|Howard County, Missouri
January 1998 - June 1998
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Trying to confirm names of all daughters of Harrison CHAPPELL (b. 1792 VA-d. 1832 MO) and Mariza (MINTO)
CHAPPELL (b. 1800 VA-d. 1838 MO.) They lived in Franklin Co, KY where six children were born before
settling in Boone/Howard Counties, MO about 1830. Sons were John Edward (b. 1824-m. Paralee GILLESPIE) and
William Harrison (b. 1827-m. Mary Ellen LEACH and moved to Washington.) In 1835 widow Mariza married
Hezekiah WHITE. Will share. Thanks.
Jean Hurtt--Mon Jun 29 20:49:12 1998
According to my gr-grma's bible records: Thomas L. WATKINS 1819-1877 mar. Elizabeth SEIVERS 1820-1859.
Their children were: Mary b.1839,Martha b.1840,, John b.1842, Elizabeth b. 1845,William b. 1845, Laura b.1848
(my line), Thomas Jr. b.1851. James b. 1854, George b.1856. Laura mar.Samuel RAY and thier daugter Eva mar.
Geo. LECHLER s/o Geo LECHLER and Matilda LLOYD. I have alot of info to share on my line but know nothing
abt the rest of the siblings or ancestors. All above families settled in Howard Co. Would love to share info with
someone who does. Linda
Linda Donnici--Sat Jun 27 11:33:10 1998
Looking for information on Green or Greenberry ANDREWS. Living in the forks of Chariton, was murdered by
Solomon HARLOW at Chariton Ferry. Aug.5,1852. Left wife and 8 children
Richard Collins--Tue Jun 23 21:19:20 1998
I am looking for information about Henry and Mary SMITH. The 1850 Howard County census shows them to both be
72 years of age, Henry born in Virginia, and Mary born in N. Carolina. Thank you. John Grider
John Grider--Tue Jun 23 07:58:30 1998
Have very little info on my ancestor Susan Jane COOK. She was born in TN in 1849 but the family soon
moved to MO - I think Howard County. She and her two brothers, names unk, swam in the MISS River
as children; their father was a merchant. In 1869 Susan married William Henry NEAL from Quincy Monroe
MS. They ended up in Burnet County TX. They had three children Margaret (Margarette) Ann Elizabeth,
Ardella, and Thornton. Any info on Susan's COOK family appreciated.
Michael Ann Coker--Sun Jun
21 18:17:12 1998
I am attempting to locate info on John Meridith DEHART, born 1876, Howard County. Also info on John
Steven DEHART resident of Howard County in 1876 and his wife Martha Adams
DEHART. Thank you very much.
David F. DeHart--Wed Jun 17 22:12:53 1998
I am looking for any information that is available on Margaret RECTOR. Margaret was the wife of John
William DODSON (I think he was known as William and not John), they were married in Howard
County May 3, 1839. According to the 1850 Howard County census, Margaret was born about 1820.
That record shows they had two boys living with them at the time. I understand they had several
other children but can find no record of them. I am looking for Margaret's parents, her
siblings, her place of birth, her death date, where she is buried, etc. Her husband, John William
may have died between 1850 and 1860. In 1860 the two boys were in the Rich THURMAN
S. H. DODSON--Tue Jun 16 19:17:31 1998
I am looking for any information available for Matilda BIVEN, her parents, birth and death dates, birth
location, siblings, etc. Matilda married John (Jack) McCART in Howard County January 12, 1837. They lived
all of their married lives in, or around Boonesboro, Howard County, Missouri. They had six children that we
S. H. Dodson--Tue Jun 16 19:09:02 1998
I wondered if anyone has any on the JACKSON (first name unknown) who m. Ann LOWRY, who was b.
abt. 1832. Ann LOWRY was my g-g-grandmother. Their dtr., Anna Belle JACKSON, b. 2 Dec 1853, m.
Henry Harrison WAYLAND, b. 2 Sep 1843. Ann LOWRY m. second to a FORT when her husband JACKSON
was killed in the war with Mexico. My father remembers that Annabelle had two brothers named John and
On p. 77 of the 1870 Randolph Co., MO census is found H.T. FORT, age 53, b. TENN; and Ann FORT, age
38; J.T. (probably John) FORT, age 16; Elsie (?) FORT, age 1 (female); Bell JACKSON, age 17 (my
g-grandmother); A. JACKSON, age 12, female. Mr. Fort was a partner in the haystacker manufacturing
plant and the census shows a real estate worth of $12,000, which is substantial for right after the Civil
War. Ann married an rather older man, but men were short after the war and she needed support for
herself and her children.
In the same 1870 Randolph Co. census, p. 61 of the Saltspring Township, in the household of J.C.
