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Clark County, Missouri
Posted Queries for January 1999





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BROTHERTON, MC NALLY posted by Katherine Rutledge on Friday, January 1, 1999

I am searching for relatives of grandfather R. W. (Roland or Bill) and Golda (BROTHERTON) Mc_NALLY in Clark County.  Contact Katherine Urban Rutledge, Waynoka, OK

DALTON posted by Noreen Armerding on Saturday, January 2, 1999

Looking for info on Elmer DALTON; born Oct.1884. Wife is Amy (??) DALTON, b. 1887. Children are Lester, Mildred, Ethel. I believe Elmer's father is Jonathan DALTON, born 1837, TN. Noreen Armerding

JOHNSON, NEWCOMBE, WALKER, WHITE posted by Robert S. Gaw on Thursday, January 7, 1999

Looking for information on ancestors from Clark county. Jesse WALKER : died in the civil war of the measles. Native American ancestry. Married to Susan WHITE. One of their children was William Henry WALKER born around 1861. He married Ethel JOHNSON after 1900. May not have been his first marriage. She was the daughter of Thomas Jefferson JOHNSON and Anna Louise NEWCOMBE. Would appreciate any information. Thank you. Steve Gaw

CAIN, GREEN, HIATT posted by Grant Stephens on Saturday, January 9, 1999

I am doing research on my Great Grandfather, Solomon CAIN and my Great Great Grandparents, John G. CAIN and Nancy (GREEN) CAIN who resided in Clark County, Missouri beginning around the 1870's. They resided in the Fairmont and Wyaconda area. Solomon CAIN owned and operated a lumber business in Wyaconda from beginning around 1891. Solomon CAIN passed away in 1929 and is buried in the Wyaconda Cemetery. I believe John CAIN passed away in 1895, but have no records of where he may be buried. Solomon had three children: William Hyce CAIN, Ary Belle (HIATT) CAIN and Lulu D. CAIN. Any information you may have pertaining to the CAIN family would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Grant C Stephens

BOWEN posted by Elnora Bowen on Sunday, January 10, 1999

I am looking for Robert BOWEN, born about 1884-5, parents names, siblings, any relative of his. His marriage certificate states he was from Lewis Co. in 1906 when married to Mary (Maria) E Lowe in Shelby Co. He had a son, Munnell, born in 1908, divorced Mary in 1910 and hasn't been heard of since. A look-up of Lewis Co. emailed today saying that there were none in Lewis but went to Clark Co. and found one born in 1884 and died in 1956 at Kahoka, MO. He is my husband's grandfather and there are 7 more grandchildren. Everyone would like to know about the mystery of the disappearing grandfather of MO he was born in MO.  Any help will be appreciated. Thank you . Elnora Bowen SWTEB@aol.com

GALLUP, LEACH posted by Richard Lyons on Sunday, January 10, 1999

My GALLUP clan apparently migrated from Southern Ohio to Keokuk, MO sometime shortly after 1846 based on a Will from Brown County, OH. The family consisted of Katherine (LEACH) GALLUP born 06 Aug 1802 and sons: Francis, DeWitt, Louis, William, George and Clinton. I am interested in whether any of these family members remained in Clark Co., MO or continued to move West. Rick Lyons

BLATNER, BLATTNER, MILLER, SCHRADER, WHITEHEAD posted by C. R. Holmes on Saturday, January 16, 1999

Interested in any information regarding the family / descendants of Henry and Laura (MILLER) BLATNER/BLATTNER who settled in Wyaconda township during or after the Civil War. Henry died in 1895 and Laura in 1901 in Wyaconda. Children include: William H. b.1842-d.1909), Caroline b.1848 (m. James WHITEHEAD), Laura b.1852 (m. ? SCHRADER), Elizabeth b.1855, George F. b.1857, Albert b.1859-d.before1910, John b.1861, Emma b.1869, and Maggie (Margaret) b.1873. Willing to share my data on this family.

BOATMAN, FORBES posted by Joyce Wilson on Sunday, January 17, 1999

I am looking for information on Frank FORBES b. about 1850 . and Carolyn FORBES and Hiram BOATMAN married in Clark Co. Mo. in 1851. Any information would help Joyce

WALKER posted by Mrs M WALKER on Monday, January 18, 1999

I am looking for any info on the following WALKER family that lived and some were buried in Clark county, Peaksville and Kahoka Missouri: Harry WALKER - b. approx 1900-1925? d. in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. approx. 1946 John Charles Freemont WALKER b. 1858 died 1944. His tomb stone says John C. WALKER. And is located in Kahoka or Peaksville. Married to Amanda Wade WALKER b. 1852 d. 1935 same towns, Peaksville or Kahoka. Harry WALKER married Hazel Irene WALKER children: Dean dec'd Gene dec'd Lucille dec'd unknow baby walker buried in the backyard in Missouri Clyde e Annie Doris Allen Any info is helpful. Sincerely, Babejem@aol.com Mrs. Walker

CRAIG, JOHNSON posted by Don Smith on Tuesday, January 26, 1999

Looking for any info Isaac JOHNSON b. May 1837 Lewis Co, KY lived in Clark Co about 1861-1870. m Marila CRAIG, children born Clark Co, Mary T 1861; Elmer Wilson 1865; Salem 1867 Don Smith


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