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1451 The Campbell Clan date their lineage back to the time Constantine ruled the Britons, 404-420. Constantine was supposed to have been the grandfather of Arthur of the Round Table.
They were one of the strongest clans in Scotland. About 1200 they had increased so the small village would not support them and they began to spread around the world.
They founded six settlements in the U.S. , one in Conn. where Alanson was born in 1781. He was the father of Warren, who moved to NY and was the father of Warren Crossman Campbell. 
Campbell, Alanson (I13640)
 
1452 The Kansas City Star, Friday, January 28, 1994, Metropolitan Edition
Paul Scobee
Paul Scobee, 74, Lee's Summit, died Jan. 27, 1994, at home. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Oakland cemetery, Moberly, Mo. The family requests no flowers and suggests contributions to the Kansas City Police benefit Association. Mr. Scobee was born in Macon Mo., and lived in this area most of his life. He was a Kansas City police officer for 25 years, retiring in 1976. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church. Survivors include his wife, Mary Kathryn Scobee of the home, a son, Paul Joseph Scobee, Raymore in Cass County; two daughters, Julie G. Hicks, Lee's Summit, and Judy F. Robling, Belton; and nine grandchildren. 
SCOBEE, Paul E. (I11771)
 
1453 The McWilliams and Means cousins came together to Missouri. When they arrived in Lexington Mo, in Lafayette Co, James Cravens Means and Elva Ann McWilliams were married by David McWilliams, Justice of the Peace - possible Elva's father! There is mention in the Buchanan County History of a Minnie McWilliams, a daughter of David and Elizabeth McWilliams. Minnie was married to George Hersch, son of Martin Hersch 12 Sept. 1869. These may be Elva Ann's people. Later Elva Ann was called Elvira.
Charles Stinnett records that James C. and Elvira were second cousins. This could mean that Elvira's mother was Anna Allison (married David McWilliams) and Anna's father, William Allison, would have to be brother to Mary Ann Allison the wife of our William Means #1.
Can anyone confirm that Mary is the sister of William Allison, the Children of Robert and Francis Allison?

The 'Buchanan County History' published by the Missouri River Heritage Society, has a section on the Allison Family. It pinpoints an ancestor, Robert Allison, Living in northeast South Carolina in the 1750's, probably a son of James Allison, (James most likely from PA). Robert's will, in Laurens Co, SC, 1791, mentions a wife Frances and 15 children... 9 sons and 6 daughters. Most, of not all, of the sons gave service in the Revolution, and afterwards, most left South Carolina. William, son of Robert, (ca 1750), married in SC about 1770 Eleanor __. The known children of William and Eleanor Allison were: Robert, m. Rebecca McClure; John Alexander, 1772-1781; Jane m. Thomas Chapman; Catherine, m. William Hadwick; Anna, m. David McWilliams (These are the parents of Elvira McWilliams who married James Cravens Means); and two daughters, names unknown. The fate of Wiliam and Eleanor is a mystery! All their sons (and probably daughters also) left KY in adulthood, and present information indicates the parents, in the sixties, also left to start anew elsewhere. There is believed to be a connection between these Allisons and Elizabeth Allison McKinley, mother of the President.
Contributed by Elva Marie Brock McGiboney. 
MEANS, James Cravens (I10642)
 
1454 The name Gasper was for a good friend of John Bradford who served in the Revolutionary War under a Sergeant Gasper. He became so attached to him that he named a son, just older than James B. Bradford, Gasper Bradford. Then James named his third son James Gasper. Bradford, Gasper (I9355)
 
1455 The sons and daughters of James Williams and Rebecca Johnston have been found on his will. Most likely James and Rebecca are buried in Juniata Co.PA in the Lower Tuscarora Cemetary at the Tuscarora Academy. Their farm was 89 acres of land located in a peninsula of land formed by a small bend in the Tuscarora river about 2 miles S. of Academia, PA. James' signature is on the original will in the Mifflin Co. Court House . Previous to Juniata Co. there was land warranted to James in 1753 on the S. Slope of Blue Mountain near Carlisle, PA Williams, James (I1)
 
1456 The Valley Falls New Era
Thursday
May 16, 1907

Death of Mrs. McKeever.

Mrs. Elvira Means McKEEVER, wife of Archibald McKEEVER, died Tuesday morning at her home in Topeka after an illness dating back to last winter, when she sustained a fractured hip as the result of a fall. Mrs. McKEEVER was born in Ray County, mo., 1842, and would have been 65 years old next month. She came to Kansas in 1859 and two years later married Archibald McKEEVER. They lived on a farm near Valley Falls until their removal to Topeka in 1903. Mrs. McKEEVER is survived by her husband and six sons; E.D. McKEEVER, Topeka; J.R. McKEEVER and H.S. McKEEVER, Oklahoma City; G.V. McKEEVER, Valley Falls; Prof. W.A. McKEEVER, Manhattan, and H.G. McKEEVER, Enid, Ok.
The funeral was held from the Methodist church here Thursday at 10 o'clock, Rev. C.S. ZOOK officiating at the services. All the sons and the father, many relatives and friends were in attendance. The body was laid to rest in Rose Hill cemetery by the side of her son Joseph and a daughter.
Extracted by James Laird 
MEANS, Elvira (I10656)
 
