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201 Taken from various census records. BEHEN Norine
 
202 After working on the Panama Canal, Ed Behen and family returned to the U.S. on April 20th, 1921. They arrived back home on the ship "Panama", Ed listed their U.S. address as 505 Clark Street, St. Charles MO. Father Jack (Michael John) was born while the family was in Panama and Bob "fell over board" while on the ship. According to family legend he fell into a lifeboat on the side of the ship. BEHEN Robert Edward Stanton
 
203 Birth certificate list middle name as Stanton BEHEN Robert Edward Stanton
 
204 Robert E. Behen baptismal certificate list middle name as Edward. BEHEN Robert Edward Stanton
 
205 The 1920 census list Ed Behen as Ed Rehen making it a bit difficult to track the family down at this point in history. The family was living in Panama while Ed was working on the canal. It is interesting to note the family was living next door to four Catholic priest. BEHEN Robert Edward Stanton
 
206 Daniel is listed as the son of Charlotte Buly, daughter to Ely Fitzjerrell in Ely's will. BEWLEY Daniel S.
 
207 Eli is listed as the son of Charlotte Buly, daughter of Ely Fitzjerrell in Ely's will. BEWLEY Eli Fitzjerrell
 
208 The Bewley family history gives a burial place of Hillsboro Bend in Montgomery Co., IL. I can not find Cedar Grove (Ridge) Cemetery in Hillsboro; or a Hillsboro Bend. There is a Hillsboro and a Honey Bend in Montgomery County. Both locations near each other. I believe the Cedar Grove (Ridge) Cemetery referred to is Cedar Ridge in Honey Bend, Montgomery Co., IL BEWLEY Oliver Hazard Perry
 
209 Three stones beneath a cedar tree found by Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Stocking on the Henry Harms farm near the old Balltown bridge. Graves found were of John Tyree, Mary Keen-Tyree and their granddaughter Elizabeth Brown. Stones found in 1975. BROWN Elizabeth
 
210 Date of birth calculated the Chesterfield cemetery data. No stone has been found, this information must have come from a complied record. BROWN Julia
 
211 Hass family data indicates Julia was married to a Lively prior to her marriage to Joseph Anderson Skeen. BROWN Julia
 
212 Name may also be Braun. BROWN Sarah
 
213 According to the "History of Morgan County" there were nine children of Willis Jr. and Hannah Tyree, the ninth child can not be confirmed. The history also states there were surviving decedents of this line. BROWN Willis Burton
 
214 The history of Morgan county list the children of Willis Burton Brown Sr. and Mary Jane Kelsay as the following

Malinda
Allen
Mary
Julia
*James
**Cyrus
*Martha
*Willis Jr.
*Lucinda
Joseph
*John
William
John
*George
*Nancy
*Moses

* indicates children whom can be confirmed in the 1850 Morgan Co., MO census.
**Cyrus Brown is living next door to Willis Sr. in the 1860 census, most likely also a son but no conformation except the county history and proximity.
The county history states "Children from family records".
This history also reports the family lived in Socttsville, Allen Co., KY and had five children there and in 1829 moved to Morgan Co., MO and had eight or nine more children. It has also been reported Willis Sr. possibly served as a Captain in the War of 1812 
BROWN Willis Burton
 
215 Name in the 1860 and 1870 census O Brian. BRYAN Daniel
 
216 It looks as if the census taker placed Ad in front of daughter. Could Dorothy have been adopted? BRYAN Dorothy
 
217 1900 census reports November 1871. BRYAN Edward Malachi
 
218 1910 census reports the residence as a farm. On Edward's death certificate it gave an occupation of retired farmer. BRYAN Edward Malachi
 
219 1900 census says July, 1869. BRYAN James Francis
 
220 1900 census says July, 1869. BRYAN James Francis
 
221 It is noted on James's death certificate his father (John Bryan) was born in Dublin, Ireland and mother (Anna Cass) in Tipperary, Ireland. BRYAN James Francis
 
222 It is noted on James's death certificate his father (John Bryan) was born in Dublin, Ireland and mother (Anna Cass) in Tipperary, Ireland. BRYAN James Francis
 
