Webster County


ROSS posted by Jane Ross on Tuesday, July 13, 1999

JOHN W. ROSS and his wife, ELIZABETH ROSS, who lived in Webster County between 1870-1920 census. They had a son named HENRY ROSS. Searching for info. RROSS48388@aol.com

posted by Rita Stahl on Monday, July 19, 1999

I am looking for Richard Miller. I have a land document that says he had land in springfield,co of webster. it was purchased in1889. His mothers name was margaret hager and his fathers name was benjimon miller. Richard was born in 1862. anyone with info please contact me. thank you Rita

BARNARD, BUTLER, CLARKE, HAYES, KNIGHT, SWEARENGIN posted by Michael A. Weber on Thursday, July 22, 1999

Searching the Hayes-Butler> Hayes -Knight families.William Hayes m. Mary Bulter 12-24-1867.His son Will.(1872-1942) m. Cora Knight(1874-1918)also linked to Swearengin,Barnard and Clarke trees.Please reply to e-mail address.

GALLOWAY, ROBB, SHARPENSTEEN, WESTER, YANDELL posted by Carol Robb on Sunday, July 25, 1999

I am searching for information on George and Daisy Sharpensteen Yandell. I was told they taught school in Webster County in the eary 1900. I would appreciate and information or pictures. Thanks, Carol

BALCH, BUCK, HUNSAKER, WHITAKER posted by Carolyn Whitaker on Monday, July 26, 1999

I am interested in finding descendants of the Balch and Buck family of Marshfield & Niangua area. My 2nd great uncle, Hartless T. Balch was b. abt 1845 Lincoln Co. NC and died 13 July 1901 in Niangua. Buried at the Lutheran Cemetery just east of Marshfield. He was listed as a widower in the 1900 census He had siblings, Ellenora b. abt 1838 Lincoln Co. NC, Harvey Girdine b. abt 1843 NC, Candus b. 1847 NC, and Carnellus b. abt 1856 NC. There is a marriage between a Carnolios Balch to Alexander Buck 11 June 1876 Webster Co. MO. In the 1900 & 1910 census Alexander & Carnallis Butts (most likely Buck) are listed with a mother in law - Ella/Ellen Balch, widow, age 75 born NC. A few households away Hartwell Balch age 54 born NC is living as widower with servant, Nora McLaugh. I have not yet looked at these census records, but received through a gracious lookup through Webster Co so can't give dates for the Buck's, but puts an approximate birth year around late 1850's. According to census, Ellen had only 1 child. The above family members lived in Cocke Co. TN in late 1850's and were on the census with their parents, Henry Balch and Sally Hunsaker in 1860. Hartless served in the 3rd Tenn Mtd. Infantry Co. A from 30 June 1864 to 13 Dec 1864 during the Civil War. At what point they left Tenn I have no clue. But puts them there as early as 1876. I have not investigated yet, but do know there also were some Whitaker's in the area at the time. The daughter of Harvey Girdine Balch is my great grandmother Daisy b. abt 1867 who married Samuel S. Whitaker, who also were from Cocke Co. TN. Samuel's parents were Joseph Whitaker and Mary Eliza Hudson. Daisy died sometime between 1894/96 to 1900 when Samuel remarried to Mary Willett in Cocke Co. TN and then left between 1903/1906 and was in Mansfield, Wright Co. MO and then went to Iola, Allen Co. Kansas around 1910. For further information on these families please visit my website at: http://hometown.aol.com/atsissie/pubpage.htm Any help appreciated. Carolyn Whitaker

CAPPS, DAVIS, GOODALE, GOSS, JOHNS, POTTER, THOMPSON posted by Marla Andrus on Tuesday, July 27, 1999

Searching for additional information on the following people; Charles Harvey GOODALE married Thersia E. (Davis) and together they had 9 children; Nellie F. POTTER Ellis GOODALE Norma JOHNS James GOODALE Jewell GOODALE Sadie GOODALE Dulcia THOMPSON Josephine CAPPS Lona GOSS They lived on a farm North of Elkland. Would love to converse with other researchers regarding this family. I am the great grandaughter of Thersia's brother, William Monroe DAVIS.

GARNER, LAMB, MARLER posted by Donna Carmichael on Friday, July 30, 1999

I am searching for Ada Marler b. December 1872, Missouri and Solomon E Lamb b. 1869 Missouri. Ada "Addie" Marler was first married to Ruben Garner abt. 1887, had two daughters Lilly Garner b. 1888 and Maude Garner b. 1892. Ada divorced Ruben Garner in 1895, and married Solomon E. Lamb about 1898. I don't know if there were issues in this marriage. I am very interested in finding descendents or any family members of Ada or Solomon. Any information will be joyfully accepted. caldmc@msn.com

TAYLOR posted by sUZI kICKER on Monday, August 2, 1999

I'm trying to locate descendants of William & Cornelia TAYLOR. William was born between 1843 & 1847 in Morgan County, IL. When there was a sale of his mother's property in 1877 he was residing in Webster Co., MO. Can anyone help?