SHAFER, along with two persons identified as teachers, are found Bell JACKSON, age 18 female,
and John FORT, age 16, male, and R. (Rebecca) WAYLAND, age 19 female. Obviously, these three were
counted twice in the census as they were away in boarding school. One can guess (and it is fun to
do so) that Rebecca introduced her schoolmate Bell to her brother, Henry, who was a mature civil war veteran,
age 27, and they were married. I don't have anything on the FORT and LOWRY lines either. Any help
appreciated. John Wayland
John Terrill Wayland Jr.--Mon Jun 15 09:55:53 1998
Looking for information on Mary Ann NORRIS born 25 Aug, 1825, Howard Co., MO. She is d/o John Tiner
NORRIS born 1802 So. Carolina, and Dicy Dodson born in MO. Mary Ann married Hiram Begley
(b. KY) and they went to Eldorado Co. CA. then to Mendocino Co., CA. I am looking for marriage record
of Mary Ann and Hiram. Wish to find who father was of Hiram BEGLEY. Thank you, Mary Sweet
Mary Sweet--Mon Jun 15 06:12:40 1998
I'm looking for Robert Bracken and Elizabeth Compton (McConnell) FUGATE and their children Franklin,
Mary, Joseph Buchanan, and Samual Bracken who moved to Howard Co from Schuler Co sometime after
1861. Their sons married into TERREL, HAMILTON, MEADOR families. Esp interested in where Robert and
Elizabeth are buried near Glasgow and the cleanup of the cemetery.
Rod Fugate--Sat Jun 13 18:23:59 1998
Need info on Garland JONES who married Adelia BURNHAM/BURNAM. They were in Howard Co., Mo. by 1818.
Was GARLAND a descendant of Mosias JONES of Madison Co., Ky??
ann baughman--Sun Jun 7 06:20:17 1998
I come to you once again seeking information on my ancestors Kenneth NEWTON and his sister and
brother-in-law George Kenneth BLAKE and wife Sarah NEWTON BLAKE. I know they were in Howard
County in 1825 as they filed a joint lawsuit against another NEWTON brother that year. It has been many
months since I put out a query in this site asking for any little bit of info on these two families. I know there
must be someone out there who has knowledge of some NEWTONs in your county history somewhere!!
Please respond with any little tid bit you may have! Pat5846@AOL.COM Thanks, Patricia Newton,
Brown, in Florida
Patricia Newton, Brown--Thu Jun 4 18:06:45 1998
I am looking for any information regarding Daniel or James RIGGS in Howard County around 1831.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Kim Lee--Tue Jun 2 19:27:45 1998
Tracing the descendants of Abraham Goodding
Abraham Goodding +Nancy Rogers Children:
James Carroll Goodding b. 1818 in Howard Co.,
+Elizabeth H. Dameron b1823 m: 1843
Mary Jane Goodding b: , 1820 in Howard Co., MO
Andrew Logan Goodding b: 1823 in Howard Co.,
+Mary Jane Dameron
Elizabeth Jane Goodding
Richard Pitt Goodding
+Nancy Jane Ayers
George Rogers Goodding
+Eliza Drury Davis
+James (Rev) J. Hubbard 2 Louisa Goodding
2 Nancy Frances Goodding
Aleita Huguenin--Tue Jun 2
I am looking for information on Franklin PEMBERTON, son of Stephen and Martha J. PEMBERTON.
I have found him on the Howard Co. census of 1860 but would appreciate any other information you could give
me. Thank you.
Pat Wheat--Tue May 26 21:58:15 1998
We are looking for anyone with the last name CASTROP that has connections to the CASTROPs that at one
time lived in Howard Co., Missouri. my husband's grandfather was a river boat pilot there in the late 1800's.
His children were: Clarence, Raymond, Tommy, Veronica and Angeline. If you know anything about this
family or are a part of it, please contact us.
Ralph and Robyn Castrop--Tue May 26 11:15:42 1998
Am interested in biographical info on Benjamin HOWARD (b.1760 - d.1814) who was the first
governor of the District of Louisana which was later renamed the Territory of Missouri. Howard County
was named for him. Father was John HOWARD of Kentucky.
Kerrie Smith--Wed May 20 10:23:33 1998
Looking for information on Thomas Allen HALEY born December 19, 1821 in Boone County,
married to Elizabeth BENSON on March 24, 1841. Elizabeth born March 26, 1827 a daughter of Mathias and
Margaret Hines BENSON of Howard County. Elizabeth had three sisters, Malinda, Nancy and Matilda.
Thomas and Elizabeth set up housekeeping in Howard County and later moved to Moniteau County
and finally settling in Cooper County. Any information on the BENSON or the HALEY families in Howard
County would be greatly appreciated.
Lee P. Haley--Mon May 18
I am seeking info on my g.g.g. grandparents, Nicholas STEPHENS and his wife Rebecca TOLSON STEPHENS.
