History of Northeast Missouri
Index to "History of Northeast Missouri"
Edited by Walter Williams, Published by The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago Illinois 1913  Three Volumes



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Index Section    A-F   G-L   M-R   S-Z


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MACFARLANE, Alice O., 1046 MACFARLANE, George B., 199, 1045 MACHIR, John, 851 MACKEY, Charles A., 1943 MACKEY, Irvin J., 1524 MACKEY, James C., 1530
MACKEY, Parson C., 1524 Macon, 437 Macon County, 1, 74, 84, 89, 102, 110   history of 419   physical features 419   early settlements 420
  organization, 421   railroads, 421   pioneer life, 422   quilting parties and log rollings, 422   prarie fires, 425   education, 426
  medical profession, 427   bench and bar, 428   politics and interstate war, 429   towns and villages, 432   business and industry, 438   banks, 440
  after the war, 441 Macon Execution, 64 MACQUEEN, Lawrence L, 1291 MADISON, Brooks, W. B., 1336 MAFFRY, Chris R. Jr., 1785 MAGEE, James W., 1275
MAGEE, Samuel M., 1277 MAGRUDER, John N., 1849 MAHAN, George A., 132, 443, 1978 MAIRS, W. J., 2074 MAJOR, Elliott, 217, 484 MAJOR, Elliott W., 1787
MAJOR, James R., 1822 Map of Northeast Missouri, 10 MAPES, Seth L, 1539 Marceline, 411 MARCHAND, Frances L., 387, 782 MARCHAND, George W., 836
MARCHAND, William K., 745 Marion College, 124 Marion County, 1, 5, 74, 84, 89, 99, 108,   history of, 443   under three flags, 443   Indians and French, 444
  when settlement began, 445   the firsts, 450   organization, 450   road building, 451   proceedings, 452   Black Hawk War, 453
  river navigation, 453   railroads, 454   Civil War, 455   William Muldrow, 457   county today, 458   Palmyra, the county seat, 459
  Hannibal, 460 Mark Twain, 11, 39, 128, 465, 468, 477 MARKLAND, A. P., 1783 MARKLAND, Levi P., 1786 MARKLAND, William L, 1790 Marquette, 3, 4, 70
MARSHALL, Hugh D., 918 MASHALL, Neal B., 906 Marthasville, 675 MARTIN, Charles E., 1556 MARTIN, Noah, 946 MARTIN, Walter A., 1813
MARTIN, William H., 866 Martinsburg, 227 MARVIN, Bishop E. M., 11, 118 MASON, William J., 1351 MASTERS, DeWitt, 2006 MATCHET, James F., 1840
MATLICK, Rachel, 1272 MATSON, Alfred P., 1410 MATSON, Enoch G., 1377 MATSON's Mill, 531 MAUGHS, James E., 1117 MAUGHS, Jesse L., 1635
MAY, Robert A. 1232 MAYHALL, George E., 1610 MAYHALL, William F., 812 MAYO, George A., 1598 Maywood, 392 MAXWELL, John H. H. 1179
MAXWELL, Thomas B., 861 MCAFEE, John 53, 54 MCALISTER, Andrew W., 1439 MCBEE, William, 1965 MCBRIDE, Eben W., 468 MCBRIDE, P. H., 193, 481
MCCALL, Sparrel, 1120 MCCALL, William K., 962 MCCALL, W. K., 1702 MCCALLISTER, Josephus, 2066 MCCALISTER, William A., 1123 MCCAMPBELL, Robert S., 1994
MCCARROLL, Edgar C., 972 MCCLANAHAN, R. H., 2099 MCCLINTIC, Robert S., 1924 MCCLUER, Robert, 584 MCCLURE, Robert L., 1803 MCCLURG, Joseph W., 165
MCCOLM, James K., 1176 MCCOMAS, A. R., 1243 MCCULLOUGH, Harry, 1741 MCCULLY, Martha, 1706 MCCULLY, Samuel B., 1705 MCCUNE, Adniron Judson, 1383
McCune College, 95 MCCUNE, Guy, 1317 MCCUNE, James G., 1318 MCCUNE, J. R. S., 764 MCCUNE, William G., 1316 MCDANNOLD, Edgar, 1426
