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[NI0001] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!First cousin to Sarah Louisa "Lucy" Dodd who married John

!Elgin Hughes.

[NI0007] [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-L, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: 24 Apr 1998, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.114464.117]

Individual: Hughes, Mary
Social Security #: 493-16-7178
SS# issued in: Missouri

Birth date: 2 Jan 1919
Death date: Sep 1986


Residence code: Texas

ZIP Code of last known residence: 76106
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Fort Worth, Texas


[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-L, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: 5 Jul 1998, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.114464.117]

Individual: Hughes, Mary
Social Security #: 493-16-7178
SS# issued in: Missouri

Birth date: 2 Jan 1919
Death date: Sep 1986


Residence code: Texas

ZIP Code of last known residence: 76106
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:

Fort Worth, Texas

[NI0010] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

Census: 1850 Greene Co MO
Census: 1870 Madison Twp Polk Co MO book p 79. At that time, his real estate value was $500 and his personal property value was $707.
Census: 1880 Madison Twp Polk Co MO book p 15. In the home was Margaret Devin, widow, age 76, TN, NC, TN.
Special Census: 1890 Dunnegan, Campbell Twp Polk Co MO. Suffering rheumatism. Served 1862-1865.

MARRIAGE: Polk Co MO B-107

BURIED: National Military Home, Dayton, OH

Abner, his father and three brothers joined the Union Army during the Civil War. He was a corporal in Company E., 8th Regiment, Missouri State Militia Cavalry. His Civil War Pension number was 778,344. Corporal Hughes participated in the Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, March 6-8, 1862. During this battle his father was wounded and died April 4, 1862. He married Massa Louisa Devin, October 23, 1862, in Bolivar, Missouri. The marriage was performed by Rev. Bates. The young Couple first lived at Lebanon, Missouri, near where he was stationed. After the close of the war, the family resided in Fair Play, Bolivar, and Dunnegan, Missouri. A. B. Hughes was a teacher, a west Polk County district judge and a farmer. He was very religious. All four of his sons were also teachers during their early lives, A. B., his wife and their four sons all had red hair. Later in life, he resided at the National Military Home in Oregon. In 1911, he was living in the National Military Home in Hot Springs, South Dakota. At that time he received a pension of $15 per month, $7.50 for him and $7.50 for his wife. At the time of his death, April 27, 1914, he was living at the National Military Home in Dayton, Ohio, where he is buried.

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!1880 US CENSUS

!Name Age Occupation Birth Father Mother

!Hughes, Abner B. 38 Farmer Ala Ala Tenn

! Massa L. 35 House Keeper Mo Va Tenn

! Alfred B. W. 15 At School Mo Ala Mo

! Jessie P. 14 Mo Ala Mo

! Ella L. 12 Mo Ala Mo

! Jane D. A. 10 Mo Ala Mo

! Albert F. 7 Mo Ala Mo

! Joseph L. 4 Mo Ala Mo

! Deoma B. 1 Mo Ala Mo

!Devin, Margaret 76 Mother-in-law Tenn NC Tenn

[NI0011] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Alfred Benton West Hughes, the first child of Abner Benton

!Hughes and Massa Louisa Devin, was born June 2, 1864, in

!Fair Play, Polk County, Missouri. He had red hair. In

!1882, when he was 18 years old, he went to Oregon. He

!graduated from the Oregon College of Education at Monmouth,

!Oregon, in 1891, in one of the earliest classes. Following

!his graduation, he returned to Missouri where he married his

!childhood sweetheart, Charlotte Elizabeth Williams, the

!daughter of Reimer Williams and Elizabeth Boswell Williams.

!They were married August 27, 1893, in Cedar County,

!Missouri. The newlyweds then returned to Oregon. He later

!took postgraduate work at Willamette University in Salem,

!Oregon, for 2 years and became a Willamette Valley pioneer

!school teacher. During his teaching career, he taught at

!Amity, Lents, Central, Howell, Sublimity, Hazel Green, and

!other schools. When West gave up teaching in 1897, he

!started farming in the Howell Prairie district near Salem,

!Oregon. His wife, Lottie, died September 11, 1913. In

!1932, he moved with his son, Lloyd, and daughter, Hazel, to

!a farm northwest of Independence, Oregon, where he lived for

!the remainder of his life. He was a member of Pacific Lodge

!A. F. and A. M., the Knights Templar, the Shrine, and other

!Masonic orders. Failing eye-sight caused his retirement

!from farming, but he continued his interest in community and

!national affairs through the radio. He had a remarkable

!memory and always enjoyed discussing current events with

!neighbors, friends, and relatives, who would inevitably get

!him to reminisce on his pioneer experiences in Oregon and

!Missouri. His last illness of about a year followed a

!severe pummelling by some young cattle. At the time he was

!trying to corral the cattle even though he was alone and

!past his 82nd birthday. He died in a Monmouth, Oregon,

!nursing home on the evening of April 13, 1955, and is buried

!in the Silverton Cemetery, Marion County, Oregon.

[NI0012] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Resided in Humansville, Polk Co., Missouri.

[NI0013] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Jessie Parthenia Hughes, the second child of Abner Benton

!Hughes and Massa Louisa Devin, was born May 31, 1866 in

!Madison Township, Polk Co., Missouri. During the 1870

!census, she was living in Madison Township, Polk Co.,

!Missouri. She married Frank C. Wilson, 2 June 1883 in Polk

!Co., Missouri. A. B. Hughes and R. C. Wilson gave consent.

!She died Jan. 23, 1900, and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery,

!Bolivar, Missouri.

[NI0014] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Related to Anna Sanders Devin Wilson. Brother of Riley T.

!Wilson who married Ella Louise Hughes.

[NI0015] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname-Butch. Lived in Arcata and Eureka, California.

!"BUTCH" WILSON DIES IN ARCATA, CALIF.

! News was received here Wednesday of the death of Claud

!"Butch" Wilson at 9 o'clock a.m. that morning in an Arcata,

!Calif., hospital. He had been ill for several months.

! He is survived by his sife, Mrs. Lois (Roberts) Wilson,

!and a daughter, Mrs. Betty Sue Bryie, both of Arcata,

!Calif.

[NI0018] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Ella Louisa Hughes, the third child of Abner Benton Hughes

!and Massa Louisa Devin, was born April 1868, in Madison

!Township, Polk Co., Missouri. During the 1870 census, she

!was living in Madison Township, Polk Co., Missouri. She

!married Riley T. Wilson, brother of Frank C. Wilson, who

!married her sister Jesse Parthenia Hughes.

!They were married 11 Apr 1887 in Polk Co., Missouri. A. B.

!Hughes gave consent.

!Riley and Frank were step sons of Anna Sanders Devin Wilson,

!sister of Massa Louisa Devin Hughes.

!The R. T. Wilsons lived for several

!years in Salem, Oregon, beginning before World War I until

!his death from small pox, leaving Ella Louisa Wilson with

!four children to rear. This she accomplished with her skill

!as a seamstress. She died in 1944 at the home of her

!daughter, Estella Wilson, in Seal Beach, California.

[NI0019] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Related to Anna Sanders Devin Wilson. Brother of Frank C.

!Wilson. Riley and Ella moved to Salem, Oregon, before World

!War I.

!Died of Smallpox.

[NI0020] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Delila Jane Hughes, the fourth child of Abner Benton Hughes

!and Massa Louisa Devin, was born Feb.7, 1870 in Madison

!Township, Polk Co., Missouri. During the 1870 census, she

!was living in Madison Township, Polk Co., Missouri. Her

!younger brother, Oma Clayton Hughes, said he was practically

!reared by his sister Dee. She resided in Washington, D. C.

!before 1894. She married James Richardson in Missouri

!during World War I. They resided in Jamestown, New York.

!During World War I and the Administration of President

!Woodrow Wilson, she was employed by the Secret Service. She

!worked for the Federal Intelligence Department in

!Washington, D. C. for many years. She suffered from a

!lengthy illness before her death, Aug. 31, 1951, in Silver

!Springs, Maryland.

[NI0025] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Lived in Graydon Springs, Polk County, Missouri.

[NI0026] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Resided in Willard, Missouri.

[NI0030] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

Census: 1850 Polk Co MO book p 47
Census: 1860 Marion Twp Polk Co MO book p 14
Census: 1870 Madison Twp Polk Co MO book p 79
Census: 1880 Polk Co MO Madison Twp

MARRIAGE: Polk Co MO B-144

BURIED: Evergreen Cemetery, Riverside, CA; Lot 147, Block 4, #8

She married Abner Benton Hughes, Oct. 23, 1862 in Bolivar, Missouri. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Bates. The young couple first lived in Lebanon, Missouri, near where Abner Benton was stationed in the Union Army. After the close of the Civil War, the family resided in Fair Play, Bolivar, and Dunnegan, Missouri. Massa Louisa, her husband and all four of their sons had red hair. She received a Civil War pension from the US government of $7.50 per month. The pension numbers were 778,344 and W478260. In 1904, Ida Robertson, Joseph Leander Hughes' wife, died leaving her 3 year old daughter. Massa Louisa then moved to Riverside, California, and raised her granddaughter, Ida Nora Hughes. In June 1918, Ida Nora married Elmer DeeAustin. Her grandmother, Massa Louisa, continued to live with Nora in Riverside, California, until her death. On August 28, 1925, she had a light stroke, seemed to recover then died at 9:10pm that same day. She is buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Riverside, California.

[NI0031] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Oma

!Oma Clayton Hughes, the seventh child of Abner Benton Hughes

!and Massa Louisa Devin, was born Feb. 17, 1879, in Fair

!Play, Polk County, Missouri.

