Carroll County, MO
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Dennis L. Stephens
on Wednesday, December 17, 2008
I am looking for Joseph L. STEPHENS that died in Carrollton between 1880 and 1900 according to the census. He was born about 1834. He was a farmer in 1880 and his family still owned the farm in 1890 but Lucinda STEPHENS was a widow by then. Can you help me with Joseph L. or Lucinda STEPHENS.
on Monday, February 23, 2009
I am interested in a George BOWEN, born aboutt 1843 and was supposed to have died about 1897, He is suppost to be buried in the Cemetery at Hale, Carroll County, Missouri. He was the son of John and Rebecca Bowen. I believe they are at McCullough Cemetery. Any information you might have on George and his wife would be greatly appreciated, esp if she would be at the cemetery also. Also if there were kids.
- BROWN, DAVIS
on Sunday, September 19, 2010
Looking for information on the following people.
1. Robert William BROWN - page 98
2. B.C. DAVIS, veternarian - page 97
Robert William BROWN is the son of my great grandfather, William Mathleson BROWN who settled in Carrollton in approx. 1877 and owned a farm called Seven Oaks. His son, Robert William BROWN became owner after his father's death.
My grandfather is Dr. B. C. DAVIS, veternarian, in Carrollton. I know he owned some property also but do not know the location.
If you have any information about these two gentlemen I would appreciate you passing it on to me.
- BROWN, DAVIS
on Sunday, September 19, 2010
You have listed a Robert William BROWN of Seven Oaks Farms in your 1914 atlas along with Dr. B. C. DAVIS. I am trying to locate the property known as Seven Oaks and also any property owned by Dr. B. C. DAVIS. Any information on these gentlemen would be appreciated. Also any information on William Mathleson BROWN who immigrated to Carrollton in 1877 from Australia and bought 900 acres and named it Seven Oaks.
- CALLAWAY, JEFFERIES
on Wednesday, October 6, 2010
I'm trying to find the location of graves of the William Henry Harrison CALLAWAY family. He and some family members are supposed to be buried in Hurricane Cemetery. I believe William was a Civil War vet who died in 1868. His wife and children survived. He married Elizabeth JEFFERIES circa 1861. She is reportedly buried in Hurricane as well. I believe she died April 29, 1885. Their three children are Susie, Elijah Jefferies and William Henry CALLAWAY, Jr.
I think William Henry Harrison CALLAWAY served as a Confederate soldier in the CW/WBTS? Are there any descendants out there that know anything about his (possible) war service?
- MINOR, ROBINETT
on Thursday, January 13, 2011
I'm in search for the burial place of my family member called Steven ROBINETT info as follows;
Death: May 11, 1863
Married to Martha Patsy (MINOR) ROBINETT. Home in 1850 census was District 76, Reynolds, Missouri. Home in 1860 census was Carroll, Reynolds, Missouri. Died of pneumonia. Did not serve in the Civil War.
Adkins Family Cemetery (small family cemetery)
There are only 15 internments there and have found on 'Find A Grave' that he is buried there. Only thing is I cannot really find evidence of that. Could you please help me out in finding where he
might be buried?
- AUSTIN, DOBBINS
Judy Dobbins Mills
on Monday, March 28, 2011
My family name is DOBBINS. I descend from Thomas G. DOBBINS who lived in Carroll County from about 1843 to about 1861. He was married to Charlotte AUSTIN.
Does anyone have an index of those who are buried in the Dobbins Cemetery?
Is anyone doing research in the family?
on Tuesday, April 12, 2011
I've been told my great grandfather is buried in Harris Cemetery, Carroll County, Missouri, his name is not listed. Where can I look to find evidence to place him there? His name is Robert CLASPILL and his wife's name is Lourinda. I've been told that he died June 10, 1866 at Wakenda, I don't know when Lourinda died.
on Saturday, February 25, 2012
I am looking for someone I believe was in Carroll County circa 1849-1850.
His name is Benjamin Franklin DAVIS. In 1860 he was in Marshall County, Kentucky and required a guardian to sign for him to marry. This means he was under the age of 21.
In 1942, his son (Luther) wrote on Luther's delayed birth certificate that at the time of Luther's birth (1884) Benjamin was 41 years old and from Missouri.
Searching Ancestry.com, I find a Benjamin in Carroll County living with a Perry and Louisa Davis and a brother John, and being age 7 in 1850 he would have been born in 1843, which correlates with the information on the birth certificate.
Can anyone in the area tell me if Perry and Louisa died in
Missouri or why Benjamin came back to Kentucky?
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