MCDANNOLD, James A., 1692 MCDANNOLD, William R., 1534 MCDEARMON, James R., 23 MCDERMOTT, James W., 1113 MCFADDEN, Mildred S., 144 MCFARLAND, Roy, 1895
McGee College, 426 MCGEE, Thomas A., 1498 MCGIRK, Matthias, 504 MCGREW, C. E., 1981 MCILROY, John W., 1390 MCILROY, W. S., 1382
MCINTIRE, John W., 738 MCINTYRE, D. H., 199, 213 MCINTYRE, Daniel H., 1209 MCKEE, Edwin R., 1368 MCKENDREE, William, 177 MCKIM, Horace W., 1166
MCKINLEY, John C., 926 MCKINLEY, Peter J. 1069 McKittrick, 503 MCLOED, William H., 1626 MCMASTER, Samuel H. K., 2058 MCNAIR, Alexander, 3, 11
MCNALLY, Miles, 756 MCNALLY, Richard J., 756 MCNEIL, General John, 39, 63, 64, 488 MCPIKE, Aaron, 902 MCROBERTS, Hayden R., 885 MCROBERTS, W. B., 688
MCWILLIAMS, Chester M., 1302 MCWILLIAMS, John A., 1302 Meadville, 412 MEGOWN, John E., 1585 MEGRAW, William J., 1740 MELVIN, Winifred, 592, 1266
Memphis, 609 Mendon, 331 Merchants, records of a pioneer, 516 MERRILL, Gen. Lewis, 216 Merrill's Horse, 59, 61 Methodism and Methodists, history of, 115
Methodist Leaders, 118 Mexico, 186, 223 MEYER, J. Fred Jr., 1973 MEYER, John F., 1972 MEYER, Julius, 1056 Middle Grove, 464, 465
MIDDLETON, Benjamin R., 1100 MIDDLETON, Charles, 733 MIDDLETON, James B., 1425 MIDDLETON, W. B., 1320 Middletown, 502 MILAM, Joseph, 1597
Milan, 650, 656 MILLER, Charles L., 922 MILLER, George C., 872 MILLER, George W., 907 MILLER, Issac C., 1992 MILLER, Governor John, 4, 11, 517
MILLER, Joseph, 1273 MILLER, Julius C., 1593 MILLER, Philip, 2013 MILLER, Samuel A., 1015 Millersburg, 295 MILLION, Dr. John W. 143
MILLION, John W., 699 MILLSPAUGH, Frank C., 868 Mineola Springs, 503 MINOR, Fountain M., 1764 MINTER, Dr. Anthony, 627 Mississippi River, 69
Missouri Ave. 78 Missouri Intelligencer, 5 Missouri River, 70 Missouri since 1875, 168 Missouri, State of area, 1, population, 1, first settlements, 1 MITCHELL, The Rev. Franc 127
MITCHELL, John T., 1163 MITCHELL, Miss Pearle, 239 MITCHELL, T. Guy, 1834 Moberly, 543, 550 Moccasinville, 437 Monroe City, battle of, 55, 486
Monroe County, 1, 74, 84, 89, 98, 109   history of, 464   morder Bourbon County, 464   the coming of settlement, 464   politics, farming and fighting, 465   in the empire of agriculture, 466
  on the church rolls, 467   by way of reminiscence, 467   in Paris and Jackson townships, 469   churches and congregations, 470   schools and banks, 471   the oldest newspaper, 472
  Monroe Township, 472   Indian Creek, 473   Union and Marion townships, 474   South fork townships, 476   Woodland and Clay townships, 476   Washington township, 477
  Jefferson Township and Mark Twain, 477   Misc., 481   Civil War, 483   after the Civil War, 490 Monroe Institute, 473 MONROE, President James, 464
MONSEES, A. H., 1738 Montgomery City, 502 Montgomery county, 1, 6, 54, 74, 84, 89, 100, 107   history of, 492   mother of Warren, 492   organization and settlement, 492
  early settlements and settlers, 493   township, 493   killing of Captain Callaway, 495   pioneer families, 495   Mills, 496   Issac Van Bibber, 496
  hermit, 497   Anderson's raid, 497   soil, 498   resources, 498   products and pursuits, 499   county seats and court houses, 499
  schools and churches, 500   county towns, 502   Mineola Springs, 503   Pinnacles, 504   political, 504   financial, 504
