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1401 She received her elementary education in Benton and Hickory Counties and was a graduate of the Green Ridge High School. She attended and received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Central Missouri State Teachers College at Warrensburg, MO. She taught school for a number of years in Johnson County and at Raytown MO. They lived all of their married life in Pettis County and since 1961 had made their home in Sedalia. Mrs. Pittman was a member of the Dresden Methodist Chruch. BALLEW, Bessie Mildred (I10048)
 
1402 She remarried later to John Yocum. 6-30-1878 Sneed, Isabel (I5741)
 
1403 She was 104 and was only 2 months shy of living in 3 different centuries. MEANS, Genevieve Virginia (I10068)
 
1404 She was a member of the Lakeside Hospital Auxiliary, was past president of the Auxiliary to the Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, a member of the Jackson County Osteopathic Auxiliary and was active and well known in other civic and social groups of Kansas City. JOHNSON, Colene Alice (I11719)
 
1405 She was a native of Muskingum Co., Ohio, and had come to Illinois when she was 12 years old. Thompson, Sarah (I9336)
 
1406 She was an inspector for Briny-Martin Garment Manufacturing, Kansas City. She was a member of Ruskin Heights Baptist Church, Kansas City. MEANS, Goldie Mae (I10035)
 
1407 She was born 1 week before her Mother's death. Died in infancy. Lewis, Emma Belle (I8868)
 
1408 She was born on what
is known as the Simpson Farm located just west of town. 
WILLIAMS, SARAH JANE (I916)
 
1409 She was one of the first white children born in Washington.
http://history.wdgordon.com/gedcom/p5.htm#i131 
LeForgee, Justena (I8735)
 
1410 She was the daughter of Edward & Anna (Higgins) Larue. LARUE, Anna Mae (I12174)
 
1411 She worked in the Williams Grain Company in Colfax, IL according to her daughter Esther in a letter dated April, 2014. Farrell, Hazel (I4549)
 
1412 Sherman was kicked in the head by a horse in 1901 and died . He left behind his wife and 6 young children. The children were taken to a Chicago Orphange and split up around the Midwest. Huffman, Sherman (I249)
 
1413 Single MEANS, William Hayden (I10056)
 
1414 Single MATNEY, Susan C. (I12303)
 
1415 Sister of Elizabeth Morgan who married Lafayette Elston first. Morgan, Ellen (I579)
 
1416 Sister to Guy Morris husband of her sister-in-law Thelma. MORRIS, May (I11811)
 
1417 Soldier in Revolutionary War Murrah, Charles (I787)
 
1418 Soldier. Died on the Saline River in Arkansas during the Civil War while in the Confederate Army. MEANS, William Henry (I10580)
 
1419 Some pf Wash's kids come from:
http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/FELTS/2006-04/1144120400 
Family F212
 
1420 Some researchers now believe John Means was born about 1687 In Basking Ridge, Somerset, New Jersey and was the son of John Means born about 1665 in Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Ireland. This John Means born about 1665, died about 1742 in Burlington County, New Jersey. Means, John (I8652)
 
1421 Some time after their marriage they settled in Lewis County, but later decided to try a new country and came to Illinois in 1824, settling in the southern part of that which was to be Vermilion County. Mrs. Dickson died that year at the age of forty-eight. Mr. Dickson survived her but three years when he died from typhus fever.
- TJ Cochran
Added: Feb. 17, 2009 
Means, Phebe (I12893)
 
1422 Son of Alfred Alonzo & Louisa (Browning) Haddock HADDOCK, Charles Saunders (I12179)
 
1423 Son of David Samuel Lamme. LAMME, Rudolph W. (I11142)
 
1424 Son of Durward J. Faries and Rachael B. Shipton. FARIES, Durward I. Jr. (I9825)
 
1425 Son of Jonathan D. and Martha Cruse Ricketts. RICKETS, Samuel C. (I12067)
 
1426 Son of Lewis Jesse L J Preston ROBINSON and Alpha Laverne Marriott.
In the 1930s Paul and several of his brothers were involved in the CCC which had a work program.
They were stationed near Chesapeake which is 7 miles east of Mt. Vernon. The project involved construction of a dam for a fish hatchery. Today the fish hatchery is operated by the Missouri Dept. of Conservation. 
ROBINSON, Paul Clifford (I12767)
 
