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1  Dodge, Susan (I5253)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. JONES, Donald Lee (I10230)
 
3
Emigration
1888
5 Mar
Age: 25
New York
LA NORMANDIE, the ship from Le Havre, France, to New York City, NY 
Anliker, Nicklaus (I368)
 
4
Emigration
1888
5 Mar
Age: 25
New York
LA NORMANDIE, the ship from Le Havre, France, to New York City, NY 
Anliker, Emilie (I370)
 
5 BIRT DATE C 1885 CRUMBAKER, Maurice G. (I6425)
 
6 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=86961546 Murrah, Mary Ellen (I5015)
 
7 th US Inf. Civil War; wounded in action lived Blacklick Twp; Cambria County Bracken, James S. (I1723)
 
8 Corisha Anna Bradford was born in 1853, near Selma, IL, just after the family had come from Ohio by covered wagon.

These two sisters were married the same day, Sept. 25, 1873. Anna married James T. Johnson, and they lived in Bloomington. Harriet married E.C. Huffman 
Bradford, Corisha Anna (I9358)
 
9 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bracken, Catherine (I1207)
 
10 Della Bradford, never married, but lived to be 97 years old. Bradford, Della (I9347)
 
11 Died as a young boy. Baker, Leroy (I224)
 
12 Hans Ulrich Anliker was also known as Johann as was written on his stone. Anliker, Hans Ulrich (I365)
 
13 He was better known as Rit Bradford. He lived on one of his father's farms, in Anchor Township, just southwest of Anchor, and later inherited that farm. He was well-known for the ponies he raised and sold throughout the Midwest. Bradford, Richmond T. (I9337)
 
14 Robert Means Jr., born November 2. 1750, captain Revolution, died in Derry Township July 15, 1837; married May 13, 1791, Hannah McKee.

From: The Pioneers of Mifflin County, Pennsylvania Who's who in the Early Records with an Account of the Growth of the county before 1790, by John Martin Stroup and Raymond Martin Bell, Lewistown, Penna. 1942 page 23-26

Page 546. JUNIATA AND SUSQUEHANNA VALLEYS IN PENNSYLVANIA. http://www.pagenweb.org/~mifflin/ellis/ellis-5.htm 
Means, Robert (I8643)
 
15 Week of Mar 16, 1899, Cassville Republican - Weekly Paper, Cassville, Barry Co., MO. Cassville Republican, New Site News: Miss Minnie Wormington, age 21, daughter of Robert Wormington of Stone's Prairie died. The Callaway Funeral Home Records rad that Miss Minnie Wormington, died at age 21 years, on the 14 Mar, 1899. Her father was Bob Wormington of Stone's Prairie.
Died at the home of her parents, near Purdy, March 18, Miss Minnie Wormington., Deceased was a young lady well beloved by, all who knew her. The morning family have the sympathy of many friends. Minnie had been sick for some time and we hope our loss will be her eternal gain. 
WORMINGTON, Minnie (I11408)
 
16 ! Family Bible of William A. Crumbaker, and later, Samuel W. Crumbaker in possesion of Robert L. Crumbaker, 1224 s. 4th. St., Dayton, Wa. 99328. Also Family Records in possession of Robert L. Crumbaker. CRUMBAKER, Elizabeth (I6467)
 
17 ! Family Bible of William A. Crumbaker, and later, Samuel W. Crumbaker in possesion of Robert L. Crumbaker, 1224 s. 4th. St., Dayton, Wa. 99328. Also Family Records in possession of Robert L. Crumbaker. CRUMBAKER, Mariah Ellen (Marie) (I6561)
 
18 ! his Birthdate is also shown as 18 Oct 1882. CRUMBAKER, Edwin William (I6619)
 
19 !Family Bible of William A. Crumbaker, and later, Samuel W. Crumbaker in possesion of Robert L. Crumbaker, 1224 s. 4th. St., Dayton, Wa. 99328. Also Family Records in possession of Robert L. Crumbaker. CRUMBAKER, Sarah Catherine (I6443)
 