  fairs and fraternal orders, 505   celebrations, 505   old settlers picnic, 505   newspapers, 505   roads and travelers, 506 MONTGOMERY, Theodore, L., 874
Monticello, 315, 389 MOORE, Aldridge O, 976 MOORE, Gilbert B., 1343 MOORE, J. K, 1669 Moore's Mill, battle of, 61, 303 MORGAN, James G., 943
MORGAN, Thomas T., 1970 Mormon Troubles, 154 MORRIS, Belle O., 1020 MORRIS, George A., 1019 MORRIS, John Bingle, 1020 MORRIS, Leonidas R., 1996
MORRIS, William H., 1063 MORRISON, Alfred W., 1743 Morrison Observatory, 355 Morsey, 677 MORSEY, Col, Frederick, 680 MORSEY, William L., 989
MORSEY, W. L., 681 MOSBY, George R., 1813 MOSBY, John J., 1812 MOSS, Benjamin G, 1907 MOSS, David H., 472 MOSS, Luella W. S., 2095
MOTLEY, James D., 1095 MOTLEY, Levi D., 1185 MOTLEY, Marion E., 896 Mt. Pleasant College, 95, 546 Mount Zion Church, battle of, 58 MUDD, James R., 1717
MUDD, Jospeh A., 60, 143 MULDROW, John G., 211 MULDROW, William, 23, 77, 454, 457 MULINEX, C. W., 1143 MULLENIX, Charles W., 1297 MUNDY, Horace, 1704
MURRAY, Frank E., 1099 MURRELL, F. Emmett, 1652 MUSICK, John R., 141 MUSSETTER, Willis A., 775 Muster Days, 314 MYERS, Porter D., 1665
MYERS, Roy T. 1025


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NALLEY, Charles W. D., 1363 NALLEY, Thomas J., 1364 NALTY, Walter V., 1502 NASH, Ira P., 262 Nashville, 234 Naturalization, 18
NAYSMITH, Fred H., 1332 NAXERA, Fred, 1250 NEAL, Milton T., 1128 NEEPER, Frederick W., 2037 NELSON, Eugne W., 2046 NELSON, Captain John, 5
NELSON, William L., 2046 NEUKOMM, John J., 1122 Newark, 376 New Cambria, 439 New Florence, 502 NEWLAND, B. F., 471
New London, 536 Newspapers, 5, 96, 101, 137, 138, 144, 180 210, 251, 295, 329, 345, 357, 371, 453, 461 472, 484, 505, 529, 535, 601, 645, 657, 678 Newspaper, first, 5 Newspaper writers, women, 44
Newtown, 657 New Truxton, 677 Ninevah, 183 NOEL, Jefferson T., 1863 NOEL Richard B., 1627 Normal School, First District, 178
NORRIS, Alfred G., 1642 NORRIS, Fred, 1698 North State Highway, 80 NORTHCUTT, John E., 1324 Northeast Missouri, Map of, 10 NORTON, Richard H., 1464
NORTONI, Judge A. D., 417 NORVELL, Robert B., 1814 Novelty, 376 Novinger, 183 NOWELL, William B., 807 NICKLES, Russell, 1327


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Oakwood, 536 Ocean-to-Ocean Highway, 77, 80 OGLESBY, Edwin B., 1561 O'HERN, Joseph P., 2017 Old Settlers Picnic, Montgomery county, 505 Old Trails Road, 77
O'REILLY, Edward R., 723 O'REILLY, Frank H., 1493 O'REILLY, James J., 1283 ORGAN, Minnie K., 1432 ORR, Sample 51 Osteopathy, American School of, 179
ORTHWEIN, Armin F., 1537 OVERALL, John H., 429 OVERALL, Nelson, L., 585 Overton Run, Battle of, 303


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PAGE, Ben F., 2038 PAGE, Robert J., 884 PALMER, Walter P., 1139 Palmyra, 459, 621 Palmyra, Massacre, 64, 456 Paris, 465, 469
PARKER, John H., 727 Parker Memorial Hosptital, 250 PARKS, Edgar A., 1629 PARKS, Theron B., 2030 PARKS, Mrs., T. B., 2030 PARRISH, Edward E., 948
PARRISH, John E., 949 PARSONS, E., O., 801 PARSONS, Henry R., 798 PARSONS, William, 2069 PATRICK, Wiley J., Jr., 1073 PATRICK, The Rev. W. J., 89
Patriot, Columbia, 35 PATTON, Francis W., 1458 PATTON, L. E., 1808 PATTON, Robert L., 1709 PAYNE, John W., 1892 PAYNE, Pharis K., 880
