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Anyone with information about the family of Emerson Oliver Scudder, wife
Rebecca Elizabeth Clark would be greatly appreciated. Emerson b. in 1869 in
MO. or IND. Died in1934, in Berrien Springs,MI. Elizabeth b. in1865 in ILL,
died in 1924 in Bloomfield, MO. Children: Samual, Clara Dell, Ralph,
LeeRoy,Fedrick,John,Edith,& Marion Ray Scudder. My father was Marion Ray, my
name is Garnet Scudder Parks. Please write me at dandgparks(a)aol.com. Thankyou!
Thanks to all the list members who sent information on my recent query
about Drurys of Jefferson County.
I am wondering if anyone has the following families in their tree and
might have more information?
Descendants of John Teasley Drury
1 John Teasley Drury b: 1832 d: 1926 Burial: Danby Cem., Jefferson
2 Martha Drury b: in Parents not proven
.. +Phillip Klotzer
3 Lou Lou Violet Klotzer
3 David Orland Klotzer
... +Olive Sue Fisher
4 David Klotzer
4 Stella Klotzer
.... +Paul Purdue
*2nd Husband of Stella Klotzer:
.... +Alan Stephenson
4 Jesse Klotzer
4 Orlene Klotzer
3 Mayme Agnes Klotzer
The John Teasely Drury and daughter Martha above, might be the same as
this family from the 1880 and 1900 Jefferson County census:
Descendants of John Drury, possibly John Teasley Drury
1 John Drury b: August 1835 in Missouri
.. +Sarah b: April 1884 in Indiana
2 Nancy Drury b: Abt. 1871
2 Martha Drury b: Abt. 1875
2 David Drury b: Abt. 1876
2 Cryley Drury b: Abt. 1880
2 Benjamin Drury b: January 1882
2 Joseph Drury b: April 1884
2 Jessie Drury b: August 1885
And the following was forwarded by a Drury potential cousin. This could
also be the Martha Drury who married Philip Klotzer: Although, I am not
sure why they did not show up on the census from Jefferson County:
Descendants of Unknown Drury
1 Unknown Drury
2 William Benjamin Drury, Sr.
3 Martha Drury b: 1876 in Festus, MO
3 Kathryn Drury
... +Unknown Klotzer
3 John Edward Drury, Sr.
2 Joseph Milton Drury
Thanks in advance for any information you might have.
I can't make this & many here will not see it in time, but some just might &
be able to get there & see what Civil War items are up.
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Desoto Joe/The Record Man
I'm fairly new to this List. I am doing research on REDMAN and BLAKE.
My wife's grandmother was Angel E. BLAKE (b. 4 Aug 1900 in Jefferson
County, Mo.), and her grandfather was William Jackson REDMAN (b. 28 Apr.
1896 in Kennett (Dunklin Co.), Mo.)
Any help with either of these would be most appreciated.
St. Louis Co., Mo.
My G g grandfather James McCulloch (or Mcolloch) was born in 1805 in Big River Township and died in 1866. One of the first settlers in the area was Hugh McCulloch, who settled in 1801 and I believe that James is connected to him somehow. What kind of records and where might they be found for this area in the years between 1801 and 1820? James had 3 children: Margaret who married James C. Power in 1862, Sarah who married Patrick Thomas in 1854, and my great grandmother Minerva who married William Manion in 1856. If anyone else out there is researching any of these families, I would like to exchange information.
Crawford County, Missouri Marriages Volume E is now completely abstracted
with a full name index. It includes 910 marriages from 1888-1897.
NOTE: This volume was unusual in the high number of entries which were not
included in the hand written index. The following 35 couple were omitted
from the hand written index.
