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51 1870 Census Mercer Co. Ky Source (S20)
 
52 1870 census. Source (S13)
 
53 1880 Census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Heny MEANS Self M Male W 53 KY Physician KY KY
Carrie MEANS Wife M Female W 41 IL Keeping House KY NY
Samuel H. MEANS Son S Male W 24 KY Laborer KY IL
Eddie J. MEANS Son M Male W 22 KY Laborer KY IL
Annie MEANS Dau S Female W 16 AR At Home KY IL
Fannie MEANS Dau S Female W 16 AR At Home KY IL
Adaline MEANS DauL M Female W 23 KY At Home UNKNOWN UNKNOWN
Cornelia MEANS GDau S Female W 2 KY At Home KY KY
Georgia WALKER Other S Female MU 2 AR Ar AR ---
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Source Information:
Census Place Dallas, Polk, Arkansas
Family History Library Film 1254053
NA Film Number T9-0053
Page Number 506B 
MEANS, Henry C (I9936)
 
54 1880 census shows a Walter Bracken (25)married to a Margaret (22) and a Cora L. (21) in Jefferson Co, Pa. Bracken, Walter Bell (I1984)
 
55 1880 Cenus https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MX2M-MMJ Barter, William (I8207)
 
56 1880 Mercer Co. Ky Census Vandivier, Palmira (I582)
 
57 1880 PO Clinton, Henry Co., MO., Dist. 173
418 Levi Means, w, m, 33, married, laborer, MO KY MO
Margaret, w, f, 35, wife, keep house, MO VA VA
Rosa, w, f, 9, daughter, single, MO MO MO
Emma, w, f, 6, daughter, single, MO MO MO
Mary, w, f, 3, daughter, single, MO MO MO
Arthur, w, m, 7m, b Sept, single, MO MO MO
Wm. B. Means, w, m, 81, Grandfather, widowed, KY KY KY
*Fielding Means, w, m, 39, Brother, single, MO KY MO

I think this is the albino who died old in the county home, in 1925, not his uncle Fielding Wilhite, who died in 1908. The obituary seems to say that he was the son of William B., but people in Clinton Mo, who remember him say, no, he was the grandson of William B. 
MEANS, Fielding J. (I9948)
 
58 1900 Census shows him in Bell Twp. Jefferson Co. and moving to Westmoreland Co. by 1910. Williams, Clawson Ellsworth (I957)
 
59 1900 Census shows him living in Clayville, PA. Williams, Bracken (I971)
 
60 1900 Rheas Mill Twsp., Washington Co., AR
95 96 John H. Woodruff, head, m, w, 60, married 13yrs, AR TN IN Territory, farmer,
Rhoda E., wife, f, w, Dec 1863, 37, married 13yrs, 2 children, 2 living, MO KY MO
Clarence H., son, m, w, Aug 1887, 12, single, AR AR MO
Ethel S., daughter, w, f, Aug 1899, 10, single, AR AR MO
*Sophia Means, Mother-in-law, f, w, Apr 1823, 77, widow, 1 child, 1 living, MO VA KY

 
TOLSON, Sophia Crews (I11268)
 
61 1900 Rheas Mill Twsp., Washington Co., AR
95 96 John H. Woodruff, head, m, w, 60, married 13yrs, AR TN IN Territory, farmer,
Rhoda E., wife, f, w, Dec 1863, 37, married 13yrs, 2 children, 2 living, MO KY MO
Clarence H., son, m, w, Aug 1887, 12, single, AR AR MO
Ethel S., daughter, w, f, Aug 1899, 10, single, AR AR MO
Sophia Means, Mother-in-law, f, w, Apr 1823, 77, widow, 1 child, 1 living, MO VA KY 
WOODRUFF, John W. (I11313)
 
62 1910 Census shows Henry living in Derry twp. Westmoreland Co. PA next to his brother Clawson E. Williams. Williams, Henry Peter (I954)
 
63 1917-1918 WWI Draft Registration Cards
Ernest Lee Shields, age 27, residence Sedan, Nebr
Born Feb 5, 1890, Fayette, MO, natural born
Occupation: farmer, Sedan, Nebraska
Has wife and 3yr old child, does not claim exemption
Signed Ernest Shields
Med height, slender build, blue eyes, black hair, not bald, no disabilities
June 5, 1917, Logan Precinct, Clay Co., Nebraska
* * *
Ernest Lee Shields Dead.

