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Scott, Co Missouri Queries & Surnames


Name: irma wertz <vixengranny03@redbird.net>
Date: 2005-08-22
Surnames:(in capital letters only) TURNER
Comments:
I am searching for a photo of Nathan Turner, my ggrandfather. He was the first caretaker of the Union Park Cemetary in Chaffee, Mo. my hometown. He married Lucinda Bynum and she is buried in Morley, Mo. I would also like to know the location of her grave in Morley . Can anyone help me?

Thanks
Irma Wertz from Ohio

 

Name: Scott Rimell <srimell@chartercom.com>
Date: 2005-07-14
Surnames:(in capital letters only) CRAVEN / CRAVENS
Comments:
Looking for any information linking Jesse Jeremiah CRAVENS to Scott County, where he supposedly died in 1830. Jesse was born in Rockingham County, Virginia about 1762, but lived in Christian County, Kentucky and Ohio County, Kentucky through 1800. He was married to Margret Harrison by 1781 and then Ann McClure by 1789.

Any information on this would be appreciated!

 

Name: CAROL WALLACE <cwann68@hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-23
Surnames:(in capital letters only) WALLACE
Comments:
LOOKING FOR ANY INFO ON A JOHN WALLACE, FATHER OF A BEN F
WALLACE BORN ABT 1873, DIED 1935 IN CARIO, IL. ANY INFO
WOULD BE GREAT.

 

Name: Jackie Webb <Cricket60@excite.com>
Date: 2005-06-16
Surnames:(in capital letters only) HOLT/EDSTROM
Comments:
Marriage of Floyd Holt and Esther Edstrom 9 Mar 1930 in Sikeston. Parents of the Bride are Hilmer Edstrom and Lillie Hoback. Would love to correspond with anyone familiar with this couple. A brother to Esther may have died in Scott county prior to her marriage. Brothers name is Clement Edstrom who was born in 1916.
Thank-you, Jackie

 

Name: Bill Bowen <wboweniii@socal.rr.com>
Date: 2005-06-05
Surnames:(in capital letters only) HOWENSTEIN
Comments:
Looking for Charles Howenstein and Nora Rynes burial place and for any info. on the names of their children, dates, places. Thank-you.
 

Name: Joyce Chancellor <jchan196044@comcast.net>
Date: 2005-05-24
Surnames:(in capital letters only) Chancellor Family
Comments:
Looking for Thomas Jefferson Chancellor and wife Mariah ? and family. They lived in Scott County, Mo during 1860 period.
 

Name: Tess Davidson Malta <Cherry106060@aol.com>
Date: 2005-05-10
Surnames:(in capital letters only) DAVIDSON
Comments:
Looking for information on the family of Rev. Thomas Davidson and his wife Matilda, who lived in Scott Co. around 1840. Thomas(my GGgrandfather) and both of his (known) brothers, Harvey W. and Jonas George Davidson were Methodist Episcopal ministers. His brother Jonas helped establish the Methodist community in Dunklin Co. and in the late 1840's Thomas and his family moved to Wayne Co. His younger sister, Julia Ann Davidson married Rev. John Henry Wade in Scott Co. on October 12,1843. I have found record of a land deed between Thomas and Matilda transferred to a Mr. Hamhilton Kays dated in the early 1840's in Mississippi Co. This is where there oldest son, Thomas J. was born on 1/02/1838. Any info. on this family would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Tess Davidson Malta
 

Name: Kathleen Brawn <kbrawn4337@aol.com>
Date: 2005-05-07
Surnames:(in capital letters only) BURKHART, RAINEY, MCBRIDE, HARDESTY, SKIDMORE, CHILDERS, EMORY, TOLBERT
Comments:
Looking for info on what happened to the following family:
George Childers b:1870 in IL, his wife
Ellen "Hattie" Burkhart Childers b:1885 in Scott County, MO
their children:
Jerome R. Childers b:1902
Clarence Aubrey Childers b:September 5, 1905
Mary Loretta Childers b:Feb 1910

All were living in Sikeston/Richland, Scott,MO in 1910 census then Hattie disappears.
George and the kids are living there still in 1920 census then they disappear. I want to know what happened to them and where they went? There was some sort of family scandel involving Hattie since her brother inlaw refused to let her sister visit her and they lost contact after 1916.

