February 04, 2008 11:42 PM
ARTHUR A. CLOYD was born 1852 in Howard County, Missouri and married FANNIE A. MARTIN, who is the daughter of John H. Martin and Joicey Bush, on December 25, 1873 in Howard County. He is the son of JOHN WESLEY CLOYD and Eliza J. (?). What I don't know is when and where he passed away and where is he buried? His exact day of birth and month would be nice to have also. Fannie A. Martin was born 11 April 1852 in Missouri and died 28 April 1911 in Salisbury, Chariton County, Missouri. I don't know where she is buried.

Michele Ball--Monday, February 11, 2008 8:20 AM
Iím trying to find out some information on some of my ancestors who were married in Boonesboro Missouri in 1834. John Christian Herbert wed Ms. Mary Ann Catherine Mitten, at least that is the info that I have.

Mark Herbert--Thursday, January 24, 2008 7:28 PM
My gg-grandfather Thomas HARMAN(sic)/HARMON is listed in the Sep 1870 census with his family on page #17, Richmond Twp. Also listed with his wife and children is (probably) a 22-year-old brother, farmhand Dave HARMAN(sic). By January 17, 1871, a David HARMON was dead and buried in the family plot in Middletown Cemetery, Ohio. His marker says he was age 24. Thomas HARMON & family had been in the Ohio census in 1860 and 1880. I believe this death may have caused the family to return to Ohio, and wonder if anyone has access to the newspapers in the Howard County, MO area from that era which may have reported the death. I'm interested in any information on this family, HARMAN/HARMON or his wife Ellen QUINLISK HARMON. Thank you.

Rita Elaine Elkins--Wednesday, January 16, 2008 11:34 PM
Looking for any information on William B. Hays who passed Sept 15, 1863. He was married April 5, 1853, to Susan Jane Hume. He is buried at Washington Cem. Glasgow. Children were Ann E., Jesse Payton Hayes, George H., Marion Lee Hayes. (he has no stone at his grave) Father was Benjamin M. Hays and mother was Elizabeth (Bentley).

Bill Hayes--Sunday, December 09, 2007 3:46 AM
I am looking for any information ref the above listed surnames. Specifically George Roland Fisher who was the son of Peyton Fisher. Jeanetta Swope, his wife daughter of Charles Swope and Malissa Wild. My Main interest is in Malissa Elvira Fisher, daughter of George and Jeanetta. Malissa is a paternal great grandmother and I can find virtually no information on her or her marriage to John Browning Terrill. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Katy Terrill Sharp--Saturday, December 08, 2007 4:31 PM
Looking for information about George Washington Shaw (b. 1805 VA and d. 1889 MO). He married Cynthia Ann Minor and had a large family. They lived in Howard Co. from about 1830 to 1890. I am especially looking for info which might show the names of his parents. But any and all info would be greatly appreciated. They were my gg grandparents.

Dolores Balderas--Sunday, October 14, 2007 9:38 AM
Looking for obits and dates of death and burial, and where interment took place for the following:
James ROBERT Marion Rice b. 22 May 1886, died Sept 1963, born, died MO
Byrd Calvert Rice, b. 20 June 1884, died Aug 1964 b and died in MO
Family indicated they were born in Sulphur Springs Cemetery, but if this cemetery is for Afro-Americans, they would not have qualified. This couple were my great-uncle and his wife.

Marion Boshart--Sunday, October 14, 2007 12:29 PM
I am trying to find information pertaining to my GGGGrandfather, JONATHAN CRAWLEY, his wife was ELIZABETH (MORGAN)). One of his childeren, WILLIAM ADOLPHUS CRAWLEY,was my GGGrandfather. I believe that Jonathan lived and was a Judge, in HOWARD COUNTY, MO, & committed suicide in 1832.

Jeanette Milne--Wednesday, October 17, 2007 6:05 PM
Looking for information on Asa BUNDEGE & wife Rebecca(JOHNSON). Would like to locate marriage record, probably between 1835-1850. Asa was born c1820 in KY. Iíve been told both Asa & Rebecca are buried in Union/New Salem Cemetery.

Debbie Singleton--Tuesday, September 25, 2007 8:06 PM
I am interested in Wiley P. Crews (1850-1925) and his wife Mary Francis Stewart (1848-1916). They are buried in Harrisburg, Boone Co, although I couldn't find the stones. They had two daughters: Narcissa and Etta. Narcissa is also buried in Harrisburg, but apparently no death date appears on the stone.

I suspect that Wiley's parents may be Calvin (Cobble) Crews (1818-1883) and Narcissa (1827-1893). They lived in Henry County and are buried there. They had a son Wiley (b. abt 1852 per the IGI) and I would like to prove or disprove that their son is the same as the Wiley P. who m. Mary Stewart.

I am also interested in any information you might have regarding the Stewart family. Mary's parents were Willliam H. Stewart (1819-1890) and Cyntha Ann Manuel Stewart (1818-1873). They are buried in Bethlehem Cemetery near Harrisburg.