Her parents were John and Rebecca TOLSON of Howard Co. I have the marriage record of Nicholas and
Rebecca (Nov 6, 1844), his probate information (d. Jul 12, 1849)and some census records. However, I
cannot find anything about his parents. He was born Jan. 19, 1809; died at age 40. Nicholas and
Rebecca were married by Rev.Thomas Payton STEPHENS in 1844 in Howard Co. but I cannot confirm
that Thomas was the father. Thomas had a connection with Old Cedar Creek Church in MO. The
administrator to BOTH Nicholas and Thomas P. STEPHENS' wills was William E. STEPHENS; who is he?
Thomas died Apr 2, 1865. They both died in Callaway Co. MO. Have read lots about Thomas but never a
reference to Nicholas. Our family has always been told that we had some connection with Stephens
College in MO. I think Thomas was related to the founder of the college through his brother, Elijah
(of Boone Co,MO). I wrote to the college and received some info but nothing refers to Nicholas. Nicholas
is buried in Old Brick Providence Cemetary in Callaway Co; Thomas P. is buried in Stephens
private cemetary in Callaway Co. Any help in putting the puzzle pieces together would be appreciated.
Jan Mueller firstname.lastname@example.org
Jan Mueller--Sat May 16 20:46:52 1998
Looking for any information on Dr. Harvey BIRCH and his brother Thomas E. BIRCH. Found a reference to an
article on the Liberty Tribune, January 30, 1863, that they were banished from Missouri for sympathizing
with the rebellion. According to the article, they were prominent citizens of Howared County along with
another brother, the Honorable James H. BIRCH. Bob Birch email@example.com Garland, Tx.
Bob Birch--Sat May 16 07:08:48 1998
My ancestor, Mary ANDERSON, was born in Howard Co., MO 7 Feb 1822. She m. Daniel P. HOLMAN in
Lincoln Co., TN 27 Jan 1842. Mary 'may' have had a brother by the name of Amos ANDERSON. There were
HOLMANs in Howard Co. at that time, however I cannot identify them as being from my line. Would appreciate
your help very, very much. Thank you. Linda Holman Swansson Linda2you@aol.com
Linda Holman Swansson--Thu May 14 14:05:02 1998
Looking for anyone with the last name CASTROP. Do you know Capt. Henry CASTROP who was a river boat
captain? He lived in Howard County along with many relatives.
Ralph Castrop--Mon May 11 17:51:54 1998
Does anyone know if the Jacob SNAVELY in the Howard County, MO 1840 census is the same person who left
Wythe County, VA around 1835? Will share Snavely information.
Connie Cameron--Mon May 4 16:59:37 1998
I am looking for any info. on David (school teacher) and Sarah C. WILSON and Children: Priscilla, Susan Ann,
Elizabeth, John and James W. They appear in the Howard County Bonne Femme Township Census of
1870. Anyone with any information on this family please contact me.
Karen Levin--Sat May 2 21:01:23 1998
I am searching for the family of Nehemiah CARSON/Rachel BULL whose dau Elizabeth md.James
JACKSON, Jr. (son of James, son of Congreve) from KY in 181_. Said to be cousins of Kit CARSON.
Also John Wesley McNAUGHT (b. 1843), who married Harriet JACKSON (184_-1866), dau of James, Jr.
and Elizabeth. Need McNAUGHT family info. Thank you.
Marsha Gustafson--Sat Apr 25 19:17:56 1998
I'm looking for any info on Amelia AINSWORTH who was born in Howard Co. in 1838. She married
a Joseph McMinn and migrated to Sonoma Co. California in 1857. I don't have her birth date or anything
on her parents. I have her obituary which is dated July 27, 1928. Her name is listed as Emelia on the
obit. Another source lists her maiden name as ANISWORTH but I believe this is a misspelling of
AINSWORTH. I'm also trying to link her to Daniel Boone as her obit states she is his grand niece.
Jim Shriver--Thu Apr 23 22:10:10 1998
I am searching for information pertaining to three indivudals who married in Howard Co.,
Missouri. Charles W. SNODDY mar Susan E. WILCOXEN, Dec 2, 1884 Eliza Jane
SNODDY mar Armstrong BEATTIE, Jan 10, 1843 Elizabeth SNODDY mar Edmund
HARVEY, Apr 24, 1867. Any information would be appreciated.
Randi Richardson--Wed Apr 15 05:45:16 1998
Looking for information about Frank KNEUVEN, who lived on a farm near Glasgow in Howard County and
married the daughter of Matthias SCHMIDT, Mary? SSHMIDT and had about nine kids.