PAYNE, R. J., 1892 PAYNE, Robert W., 1750 PAYNE, William, 1891 PEARSON, W. B., 1859 PEELER, John A., 1860 PEELER, William H., 1911
PEERS, Charles E., 680 PEMBERTON, William J., 1793 Pendleton, 676 PENIX, James J., 793 Periodicals, Baptist, 96 PERSHING, Gen. John J., 417
Persia, 234 Perry, 536 PETERMAN, Elias, 1376 Petersburg, 235 PETTIBONE, Rufus, 534 PETTINGILL, Newland M., 1280
PETIT, Alfred, 1224 PEW, James W., 1105 PHELAN, The Rev. D. S., 98 PHELPS, John S., 165 PHILLIPS, Joseph J. 1212 PIERCE, Don, 1083
Pike County, 1, 3, 8, 74, 85, 89, 100, 108   history of, 507   Garden of Eden, 507   older than its mother, 508   sources of history, 509   beginnings, 509
  not the home of indians, 510   first white settler, 511   early settlers, 511   trouble with the Indians, 512   Revolutionary soldiers, 515   records of a pioneer merchant, 516
  court proceedings, 518   court and school, 518   life and customs, 519   churches, 521   laying out of towns, 521 PIKE, Gen. Zebulon M., 8, 508
Pike's Peak, 8 PILE, John S. 1108 PILE, Oscar F., 1236 PILE, Schuyler W., 848 PILE, Thomas M., 1235 Pinckney, 499
Pioneer life, 6, 7, 8, 13, 16, 30, 148, 202, 293   313, 349, 361, 380, 395, 407, 420, 422, 508,   519, 525, 538, 539, 593, 620, 622, 648, 661 Pioneer women, 30 PITMAN, John, 566, 587 PITT, James D., 1581
Pitts, 676 PLAINS, William C., 1759 Platte, purchase 154 PLATTER, A. Edson, 978 POINDEXTER, Col, J. A., 62 Point, The, 316
Political institutions, 17 Politics, early, 153 POLLARD, Braxton, 486 POLLARD, Robert L., 822 POLLOCK, Anna E. D., 1445 POLLOCK, Ira O., 1518
POLLOCK, Perry C., 1447 POLLOCK, William, 1284 POLLOCK, William L., 1820 Pondfort, 559 POOL, Charles O., 1625 POPE, Gen John, 53, 57, 58
Population, Growth of, 47 Population, increase of 155 PORTER, Addison P., 1173 PORTER, Colonel Joseph, 59, 62, 63, 68, 175, 366, 487 PORTER, E. S., 1977 PORTER, Edward W., 1173
PORTER, George T., 790 PORTER, J. B., 1671 Portland, 295 Postmasters, pioneer, 20 Post Roads, 79 POTTS, Willard, 929
POWERS, Theron B., 1710 Powersville, 530 PRATT, Albert B., 897 PRATT, Arthur L., 406, 1025 Preachers, Pioneer, 16, 17 Presbyterians, History of, 120
PRESTON, J. S., 1368 PREWITT, Moss, 281, 282 PREWITT, William C., 1532 PRICE, Sterling, 11, 47, 53, 54, 55, 58, 68, 1537 PRIEST, Henry J., 1401 PRITCHETT, Claude P., 1616
Pritchett College, 335 Proclamation admitting Missouri to the Union, 170 PROCTOR, David M., 1894 PROCTOR, James M., 1902 PROCTOR, Thomas, 1873 PROSSER, Paul P., 2003
PROUGH, Sherman L., 712 PROVINES, John G., 297 PULIS, Stephen A. 939 Purdin, 412 PURNELL, Joseph B., 1150 Putnam County, 1, 75, 86, 89, 104
  history of, 523   physical features, 523   population, 523   first settlers, 523   pioneer life, 525   county court, 526
  circuit court, 526   civil war, 527   politics, 528   railroads and schools, 529   churches, 529   towns, 529
Putnam County Militia, 528 Putnamville, 526


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Quantrelle, 50, 65, 66 QUARLES, Dr. James A., 124 QUARLES, John A., 478 Queen City, 604 Quilting parties, 423 QUINN, Francis H., 1999
QUINN, Marion G., 751 QUINN, Pierce S. 1552


