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Richard P. Sappington

From the 1919 History of Henry Co MO, Uel W. Lamkin, Historical Publishing Co pg 543

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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. Mr. Sappington is the son of Boone and Jemima (Jermison) Sappington, who were parents of six children, namely: Luther, living in Greene County, Missouri; Grandison, a farmer in Windsor township; Granville, deceased; Lizzie, widow of William M. Thompson, Windsor, Missouri; Mrs. Mollie Dillon, Windsor township; Richard P., subject of this sketch, is the youngest of the family. "Squire" Boone Sappington was born in Boone County, Missouri, in 1822 and departed this life in 1872. He was one of the earliest of the pioneers in this section of Missouri, and was widely known as a teacher and farmer. He received a good education in Boone County and was a man of such attainments that he became a leader of the pioneers of Henry County after settling in section 22, Windsor township, in 1855. Windsor township was then known as Belmont township. He improved his land, developed a good farm from the prairie and cultivated it until his death. In politics Squire Boone Sappington was a Democrat and was a member of the Baptist Church. Mrs. Jemima Sappington was born in Callaway County, Missouri, in 1826 and departed this life in 1897. Richard P. Sappington has never resided anywhere but the old Sappington home place and he came into possession of the farm through inheritance and purchase of the various interests of the other heirs. He was married December 26, 1888, to Anna May Horning, who was born in Illinois May 20, 1868, the daughter of David P. and Anna (Rosenberger) Horning, the former of whom died in Kansas and the latter is now eighty-four years old. Four children have been born to Richard P. and Anna May Sappington, namely: Roy, a farmer living in Windsor township; Earl, a farmer of Windsor township; Claude and Raymond, at home with their parents. David P. and Anna Horning were parents of six children: Abraham R., Riverside, California; John Hugh, Pullman, Washington; Mrs. Hannah M. Stivers, a widow, Pullman, Washington; Mrs. Sarah R. Groom, Deepwater, Missouri; William W., Larned, Kansas; and Mrs. Anna May Sappington. Roy Sappington married Ruth Pattison of Windsor, and has two children: Gladys Ruth and Ross Frederick. Earl Sappington married Lizzie Doran of Mountain View, Missouri, and has one son: Kenneth Richard. Mr. Sappington is a Democrat and is serving as road overseer in his township. He is a member of the Baptist Church and is affiliated with the Anti-Horse Thief Association.

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