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1001 Visited the site in 2009 FITZJERRELL Daniel Kelsey (I146)
 
1002 Was given an additional 1000 dollars in his fathers will, provided he take care of him until death. MCFATRICH John (I61)
 
1003 Was listed as daughter, single on 1910 census SAPPINGTON Anna M (I287)
 
1004 We know from the 1850 and 1860 census all of Peter's children where born in Michigan, Elizabeth in particular Adrian, MI.

In 1840 there is a Peter Stanton living in Adrian, MI with:

Female age 0-5 This would be Mary A.

Female age 15-20 Unknown

Female age 20-30 This would be wife Mary

Peter's first son Thomas was not born until 1841.

All the other P or Peter Stantons in the census records do not show the right age and combination of family members. This must be our Peter, however I do not know who the mysterious teen age girl is, perhaps a sister to Mary or Peter. 
STANTON Peter (I52)
 
1005 Wentzville, on the St. L. K. C. & N. R. W. (Norfolk & Western) 21 miles west of St. Charles, was laid out by Wm. M. Allen in 1855. Various property holders afterwards laid out additions to the town. It had 2 schools, one an academy under the superintendence of Prof. Luckett, and the other a district school; 1 Methodist church, 1 tobacco factory, 7 stores, 2 hotels, 1 carpenter shop and 1 flouring-mill. (--Gazetteer of Mo., p. 490.)
Cuivre River, from which the township takes its name is said to mean Copper River. The metal is unknown in that region, and the proper name is more reasonably Cuvre, meaning a fish pond ... (--Encyclopedia of the Hist. of Mo., Vol. 6, p. 442, 1901, Conrad.)
Wentzville is situated at Sec. 24, Range 1 East & Sec. 19, Range 2 East, Twp. 47 N, at the junction of Highways Z & 70. 
BRYAN John (I787)
 
1006 Wesley H. Lambeth applied for a pension for Civil war service listing enrollment in the Enlisted Mo. Militia. I belive this was the 23rd EMM which organized in Osage county. His enrollment card stated he was invalided, 1891. The 23rd EEM had an all Rebel group. Wesley and his father owned slaves so it is suspect he fought for the union and bought his way out of service in the civil war. LAMBETH Wesley H. (I19)
 
1007 When visiting in Sedalia, Pettis Co. MO-Dick would bring is costume including stove pipe hat and recite the Gettysburg address for the family, he would also answer questions as if he was Abraham Lincoln. Source (S163)
 
1008 Why was Oliver M. Lambeth in Georgia? LAMBETH Oliver M. (I24)
 
1009 Wife of Martin Rand reports being a widow in 1880. The date of birth for the children would fit a death date between 1878 and 1880. RAND Martin V (I408)
 
1010 Wife on tombstone listed as Melba and Find a grave list maiden name as Ragains. Tombstone also list marriage date as September 22, 1928. SAPPINGTON Joseph G (I298)
 
1011 Will entered into court in February of 1856, assumption is she died shortly before this time. FARLEY Chloe (I227)
 
1012 Will of Squire Boone Sappington-1876

Taken from Henry County, Missouri Probate files. Vol 304  #2989  Roll 8488
I Squire Boon Sappington of the County of Henry and State of Missouri do make and publish this my last will and testament. I will and bequeath to my Wife Jemmima M. Sappington all my personal property and all my real property to do as She Thinks best with except five Dollars to be given to each one of my children after the debts is all paid.  I also appoint as my Executor my son Martin Luther Sappington and Grandeson B. Sappington my two sons.  Witness my hand 8th day of Dec 1876.
 