!After graduating at the head of his class from the Bolivar

!schools, he began teaching at the age of 17. Many of his

!pupils in these one room schools were older than their

!teacher. In 1899 he went "West" to earn money to marry his

!fiancee--Gladys Belle Courtney who was visiting her sister

!Anna (Mrs. Rome J. Blair) who was then living on Sauvies

!Island in the Columbia River, near Portland, Oregon. The

!family including Belle moved then to Camas, Washington. The

!Marriage was set for August 1900, and it is interesting to

!note that Oma obtained a marriage license in Vancouver, then

!had to go by stage 16 miles to Camas. After a noisy

!charivari, the young couple went by boat "The Jessie

!Harkins" to Portland, then by train to Silverton stopping

!enroute at Woodburn to visit a brother West Hughes. In

!August 1904, the family with two children moved again by

!boat to Camas where O. C. Hughes operated several hot houses

!until 1914 when the family moved to Washougal. There he

!operated and owned the only meat market until 1920. During

!World War I, O. C. Hughes was government horse buyer. Later

!the family moved to Hood River, Oregon where O. C. continued

!in the meat marketing and packing business. During the

!later years of his life O. C. lived in Hermiston, Oregon

!Where he was a real estate broker, member of the Hermiston

!Irrigation District Board and of the Chamber of Commerce.

!O. C. died of a heart attack at nearly 82 years of age.

!He was a member of the Christian Church.

[NI0032] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Died in infancy.

[NI0033] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She was originally from Aldrich, Missouri.

!Obituary: Ranck, Belle Courtney--Age 91, Nov. 24, 1972,

!Vancouver, Wash. Born April 28, 1881, Carthage, Mo. Lived

!at 906 West 12th St., Vancouver, Wash. Vancouver resident

!past 38 years formerly of Hood River, Oregon and Camas,

!Washougal, Wash. Retired apartment house operator. Sons

!Col. Clayton E. Hughes of Rochester, N.Y.; Paul O. Hughes of

!Los Alamitos, Calif.; Victor W. Hughes of Peoria, Ill.

!Daughters, Mrs. Victor (Vera Belle) Creech of Tillamook,

!Ore.; Mrs. Barry (Evelyn T.) Morrow, Vancouver, Wash. Twelve

!grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Brothers, Harry

!Courtney of Bolivar, Mo.; Joseph Courtney of Visalia, Calif.

!Sister, Mrs R. J. (Anna) Blair of Camas, Wash. Charter

!member of the First Christian Church of Camas, Wash.; First

!Christian Church and the W.C.T.U. of Vancouver, Wash.

!Funeral services at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, Nov 28, 1972 at the

!Vancouver Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Dennis Cole Officiating.

!Interment at Fisher Cemetery.

[NI0034] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Lloyd Williams Hughes, the first child of Alfred Benton West

!Hughes and Charlotte Elizabeth Williams, was born July 6,

!1896, in Marion County, Oregon. In 1932, he moved with his

!sister, Hazel, and father, West, to a farm northwest of

!Independence, Oregon. In later life, he was handicapped by

!failing eye-sight. He never married and was past Master of

!Lyons Lodge A.F. & A.M/ and past district deputy.

[NI0040] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She was injured during birth and died a few hours afterward.

[NI0042] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She was stillborn Dec. 6, 1908, in Camas, Washington.

[NI0066] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Lived in Salem, Oregon.

[NI0069] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Lived in Seal Beach, California. Was a lawyer.

[NI0075] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!After his wife died, he lived with is daughter, Phyllis

!Hunter, in Washington, D. C.

[NI0082] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Jimmie Franklin Hughes, the first child of Albert Franklin

!Hughes and Alice Edna Wollard, was born Sept. 20, 1897, in

!Polk County, Missouri.

!During World War I, he was a Chief Petty Officer in the US

!Navy, stationed in San Pedro, California.

!His ship was deployed to Europe. However, he caught the

!mumps and was sent back to port. His ship was later sunk.

!In 1924, he married Lois Laverne Hailey. Mar. 22, 1954, he

!died of kidney disease. He was a member of the First

!Christian Church of Bolivar, Missouri. He is buried in

!Greenwood Cemetery, Bolivar, Missouri.

[NI0083] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She was a member of the First Christian Church of Bolivar,

!Missouri.

[NI0091] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Ora Edna Hughes, the second child of Albert Franklin Hughes

!and Alice Edna Wollard, was born Sept. 10, 1899 on a farm

!near Aldrich, Missouri.

!The family moved to Aldrich in 1912 where her father was a

!partner in the Jones and Hughes Hardware Co. After the

!death of her father in 1926 the family moved to Bolivar,

!Missouri. In 1926 she moved her church membership from the

!Aldrich Christian Church to the Bolivar Christian Church

!where she was a member for 61 years. After graduating from

!Walnut Grove High School, she attended Southwest Missouri

!State University in Springfield, Missouri. She received her

!A.B. Degree from Drury College, in Springfield and her

!Masters Degree in History from the University of Missouri in

!Columbia, Missouri. She began teaching in the Aldrich High

!School in 1921 and in 1924 started teaching in Bolivar High

!School. She taught Social Studies in Bolivar for 41 years.

!She resigned from teaching in 1965 because of Rhumatoid

!Arthritis. Although often in pain from arthritis, she was

!not one to complain. She remained mentally alert and

!informed about world affairs.

!She died Feb. 1, 1988, in Stockton, Cedar Co., Missouri, and

!is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Bolivar, Missouri.

[NI0092] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Anna Lee Hughes, the third child of Albert Franklin Hughes

!and Alice Edna Wollard, was born Sept. 1, 1905, in Polk

!County, Missouri. She married Earnest Earl Dickerson in

!1926. Earl was a farmer.

!She was a member of the First Christian Church of Bolivar,

!Missouri.

[NI0093] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He was a farmer and a member of the First Christian Church

!of Bolivar, Missouri. He died from an apparent heart

!attack.

[NI0097] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Fred Shelton Hughes, the fourth child of Albert Franklin

!Hughes and Alice Edna Wollard, was born Oct. 18, 1908, in

!Polk County, Missouri.

!Fred served in the US 8th Air Force as a clerk in the army

!headquarters in England during World War II.

!Returning to Bolivar, he was employed in the Bolivar Post

!Office. He married Thelma Shipley Jan. 4, 1943.

!He died Jan. 7, 1981, in Bolivar, Missouri, and is buried

!at Greenwood Cemetery, Bolivar, Missouri.

[NI0102] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Helen Naoma Hughes, the sixth child of Albert Franklin

!Hughes and Alice Edna Wollard, was born Sept. 7, 1911, in

!Aldrich, Polk County, Missouri. She died July 10, 1912, and

!is buried at the Mitchell Campground Cemetery southwest of

!Aldrich, Missouri.

[NI0110] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Ida Nora Hughes, the only child of Joseph Leander Hughes

!and Ida Robertson, was born July 7, 1901. She was reared

!by her grandmother Massa Louisa Devin Hughes after

!her mother died in 1904.

!She married Elmer Dee Austin in June 1918.

!The following is an excerpt from a letter written by Ida

!Nora Hughes to Vera Belle Hughes (a cousin).

!"It's possible we are related

!to Zane Gray, the writer!! Betty Zane of the family that

!wettled Zanesville, Ohio, married a West. She was Zane

!Gray's grandmother (or maybe great-grandmother), so the

!story goes. You know our great-grandfather, Clayton Devin,

!married Margaret West. Well, in 1926 my Dad (Joseph Leander

!Hughes) took a vacation at Catalina Island and while he was

!there, he was mistaken several times for Zane Gray's

!brother, Robert. Zane and Robert were there the same time

!my Dad was. Although Dad never met them, several people

!there told Dad he could pass for Robert Gray anywhere."

!She died Mar. 13, 1961, of leukemia.

[NI0111] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!A nephew married into the Pickering family. He resided in

!Pleasant Hope, Missouri.

[NI0134] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

Census: 1830 Marion Co., TN pg 58, 0-0-0-0-1; 2-0-0-0-1
Census: 1840 Jackson Co., AL pg 24
Census: 1850 Greene Co., MO
Census: 1860 Greene Co., MO His assets were listed as: Real Estate 2000 and Cash 3000.

Marriage record: Jane Stockton, 24 Oct 1825 in Rhea Co., TN, by Dan Briggs MG, Bond issued 23 Oct 1825. William Wann was the bondsman.

Military records:

Death record:

Obituary:

Will or estate papers:

Tombstone:

Deeds or other miscellaneous documents:

1851 tax list - Greene Co., MO; 1 horse $25, 4 cattle $20, 38 acres & 15 hundred land, Poll 1.
1856 tax list - Greene Co., MO; 1 horse $40, 4 cattle $22, 156 acres with a $20 note on it plus 35 more acres, Poll 1.

Books:

Personal knowledge:

James A. Hughes was born 6 July 1802, in Wayne Co., Kentucky. IGI states that he was born 1815. He was a farmer and a protestant. He was five feet seven inches tall, dark complexion, dark eyes and had black hair. He could read and write. He married Jane Clayton Stocton, Oct. 24, 1825 in Rhea Co., Tennessee by Dan Briggs, a Minister of the Gospel. He lived in Rhea County, Tennessee from approximately 1825 thru 1831. Five of their known children were born in Rhea Co., Tennessee. There is a record of James and Jane buying land in Jackson Co., Alabama 20 Feb 1836 S7 T1 R9E. The family then lived in Jackson/DeKalb Co., Alabama, from approximately 1836 thru 1844. Four more of their children were born in Alabama. They left Alabama because they were against slavery. From there they moved to Greene Co., Missouri, arriving in 1844. James served in the Mexican War under Captain David D. Stockton, who was his brother-in-law. He enlisted 20 Mar 1847 at Independence Missouri in Company K, 3rd Missouri Volunteers as a Private from 11 June 1847 to 1 Jan 1848 when he was transferred to Company G, serving under Max Reynolds, until 18 Oct 1848. He was mustered our at Independence, MO.

