Looking for place of burial of James Wesley Davis died 12-27-1886 near Montivella, MO. James, wife Mary and married sons George and family and William and family moved to Vernon Co., in mid 1880's After James death George and his family and mother Mary returned to Chariton Co., MO where she died 7-14-1889. Where is James buried. Did he have other family in in this asrea?
James M. Watkins & wife Nancy Elizabeth [Corley] Watkins moved from
Illinois to Vernon County, Mo. between 1863 & 1866 and lived out their
lives in Virgil, Vernon County and are buried in Clintonville Cemetery
near ElDorado Springs. James M. Watkins lies in an unmarked grave beside
his wife "Lizzie" as she was called. Three of their small childrn are
also buried in the family plot; Alwinda, Eddie & Elizabeth these
children were all under the age of 2 years when they passed away.
James M. Watkins b.23 Oct 1839 West Virginia, d. 24 Jan 1927 Virgil, Vernon Co, Mo. Nancy Elizabeth Corley Watkins b. 9 May 1841 Kentucky the dau. of Plez Corley d. 11 April 1914, Virgil, Vernon Co. Mo. Their childrn are as follows, in the order of birth: George William b.1861, Reuben Thomas b. 1863, Elisha Morrison b.1866, Sarah Jane b. 1867, James Allen, b. 1870, Susan Catherine b. 1872, Albert Francis b. 1875, Alwinda b. 1878, Eddie b. 1881, Elizabeth b.1882.
I would like to contact any descendants of this family to exchange further information. Elisha Morrison Watkins moved to California with his wife Rachel Troyer Watkins and 8 of their 9 children who were all born in Missouri. This family arrived in California in 1908 and settled in Selma, Fresno County, California
Elisha & Rachel are my grandparents - I am George C. Watkins, 12 Circle Drive, Lovell, Wyoming 82431
I am looking for information on the FOLKS family. The family had 6
brothers, John, Richard, Morgan, Peter, Fred and Lacey. I need information
about their parents(Dad was born in Georgia, Mom in New York). I believe
they moved from Ohio before 1850. About 1850 John(about 15) and
Richard(about 12) ran away from home and went west in a wagon train. Only
John, Richard, and Morgan lived to old age.
Any information on this family would be greatly appreciated.
From approximately 1868 through 1876 my great grandfather, ALEXANDER BELL, and his wife, MARY JANE (DAVES) BELL, and children lived in Moundsville, Vernon Co., MO. ALEXANDER was born in 1836 in Jo Daviess County, IL. MARY JANE (DAVES) BELL was born in Jo Daviess Co. IL in 1846. At least one daughter, Burdie, was born to the family while they lived in Moundsville. It is also possible that my grandmother was born in Moundsville, but that is debatable. The family consisted of: Alexander Bell, b. 1836 Mary J. b. 1846 Franklin b. 1865 Lucy b. 1867 Evalina b. 1869 Laura M. b. 1873 Burdie b. 1876 The family returned to Illinois and took up residence in Henderson Co.
I am looking for any information regarding my GGfather William Henry ALLPRESS and family, who resided in Nevada, Vernon Co., MO about 1880-1885. I am also looking for his daughter Julia (ALLPRESS) ROBERTS who may have moved back to the Nevada area in the 1920's with her husband, Marion ROBERTS, and their two children.
I have information that John GRUMMONS, died in Vernon County Missouri, and is buried in Balltown (Little Osage) Cemetery. He was listed as a Calvary soldier with the 3rd Wisconsin Calvery, Co "A." I have not been able to determine if John died in battle or if he returned there after the war. In Nevada, Missouri, Levi GRUMMONS became the father of Clyde Wesley GRUMMONS, 20 July 1899, Gilbert B. GRUMMONS, of whom I have no date of birth, but he died beneath the wheels of an M. K. & T., freight at Pittsburg, KS January 29-30, 1906. There may also have been an uncle or elder son of Isaac from Nevada, born about 1872, by name of Wesley L. GRUMMONS. Wesley was married to Flora OLIVE b. 30 January 1970 and died 22 December 1901 in Idaho State. These people have become my brickwall. Any information wold be appreciated.