BRADSHAW, GARRISON posted by Billy R.F.Denton Jr on Wednesday, August 4, 1999

Hi I am trying to find a Mental Hospital that my G Grandma Ena Garrison Bradshaw, worked at I do not know the name of it but she lived in Conway, Laclede Co., which is on the boarder of Laclede and Webster Co., she would have worked there between 1890 / 1930. Hope some one can help me thanks Billy Jr

HARBERT, SMITH posted by Clarissa Stuart on Sunday, August 8, 1999

I am looking for information on R. Ellen Harbert and/or William Lenard Smith who were married in Webster Co. 14 Sept 1865.

CLIFT, COPENING, DYCHE, FRANKLIN, GARNER, LETCHWORTH, PENLAND, SHIELDS, WITTENBURG posted by Donna Carmichael on Sunday, August 15, 1999

George Washington Penland died intestate in 1862 on his Marshfield Ranch, Marshfield, Webster County, Missouri. The state administered the estate upon his death. I am connected to many of the names below by blood or family association would love to compare information. The inventory was listed as follows; Cash on hand $217.61 personal property sold at auction on July 25, 1862; approx. $477.00 as follows; Purchaser Article Sold Amount of Sale A. Crump one 2 horse ? 1.75 H. Rice one plow .30 H. Ring one hoe .30 James Smith one plow 30 H. Rice one plow, 2 oxen .10 John Smith one plow .70 J.C. Eslinger one plow .10 J. Whittenburg one pair stretchery and ox .35 J.M. Copening one sythe .25 Lucinda Penland one ox chain .41 S Nichols one bar of iron 1.30 Wright Holland one bush sythe .50 H Ring one mowing sythe .75 J.M. Copening one singletree .35 J. Smith one lot of old irons .50 J.M. Copening one wheat gun .25 J.C. Eslinger one hay fork .45 J.M. Copening one gun .25 J.M. Copening one barrel .20 H. Rice one pair of gears 1.25 G. Hargis one sythe and cradle .75 G. Hargis one sythe and cradle 2.80 Lucinda Penland one grind stone 1.30 D. Dyche one bell 1.30 B.F. Gindle one man's saddle 4.25 M. Clifton one rifle gun 8.00 W. Taggert one gold watch 11.25 V. Garner one bee stand 1.00 V. Garner two bee stands 2.00 H. Rice one bee stand .75 M.D. Coin one bee stand 1.25 L.F. Gindle two dry hydes .55 W. Letchworth one stone cutter .25 James Smith one wheat fan 3.80 John Garner one hogshears .10 W. Boulding five head choice hogs 2.85 D.F. 18 head second choice hogs 3.05 S. Hargis one yoke of oxen 35.05 John Akers one pair of oxen 16.25 W. Dennis one steer 5.25 I. Shipman one cow and calf 7.20 R.N. Clift one cow and calf 8.25 J.A. Shields one cow and calf 7.50 W. Dennis one cow and calf 7.10 J. W. Dennis two stock mules 7.40 J.C. Eslinger two yearlings 7.00 W. Dennis one pair yearlings 6.70 E. Boulding one cow 2.05 Lucinda Penland one year old heifer 4.00 W. Duncan one saddle horse 13.25 D.F. Ginder one sorrel horse 48.00 J. Nobles one grey horse 50.00 W. Garner one grey horse 42.00 P Penland one sorrel colt 20.30 (this is probably George W.'s son, Philip) J. Copening one sorrel horse 69.50 S. Decker one wash kittle 1.80 Lucinda Penland one wash kittle .25 J. Huffman 70 bushels corn 24.50 E. Sanford one ? stock 20.00 J.W. McUnion 10 head sheep 4.00 J.M. Copening 500 lbs hay 2.85 There is no mention of the acreage and house or it's value in the estate papers so we don't know what happened to it. Possibly Widow was allowed to keep it? (notes taken from memoirs of George's grandaughter, Ella McCreary and from information contributed by Cathy Penland.)

LINEBERGER posted by Peg on Monday, August 23, 1999

LINEBERGER: Moses Lineberger/Limberger/Linebarger and wife Mary E. migrated from TN to Webster Co. with their family ca 1875. They appeared in 1880 census, Dallas Twp., with children: Horace L., Effie S., Etta C., Joseph H., Charles V. and William N. Moses was drowned in a flash flood in 1898 and is buried there with most of his family. It appears William lived into the 1950's. I would very much like to locate any descendants. Can anyone help?


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