Frank--Sat Apr 11 16:22:33 1998
Elizabeth SCOTT was b. 1764 in Fauquier Co, Va, m. Richard LEE, also of Fauquier Co, 1777 in Va. He
d. 1819 in Madison Co, Ky. Elizabeth d. 19 March 1838 at the home of her son, Richard LEE, in Howard Co, Mo.
Elizabeth's children (most b. in Madison Co, Ky) are: William, b1778/d1824 - Sarah 'Sally', b1781/d.aft1845 -
Dorothy 'Dolly', b1783/d1869 - Anna T., b1785/d1871 - Grisham, b1787/d1860 - Elizabeth, b1789/d.bef1845 -
Noah G., b1790/d1845 - Stephen, b1791/d1854 - Matilda, b1792/d1827 - David, b1794/d.aft1845 -
Thomas H., b1795/d1871 - Richard (mentioned above), b1796/d.aft1845 - Mary 'Polly', b1797/d1849 -
Nancy Ruth, b1798/d.c1840 - Margaret, b1802/d1849 - Irvine, b1803/d.aft1845 - Delilah, b1804/d1869 - James,
b1807/d.aft1845 - Lucinda, b1808/d.aft1845. I am looking for the identities of Elizabeth SCOTT's parents and am
wondering if any record or obituary in the county of her death might provide such, or if a descendant of her son,
Richard LEE (m. Nancy HARVEY, b1798/d1873 in Armstrong, Mo.) might have same.
TJ Todd--Fri Apr 10 15:12:00 1998
I am searching for Richard Bluford ENYART born July 29 1828 in Howard Co Mo. He married Susan MATTHEWS
in 1853 in Macon Co. Mo and was one of the first settlers of Macon Co. Mo. I am looking for any information
on his family roots in Howard Co. Who were his parents? siblings? anything would help us alot. If anyone
would like info on him after he went to Macon Co. I have this couples obits and childrens names and some dates.
Tamera Dobbins--Thu Apr 9 18:01:04 1998
I am interested in the parents of Oliver ROSE and information on Dr. J.C. HEBERLING. These two
people are my great grandparents. I know that Dr. J.C. Heberling is listed in an old Howard County history.
Any information will be appreciated.
Dr. Jess Rose--Thu Apr 9 16:40:04 1998
I am looking for information on Peter SCOTTEN and his family. They moved to Howard Co. prior to
1830. Any information would be appreciated.
Clea K. Mefford--Wed Apr 8 15:47:27 1998
I am looking for information on Jere KINGSBURY and Elizabeth SCOTTEN his wife. They moved to Howard
County in 1818. It states in Jere's obit that they had 11 children. I would be interested in any information on
their family and would be willing to share what information I have on Elizabeth SCOTTENs family.
Clea Mefford--Wed Apr 8 15:45:28 1998
I am looking for information on members of the F.H. GREEN family buried in Walnut Ridge
Cemetery in Howard Co. This family is descended from Wesley S. GREEN (1793-1871) and Elizabeth Halley GREEN.
Those buried in the cemetery are: F.H. GREEN 1823-1912: his wife Martha KENDRICK GREEN 1842-1918;
their son Leo K. GREEN 1872-1951; and his son, Leo K GREEN Jr.1905-1985.
I am also seeking information on Ann WOODS who married Willis Elliott GREENE
in Prairie Township in March of 1826. Willis's children were: William Woods
GREENE, Granville Valentine(Tant), Alfred Nicolas, Elihu(Tobe), Susan, Elizabeth
and Allen Duff.
Willis Elliott GREENE b. 1796 and Wesley S GREENE b. 1793, had two other
brothers who came with them to Howard County from Madison County,
KY...Hardin Martin GREEN b. 1808 and Allen Duff GREEN b. 1798. There
was one sister, Dicey Green DOUGLAS b. 1803.
Hardin Martin GREEN married Mrs. Adeline Campbell SMITH and had the
following children: Theodore, Fidelia, Ann Elizabeth, Edwin, Isabella,
Allen Harvey and Adeline. Hardin was also the grandfather of Mrs. JG
CALLOWAY of Clinton, Missouri. I am trying to locate the family bible
of Elihu Green (father of Willis, Wesley, Hardin, Allen Duff and Dicey) of
Madison County, Ky. It was last in the possession of this Mrs. JG CALLOWAY.
Michelle Greene--Sun Apr 5 21:47:43 1998
HEARD, Barthena married WHITE, George W. on July 3, 1832 in Howard Co., MO. have no other
information on these people would like to share information with anyone doing research on these
Nadine King--Sun Apr 5 09:36:07 1998
Isaac Green SHARP, b. 1849, Green Co., TN, mar. Georgia SEATON, 14 Feb 1879, Howard Co., MO.
Isaac, son of William Sharp and Nancy ???. Any help appreciated.