Bass, Joseph S. to Webb, Cara D.: 106
Benton, George F. to Walls, Nancy E.: 135
Branner, William T. to Hill, Lizzie Miss: 158
Calahan, Andrew J. to McDonald, Mary J.: 56
Cook, Henry W. to Key, Adah A.: 215
Cranmer, Elta E. Mr. to Peterson, Christina Miss: 330
Crow, Chas. E. to Helling, Annie M.: 214
Dollar, W. J. to Andrews, Martha Lee: 73
Dunlap, Henry P. to Bowers, Jennie: 215
Eaton, Samuel S. to Skaggs, Sarah J.: 163
Ellis, Alfred Mr. to Wright, Rosie May Miss: 329
Gorman, James to Chapman, Lizzie: 153
Gorman, John M. to McCan, Maggie D.: 117
Gruver, Charles to Gravate, Ella Miss: 66
Harmon, Samuel J. to Smith, Jennie: 182
Helms, George W. to Wilkinson, Belle: 243
Hill, William G. to Baker, Mollie W.: 214
Hoss, John H. to Eggers, Maud Miss: 150
Howdeshell, James to Edgar, Ollia Olive: 69
Key, Samuel H. to Scantlin, Sarah L.: 125
King, Jeremiah J. to Mitchell, Mattie J. Miss: 283
Klossner, J. W. to Scantlin, M. E.: 136
Lay, T. H. Mr. to Brown, Virdie Miss: 330
McCall, D. G. to Krieg, Nellie: 66
McSpadden, George H. to Copeland, Essie P.: 118
Miller, Emery E. to Zane, Emery: 67
Murphy, Licurgus E. to McGlothlin, Ida A.: 69
Osborne, Thomas to Denham, Josie Miss: 154
Palmer, Samuel L. to Houswright, Rachael S.: 70
Patten, John to Woodruff, Nellie M.: 117
Slones, Henry to Palmer, Charity E.: 175
Sowders, James H. to McCune, Jennie Miss: 227
Stulce, A. J. to Dodd, Dorcus C.: 187
Stulce, Daniel to Mosier, Mary: 218
Summers, James I. to Crow, Caroline: 93
Crawford County all marriages from 1828-1897 are abstracted
-- also -- also -- also -- also --
Franklin Co. marriages 1914-1921
Jefferson Co. marriages 1826-1871 & 1881-1885
plus African-American marriages 1866-1878
St. Francois Co. marriages 1818-1900
Washington Co. marriages 1815-1937
plus African-American marriages 1865-1875
Just click on http://vienici.com/abmomarr.html to bring you to a single page
of links for the abstract indexes.
The indexes have links to the abstract pages. You can also Search the site
Keep your eye on the site. New marriages are being abstracted continually.
Brian J. Oster
Regarding Drury family,
My Aunt married Adrian Francis Drury. He was born September 29, 1907,
Bloomsdale, MO, died August 1966. Alberta Moyne and Adrian were married
June 11, 1935 in Potosi, Missouri. They had four children. If you would
like I will contact my cousin to see if she can give me any more
information about her father's family.
On Fri, 23 Nov 2001 00:03:23 -0700 MOJEFFER-D-request(a)rootsweb.com
I am new to the Jefferson County list. I am interested in any
information on any DRURYs of Jefferson County.
Specifically hoping to find anything relating to John Teasely Drury
(1832-1926) and a John T. Drury who was a patron of the Jefferson County
Atlas book in 1840.
Thanks in advance for any help.
I am seeking a look up for birth records for my great great aunt Emmaline
(Emma) J. Lyons born March 24th, 1872 according her certificate of death.
Though, in the 1880, 1900, 1910 and 1920 census her birth year was 1873 and
said she was born in Kansas or Missouri. Her parents were Alfred C. Lyons and
Harriett (Hattie) Lyons. Alfred came from Ohio. Any information would be
greatly appreciated! -Michael Lyons LyonsPride01(a)aol.com
Most came from Shannon county , Mo. with RICHARDSON going back to searcy
county , Arkansas .
Looking for death record for CHARLES MARION MARTIN born abt 1869 in
Shannon county , Mo.... I think he may have passed before 1950 or in
another state besides Missouri .
