Surnames: DANIEL, MARTIN
Submitter: Kevin Daniel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 15 Jan 2000
DANIEL - MARTIN: Solomon DANIEL came to Mississippi County, MO after 1840, in the company of his Uncle and Aunt, Uriah and Senna (DANIEL) MARTIN, from Pulaski and Alexander Counties, IL. I would like to contact others researching these families. I can trace several generations further back on the DANIEL line and have a couple of thousand DANIELS from this line in my database.
Submitter: Aldon V. Thompson (email@example.com)
Date: 26 Oct 1998
Seeking info about Mark and Cora Davidson and family. Mark died Sept. 15, 1909 and Cora bought a farm in early 1910. In 1910 census, Cora is shown as head of household in Long Prairie Township, with 6 children.Daughter, Vida, who was ten (10) years old recalled before her death going to Dogwood School and riding a horse to Bertrand. Particulaly, would like to know where Mark is buried and where the farm was Cora bought in 1910. Too, believe Cora's brother John lived north of Charlson.
Submitter: Gary Trammell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 12 Oct 1999
Looking for L.M. Davis and wife Sophronia
Virginia Davis Young - DAVIS/GRISSOM/HALL
Looking for any information about my grandfather, Elgin Charles Davis - born July 19, 1884 in Hopkinsville, Ky, died April
5, 1956 in East Prairie, MO and my grandmother, Henrietta Grissom, born July 13, 1885 in Bertrand MO, died July 17, 1957in East Prairie, MO. Grandmother Davis was thedaughter of Emsley Grissom and Ida Bell Hall.
Maybelanna Lee - DAVIS , LEE
My family lived in Miss. Co. from 1845 .til most moved away after 1950.My mother who lives with me was born in 1909 .She has a good memory and could answer Questions about life there in the early 1900's.Her great grandfather Tandy J Davis purchased 160 acres in Miss. Co. in 1845 He spent that year building a log cabin and then returned to KY to get his family.In march of 1846 he had a flat boat built and floated ,with his family down the Salt river to the Ohio river then across the Mississippi to Birds Point where he sold the boat and took his family to their new home near Fish Lake. In 1846 James Lee the other side of my family, made the same trip but ended up at Wolf Island. I can give you the family history.Other names we are kin to include Sterett, Hawkins, Slack, Drinkwater, Rhodes,Clevedence, Howlett, Barrett, Huff and others. If anyone is interestd, let me know. 4/18/98
Virginia Davis Young I am putting together our tree and am trying to pull together more about my father, Jackson Davis, son of Elgin C. Davis. Born in East Prairie, Dad was a member of the Missouri House of Representatives (1935-40), farmer, banker, died in Washington, DC and buried in Sikeston, MO by Nunnelee (then Jackson) Funeral Chapel in 1964. What can you tell me from your available records about he and/or his dad? If more convenience, my fax number is 703-532-2533. Many thanks!!
I am searching for ANY info on: John Dearlove-b. 1873, probably in Madison County, MO, married twice, first wife unknown, but had son John b. 1902, by her. His second wife was MAUD CAVE, b. 1884. They lived in Wolfe Island. They had 8 children, she died in 1919, and he died in 1921. ANY info on Dearlove's would be appreciated.
Sept. 02, 1998
Submitter: Joan Wallace (email@example.com)
Date: 07 Feb 2002
I am trying to locate a folder of information which contains the world War II remembrances of Edward Clyde DeField, native of Charleston, Mississippi County, MO. An extract of his 33-page memoir is on the web with the notation that the folder #R681 is at the Historical Museum of Missippi County. Can anyone give me the address for the Historical Museum or tell me how to locate this infomation? My father also served in the 397th Antiaircraft Battalion and I am most interested in reading about it. Thanks, Joan Wallace
Ronnie L. DePriest Fri Feb 14 05:17:02 1997
DEPRIEST I am searching for my father, Nimrod DePriest, who was born 12-23-1900 in West Plains,(Howell) Mo. His father's name was Lloyd C. DePriest and his mother was Sarah Jane (House) DePriest.
Surnames: DEPROW, DEPRO, WOODS
Submitter: Gary Joseph DEPRO (pookyD98@AOL.com)
Date: 23 Jan 1999
Robert D. DEPROW: married to Sarah WOODS 1857, New Madrid MO. Need childrens names, and parents names.
