Death Notices From Callaway Newspapers
The Telegraph and The Missouri Telegraph
Tuttle Died in California near the Nevada Mountains, Thomas D. Tuttle, formerly of this county. Jan. 3, 1851 4/2
Buckner Died on the evening of the 14th instant, 8 miles below Portland, on his return from California, William C. Buckner, son of Col. R. R. Buckner of this county, in the 19th years of his age. Feb. 28, 1851 3/2
Sheets -In this county on Sunday night the 23rd instant, Franklin Sheets aged 20 years, son of Benjamin Sheets, Esq. Feb. 28, 1851 3/2
Maddox Died at the residence of his mother, 7 miles north of Fulton, on the night of the 21st inst., Mr. Uriah Maddox in the 30th year of his age --. Feb. 28, 1851 3/2
Boggess Died at his residence, ten miles from Fulton on the 14th of Feb., 1851, Mathew Boggess, aged 36 years. He leaves a wife and three children --. Mar. 7, 1851 4/2
Bennett Died on the 18th inst., at the residence of his son Elijah T. Bennett of this county, Mr. Joseph Bennett, in the 84th year of his age--. Mar. 28, 1851 3/2
Dejarnett -In Audrain County, on the 24th inst., three weeks after his return from California, Mr. Joseph Dejarnett, in the 36th year of his age. Mar. 28, 1851 3/2
Riley Died, near Sacramento City, Calif., on the first of Feb., 1851, Benjamin S. Riley, son of Mr. Samuel Riley of this county. Apr. 18, 1851 4/3
Basket Departed this life, Apr., 12th, 1851, Mrs. Polly consort of James Basket, in her 52nd year. She has left a found husband and six children to mourn her loss.
Apr. 18, 1851 4/3
Scholl -In this county, on Monday night last, Mrs. S. Scholl, wife of John Scholl.
Apr. 25, 1851 3/2
Snell In Monroe County on the 16th inst., ____Snell, an old and respected citizen of that county. Apr. 25, 1851 3/2
Stephens In this county, at the residence of her father, Elder Thomas P. Stephens, on Friday, the 25th day of April 1851, Miss Mariah Hall Stephens, aged 19 years. The decease was a victim of that fell destroyer of the human life, consumption.
May 2, 1851 4/3
Steele In this county, on Wednesday night last, Mrs. _____Steele, wife of Saml Steele. May 9, 1851 3 /4
Hockaday In Independence on Sunday, April 20th, Sarah H., infant daughter of Isaac and Susan C. Hockaday, aged 11 months. May 8, 1852 3 /4
Bedsworth In this county on Wed., Apr., 17th, 1851, Noah Bedsworth, aged about 50 years.
May 9, 1851 3 /4
Miller Died in Portland, Mo., on the evening of the 9th inst., -- of inflammation of the brain, Sarah Preston, only daughter of Richard S. and Mary J. Miller, aged seven months and three days. May 16, 1851 4/3
Salmon In Audrain County, on the 11th inst., William S. Salmon, aged three years and 16 days. May 16, 1851
Dejarnett Died at his residence in Audrain County, Mo., on the 24th of May 1851, Dr. Henry W. Dejarnett, Sen., in the 60th year of his age. He was a native of Pittsylvania County, Virginia. May 16. (7) 1851 4/3
Jameson On the 7th of April, at her residence on the Grand Prairie, Mrs. Margaret, consort of Thomas Jameson, of typhoid fever, aged 25 years. Apr. 16, 1852 4/1
Scott On Monday evening, Feb. 21, 1852, at his residence in this county, Mathew Scott, of typhoid fever, aged 29 years and one month. He has left a wife and three small children. April 16, 1852 4/2
Scott On Friday Feb. 27th (?) 1852, at the residence of his father in this county, Milton P. Scott, of typhoid fever, aged 20 years and 9 months. At the same place on Sunday, Feb. 29th, 1852, George L. Scott, of typhoid fever, aged 22 years, 2 months and 17 days. Apr. 16, 1852 4/2
Scott At the residence of Temple Wayne, in Audrain county, Mo., on Tuesday March
Wayne 16, 1852, David G. Scott, of typhoid fever, aged 24 years and 8 months. Apr. 16, 1852 4/2
Bruffey At Boonville, Sunday morning, on the 11th inst., from the effects of cancer, Mrs.
Cook Bruffey, widow of the late James Bruffey and mother-in-law to Mr. W. H. Cook of this place, aged 65 years. Apr. 16, 1852
Ford In this place on the 26th after a short, but severe illness, Daniel Nolley, only son of D. and M. Ford, aged 4 months and 20 days. Apr. 30, 1852 3/2
Dunham In this county on Monday last, Mrs. Semira, wife of George Dunham, and
Steele daughter of Samuel Steele, aged 21 years. Apr. 30, 1852 3/2
West Died at his residence in Callaway County, Missouri on the evening of the 25th of April, Maj. Thomas West, in the sixty-fifth year of his age. member of Presbyterian church of Millersburg. May 7, 1852 4/2
Handy Departed this life in Snow Hill, Maryland, March 26th, 1852, Col. Charles N. Handy, of this State, in the 32nd year of his age. May 7, 1852 4/2
Boggs -On the 30th of April, of erysipelas, Mrs. Boggs, wife of Robert W. Boggs, near Fayette, Howard county, Missouri. May 7, 1852 4/2
Martin -Departed this life on the 15th of March 1852, at the residence of her son Dr. J. W. Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth Martin, in the 52nd year of her life. May 7, 1852 4/2
Allen On the 30th ult., at the residence of her son, Dr. A. Allen, in New Bloomfield, in this county, Mrs. Alice Allen. The deceased had numbered more than three scores and ten, -- June 25, 1852 6/2
Browning At her residence in Platte County, Mo., on the 16th day of May 1852, Maria J. Browning, wife of Reuben Browning, Esq., in the 61st year of her age of pleure-pneumonia of ten days duration. June 25, 1852 6/2
Bradley Died on the 12th inst., in this county, Thomas Bradley, aged about 72 years. Feb. 17, 1854 3/6
Clare At his residence in Cote Sans Dessein, Mo., Feb. 17th, Col. Isaac S. Clare, in his 57th year, after an illness of 11 days. St. Louis Republican and Philadelphia papers please copy. Feb. 24, 1854 3/6
McClanehan Died in Independence, Mo., on Tuesday morning, the 14th inst., Lizzie, infant daughter of Porter and Sarah A. McClanehan, aged one month and nine days. Feb. 24, 1854 3/6
Anderson - On the 19th inst., at the residence of her father, Miss Sarah Anderson, daughter of Capt. James C. Anderson of this county. Feb. 24, 1854 3/6
Kelso Died at the residence of her father, E. B. Sitton on the 23rd ult., Mrs. Mary B.
Sitton Kelso, wife of Isaac S. Kelso, who died recently in California, - his death which occurred in California, Dec. 17th, 1853. Mar. 3, 1854
Northcutt Died In Boone County, on the 25th ult., after a short illness, John E. Northcutt,
Williams aged 24 years. Mrs. Northcutt sister of Mrs. Williams of this place.
Mar. 10, 1854 3/7
Turley Died in Audrain County, on Friday last, Mr. George W. Turley, a highly respected citizen of that county. Oct. 13, 1854 3/6