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MEXICAN WAR VOLUNTEER SERVICE CERTIFICATE

His United States Volunteer Service Certificate reads as follows: "KNOW YE, That James Hughes a Private of Captain David D. Stockton Company K, Third Regiment of Missouri Mountain Volunteers, who was enrolled on the Twentieth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and forty seven to serve during the war with Mexico, is hereby Honorably Discharged at Independence, Missouri by reason of being mustered out of the service on the expiration of his term. Said James Hughes was born in Wayne County in the State of Kentucky, is forty four years of age, five feet seven inches high, dark complexion, dark eyes, black hair, and by occupation, when enlisted a farmer. Given at Independence this eighteenth day of October 1848."

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LAND WARRENT #52927

For his service in the Mexican War, he received Land Warrant #52927, issued 10 May 1847, file #72275. This consisted of the NW 1/4 S19 T 29 R 23 of 156.88 acres in Springfield Land District.

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Their last known child was born in Greene Co., Missouri. James also did his civic duty by serving on the Greene Co. Grand Jury twice. The first time was for the Nov. term of 1852. The second time was for the Jan. term of 1854 which ended July 17, 1854 when a new jury was appointed. He served as a Justice of the Peace in Greene Co., MO. During the Civil War, he enlisted in the Union Army serving as a 2nd Sgt., Company A under Capt. John S. Coleman in Col. Phelps' Regiment, Missouri Infantry Volunteers. He enlisted 28 Aug 1861 in Rolla, MO and was mustered 3 Oct 1861 in Rolla. The following is copied from a Greene County history book written in 1883: "James Hughes was a soldier of the Mexican War, and was in the Union Service during the rebellion, as was four of his sons. He was wounded at the battle of Pea Ridge, and died from its effects within a few days." The Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas was fought March 6-8, 1862. He enlisted 28 Aug. 1861 in Rolla, Missouri and was mustered in 3 Oct. 1861 in Rolla, Missouri. James Hughes died April 4, 1862. When Jane Stockton Hughes heard that her busband, James Hughes, was wounded, March 7, 1862, at Pea Ridge, she hitched the oxen to the wagon and set out to find him. Some reports state that his daughter Nancy set out to find him. She did in fact get to Pea Ridge, loaded her wounded husband in the wagon and started home. They got as far as Mt. Vernon, Laurence Co., Missouri, just before they would have entered Greene Co. He was buried in the Batson Family Cemetery on the farm that belonged to the Batsons in Greene Co., Missouri, between Bois D'Arc and Republic. However, a tombstone has been placed in memory of James Hughes and Jane Stockton Hughes at Clear Creek Cemetery, about 3 miles south of Willard, Missouri. Their son, Ceola Hughes, is buried on an adjacent plot. Their tombstone is also in line with the graves of William Lewis Fortner and Sarah Delano Hughes Fortner (daughter of Ceola Hughes). His Civil War Pension number was WC34199.

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BIRTH SOURCE: Mexican War service record.

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DATE OF DEATH SOURCE: Pension file.

[NI0135] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Birth record:

!Census record: 1830 Rhea Co., Tennessee

!Census record: 1850 Greene Co., Missouri

!Census record: 1860 Greene Co., Missouri

!Census record: 1870 Greene Co., Missouri

!Marriage record:

!Death record:

!Obituary:

!Will or estate papers:

!Tombstone:

!Deeds or other miscellaneous documents: Widow's pension

! #WC34199

!Books:

!Personal knowledge:

!Nickname:

!Jane Stockton, the daughter of Clayton Stockton and Nancy

!Patton, was born Jan. 9, 1805, in Wayne Co., Kentucky.

!Oct. 25, 1825, she married James A. Hughes in Rhea Co.,

!Tennessee. By Dan Briggs MG. Bond issue 23 Oct 1825.

!William Wann was the bondsman.

!They lived in Rhea County, Tennessee, from approximately

!1825 thru 1831.

!The family then lived in DeKalb Co., Alabama,

!from approximately 1836 thru 1838.

!In 1841, they were living in Montgomery, Alabama. By 1843,

!they were living in Greene County, Missouri.

!Her husband, James A. Hughes, was wounded

!in the battle of Rea Ridge, Arkansas, March 6-8, 1862. When

!Jane Stockton Hughes heard that her husband was wounded, she

!hitched the oxen to the wagon and set out to find him. She

!did in fact get to Pea Ridge, loaded her wounded husband in

!the wagon and started home. They got as far as Mt. Vernon,

!Missouri, where James Hughes died, Apr. 4, 1862. She was

!living with her daughter, Rufina Hughes Wiley, at the time

!of her death, Nov. 16, 1864.(????)

!Jane applied for a widow's pension, #WC34199 upon James'

!death.

!She was listed as living with her daughter and son-in-law,

!Rufina Jane and Lafayette Wiley, in the 1870 Greene, Co.,

!census. She is also listed in the 1876 Greene Co. census in

!book 57, page 25. It is believed that she is buried next to

!James in an unmarked grave in the Batson Family Cemetery.

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!BIRTH SOURCE: Pension file.

[NI0136] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Albert Franklin Hughes, the fifth child of Abner Benton

!Hughes and Massa Louisa Devin, was born July 14, 1872 near

!Dunnegan, Polk County, Missouri. He had red hair and was

!known as Frank Hughes. Both Frank and his brother, Joe,

!were frequently teased by the other boys because they had

!red hair. Frank would usually ignore the teasing but Joe

!frequently lost his temper and would fight. When he was a

!small boy, he moved with his family to Bolivar, Missouri,

!and attended the public schools, graduating from Bolivar

!High School at the head of his class of six students in

!1893. His son, Harry, and his grandson, Thomas, were also

!valedictorians from the same high school. After attending

!Southwest Baptist College, he taught in the public schools

!of the county, being a leader both as a student and teacher.

!He married Alice Edna Wollard Aug. 23, 1896. He ceremony

!was performed by Rev. Bates in the home of Mr. and Mrs.

!James Madison Wollard in Aldrich, Missouri. The marriage

!license was purchased in Greenfield, Dade County, Missouri.

!In addition to his work as a teacher, he began to buy land

!and to engage in farming and stock-raising at which he was

!equally successful, owning some of the very best farms in

!county at the time of his death. In 1912, he was nominated

!on the Democratic ticket for judge of the county court of

!the western district of Polk County, Missouri. This

!district had always been strongly Republican, but owing to

!his kind and genial disposition and his great ability to

!make friends, he was elected by a large majority, a feat

!that but one other Democrat, his father, Abner Benton

!Hughes, had been able to accomplish.

!Later his son, Jimmie Franklin Hughes also accomplished the

!same feat.

!He gave his work as judge the same careful consideration he

!gave to all his businesses and made one of the best judges

!Polk County ever had.

!In 1913, he moved to Aldrich, Missouri, and became a

!partner in the Jones and Hughes Hardware Company. He

!continued as a successful businessman until 1923 when he

!devoted his entire time to farming. He was a longtime

!member of the Christian Church and a popular teacher in the

!Sunday School of the Aldrich Christian Church. He was not

!only a teacher, a farmer and a businessman, but he was an

!all-round community man. He served on the school board and

!much of the progress of the Aldrich Public Schools was due

!to his help and inspiration to all he met in all walks of

!life. He took seriously ill while serving as foreman of the

!grand jury at Bolivar and following surgery for a ruptured

!appendix, he died Feb. 6, 1926, in St. John's Hospital,

!Springfield, Missouri. He is buried in Greenwood Cemetery,

!Bolivar, Missouri.

[NI0155] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He died of consumption. He is buried in Hazelwood Cemetery,

!Springfield, Missouri, lot 143.

!1870 census - Mt. Vernon Twp., Lawrence Co., MO.

!He married Adniza C. Malicoat 9 Jan 1873 in Greene Co., MO.

!By A. A. Lawson, book C pg 444.

!1880 census - Village of Cave Springs, Cass Twp., Greene

!Co., MO. In his father-in-law's home.

[NI0156] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1870 census - Ozark Twp., Lawrence Co., MO in the home of

!David D. Stockton family.

[NI0161] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She married Robert F. Everhart on 27 Jun 1880 in Greene Co.,

!MO. By D. L. Rickman at her cousin George Batson's home.

!George and his wife Mary were witnesses to the marriages.

!Book E pg 68.

[NI0163] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She died on 11 Oct 1925 in Nichols, Greene Co., MO, at home

!in Rt. 7. She was the daughter of Daniel & Malinda

!(Wittenburg) Malicoat. Funeral home records show the name

!spelled Mallacott. She married Tom Lisenby after James

!died.

[NI0166] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He died after 11 Oct 1925.

[NI0168] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1900 census - 9-7 living.

[NI0169] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She married Turner A. McDaniel on 17 Mar 1885 in Greene Co.,

!MO. By A. A. Lawson, MG, at James Hart's. J. M. Hart,

!father, gave consent. Book G. Turner A. McDaniel was from

!Kansas.

