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Clark County, Missouri
Posted Queries for June 2001


PHILLIPS, WARNER posted by Sandy Head on Sunday, June 3, 2001

The 1850 Clark Co. Census lists Richard D. PHILLIPS, age 65, (b. VA); Mary PHILLIPS, age 61 (b. VA), and Julia PHILLIPS, age 19 (b. KY). Mary & Julia were living with Ephraim WARNER & wife Harriett Phillips WARNER while Richard was living close by with E. F. GREENLEAF and his wife Mary C. (whom I think might have been a Phillips also). Any information would be of help. I am at a brick wall and think Richard & Mary might be my g.g.g.grandparent. SOME INFORMATION:1. E. F. Greenleaf and Mary C. were not listed in the marriage records for the time period 1836 - 1865. Two different Greenleaf family were in Clark County. One family arrived before 1836 and the other 1848, both family are from Maine. I could not find a marriage between Greenleaf and Phillips. 2. Ephraim Warner and Harriett (Phillips) Warner marriage date is listed as Jan. 21, 1841. [page 84] In the book "Clark County, Missouri Marriage Record Vol. 1" by Wilma (Walker) Dunlap & Wilma (Suter) Walker. Harriett is spelled "Harriot". 3. Ephraim Warner and Nancy Gaterall were married on Sept. 16, 1851. [page 84] In the book "Clark County, Missouri Marriage Record Vol. 1" by Wilma (Walker) Dunlap & Wilma (Suter) Walker. 4. B. F. Martin to Julia Philips on Sept. 15, 1854. [page 50] In the book "Clark County, Missouri Marriage Record Vol. 1" by Wilma (Walker) Dunlap & Wilma (Suter) Walker.

CONDUITTE posted by Paul Lubotina on Monday, June 4, 2001

I am trying to locate any biographical information on Adellia CONDUITTE and CONDUITTE family. The only information that I have is a letter dated April, 1891 and posted from Athens, Missouri. Thank You Paul Lubotina

BRYAN, STEWART posted by Mary Lou Finch on Tuesday, June 5, 2001

Looking for Maranda STEWART, born 7 May 1834, possibly in Ohio. She married William W. BRYAN about 1859. His father was Nicholas BRYAN from Van Buren County, Iowa. Maranda and William BRYAN are on the 1860 and 1870 Scotland County, Mo. censuses. On the 1870 census Jane BRYAN is shown living with them and R.E. STEWART and wife Caroline. Has anyone heard of these Stewarts?

CHEWNING posted by Nita Chewing on Friday, June 29, 2001

Thodore CHEWNING ran a Blackstin and Welding shop in Ashton MO. before 1916, I am hoping some one will have a picture of it or any infomation at all they would be willing to share, I am married to his grandson, Theodore Allen CHEWNING. Also I would like to know where I may find Old scool records from Ashton from 1907 to 1916. Looking for records on Austin Raymond CHEWNING the son of The man who had the blacksmith shop. Please contact me by email Nita Chewning FamCker@aol.com

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