Surnames: DICKERSON, HARDY, CHAPMAN
Submitter: Donna Block (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 03 Jan 1999
I am searching for info on Dickerson and Hardy families in Mississippi Co. Clinton Dickerson married Ida May Hardy on December 25, 1882 in Whiting, MO. Ida was from Union Co., KY. Have no info on Clinton. Ida's father, Marion, was in Miss. Co., census living with a cousin whose last name was Chapman and Marion was a widower. Clinton and Ida had four children, Kate (Catherine) who died in childbirth, Gene, Willie and Ordie Ward Dickerson. Ordie was my grandfather and was an orphan by age 9. Ordie was the only sibling who had children. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
"Margaret A. Beck" I would like to correspond with anyone searching the families of Robert B. Dickerson and his wife, Sarah Crosthwait Dickerson. Robert was buried somewhere in Wolf Island Township about Sept. 1850. I don't know where Sarah is buried. They had the following children: Tazwell H. Dickerson, Thomas Wilson Dickerson, John Waller Dickerson, Mary Dickerson (married Wm S. Dooms), Minerva Frances Dickerson (married Silas B. Parker), Pamelia Dickerson (married William D. Kelly), Rachel Dickerson (married George Strickland and Robert U. Kimball) and Clinton Dickerson. Robert & Sarah Dickerson came to Mississippi/Scott Co. MO before 1840 from Obion Co. TN. Sincerely,
Submitter: Patti Carpenter (email@example.com)
Date: 12 Jan 2000
I am looking for Joseph A. Dillender and three sons and a daughter who died on the trip from Tennessee to Jasper, Missouri from "swamp Feber" about 1841. Joseph's wife Rebecca continued the trip with their remaining children. I wonder if there are any records of these deaths or possible cemetary listings or obituaried for 1841-1842? Any help would be appreciated!!
Submitter: Victoria (VEW213@aol.com)
Date: 26 Feb 2002
I am trying to find the probate records for John Divinny of Mississippi Co., MO. He died in 1876. Is there anyway to get a copy of them?
Submitter: Judy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 23 Feb 2000
I'am searching AARON H.( ALFRED ) DIVINNY who died after Feb. 1875 in Mississippi Co, Mo...Other names JAMES B. DIVINNY, HUSTON DIVINNY...would be glad to share info... THANK YOU JUDY email@example.com
Surnames: DIXON, TURNER, BYRD, MAYO, EVANS
Submitter: Doras Trussell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 27 Dec 1999
I am looking for ancestors of my grandmother and grandfather. I believe my grandmother, Lela Frances Dixon was born in East Prairie abt 1901 and was married to Jennings Bryan Byrd. Her Parents were Laura Mayo and Andrew Dixon. Jenning's parents were Sarah Evans and Andrew Byrd. There are still some relatives living in the Charleston area, but they have not been much help with my research. Any information would be appreciated. Something that might ring a bell for some is my grandmother had a sister named Ruth Dixon who married Roma Turner who was an electrician? in or around Charleston. Again, any info would be greatly appreciated.
Submitter: Joanne Moore (email@example.com)
Date: 03 Oct 2000
I am looking for a Charleston Funeral & Company which was in existance in 1934. Have a death certificate which states this funeral home handled the funeral arrangements for Joseph G. Duffell, who died March 26, 1934. Does anyone know of the existance of the funeral home, and if not in existance now, the where abouts of it's records? Would appreciate any help.
Surnames: DUKES ZILAFRO
Submitter: Bill Huntington (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 30 Nov 1998
Dukes James Carroll Born Miss or Scott Cty 1843 Died 16 April 1869 at Wolf Island Mo. Father Benjamin Malone Dukes Mother Rebecca Zilafro Sister Hannah Dukes
DUKES, MILLS, ZILAFRO (DELAFRO)
Willard Huntington Researching James Carroll Dukes. Born Mississippi County 1843. Died Wolf Island 16 April 1869, Married 16 May 1865 at Poplar Bluff Mo. To Sidney A. Mills. Father Benjamin Malone DUKES Mother Rebecca Zilafro (Delafro)
DUKES, NANCE, AYERS
Willard Huntington: Researching Margaret Rebecca DUKES Born Charleston Mo 1862 Married to Henry Addison Nance Five Children: Hallie Mable, Charles, Myrtle Carolyn, Bennie, Edward. Father Benjamin Malone DUKES Mother Margaret Ayers DUKES Died 7 oct 1899 in Poplar Bluff Mo Buried Corning (Clay) Ark
Surnames: DUKES AYERS
Submitter: Bill Huntington (email@example.com)
Date: 19 May 1999
Researching Margaret Rebecca DUKES Born Charleston Mo 1862 Married to Henry Addison Nance Five Children: Hallie Mable, Charles, Myrtle Carolyn, Bennie, Edward. Father Benjamin Malone DUKES Mother Margaret Ayers DUKES Died 7 oct 1899 in Poplar Bluff Mo Buried Corning (Clay) Ark
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