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Race degeneration, No., 21 RAGLAND, William T., 1909 Railroads, 21, 50, 84, 85, 159, 182, 275, 301, 303, 352, 339, 367, 387, 410, 421, 433, 454, 481, 506, 527, 529, 535, 547, 614, 631. 653 RAINE, Cyrus O., 834
RALEIGH, Richard J., 1223 RALEIGH, Thomas E., 1289 Ralls County, 1, 5, 75, 84, 86, 89, 98, 108   history of, 531   American settlers, 531   Indian Troubles, 531
  organization, 532   Daniel Ralls, 533   first county and circuit courts, 533   first officers, 534   railroads, 535   topography, 535
  resources, 535   schools, 535   towns, 536   statistical, 536 RALLS, Daniel, 532, 533 Randolph, 538
Randolph County, 1, 75, 86, 90, 103, 109   history of, 537   location and topography, 537   organization, 537   first white men, 538   the firsts, 539
  during war times, 543   cholera, 545   search for gold, 545   churches and schools, 545   finances and railroads, 546   roads, 548
  agriculture and mining, 549   cities and towns, 550 RANDOLPH, John, 15 RATLIFF, Louis, 1651 RAVENEL, Samuel W., 69, 1075 Read Hall, 38
READING, James L., 1366 REBO, F. A. S., 885 REBO, J. D., 890 REDD, John T., 1371 REDMAN, Rev. William W., 501 REEVES, Charles W., 1802
REID, James H., 1206 Rensselaer Academy, 126, 535 Reorganization, Financial, 167 Revolutionary soldiers, 515 Rex McDonald, 194 REYNOLDS, Thomas, 23
Rhineland, 503 RICE, Charles, 1799 RICH, Mrs. M. A., 1354 RICH, Samuel S., 1353 RICHARD, Thomas, 1334 RICHARDS, Thomas C., 1469
RICKETTS, John T., 1347 RIDDICK, Thomas F., 4 RIDDLE, Charles F., 1498 RIDGEWAY, Walter, 1753 RIGGS, Turner S., 864 RILEY, Thomas, 1489
RINGER, Rufus M., 1246 RETZENTHALER, Joseph, 1941 Riverside Scripture Institute, 96 Riverways and Roadways, 69 Roadways, 76 Roanoke, 357
ROBARDS, A. S., 22, 24 ROBARDS, John L., 13, 24, 1392 RoBard's Mill, 22 ROBARDS, William A., 23 ROBBINS, William O., 1093 ROBERTS, B. L., 2039
ROBERTS, L. P., 606 ROBERTS, Lee P., 1005 ROBERTSON, Bishop C. F., 113 ROBERTSON, George, 184, 1027 ROBERTSON, J. B., 2010 ROBERTSON, J. W., 1910
ROBERTSON, William M., 1806 ROBERTSON, The Rev. W. W., 300 ROBEY, John D., 1898 ROBINSON, Addison L., 1355 ROBINSON, John, 1728 ROBINSON, Matilda, 1728
ROBINSON, William H., 865 ROBINSON, Willis F., 1009 ROBINETT, Pleasant H., 857 ROBINETT, Thomas, 1486 ROBYN, Ernest, 915 Rocheport, 233
RODEN, Thomas F., 1056 RODEN, William R., 1172 RODGERS, Capt. Charles B., 295 RODGERS, Robert D., 1477 RODGERS, Rueben B., 1010 ROCHRIG, Emil, 681, 1197
ROGERS, Julius F., 1605 ROLAND, Sevilla Iulow, 31 Rollins Aid Fund, 256 ROLLINS, C. B., 1174 ROLLINS, James S, 11, 156, 1174 ROOSEVELT, Theodore, 169
ROSS, Charles A., 1290 ROSS, James E., 1805 Rothville, 332 ROTHWELL, Fountain, 1479 ROTHWELL, G. F., 537 ROTHWELL, Gideon F., 1926
ROTHWELL, Wade H., 1655 ROUNER, David A. 1030 ROUSE, Harry S. 825 ROWLAND, Joshua T. 1698 ROWLAND, William 931 ROWLAND, William P., 932
ROWLEY, Robert R., 1097 ROWLEY, William J., 695 ROY, S. J., 2102 RUBEY, Web. M., 441 RUCKER, William H., 1202 RUCKER, William W., 2061
RUFFIN, Lemon H., 1387 RULE, Edward B., 1092 RULE, John W., 1244 Rush Hill, 229 RUTHERFORD, Hayden L., 1602 RUTHERFORD, William T., 859
Rutledge, 612 RYLAND, John F., 543


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