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 1.  Philip H. STICKNEY was born in 1783 in New Hampshire.1  

He appeared in the census in 1830 in Pike County, Illinois.2  He served in the military in Jun 1832 in Pike County. Illinois.3,4  4th Regiment, Third Brigade, Illinois Mounted Volunteers  Listed as Stigney, Philip H. This company was from Atlas & Pike County, Illinois  Private  Captain Ozias Hale Commanding

According to... BLACK HAWK WAR ILLINOIS SOLDIERS   Source....

He signed up in Pike County, IL.  He appeared on the census in 1840 in Adam County, Illinois.  1840 Adams County, Illinois Census   (NOTE no record of P.H. Stickney in the 1830 Illinois Census  

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Philip H. Stickney   0  2  1  0  0  0  0  1  0  0  0  0  0        1  0  0  1  0  1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0

This means  Males

 2 between 5 - 10 1  between 10 - 15 1  between 50-60


1  under 10 1  between 15 - 20 1 between 30 -40

He appeared on the census in 1850 in Adams County, Illinois.  1850 Adam County, Illinois

Page 129    60  65  Philip H. Stickney   67  M  Laborer    NH  
           Phebe     43   F      Oh 
            James P.    23  M  Laborer    Illinois  
           John      16  M  Laborer     Illinois  
           Elizabeth  14  F        Illinois  
           Joshua    9  M        Illinois  
           Francis M.   7     Illinois  
          Washington    4  M  Illinois  
           Martha J.  1  F  Illinois  


  He died in 1851 in Adams County, Illinois.5  He was married to Phebe WINTERS (daughter of WINTERS and Jane WINTERS) on 14 Oct 1827 in Randolph County, Illinois.6  Phebe WINTERS was born in 1807 in Ohio.  She is listed in the 1860 Census on 13 Sep 1860 in Keene Township, Adams County, Illinois. 

  William Alison 50, M, Carpenter    b. O???  
   Phebe             48, F,                    b.  O  
    Orlondo Alison 21, M,                    b. O  
     Amos              20, M,                    b. O  
   Joshua            18, M,                    b. Ills  
  Francis            16 ?, M,                 b. Ills  
    Washington      14, M,                   b. Ills  

 Note:  None of these children could be Phebe's as Philip died in only 1851. 

She is listed in the 1870 Census on 24 Aug 1870 in Keene Township, Adams County, Illinois.   

  Alison, William, 59 M, W, Carpenter   b. Ohio  
  "        , Phoebe, 62 F, W,                   b. Ohio  

  She died in 1898.  Philip H. STICKNEY and Phebe WINTERS had the following children:     

2                      i.    Male STICKNEY. 
3                     ii.    Female STICKNEY.   
+4                    iii.    Lucinda STICKNEY.  
+5                    iv.    James P. STICKNEY.  
  6                     v.    Male STICKNEY was born in 1830.  He died in 1830.  
  7                    vi.    Female STICKNEY was born in 1830.  She died in 1830.  
  +8                   vii.    John W. STICKNEY.  
 +9                  viii.    Elizabeth Ann Collone STICKNEY.  
+10                    ix.    Joshua STICKNEY.  
+11                     x.    Francis Marion STICKNEY.
  +12                    xi.    George Washington STICKNEY.
  13                   xii.    Martha J. STICKNEY was born in 1849.1  


4.  Lucinda STICKNEY was born in 1820.

     She was married to John MCCOY on 2 Aug 1846 in Adams County, Illinois.7

 5.  James P. STICKNEY was born in 1826 in Barry, Pike County, Illinois.1 

He died on 30 Jan 1864 in St. Louis, Missouri.8  His CWU was Company B  78th Illinois Infantry.9 He was married to Sarah HUMPHREY on 28 Sep 1856 in Lewis County, Missouri.10  Sarah HUMPHREY was born in 1826.  James P. STICKNEY and Sarah HUMPHREY had the following children:  

  +14                      i.    John T. STICKNEY
+15                     ii.    Oliver S. STICKNEY.
  16                    iii.    George P. STICKNEY.

