Saline County, MO
Posted Queries for February thru March 1997
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- AYRES, BABLER, JETER, NORVELL, THROP posted by Gary Babler on Saturday, February 1, 1997
- I have been searching BABLERs, AYRES, JETERs and NORVELLs of Cambridge Twp (north of Slater) and have just started probing for the ancestry of my mother's mother Susie M. THROP (I've posted a THROP entry also).
- EMM, HUKILL, MAUPIN, MENAGER, SAPPINGTON, SMITH, SWAP, WILSON posted by Paul Grisham on Saturday, February 1, 1997
- I have a document that lists some Saline County members of the 71st Enrolled Missouri Militia (a Union Regiment). This unit was formed in 1862 and was posted to Lexington, Mo. where it participated in the Lone Jack battle. The document is really a set of letters and orders concerning a Saline County resident and member of the 71st, Claudius J. MENAGER. Mr. Menager was a very unfortunate individual. After being discharged from the 71st EMM for a medical problem (hernia) in late 1862, he had the misfortune of being conscripted by a Col Gordon of Maj Gen Prices Confederate forces during that individual's invasion of Missouri in 1864. Mr. Menager escaped the rebel forces after 8 days in the vicinity of Westport only to be captured by Union forces in Wyandotte County Kansas and sent to a prisoner of war camp in Indiana. The document and affidavits were evidently compiled by Mr. Menager's brother Peter Menager of Leavenworth Kansas and sent to Secretary of War Stanton. The effort was successful and Mr. Menager was released in January of 1865. Some of the names in the documents are Franklin SWAP, CoE 4th Cav EMM, Provost Marshall; W.A. WILSON, Lt Col 71st Regt. EMM; E HUKILL; PE. MAUPIN, Clerk of the Saline County Court; ___ SMITH, Sheriff of Saline Co.; F.M. SAPPINGTON. There are others if you are interested. If possible, I would like to know if there are any descendents of Claudius J. Menager still in Saline Co. or if you know of any doing research on the Menagers as I have a quantity of letters between the Menager brothers and their family in Gallipolis Ohio. I would be happy to turn these letters over to a member of the family.
- THROP posted by Gary Babler on Saturday, February 1, 1997
- I have just started probing for the ancestry of my mother's mother Susie M. THROP whose father was Dennis THROP born about 1817 in Saline. If you have any clues, I would be interested in knowing.
- FEAGANS, WEBB posted by Lisa Johnstone on Saturday, February 1, 1997
- I am looking for any ancestry information on Mary Elizabeth WEBB, born 8/16/1849 in Grand Pass, MO. She was married to Benjamin Franklin FEAGANS who was born 3/13/1849 in Faquier County, Virginia. In 1856 he moved to Waverly, MO and then later moved to Warrensburg where he died 3/24/1922. Mary's family lived in Grand Pass but I have no other info on them. She married Benjamin in Missouri, but I don't know if it was in Grand Pass, Waverly, or Warrensburg. I do believe she died in Warrensburg on 12/10/1927. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
- HARRIS, ZOOK posted by Kathy Davis on Saturday, February 1, 1997
- Looking for information on James Franklin ZOOK born in Saline County in 1855. His parents were Johnathan Stratton ZOOK and Margaret Ellen HARRIS. Any information would be appreciated.
- BROWN, BURTON, GAMBLE, GAMBRELL, HAYS, PIPER, RICHARDSON posted by Connie Davidson on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- Bernis BROWN b. 1791, in Albemarle Co. VA, d. 1868 in Saline Co., MO Had two wives, 1st wife ? died in VA I think m. Nancy BURTON in VA and moved to MO in abt. 1828. He served as one of the judges of the county court for about fifteen years and was also surveyor of the county for a number of years. Had total of 12 children, Mary E, James B, Maranda, Mariah, Simeon, Nancy Henrieta, Sarah Ann, Benjamin, Martha, Bernis B, Ezekial, Amanda(Ida). Bernis B. is my gggrandfather. Mariah m. (Capt) Richard RICHARDSON (Union). Sarah Ann m. Marshall PIPER (shot as a confederate spy). Sarah had a dau. named Sadie Quantrell (HAYS), not sure if Quantrell was a middle name or married name. Ezekial supposed to have shot and killed Gen. Lyons in the Battle of Springfield, MO. Ida m. (Capt) William GAMBRELL (GAMBLE)who owned an interest in the steamboat Sultana which transported 1,500 to 2,000 Federal Soldiers at the end of the Civil War. The boat burned up killing most of the men on board.