1457 The will of Samuel WIlliams mentioned a daughter, named Elizabeth with a married name of Piper. A cousin researching the Piper Line had a Henry Piper marrying an Elizabeth Williams who both later moved to Coshocton Co., OH. where I know a large group of the WIlliams Clan moved to and settled. Their ages also coincide nicely. Piper, Henry (I8144)
 
1458 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Elston, Fern (I289)
 
1459 Their son Morgan was one of atleast 8 children. Murrah, Ambrose (I789)
 
1460 Their son William Washington Murrah was one of possibly 10 children. Murrah, Morgan (I791)
 
1461 Thelma L. Farris, 91, of Winchester, KS., died Saturday, October 17, 2009 at Stormont-Vail Hospital. Thelma was born September 2, 1918 at McLouth, the daughter of Matthew and Devena Seybold Woodhead. She was a 1936 graduate of McLouth High School. She was married to Eldon E. Dick Farris on November 27, 1938 at McLouth, he preceded her in death on July 17, 1992. Thelma was a homemaker and assisted her husband as a clerk for their Auction company for 50 years. She also served as the Winchester News Correspondent for the Oskaloosa Independent and Atchison Globe newspapers for many years. She was a member of the Winchester United Methodist Church, serving as piano player for many years, and was a member of the United Methodist Women. She was a member of the Plum Grove Grange, the County Line Ext Unit and the Senior Citizens, all of Winchester. Survivors include three Sons, Thomas Eugene (Theresa) Farris, McLouth, Ronald Grant (Margaret) Farris, Winchester, Lonnie Dean (Tyra) Farris, Meriden, two Brothers, Marcus Woodhead, McLouth, Marlin Woodhead, Desoto, KS., three Sisters, Helen Bates, Rose Hill, Myrtice Fuqua, Hesston, Anabel Knapp, Easton, 10 Grandchildren and 12 Great-Grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a Daughter, Bonnie Jean Farris in 1949. Funeral Services will be at 10:00 AM, Tuesday at the Winchester United Methodist Church. Burial will be at McLouth Cemetery. WOODHEAD, Thelma L. (I12851)
 
1462 They had no children. Williams, Ada Lettie (I3652)
 
1463 They had no children. Williams, Martha Clodia (I3653)
 
1464 They had no children. Family F13003
 
1465 They had no children. Family F12896
 
1466 They had NO children. Family F12988
 
1467 They had NO children. Family F12990
 
1468 They had NO children. Family F12992
 
1469 They had No children. Family F13000
 
1470 They had NO children. Family F13524
 
1471 They had no knownd children. Means, Eliza (I8975)
 
1472 They moved to Ormond Beach because Cora had pneumonia three times in one winter and the doctors told mom that she would die if she stayed in KY so they moved south. My father-in-law (Rhea Sr.) moved to Hopkinsville after business school to work for Bordon Co. as a bookkeeper and lived across the street from my mother-in-law (Mary Yost) in a boarding house. Cora (Means Yost) was deceased and so was her little brother (George Robert Yost). Martha Nunez Van Arsdall

 
VAN ARSDALL, Rhea Thomas (I12876)
 
1473 They recieved landgrants in Greenbrie, Va. In 1793 they migrated to Mason Co. Ky. She had 9 children. Jameson, Jane (I8737)
 
1474 They were allegedly in Virginia by 1770's. By 1790's they had moved on to Rockingham, NC where they died around 1822. Means, Robert (I13487)
 
1475 They were not fortunate to celebrate an 8th wedding anniversary as my dad went active duty during the Vietnam war and was KIA 8 April 1967. GIBSON, David Parker (I12890)
 
1476 Third child of his mother, who is 26 years old SHIELDS, William Turner (I12054)
 
1477 This link looks like it could be our line. They have a Johannes Lanz V b. september 22, 1861 in Hattwyl, Switzerland, do they mean Huttwil ?? and died November 18, 1929 in Fish Lake, somewhere. Lanz, John (I305)
 
1478 This Anliker family emigrated to USA in 1891 Anliker, Alfred (I3991)
 
1479 This child was born after the 1860 census, but was not on the 1870 census. Willie came into his parents house around Thanksgiving, but was taken away only a few weeks after Christmas. Since there was only one person in his immediate family that had passed away before him, Willie was layed to rest with a small headstone beside his Grandpa Richard Williams Jr. Williams, William (Willie) (I77)
 
1480 This child was on the 1870 census for Lawndale Twp. McLean Co. Il., but was only 5 months old at the time and was born in OHIO! Apparently Alexander had just migrated out to Il. to work a neighboring farm to his brother Perry. Williams, William (I506)
 
1481 This early part of the tree appears a little soft. A good reference though is the Sweaney Family History.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/w/e/Andrea-L-Sweaney-kennedy-FL/PDFBOOK1.pdf 
Means, John (I8666)
 