[NI0170] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She married C. L. Lee Denny on 11 Sep 1891 in Greene Co.,

!MO. By B. S. Chin, JP. Book J, pg 103. C. L. Lee Denny was

!from from Republic.

!She also married L. Barbour and H. Richeson.

!Died of arteriolosclerosis.

[NI0171] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He married Josephine "Josie" Richmond on 8 Oct 1893 in

!Greene Co., MO. By James Skelton, JP, at home of Phil

!Garoutte. Book K pg 27. She was from Republic at the time of

!marriage.

!1900 census - Pond Creek Twp. Greene Co., MO.

[NI0172] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1900 - in her parent's home, married 3 years, 1-1 living.

!They lived in Nebraska.

[NI0174] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Lived in Springfield, Missouri.

!1900 - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO. Lula R. Bethel

!sister-in-law Jan 1885 Mo is in the home.

[NI0175] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Died at St. John's Hospital, Springfield, MO.

[NI0176] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1898 - Living in Republic, Greene Co., MO.

!1900 - Living in his mother's home.

[NI0177] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1898 - living in Republic, Greene Co., MO.

!Died from a stroke at the home.

[NI0181] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Her name may have been Etta May Batson.

[NI0184] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She is not named in her father's probate file.

[NI0185] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1900 - in her parents home as single.

!1920 - living at Rt. 2 Bois D'Arc, MO.

!She died as a result of the stove exploding.

[NI0186] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Not in the home in 1860.

[NI0241] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Living at 1926 Ramsey Avenue, Springfield, MO, 25 Mar 1926,

!when he ordered his parent's headstone.

[NI0244] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Died in childhood.

[NI0246] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She died at Ozarks Osteopathic Hospital, Springfield, MO.

[NI0248] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1898 - living in Republic, Greene Co., MO.

[NI0250] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1898 - Living in Republic, Greene Co., MO.

!1900 - Living in mother's home.

[NI0251] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1898 - Living in Republic, Greene Co., MO.

[NI0252] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1900 census - with her parents

!Died at her father's home of pellagra.

[NI0253] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1921 - Living Rt. 2 Bois D'Arc, Greene Co., MO.

[NI0254] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1921 - living at 1374 Grant Street, Springfield, MO.

!Died at St. John's Hospital, Springfield, MO.

[NI0255] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Joseph Leander Hughes, the sixth child of Abner Benton

!Hughes and Massa Louisa Devin, was born Jan. 19, 1876, in

!Polk County, Missouri. Joe and his brother, Frank, had red

!hair. the other boys would tease them about having red

!hair. Frank usually ignored the teasing but Joe would

!frequently lose his temper and fight. He graduated

!Salutatorian in a class of six from Bolivar High School in

!1893. His brother Albert Franklin Hughes, was valedictorian

!of the same class. He married Ida Robertson of Graydon

!Springs, Missouri, in 1900, in the home of Mr. & Mrs. Rome

!J. Blair, Camas, Washington. After teaching for a few

!years, he and Ida moved to Riverside, California, for the

!benefit of her health. She died in 1904 when her daughter,

!Ida Nora Hughes, was three years old. Then Massa Louisa

!Devin Hughes made her home with them and reared Ida Nora

!Hughes. He died Oct. 2, 1952, in Riverside, Calilfornia.

[NI0256] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1921 - living Rt. 2 Bois D'Arc, MO.

!Died from stomach cancer.

!Buried in Wade Chaple Cemetery by order of Gene Batson.

[NI0257] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1921 - living at 1025 4th St., Modesto, California

!1922 - living at 237 E. 7th St., Los Angeles, California

[NI0258] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1921 - Living Rt. 1 Republic, Greene Co., MO.

!Named in father's will as Dollie Batson.

[NI0261] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Bert

!1900 census - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO in the home of

!Marcha McClendon as an apprentice.

!He was a farmer and owned several different farms in the

!Bois D'Arc area where he did custom threshing, bailing hay

!and sawing wood, among other things.

!He died of cancer at Baptist Hospital, Springfield, MO.

[NI0262] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She married RICHMOND before 18 Oct 1918.

!1918 - Living in Caviners Co., TX.

!1920 - Living in Richmond, TX.

!Died before 4 sept 1920.

[NI0264] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Markie

[NI0265] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He was a farmer and a night watchman. A Baptist.

!1918 - living in Carthage, MO.

!1920 Sep - living in Carthage, MO.

[NI0266] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Cemetery records give birth date as 1880 and death date as

!1892.

[NI0267] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1918 - living Rt. 2 Bois D'Arc, Greene Co., MO.

!1920 - living in Bois D'Arc, Greene Co., MO.

[NI0268] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1918 - living Rt. 4, Springfield, Missouri.

[NI0269] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1918 - living Rt. 2, Bois D'Arc, Greene Co., MO.

!1920 - living in Bois D'Arc, Greene Co., MO.

[NI0297] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Ed.

[NI0298] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She died of cancer while living in Escondido, San Diego Co.,

!California.

[NI0301] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1900 not in father's home.

[NI0319] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Josie

[NI0354] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Brick

!He was living in Reseda, CA at the time of his death.

[NI0367] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Died of a coronary infarction. By order of Ralph Mooneyham.

[NI0372] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1900 - census Republic Twp., Greene Co., MO.

[NI0375] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Charlie

[NI0396] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Polly

!1846 Apr 26 she married George L. Cotter in Greene Co., MO.

!By Wm. Tatum, MG. Book A pg 143.

!1850 census: Polk Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!1860 census: Center Twp., Greene Co., MO. He is a farmer,

!$800 - $500.

!1870 census: Center Twp., Greene Co., MO. Assets $1000.

!1880 census: Center Twp., Greene Co., MO. She and her

!daughter, Martha M., are in her sister Nancy Batson's home.

!She is listed as a widow.

[NI0397] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She died from a stroke.

!She was the daughter of William Taylor & Eliza Ann (SARTIN)

!KELTNER.

[NI0407] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She married Nathaniel Batson 7 Feb 1847 in Greene Co., MO.

!Married by Felix Lotspeich, JP Book A pg 153.

!************************************************************

!MARRIAGE RECORDS

!Greene Co., Missouri marriage records, Recorders office,

!Springfield, Missouri

!************************************************************

!Died northwest of Republic, Missouri. Buried at Yeakley

!Chapel Cemetary, Greene Co., Missouri. Resided at Greene Co.

!Missouri. Source of information was Frances Batson, 523

!Ritter, Republic, Missouri.

[NI0413] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1900 census - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO #141-141, head

!of house, single, farmer, owns, parents born IL, GA.

[NI0415] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He was a farmer.

[NI0418] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!MARRIAGE RECORD

!Married by Constantine F. Dryden, M.G. Methodist Episcopal

!Church South, Book A pg 176, cert. #805, Greene Co., MO

!marriage records, Redcorders office, Springfield, Missouri.

!************************************************************

!She is listed in the 1860 census as Missouri E. Wiley.

!She died in her home near Elwood, Missouri. She is buried in

!the west side of yard of family homestead near Elwood,

!Missouri. She resided in Elwood, Missouri and was a member

!of the Methodist church. Source of information from the

!George Jones Wiley family Bible and from the files of Gladys

!Scrivner Mayden daughter of Rachel Jane Wiley Scrivner, 1524

!East Cherokee, Springfield, Missouri 65804.

!Nickname: Zoa

!The Wiley home is still in the Wiley family and is now a

!business, "This Old House", which sells handmade crafts and

!is operated by a descendant of theirs.

!1890 special census - East Certer Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!Widow of George J. Wiley.

!1890 tax list - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO; 1 horse $40, 8

!Cattle $50, 12 hogs $15, $50 other personal property.

[NI0419] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Daughter of Payton Dean & Elizabeth (SCOTT) BURROW. A

!housewife and a Baptist.

[NI0429] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!May have been born in Marion Co., TN.

!She is not with the family in the 1850 census.

[NI0434] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He was the son of William & Alcy Alice (CLAY) HUFF.

[NI0440] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Rufina Jane Hughes, the fifth child of James A. Hughes and

!Jane Stockton, was born July 15, 1836 in Marion Co., TN.

!1850 census - Greene Co., MO.

!Sept. 20, 1854 she married John D. Lafayette Wiley in Greene

!Co., MO, by Thomas A. Mills JP Book B pg 11 certificate #113

!1860 census - Greene Co., MO.

!She resided at Elwood, Greene County, Missouri and was a

!Methodist. She died at Elwood, Missouri and is buried at

!Clear Creek Cemetery near Willard, Missouri.

[NI0443] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He was the son of John L. & Elizabeth L. (MCAMIS) BLANTON.

[NI0451] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Ceola Kentucky Hughes, the sixth child of James A. Hughes

!and Jane Stockton, was born Nov. 8, 1839 in Jackson Co.,

!Alabama.

!He came to Missouri with his family who settled in Greene

!Co. near Clear Creek arriving in 1844.

!1850 census - Greene Co., MO.

!4 Jan 1857, he married Harriet Rebecca Jane Firestone in

!Clear Creek, Greene Co., MO. Married by Henry Small.

!Preacher of the Gospel, Baptist. Book B, pg 96, #12.

!Aug. 16, 1859, he bought Land Warrant #75.711 from John

!Hagood of Montgomery Co., TN. This consisted of 120 acres

!for said Hagood's service as a Private in Captain Prince's

!Company in the Militia, War of 1812. He filed the warrant

!Feb. 24, 1860 for the east 1/2 of the northwest 1/4 and the

!northwest 1/4 of the northwest 1/4 of section 21 township 29

!range 23 in Greene Co., MO. The patent on this land was

!issued Sept. 15, 1860.