- DAVIS posted by Chuck Gibson on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- Cicero Gary DAVIS was born to Tyree and Cindicia in Salinas , Salina Mo.in 1843. Other children are Albert b. 1846, Ann E. b. 1848 and Denny b.1850. What was Cindicia's birth name and when/where did Tyree and Cindicia die? Cicero G. Davis served in the 13 Mo. Cav. CO. L. and died 1913 in Chillicothe.
- DEDMAN posted by Hazel (Dedman) Conway on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- I am tyring to trace my grandfather Earl Madison DEDMAN who was born in Sweetsprings Mo Saline Co in 1889.Did they have such things as birth certificates then ? Do I just research census records, and all others I can get to? Is there a search into data that I might use?
- FINLEY, GLEAVES, MCCORKLE, WEAR posted by Peggy C. Price on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- Seeking descendents of Asa FINLEY b abt 1788 pb Montgomery CO, VA, m 18 Aug 1806 Wythe Co VA to Esther GLEAVES b abt 1788 pb Wythe CO VA d abt Mar 1839 Saline Co MO. Asa FINLEY d 8 April 1853 Saline Co MO (have copy of will). Known Children: Elizabeth T. T. Finley b 1811 m William B WEAR; James Washington FINLEY b 1813; Rhoda FINLEY b abt 1816; Asa Wallace FINLEY b Jan 1822; Mary Jane FINLEY b abt 1825 m 14 Oct 1841 to Hugh B. MCCORKLE in Saline Co MO.
- GILLIAM, GRIMES, HICKMAN posted by Joyce Pilger on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- I'm looking for any information I can find on the family of Sarah (Sallie) GILLIAM (my great-grandmother). I'm also looking for information on the children of Elizabeth GRIMES Hickman and Cuthbert HICKMAN. They had ten or eleven children, eight of whom married and all but possibly one surviving to adulthood.
- FARRAR, HANLEY, MARSHALL, MCDANIEL posted by Betsy Thomas on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- I am looking for descendants of my great grandmother, Emily Louisa HANLEY (aka Ludie or Lutie) who married Edward Virgil FARRAR in Saline County, MO in 1865. I believe she is the daughter of Archibald HANLEY, who is shown on the 1850 census in Saline co. with a wife Emily, and eight children, the youngest being listed as Louisa E. I want to believe this is really Emily Louisa (and they listed her name backwards!) at the age of 4 months. Other children in that family were: Samuel-age 15, Amanda-13, Ann-11, John-9, Elizabeth -6, Palmyra-4, and William-2. I believe there were three more children after the 1850 census since I have a copy of Archibald's will naming Lillie (who married A.R. MARSHALL), Robert Lee HANLEY) and Daisy HANLEY. There may have been one other child named Virgie (who married Henry MCDANIEL). However, I could have two Archibald HANLEY families mixed up. Can anyone help me? Does anyone have access to the 1860 0r 1870 census that could check this for me? Are there descendants out there researching? Emily Louisa (Ludie or Lutie) and Edward Virgil FARRAR were found on the 1880 census in Randolph County, MO but they were married in Saline Co.,which must have been the home of her parents at that time. I will gladly share my data with anyone who can help me. Archibald HANLEY was found on the 1840 census in Callaway county, MO.
- BALL, EVANS, HEFLIN, HOPKINS, LEMON, STROTHER posted by Joe Hopkins on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- George W. HOPKINS, born GA, abt 1810, first found 1840 census of Cooper county. First married Rebecca EVANS. Five children born before Rebecca's death, John who married Juliette E. or (A.) BALL, George W. married Catherine STROTHER of Saline county, Ann Rebecca married John R. HEFLIN, Samuel disappeared after 1860, Caroline married James H. LEMON. After 1860 the family found in Pettis county. I don't think they ever moved but were in an area reorganizied into Pettis from Saline and Cooper counties. I am a descendant of John and Juliette Ball Hopkins. Hope to find descendants of John's brothers and sisters.