1427 Son of Maryfern (Martin) and Royal Jay Bartrum. He was graduated from University High School with the class of 1965 where he was the valedictorian. He was graduated magna cum laude from Williams College with a bachelor of arts degree, with highest honors in English and was Phi Beta Kappa. At Cambridge University, England he was the Keasbey Memorial Scholar and received a bachelor of arts honours and masters of arts degree. He was a Princeton University Fellow from 1972 to 1975 and received a PhD there in 1976. He had worked as a free lance editor and writer. He had been senior editor for the Edison Electrical Institute in Washington, D.C. and at the time of his death was the senior editor and speech writer for the postmaster general. He was survived by his parents, one brother Dr. Royal J Bartrum, Jr. and two nephews.  Bartrum, Barry Allan (I722)
 
1428 Son of Preston J. Underwood and Sarah F. Arnspiger UNDERWOOD, James McCoy (I11149)
 
1429 Son of Samuel Stevens, Brush Valley, PA Stevens, John (I3693)
 
1430 Son of Ulysees Grant Stotts and
Martha Jane Jarvis. 
STOTTS, Benjamin Nathan (I12744)
 
1431 Son of William Presley Waggoner and Mary
Alice Gardener 
WAGGONER, William Turrell Presley (I12753)
 
1432 SON OF WILLIAM PRESTON CRUMBAKER & HARRIET NIDA HARRIS CRUMBAKER, William Harris (I6484)
 
1433 Son of William Thomas and Margaret Ann Bannister Owsley. OWSLEY, George Wright (I12642)
 
1434 Son, David said he was from the Pekin, IL area. Hasty, Glenn (I4547)
 
1435 Source Edith Kaspar. Source Source: S42 (S42)
 
1436 Specialist First Class Guymon died in a hospital where he had undergone surgery. He has served 16 years in the Army and was presently with the 6th Military Intelligence Company. GUYMON, Donald Wayne (I10412)
 
1437 Started the first tavern in Ohio and had a brewery in Zanesville which he ran until 1832. Ballentine, Hugh (I524)
 
1438 still living 1900 McFeeters, Anna A. (I1100)
 
1439 Still unmarried in 1912. Williams, Elzena (I520)
 
1440 Stillborn Martin, Lonia Madaline (I110)
 
1441 Stillborn Brown, Gene (I3940)
 
1442 Stone says she died Nov. 8, 1864. Apparently Rebecca was living with her children from her second marriage in the 1850 Census of Linton twp, Coshocton Co, OH. Williams, Rebecca (I15)
 
1443 Suffered a stroke on Dec. 23, 1993 at her home. Wiggins, Nellie (I4406)
 
1444 Susannah BAKER was born about 1755.(1307) She was living in 1840 in Greenbrier VA. She Moved to: Kanawha Co. VA in 1844.(1308) She executed a will on Jun 2 1845 in Kanawha Co. VA.(1309) Widow's Pension W-6742 Baker, Susannah (I8381)
 
1445 Sweaney Family Tree Book has a large number of his descendants. Means, William (I8654)
 
1446 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Williams, Charles Pownall (I8269)
 
1447 Taught in Kansas until 1898 at which time he joined the faculty at the A&M College in Stillwater and taught mathematics and later, in 1905, astronomy.
[Michael Grandison Means] 
MEANS, James Washington (I10676)
 
1448 Ted Williams and his wife Isabel have collected an extremely large database on the WILLIAMS family line. Theodore was a navigator in a B24 bomber during WW II based out of Australia. Williams, Theodore Joseph (I3426)
 
1449 Thanks to James D. Bullock of Amarillo TX for his research on the descendents of the John Willey Means family. MEANS, John Wiley (I10652)
 
1450 The 1870 Census list James B. as a Clergyman. Williams, James B. (I60)
 

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