Cape Girdardeau, Co MO Queries & Surnames
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- CARTER, JACKSON, MCKENNIS, MCKINESS, MCKINNES posted by Judy Lee Watts on Thursday, April 3, 1997
- CARTER / MCKINNES/ MCKENNIS/ MCKINESS/ McKINNIS Seeking information on George L. MCKENNIS b. Dec. 1879 in Williamson County, Illinois. Died ?. Parents were Thomas Hugh MCKENNIS and Josephine CARTER. George L. MCKENNIS is know to be buried in Dexter, Stoddard Co., MO. Would love to find descendants!! Also seeking information on John Campbell CARTER and wife Serena JACKSON CARTER believed to be in Dexter, Stoddard Co., MO during the census year of 1860. Children that may be listed with them in the 1860 census are: James Carroll CARTER, Wade Hampton CARTER, Josephine CARTER and William Jackson CARTER. Thanks!
- CARAKER, HUFSTEDLER, TEAL, TEEL posted by Lori Covert on Friday, April 4, 1997
- HUFSTEDLER, TEAL, TEEL, CARAKER
- BYRD, ROBERTS, STEVENS, WARNER, WELCH posted by Doug Powers on Saturday, April 5, 1997
- Requesting info on the family of William and Winifred WARNER, of Cape Girardeau and Bollinger Counties, Missouri. They are on the 1850 and 1860 Censuses. They had children Wilson, Eppa, Sarah, and Martha, among others. Martha married John M. ROBERTS, the son of Elisha and Clarissa BYRD ROBERTS. John and Martha's daughter, Lorinda Josephine, b. 1865, married Josiah Bartlett WELCH, son of Judge William Morris WELCH or Bollinger County and his wife Keziah Jane STEVENS. Any info will be greatly appreciated.
- BRADER, HOWELL, KING, MARTIN, MASON, MOORE, RHODES posted by Marguerite Mason on Thursday, April 10, 1997
- BRADER MARTIN MASON MOORE RHODES Would like to contact descendants of Bea MARTIN, d/o of Frank BRADER, step-daughter of Minta Catherine, maiden name unknown. Minta had previously been married to John RHODES, and secondly to a Mr. HOWELL. The BRADER family was in Lawrence Co, AR in the early 1900s, but Bea MARTIN was said to have been living in Cape Girardeau County near the town of Cape Girardeau ca 1950s. She had a daughter and might have also had a son. She had a foster sister, Ida May MOORE, who married first a KING, then a MASON. Thanks!
- ELLIS, GROSHON, HANNERS, HENDERSON, HUSTON, SUMNER, WOODS posted by Sherry L. Kyle on Thursday, April 10, 1997
- SUMNER HANNERS HUSTON HENDERSON ELLIS GROSHON WOODS: William SUMNER md Elizabeth HANNERS. They moved back and forth from Cape Girardeau Co., MO and Jackson Co., IL in the period 1850-1880. Need dates/places of birth, marriage, and death. Would also like to know who their parents were. Their children: William R. Sumner b. 1859 md. Eliza HUSTON; Sarah Elizabeth b. 1860 md. (1) Fred HENDERSON and (2) Johnson ELLIS; Francis E. "Frankie" b. 1862 md. Reuben ELLIS; and Matilda b.? md. (1) a GROSHON and (2) a WOODS. Frankie SUMNER ELLIS d. 1948 Cape Girardeau and is buried in Fairmont Cemetery.
- ABEL, WISNER posted by Jerry Reed on Sunday, April 13, 1997
- Seek any information on John ABEL and Margaret WISNER, German imigrants who came to America in 1858. They were married in Appleton, Cape Girardeau County On April 30, 1860.(Info provided by Missouri Archives). Some of their children were born in Missouri, others in Illinois and some in New York State . This family moved to Lewis County in New York State about 1870-72 where they remained. Looking for any infomration on the German settlements and how these people found their way to Missouri. Also, interested to know a little about post Civil War living in the area.