 

Name: Kathleen Brawn <kbrawn4337@aol.com>
Date: 2005-05-07
Surnames:(in capital letters only) BURKHART, RAINEY, MCBRIDE, HARDESTY, SKIDMORE, CHILDERS, EMORY, TOLBERT
Comments:
Looking for marriage records for Mary Loretta Burkhart to Robert H. Rainey 1899, and Mary Loretta Rainey to Daniel McBride abt. 1905.
Thanks!

 

Name: Kathleen Brawn <kbrawn4337@aol.com>
Date: 2005-05-07
Surnames:(in capital letters only) BURKHART, RAINEY, MCBRIDE, HARDESTY, SKIDMORE, CHILDERS, EMORY, TOLBERT
Comments:
Looking for info on Robert H. Rainey who was born 1867 in KY and was living in Richland, Scott, MO as a RR enineer with his wife Loretta Burkhart Rainey and daughter Lilly Belle in the 1900 census. Family lore says he died while out of town on a train run from blood poisoning. Loretta was pregnant with their 2nd child at the time sometime in the latter part of 1903. RR records might help finding where he died and was buried but I don't know how to obtain records. Can anyone help?
 

Name: Kathy Kimberlin <katekimb@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2005-04-28
Surnames:(in capital letters only) MASTERSON
Comments:
Have found info that my GGgrandfather HENRY MASTERSON was buried at Sikestown City Cemetery in March of 1945, after being killed by a train. Would love to get photo of his tombstone. I would be happy to pay costs.

I live in Kentucky, not too far from a library with a wonderful family history section. Would be willing to help in any way that I can if someone needs assistance.

Thank you,
Kathy

 

Name: Sara Webb <webbs20@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-04-28
Surnames:(in capital letters only) McMullin or McMullen
Comments:
I am looking for the name of Darius McMullin's father. Darius was in Scott county on the 1840 and 1850 census. He was married to Catherine Friend. He is my Mcmullin stumbling block.
Thanks Sara

 

Name: Patsy Moore Huddleston <pjhuddleston@tds.net>
Date: 2005-04-20
Surnames:(in capital letters only) MOORE
Comments:
Trying to get some information on my grandfather,Harbert
William Moore and his family from Benton, Missouri. I think his wife was Thurl "Babe" Moore and they had a son, Jimmy Moore. My grandfather died in 1965 and is buried at Unity Baptist Church Cemetery.

 

Name: Michele <hist83@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2005-04-16
Surnames:(in capital letters only) WRIGHT or NELSON
Comments:
I am seeking information on James L. Wright, he gave consent for his daughter, Ella Wright, to marry Louis Nelson March 29th, 1891 in Scott County. William Prince, justice of the peace, performed the marriage. The certificate says Louis was over the age of 21 and Ella was under the age of 18. Ella and Louis had a son, Ambers Martin Nelson, born Dec. 1891. This family is my brick wall, I have found nothing on them besides the marriage certificate. I don't know if they died or just disappeared. I believe their son may have been listed on the New Madrid County census as Ambers M. Martin, listed as a timber man, boarding with William Turner. I would really like to find some information on James L. Wright, Ella (Wright) and Louis Nelson. Any help or suggestions appreciared.
 

Name: Mike Halter <michael.j.halter@us.army.mil>
Date: 2005-03-29
Surnames:(in capital letters only) HALTER
Comments:
I am desecended directly from Henry and Lutzia (Lucy) HALTER, who came here from France in 1850 and settled in New Hamburg, Scott County, MO. Family legend has it that Henry was in the Army during the Civil War, but I can not find any definitive info. Have found a reference to a Henry HALTER who served with the 20TH NEW YORK INF, but do not know if this is the same Henry. Anyone who has access to this information, would appreciate a lead. Would also like information on the history of the St Lawrence Church in New Hamburg
 

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