20 !Family Bible of William A. Crumbaker, and later, Samuel W. Crumbaker in possesion of Robert L. Crumbaker, 1224 s. 4th. St., Dayton, Wa. 99328. Also Family Records in possession of Robert L. Crumbaker. CRUMBAKER, William Armstead (I6557)
 
21 !Family Bible of William A. Crumbaker, and later, Samuel W. Crumbaker in possesion of Robert L. Crumbaker, 1224 s. 4th. St., Dayton, Wa. 99328. Also Family Records in possession of Robert L. Crumbaker. This child was born in either Coshocton or Muskingum Co., Ohio. CRUMBAKER, John Henry (I6442)
 
22 !Family Bible of William A. Crumbaker, and later, Samuel W. Crumbaker in possesion of Robert L. Crumbaker, 1224 s. 4th. St., Dayton, Wa. 99328. Also Family Records in possession of Robert L. Crumbaker. Batch #: 537506, Source Call #: Batch #: 537506, Source Call #: CRUMBAKER, Joanna Olive (I6439)
 
23 !Paul Lawrence Crumbaker was her 2nd. Husband, as her 1st. Husband had died. !Paul Lawrence Crumbaker was her 2nd. Husband, as her 1st. Husband had died. PALMERS, Myrtle Ora (Myrtie) (I6437)
 
24 !She was divorced fropm Paul Lawrence Crumbaker, but the date is unavailable. !She was divorced fropm Paul Lawrence Crumbaker, but the date is unavailable. Gossett, Ellen (I6441)
 
25 " Dr. Moree received her B.S. degree in 1952 At Central Mo. State University. She received her M.A. degree in 1956 at the University of Denver. All her degrees were with emphasis in speech pathology and audiology. She was Director of Special Services at Odessa, Texas from 1956-1959. She was professor of Speech Pathology and Audiology at Stocktom Ca. From 1959-1961.She was professor of Speech Pathology and Audiology at California State College, Californis, Pa., from 1962-1965. She was professor of Speech Pathology and Audiology at Central Mo. State University from 1965 until she retired from teaching in 1972.
Macy accepted Christ as her savior at an early age and was a faithful member of the First Baptist Chruch of Clinton, where she taught Sunday School and helped in children's church until failing health forced her to retire. After retirement, she became an avid fisherman and also a gardener, which she so generously shared with all her friends and neighbors." 
BALLEW, Macy (I10049)
 
26 "... Samuel and Louisa (Means) Palmer, of Virginia and Kentucky, respectively. [He] was a pioneer of Kentucky, married there, and in 1849 came to Jackson County, Ark., in Jefferson, and the winter of the same year came to Bird Township, locating on the farm where [his son] now resides, taking a claim of 520 acres of timber land, which he cleared and improved, erecting a house and planting an orchard."
(History of Arkansas, Jackson County; p. 892) 
PALMER, Samuel (I9865)
 
27 "Amos Neil, 85 a resident of Weston for over 15 years, died in a Denver hospital on Sunday. While in Weston he was employed with the Weston Elevator Co. His children attended school here and the move to Riverton, Wy. was make in 1937 and there he continue to make his home. He made frequent trips back to Missouri to visit his children and friends, but liked the west the best and always returned. He was the grandfather of 13 and Great grandfather of 29. (obit)" NEAL, William Amos (I10141)
 
28 "Died at his home south of Fairfield, Uncle William Means, age about 75 years. He was a good man, a kind neighbor and a member of the Baptist Church. He was buried in Weaver Cemetery. (obit.)" MEANS, William Brunston (I9916)
 
29 "Fatal illness struck the Roy Peace family in the Palo community resulting in the death of the father and a twelve year old son, Edwin. The mother remains critically ill at the hospital. Death was attributed to typhoid and pneumonia.
According to information from agencies investigating the case, the four oldest children, Jack who is a student in Lincoln High School, Edwin, Jeanette and Lila Jane, all became ill first and were cared for by their parents. The baby of the family, Kerry, 2, remained well and was removed to the home of relatives.
When the parents were also afflicted, and Edwin did not respond satisfactorily to treatment, they entered the hospital. He had been employed on the WPA. 
PEACE, Roy Hushel (I10169)
 
