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Jesse McPherson

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

Jesse McPherson was one of Muhlenberg’s best-known pioneers. When the county was organized he was appointed one of the justices of the peace. He ran a tanyard, horse mill, and distillery for many years. Tradition says that he feared nothing

Unknown Ash Photos

Sunday, August 30th, 2009

The two photos were stored with photos of Elijah and Mary nee Wallis Ash’s children Sylvester and Jesse.  I think these may be photo’s of the other two sons Jackson and Elijah Jr.  and their wife’s.  Jackson married Nancy Gunn and Elijah married Mary Groner.  The photos were taken in Litchfield, IL about 1885.  If […]

Arlington School Sedalia, MO

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

1923 Sedalia, Missouri Sylvania Bryan-Ash is the teacher.

Unknown St. Louis Photos

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

Genelli 923 Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri Genelli’s Photography was known to be in St. Louis in the years 1894, 1898,1899, 1900. The following photos came from the Ash/Bryan/Hays side of the family. Ancestors in the Familytomb database who are documented to have been in St. Louis, MO are the Bryan’s, Hays’s and the Garvey’s.  That is […]

The Weekly Reflex-Kaysville, UT

Saturday, June 20th, 2009

William Perry Epperson  founder of “The Weekly Reflex” is featured in the December 2008, Kaysville City Newsletter.  William Epperson was the husband of Noni Ash.

Garvey Babies-Holton KS

Thursday, June 18th, 2009

Garvey-Hays Children? These photos were taken at W.M. Oaks Studio in Holton, KS.  The only family in my data base who were in Holton, KS were the Garvey’s.  I believe these photos must be the children of  Ellen T. Hays and William Garvey. Ellen Hays and William Garvey had the following children: Mary Ellen,John, Margaret, […]

A Little Genealogy

Monday, June 8th, 2009

James Little James Little was born between1856 and 1858 in Ireland.  On the 1900 census James reports having been born in May of 1858 and immigrating to America in 1864.  There is a passenger list of the ship Ironsides with a James Little age seven arriving July, 1865 at the port of New York, from […]

Unknown Photo Thursday

Thursday, June 4th, 2009

The young lady pictured below is among the many unknown photos in the possession of the Ash Family.  The portraits were done at Langan’s Studio in Nevada, MO.  It appears she is between sixteen and twenty years old.   From the research I have done Langan’s Studio was in business between 1898 and 1901.  Families known to […]