!1860 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO

!June 22 1860 his family was living in a town near Bois

!D'Arc, Greene County, Missouri.

!His assets were listed as Real Estate 1320.

!August 23, 1861, he enlisted as a Private at Fort Scott,

!Kansas in Company D 5th Regiment Kansas Cavalry for 3 years.

!This record shows he was 5' 8 7/8" tall, had a dark

!complexion, black eyes, black hair, was born in DeKalb Co.,

!Alabama and was a farmer. He was mustered in at Camp

!Defiance on 11 Feb 1861. He appears on the Company E 3rd

!Kansas Volumteers 5th Cavalry muster rolls as a Private on

!24 July - 31 Dec 1861, horse valued at $75. Remarks are

!that he left the command at Springfield November 7 on

!furlough and since reported dead. According to his service

!record, he deserted at Springfield, Missouri November 9,

!1861. He had, in fact enlisted November 1, 1862 at

!Springfield into Company A, 8th Regiment Missouri Cavalry as

!a Private for 3 years. He served as a Scout for the Union

!Army during the war. It is believed that he took some part

!in the Battles of Wilson Creek and Pea Ridge, Arkansas.

!2C-M M/Sgt., Co. A, 8th Missouri Cavalry from Nov. 1, 1862

!to Aug. 25, 1866.

!It is believed that he participated in the Battles of Wilson

!Creek, Missouri and Pea Ridge, Arkansas and Little Rock,

!Arkansas. Due to the fact that he was a Scout, it has been

!difficult to find out much about his part in any battles

!during the war.

!There was a period during the war when he was able to come

!home on weekends. Harriet would never know when this would

!be. On one trip home he was stopped by some Bushwackers.

!Their intentions were to kill him. One of them had his gun

!drawn, cocked, and pointed at him. Realizing thier intent,

!he hit the man's hand with his elbow causing the gun to

!discharge behind Ceola's back and afording him his escape.

!He didn't realise how close of a call he had until he got

!home and removed his coat. In the tails of the coat were

!three bullet holes left from the shot. Apparently the

!bullet had passed through the folds of the coat. Whenever

!he would come to a bridge, he would have to get off of his

!horse, pad the animal's feet with straw wrapped in rags so

!as to muffle the sound of the hooves going across the

!bridge. He was "on Scout" 21 April 1863. He was on duty

!with Artillery May 1863. He was appointed Sergeant 6 Sept.

!1863. He was "on Scout" again 22 May 1864. He was on duty

!with Company 2 July 1864. He was "on Scout" 27 Aug. 1864.

!He was transferred to Company D 11th Missouri Cavalry in

!Little Rock, Arkansas 20 July 1865. He was retained for

!re-organization and finally mustered out 12 Aug 1865.

!1870 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO

!1880 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO

!1890 special census - East Center Twp., Greene Co., MO

!1890 tax list - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO 2 cattle $90

!1900 census - Ease Center Twp., Greene Co., MO b. Nov 1840

!KY.

!Glenn Firestone remembers Ceola and his father, Alfred

!Dennis Firestone, exchanging War stories at their homes in

!Willard, Missouri, years later.

!He participated in the Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, March

!6-8, 1862, with his father and three brothers.

!During this battle, his father was mortally wounded and died

!April 4, 1862. Nov. 1, 1862, he enlisted

!Nov 1, 1862, he enlisted as a 2C-M/Sgt., Co., A, 8th

!Missouri Cavalry.

!He was reported as "absent on scouting mission" 21 April

!1863.

!In May 1863 he was on duty with the Artilery. Once again in

!May 1864 he is absent on scouting mission, on duty in July

!1864 with Co. 2, absent on scouting mission august 1864.

!He was promoted to Seargent 22 March 1865 in Little Rock,

!Arkansas, retro-active to 6 Sept 1863. He was transfered to

!Co. D, 11th Regament Missouri Volunteer Cavalry, assigned to

!Little Rock, Arkansas area, on 20 July 1865 where he

!remained until his discharge 12 Aug 1865 at St. Louis,

!Missouri.

!He was dischared August 25, 1866 for a total service time of

!4 years, 10 months, 24 days.

!The total for both enlistments was 5 years, 10 months, 25

!days.

!Ceola applied for and received a Pension, #799164, for his

!service during the war. It is from his pension application

!that we received most of the information about his

!children's names and birth and death dates. He signed his

!application with an "X" on 10 Dec 1913. At this time he was

!living in Willard, Greene Co., Missouri.

!************************************************************

!MILITARY DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE:

!"Said Ceola K. Hughes was born

!in DeKalb County in the State of Alabama and is twenty eight

!years of age, five feet eight inches high, dark complexion,

!black eyes, black hair, and by occupation when enrolled a

!farmer. Given at St. Louis, Missouri this _ day of August

!1865."

!************************************************************

!After the Civil War he resided near Bois D'Arc, Missouri.

!He died Jan. 15, 1919, in Willard, Missouri and

!is buried in Clear Creek Cemetery, which is 6 miles south

!and 1 mile west of Willard, Missouri.

!Death certificate states that he died of old age. He lived

!at the "place of death" 6 years and in the state 50 years.

!Greenwade Funeral Home.

[NI0460] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Greene A. Hughes, the eighth child of James A. Hughes and

!Jane Stockton, was born Oct. 21, 1843, in Alabama. During

!the 1850 and the 1860 census, he was living in Greene

!County, Missouri. He was in the Union Army during the Civil

!War and fought along with his father and his three brothers.

!Marriage record reads: "HUSO, Greene D.-Sarah COCOEL

!married 30 November 1864 by J. C. Conley JP" Book B, pg.

!363. Marriage Source, Greene Co., Missouri marriage records,

!Recorders office, Springfield, Missouri.

[NI0471] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Census: 1850 Greene Co., MO

!Census: 1860 Greene Co., MO

!Census: 1870 Greene Co., MO in his sister, Rufina Jane's

! home.

!He was in the Union Army during the Civil War along with his

!father and three brothers.

!A family story is that he killed himself after his mother

!refused to allow him to marry the woman he wanted to.

[NI0504] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Glen Roy Hughes, the fourth child of Oma Clayton Hughes and

!Gladys Belle Courtney, was born Aug. 9, 1906, in Camas,

!Washington.

!Glen Roy graduated from Hood River High School in 1924, and

!worked his way through six years of college, obtaining his

!law degree from the University of Oregon in 1930. He started

!practicing in Cottage Grove and was studying to take the

!state examination for eligibility to the State Supreme Court

!when he was killed in an automobile accident near Eugene,

!Oregon Dec. 19, 1930. He was a member of Delta Theta Phi,

!national law honorary. He was a bachlelor.

[NI0548] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He was the son of Peter Isaac & Anna Catherine (HILLGOSS)

!CREECH. He was engaged in a pile-driving business with his

!Uncle John WALKER in 1925. He was always employed in the

!logging and lumbering business except for a brief interval

!in the fruit industry during the depression years. He

!worked for the A. F. Coats Lumber Company at Coats Camp for

!some time.

[NI0905] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1860 census - Greene Co., MO

!1900 - 13 - 8 living

!She filed for a Widows pension #873685 on 28 May 1919. She

!signed with an X.

!BURIED SOURCE: Death Certificate.

!Died 31 Aug 1927 at 1310 N. Atlantic, Springfield, Greene

!Co., MO. Funeral by Greenwade.

[NI0906] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Greene Co., Missouri, marriage records, Recorders office,

!Springfield, Missouri. Book C, Pg. 490. Marriage performed

!by W. M. McAlester M.G.

!1860 census - Greene Co., MO.

!1880 census - Greene Co., MO.

!1890 special census - there is a James H. Corbin in Jasper

!Co. sho served f13th KY Cav as a Cpl.

!1900 census - Cass Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!Resided between Willard and Cave Springs and also

!in Willard, Missouri. She was a homemaker and a

!Presbyterian. Source of information: Virginia Hughes

!Suddarth, 1719 Willow St., Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71603.

!DIED SOURCE: Cemetery records.

!BURIED SOURCE: Cemetery records.

[NI0907] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!John D. Lafayette Wiley, the son of Elijah Wiley and Ann

!Burdine( Waddill), was born Nov. 1, 1832 in Cocke Co., TN.

!He was the brother of George Jones Wiley who married

!Elizabeth Zoa Hughes. He came to Greene Co., MO in 1837

!with his parents.

!He served in the Civil War, enlisting July 20, 1862 at

!Springfield, Greene Co., MO. He was mustered in July 29,

!1862 at Springfield and discharged June 10, 1865 at Little

!Rock, Arkansas from the General Hospital. He served in

!Company A, 8th Missouri Cavalry and also in Company D. He

!was at the Battles of Prairie Grove, Little Rock, Ashley

!Station and various skirmishes in Missouri, Arkansas and

!Kansas. He was discharged due to disability. He was a

!Methodist. He was 5'11" tall, had light hair, blue eyes and

!a fair complexion. He was a farmer.

!His nickname was Fate.

!1857 tax list - Greene Co., MO 120 acres $375.

!1860 census - Center Twp., Greene County, MO and his

!assets were listed as Real Estate 3500 and Cash 800.

!1870 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO

!1880 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO

!1890 special census - East Center Twp., Greene Co., MO

!1890 tax list - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO 4 horses $180, 7

!cattle $56, 15 hogs $35, $166 all other personal property.