Ernest Lee Shields, formerly of this county, died at his home at Edgar, Nebraska, April 20, 1929, at the age of thirty-nine years.

Mr. Shields was a son of the late Lafayette and Mary Shields, of Howard County, and was born five miles east of Fayette February 5, 1890. He was married to Edna Earl Moon December 21, 1910, and to this union one son, John Bedford, was born. His wife and son, two sisters, Mrs. Bessie McMillan and Mrs. Ollie Settle, and five brothers, Gus, Turner, Frank, Montie and Orville, all of Howard County, survive.

He moved with his wife and son to Edgar, Neb., in 1915 and the family has since resided there. In early life he united with the Baptist Church at Mt. Gilead and after moving to Nebraska became a member of the Methodist Church of which he was a faithful member until the time of his death.

Those attending from this county were Mrs. Bessie McMillan, Mrs. Ollie Settle, Turner Shields, Mr. and Mrs. Montie Shields, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Moon, also Mr. and Mrs. Ed. B. Maxwell, of Huntsdale.
April 30, 1929 The Fayette Advertiser (Missouri) 
SHIELDS, Earnest Lee (I12055)
 
64 1920 census shows Ralph E. Goul Son in Law but Ralph is only 13--either the age must be wrong or the relationship. It could be that Ralph should be 23 and that he was married to Ruth who, in which case, may have died.

 
BOZARTH, Ruth (I11666)
 
65 1930 Census: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X7Q7-83Q

http://www.ksgennet.org/ks/ek/bios/BarterWilliamEbio.html
William E. Barter, dental surgeon since 1894, was born in Atilla, Illinois, November 13, 1869, son of William and Margaret (McIntryre) Barter. The father, a native of England, died at Atilla, in January 1895. He was a farmer and horticulturist, descended from James Barter who came to America in 1860. Margaret McIntryre was born in Canada, and died in Williamson County, Illinois, October 1913.
William E. Barter attended country school and Illinois State Normal School. He was a student in the medical department of Lake Forest University from 1889 until 1894, and was graduated from the medical and dental departments of Marion Sims (now St. Louis) University at St. Louis. He was active in athletics both at Illinois State Normal and Lake Forest University.
On September 30, 1896, Dr. Barter was married to Addie Pearl Lasater at McLeansboro, Illinois. She was born there on November 18, 1874, daughter of Absalom A. and Alice (Allen) Lasater. The following children were born to Dr. and Mrs. Barter: Leland L. September 28, 1899, attended Kansas University and Columbia University of New York, and accompanied Rear Admiral Byrd on his two year expedition to the South Pole in 1928 in the engineering department; Harry A., born December 4, 1901, married Blanch Ervin; Dorothy, born May 9, 1903, married Raymond Leydig. Dorothy completed a course at Stevens College in Columbia, Missouri, and one at Kansas University. She taught physical education three years at Kansas University. Harry was also a student at Kansas University.
Dr. Barter is a Republican. He is a member of the national, State, District and County Dental Associations, the Red Cross, the Chamber of Commerce of which he is now president, the Modern Woodmen of America, the Knights of Pythias, and the Masons. He is a member of the Methodist church. His favorite sports are golf, football and tennis, while his hobby is mechanics.
Residence: Longton. 
Barter, William Easterbrook (I8217)
 
66 1930 Twin Falls, Twin Falls Co., ID., Dist. 32
72 72 James H. Dunaway, head, m, w, 68, widowed, AR TN IN
Rose Allen, daughter, f, w, 42, married at 20, AR AR IN
Catherine Allen, grandaughter, f, w, 17, single, ID OH AR
Granville G. Allen, son-in-law, m, w, 51, married at 29, OH OH OH 
ALLEN, Granville G. (I12437)
 