                                                                                      Squire Boon  X  Sappington
                                                                                                        Mark
P.L. Elbert
L.Y. Pigg

Signed and acknowledge by the above named S.B. Sappington to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who at his request subscribed our names as witness this 8th day of Dec 1876
 
 
                                                                             P.L.Pigg
                                                                             L.Y.Elbert 
Family F82
 
1013 Will of Wade Mosby was dated October 20, 1884 and filed in Probate on November 13, 1884. MOSBY Wade (I404)
 
1014 Will reproduced in "The Tyree Tree" by Dorothy Chambers Watts Gen 929.2 W349 pages 13-15 Source (S235)
 
1015 Will was entered into Benton County Court July 28, 1858. DILLON Meredith (I228)
 
1016 Will was entered into Benton County, MO court on July 28th, 1858. DILLON Meredith (I228)
 
1017 Will was entered into Franklin Co.,VA court in October of 1812, placing date of death sometime in 1812. CLAY William (I501)
 
1018 Will was recorded September 2, 1839 in Franklin Co., VA. A copy of the will is published in the Tyree Tree by Dorothy Watts. In the will he names wife Hanna, three unmarried daughters Lucy, Salley and Judith. Also named are his "ten Children namely: Hiram Tyre, Lucy Tyre, Salley Tyree, Milly Clay, wife of Lemuel Clay Sr., John Tyre, Judith Tyre, Beddy Dillion, wife of Thomas Dillion, William B. Tyre, Meredith C. Tyre and Hannah Willard, wife of William Willard." Hiram was named executor and will was witnessed by: Joseph Rives, Martin Tyree, H.F. Terry and H. Turnbull. TYREE John Claiborne, Sr. (I484)
 
1019 Willam's childrens names are taken from the 1974 obituary of William Bryant. Obituary states William was the son of Richard H. and Lottie McFatrich Bryant. BRYANT William James, Sr. (I55)
 
1020 William and Leonard both died on the same day in the same year. Perhaps someone from the Skeen family can shed some light on to what happened to these young men. SKEEN William Anderson (I288)
 
1021 William is named heir in William Sr. will settlement dated May 14, 1900. His middle initial is listed R. 1880 and 1900 show an H for is middle name, however looking at the census records the it could be interpreted as an H or an R. FITZJERRELL William R. (I120)
 
1022 William is named heir in William Sr. will settlement dated May 14, 1900. His middle initial is listed R. 1880 and 1900 show an H for is middle name, however looking at the census records the it could be interpreted as an H or an R. FITZJERRELL William R. (I120)
 
1023 William Jr.'s address in William Sr.'s estate settlement is listed as Carlinville, IL. FITZJERRELL William R. (I120)
 
1024 William names children in his will as:

Patsey Woodall, Betty Hodges, Hannah Tyree, Judah Clay, Milly Corden (?),
William Clay, John Clay and the heirs of my son Merideth Clay deceased
then goes on to name wife as Milly and and another son Ezekiel 
CLAY William (I501)
 
1025 Williams Cemetery is also know as Union Cemetery. STONE Sarah (I355)
 
1026 Williams Cemetery is also known as Union Cemetery in Benton County, MO. STONE Henry Lafe (I352)
 
1027 Williams/Dillon researcher has copy of Hannah's death certificate. WILLIAMS Hannah Maria (I212)
 
1028 Witness at the wedding was Patrick Bryan and Molly Bryan (wife of Patrick Bryan), married by Rev. Francis J.O'Neil. Family F155
 
1029 WW I Draft Registration Card

Adelbert Elmer Ash
July 11, 1874
Photographer
Tall
Medium build
Blue eyes
Brown hair

Injured left leg, below the knee

WW I Draft Registration Card

Adelbert Elmer Ash
July 11, 1874
Photographer
Tall
Medium build
Blue eyes
Brown hair

Injured left leg, below the knee 
ASH Adelbert Elmer (I25)
 
1030 WW I draft registration card list date of birth, full name and mother as Nellie Garvey. GARVEY Raymond Daniel (I354)
 
1031 WW I registration list birth date as December 29, 1879

Social Security claims index list birth date as December 28, 1879 and birthplace as Sedaila, Missouri. 
BURCHAM Thomas Wesley (I302)
 
1032 WW I registration list middle name as Warner. HAGERMAN Dean Warner (I292)
 
1033 WW II draft card provides middle name, date of birth and spelling of first name with a G not a J. GARVEY Gerald Thomas (I353)
 

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