Barbara Roup--Wed Apr 1 10:17:48 1998
These cousins moved to Howard Co., Mo, from Woodford, Scott & Jessamine Cos in Ky. (1) Maria Minor WILLIAMS
(1795 d 1887 HCo) & her husband Robert PAYNE (1789-1827 HCo). They were the parents of 6 sons William
PAYNE m 1 Amanda ROBINSON, 2. Albina VILEY, Richard Johnson PAYNE m Leonora BENSON. (2) Junius Ward
WILLIAMS b Dec 1833 & was living in HCo in the 1880's. His wife was Martha RUCKER b 1834, a niece of
Sterling PRICE. A biography says they had 9 children living in 1880's in HCo. but does not name them. (3) Alford
WILLIAMS b 1749 & d 17 Feb 1835 HCo. His wife was Elizabeth PRICE b 27 Jan 1756. Moved to Howard Co 1819/20.
They had 12 children, those known to have moved to Howard Co: Benjamin WILLIAMS b 1774 d 1859 m Nancy
WILLIAMS, Elizabeth b 1777 m 1. William MORRISON & 2 Lawrency Jones DALY, Nancy b 1779 m __ MORRIS,
Catherine WILLIAMS b 1788 m Jesse Mims ROPER, Sally WILLIAMS m John HUGHES, Patsy b 1776 m James
RAMSEY, ? Polly b 1798 m Andrew CALDWELL. Any information about these people and/or their descendants
would be most welcome.
Anne Baker--Tue Mar 24 18:21:28 1998
I recently found out that my gr grandfather, John A. THOMAS was born in Howard County on 27 Nov 1845.
His father was William THOMAS, born in KY. His mother was Rachel WOODS , who was born in Howard
County. No dates are known on parents. Any info would be greatly appreciated and shared. Don Thomas
Don Thomas--Thu Mar 19 19:48:38 1998
Seeking the first family of Agnes "Aggatha" CALLAWAY b. 1789 KY, d/o James & Sarah (WHITE)
CALLAWAY. Married in KY to ? SMITH. Married 2nd to James HULTS in 1823 KY. To Howard Co., MO
1830/1. She d. 1847 in Howard Co., MO
Kim Davis--Mon Mar 16 14:03:57 1998
I am searching for any information on Henry Taylor LIGHTFOOT, his wife, Nancy WEBSTER and their children.
They lived in Missouri before moving on to AR ca 1830. A Henry LIGHTFOOT is on the 1817 Howard Co Tax
List. Where else can I look for early Howard County data?? Thanks very much, Cynthia Orth
Cynthia Orth--Sun Mar 15 13:54:16 1998
Searching for any connetcions to the LEVERIDGE / LEVERIDGE Family that came to Howard Co.,
in about 1824. Joseph and brother Reuben Leveridge came to Howard Co., Joseph came with wife and
children, Joseph was died in 1828 his widow remarried in 1829 to Jacob DITZLER.
Carol Leveridge--Thu Mar 12 09:26:49 1998
Seeking information about Shepard GUM first appearing in Howard County in 1830. Family includes
Jonathan, Jacob, James, William all of whom appear until at least 1860 mostly in the New Franklin area.
This family is are also connected at times with Andrew and Emelin BLANKENBAKER and Horace
KINGSBURY. Would appreciate contact with anyone with information! Thanks!!
M. Denney--Thu Mar 12 08:43:04 1998
Looking for Catherine BOGART who married Isaac HAMMER in Howard Co., MO in mid 1850's.
Any information would be appreciated. Thanks, Merle
Merle Hammer--Wed Mar 11 07:40:32 1998
Looking for information regarding the FLYNN family in Howard Co., MO. James FLYNN m.
Maude FLYNN (when & where ?) Had a daughter Margaret (or Maggie). Later they lived in Boone
Co., Mo. where they had a son, Ivan Lawrence FLYNN, 1879. By the time they had another son,
Robert Lee FLYNN, b. 1885, they were living in Howard Co., MO. They remained in Howard Co.,
at least, until their next child was born in 1890, Mary Elizabeth FLYNN, my grandmother. Where did
James and Maude FLYNN live before Boone Co., MO.? Were they married in the USA or in Ireland?
Where did they die? Who did Margaret (or Maggie) FLYNN marry? Was there another son Jack or
Joseph FLYNN? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Myrna
Myrna Fields--Tue Mar 10 12:04:54 1998
I am looking for information on a family named PEACHER who lived in or near Fayette, MO in 1853.
Names I have are Reuben PEACHER, James PEACHER, William PEACHER. If anyone knows any
more, please let me know. Also, I have some information on a John FLEMING (or FLEMENG)
who died in 1853, and a Mr. HENDRICK and Sarah Ann HENDRICK. These people are mentioned
in a letter from 1853, written in Howard County. If anyone is looking for these people, contact me.
