SPRING CREEK, SANFORD INMAN FARM,
DENT CO. This was copied from "Ozark Heritage
Dent County Missouri Area Cemeteries & Families"
Vol III 1994 by Ken Fiebelman of Salem, MO. Reprinted
with the permission of Ken Fiebelman on behalf of the
Dent County Historical Society
Submitted by Kathy Welch Heidel
BRESSIE, EAPHRIAM 3/25/1804 4/11/1850,
s/o Irby (b. 10/11/1877) who m.
6/10/1802, Susannah nee Frazier (b. 8/27/1785; Eaphriam
was father of
Martha Rosett Castone (bur. Cedar Grove Cem., mother was
one of his
negro slaves); bro. of Yancy, David (d. 2/22/1862 Civil
War, m. Lucinda
Sullivan), Mary Ann, Polly (m. Josiah Welch, 7/31/1843,
William F. Walter, Anny Denny, Samuel, Emily Byington,
Byington, Elizabeth Willburn & John (lived
Farmington, St. Francois Co.,
d. Civil War, m. Rachel Murphy d/o Joseph Murphy)
settled MO soon after LA Purchase 1803; Eaphriam
owned a large acreage
in Dent Co. & was the largest slave owner in the
area. He also operated
a store & inn at this site on the White River Trail,
2 miles NW of
Salem. The second post office in Dent Co. Montauk (Indian
later owned by the Watkins family (presently by Inman
BRESSIE, YANCY s/o Irby & Susannah nee
Frazier 10/21/1824 NC c1876, m.
Rebecca A., ch.: Kittie (Mrs. John B. Watkins)
BRESSIE REBECCA ADALINE w/o Yancy; b. c1822
d.12/12/1875, home 2 miles
NW of Salem
?BRESSIE, Inf. s/o Joseph D. Dave
& Florence V. nee Pace; parents bur.
Cedar Grove Cem.
?BRESSIE, EUGENIA inf. s/o Joseph D.
Dave: & Florence V.
Coordinator: R. Schmedake
Updated On Tuesday, July 30, 2013
2005 - 2013 by: Dent County, MO. MOGenWeb Coordinator