!1900 census - East Center Twp., Greene Co., MO

!The following is copied from Greene Co., Missouri, history

!book written in 1833:

!John D. L. Wiley is the son of Elijah and Ann B.(WADDILL)

!Wiley, and was born in Cocke County, Tennessee, November 1,

!1832. His parents were natives of that state, and his father

!was a soldier in the war of 1812. Both of his grandfathers

!were soldiers in the Revolutionary War. John came to Greene

!County, Missouri, with his parents in 1837, where he grew to

!manhood and has since resided. His parents moved to Texas in

!1858, where his mother died in 1863, and his father in 1868.

!In July, 1862, John D. L. Wiley enlisted in company A., 8th

!Missouri cavalry, U. S. A. He was in the battles of Prairie

!Grove, Little Rock, and Ashley Station, and numerous

!skirmishes in Missouri, Arkansas and Kansas. In the spring

!of 1865 he lost his health and was discharged on account of

!disability in June of that year. He then returned home and

!has been engaged in farming. He owns a farm of one hundred

!and twenty acres of land, made by his own industry and

!energy. Mr. Wiley married, September 20, 1854, Miss Rufina

!J., daughter of James and Jane (Stockton) Hughes, of this

!county, formerly of Alabama. Her father was a soldier of the

!Mexican War, and was in the Union Service during the

!rebellion, as was four of his sons. He was wounded at the

!battle of Pea Ridge, and died from its effects within a few

!days. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley have had nine children, eight of

!whom are living, viz: Nettie J., Jesse M., Martha M., Nancy

!E., George S., Little E., Lucy M., and Charles E. Mr. Wiley

!has been amember of the Methodist church for thirty years,

!and is one of the best citizens in the county.

!During the 1870 census, he was in Center Twp., Greene Co.,

!Missouri.

[NI0908] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

Ever Married: This individual was never married.

!During the 1860 census, she was living in Greene Co.,

!Missouri. Never married.

[NI0909] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!During the 1860 census, she was living in Greene Co.,

!Missouri.

!She married Henry S. Anderson on 3 dec 1876 in Greene Co.,

!MO. By A. A. Lawson LP, at his home. Book D pg 213.

!Witnessed by James Wood and James Wiley.

!1880 census - Brookline Twp., Greene Co., MO.

[NI0910] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He was the son of James & Elizabeth (?) Cotter. He was

!administrator of his father's estate from February 1845 to

!October 1846, having posted a $2100 bond. He received $20

!cash on 23 Aug 1851 from his mother's estate. His father is

!listed in the 1843 Greene Co., MO tax list.

!1845 - May Term Circuit Court - appointed to sit on Jury

!concerning the case of a duel between A. Maurice Jr. and

!William Cunningham.

!1846 - July special session circuit court - defendant in a

!case with John L. Davis.

!1850 census - Greene Co., MO

!1851 tax list - Greene Co., MO 3 horses $75, 1 cattle $5, no

!land, Poll 1.

!1856 tax list - Greene Co., MO 3 horses $140, 3 cattle $30,

!no land, Poll 1.

!1860 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO

!1870 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO $1000 personal

!property, no real.

[NI0911] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He was born 20 Dec 1821 in Clinton Co., OH about 35 miles

!northeast of Cincinnati.

!His family moved back to Greene Co., PA about 1824 and

!remained there for nine years. They then moved back to

!Clinton Co., OH. He came to Greene Co., MO in 1840. In

!1865 James Everhart, an ex-militiaman, who was known as a

!horse thief, robber and rascal, as killed by Lieutenant

!Harshbarger, in the 16th Missouri Cavalry, in the door yard

!Nathaniel and was buried there. It is believed the killing

!was authorized by General Sanborn. When Nathaniel was a

!young man, he was bitten by a rattle snake. He chewed

!tobacco, swallowing the juice and procedded to walk a

!distance to his father, who then carried him and the 2 guns

!about a half mile home. He served in the Civil War in the

!74th Missouri Infantry. After Nancy's death, he married

!Tugy Owens, the widow of Isaac Batson, who was the son of

!Tobias & Rebecca (Blades) Batson. She was sister to

!Nathaniel's daughter-in-law, Emily Owens, wife of Abner

!Benton. Her parents were Andrew & Susan (Richerson) Owens,

!her mother having married Thomas P. Batson, Nathaniel's

!brother, after her fathers death.

!1850 census - Polk Twp., Greene Co., MO

!1851 tax list - Greene Co., MO, 3 horses $75, 3 cattle $15,

!80 acres land, Poll 1.

!1856 tax list - Greene Co., MO, 5 horses $240, 2 cattle $20,

!1 time piece $3, land valued at $600 no acreage listed, Poll

!1.

!1860 census - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!1870 census - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO. His father,

!mother and a Mary Ross are also in the home at this time.

!1880 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!1890 special census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO.

[NI0912] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He was the son of Elijah & Ann Burdine (Waddill) Wiley and

!brother to John D. Lafayette Wiley who married Rufina Jane

!Hughes.

!1837 - He came to Greene Co., MO with his parents.

!1850 census - Boone Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!1857 tax list - Greene Co., MO, 1 horse $40, 4 cattle $40,

!120 acres.

!1860 census - Cass Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!He werved in the Civil War in the 8th Missouri Cavalry as a

!Corporal in Company D under Captain Mathews, enlisting July

!26, 1862 at Springfield, MO. He was mustered in on July 29,

!1862 at Springfield, MO, and mustered out June 12, 1865 at

!Little Rock, Arkansas. He also served in Company A entering

!as a Sergeant. He was at the battle of Little Rock 31 May

!1865. He was sent to General Hospital. He was 5'11" tall,

!had light hair, hazel eyes and a fair complesion. He was a

!Methodist.

!1870 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!1880 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!He died in his home near Elwood, Missouri, and is buried in

!the west side of the yard of the family homestead near

!Elwood, Missouri.

[NI0914] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!************************************************************

!MARRIAGE RECORDS

!Marriage record reads Hart, James E. & Paulina Jane Belson.

!Greene Co., Missouri marriage records, Recorders office,

!Springfield, Missouri.

!Married by John G. Castol, MG Book B pg 420.

!************************************************************

[NI0915] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!************************************************************

!MARRIAGE RECORD

!He married Mary Emaline Ross 24 Sep 1871 in Greene Co., MO.

!Her name is listed as Cass.

!Marriage performed by D. L. Malicoat, M.G.

!Greene Co., Missouri marriage records, Recorders office,

!Springfield, Missouri. Book C pg 372.

!************************************************************

!He left 80 acres of land when he died.

!1880 census - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO. His brother,

!Nathaniel Seigel Batson, is in the home.

[NI0916] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!************************************************************

!MARRIAGE RECORD

!Marriage record lists her of Lawrence Co., Missouri. They

!were married by D. F. Baucom, M.G. in his home.

!Witnesses were C. Ethridge and W. Winter, Book D pg 178.

!Her name is spelled Oeens and she was "of Lawrence Co."

!Greene Co., Missouri, marriage records, Recorders office,

!Springfield, Missouri.

!************************************************************

!He bought the SW 1/2 of the NW 1/2 of S 20 T 29 R 24 for

!$280 from his father on contract on March 5, 1892. This is

!80 acres of land.

!He is buried in Wade Chapel, Republic, Greene Co., Missouri.

!Died of cerebra hemorrhage-arteriolosclerosis.

!Will - 13 July 1921

!1880 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!1900 census - West Center Twp., Greene Co., MO.

[NI0917] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He died before 2 Mar 1894.

!1880 census - Greene Co., MO with his parents and no wife or

!children.

!He married Louisa "Lucy" Sewell about 1878.

[NI0918] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1880 census - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!1900 census - West Center Twp., Greene Co., MO. Bettie A.

!Mar 1900 MO MO MO granddaughter is in the home.

[NI0919] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1880 census - Greene Co., MO. In his brother Isaac's home.

!He married Mary Elizabeth Hardison on 21 Aug 1887 in Pond

!Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO. By S. F. Gibson, JP. At her

!home. He was of West Center Twp. and she was of Pond Creek

!Twp. Book H pg 290.

!1900 census - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO.

[NI0920] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Her full name was S. M. Louisa Sarah Servella J. Batson.

!She married Thomas M. Batson on 30 May 1880 in Greene Co.,

!MO. By D. L. Rickman, JP. Witnesses were Elender E. Rickman

!and Nancy R. Rickman. Book E pg 67. They were second

!cousins.

!1880 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO in the home of

!Ransom McDaniel, both listed as friends.

!1900 - 8-6 living.

[NI0921] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1900 census - West Center Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!He married Cordelia Batson on 7 Jun 1891 in Greene Co., MO.

!By J. W. Britian JP. Book J pg 44. He was of Republic and

!she was of Halltown. They were cousins.

!Funeral arrangements by Emmitt Batson.

[NI0922] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Son of Jacob & Elizabeth (Enlow) Hart. He is said to have

!served in the Civil War. After Malvina died he married

!Sarah Angeline Pryor who was born 18 Feb 1880, died 31 Jul

!1943.

!1870 census - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!1880 census - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!1890 tax list - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO, 4 horses

!$160, 6 cattle $36, 21 hogs $84, $51 other personal

!property.

!1898 - living in Republic, MO.

!1900 census - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO.

[NI0923] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She died of acute dilation of the heart. She was a

!Christian. After Isaac's death, she married Jesse McDaniel

!25 May 1892 in Greene Co., Mo. He was born 20 Aug 1846 in

!Missouri to William & Sallie (Blades) McDaniel and died 30

!Mar 1923.

!1900 census - Pond Creek Twp., Greene Co., MO 8-7 living.