I would also like any information on ELKIN, esp. before 1860, in any MO area. Thanks for anything
anyone can offer.
Susan--Sun Mar 8 23:13:46 1998
I am searching for information about Moses Stout HART and Phebe CLINE HART married
Sep 1828 in WV. Children: John HART, Elizabeth HART(1833) born in WV, Angeline Virginia HART
born 1835 in Howard County, MO. Moses reportedly died after 1835..bef 1843 in Howard. John
became and a physician and is reported to have lived and practiced medicine in Howard Co, MO.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Sherry Neff--Sun Mar 8 19:41:49 1998
Re: 1840 Howard Co. census, page 1, ASHCROFT is listed from data submitted by Betty
Collier. What connection is there to my gg-gandfather, Henry F. HORN?, if any. The 1860
census in Stockton, Calif. shows a J.L. ASHCROFT, from Mo., age 20 yrs., living with H.F. HORN,
30 yrs.. Were the HORNs and ASHCROFTs related, or friends of the families?
Julie Collins--Sun Mar 1 13:17:15 1998
Henry Franklin HORN was born in Howard County, Mo., in 1830 and was living with the Robert C.
ANCELL family in the 1850 census. By the year 1857, he was in Stockton, Calif, and in 1860, he
was married and a boarder by the name of J.L. ASHCROFT was living with his family. I have sent this
info to the ANCELL connection on your gen. page. I would love to hear from any of you, hopefully with
some new information.
Julie Collins--Sun Mar 1 07:35:05 1998
Joseph Jones MONROE died in Howard Co. MO. He married 3rd Elizabeth GLASSCOCK. I need information
on his children, especially James J. MONROE.
Janie McLaughlin--Mon Feb 23 17:33:52 1998
I'm curious. Is the same Dudly DIGGS that is listed as having been buried in Howard County, MO (as a revolutionary
soldier) also Sir Dudly DIGGS, descendant of Ireland, Colonial Governor of Virginia?
Daughter R.--Mon Feb 23 13:28:00 1998
Researching the TUMY surname in Howard County, MO. Several TUMY family members lived in Fayette,
Mo. (Henry Tumy, Jr., Jane Tumy, etc). Also, the MYER family that lived in Howard County
from 1868 to about 1930. The MYER family had clothing stores in Fayette & New Franklin, Mo (Howard County).
Any information will be appreciated.
Bud Tumy--Sat Feb 21 05:25:16 1998
Researching the BURGE surname in Howard County. James A. BURGE and Ruth DEATHERAGE
were very early settlers of the Howard County. Their oldest daughter, Frances BURGE,
was born in 1807 in Kentucky and their oldest Thomas W. BURGE was born in
Howard County, Missouri in 1816. James died 1841 and Ruth died in 1862, both in Howard County.
Looking for information on their children, transactions, deeds, cemetery listings, etc.
Any information will be appreciated
Bud Tumy--Sat Feb 21 05:29:27 1998
In tracing the NEWTON ancestry I have come across information that my G,G,G,G,Great grandfather had a
son named Kenneth NEWTON and a son-in-law named George BLAKE that sued Kenneths' brother
William for a share of another, single brothers estate. They sued from Howard County, Missouri on
Aug 23,1825. As they sued from there they must have lived there. I would like to have info on them or
any other NEWTON ancestors from that area. I have a wealth of info on the NEWTONs from Ky.,
and Va. to share with anyone who would need it. Thank you, Patricia from Florida
Patricia Newton, Brown--Tue Feb 10 18:22:41 1998
Looking for information about relatives of my grandmother, Frances (Fanny) M. GILLILAND.
Her maiden name was JACKSON. She was married to George F. GILLILAND and they had 8 children,
Gertie, Kay, William Joseph (died at age 3), Anne, Georgia, Paul, Bertha (Buzzy) and Thomas
(Bucky). They all lived in Franklin in the 30's and 40's. George died in 1965 and Frances then moved
to Boonville. Her father's name was John Wesley JACKSON and her mother's name was Ann or Anna
BROWN. (BROWN was her maiden name and the name of her first husband. Their children, who also
lived in Franklin, were Eddie, Johnny and Walker BROWN and, along with Frances, Sep and Rosa
JACKSON (who died in 1917). Anyone hear of any of these people?
Simone Eichelberger--Mon Feb 9 11:30:15 1998
Looking for any information on John Wesley JACKSON or his wife Ann(e)(a) BROWN. Her children
were Johnny, Walker and Eddie BROWN and Sep, Frances(Fanny) and Rosa JACKSON. They lived in
Franklin in the early 1900s and Fanny GILLILAND lived there until 1965.