      8.  John W. STICKNEY was born in 1834 in Barry, Pike County, Illinois.1 

 He is found in the 1880 Census Enumeration District 105 Sheet 3  Line 3 in 1880 in Clinton County, Missouri.  He was married to Barbara BUHLMEYER on 26 Aug 1859 in Adams County, Illinois.11  John W. STICKNEY and Barbara BUHLMEYER had the following children:  

17                      i.    John P. STICKNEY
18                     ii.    Minnie STICKNEY.   
19                    iii.    Herbert STICKNEY. 
  20                    iv.    Nettie STICKNEY.

9.  Elizabeth Ann Collone STICKNEY was born on 16 Aug 1835 in Barry, Pike County, Illinois.12  

She died on 23 Jan 1924 in San Luis Obispo, California.13  

     She was married to Young Anderson LEE on 4 Feb 1855 in Adams County, Illinois.14,15  Young Anderson LEE was born in 1835.  Elizabeth Ann Collone STICKNEY and Young Anderson LEE had the following children:  

  21                      i.    George A. LEE. 
  22                     ii.    William O. LEE. 
 23                    iii.    Oran LEE.   
  24                    iv.    Rhoda Ellen LEE.   
25                     v.    Francis M. LEE.
26                    vi.    Thomas LEE. 
  27                   vii.    Eugene LEE.
  28                  viii.    John Edward Vankerk LEE. 

  10.  Joshua STICKNEY was born in 1841 in Illinois.1 

He is listed in the 1880 Census,  Enumeration District 69  Sheet 15  line 21 in 1880 in Knox County, Missouri.   He was married to Anna L. WOODWARD on 25 Feb 1862 in Pike County, Illinois.16  Joshua STICKNEY and Anna L. WOODWARD had the following children
29                      i.    James F. STICKNEY.   
30                     ii.    Clarence A. STICKNEY was born in 1865.  He died in 1866 in Pike Co. Illinois.  
31                    iii.    Phebe A. STICKNEY was born in 1867.  She died in 1969 in Pike Co. Illinois.  
32                    iv.    Emma B. STICKNEY.   
33                     v.    Lucinda STICKNEY.
34                    vi.    George STICKNEY.

   11.  Francis Marion STICKNEY was born on 5 Oct 1844 in Adams County, Illinois.17,18  

He is listed in the 1850 Census in 1850 in Adams County, Illinois.  Listed as 7 years old in his fathers home  He 1880 Census in 1880 in Dry Branch, Franklin County, Missouri.19  
Francis Marion Stickney    M  34  Illinois  
Mariah J.   F  33  Illinois  
George P.  M  15  Illinois  
Alfred M.  M  12  Missouri 
 Malinda L   F  9  Missouri  
  Johnathon    M 6  Missouri 

He served in the military on 4 May 1898 in Jefferson City, Missouri.  The name of the book is unknown but is a book about the Second Regiment, Missouri Volunteer Infantry.  Company L was formed in Jefferson City, Missouri and on page 242 it listed Frank D. Stickney, Private  4 May 1898   Jefferson City Discharged  25- Jul 1898.  

   He had an Anniversary Announcement in the Eldon Advertiser on 26 Feb 1914 in Eldon , Missouri. 

 He died on 31 Jan 1919 in Miller County, Missouri.  He was buried in Feb 1919 in Eldon    Cemetery, Miller County, Missouri.20,21  His Obit was published on 6 Feb 1919 in Eldon, Missouri. 

   Rev. F.M. Stickney Passed Away Friday  Had been a resident of Eldon 26 Years Leaves Four Sons Who Are Now in The Ministry

Funeral Saturday

Taken from Eldon, Missouri Newspaper Thursday, February 6, 1919 (Every attempt has been made to keep the original spelling )