Mardi Carter--Monday, September 24, 2007 9:33 PM
I am looking for information on the Scotten family who lived in Howard Co at least as early as 1819 (John T.Scotten). He was married in the county to Susan J. Ford in 16 July 1846. I have been unable to find who her parents were. I would appreciate any information available. Thank you.

Patricia Smith--Sunday, September 09, 2007 6:23 PM
My grandfather (Elijah Samuel Sims) was a son of John James Sims, who was born (1836) in Howard County and who married Mary Francis Overstreet (daughter of William Bruce Overstreet) in Howard County in 1839, and died in probably Cooper County in 1909. His father James Sims (Simms in some later census reports) was born in Kentucky in 1803 and married in Howard County to Nancy Ann Benson (daughter of Amos? and Sallie) in 1827. She was born in Virginia. I am interested in records that can give me any lead on James's middle initial, father, etc. Since he was a landowner, received land patents, etc., I assume I should look at probate records, deeds, and possibly obituaries (both he and Ann lived past the 1880 census). He and Ann had 10 children: 5 girls (Missouri Ann, Charlotte, Rebecca, Mary Margaret, and Susan) and 5 boys (Samuel Elijah d. in Civil War, Nathaniel Benson -Civil War veteran, John James-Civil War veteran, Martin Van Buren-Civil War veteran, and George W). James stayed in the Booneslick part of Howard County but at least John James moved to the Lamine/Old Lamine/Blackwater area of Cooper County. I am also interested in William Bruce Overstreet, Elias Jerome Bedwell, father of my grandmother (Maude Bedwell) and husband of my great-grandmother Susan Talbot (Bedwell). E.J. Bedwell was a locally noted carver of headstones and monuments. He came to Missouri over Ohio I believe but Susan Talbot was born in Virginia. She was the daughter of William Talbot (b. 1800 Washington Courthouse, Virginia and d. 1872 in Cooper County) --buried in Old Lamine.

William Ward Sims--Monday, August 27, 2007 3:55 PM
I am looking for Timberlakes. Richard and Rachel died in 1840 about 5 days apart. Thanks, July 30, 2007 10:27 AM
My great-grandfather James Edward Spry was born in Howard County on October 12, 1869. He married Laura Bias in the 1890's and in 1906 they came to Oklahoma in a covered wagon with Laura's sister and her husband, Jim and Ellie Gray. Edward and Laura's children are: Tilford (Tip), Lon, Charley, Sam, Floyd, Clarence, Nettie, Ruth and my grandmother, Evelyn Ellen Spry who was born May 26, 1900. James Edward Spry died in Eloy, Arizona on February 22, 1941, at the age of 71. Any information welcomed.

Dara Rue--Monday, July 16, 2007 11:00 PM
I am looking for information about Fort Hempstead, Missouri. I understand that my Great Grandmother was born there in 1832 as well as her brother Edwin in 1819. Do you know if it still exists or if there is list of who lived there? Their mother's name was Amy Amick. Their father was George Amick. Thank you.
Mary Anderson--Friday, June 8, 2007 11:58 PM
I am seeking information on my gr grandmother Sarah Elizabeth Palmer. She was married to John Henry Palmer Senior and died in Renick, Mo from typhoid in 1869. They had 3 children, Mary Francis Palmer, Robert and John Henry Palmer jr. John Henry Palmer, my grandfather, married Carrie Dell Woods and they lived in Howard County Mo. Carrie's parents were Charles K. Woods and Nancy Green.
Sarah Elizabeth Bunnell Palmer then married Charles Carroll Stewart and they had 2 children, After his death she married a William Baker. I would appreciate any information you may have on any of these and your line. Thank you.
Shirley Kays--Sunday, May 20, 2007 4:48 AM
Hi,i am trying to find anyone that may be able to tell me where my greatgrandfather may be buried & a death date. He was Jessie Thomas Baker b.abt 1809 in Madison Co. Ky. Married first to a Sarah Roberts abt 182? & lived most of his life in Howard Co. Mo. If anyone knows of this family would you please contact me.
Hank Baker--Mon Mar 12 19:06:45 2007
If anyone has access to marriages in Howard County 1925-1926 and could look to see if there is marriage for my mother Lucile DEVIER and Elmer LILLARD. She ran off to get married when she was only 16. I found she and Elmer living in Richmond, Howard Co. Mo in the 1930 census. They are living with a friend that I have heard my mother mention. I have recently learned she did not finish school and they were married for 5+years. I would really love to find a marriage date. Thank you for any help you can give.
Earleen Sebree Hensley--Mon Mar 12 19:06:45 2007
I am working on the Squire Robert DOUGHERTY and wife Nancy (Nannie) BALL- DOUGHERTY family. Also Silas DOUGHERTY and his wife Martha BALL- DOUGHERTY and family. Any information would be welcome. Thank you for any help.
Sharon Wells--Mon Mar 12 23:44:45 2007