[NI0924] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She was the daughter of Andrew & Susan (Richerson) Owens and

!sister to Tugy (Owens) Batson who married Nathaniel Batson

!as his second wife, he her second husband, making Emily her

!own sister's stepdaughter-in-law.

!1921 - Living in Rt 1 Republic, Greene Co., MO.

[NI0925] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Lucy

[NI0926] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She was the daughter of Samuel & Martha A. (?) Hardison.

[NI0927] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He was the son of Tobias & Rebecca L. (Blades) Batson.

!1880 census - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO in the home of

!Ransom McDaniel, both listed as friends.

[NI0928] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She is the daughter of Thomas & Susan (Richmond) (Owens)

!Batson.

!1900 - no children.

!Funeral arrangements were by Mrs I. C. Cook of Republic, MO.

[NI0929] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She married James Luther Jones on 27 Feb 1883 in Greene Co.,

!MO. At the grooms home by A. A. Lawson MG. Book F.

[NI0930] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She married John Henry Stacey on 29 Nov 1891 in Center

!Grove, Greene Co., MO. By H. Smith, MG. Book J pg 176. Both

!of Plainfield.

[NI0931] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He married Melinda "Mollie" Gay on 4 Apr 1890 in Greene Co.,

!MO. By B. R. Brewer, JP. Book I pg 366.

[NI0932] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1900 census - East Center Twp., Greene Co., MO #221-221,

!farmer, rents, parents b. TN.

[NI0933] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

Ever Married: This individual was never married.

!Never married. Died age 99.

!1900 census - in parent's home

[NI0934] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

Ever Married: This individual was never married.

!Never married.

[NI0935] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Died at 8 months of age.

[NI0936] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He married Clara (?) Robertson, Born Jan 1867, after Jessie

!died.

!1900 census - Republic Twp., Greene Co., MO. Step-children,

!Herman Robertson Aug 1890 MO & Earl Robertson Nov 1896 are

!in the home.

[NI0938] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He immigrated to the US in 1879 and was a naturalized

!citizen.

!1900 census - East Center Twp., Greene Co., MO.

[NI0939] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Known as Aunt Mollie.

!She died after 22 Feb 1932. She was the daughter of Joshua

!& Eliza (Vandener) Gay.

!1932 - She was living in California.

[NI0940] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!His name may have been Winfred F. Haynis.

[NI0941] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He married Catherine P. "Nina" Longcrier on 21 Mar 1875 in

!Greene Co., Missouri. By A.A. Lawson JP at Longcrier's,

!book D pg 102.

[NI0942] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Married at Bride's father's home by W. F. Yeager, MG. Book H

!pg 357. Both of Center Twp.

!Marriage source: Greene Co., Missouri marriage records,

!Recorder's Office, Springfield, Missouri.

!1890 tax list as administrator for 3 mules $210, $75 money,

!notes, bonds etc. This may be for his father's estate.

!1900 census - East Center twp., Greene Co., MO. Born 1866.

!William A., b. apr 1878 brother is in the home.

[NI0943] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1900 census - East Center Twp., Greene Co., MO. a widow, 5-5

!living. Thomas Stacy, servant, Mar 1868 MO EN EN in the

!home.

!She married John P. Pipkin on 28 Feb 1883 in Greene Co., Mo.

!At George J. Wiley's home by A. A. Lawson, MG, book F.

[NI0944] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Married at her parents home by A. A. Lawson, MG. Book H pg

!337. Both of Center Twp.

!Marriage source: Greene Co., Missouri marriage records,

!Recorder's Office, Springfield, Missouri.

!1900 census - Robberson Twp., Greene Co., MO.

[NI0945] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!he married Sarah C. Bennett on 21 Dec 1890 in Plainfield,

!Greene Co., MO.

!Married at Wm. M. Bennett's home by A. A. Lawson, LP.

!Marriage source: Greene Co., Missouri marriage records,

!Recorders office, Springfield, Missouri.

!1890 tax list - Center Twp. Greene Co., MO.; 1 cattle $50, 8

!hogs $8, $630 other personal property.

!1900 census - East Center Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!1900 - b. Jun 1869. 4-4 living.

[NI0946] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Katie.

!Married by D. B. Savage, JP. Book H pg 16. There was a

!license dated 4 Oct 1885, Book H pg 2 that was never

!certified for them also.

!Marriage source: Greene Co., Missouri marriage records,

!Recorder's office, Springfield, MO.

!1900 - 1-1 living.

!1900 census - East Center Twp., Greene Co., MO.

[NI0947] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She married Thomas J. Scott on 20 Jun 1892 in Ash Grove,

!Greene Co., MO. By J. D. L. Waddle, Judge 2nd District Co.

!Court. Book J pg 32. He of Ruth, Stone Co., MO.

!Buried on her 93rd birthday.

[NI0948] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Nannie.

[NI0950] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Resided in Walnut Grove, Missouri.

!Her nickname was Nina.

!She was the daughter of Jacob and Lyda (?) Longcrier.

[NI0951] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Resided in Greene Co., Missouri.

!1900 - b. 1865. 1-1 living.

[NI0955] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!His name may have been Mayhew.

[NI0957] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He is believed to be the son of Samuel & Jane (?) Wilson.

[NI0960] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She was the daughter of George L. & Alice A. (?) McElhaney.

[NI0962] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Greene Co., Missouri marriage records, Recorders office,

!Springfield, Missouri. Book F, pg. 180. Married by Lawrence

!Underwood, JP.

!1900 - 3 children, all living.

!1900 census - East Center Twp., Greene Co., MO.

!Killed in a Cyclone in the Oklahoma Indian Territory about

!1920. Resided in Missouri and Oklahoma. She was a homemaker

!and a Methodist. Her nickname was Betty.

[NI0963] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1890 tax list - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO

!He married Sarah Louisa Dodd on 14 May 1896 in Springfield,

!Greene Co., MO. By Clarence W. Stephenson, JP. Lucy's Aunt

!Lucreta Thomas, her mother's sister, signed for them to get

!married, claiming Lucy was her adopted daughter, as Lucy's

!father was against the marriage.

!1900 census - Murry twp., Greene Co., MO. In the home of

!Lucreta Thomas, his wife's aunt.

!Resided at Willard, Missouri. He was a carpenter and a

!Presbyterian.

!Died at 7 AM in family home of cirrhosis of the liver.

!Services were held at 2 pm at the Willard Presbyterian

!Church with the Reverends W F. Knight and Stronger

!He lived his whole life in the Willard area. Dennis E.

!Hughes has many of his tools and a ladder that he made.

!BURIED SOURCE: Wesley Cemetery Greenwade Funeral Home.

!BORN SOURCE: Memorial book from funeral.

!DIED SOURCE: Death Certificate.

!BURIED SOURCE: Memorial book from funeral.

[NI0964] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Marriage record, Greene Co., Missouri, Recorders office,

!Springfield, Missouri. Vol. I, pg. 532. By J. A. Blanchard

!JP.

!Resided near Willard, Missouri. She was a homemaker and a

!Methodist. Her middle name may have been Delaney.

[NI0965] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!1890 tax list - Center Twp., Greene Co., MO. 1 horse $40.

!Died at Route 6, Springfield, Missouri. He was a farmer and

!a carpenter and was a protestant.

[NI0966] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Died in infancy.

[NI0968] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Died in infancy.

[NI0970] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Resided at Cave Springs, Ash Grove, and Willard, Missouri.

!She was a homemaker and a Baptist. Source of information:

!Agatha White, Ash Grove, Missouri.

!Her name may have been Dell.

!Married by Will Arnold. Marriage source is Greene Co.,

!Missouri marriage records, Recorders office, Springfield,

!Missouri.

[NI0971] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Resided at Springfield and Willard, Missouri. He was a

!Salesman and a Methodist.

!Marriage source, Greene Co., Missouri, marriage records,

!Recorders office, Springfield, Missouri.

[NI0972] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

Ever Married: This individual was never married.

!Never married.

!She applied for a Pension on 14 Oct 1927. She was living in

!Willard at the time. #873 685 (same as her mother's). She

!could read and write.

!She received a pension from her father's service due to the

!fact that her neck was shorter than is normal and she was

!unable to turn her head from side to side due to this. In

!the pension files of her parents, they claim she was "born

!with a deformity and would need care all of her life," thus

!enabling her to receive a pension.

!She died at 7:15 pm of Coronary Thrombosis in the hospital.

!Buried on 13 July 1958 in Clear Creek Cemetery, Greene Co.,

!Mo.

!Arrangements were by Greenwade in Willard and services were

!at the Willard Methodist Church by Rev. George W. Meyer at 2

!pm.

[NI0973] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Son of ? & Jane (?) Corbin.

[NI0974] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Born between Pearl, Missouri and Ash Grove, Missouri.

!Her nickname was Lucy.

!Died at Ozark Osteopathic Hospital at 9:18 pm.

!Greenwade Funeral Home. Services were held at the Willard

!Presbyterian Church by Dr. G. H. Benton officiating.

!She was the daughter of Simion Parks & Tryphina T.(Thomas)

[NI0975] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!His nickname was Wid.

!He was the son of "Pink" Charles Pinky & Isabell(Corbin)

!Fortner. Brother to Jesse Ivory Eldo Fortner who married

!Dell Oleva Hughes. He was a farmer. He came to Missouri in

!a covered wagon in 1871.

!1900 census - Murry Twp., Greene Co., MO. A farmer and owned

[NI0976] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He was a brother to William Louis Fortner who married Sarah

!Delaney Hughes.

!1900 census - Murry Twp., Greene Co., MO.