67 1993 living in Indiana, Pa. Bracken, Twinem Ralph (I2104)
 
68 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bracken, Viola (I1361)
 
69 1www.mytrees.com/ancestry/Kentucky/Born-1806/Pi/Pitts-family/Nancy-Pitts-wi001918-31.html

2 http://www.mytrees.com/ancestry/Kentucky/Born-1806/Pi/Pitts-family/Nancy-Pitts-wi001918-31.html  
Riggs, William M. (I8782)
 
70 2) Elizabeth KEEVER (1816-1860) married Samuel McCLINTIC (1810-1859). Married in Mifflin Co., PA c1837 and moved to White Co., IN in c1848. Both parents buried at the Rothrock Cemetery II, located south of Monticello on Airport Road, Union Township, White County, Indiana. Parents of seven known children: Samuel Keever; Robert J., Margaret A., William W., Mary C., Orlando and Emaline.
 
Keever, Elizabeth (I13375)
 
71 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bates, Kathryn Elizabeth (I4466)
 
72 28th Al Inf, CSA
Captured and spent time as POW 
LATTA, Robert Thomas (I11107)
 
73 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F20183
 
74 3) Robert KEEVER (1819-1897) married 1) Mary A. KELLY (1816-1850) and 2) Susan J. ??? (1836-1886). Mary died in Mifflin Co., PA and the family moved shortly after to White Co., IN. Robert and Susan are buried at the Rothrock I Cemetery, near Cowger, Union Township, White County, Indiana. I assume Mary is buried at Mifflin Co., PA. Robert was father of Orlando; Anna B.; Clara V.; Mary M.; Norman; Jane M.; Alice H.; and Robert N.

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/INWHITE/2009-12/1260652813 
Keever, Robert (I13374)
 
75 3/25/1943 NG journal. Lived Youngstown, Ohio 1943 Bracken, Edward Berk (I1340)
 
76 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bracken, Mailon (Mick) (I1367)
 
77 3rd child of Sarah Margaret Means LATTA, John Mason (I12026)
 
78 4) George R. KEEVER (1821-1894) married Susan WRIGHT (1815-1897) in 1837 at Mifflin Co., PA. The family moved from Mifflin Co., PA to White Co., IN in c1855. George (and Susan?) is buried at the Pike Creek Cemetery, at Union Township, White County, Indiana. Parents of Sarah Catherine; George E.; Mary E.; Christy; Thomas W.; John Marion; Robert N.; Wilson; Susan Jane; and Samuel. Children lived in White and Cass Counties, Indiana. Keever, George (I13376)
 
79 4) George R. KEEVER (1821-1894) married Susan WRIGHT (1815-1897) in 1837 at Mifflin Co., PA. The family moved from Mifflin Co., PA to White Co., IN in c1855. George (and Susan?) is buried at the Pike Creek Cemetery, at Union Township, White County, Indiana. Parents of Sarah Catherine; George E.; Mary E.; Christy; Thomas W.; John Marion; Robert N.; Wilson; Susan Jane; and Samuel. Children lived in White and Cass Counties, Indiana. Keever, George (I13376)
 
80 5 daughters: Mrs Robert Jeffries; Punxsutawney, Pa. Mrs Reed Sunderland; DuBois, Pa. Mrs Paul Barr; DuBois, Pa. Mrs Robert Brown; Meadville, Pa. Mrs Joseph Kritzer; Jeannette, Pa. Bracken, Oliver M. (I1158)
 
81 5) Margaret M. KEEVER (1823-1899) married Felix Garver SMOKER (1821-1887) in 1844. Both died in Mifflin Co., PA, where I assume they are buried. Parents of Anna Catherine; Mary Olive; Rolandus Lee (moved to White Co., IN); Jacob E.; Margaret Elizabeth; Araminta Jemima; Robert K.; Minerva "Minnie"; Alice; John A. and Homar F. Keever, Margaret (I13377)
 