  The subject of this sketch was born on a farm near Woodville, Adams County, Ill., Oct. 5, 1844. His early life was spent on the farm and was full of struggles due to the fact that he lost his father by death as the age of six. He received such education as the public schools of Southern Illinois could afford as a time when the public schools of that border country were in their infancy. This was supplemented by two terms in a higher institute of learning. At nineteen years of age he was converted at an old time Methodist mourners bench. His experience was so clear that through a long life, while he had many troubles, one of them was not religious doubt. He knew Him whom he believed. At nineteen he joined the church and to the church he dedicated his life. This was at Barry, Polk County, Illinois. At the same time and place he met and weded Maria Helvey viz Feb. 18, 1864. Had he lived to see the 18th day of February they would have walked lifeís devous way together 55 years. This is a remarkable record and few achieve it To them were born 5 children, four sons and one daughter, Mrs. Lennie Hamilton, of Jasper, Mo. Of the sons all of them have preached the gospel and three of them viz: Rev. Edward Stickney, Dwight Kansas; Rev. A.M. Stickney, Grand Tower, Ill.; and Rev. Frank Stickney, Neelyís Landing, Mo. Are regularly engaged in the ministry and George Stickney of Eldon. Thus he being dead yet speaketh thru his sons. All his children, his wife, twenty-seven grandchildren and nine great-great grandchildren survive him.

      He was licensed to preach in 1868 and for two years served as a supply preacher at Clinton, Mo. He was received on probation into the St. Louis conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church as it session held in Springfield, March 1870, Bishop Clark presiding. He was later ordained deacon and elder and he was sent to his first regular appointment at Dixon, Mo. where he remained four years. Then his appointments were Houston, Sullivan, Barnesville, Marble Hill, Calvary, again two years at Sullivan, Iberia, Linn Creek, and Eldon in which place he has since resided. He came to Eldon in 1893 and thus has been a citizen of the town 26 years. From 1891 to 1901 he was a preacher doing supply work in and around Eldon. Since 1901 he has been a superannuated preacher but was by no means idle in his retirement. His ministry has been to the whole community and has rendered incalculable service as he has gone about doing good, burying the dead, marrying the lovers and spreading good cheer and sunshine.

      He was every manís friend and he has made for himself a unique place in the life of the community. He was a member of the I.O.O.F. and Masonic lodges and was highly esteemed by the members of these fraternities. He was never a rugged man and many times his life despaired of but he lived on going about among us until about three weeks ago. He was then stricken with what was probably influenza. This passed off when he repeatedly contracted a cold and after two weeks of struggle with disease and pain he passed away on Jan. 31 at 1:15 a.m. aged 75 years, 2 months and 26 days. His mind and faith were clear to the end and he passed away most peacefully.

     The funeral services held Saturday, Feb. 1 were in charge of the pastor who dedicated a sermon to his memory using a text Acts 11:24 "For he was a good man and full of the Holy Ghost and of faith and much people were added to the Lord."

      A large congregation gathered witnessing the esteem in which Bro. Stickney was held. Both the Eastern Star and the Masonic lodges were present in a body. He was buried in the Eldon Cemetery with Masonic honors.  

He was married to Mariah Jane HELVEY (daughter of Alfred Martin HELVEY and Elizabeth "Betsy" RIDPATH) on 18 Feb 1864 in Barry, Pike County, Illinois.22,23  Mariah Jane HELVEY was born on 18 Aug 1844 in Floyd Township, Putnam Co., IN.24,25  She died on 20 Jul 1934 in Eldon, Miller County Missouri.26  She was buried on 22 Jul 1934 in Eldon Cemetery, Miller County, Missouri.20  She Obit after 22 Jul 1934 in Eldon, Miller County Missouri.  Funeral Service is Held for Mrs. F.M. Stickney

She had lived here since 1893 the wife if a Minister Who married many people

Maria Stickney 89, wife of the late Rev. F. M. Stickney, well known minister here for many years, died at the home of her daughter Mars. L. L. Hamilton, Friday June 20.  Although blind for several years she was able to be about and appeared to be in usual health until after she had eaten lunch.  She then complained of not feeling well and was helped to bed.  In a short time she was stricken and passes away.

 Maria Silvey was born in Putnam County, Indiana, in 1844.  She moved to Pike County, Illinois in 1851 and in 1864 she was married to F.M. Stickney.  Six years later they became a member of the Methodist Church and a year later her husband began his ministry in the church.  In 1893 & 1894 rev. Stickney was pastor of the Eldon Methodist Church and later retired as a local minister.  He made his home here for many and preformed a great many wedding ceremonies for young people.

