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Askins Cemetery-Henry Co. MO

Just added the Askins cemetery in Henry County, Missouri.  Cemetery is located under the tab “Cemeteries”.

Alfred G. Dillon-History

From the: 1919 History of Henry Co MO, Uel W. Lamkin, Historical Publishing Co pg 546 Alfred G. Dillon, farmer and stockman, proprietor of a splendid farm of 280 acres in Windsor Township, Henry County, is a member of one of the old pioneer families of this county. He was born November 12, 1856, on […]

Richard P. Sappington

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. […]

Wise Genealogy

   Wise/Galloway/Faubion I have been procrastinating putting the data from the Wise/Galloway/Faubion Family into the data base.  About a year ago I had all of the information entered and then had a computer crash.  I had not backed up the information and everything I had put on the site for these families was lost.  Much of […]

Carved in Stone, Jesse Lambeth

Jesse Benjamin Lambeth was born May 20, 1874 in Stony Point, Osage County, Missouri.  He was the son of Wesley H. Lambeth and Eveline Rand Lambeth.  Jesse was called Ben by family members and is pictured below.  He is the fourth boy (seated) from the left.  He is labeled as Ben in the photo.  Jesse […]

Wesley Lambeth Family Bible

 Lambeth Bible The following are scans of the original pages from the Wesley and Eveline (Aveline) nee Rand Lambeth family bible.  I had forgotten about these pages until yesterday when I was preparing some documents to share with another Lambeth researcher.  My original scans were lost in the last computer crash so I have rescanned […]

Richard Sappington Photo

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.