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Joseph Lambeth

Friday, March 24th, 2017

Joseph Lambeth, son of Samuel Lambeth, and father of Judge Joseph Marion Lambeth died in Pulaski County, Missouri in 1884.  The date of his death has frequently been listed on some sites as 1883, however records from his probate file on record at the Missouri State Archives list his death as “about the ___ day […]

Dillon Cemetery

Monday, June 7th, 2010

Dillon  Cemetery #2   Transcribed from: Another Job Done by Dianne Peck, page 15.               Sterling Swearingin has headed up an energetic undertaking of cleaning up this old family burial plot.  The brush had completely overtaken the spot and it had become a hiding place for baby claves as it was in the center […]

Children of Thomas Dillon

Friday, February 12th, 2010

Thomas Dillon Land Transaction Thomas J. Dillon did not leave a will, but the following transaction taken from the Benton county deeds, located on microfilm at the Missouri State Archives, list all of Thomas’s living children.    “This Indenture made and entered into the 7th day of March 1849 by and between Thomas Dillon as […]

John Bryan

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Marriage of John Bryan and Anna Cass Below is the marriage record for John Bryan (O’Brian) and Anna Cass.  The marriage was performed by Father Conrad Tintrup of the St. Joseph Church in Wentzville, Missouri.  There is also is another marriage record for Edward Bryan (O’Brian) and Margaret Ryan preformed at the same church.  I […]

Edward Dillon

Monday, February 8th, 2010

History of Edward Dillon According to the history of Henry County, Edward L. Dillon was born in Dublin, Ireland.  Immigration records show an Edward L. Dillon immigrating to America in 1825.  It is believed that Edward came to America through the port in Baltimore, Maryland.  The 1830 census records Edward living in Cooper County, Missouri.  […]

Captain George Cathey

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

Cathey’s in Cooper County, Missouri The following is the earliest record I have found of Captain George Cathey living in Cooper County, Missouri.  His son John Cathey was also summoned at the same time for contempt; again the charge was for not showing as a juror.  There were no additional papers in the file indicating […]

Captain George Cathy

Monday, November 30th, 2009

The school year is in full swing, Halloween is over and the weather is starting to feel more like winter.  Now is the time of year my thoughts and free time turn back to genealogy.  While in Sedalia over Thanksgiving I drove to Crown Hill cemetery.  I had read there was a marker for Captain […]

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.