 Five children were born into the family and four are now living, George Stickney and Mrs. L.L. Hamilton of Eldon, Edward Stickney of Salem Kansas and Frank Stickney of Grandin, Mo.

 Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist Church Sunday afternoon by the Rev. Raymond Gilbreath pastor.  Burial was made at Eldon cemetery with the ritual service of the Eastern Star of Eldon of which Mrs. Stickney was a charter member.

  Funeral Service is Held for Mrs. F.M. Stickney

She had lived here  Francis Marion STICKNEY and Mariah Jane HELVEY had the following children:  

+35                      i.    George Emmett STICKNEY
+36                     ii.    Alfred Mitchell STICKNEY.
  +37                    iii.    Malinda  Leona (Linnie) STICKNEY.
+38                    iv.    Johnathon Ed STICKNEY.  
+39                     v.    Francis Dermit STICKNEY.  

         12.  George Washington STICKNEY was born in 1846 in Barry, Pike County, Illinois.1

     He was married to Rachel LEE on 18 Oct 1868 in Adams County, Illinois.27



14.  John T. STICKNEY was a Farmer in 1892 in Adams County, Illinois.28

     He was married to Sarah C. DEARWESTER on 15 Jul 1880 in Adams County, Illinois.29

15.  Oliver S. STICKNEY was a Farmer in 1892 in Adams County, Illinois.30

         He was married to Kesiah B. WILSON on 3 Oct 1880 in Adams County, Illinois.31

 35.  George Emmett STICKNEY was born on 2 Feb 1865 in Barry, Pike County, Illinois.32


He was married to Sarah HICKS (daughter of James Polk HICKS and Nancy DAKE) on 25 Dec 1887.33  George Emmett STICKNEY and Sarah HICKS had the following children:  
40                      i.    George P. STICKNEY34 was born in Jan 1888.  He died on 8 Feb 1888.  
41                     ii.    Hattie E. STICKNEY was born on 16 Oct 1890.35  She died in Jul 1904. 
  42                    iii.    Ethel STICKNEY was born on 24 Feb 1893.36
  43                    iv.    Leroy STICKNEY was born on 30 Aug 1896.37  He died on 21 Feb 1897.  
+44                     v.    Maude STICKNEY.  
  +45                    vi.    Florence STICKNEY.  
46                   vii.    James Thomas STICKNEY was born on 7 Feb 1905.38
47                  viii.    Bonnie Marjorie STICKNEY.  

  36.  Alfred Mitchell STICKNEY was born on 10 Jul 1868 in Missouri. 

  He died in 1931.  He Obit Marion Republic Daily Newspaper on 6 Apr 1931 in Carbondale, Jackson County, Illinois.  Front page story: Marion Daily Republican Newspaper (April 6, 1931.  


Services for Former Pastor of the M.E. Church, South were Held in Carbondale,   Saturday Funeral services for the late rev. A. M. Stickney, for four years pastor of the M.E. Church, South of Marion, who died Thursday morning in the Barnes Hospital in St. Louis of cancer were conducted at two o'clock Saturday afternoon from the first Methodist church of Carbondale. The large edifice was filled with hundreds of friends and former parishioners coming from Clay City where he was pastor when stricken ill and from Marion and Centralia former charges as well as other places. The Rev. W.D. Humphrey of Carbondale presiding elder of the Carbondale district of the M.E. Church South was in charge of the services and was assisted by other ministers of the denomination. Burial was made in Oakland Cemetery in Carbondale.

Another obituary was published in the Carbondale Free Press 31-4-1931 in Carbondale, Jackson County, Illinois.  Front page: Carbondale Free Press (April 3, 1931)


Funeral Services for Rev. A.M. Stickney, who died yesterday morning at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, will be conducted at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Rev. W.E. Humphrey, presiding elder of the Methodist church, South, will have charge of the services. Burial will be made at Oakland cemetery. The body was brought here from St. Louis yesterday afternoon. Rev. Stickney was a brother-in-law of A. E. Whiteside of this city. His home was at Clay City, but he was formerly pastor of churches at Centralia and Marion. 

.  He was married to Ellie KINDER on 8 Dec 1887.  Alfred Mitchell STICKNEY and Ellie KINDER had the following children:

           +48                      i.    Charles Hughey STICKNEY.