82 6th child of Sarah Ann Means. SHIPMAN (I12209)
 
83 874 14 September 1801 Jacob Myers Nancy Means Bondsman: John Means Means, Nancy (I8634)
 
84 8th child of this mother, from MO Birth records database. HOPE (I12141)
 
85 ?? Line 690: (New PAF MRIN=6) 1 SLGS 4 JAN 65 SL ?? Line 690: (New PAF MRIN=6) 1 SLGS 4 JAN 65 SL CRUMBAKER, Samuel Williams (I6481)
 
86 A 1959 Letter from Allen Baker to Edith Kaspar who was studying the Baker line, mentioned that Beverly Baker and Isabel Sneed had a daughter by the name of Polly (Mary) Baker who married a HUFFMAN and later lived in Mercer Co., KY. I have a record of a Mary Baker marrying a Isaac HUFFMAN in 1841 in Garrard Co. and I know Isaac and his Mary Baker later lived in Mercer CO. This is all the evidence I have for now. Baker, Mary (I460)
 
87 A developer of early radar. Killed in a plane crash in Burma at the age of 26 uring WW II Buried in Hawaii, marker for him in Central Cem. WIlliamsburg KS. Fogle, George (I8375)
 
88 A druggist in Lebanon, PA Means, William (I8988)
 
89 A farmer in Derry Township, Mifflin Co., PA

Elder in the Presbyterian Church of Brown twp. 
Means, Francis Andrew (I8984)
 
90 A farmer in White County, IL Served in the early period of the Civil War.

Co. H 36th Regiment PA Cavalry

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=means&GSfn=samuel&GSby=1837&GSbyrel=in&GSdyrel=all&GSob=n&GRid=106542033&df=all& 
Means, Samuel Albert (I8983)
 
91 A lifelong resident of Benton County. He also was a farmer before moving to Lincoln in 1963 and a member of the Clear Creek (MO) Baptist Church. MEANS, William Zachariah (I10031)
 
92 a mechanic at Coshocton, OH. McClain, Seth R. (I8435)
 
93 A merchant in Youngstown, OH Carr, Fred (I8442)
 
94 A merchant of Philadelphia , PA Slaymaker, Henry (I8994)
 
95 A possible other name for his wife was Rosa Stoneberger. Pounds, Clover (I3636)
 
96 Abner and Fannie moved to Christian County, Kentucky before 1799, as they appear on the Christian County Tax List that year along with William Means, Sr. and his sons William Means, Jr. and Samuel Means. Before the 1810 census they had been joined by many of Abnerís brothers and sisters, and the children of his deceased sister, who married George Hinch BOZARTH, Abner (I11537)
 
97 Abram LeForgee was in military service in the Revolutionary War between 1776 and 1782. He had the rank of Ensign in Capt. Thomas Parkeson's company of militia, battalion of Washington County, commanded by Col. Thomas Crooks. In 1782, he was in Capt. Rose's militia company.

http://history.wdgordon.com/gedcom/p5.htm#i132 
LeForgee, Abram (I8748)
 
98 Abstract of Will - 27 Dec 1877
I, Elijah S. Means of the County of Henry and State of Missouri, do make and publish this my last will and testament.
First I give and bequeath to my sons:
Levi B. Means,
Fielding Means,
Charles T. Means,
Olivia Means,
James and Edgar Means,
each the sum of one dollar.
To my daughters
Jennie Means
and Luella Means
each one dollar.
2nd I bequeath to my beloved wife Virginia Ann Means all the remaining. 
MEANS, Elijah S. (I9911)
 
99 Accidentally killed by a wagon in England before he could come over to America.
http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wicker/chapter1page3.htm 
Wickersham, Humphrey (I9169)
 
100 According to Lucienne Bracken and Robert Clark, he shot himself. Bracken, Harry McKinley (I1351)
 

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