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New Madrid County, Missouri
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    Name: Hall, Harvey <AHudson496@aol.com>
    Date: 2001-10-23
    Surnames Hall , Wooley
    Comments:
    Harvey Hall b.1879 d.1915
    Vina Ellen Wooley Loeschner Hall b.1878 d.1910

    These are my grandparents, they are buried in a small cemetary in Matthews Missouri, supposedly now privately owned. Harvey also had a brother named Christopher Hall buried in the same cemetary. I still do not know the name of this cemetary. Any help greatly appreciated!

     

    Name: Marie Miley-Russell <mariemileyrussell@prodigy.net>
    Date: 2001-10-19
    Surnames MILEY
    Comments:
    Roscoe area, about 1920.
     

    Name: Janet Westmorland <jnjwest@tablerock.net>
    Date: 2001-10-19
    Surnames WESTMORELAND, ROBERTS, WHITE
    Comments:
    Searching for any information on any Westmoreland's, Roberts, White's in the New Madrid-Portageville-Sykeston area.
     

    Name: Stephanie Ward <chichioneil@aol.com>
    Date: 2001-10-19
    Surnames DAVIDSON, BURTON, BREVARD, EWING
    Comments:
    Need info on George Madison Davidson grandson of Gen. William Lee Davidson of NC (birth, marriage, death, names of children and wife)
     

    Name: Brenda Manion <Azbrenda@aol.com>
    Date: 2001-10-18
    Surnames PEREDOE, PERIDO, PERRIYDO, ETC.
    Comments:
    I am researching my second cousin's PEREDOE family.

    In 1880 there was an Antwine Perriydo (Antoine Peredoe)age 60 in the East township of New Madrid County. He has a son named Joseph who is 10 years old. I believe these are my cousin's ancestors. I don't know who Joseph's mother was, as there is no wife in the 1880 census. In 1870 census of Ste. Genevieve County, Punjab township, there is Antoine PERIDEAU age 50, who I believe is the same person. I think his wife is the female Sarah, but her age is not legible.

    There is also a Joseph PERODEAU JR. and SR. in the book THE SPANISH REGIME IN MISSOURI. This "census" was done on April 30, 1791 and indicates that the family came from Post Vincennes (now Indiana). I do not know how or if this family is connected to my cousin's, but I bet they are.

    Is anyone working on this surname? Please help! Thanks!

     

    Name: Dawna Martin <dawna@ecybermind.net>
    Date: 2001-10-17
    Surnames EUBANKS, HORN, CROWELL, JONES, STEGALL
    Comments:
    Researching the following families:
    EUBANKS, HORN, CROWELL, JONES, STEGALL

     

    Name: David Phillips <dphill3236@yahoo.com>
    Date: 2001-10-15
    Surnames PHILLIPS
    Comments:
    Nathan Phillips, age 40, born NC. (there is a ditto mark from the NC above him)Vilet Phillips, age 40, born Tenn.
    Jesse J. Phillips, age 13, b. Tenn.
    Flemming Phillips, age 11, b. Tenn.
    William Phillips, age 8, b. Tenn.
    Cebern W. or N. Phillips, age 6, b. Tenn.
    Christopher Phillips, age 2, b. Tenn.
    Household #555, no district listed, 10 Sept. 1850.
    I have been told that Chirstoper and his family once lived in New Madrid County, Missouri. Haven't found them yet, but looking.

     

    Name: Mary Sue Shy Anton <Manton8470@aol.com>
    Date: 2001-10-15
    Surnames ST VRAIN, LESIEUR, DE LASSUS
    Comments:
    Interested in contacting someone who knows if there is any connection between the brothers Ceran de Hault de Lassus de St. Vrain and Charles de Lassus de Luziere, commandant of New Madrid, Missouri, and later lieutenant governor of Upper Louisiana, with an Emma St. Vrain who married into the LeSieur family of New Madrid County, Missouri in June 1846. There are also descendants of Emma with the given name of St. Vrain. Thanks for any help.
     

    Name: Mary Sue Shy Anton <Manton8470@aol.com>
    Date: 2001-10-15
    Surnames ST VRAIN, LESIEUR, DE LASSUS
    Comments:
    Interested in contacting someone who knows if there is any connection between the brothers Ceran de Hault de Lassus de St. Vrain and Charles de Lassus de Luziere, commandant of New Madrid, Missouri, and later lieutenant governor of Upper Louisiana, with an Emma St. Vrain who married into the LeSieur family of New Madrid County, Missouri in June 1846. There are also descendants of Emma with the given name of St. Vrain. Thanks for any help.
     

    Name: Shirley McMahon Garrett <scmg35@bootheel.net>
    Date: 2001-10-11
    Surnames MERRITT
    Comments:
    I'm looking for information for the James T. "Jim" MERRITT family. He was born 25 Mar 1876 (place unk) died 21 Oct 1961 in Rector, Clay Co., AR and is buried at Woodland Heights Cem., Rector, AR. Where was he born and who are his parents? He married Margaret "Maggie" UNK.
    I need her maiden name, birthdate, birthplace and death date and her parents names. She is buried in Mary's Chapel Cem., Clay Co., AR (no stone).
    I'm looking for the marriage date of this couple. They had 4 daughters, Ora, Addie B., Mary Myrtle, Ethel Marie Merritt. Willing to share information.


     

    Name: Donna Herring Eades <mdeades@magnolia-net.com>
    Date: 2001-10-10
    Surnames COLEMAN/NORMAN
    Comments:
    I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON MY GRANDPARENTS, CLAY W. COLEMAN B 1893 AND FLOY NORMAN COLEMAN B 1895. THEY LIVED IN THE NEW MADRID AREA SOMEWHERE AROUND 1893-1900.

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL YOUR WORK ON THIS WEB-SITE.

    GOD BLESS AND GOOD SEARCHING
    DONNA

     

    Name: Glen Rubottom <rubottom@montana.com>
    Date: 2001-10-07
    Surnames RUBOTTOM
    Comments:
    My Grandfather Ira Monroe Rubottom was buried in 1989 In Lilbourn. I am looking for information about when he came to New Madrid Co., and any information related to his time in Lilbourn.
    Thanks, Glen Rubottom
    Helena Montana

     

    Name: Don E. Wright <dewright1@mindspring.com>
    Date: 2001-10-07
    Surnames TEST
    Comments:
    This is a Query and Surnames for New Madrid Co
     





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