- JOHNSON, TALLMAN posted by Chuck Johnson on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- I would like to exchange information with anyone who has information on Cyprus and Cyrus JOHNSON of Saline County. They arrived in Saline in the early 1800s. My primary research problem is to identify where Cyprus came from in Massachusetts. He was born about 1800 and stated in a Census for Saline County that he was born in Massachusetts. His wife, Patience TALLMAN, was born circa 1805 in New York State. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
- JEFFRIES, MARR posted by Celia Springer on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- I am looking for information on Daniel MARR who moved to Saline Co MO in 1815 (would have been Cooper Co then). He came from Virginia and spent some time in Tennessee. He had 6 children, one of then being Thomas Marr. Thomas married Mary JEFFRIES of Tennessee in 1822. I would appreciate any help.
- PENCE posted by Geoff Walden on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- Amos Worrell PENCE, b. KY, 3/3/1838, d. Saline Co., 12/14/1901. Buried Ridge Park Cemetery, Marshall. Can anyone tell me what his grave marker looks like?
- HUSTON, PIPER, ROY posted by Ken Piper on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- I am searching for details on Benjamin PIPER and Georgianna ROY. Ben was a son of John PIPER Mary Adeline HUSTON. Particularly, where/when did Benjamin & Georgianna die, and where they are buried. Also looking for anything on Georgianna's family in Saline county.
- DOWNING, PRIGMORE posted by Lois Masters on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- Seeking information on children of Benjamin Thomas and Mary DOWNING PRIGMORE. Benjamin Thomas Prigmore died 3 Jan 1843 in Pettis Co., Mo and was buried in Saline Co., Mo. Mary Downing (his wife - no information known). Records show Benjamin PRIGMORE born 2 Jan 1761 in Maryland.
- BUCY, SEE, THACKER posted by Dan See on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- I'm looking for any information on the surname SEE in Saline Co. Mo. specifically in and around Blackburn. My great, great grandfather William SEE moved there with family from somewhere in Kentucky around 1868. Wife- Mary Ann (THACKER). William died Feb. 28, 1881. Leaving wife and the following children: George Washington SEE born 6/16/1849; William Jefferson SEE born 3/1/1851, possibly died in a fire with wife); Sarah Ann SEE born 3/5/1858; Amerila Elizabeth SEE born 7/4/1860; Benjamin SEE born 10/26/1863; Amanda Jane SEE born 2/17/1867; Henry Jackson SEE born 11/22/1870 or 71. Henry was my great grandfather and should have been born in or around Blackburn. Married Elizabeth BUCY on 12/20/1890 in Linn Co. Mo. Children : Jesse Earl SEE born 8/9/1892; Bill SEE; Ethel SEE (died in childhood). All should have been born in or around Blackburn. Sometime after births moved to Iowa. Jesse was my grandfather and was a coal miner until his death in a Knoxville, Iowa coal mine. William, William J. and possibly Benjamin ran a general store and frieght business in or around Blackburn. I have one of the ledgers that belonged to them. It's my understanding that William also ran a store in Kentucky before their move to Blackburn. There is a possibility that they may have lived just over the county line in Lafayette Co. Any information, that you might have, would be greatly appreciated. I'm glad to know there is someone in Saline Co. to contact about genealogy.
- SMITH posted by Jim McBride on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- Looking for any info on the family of Dr. E.W. SMITH. He was in Slater as of Aug 1884. Any info greatly appreciated.
- SMITH posted by Martha Hervey on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- Seeking information on John SMITH T and wife Nancy. John was an early Saline Co. landowner. Nancy may have died in late 1828 and may have been buried near Malta Bend. Would like any information on these two individuals.
- HAWKINS, WITHERS posted by Ron Sykes on Saturday, March 1, 1997
- Looking for information and descendants of Isaac C. WITHERS (1825-911) and his wife, Ann Eliza HAWKINS (1937-1905). They lived in Saline Co., MO at the end of the 1800's and into the 1900's. Six children known, possibly more: Any help appreciated.
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