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I am researching the following family:
Nelson Jolly Miller, born Oct 1859
Wife Jennie E, born Sept 1856
Daughters Blanch, born Sept 1884
Eva, born Nov 1886
Norma, born Nov 1888
Georgia, born Dec 1894
Bessie, born Feb 1900
Ressie, born Feb 1900
I believe there was also a son named Daniel or Dennie. The above information
came from another researcher who looked up the family on the 1900 and 1910
soundex cards, but he did not look at the actual census sheets. I have tried
to look at the census images on Ancestry.com, but the entries are not clear
at all(of course!).
I would love to hear from anyone who has any additional information or a
connection to this family. Thanks!
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Is there any way to verify your ancestor was in the
civil war? He was 18-22 years during the war and
didn't marry until he was 25 (after the war) His name
was James Wesley Allen born in Breckinridge.. grew up
in Breckinridge.. married in Breckinridge and raised
his family in Breckinridge.. lol
any way to find Breckinridge co Civil War records that
would confirm my suspicions?
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I am new to the Haynes family and the Breckinridge and Audrain Cos. lists. Looking for help with identifying the children of Joel HAYNES. Looking at census and birth places of his children over a period of years, it appears that Joel HAYNES arrived in Missouri from Kentucky about 1828-1829. I did not find him in Audrain Co., MO in 1830.
1840 Audrain Co., MO Federal Enumeration Census
Salt River Township, page 10, line 26
1 male - 5 and under 10 (probably Charles)
1 male - 10 and under 15 (probably John)
1 male - 16 and under 20
1 male - 20 and under 30 (Is this the Henry G. Haynes, age 31, found in 1850, pg. 167A)
1 male - 40 and under 50 (should be Joel Haynes)
1 female - 5 and under 10 (probably L. H.)
3 females - 10 and under 15 (probably Nancy D., A. T. and Julia)
1 female - 40 and under 50 (should be Martha)
By 1850 the oldest 2 males are gone from the home.
1850 Audrain Co., MO Federal Enumeration Census
Page 154, 4/4
HAYNES, Joel, 52, m, Farmer, b. VA
. . . Martha, 54, f, b. VA (is this Patsy GREER m. 19 Nov 1817 in Breckinridge Co., KY?)
. . . W. L., 26, m, b. KY
. . . Nancy D., 22, f, b. KY
. . . John, 21, m, b. MO
. . . A. T., 20, f, b. MO (is this daughter Almarinda T.?)
. . . L. H., 9, f, b. MO
. . . Charles, 16, m, b. MO
DAVIS, Madison, 26, m, b. KY
. . . Julia, 22, f, b. KY
. . . Joel, 1, m, b. MO
. . . Martha, 2 mo., f, b. MO
Is this Madison Davis the same person as M. A. Davis found on page 690, HH 566/564 in 1860? This HH is 2 houses away from Joel Haynes. If so, why are his children living with their grandfather Joel instead of with him?
1860 Audrain Co., MO Federal Enumeration Census
Salt River Township, Page 690, 568/566
HAYNES, Joel, 63, m, Farmer/Widower, b. VA
. . . A. T., 31, f, House Keeper, b. MO (is this daughter Almarinda T.?)
. . . C. H., 27, m, Farm Hand, b. MO (probably Charles)
DAVIS, Joel, 11, m., b. MO (s/o Madison and Julia)
. . . M. E., 10, f, b. MO (this would be Martha, d/o Madison and Julia)
I discovered a marriage record on the Sullivan Co., MOGenWeb site which states that William C. AYERS m. Rinda Haynes on 18 Sep 1864. William C. AYERS was b. 2 Dec 1813 in OH. This Rinda in definitely my hubby's line. A check of William C. AYERS's Civil War Pension Application Card shows his widow as Almarinda T. AYERS. The 1870 Sullivan Co., MO census shows Almarind T. AYERS b. abt. 1830 in MO. Both parents b. in VA.