1482 This family moved to Rockingham Co., N.C. and raised 5 children. Ransome was a Revolutionary War Veteran, a dragoon in the First VA. Regiment. Colquitt, Ransome (I8385)
 
1483 This family was discovered in handwritten notes in the McMackin Archives, McLean Co. Museum, Bloomington, IL.
Died 4 o'clock in the morning aged 79 Years 3 Months and 9 Days. 
McMackin, Thomas (I8796)
 
1484 This is my Great Aunt Mary Brandt of Colfax. She lived in the Chocalate stripped house. She was the oldest of 12 kids whom all passed on before her except her youngest sister. Lanz, Maria Anna (I315)
 
1485 This is the notes for Alexander. Chun, Alexander (I5082)
 
1486 This is the oldest known Murrah as researched by Betty June Murrah. Their son Ambrose was one of at least six children. Murrah, Charles (I787)
 
1487 This link of Lewis to father Beverly comes from his GGG Grandson CB Coslow of Boulder CO, 1997. Baker, Lewis (I5742)
 
1488 This man is the 4th generation in a five generation picture in the Williams family history by John Randall Williams 1992. Moved to Hunter, OK in 1909 along with son. James and Nancy were back visiting Colfax 3 years later when James took a cold and died only days later. Williams, James Mitchell (I73)
 
1489 This man said his Grandfather John Huffman had killed Tom Brown just as Tom was killing his younger brother Daniel Huffman. Howard was a small boy at the time living in the town of the incident. Shewmaker, Howard (I5677)
 
1490 This man was called Grandpa Highpockets. He was killed when kicked in the head by a horse on his farm. Horse had grudge against Clarence because he frequently whipped them. He was a 32nd Degree Mason. Elston, Samuel Clarence (I281)
 
1491 This may be Anna J. Baker in a census with her father Oliver Perry Baker. Lot 150, Section 9, buried along with brother, James T. Lived in Solway, Minn. Baker, Annie Jane (I225)
 
1492 This seems totally mixed up.
http://www.geni.com/people/Elizabeth-Elmore-Shumaker/4759136752280023788

or this:
http://www.millersofwashingtoncounty.org/gedcom/dat17.html#10 
Shewmaker, Elizabeth (I5919)
 
1493 This union is from

http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wayland/wayland/pafg14.htm#3229 
Huffman, Eve (I8587)
 
1494 This was either Sarah's middle name or spouse. Taken from handritten notes. McLean County Museum, McMackin Archive. Gordon (I8853)
 
1495 This was his christening date in Salter, England. Source Source: S25 (S25)
 
1496 This was Lesta's 'little' sister that died along with her infant during child birth. Married before Lesta, smaller boned, and very pretty. According to Betty June Murrah, Bessie died before child birth. Murrah, Bessie Pearl (I269)
 
1497 This William MAY be the one found in Fleming Co. KY on the 1850 Census as a 68 year old Male.

http://kykinfolk.org/fleming/1850flem551.html
 
Pitts, William (I8701)
 
1498 Thomas and Alice were both born in England and were immigrants to the colonies in Chester Co. PA around 1700.
From will: Date: 16 Jun 1730
Prove Date: 20 Aug 1730
Book Page: A:321
Remarks: Wickersham, Thomas. Marlborough. Husbandman. June 16, 1730. August 20, 1730. A.321. To wife Alice the plantation I now possess during widowhood afterward to son James paying to son Richard 10. To son Isaac 10. To son Thomas 1 shilling. To son John 5 shillings. To son William 5 shillings. To daughter Ann and Alice 5 shillings each. To daughters Elizabeth and Jane 20 shillings each. To son in law Wm. Wilton the 2 city lotts. Executors: wife Alice and son Richard. 
Wickersham, Thomas (I5690)
 
1499 Thomas came to Lexington, Il in 1852 from Big Bolling Springs, Kentucky. Rode on horse back the whole way. He and his wife were the first to be batized in the Mackinaw river near Towanda, IL. 1870 Census in Lexington Twp. shows Thomas and Martha having children by the names of Charles C., Washington, Ben A., Fannie, and William I.. Grimsley, Thomas J. (I4210)
 
1500 Thomas L., b. 1848 in Randolph Co., AR; d. Nov. 22, 1872, in Jackson Co., AR; m. May 24, 1871, in Jackson County, Mary E. ``Molly'' Harrison, b. July 27, 1854, near Tuckerman, AR, died Nov. 10, 1920, daughter of Robert and Isabella (Means) Harrison, who moved to Arkansas from Kentucky in 1848. Thomas owned thirty volumes of law books, purchased from attorney John W. Stayton, a Jacksonport, AR, lawyer. James Y. Harrison was appointed administrator of his estate. Mrs. Coe married (2) March 7, 1878, in Jackson Co., AR, Charles Benjamin Coe, son of Thomas and Sarah A. (Coleman) Coe. COE, Thomas L. (I11832)
 

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