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In a message dated 09/28/2000 7:15:47 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
<< he reason he moved to Missouri I haven't
been able to find out. >>
I was told that land in western Missouri in the 1860-70 period was selling
for $1.00 per acre, which was the reason people went there.
My Ikerd left Guthrie County and moved to Schuyler County Missouri and later
moved to Adair County Missouri. The reason he moved to Missouri I haven't
been able to find out.
Thanks to all who helped.
I am new to the list and I wonder if anyone has cemetery listings for Guthrie
County? I am looking for the death date and grave of Annie Ikerd wife of
Henry Lowery Ikerd. She may have died around 1874. Henry and Annie had two
sons that I know of and they were Caleb and William E. Ikerd, would anyone
know of them? After Annie's death Henry moved to Missouri and died there.
Would anyone know of this Ikerd family? Thanks for your time and I really
would appreciate some help.
That's great, Shannon - but I can't open it. Valerie
> From: Shannon Moore <mgm(a)gate.net>
> To: IAGUTHRI-L(a)rootsweb.com
> Subject: [IAGUTHRI-L] 1860 Guthrie Co census
> Date: Wednesday, September 27, 2000 8:18 PM
> The Guthrie Co 1860 census is now online.
> I have it linked on a new census page on the Guthrie Co GenWeb site.
> I've also posted, to the best of my ability, information that you can
> find on the different census. As others become available they too will
> be linked on this page. Since the 1860 census is not on site it is not
> covered by the new search engine but there is a great index available
> for the census. Just click on 1860 and you will see the file names.
> Thanks Diane for the hard work.
> Shannon Moore
> CC for Guthrie Co GenWeb
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The Guthrie Co 1860 census is now online.
I have it linked on a new census page on the Guthrie Co GenWeb site.
I've also posted, to the best of my ability, information that you can
find on the different census. As others become available they too will
be linked on this page. Since the 1860 census is not on site it is not
covered by the new search engine but there is a great index available
for the census. Just click on 1860 and you will see the file names.
Thanks Diane for the hard work.
CC for Guthrie Co GenWeb