223 New Melle elevation 789 feet
New Melle was laid out by Franz Henry Kemper in 1858, and is 26 miles west southwest of St. Charles. It was settled by emigrants from Melle, Germany, and had 11 stores, 2 churches -- Lutheran and Methodist, 3 school houses -- public, Lutheran and Methodist, 3 wagon, 2 carpenter and 2 cooper shops, 1 hotel, 1 flouring and saw-mill combined, and 1 pork house ... New Melle annually shipped over 100,000 dozen eggs, (1874.) (--Gazetteer of Mo., p. 488.)
New Melle is in the southwest corner of the county, at Sec. 26, Twp. 46 N, Range 1 East at the junction of Highways Z & D. 
BRYAN John
 
224 New Melle elevation 789 feet
New Melle was laid out by Franz Henry Kemper in 1858, and is 26 miles west southwest of St. Charles. It was settled by emigrants from Melle, Germany, and had 11 stores, 2 churches -- Lutheran and Methodist, 3 school houses -- public, Lutheran and Methodist, 3 wagon, 2 carpenter and 2 cooper shops, 1 hotel, 1 flouring and saw-mill combined, and 1 pork house ... New Melle annually shipped over 100,000 dozen eggs, (1874.) (--Gazetteer of Mo., p. 488.)
New Melle is in the southwest corner of the county, at Sec. 26, Twp. 46 N, Range 1 East at the junction of Highways Z & D. 
BRYAN John
 
225 His son, James Bryan's death certificate reports living in the community since 1888.

James Bryan (son) death certificate records John's birthplace as Dublin, Ireland. 
BRYAN John
 
226 His son, James Bryan's death certificate reports living in the community since 1888.

James Bryan (son) death certificate records John's birthplace as Dublin, Ireland. 
BRYAN John
 
227 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
 
228 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
 
229 On the 1900 census Anna reports being the mother of 7 children, six living. This Mary was listed on the 1870 census and never seen again. It is interesting the last child of Anna and John was also named Mary; which makes me think this Mary was really Something Mary Bryan. BRYAN Mary?
 
230 No census records or cemetery records report any children for Patrick and Margaret. BRYAN Patrick John
 
231 No census records or cemetery records report any children for Patrick and Margaret. BRYAN Patrick John
 
232 Also taught at the Liberty and Arlington schools in Sedalia. BRYAN Sylvania Mary
 
233 Alice is not listed with the family in 1870 and was most likely too young to have married. BRYANT Alice Mary
 
234 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
 
235 February 3, 1855 - BRYANT, Geo. - 1 year, 3 months - male - single - resident of Franklin County, KY - born Franklin County, KY - son of Wm. and Cordelia Bryant - died Franklin County, KY - cause of death - Scarlet fever.

October 25, 1853 - George BRYANT - female - alive - born Franklin County - father, William Bryant - mother, Cordelia Rossell - white - residence of parents - Franklin County. 
BRYANT George
 
236 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
 
237 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.
 
238 Followed up with a personal visit and photos.
Other information take from his obituary. 
BRYANT Richard Huff, Sr.
 
239 Sarah is listed as a widow. Census record also spells her name as Sara. BRYANT Sarah Jane
 
240 Death certificate gives a birth date of September 24, 1853. BRYANT William
 
241 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.
 
242 Living with his sister Sally Hacket. BRYANT William James Franklin
 
243 Death Certificate gives date of birth February 15, 1881. BRYANT Winneford
 
244 Ancestry message board post list a birth date of November 12, 1907 in Bloomington, IL CAMPBELL Hellen Vida
 
245 The date of birth on the California death index matches the given age in the 1930 census. The death index also list her father's surname as Karon. CARON Lauretta
 
246 Mary was the mother of eight children, two died young. CARPENTER Mary
 
247 ASH, Eliza Jane Died 27 Feb 1811 16 Yr 5 Mo Dau of Elijah Ash
Elizabeth Died age 46 Yr Wife of Elijah Ash 
CARROLL Elizabeth
 
248 1900 census records Anna living with sons James, Edward, Patrick and cousin James Powers. James and Anna both report an emigration to the US in 1857. CASS Anna
 
249 1900 census records Anna living with sons James, Edward, Patrick and cousin James Powers. James and Anna both report an emigration to the US in 1857. CASS Anna
 
250 Anna reports a birth date of September 1839 on the 1900 census.


Her son James's death certificate records his mother's(Anne) birthplace as Tipperary, Ireland and her maiden name as Cass. 
CASS Anna
 

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