30 "He was an automobile mechanic by trade and also enjoyed gardening. He had a large prolific strawberry patch at his home that was a marvel in neatness as the long rows were carefully tended and kept weed free. This year he had built a two-wheeled cart, using two discarded wheels from a farm implement, a seat from a grain binder and had a place in front to set berry boxes. On this he rode when picking berries, also when weeding the patch. The unusual piece of machinery also had a canopy over it to provide shade, and created a great deal of interest in the neighborhood." MOREE, Robert Lee Jr. (I10196)
 
31 "Henry C. Kroos, 74, of 203 South Franklin, Windsor, died at the Windsor Hospital at 2 am Monday. Mr. Kroos was found at his home Thursday, apparently unconscious from a stroke. He was taken to the hospital but never regained consciousness. The couple make the Windsor area their home, moving there about 25 years ago. (obit)" KROOS, Henry Christian (I10156)
 
32 "Henry H. Means died a his home 2 1/2 miles east of Lewis after an illness of eight days of Bright's disease, was born near Hopkinsville, Christian County, KY., May 5 1812, which would have make him 81 on his next birthday. He received more than a common school education and at an early age read medicine, which he thoroughly understood but never practiced any. After he came to Missouri, he spent most of his time teaching and was very successful. Married twice; to his first wife, Miss Miller, in Kentucky, near where he was raised, and remained there two years, at which time he buried the wife of his youth and babe. Life not being satisfactory, he emigrated west and landed in old Missouri in 1844 and stopped with some of his relatives in the eastern part of Henry County, where he secured a school for a term of several months. He won the affections of Miss Mary Fewell and they were married on the 5th of July 1844 and in the fall they went back to his old home in Kentucky and stayed until spring, when they returned to this state and stayed in Howard County two years, then to Johnson for a short time, then to the western part of Henry for several years and then to the north part of the county and from there to the old homestead where he lived until his death. They had eight children and all are living but one, Mrs. Lou Carroll, who died some two years ago, so five boys and two girls are left to mourn their father's loss. B. F. Means is living in Montgomery County; Z. T. Means is living in East St. Louis and the rest of the children are now making their home in this county.
Although he never belonged to any church, he was a strong believer in religion as taught by the Bible, which he studied until he knew almost every passage and were it would be found. He was brought up according to strict Methodist discipline,o which faith and doctrine he ever adhered. About two years ago after his recovery from an attack of the disease which terminated his life, he resolved to seek God, which he did, and expressed a desire to unite with the old Methodist Church, as he termed it, but for some reason he failed to do so. On the evening of March 28, 1893, his life closed and his remains were borne to the Lewis cemetery, where he was laid by the side of his wife, who died five years ago, and the breezes of the summer will blow softly over their graves."
(15 April 1893 Annals of Henry Co. Mo) 
MEANS, Henry Harrison (I9844)
 
33 "Her girlhood and early life was spent in Benton Co., and she received her education in the Benton County schools. She and her husband lived in Benton Co. for several years and also lived in Johnson Co. and Pettis Co. during their later married life. Since the death of her husband, she has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Pittman.
She was a member of the Warrensburg Baptist Church, transferring membership there from the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church near Lincoln." 
MEANS, Mary Elphia Ann (I9974)
 
34 "Indiana, Marriages, 1811-1959," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XXRF-NB3 : accessed 14 March 2015), Duster E Williams and Clara B Davis, 31 Oct 1897; citing , Daviess, Indiana, county clerk offices, Indiana; FHL microfilm 1,434,557. Davis, Clara B. (I13440)
 
35 "Mrs. Ballew had resided in the LaMonte community for 20 years. She was a member of the LaMonte Methodist Church, a past president of the W.S.C.S. and had taught the young people's Sunday school class at the church. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter No. 106 at Knob Noster, Mo and a member of the Nautilus Club at LaMonte. She had been in poor health for the past several months. GREGORY, Arvella Mildred (I10191)
 