Simone Eichelberger--Mon Feb 9 10:45:11 1998
My grandfather, Samuel Price ANDERSON was born in Howard, Co. MO., May 15, 1861. His mother
was Almira (Myra) EDWARDS who had moved to MO from IL. I am trying to find information on
Samuel's father. The only clue I have comes from Samuel's death certificate which gives his father's name
as Doak ANDERSON. I question this information as I have been unable to find any information
on a Doak ANDERSON. There was a Josiah ANDERSON, from VA, who lived next door to the
family Myra Edwards lived with so I feel there must be a connection. Samuel had an older
half-brother, Charlie W. ANDERSON, born in 1859; and a younger sister, Sarah ANDERSON, born
1863. She married Wm or Ben Lowe. Myra Edwards Anderson later married a Clark NOBLES in the
home of Jesse EDWARDS, and they had a daughter, Rose born in 1869. On Oct. 10, 1889, in
Salisbury, MO Samuel ANDERSON married Nellie Dye WALKER, daughter of Greenberry and
Elizabeth Beard WALKER who had moved to Charition Co., from Hardin CO, KY. I would appreciate
any information you might have on these families.
Joyce Ryman--Sun Feb 8 18:18:28 1998
Looking for information on John B. OLDHAM b. 1840, believed in Howard County, MO. His father was
Napolean B. OLDHAM. John married Mollie APPLEWHITE.
Monica--Wed Feb 4 19:44:06 1998
Looking for date of birth, death, marriage and location of burial for Jacob HEDRICK b c 1794, was Howard
Co., MO Sheriff, mentioned several times in Hist. of Howard/Chariton Co. Wife Eglantine SMITH, b c 1800
KY. What has happened to children of Jacob and Eglantine? Jacob's sister, Orpha, b c 1807 Garrard Co,
KY m William H HEAD, Howard Co 14 Apr 1825. What has happened to them and their children?
Jacob's oldest daughter, Mary b c 1822 (Garrard Co KY or Howard Co) married Robert R BOHANNON,
Howard Co 14 Jan 1841. Last info was 1850 Howard Co census with children Cynthia A, William M and Jacob.
Rebecca HEDRICK (sister of Jacob) b 12 Sep 1791 (TN census) d 5 May 1871, bur Fayette City Cemetery with
several children. Married William PULLIAM 24 June 1812 Garrard Co KY. When did Wm PULLIAM die and where
is he buried? What has happened to the rest of their children?
Parents of Jacob HEDRICK were Joseph HEDRICK d Howard Co in 1825. Where is he buried? Wife of Joseph, Sarah ?
d in Pettis Co in 1854.
Beverly Gardner--Sun Feb 1 23:51:24 1998
Seeking information on E. N. STRANGE, b. abt. 1830, in Halifax, VA, married Charles A. PERKINS on
May 28, 1849 in Howard County, MO. Would like any info especially regarding children.
Linda Kielbowicz--Sat Jan 31 07:56:39 1998
STACY/STACEY - Looking for any information on John Wesley STACY/STACEY. Born abt.
1856/57 somewhere in Missouri...very possible Howard County. I understand there
were a few STACY/STACEY families here. I do not know his parents' names; I do know they
too were born in Missouri. it is believed by some members of my family that there was a large
STACY/STACEY farm where they lived. John married in 1891/92 a 15 year old Texas girl, EMMA
(possible name: Frances Emmeline THOMPSON). In 1892/93, the couple had a daughter in
Missouri; her name was Lee. By 9/23/1896, the family was in Waco, Texas; this is where my
grandfather, William Wesley, was born. If anyone has any information pertaining to this family,
please contact me at my e-mail address: KYLPTTY44@aol.com. Thank y'all very much for any help you can
KYLPTTY44@aol.com--Tue Jan 27 16:22:02 1998
I am looking for information on my great grandparents and great-great grand parents. I know that they lived in Fayette
and that my great grandfather was born there in June 20, 1879. If you could find any information, I would appreicate it.
I also know other family members lived there with the same past name. Also my great great grandmothers name was
SMITH, (Elizabeth or Vitha).
Tammy l. Gilio--Mon Jan 19 16:12:28 1998
Researching my family line of DRAKEs. Judge David Rose DRAKE came from Bullitt Co, Ky and eventually
settled in Clinton Co., Mo. First, however, they stayed in New Franklin, Howard Co., Mo long enough for
their daughter Harriet Columbus DRAKE to be born in 1829. I'm just trying to get the documentation instead
of solely relying on family tradition. Families that might have come with him and perhaps stayed in that area are
the BURCKHARDTs and perhaps the ROSEs.