[NI0977] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Buried at Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Willard, Greene Co.,

!Missouri.

[NI0982] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Her nickname was Gutha.

!She was a telephone operator.

[NI0983] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He operated a Hardware Store.

[NI0987] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He worked for the phone company.

[NI0994] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Born in the family home.

!Married at Mt. Pleasant Church, Greene Co., Missouri.

[NI0995] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Born in the family home.

[NI0996] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Born in the family home.

!She is buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, at Mt. Pleasant

!Church, Willard, Greene Co., Missouri.

[NI0997] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Born in the family home.

!Died Young.

[NI0998] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Born in the family home.

!She is buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant

!Church, Willard, Greene Co., Missouri.

[NI0999] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Not with his parents in the 1900 census.

!Moved to north Missouri in the 1920's.

[NI1001] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Is this Ella M. born Feb 1880 to William H. & Augusta I.

!KELSO? She may be related to Hugh Edward KELSO who married

!Lottie CORBIN.

[NI1003] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He may be related to Mollie KELSO who married Marlow CORBIN.

[NI1005] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Tilly.

[NI1006] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Alice Edna Wollard, the third child of James Madison Wollard

!and Mary Mandelia West, was born Sept. 17, 1874, in Madison

!Township, Polk County, Missouri, on a farm between the towns

!of Aldrich and Bolivar.

!During the 1880 census, she was living in Madison Township,

!Polk County, Missouri.

!She was raised by a nanny, who was a freed slave, named Aunt

!Dicey.

!She had blue eyes, brown hair and a fair complexion. Her

!height was 5 ft. and 5 inches. Her weight was 140 lbs. She

!had a beautiful complexion. The skin of her face had almost

!no wrinkles.

!She attended College Hill School and was an excellent

!student and excelled in writing and spelling.

!She married Albert Franklin Hughes, Aug. 23, 1896, in the

!home of her parents where she was born.

!The marriage license was purchased in Greenfield, Dade Co.,

!Missouri.

!The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Bates.

!She was a member of the Christian Church and a democrat.

!She suffered a stroke when the twins were born, but

!recovered.

!She died from a stroke and is burried in Greenwood Cemetery

!Bolivar, Missouri.

[NI1007] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Funeral services were in the Ayre-Goodwin Chapel with the

!Rev. Richard Cerretti officiating. Burial at the

!Springfield National Cemetery. He died at Cox Medical

!Center in Springfield, Missouri. He was a World War II

!veteran. He resided in Willard, Missouri.

[NI1009] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

Ever Married: This individual was never married.

!Resided in Little Rock, Arkansas.

!Buried in National Cemetery, Springfield, Greene Co.,

!Missouri.

[NI1012] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Son of John R. & Louisa (?) Grigg.

[NI1016] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He as a machinist for the Frisco Railroad and a Methodist.

!Buried at Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Willard, Greene Co.,

!Missouri.

[NI1018] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Died in infancy.

!Buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Willard, Greene Co.,

!Missouri.

[NI1020] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He married Isabel (GILMORE?) STARLING and later divorced.

!He graduated from the Army Air Force advanced flying school

!at Yuma, Arizona. He had completed his primary and basic

!training at Morton Air Academy in Blyth, California and

!Minster Field. He was shipped overseas in June. He was 1st

!Pilot on a B-26 Marauder with the 12th AAF based in

!Sardinia, Italy. He had completed 25 missions on 8 Oct

!1944. He received the Presidential Citation, the French

!Croix de Guerre, Air medal with 3 clusters and a Purple

!Heart.

!He was shot down and killed in the Invasion of Italy.

!He was a Second Lieutenant. He was buried at

!Salerno, Italy. Later his mother had his body brought home

!and buried at Wesley Chapel, north of Willard, Missouri,

!in the family plot.

!He was a member of the Willard Presbyterian Church and had

!attended the Willard Public School. His nephew Dennis

!HUGHES has his wings, as well as a picture of Elgin and his

!brother Clarence in uniform that their mother had taken.

[NI1021] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He graduated from Willard High School. He was assistant

!manager of the Post Exchange at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

!from Nov 1940 to Aug 1942. He supervised employees, handled

!the books and finances there. He was inducted into the Army

!10 Aug 1943 at Fort Levenworth, Kansas. He was placed in

!the Air Corps and sent to Sheppard Field, Texas. From there

!he was sent to Buckley Field, Colorado to take an Aircraft

!Armor course, receiving his diploma 28 Feb 1944. He was

!then sent to Kingman, Arizona for a six week Gunnery course,

!graduating 29 Apr 1944 as a Corporal. He was eventually

!assigned to the crew of a B-17 as an Armored Gunman to take

!his combat training in Alexandria, Louisiana. He was given

!a 10 day furlow Nov. 15th to return home after receiving

!word that his brother, Elgin, had been shot down and killed

!over Italy. He left state side 12 Jan 1945 from Camp

!Patrick Henry, Virginia on the Cornelius Harnett, a Liberty

!ship. He was enentallly assigned to the 483rd Bomb Group,

!817 Bomb Squad at Steperonia Army Air Field. His first two

!missions were over Vienna, Austria. His next mission was

!over Graz, Austria, his fourth mission was over

!Wiener-Neustadt, Austria. On his fifth mission he went to

!Northern Italy over the Brennu Pass. He was shot down on

!this mission. Making it almost back to their own lines,

!they were forced to land and were taken prisoners. He was

!taken to Ferrara, Italy for theat night and started for

!Verona, Italy the next day, spending one night on the way at

!the Italian Political Preson in Padeea, Italy. After

!arriving at Vienna, he was palced in solitart until

!interrogation. After interrogation, he was started for

!Germany to a P. O. W. camp. The trip tool three days,

!finally reaching Stalag Seven at Moosburg, Germany were he

!was prisoner number 146295. He was liberated 29 Apr 1945 by

!the 3rd Army, one month after capture. He was flown to

!Reimes and then to LaHarve, France to await transport home.

!He left on the Sea Robin, a troop transport, on 3 June 1945

!arriving at the New York Harbor 11 June. After a night at

!Camp Shanks he was sent to Jefferson Barracks in Missouri.

!He was honorably discharged 5 Nov 1945 as a Staff Sergeant.

!Atone point in combat he had manned the tail gun of the

!Bomber. He received E. T. O., 4 battle stars and the Air

!Medal. He was a taxi cab driver from Dec 1945 til April

!1946. He graduated from Drawns Business College in

!Springfield. He was office manager for the Chevrolet

!dealership in Springfield, Missouri for over 30 years. He

!also graduated from Dale Carnage Class #8 on 16 June 1952.

!He undersent surgery for his brain cancer in 1988, where

!doctors implanted gold seeds into the tumor. The operation

!was filmed to be used for future teaching. It was

!successful. Clarence also accomplished every golfer's dream

!by making a hole in one on the 3rd hole at Horton Smith Golf

!course in Springfield, a par 3 hole.

!He died at home from lung cancer on a Sunday.

[NI1022] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She was the daughter of Homer & Cora (FRANKLIN) ANDERSON.

!She was a Methodist.

!Buried at Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Willard, Greene Co.,

!Missouri.

[NI1023] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She was president of the Willard Music Club from 1972-1973.

[NI1024] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He is the son of Elmer A. & Elizabeth C. REA.

[NI1026] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She was the daughter of Virgil Leroy & Gertrude Velma

!(LEWIS) JOHNSON. She was an operator for Southwestern Bell

!Telephone Company for a number of years. She was in the

!Kiltie Drum & Bugle Corps at Central High School in

!Springfield, Missouri, graduating in 1938. She worked for

!Cranks and also for Franklin Gamble at Gamble's Treasure

!House in Springfield for a number of years. A Baptist.

[NI1027] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!During World War II, he was in the United States Air Force.

!His service number was 37375571.

[NI1030] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Buried in Oakland Cemetery, Spring Branch, Houston, Texas.

!During World War II, he was in the United States Army 582nd

!AAA-AW-BN Aleution Islands. He received a Bronze Star.

[NI1032] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!During World War II, he as in the United States Army

!Signal Corps and served on Siapian Island-South Pacific.

!He received a Bronze Star.

[NI1041] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Died in infancy.

[NI1042] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!He moved into Willard after Charlsie's birth. He ran a

!grocer route & worked in the General Store.

[NI1043] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!Nickname: Phonso.

!He played basketball & baseball at Willard. He worked for

!the county as an appraiser before going into the Real-estate

!business.

!No issue.

[NI1044] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

!She was the daughter of "Bud" Edwin Morrison & Alice

!(VANDERPOOL) HUGHES. She was raised by her Aunt Mattie

!EVANS, her mother's sister.

!Mattie Evans is buried in the Hughes Cemetery on Highway AB

!about one mile south of Willard, MO.

!Nickname: Mamie

!In the 1900 census, she is in the home of Daniel & Martha E.

!Evans and is listed as a niece. Also in the home is Mary M.

!Evans who is also listed as a niece.

[NF031] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

The children of this family are unknown.

[NF039] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

The children of this family are unknown.

[NF043] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

The children of this family are unknown.

[NF057] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

The children of this family are unknown.

[NF064] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

The children of this family are unknown.

[NF070] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

The children of this family are unknown.

[NF072] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

The children of this family are unknown.

[NF073] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

The children of this family are unknown.

[NF078] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

The children of this family are unknown.

[NF081] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

This family had no children.

[NF087] [Br�derbund WFT Vol. 6, Ed. 1, Tree #2094, Date of Import: 21 Jul, 1998]

The children of this family are unknown.

[NS16031] Customer pedigree.


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