- ADAMS, WILIAMS, WILLIAMS posted by Edward Williams on Friday, April 18, 1997
- My grandfather's name was Silas Ephraim Becket WILIAMS. He had a brother named Robert Madison WILLIAMS. He also had three sisters, named Ester, Sallie, and Kate. Their father's name was Thomas Becket WILLIAMS. Thomas WILLIAMS had a brother named Falkland Hubert WILLIAMS. Thomas and Falkland WILLIAMS father's name was Silas WILLIAMS, and he was married to Nancy (ADAMS) WILLIAMS. My greatgrandfather Thomas Becket WILLIAMS was apparently a schoolteacher in Benton, Illinois. While he was in Benton, Illinois he joined the General John A. Logan Regiment and fought in the Union Army. His brother Falkland had also fought in the Civil but apparently fought on the Confederate side. After the Civil war ended Thomas Becket Williams became either a deputy sheriff or Sheriff of Jefferson County or a nearby county. The entire Williams family originally left from South Carolina in about 1803. Any information to confirm the above would be appreciated.
- HICKS, RAY posted by David Smith on Friday, April 25, 1997
- I am searching for info on James Riley RAY. The only info I have is that he is in the 1850 census for Jackson. He is supposed to have been a Sheriff in the Springfield area at some point. He is Gggrandfather. He was married to A Emma Retta HICKS, and had a daughter named Ida RAY. Any and all information would be greatly appreciated.
- CRENSHAW, LINDSEY posted by Norma J. Ottman on Friday, April 25, 1997
- I am looking for any information on Matilda Gertrude LINDSEY b 08/29/1879 Cape Girardeau, MO Father Jim LINDSEY b Germany Mother Neva CRENSHAW
- EVANS, PAYNE posted by Cynthia Bessette on Friday, April 25, 1997
- EVANS PAYNE: John EVANS 3rd wife, Harriet PAYNE married around 1834 near Cape Girardeau, Mo. had at least two children: Amelia EVANS, April 15, 1838, New Hamburg Mo. and Wilson Brown EVANS, October 29, 1835, Sikeston, Scott, MO.
- KOMPASSE, MEIBAUM posted by Walter Meibaum on Saturday, April 26, 1997
- Looking for Mary Ann KOMPASSE marriage date, Circa 1868 or 69. Looking for kitchen cabinet making business under the name of LeRoi or similar spelling. Cabinet factory was two story building in town. looking for Birthdate of Ernst Herman MEIBAUM 1870 in Cape Girardeau, Mo.
- KOMPASSE, MEIBAUM posted by Walt Meibaum on Saturday, April 26, 1997
- Looking for marriage date of Mary Ann KOMPASSE to Ernst MEIBAUM in 1868 or 1869. Looking for birthdate of Ernst Herman MEIBAUM circa 1870. Also looking for data on kitchen cabinet making business operated by Meibaum and LeRoi ( may be incorrect spelling) in the 1870 period.
- CRADER, NISWONGER, PEED, ROBERTS posted by Gail BICE on Saturday, April 26, 1997
- ROBERTS PEED direct lines. NISWONGER CRADER/collateral lines. Bollinger and Cape Girardeau Counties, Missouri
- VAUGHN posted by Jon Musgrave on Sunday, April 27, 1997
- I am looking for more information concerning William Henry VAUGHN, Sr., who lived in Cape Girardeau Co, Missouri at least in 1842. He died in 1843. He was in Pope County, Illinois, at Golconda and Bay City with a store boat and a tavern. He may have had the same in Cape Girardeau County. I just found out he had Missouri connections.
- AUGUST, ENGLISH, LANPHER, RHODES, SCHOLZ, SIMMONS, TURNER posted by Jackie Zander Perantoni on Tuesday, April 29, 1997
- Seeking descendants of George Washington RHODES and Martha TURNER m. 1831 in NC and moved to Cape G. Co. At least 3 kids: 1. Robert RHODES (died after 1914) 2. Washington Marion RHODES. b. 26 Aug 1832 in NC and died 3 May 1914 on his farm near Whitewater. m. Diana L. Mary ?? Children = Joliane, Charles W., Laura E., Ada V. (m. Thomas Ervin) and Margaret P. (m. James SIMMONS) m. Ellen Ann Hilton 24 Sep 1868 in Bollinger Co, MO b. 20 Dec 1840 in VA and d. 10 Jan 1916 in Scott Co. Children = John, George M. (m. Edith SCHOLZ), Rozella (m. Barney AUGUST), James W., Sarah I. (m. Joe ENGLISH) and Etta Jane (m. Buell LANPHER). 3. William Pinkney RHODES ("Pink") b. 20 Mar 1848 and d. 6 Feb 1926 in Whitewater. m. Mary Ellen Griffith 1 Jan 1871 in Cape G. Co. Several kids including: Charlie, Alice & Edna