Karen Trient--Mon Jan 12 18:10:18 1998
Seeking information on my Howard CO/Boone CO ancestrors. grandfather: Harvey
William CROWLEY B: 1874 Howard CO, M: Anne Liza HATHMAN 1899 at Fayette, Howard CO, D:
1952 Hannibal, Marion CO, MO. Believe she was born in Boone CO. Harvey'ss parents: William CROWLEY &
Susan TODD. William's father may have been Daniel or David CROWLEY I have no idea who Susan
TODDs parents were. I remember visiting an "Aunt Mary TODD" in Columbia MO. My mother died
when I was 10yrs old. She was an only child and we lost contact with the family after her death. I
remember a Lulabelle CROWLEY RYAN (James) we visited in Columbia, MO, a cousin of my mother.
I believe her father was Thomas J. CROWLEY, my grandfather's brother. Thank You for any help.
Joann Lucas Conrad--Sat Jan 10 17:42:18 1998
I'm looking for info about Johnathan Hardin STONE, born in KY. Family moved to MO and settled in
Daviess Co,MO. I think they came thru Howard Co. between 1810 and 1820. They could have been
traveling with the MANN family. Will exchange info with anyone.
Bill Stone--Sat Jan 10 09:58:55 1998
I'm looking for information on Parents of Johnathan BOZARTH b:20 Feb 1780 Monongslia Co. Va.
d:16 May 1854 Hqward Co. Mo. Wife: Lucy ALEXANDER married 7 Aug 1798 Hardin Co. Ky.
And the parents of William CLEETON b:1775 VA. or Ky. d:SEp 1843 Howard Co. Mo. Wife:
Nancy Elizabeth ROBERTS b:1776 N.C. d: before 1843 Howard Co. Mo. Where are they buried?
Can anyone help me? I hope so. Thanks
Janice Perritt--Fri Jan 9 21:24:40 1998
Researching data on Henry Christopher and Philophena Dolly Rector GINTZ and members
ofr the CHIPLEY, FREEMAN and MOUNTS residing in Howard County, Missouri in the early 1800s.
Henry Arthur MOUNTS--Sun Jan 4 20:25:05 1998
I am trying to research my Grandfather, Jefferson D. WELLS, father of Isabelle Dora WELLS
(MARTIN)(GRAY). I don't know his birth date or for sure his wife's name but I think it was Sarah
or Sally. She died of childbirth complications delivering my Mother (Isabelle) in 2/17/97
Peggy Martin Ledford--Sun Jan 4 16:06:18 1998
Am looking for the ancestors of Gabriel Andrew JACKSON, b. abt 1812, possibly in Tenn. He
was accidentally killed in an accident in Howard County, Mo. in 1842. He
married Louisa POLK, dau. of Andrew Polk and Martha Kimball Polk in 1836.
Louisa was b. in Tenn in 1816. Gabriel Andrew Jackson and Louisa Polk Jackson had three children:
Martha, b. 1838.....John Andrew, b. 1840.....and Louan, b. 1842, all in Howard County, Mo. Following
Gabriel Andrew's death, his widow, their three children and her parents came to Texas (1842 or 43).
Their names were listed in the Cherokee County, Tx. 1850 Census. They moved to Leon County and
all of the above mentioned, with the exception of Gabriel Andrew, are buried in Makamson Cemetery in Leona,
Texas (Leon County)
Marjorie Lawson--Sun Jan 4 14:01:28 1998
My gggrandfather was Washington A. REED, born in Kentucky, and married
Paulina TOLSON in Howard County, Missouri, 17 Mar 1849. He, his wife
and daughter Sarah appeared in the 1850 Howard County, MO census. Their
daughter Anne M. (my ggrandmother) was born in Kentucky 22 May 1853. I
can find them nowhere in any 1860 census but there was a son,
Washington, Jr. born in 1864 in Missouri. Paulina appears in the 1870
census as head of household and she remarried Daniel GILVIN in 1875.
I cannot find what happened to Washington A. REED. I thought perhaps he
was killed in the Civil War but I haven't gotten very far in that
direction, a few leads but no pay dirt. I did find a W.A. REED buried
in the Confederate Cemetery at Alton, IL but after a month of searching I
found him to have been William A. REED. Of course he may have died,
been murdered or just disappeared. Who knows? I am also looking for
the ancestry of Washington A. REED and Paulina TOLSON. Thanks a bunch!
Ted Hitt--Sat Jan 3 08:23:42 1998
Federal Census Records for the period 1830-1880 had listings for
NICHOLDS residing in Howard County, MO. John David NICHOLDS was born
c.1863; name of parents or siblings is unknown. Seeking links to any NICHOLDS
passing through Missouri, 1860-1890.
Bruce A. Martin--Thu Jan 01 10:03:58 1998
Searching for info. on Jesse WATKINS who married Mary NOBLES in 1821 in Howard County. Jesse had a
son named Henry WATKINS in 1823. This family eventually settled in Buchanan County, Missouri after 1830. Any info. on the WATKINS family
from Howard County would be appreciated.
Christi--Thu Jan 1 08:06:15 1998
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