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This is an FYI
I'm in the middle of uploading over 4,500 more obits to my site
that were sent to me.
Alot of them are from Washington and Jefferson Co.
Hope this helps you find someone you were looking for.
If you have an obit you would like on the web.
Just email, type, scann, or send a hard copy to me.
Missouri Census Images and Obituaries
I've just recently subscribed to this list and am replying to a nine year
old post. Hopefully, Jan Daniels is still available; but, if not, this is
open to anyone who'd like to reply. Here is an excerpt from the original
"From: Jan Daniel <jcdaniel(a)pacbell.net>
Subject: [MOJEFFER] James Franklin HENDRICKSON, Joseph/Nancy/Augustus ADAMS,
Mark THOMAS, William MOSS
Date: Mon, 06 Aug 2001 15:24:22 -0700
Am at a loss as to pedigree and history of each of these individuals:
James Franklin HENDRICKSON is my gg grandfather
Joseph ADAMS (Nancy Joseph's mother, Augustus his - probable- brother) and
Amanda Ellen MOSS were my ggg grandparents (William Moss - b. 1770 was her
father, Judith THOMAS (dau. of Capt. Mark Thomas, my gggg grandfather) was
I may have a family that married into your Adams family-the Pate family.
Notice the Anthony Pate enumerated on this census directly below the
household of Augustus S. Adams? My Pate family has passed down an oral story
that says that the mother of Jeremiah "Jerry" Pate (the 15 yr old male in
Anthony Pate's household in this 1860 census) was an Adams. No first name
is given for her, though. The story also tells that she died when Jeremiah
was only a few months old, shortly after a horrific flood in that area.
Jeremiah was born 4 Feb 1844; I have found documentation of a large flood in
the St. Louis MO/St. Clair Co IL area in June 1844. So, that would put his
mother's death sometime between June and a few months thereafter in 1844.
Do any of the daughters of Amanda Ellen Moss ADAMS fit this description?
Thanks for your time,
To all friends and family of Gary,
Gary passed away on June 15, 2010, at 8:40 pm, He was diagnosed with Stage
4 Cancer, after being admitted to Riverside Community Hospital on June 9,
2010. He lived life to the fullest.
The Memorial Service will be on June 25, 2010, at Arlington Mortuary at
If you have already been notified of his passing I apologize. If I missed
anyone, please let them know.
Hi all...a new cemetery has been added to the Jefferson County Historical
Find it under "Thurman" in the Cemetery Transcriptions.
There's also an article by Dave Hallemann on this cemetery. Find it under
Dave's Cemetery Articles.
J Lisa K. Gendron
Pioneers Resets July
Meeting; Order Books Now
The July meeting of Ste. Genevieve Project Pioneers has been reset because of a clash
with the county fair. Next month's meeting on the Calliott-LaChance and
Palmer family books will be on Saturday, July 17, at 10 a.m. at the
Ozark Regional Library. Family members are urged to attend. This also
will be the last day to submit new information. Corrections may be
submitted at the following and final meeting on July 31.
have been set on the books for this year, with the Calliott-LaChance
book selling for $25, and the Palmer book available at a cost of $45.
Those who wish to pre-order to insure receiving a book at Jour de Fete
should call Jean Pettus at 573-883-3925.
Do you have roots in St. Louis, Missouri?
The St. Louis Genealogical Society presents
St. Louis Research Workshop
13-17 September 2010
Enjoy local guidance for your research questions.
Effectively research in St. Louis facilities.
Expand your research beyond the Internet.
Individual copy of St. Louis Family History research Guide by Ann Carter Fleming
Workshop conducted by two St. Louis experienced Certified Genealogists.
Hands on research at both St. Louis County Library and the Missouri History Museum
Individual consultations throughout the workshop
Meeting about facilities and pertinent genealogical records
Morning coffee, lunch, and snacks on Monday and Wednesday
Closing breakfast on Friday.
See www.stlgs.org for registration form or call