 He was married to Mathilda A. SMITH on 7 Oct 1893.  Alfred Mitchell STICKNEY and Mathilda A. SMITH had the following children:

           +49                      i.    Myrtle Irene STICKNEY.

            50                     ii.    J. Morris STICKNEY  

37.  Malinda  Leona (Linnie) STICKNEY was born on 12 Sep 1870 in Clinton, Missouri.39  She died on 26 Apr 1951 in Miller County, Missouri.  She was buried in Eldon Cemetery, Miller County, Missouri.40    She was married to Peter SLOTE on 20 Feb 1899.  Peter SLOTE was born about 1830 in Ohio.  Malinda  Leona (Linnie) STICKNEY and Peter SLOTE had the following children:

             51                      i.    Edward Lincoln SLOTE was born on 24 Apr 1900 in Eldon, Missouri.  He died on 28 Feb 1979 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

 She was married to Elmer Elsworth MONTGOMERY on 11 Apr 1886 in Dry Branch, Franklin County, Missouri.42  Elmer Elsworth MONTGOMERY was born on 23 Jun 1865 in Hillsborrow, Illinois.  Malinda  Leona (Linnie) STICKNEY and Elmer Elsworth MONTGOMERY had the following children:

             52                      i.    Jasper Newton MONTGOMERY was born on 24 Jan 1888 in Eldon, Missouri.  He died in 1938. 

            53                     ii.    Thomas Marion MONTGOMERY was born on 27 Feb 1891 in Eldon, Missouri.  He died in 1936. 

            54                    iii.    Benjamine H. MONTGOMERY was born on 3 Oct 1892 in Eldon, Missouri.

          +55                    iv.    Alice Florence MONTGOMERY.

          +56                     v.    Cedric Ernest MONTGOMERY.

 38.  Johnathon Ed STICKNEY was born on 6 Mar 1874. 

 Caroline POE Nickname Callie.

 39.  Francis Dermit STICKNEY was born on 27 Mar 1876 in Missouri.43  He died on 22 Sep 1968 in Poplar Bluff, Butler County, Missouri.  He had an estate probated on 11 Apr 1969 in Carter County, Missouri.44  He was buried in Annut Cemetery, Dent County, Missouri.  He Nickname Frank.  He served in the military.   1889 - Joined the Army to fight in the Spanish-American War.  The war ended after he had been in the service for 10 months.  Became minister at the Methodist church in Buffalo, Missouri.  He was also the pastor at the following churches through out his time.  (Walton's Church, Smith's Church, Hunter Methodist, Macedonia, Caruthersville, Fredricktown, Phillipsburg and Steelville).  Performed over 200 marriages and that many funerals and once performed 14 weddings in one Christmas week.

 Second Regiment, Missouri Volunteer Infantry.

This regiment was organized from the second Regiment Infantry, National Guard of Missouri, and was mustered into the United States service at Jefferson Barrack, Missouri, May 12 1898 by first Lieutenant Letcher Hardeman, 10th Calvary, U.S.A. to serve two years, unless soon discharged.

 Company "L" Jefferson City, Missouri:

Stickney, Frank D.  Private   May 4, 1898   Discharged July 25, 1898.

 The only reference to the time of this article is that it says he is about to observe his 91 Christmas.  Excerpts from a newspaper article on Rev. Frank D. Stickney.  The date and newspaper are unknown.

 May 27, 1876 Born 5 miles fro Sullivan, Missouri A son of a Methodist Minister.

 He spent 48 years as a Methodist Minister him self.  retiring in 1934 to spend more time with his wife who was seriously ill at the time. She later died in 1935.

 At the age of 22 he took time out from the ministry to serve in the Spanish American War (One year in the U.S.) with most of the time in Georgia & Kentucky.

He is a lifelong resident of Missouri except for that year in the army and a year in Mexico as a missionary.

He spent 2 years as a horseback circuit minister covering most of Southern Missouri. His circuit extended as far west as Dallas County and south to Caruthersville.  He traveled 187 miles and preached 27 times each month.  ( From 1910-1912).  During this time he and his family were living in Annutt, a little town 12 miles from Salem, in Dent County.

