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151 Birth Date was listed as November 1889 on the 1900 census. SAPPINGTON Anna M (I287)
 
152 Birth date, burial, and death dates come from the complied records of Manchester cemetery in Manchester, Scott Co., IL. Eliza Jane died before she was listed on the more complete 1850 census records. We do know the family was living in Scott county at the time of her death. She is listed as a daughter of Elijah and E. Ash and is buried next to her mother Elizabeth Thacker-Ash, Elijah's first wife. ASH Eliza Jane (I44)
 
153 Birth is calculated from tombstone. Julia D. (I732)
 
154 Birth month and year are given on the 1900 census. Family members listed are Austin, William, Leroy, Sarah Elizabeth and Hannah Dillon-Failer Williams. DILLON Hannah L. (I366)
 
155 Birth place of father for the children of Obedience and James McIntosh on the 1880 census list Indiana. MCINTOSH James Allen (I552)
 
156 Birth place of Jacob was given as Germany on daughter Lydia Shepard's death certificate and listed on all census records as Germany for Jacob. SNAVELY Jacob C. (I580)
 
157 Birth place taken from the Macoupin Co. IL-1850-Ira Ketchum census record. FITZJERRELL Phoebe (I207)
 
158 Birth taken from the 1870 census. John Perry McGowen (I295)
 
159 Births 1856

_____, 1856 - Alice Mary BRYANT - female - alive - born Franklin County - father, William Bryant - mother, Cordelia Ransdale - white - residence of parents, Franklin County. 
BRYANT Alice Mary (I97)
 
160 Both John W. Kelley's death certificate and the 1910 census list his place of birth as New York. The death certificate is more specific: Utica, New York. KELLY John Willard (I14)
 
161 BRYANT-Henry C. Bryant, 80, died Thursday, November 7,
1957 at his home at the east edge of Payola.
He was born April 11, 1877, in Pettis county, Mo., the
son of William James Franklin Bryant and Nannie
Kathy Bryant. Mr. Bryant was married May 10, 1899 and
had lived in Miami county since 1939. He was a
familiar figure on the street as he went from door to
door selling vegetables he had raised.
Surviving are his wife, Ann of the home, five
children, 20 grand-children and six
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted at the Wilson and
Son chapel at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon by Rev. E. L.
Redfield, pastor of the Paola Baptist church. Burial
was in the Paola cemetery.

Western Spirit 11-11-1957 
BRYANT Henry Clay (I86)
 
162 Burial record #11580 Page 66 WALSH James (I119)
 
163 Burial:
Merit Cemetery 
Merit
Hunt County
Texas, USA 
JONES James J (I187)
 
164 Buried in five inches of snow. HAYS Timothy (I789)
 
165 Buried in five inches of snow. HAYS John Timothy (I54)
 
166 Buried with Nellie are three of her children: James, Helena wife of John McCarthy and Emma wife of Theodore Moratz. As an additional piece of information to confirm this was Elizabeth's sister there was a niece Mrs.Moratz and Mrs. McCarthy and a nephew George Spence mentioned in Michael J's obituary. STANTON Ellen (I54)
 
167 Calculated from headstone, 59 years-4 months-16 days Eliza Jane (I201)
 
168 Captain George Cathey is listed in the cemetery index for the Williams/Union Cemetery in Benton County, MO. There are other Cathy's burried there. Children of a George and N.A. (Nancy Ann?) Cathey. This would be the grandson of George and his wife. The dates of birth for the children are too late for George and Ann McFarland, but would be in the right range for George and Nancy Ann Gallahie(?). There are two Gallaher's burried next to the Cathey graves. A visit to the cemetery will be needed to try and straighten this one out. Captain CATHEY George (I160)
 
169 Case published in"The Tyree Tree" by Watts. Original located in Franklin Co., VA Source (S242)
 
170 Caswell Ash son of Elijah Ahs probate list the following as heirs of Elijah Ash, seeing as Caswell died without a widow or children the estate went to his brothers and sisters.