36 "Mrs. Catherine Means died of pneumonia. Her death is deeply felt in this community. Her physician Dr. Hooser gave up hopes of her recovery Monday of this week and a consultation was held with Dr. Nelms and Dr. Harvey Savage of Warsaw, but her case was beyond medical treatment. Her remains were taken to Weaver Cemetery in which community she lived before moving to Fairfield a year ago. (Obit.)"
Note: Catherine and William's gravestones were moved to L.P. Union Cemetery when Truman Lake came in. 
BIRD, Catherine I. (I9965)
 
37 "Very softly the death angel entered her farm home near Fairfield and a beloved mother found lasting rest from many weeks of patient suffering.' They spent their entire life in Benton County. COX, Missouri Angeline (I10025)
 
38 "When about seven years of age, his parents moved to Clinton, where he lived until the war broke out. When a young man, he served over a year in the state militia, but on account of his regiment not being mustered in, he was unable to get a pension. He moved to Benton County in 1863. In 1887 during a protracted meeting at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, he made his peace, calling and election sure with God, and united with the church of which he lived a faithful member until God saw fit to take him to His home above. He will be greatly missed as a member. He was true to the church and true to God's cause, and he will be remembered at Mt. Pleasant. He was a kind husband to his wife, loving and affectionate to his children, and was always ready and willing to lend a helping hand to all his friends and neighbors. He was confined to his bed about three months, but was patient in all his suffering. (obit.)"
"Fielding Wilhite (my grandfather) served as school teacher, surveyor and later carried the mail, horseback, from Lexington, Boonville, Sedalia, Warsaw and Clinton before the Civil war... He was blind in one eye and unable to serve in the regular army during the Civil War, so he enlisted in the State Militia and served under Capt. Miller and Lt. Douglas, hauling supplies for the army. He had many narrow escapes, but said the Lord always delivered him. Once at night he was surrounded by the enemy and managed to get among a herd of cattle. He cut the strap from the bell from around the cow's neck and crawling on his stomach, jingling the bell now and then, he escaped through the woods.
Most of their married life after the war was spent on a farm south of Linclon, Mo. near Mt. Pleasant Church where they were faithful members. I have the container in which Grandfather took wine to church for "Communion Service". Grandmother made the unleaven bread for the service. They were known as Uncle Whig and Aunt Sarah."
(Imo Means Pfetcher)" 
MEANS, Fielding Wilhite (I9917)
 
39 "Wm. Burnston Means left his plantation hear Knoxville, Tenn., in charge of a son, Wm. Burnston II, and came to Missouri, never to return. He was accompanied by his son, Fielding Wilhite Means, and settled at Clinton in the early 1800's."
"Wm. B. Means was a pioneer of Clinton as well as of Henry County. He was granted an extensive tract of land from the U.S. Government early in the 1800's, part of which was later to become a large part of the town of Clinton. The old Means residence was located on the corner of the block just south of the T.O. Smith home now occupied by Miss Ella Smith. Mr. Means and his family once owned and operated a tavern here for the accommodation of travelers in stage coaches. (by Mrs. Robert L. Moree, Jr.)" 
MEANS, William Brunston (I9906)
 
40 'desolate young lady' MEANS, Ruth (I10646)
 
41 (listed as 2, 27, 1696 in Old Style records) Wickersham, Ann (I9110)
 
42 ...died at the family home on Tuesday after many month's illness. He was born near Windsor and had he lived until next March would have been 74 years of age. The Means family came to this section in 1832 and were one of our pioneer families.
Mr. Means taught school for a number of years and at one time taught in the Windsor High School. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star and was the oldest living past master of the Windsor Lodge. For some time he was associated with his father-in-law, N. B. Cannon, in the grocery and book business. He served Windsor Township for several terms as assessor and failing health necessitated his retirement. When the star routes were in vogue in many parts of the country he was engaged in the letting of mail routes. However, for the past year or more he has not followed any active pursuits because of poor health. He was a good citizen and a man in whom all had confidence and he enjoyed the respect and esteem of all. 
MEANS, Finis Ewing (I10577)
 