His wife and 2 of his children are buried there and a place is reserved there for him.


State of Missouri,

County of Carter

 In Probate Court of Carter County, Missouri At Van Buren

 In the Estate of

F.D. Stickney                                                        Estate No.  491

I, Lucy Emmons, a person having knowledge of the facts hereinafter stated, being of lawful age and residing at Grandin, Missouri, in the County of Carter, State of Missouri, being first duly sworn, depose and state:

 1. One F.D. Stickney died on the 22nd day of October, 1968, domiciled in and a resident of Carter County, Missouri, and left no surviving spouse or unmarried minor children.

 2.  (Nothing here)

B. The said decedent died interstate.

 3. There are no unpaid debts, claims or demands against the said decedent or the estate of said decedent, and all inheritance taxes, if any, on the property transfers involved have been paid

 4. The following is an itemized description and appraisement of all personal property left by the said decedent, together with the names and addresses of the persons having custody and possession of the same (including registrars or transfer agents of all corporate shares and bonds).                                                                                  Value   00.00

 5. The following is the legal description of and an appraisement off all real-estate left by decedent;  the following described Lots, Tracts, or parcels of land, lying. Being situate in the County of St. Francis and the State of Missouri, to-wit:  All of the surface rights only in and to part of lot fourteen (14), Block G of the Town of East Federal on file in Plat Book 4 at page 29, of the land records of St. Francis County, Missouri, and the part herein conveyed described as follows:  Beginning at the Southeast corner of Lot 14, Block G, thence in a northwesterly direction, along the South line of said lot, for a distance of 100 feet.  Thence at a right angle in a northeasterly direction across the same lot to a point in the north line of lot 14, Block G, thence in a easterly direction along the north line of same lot to the northeast corner of lot 14, Block G, thence in a Southwesterly direction, along the east line of the same lot, for a distance 190 Feet the point of beginning.

     Subject to reservations and restrictions mentioned in deed from Boone Terre Farming and Cattle Company to Robert Mayberry and Mary Lorene Mayberry, his wife, dated January 25, 1946 and recorded in the Recorder's Office of St. Francis         County, Missouri, in book 216  Page 101. 

6. The names, addresses and relationship of the decedent of the persons entitled to and who will receive the property are:

        Virgil Timothy Stickney - son, 3714 A. East 56th  St.  - Maywood, California

        Lucy Emmons - Daughter  - Grandin, Missouri

        Hazel Webber - Daughter- 209 South Moore, Waterloo, Illinois

 7. The facts establishing the right to the property as prescribed by section 473.097 of the probate code are: 

  Is that the aforesaid parties are the sole and only heirs at law of the decedent, and such are entitled to the property of land and belonging to the Estates of the decedent, F.D. Stickney.

8. The total value of decedent's estate, including real and personal property, less liens and encumbrances, does not exceed $3500.00.

9. No letters testamentary or of administration have been issued or applied for in said estate, nor has any order refusing letters been made in accordance with section 473.090 RSMo.  Nor has any application for such order been filed.

10. More than thirty days have elapsed since the death of the decedent.

11. The probate court has by order dispensed with the filing of a bond by the distributees.

         X  Lucy Emmons

        Grandin, Missouri Tel. 593-4494

        Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11thh day of April, 1969

          Mattie Rose           Clerk

         Probate Court of Carter County, Missouri

 He was married to Zara Lavonia WEEKLY (daughter of Barney WEEKLY and Sarah Jane SMITH) on 29 Apr 1900 in Farmington, St. Francis County, Missouri.45  Zara Lavonia WEEKLY was born in 1876 in Sullivan, Missouri.  She died in 1935.  She was buried in 1935 in Annut Cemetery, Dent County, Missouri.  Francis Dermit STICKNEY and Zara Lavonia WEEKLY had the following children:


          +57                      i.    Ira Vincent STICKNEY.

            58                     ii.    Edith Alberta STICKNEY was born on 23 Jan 1904.  She died on 21 Aug 1904. 

          +59                    iii.    Hazel A. STICKNEY.