I have been looking up family tree and found that Pleasant L Evans lived in Howard Co. and that his death was listed as a homicide. In my Ralls Co. history book there is a story that one of my grandfathers was taken out and shot during the civil war. I was curious if you had any info on this in any newspapers in the area. His death is listed as July 1862. If you could help I would appreceiate it.
Ronald L. Evans--Thu Feb 8 1o:34:45 2007
Looking for the grave of Turner Walden b. 1874 and d. bet 1880 and 1900 in Howard or Chariton Co? In 1880 census, he was living with his parents William and Anna Walden in Richmond Twp, in Howard Co,, but in 1900 census he was deceased and the family was living in Chariton Co, Thanks for any help.
Sharon Foltz--Fri Jan 19 13:18:45 2007
My name is Rubie Monroe Harris and I descend through Daniel Monroe Sr. who died 1824 and had obit in the Intelligencer saying veteran of the Revolution. I am member of the D.A.R. on this man. I descend through his son Daniel Jr who served at one of the forts and I had copy of his pay voucher and a Daughter of 1812 on him. Dan married Elizabeth Copeland 1819 in Howard county. She was daughter of John Copeland Sr. who was married to Sarah "Sally" Pipes daughter of Sylvanus Pipes. who was son of John Pipes Sr. who left will in Spartanburg co, S.C with his second wife as Priscilla Boling. Original will intact. This Pipes lines goes back to Morris co, N.J . John Pipes Sr. married 1st to Susannah Hathaway daughter of Abraham Hathaway. This line goes back to 1500, John Copeland Sr had Sylvanus Pipes as bondsman for marriage in Mercer co Ky. John Copeland is named as son in will of James Copeland who wife was Martha Johnson. They were Quakers from Isle of Wight Va. Daniel Monroe Jr. was shot by Indians on Santa Fe Trail in 1828 at McNee's Crossing. Among other children Dan left a minor son named John T Monroe. John Copeland was guardian of Dan Jr.'s children. When Dan Sr died his land was partitioned off to Dan Jr., another son William,and 2 names unfamiliar to me, a John Wolfskill and John Hines. They may have been married to Monroe females. Dan Sr. and Jr. are listed in deed books in Warren co Ky when they leave about 1811 to move to Howard co. Dan Sr. wife is named as Eleanor and she releases her dower rights as Eleanor. They are buried in Clark's Chapel Cemetery. My Aunt Rubie Harris Eustis had a D.A.R. marker placed there in 1932, which is the year I was born and this family research had been going on for 3 years.
If you can help me with Wolfskill and Hines, I would appreciate it very much. Incidentally, President Monroe's brother, Joseph Jones Monroe married his 4th wife there. She was Hilda Hubbard.
Dan Monroe Jr.'s son, John T Monroe became the mayor of New Orleans where I now live. My grandfather Reuben G Harris married the mayor's daughter Selina. The Monroe family tomb is in Cypress Grove Cemetery about 2 miles from where I now write. I have copy of Judge Thorp manuscript which tells of the early people moving into Howard county. He mentions Daniel Monroe Sr and Jr who were cousins of the president. New Orleans records say so. It appears true at this time because President James Monroe's brother Joseph Jones Monroe died in Franklin, in Howard county, and same year as my ancestor Dan Sr. The immigrant Monroe came from Katewell Scotland to St. Mary's county, Md, then moved across the Potomac to Westmoreland county, Va. where President Monroe's ancestors stayed on there for several generations. Some move to Ky like my Dan. This family from Foulis Castle near Inverness, Scotland and a barony established 1056 when Monroe fought with King Malcolm. We are speaking of the times of Shakespeare's Macbeth. That castle still stands today and there is a baron there today. The lineage is known through Clan Munro US.A. I also belonged to Daughter of the Confederacy on Mayor Monroe's line. I write to you this day so this distinguished Monroe family of Howard co, Mo not be forgotten.
If you could get me a copy of Dan Sir obit in Intelligencer newspaper, I would appreciate it so much and also copy of the deed of partition. 1824.Incidently the Pipes line mention goes to Bristol, Massachusetts and 100 years earlier in England.
Rubie Harris--Thursday, December 14, 2006 10:38 PM
I am searching for parental lineage of Mary Isabella BENNETT who was born abt 1816 in Howard County, Mo. or what may have been Chariton Co., Mo. at the time. Mary married William MITCHELL in Greene Co. Mo. prior to 1836 in Greene Co., Mo. and this union produced 7 children from 1836 until 1848. William died prior to 1860 and Mary remarried Isaac PEACOCK in Greene Co., Mo. in 1864. Believe they relocated to Christian Co. Mo. and she passed away prior to 1870. Any parental info on either Mary or William MITCHELL along with burial site info would be most appreciated. Thanks!
Jon Tooley--Sun Jan 2 14:59:45 2005
I am searching for parental lineage on the following person; Mary Isabella BENNETT born abt 1816 in Howard Co., Mo. or what may have been Chariton Co. Mo. at the time. Mary Isabella BENNETT married William MITCHELL prior to 1836 in Greene Co. Mo. This union produced seven children from 1836 until 1848 all of whom were born in Greene Co. Mo. William MITCHELL died prior to 1860 and Mary remarried Isaac PEACOCK probably in Christian Co. Mo.
Jon Tooley--Sun Jan 2 14:55:35 2005
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