Camden County, Missouri GenWeb
The castle at Ha Ha Tonka State Park Macks Creek Masonic Gathering About 1900 Photo courtesy of Guy Eidson. PHOTO IDENTIFIED! Carmen Willis sent the following information: Officers and Members of Macks Creek Masonic Lodge taken in 1899 Left to right 1st row John Bishop's son, John Bishop, Tom Dowell, Matt Green, John Frank Osborn, Jim Castain, John D. Osborn, Jim Marlow, Sam Jackson, Newton V. Moulder, Tom Huffman, Volley Moulder, Newt Whitworth 2nd row Jimmy Palmer, Albert Parrack, Rance Cruse, William S. Osborn, Bill Bonner, Jay Hix, Tommy Edison, H. W. Gerhardt, Will Taylor 3rd row William Hardin Hix, Rush, Joe Palmer, Vander Moulder, Sol Meads, John Edwards, Billy Warren, John Foster, Zeph Warren, Bob Eidson, Barney Edison, F. M. (Feke) Whitworth

* Camden County Resources *

Index of Burials Census Records Cemeteries Obituaries
Death Certificates Photos Biographies Lookup Volunteers
Camden County Websites Archives Surnames Donated Records
County History Maps Births Marriage Records
Wills and Probate Records Churches and Organizations Schools and Photos
Old Pioneers NEW! Queries Other Research Links

* Surrounding Counties Links *

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Laclede Miller Morgan
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