I am trying to find proof, one way or the other, if the A. T. HAYNES listed in the 1850 and 1860 Audrain Co., MO census in the home of Joel HAYNES is my Almarinda T. HAYNES AYERS. All of the data found thus far matches, but it is still not proof...yet.
While I am on the subject, are the William HAYNES, age 75, and wife Mary, age 69, both b. VA on page 172B in the 1850 Audrain Co., MO census the parents of Joel HAYNES?
The only Joel HAYNES which I can find prior to 1828 is in Breckingridge Co., KY. Marriage record states Joel HAYNES m. Patsy GREER on 19 Nov 1817.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
I received the two death certificates for Catherine
(Allen) Brown and Creel Brown. The home in Anchorage
was named "Creel Lodge" (no address) Catherine died
there and Creel died in the KY Bapist Hospital two
years later. Any information where Creel Lodge is/was
located would be appreciated.
Also I'm now wondering if they married in Breckinridge
County (where Catherine's family lived) or in
Jefferson County (where Creel's family lived) I have
no idea when it occured and don't know which county.
Catherine is in fact Juda Catherine Allen born
17Jan1876 (per family bible) born 17Jan1878 (per Creel
informant on death cert.. I tend to believe the
bible.. lol) parents James Wesley Allen and Susan Ann
(Holland) Allen living in Breckinridge County
Creel Brown born 13Nov1864 parents JTS Brown and Emily
(Graham) Brown living in Jefferson County
There's an age difference. Juda Catherine Allen would
have been 18 in 1894. Creel 30. It could have been his
Any info from either list would be appreciated.
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This is from FTM 8.0 index. Please do a cross check and see if BOTH names
refer to the same discs. It might be worth a look there.
I plan to also, look on WFT 2 4 9 11 and l4 in reverse order
In a message dated 1/12/02 8:24:31 PM Eastern Standard Time, Aug67(a)att.net
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <annitacox(a)hotmail.com>
> To: <MOCHARIT-L(a)rootsweb.com>
> Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2001 1:19 PM
> Subject: [MOCHARIT-L] Mrs. Nancy (Bewley) Adams - Obituary
> > This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.
> > Surnames: Bewley, Adams, Kuhler, Garnett, Johnson, Divilbiss, Smith
> > Classification: Obituary
> > Message Board URL:
> > http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/5JB.2ACE/787
> > Message Board Post:
> > Mrs. Nancy Adams, nee Bewley, was born in Breckenridge county, Ky., July
> 5, 1837, and died of cancer of the stomach and bowels, at her home, six
> miles northeast of Keytesville, Sunday, October 25, 1908, aged 71 years, 3
> months and 20 days. She was married to Wm. C. Adams, also of Breckenridge
> county, Ky., March 11, 1858, where their eldest child, Ida, now Mrs. John
> Kuhler, of near Fayette, was born. The first two years of their married
> was spent in Kentucky, and in 1860 they moved to this county and have since
> resided in the vicinity of Keytesville.
> > Besides Mrs. Kuhler, Mr. and Mrs. Adams' marriage was blessed with the
> birth of seven other children, five daughters and two sons, as follows:
> Sudie, now Mrs. H. T. Garnett of Keytesville; Chris, now Mrs. S.W. Johnson
> of St. Louis, Mrs. Mary Divilbiss, widow of John R. Divilbiss, deceased:
> Miss Eliza, who lived with her parents; Lizzie, now Mrs. W.H. Smith of
> Kansas City; G.K. and W.B. Adams of Keytesville, who, with the sorrowing
> husband, one year Mrs. Adams' senior, are still living to mourn the death
> a devoted and loving wife and mother whose life is as sweet incense to
> ones who are left behind.
> > May God bless and comfort them in their bereavement, and may they so live
> that they will be a united family around the great white throne. Funeral
> services were conducted at Adams Chapel Tuesday, October 25, at 11 o'clock
> a.m., by Rev. O.H. Phillips of Keytesville, assisted by Rev. W.J. Parvin of
> Maryville, Mo., after which interment took place in Keytesville cemetery.
> May she rest in peace and green be the memory of this noble Christian
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