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Posted Queries for June thru July 1999


MINOR, SHERMAN posted by Earl Thompson on Saturday, June 26, 1999

Looking for Benjamin Franklin SHERMAN & Sarah Lucinda (MINOR) SHERMAN married in Hardin, Ray Co., MO on 16 Oct 1872. Benjamin F. SHERMAN born in IN/IL on 25 Dec 1849 and Sarah (MINOR) SHERMAN born in TN on 25 Sep 1851. They were living in Clark Co.,MO during 1874, but had moved across the river to Hickory Grove, Adams Co.IL when their first child Charles B. SHERMAN was born on 11 Feb 1875. Earl

MILLER, MOORE, WILSON posted by unknown on Sunday, June 27, 1999

Searching for info on John E. MOORE of Marysville, Mo. John E. MOORE was a minister in Marysville. He was married to Anna E. (MILLER). He died on 12/5/1875. Woudl like to know if anyone has additional information of them. Know of 1 daughter named Myrtle (MOORE) WILSON.

HAMMOND posted by Holly Sprise Kobza on Thursday, July 8, 1999

George HAMMOND supposedly taught school in Clark County somewhere between 1850-1862, possibly in Jefferson. Thank you. Holly Sprise Kobza

CATON, MYERS, WRIGHT posted by Shara Forrister on Friday, July 9, 1999

I am looking for information on Thomas MYERS b. 29 Apr 1805 in Ohio Co., KY. His second marriage was to Susan CATON in 1843 in Nevada, MO. This may also have been her second marriage, as we've seen WRIGHT in her name as well, though we don't know for certain. Any assistance possible would be appreciated. Shara Forrister 

DELANEY, TIGUE posted by Christine Cuenin on Monday, July 19, 1999

Patrick DELANEY born in Queens co. Ireland 1837 lived in Alexandria township in 1860 with his wife Bridget (TIGUE) DELANEY and their baby daughter Mary. This all the information I have can anyone fill in the blanks? Christine

HILL, MC COY, PARSONS, STATEN posted by Gerrie Giddens on Wednesday, July 21, 1999

I would like information on Hester Jane STATEN b. 1837 unknown where or names of parents; d. 10 Apr 1865. She is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, which I believe is in Kahoka or Wayland, Clark County, MO. She married Valentine F. HILL sometime around 1855. Their children, all born in Clark Co., MO. were: Richard D. HILL b. 16 Mar 1856, d. 3 months later; Thomas F. HILL b. 14, Mar 1857 (married Frances A. PARSONS); Kitty HILL, b. 12 Feb 1859 (married M. S. MC_COY); and George F. HILL, b. 5 Feb 1861, d. at age 2 yrs. Thank you, Gerrie Giddens

MINKS posted by Rebeca White on Thursday, July 22, 1999

Clevland MINKS, lived in St. Clair County or Clark County in the 1930-40.

LEWIS, MC COY posted by Nancy Corman on Friday, July 30, 1999

I am searching for an obituary and/or biography of Joseph Mc_COY, the first treasurer of Clark County. He and his wife Mary Ann (LEWIS) came to St. Louis in 1816. They moved to Clark County, buying 360 acres in the late 1830s. He was buried on the family compound in Dec. 1870. Thanks, Nancy

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