Re Juede family,
I have information on Reverend Edwin Judy and his wife. She was a
Sheible and ties into my Sheible line. Contact me at JHMcLean@juno. com.
Barbara (Bruhn) McLean
On Tue, 13 Nov 2001 06:03:59 -0700 MOJEFFER-D-request(a)rootsweb.com
> I would like to apologize to anyone for whom I may have caused a
> problem when I had my computer virus.
> Again I want to truly apologize for any inconvenience I may have
> caused anyone.
> Please accept my apology.
> PORTELL, POLITTE, CHAMP, OLIVIER, COLEMAN, BOYER, ROUSSIN,
> COURTAWAY/COURTOIS/COURTOUIS, CHABOT, BOISMENU, BIENBENUE,
> PEPIN, LALUMONDIERE, ARCHAMBEAU, ROBINET, GOURNEAU/GOVERO,
> OLIVE, RULO.
Regarding my posts about Project Pioneers and the Bahr and Dorlac/Dorlaque
families, I forgot to give email addresses if that's preferred. To reach
Barbara Basler either use: sgproject pioneer(a)hotmail.com or dottie(a)jcn.net.
To reach Mary Ann Rollet, send information on the Bahr family to
Regarding the "Editorial."
My feelings about September 11 go very deep, and my family has a history of
patriotism and service. However, the Internet and every other means of
communication is deluged with so many pages about the Attack that they are
clogging mailboxes and are losing their meaning.
This newsletter is supposed to be for inquiries and answers about genealogy.
As deeply as we feel about what has happened, let us find another means to
communicate these feelings and keep the genealogy website for genealogy.
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I am in contact with friends in Germany and they want information on a
Philipp Rendler, born April 26, 1791 in Fessenbach. Philipp's two sons,
Anton, born Jan. 16, 1825, and Sigmund, born Oct. 31, 1822, all came to the
U.S. and may have settled in this area. If anyone on the list has
information on these or any other Rendlers, please contact me.
Another friend is seeking information on Anton Basler born 1. Januar 1843 in
Fessenbach. His parents were Bernhard Basler of Fessenbach and his wife was
Magdalena Basler, born Naeger of Zell-Weierbach He had two siblings,
Theresia und Josef Simon.
Anyone with information on these please contact me. Thanks
Ste. Genevieve Project Pioneers will honor the French Dorlac (Dorlaque)
family and the German Bahr family at Jour de Fete next August, 2002. Anyone
who is a descendant of these families can submit the information to Barbara
Basler, 50 N. 5th St., Ste. Genevieve, Mo. 63670. The absolute deadline for
including information in the family books to be published is March 31, 2002.
----- Original Message -----
From: "M.R. Lowe" <mrlowe(a)mtnhome.com>
Sent: Friday, November 09, 2001 7:54 AM
Subject: [MOJEFFER] Information:
> I attended Rush Tower School in the late 30s and early 40s with
> relatives Estol, David, Gene and Ray Lowe. Friends were Margie Moran,
> Gene and Shirley Martin and Bill Noce(son of Louis and Edna Noce). My
> GAunt Georgia A. Lowe was married to Press Carr and had two children
> that I know of. Delbert Carr and Lilly Carr. Delbert was the mail
> carrier at Rush Tower for several years. Aunt Georgia also was married
> to Millard Medley. Had two children ; Gene and Ruby Medley. My aunt is
> burried in the Weaver Cemetery along with Samuel A. Medley and William
> J. Medley. There is a small stone next to Aunt Georgia which I believe
> to be my little brother Kenneth who died in 1941. Does anyone have
> information on these familys or Rush Tower during this era? I also
> noticed Lee Callender claimed the photo of Laura Lee McCormack who is
> also listed as "wife of Millard Medley". Lee, can you contact me on
> this subject??? Thank You very much... Ray
I'm looking for permission to visit Weaver Cemetery, if anyone knows who I
need to contact, please let me know.
Desoto Joe/The Record Man