            60                    iv.    La Launda Maybell STICKNEY was born on 13 Jan 1907.  She died on 8 Oct 1909. 

            61                     v.    Ada STICKNEY was born on 5 Feb 1909 in Salem, Dent County, Missouri.46  She died on 8 Mar 1909 in Salem, Dent County, Missouri.47

          +62                    vi.    Virgil Timothy STICKNEY.

          +63                   vii.    Lucy Amelia STICKNEY.


1.  1850 Adams County, Keene Twsp., Illinois Census.
2.  1830 Pike County, Illinois.  Page 228   Line 16

3.  Ellen W. Whitney.  The Blackhawk War 1831-1832

4.  Black Hawk War Veterans Database.
5.  Newspaper from Eldon, Missouri.  Obituary of Francis.  No death certificate filed.
6.  IGI Records.  Film # 2034589.
7.  Members of GRGS.  Marriages of Adams County, Illinois: 1825 - 1860:  Vol. 1.  Great Rivers Genealogical Society 1979.  page 72    date 2 Aug 1846.
8.  Died of Small Pox during the Civil War.  I have a copy of the Adjutant General's Office letter regarding the death of James P. Stickney.
9.  Sarah Stickney.  Widow Pension application # 46852.
10.  Ibid.
11.  Adams County Illinois County Clerk's Office.
12.  Death Certificate.  Certificate of Elizabeth A.C. (Stickney) Lee - San Luis Obispo County, California.
13.  Ibid.  Death Certificate of Elizabeth A.C. (Stickney) Lee
14.  Marriage Certificate.  Marriage Certificate of Elizabeth Stickney and Anderson Lee, Adams County, Illinois.
15.  Members of GRGS.  Marriages of Adams County, Illinois: 1825 - 1860; 
16.  Marriage Certificate.  Marriage record of Joshua Stickney and Anne Woodward - indexed only Pike County, Illinois, Certificate missing.
17.  Newspaper from Eldon, Missouri.  Obituary of Francis, Eldon Advertiser February 1919 (Missouri) No Death Cert. Filed.

18.  Selected U.S./International Marriage Records 1560-1900; 

19.  1880 Federal Census.  Ed. #72  Sheet 15  Line 2 of Cry Branch, Franklin County, Missouri.

20.  2009 Field St., Lakewood, Co 80215.

21.  Robert McKinley.  On Line listing of tombstones in Eldon, Missouri; 

22.  The Computerized Ancestor.  Actual copy of the record can be order from Yates Publishing  Document # 21912.012.

23.  Selected U.S./International Marriage Records 1560-1900; 

24.  Death Certificate.  Death Certificate of Mariah J. (Helvey) Stickney.
25.  Selected U.S./International Marriage Records 1560-1900 
26.  Death Certificate.  Death Certificate of Mariah J. (Helvey)  Stickney.

27.  Marriage Certificate.  Marriage Record of George W. Stickney and Rachel Lee.  Adams County, Illinois.


29.  Illinois Statewide Marriage Index 1763-1900.


31.  Illinois Statewide Marriage Index 1763-1900.

32.  Census Record.  1880 Franklin County, Missouri Census.

33.  Marriage Certificate.  Miller County, Missouri  Marriage Book C.
34.  Family Records.  From Thane Emmons.
35.  Ibid.  From Thane Emmons.
36.  Ibid.  From Thane Emmons.
37.  Ibid.  From Thane Emmons.
38.  Ibid.  From Thane Emmons.
39.  Census Record.  1880 Franklin County, Missouri Census.
40.  MoGenWeb, Miller County, Missouri.
41.  1937-1997.  Last Residence  74133    Tulsa Oklahoma.
42.  Marriage Certificate.  Marriage Certificate of Malinda Stickney and Elmer Montgomery.
43.  Census Record.  1910 Dent County Census Records.
44.  Probate Records.  Estate # 491   F. D. Stickney Carter County, Missouri.
45.  Marriage Certificate.  A copy of the Marriage license is located in my files in F.D. Stickney's folder.  It was obtained from St. Francis County Missouri.
46.  Ozark Heritage.  Dent County, Missouri Historical Society.  Volume 3 1994.
47.  Ibid.  Vol. 3   1994.

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