43 ...In 1818 William Means, Jr. was born. He grew to manhood, following agricultural pursuits. He married Susan Pursley, near Hopkinsville, on the place now owned by Rev. Walker, and in 1843 they removed to the adjoining county of Trigg, where he served for some years as Deputy Sheriff. Mrs. Susan Means was born in 1822 and died of apoplexy of the heart in 1875. William Means died in February, 1878. They had a family of eight children: Sarah A., wife of W. H. West of Hopkinsville; Pinkey D., who was killed at Garrettsburg, while in the Confederate Army; Lucy A., deceased wife of John Prince; John H., Josiah M. and James William, all of Washington County, Illinois, and Lucien W. Means, whose name heads this sketch. Besides these, one son, Samuel A. Means, died in childhood.
(Counties of Christian and Trigg, Kentucky. Historical and Biographical; Edited by William Henry Perrin; F. A. Battey Publishing Co. 1884; p. 385
MEANS, William S. (I9875)
 
44 1 1/2 miles south of Windsor on his property MEANS, Robert Stevens (I9838)
 
45 1 son. Belcher, Vicki (I8617)
 
46 1) John KEEVER (1813-1888) married Susan MYERS (1813-1893) and they raised their family in Mifflin Co., PA. They lived there until at least 1870 and then moved to Jewell County, Kansas. Parents of five children: Robert, William, Mary A., George and John H.

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/INWHITE/2009-12/1260652813 
Keever, John (I13373)
 
47 12 years old when Mother died. Lewis, Alta May (I8879)
 
48 1819 The will of John Goddard is written. Recorded January 3, 1820 in Fleming county, KY. the transcription
follows:
In the name of God, Amen. I John Goddard sen'r of the county of Fleming in the state of Kentucky finding myself
weak in body, but being properly sound in mind and memory, thanks be to God, and calling into mind the
mortality of my body, and knowing that it is appointed for all men over to die, do make and ordain this my last
will and testament, that is to say, principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hand of God
who gives it, and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in a decent and christian manner at the
descretion of my executors nothing doubting but at the funeral resurrection I shall receive the same again by the
mighty power of God. And as touching such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me with in this
life I give devide and disperse of in Following maner and from that is to say principally and first of all I give and
bequeath to Mary my beloved wife the one third of the price of all the property belonging to my estate, both real
and personal except the tract of land where William Walker and John Littleton Sr now lives, which I give and
bequeath to my daughter Leander for her part of my estate, and the balance of my estate, both real and personal
that it be offered to public sale and the balance over and above my wife's said third shall be equally divided
amoung my children and my five Grand Daughters, to wit, my son Joseph Goddard, my son James Goddard, my
son John Goddard, my daughter Sally Plunnisis(?), my daughter Nancy Conrad, my daughter Sucky Pitts, my
granddaughter Polly Pitts, my granddaughter Hannah Pitts, my grand daughter Nancy Pitts, my grand daughter
Sally Pitts, my grand daughter Sucky Pitts, and further my will is that my wife's said third part be equally divided
amoung my six children, My sons Joseph, James, John, my daughters Sally, Nancy, and Sucky, and furthermore I
do hereby ordain and appoint John Pitts and Moses Thompson to be the sole executors of this my last will and
testament and no other ----and I hereby disavul revoke and disclaim all and every other former wills or testaments
that might have heretofore been made as assigned by me, and do declare, publish and confirm, and establish this
and no other to be my last will and testament, and in testimony of the above, I have hereunto set my hand and
affixed my seal this Twenty third day of November 1819.
In presence of } John Goddard {seal}

Also,
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/o/n/Michael-D-Hone/GENE1-0022.html 
Goddard, William John (I8756)
 
49 1850 Census has him as "John Draper", born about 1790 in VA, living with 3 children (Moseby, Eliza, Addison) and Addison's wife Rebecca, with the Thornton Langhorne family in Jefferson, Johnson County, MO.

1860 Census has him as "John Draper", age 70, living with his daughter Clarrissa Snelling and her family in Tebo, Henry County, MO. 
DRAPER, Mary (I10556)
 
50 1850 Howard Co., Missouri census with parents
1860 Rocheport, Moniteau Twp., Howard Co., MO census #484-472with parents
1900 No Moniteau, Howard Co., MO census #116-116 with Mary 
SHIELDS, LaFayette (I12051)
 

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