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Christopher Harris

Saturday, June 26th, 2010

Will of Christopher Harris Christopher Harris of Madison County, KY  Will Book A-page 54, 55.    It was transcribed by Eileen Niederkorn; I have added some paragraph breaks for easier reading.               In the name of God Amen. I Christopher Harris being through the abundant mercy and goodness of God tho weak in body […]

Richard Sappington Photo

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

While sorting through my Lambeth heirlooms I found this photo.  The cabinet card is labeled “Aunt May Sappington’s Family at Windsor, MO.” [singlepic id=94 w=320 h=240 float=center] Back row from left to right:  Roy, Claude, Earl Front row from left to right: Richard, Ray, May (Horning) Sappington.

Richard P. Sappington

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

Richard P. Sappington From the: 1919 History of Henry Co MO, Uel W. Lamkin, Historical Publishing Co pg 543 Windsor Township Richard P. Sappington, farmer and stockman, proprietor of an excellent farm of 170 acres in Windsor township, was born on the identical tract of land on which he is now living December 23, 1863. […]

New Salem Baptist Church-History

Saturday, May 16th, 2009

Taken from:  History of Boone County, Missouri  Ramfre Press reprint 1970  Original published in 1882 by Western Historical Company.   Pages 630-631   New Salem Baptist Church               A detailed history of this church, containing biographical mention of many of its members and pastors, has already been written by Dr. F.G. Sitton, and published […]

John W. Black-History

Friday, February 6th, 2009

From the:  HISTORY OF DAVIESS COUNTY: Encyclopedia of Useful Information & Actual Facts, its Contains-its Pioneer Record, War History, Resources, Biographical Sketches & Portraits of Prominent Citizens, Incidents, etc. 868p. (Birdsall & Dean; 1882) 1997.   Pages 833-834   John W. Black was born in Boone County, Missouri, February 11, 1833, His father was a […]

Nancy and Richard Sappington

Sunday, February 1st, 2009

     I went to the New Salem Baptist Church and Cemetery yesterday to see the Sappington graves.  It is quite ironic my family is buried there since I have driven past the church and cemetery hundreds of times never thinking I had family buried there.  My mother always told me her Sappington’s were from the […]