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She was the 3rd of at least 5 wives of Jasper Eoff, born in 1857 to
Jefferson THOMPSON and Catherine Surname Unknown. She's mentioned in her
father's probate records in Oct 1864, married to Jasper on 16 Nov 1879,
listed in the June 1880 census in Jefferson Co. as Amelia Eoff, and died in
Hope this helps.
Jerri Eoff Sudderth
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Subject: [MOJEFFER] Jasper Eoff's wife Permelia Thompson
> Am wondering if anybody has any data on her ?
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The Family History Fair is Saturday, October 17, 2009 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Fair is co-sponsored by the Jefferson County Genealogical Society & the Jefferson County Library. The free event will take place at the Jefferson County Library,
5680 State Road PP, High Ridge, MO 63049
Presentations on the agenda will include:
Introduction to Genealogy, presented by Ken Bunselmeyer ---- 10 a.m.
Southern Research, presented by Mindy Hudson ---10 a.m.
Colonial Research, presented by Dan Vornberg --- 11:30 a.m.
Genealogy/History Trivia (including prizes) --- 11:30 a.m.
Inter-Library Loan and Latter Day Saints Rental, by Christine Merseal ---- 1 p.m.
Good Mourning! Customs of Death and Mourning in the Victorian Era --- 1 p.m.
presented by Edna Dieterle
Archived Records at the National Personnel Records Center --- 2:30 p.m.
presented by Bryan McGraw, Assistant Director, Archival Programs
Also present will be genealogical and historical organizations from around the area.
Access the library’s online databases such as Ancestry, Heritage Quest & Footnote for free.
If you attend the fair, and wish to join the Jefferson Co. Genealogical Society for $12. You will receive a free copy of Family Tree Maker v. 16, a $20.00 value.
Attendees have a chance to win door prizes throughout the day. The grand prize for the Family History Fair will be free admission to the St. Louis Genealogical Society Fair on May 15, 2010; a $65.00 value. Both the St. Louis and the Jefferson County Family History Fair are wonderful learning events.
Registration is not required. However, lecture space is limited so arrive early to sign up for the presentations on the day of the event.
The Jefferson County Library phone# is 636-677-8186.
There is a café in the library lobby, where individuals may purchase a lunch or snack item(s).
A new vendor attending this year is Hearthstone Legacy Publications.
I was trying to reach Kent Bone dash Beaulne but I am not having any luck.
Did he change his e-mail or maybe he does not have one.
I use the e-mail addy that he gave me.
If anyone can help me, I would appreciate it.
PORTELL,CHAMP, POLITTE, BOYER, COURTAWAY/COURTOUIS/COURTOIS, COLEMAN,
GOURNEAU/GOVERO, ROUSSIN, LaCHANCE, PEPIN, LALAUMONDIERE/LALUMONDIERE,
ARCHAMBEAU, OLIVIER, CHABOT, ROBINET, RULO, OLIVE, BEGUETTE, TESSIER,
MARLER, HOUSE, DEGONIA, DEGAGNES, MICHAUD, MARCHAND, PAGE, PAGET, TREMBLEY,
JOBIDON, PAUZE, FOUNTAIN, PERTHIUS, ACCIA, BOISMENU, BIENBENUE
GOD BLESS AMERICA
I just added a new section to the Jefferson County Historical Society
website featuring historical postcards and photos of various cities and
sites. I don't have all the cities done yet, but thought you might enjoy
checking out what is posted so far. The link is on the left hand side under
Enjoy! J Lisa K. Gendron