I'm searching for any information on L.B. McCoy who was married to Clara Williams. They had one son Clarence Frederick McCoy. Son went by the name of Fred McCoy,and lived in Schell City. Also looking for information on John William Vaughn and his son, Wesley Marvin Vaughn who was married to Susie Ellen Reynolds.Wesley was born, Sept.3,1881 in St. Clair county. Susie was born January 7, 1886 in St.Clair county also. Please help at a dead end. Renee
I am looking for information on Zachariah Wilson (My
Great-greatgrandfather). He is burried in the Balltown cemetry near Horton
and I assume that he resided in Vernon County for at least part of his
life. He was married to Mary Elizabeth Permenter and they had 7 children.
Any information would be appreciated.
601 N 6th Ave. Yakima, WA, 98902
looking for lafayette brock who was in the civil war. later family was settled in vernon county in nevada. ida mae brock married william dawson who died in 1901. i had his discharge paper but it was lost by movers. my grandmother was ida brock dawson.
I'm researching the PRYOR's, I have quite a bit of information that was passed down
to me from my grandfather...and living in Vernon Co, for the first 20 yrs of my life has
helped. I however still have many gaps. Any info would be appreciated, on the Pryor's
or related families...to include Welch, Bartlett,Quay and any others that you might
have. I would be more than willing to share any info that I have.
Reuben Thomas Watkins and wife Permi Allen Harris lived in Vernon county and Cedar counties. Reuben "Thomas" was know as Tom Watkins or Thomas Watkins. He was the son of James M. Watkins and Nancy Elizabeth [Corley] Watkins. He was born in Illinois in 1863 and moved to Virgil, Vernon Co., Mo. soon after his birth and lived in Mo. the remainder of his life as far as I know. Tom & Permi had children. If you have information on this couple please contact George C. Watkins, 12 Circle Drive, Lovell, Wyoming 82431 or at [email protected] I lots of Watkins information and am willing to share.
I have very sketchy information that my grandmother Mary Baugh and her family resided in Nevada, Vernon Co. Missouri. My grandmother's sister Nellie was born there in 5/20/1885. Parents John and Elizabeth. There were 7 children in the family. I am interested in any clues. Thank you.
I am looking for information on George Cleveland HOPE that married Ella
BAUGH, they had 5 children: Daniel William b. 9-25-1903 in Vernon County,
Mo.; Nellie, George, Leland and Irene which married a DUNN. Any information
would be greatly appreciated.
Kay (Alloway) Shields
1205 So. 32nd St.
Parsons, Kansas 67357-4605
Obit from Joplin Globe, Tuesday March 20,1951--------------- Webb City, Mo.,
March 19--- Mrs Angiline Anna KING, 91 years old, a resident of Webb City 15
years, died at 9:15 o'clock tonight at her home, 310 North Hall street. She
formerly resided at Carthage and was a member of the Christian church at
Carthage. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Odie R. CUNNINGHAM and Mrs. Nora
Mae WARREN, both of Webb City; a son, Bertie E. CLUB of Nevada, Mo.; 10
grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Hedge-Lewis funeral home. This is
my ggrandmother, from her son Bert E. (aka Burt I., and also first & middle
names reversed) CLUBB (misspelled above)b. Nov. 04, 1895 in Carthage, Bert E.'s
father was Bert Marion Clubb. I know nothing more, than what is above,
factually about Angiline. My mother has told me stories that Angiline claimed
to be a seer, able to predict deaths particularly, including her own. If that
was the case, I wish she'd have seen the trouble I would have locating
information on her, and would have left a better trail! ha-ha! Any information
on any of the people listed above would be greatly welcomed!
Piecing Together Pictures of the Past as a Gift to the Future.
I looking for any information about Wickenhagens living in Vernon County between 1880 and 1940. I am particularly interested in any information about a Amos or Emil Wickenhagen who emigrated from Germany to the area by way of Pennsylvania sometime after 1880.