Mary A. Ash (stepmother of Caswell)
Amos R. Ash (brother)
James M. Ash (brother)
John W. Ash (brother)
Nancy and James Cacey (sister and husband)
Margaret E. Ash (sister)
Elijah Ash jr. (brother)
Jackson W. Ash (brother)
Jesse Ash (brother)
Sylvester M. Ash (brother)
Mary Ash (sister)
Edward Ash (brother)
Jacob Lemon (step son of Elijah; son of Mary A. Wallis-Lemon-Ash) 
ASH Elijah (I33)
 
171 Catharine Goacher was a widow with one young daughter, Emily. Family F81
 
172 Catherine Behan
Parents: Andrew and Mary Behan
Sponsors: Martin Bowes and Mary Behan
Rev. P. Rafferty 
BEHEN Catherine (I36)
 
173 Cemetery records of St. Mary's in Bloomington, IL and personal visit. BEHEN Francis (I28)
 
174 Cemetery records of Walnut Hill cemetery in Kingman, KS list a death date of January 12, 1954. ASH Adelbert Elmer (I25)
 
175 Cemetery records show Alfred G. was the sone of Thomas A. and Mildred A. Askins Dillon; spouse Mollie Sappington; child Mildred J. DILLON Alfred Grovner (I13)
 
176 Cemetery records show death date of October 24, 1856. These records were compiled fifty years ago, today the death date on the stone is not readable. KELSAY Tabitha E. (I128)
 
177 Census record list head of the house as Dan Cobart (Colbert) born 1852 in New York, wife Eliza (Elisa) born 1854 in New York, daughter Maude born in 1876, Iowa and Zotella born 1879 in Nebraska. This information corresponds with family history and Nora Maude Colbert Ash's death certificate. COLBERT Nora Maud (I26)
 
178 Census reports an age of 46 but a birth date of 1844, I think the 1854 date is more correct. DILLON Sarah (I188)
 
179 Children enumerated with Richard and wife Lottie B. on the 1930 census:

William J.F.
Maddie (Mandy)
Herbert
Goldie
Ester
Richard H. 
BRYANT Richard Huff, Sr. (I53)
 
180 Christopher was named in grandfather Samuel Lambeth's will dated April 1860.

"Ninth, I give my grandson Christopher Conely Fifty Dollars in good and lawful money when he is twenty one years old."

Christopher is the only Conely listed in the will, so we might assume he is the only child of the Lambeth daughter who married Henderson Conley and died prior to the writing of the will. 
CONLEY Christopher C (I400)
 
181 Circuit Court records of June 1845 show Thomas Dillon made administrator for Hiram K. Dillon. DILLON Hiram (I364)
 
182 Clinton and Wife Hazel are living in Inglewood California in 1940, they list former residence as Walnut Grove, Greene county, Missouri. SAPPINGTON Clinton (I296)
 
183 Cloy(Chloe) will was entered in to Franklin Co., VA court on February 4th 1856. Cloy names daughter Rebecca Ayre, son Jessie Dillon, granddaughter Chloe Ayer, granddaughter Polly Aryes. FARLEY Chloe (I227)
 
184 Compiled from:

FRANKLIN COUNTY MARRIAGE BONDS for years 1785-1865 are loose unbound documents. These records have been
microfilmed and are available at the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives. This microfilm was used
to obtain the information presented at this site. 
Source (S219)
 
185 Constance is name executor of John's estate and wife of the decesed. Family F153
 
186 Cordelia is found living next door to William's family in the 1850 census. She is living with her father George, step-mother Susannah Bryant and siblings. RANSDALL Cordelia (I83)
 
187 County history list birth date as December 25, 1839. 1900 census list a birth date of December 1836. O'BOYLE Michael (I55)
 
188 County history suggest he was deceased at the time of publication-1889 LAMBETH William E (I259)
 
189 County history suggest he was deceased prior to publication date of 1889 LAMBETH James L (I258)
 
190 Cynthia and Lytle were married in 1828 and Cynthia died in 1844, all the children are from the union of Cynthia Hart and Lytle Lambeth. His second marriage did not occur until after the 1850 census. LAMBETH Elizabeth A (I166)
 
191 Cynthia and Lytle were married in 1828 and Cynthia died in 1844, all the children are from the union of Cynthia Hart and Lytle Lambeth. His second marriage did not occur until after the 1850 census. Source (S62)
 
192 D:255 26 July 1847, William Price, administrator of the estate of Joseph Hallpain, deceased, of Benton, and Thomas Dillon, trustee for Meredith G. Dillon, William T. Dillon, Hannah L. Failer, Judith E. Dillon, John C. Dillon, Samuel J. Dillon and George W. Dillon, children of said Thomas Dillon. Notice was given after appraisal to sell land belonging to Joseph Halpain, deceased, with Thomas Dillon highest bidder.