John and Elizabeth Baugh lived in Vernon County MO or at least their daughter Nellie was born there on 5/20/1885. Am seeking any information on the family.
I am looking for information on Evan Lipe who came to Vernon Co. abt 1840 with wife Lucinda. Children born in Vernon Co. include Emily Lipe, abt 1841 Besanda Lipe abt 1847 Elizabeth Lipe abt 1850 Louisa Lipe abt 1854 Sophronia Lipe abt 1855 Jame E. Lipe abt 1857 John Lipe abt 1860 Emily Lipe married John Grimsby and is buried in the Grimsby Cemetery. I am looking for the buriel site of Evan and Lucinda and any information on their children and their descendants. Thanks. ***HAVE A GOOD DAY***
I'm looking for information on James Walter Helm 1836-1918 married Mary B (Patton) Helm 1842-1921 buried in Pankey Cemetery, Linn Co. I was told they came to the US from Germany right before the Civil War. There were 13 children. Three of the children moved to Missouri. I haven't been able to confirm this information yet. They lived in Cedar Co., Missouri. I'm not sure how many children they had. I know they had a son named Jim W. Helm. He married Bertha C. (Jones) Helm. Jim lived in Nevada, Vernon Co., MO. I don't know the exact dates. He lived there until he went into a nursing home at El Dorado Springs, MO. Jim and Bertha are buried in the Stockton Cemetery. They had three children: Elton, Velma (Helm) Vardeman, and James Robert Helm. James married Eula Mae Helm. They moved from El Dorado Springs to Kansas City around 1947. They had two children: Curtis Leon Helm Sr. and Carroll Dean (Helm) Carlton. Curtis had two children. Curtis Leon Helm, Jr. and Rogenia Delayne (Helm) Rhea. Any information you can give me on the Helm's would be greatly appreciated.
I am trying to join the Sons of Confederate Veterans, and while my Howell
ancestor was a Vernon County bushwhacker I have no written evidence, only a
pistol and stories handed down. I understand that the Mayfields were
cousins to the Howells and I was also told that one of the Moores died in
the war, so I am trying to establish a connection through them. Any help
you can give would be appreciated.
Sincerely, John Bailey
P.O.Box 1484 St. Marys, GA 31558
The Amick's that are in Howard County, MO., I know, but don't know if
the E. E. Amick in Nevada, MO. is the same branch. I have a very large
database of Amick's that I am willing to share with anyone searching
that name of branches of this family.
Phillip F Junkins
4869 E Springersville Rd
Brownsville, Indiana 47325-9218
Surnames: HARLAN and COOPER
My grandmother, Helen Margaret COOPER was born in Eldorada Springs, Vernon Cty, MO in 1908. Her parents were John Homer Cooper and Flora Lenore Harlan. I have been told by my great uncle that they were in MO because Flora's parents lived there. I am seeking information on these individuals. Flora's parents were Jacob HARLAN and Sarah ? (possibly FARLOW) John and Flora were married in Iowa, moved to MO and then back to Garner, Hancock Cty, Iowa shortly thereafter, where they owned and operated a boarding house. Any information on Jacob and Sarah Harlan would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I am looking for information on George Cleveland Hope b. in 1883. Also information about Ida Ophelia Kelley and her husband George Cleveland Hope b. ?
Samson and Adah MOSER lived in Badger Twp. west of Bristow from 1908 -1934. At the time of Samson`s death in 1934, Adah`s daughter Donna STEWART and husband unknown Stewart were also living there. I would like to cantact any descendants of this fimily. Samson was my Ggrandfather. He was a member of the Marvin Chapel church. Was that church in Missouri ? He was buried at Spring Hill KS.
Thomas B. Norris and Mary Ellen Dood were married the 6th of Feb 1884 in Vernon Co. Mo. An interested in any DODD and NORRIS info.
His mother was Mary Ann Unknown Wilson siblings: Sephrana b 1855 MO Elizabeth b 1856 MO Crusus A b 1864 MO Mary A b 1866 MOany information would be appreciated.