From Genealogical Gems from Early Missouri Deeds, Benton Co., MO

George was also mention as an heir to Thomas when the land sale was revisited in a 1849 circuit court case, however George was only listed as part of the original sale not the current court case. I think George had died between the original sale of land in 1847 and the court document in 1849.

George is not found in the 1850 census. 
DILLON George W. (I370)
 
193 D:255 26 July 1847, William Price, administrator of the estate of Joseph Hallpain, deceased, of Benton, and Thomas Dillon, trustee for Meredith G. Dillon, William T. Dillon, Hannah L. Failer, Judith E. Dillon, John C. Dillon, Samuel J. Dillon and George W. Dillon, children of said Thomas Dillon. Notice was given after appraisal to sell land belonging to Joseph Halpain, deceased, with Thomas Dillon highest bidder.


From Genealogical Gems from Early Missouri Deeds, Benton Co., MO 
Family F174
 
194 D:255 26 July 1847, William Price, administrator of the estate of Joseph Hallpain, deceased, of Benton, and Thomas Dillon, trustee for Meredith G. Dillon, William T. Dillon, Hannah L. Failer, Judith E. Dillon, John C. Dillon, Samuel J. Dillon and George W. Dillon, children of said Thomas Dillon. Notice was given after appraisal to sell land belonging to Joseph Halpain, deceased, with Thomas Dillon highest bidder.


From Genealogical Gems from Early Missouri Deeds, Benton Co., MO 
DILLON Samuel Jackson (I369)
 
195 D:255 26 July 1847, William Price, administrator of the estate of Joseph Hallpain, deceased, of Benton, and Thomas Dillon, trustee for Meredith G. Dillon, William T. Dillon, Hannah L. Failer, Judith E. Dillon, John C. Dillon, Samuel J. Dillon and George W. Dillon, children of said Thomas Dillon. Notice was given after appraisal to sell land belonging to Joseph Halpain, deceased, with Thomas Dillon highest bidder.


From Genealogical Gems from Early Missouri Deeds, Benton Co., MO 
DILLON Judith E. (I367)
 
196 D:255 26 July 1847, William Price, administrator of the estate of Joseph Hallpain, deceased, of Benton, and Thomas Dillon, trustee for Meredith G. Dillon, William T. Dillon, Hannah L. Failer, Judith E. Dillon, John C. Dillon, Samuel J. Dillon and George W. Dillon, children of said Thomas Dillon. Notice was given after appraisal to sell land belonging to Joseph Halpain, deceased, with Thomas Dillon highest bidder.


From Genealogical Gems from Early Missouri Deeds, Benton Co., MO 
DILLON John C. (I365)
 
197 D:255 26 July 1847, William Price, administrator of the estate of Joseph Hallpain, deceased, of Benton, and Thomas Dillon, trustee for Meredith G. Dillon, William T. Dillon, Hannah L. Failer, Judith E. Dillon, John C. Dillon, Samuel J. Dillon and George W. Dillon, children of said Thomas Dillon. Notice was given after appraisal to sell land belonging to Joseph Halpain, deceased, with Thomas Dillon highest bidder.


From Genealogical Gems from Early Missouri Deeds, Benton Co., MO 
DILLON Meredith Green (I363)
 
198 D:255 26 July 1847, William Price, administrator of the estate of Joseph Hallpain, deceased, of Benton, and Thomas Dillon, trustee for Meredith G. Dillon, William T. Dillon, Hannah L. Failer, Judith E. Dillon, John C. Dillon, Samuel J. Dillon and George W. Dillon, children of said Thomas Dillon. Notice was given after appraisal to sell land belonging to Joseph Halpain, deceased, with Thomas Dillon highest bidder.


From Genealogical Gems from Early Missouri Deeds, Benton Co., MO 
DILLON Thomas Jefferson (I347)
 
199 D:255 26 July 1847, William Price, administrator of the estate of Joseph Hallpain, deceased, of Benton, and Thomas Dillon, trustee for Meredith G. Dillon, William T. Dillon, Hannah L. Failer, Judith E. Dillon, John C. Dillon, Samuel J. Dillon and George W. Dillon, children of said Thomas Dillon. Notice was given after appraisal to sell land belonging to Joseph Halpain, deceased, with Thomas Dillon highest bidder.


From Genealogical Gems from Early Missouri Deeds, Benton Co., MO 
DILLON William T. (I135)
 
200 Dallas County, MO Burial Index LAWSON William A. (I189)
 

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