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MELTON, Joel Franklin (I3925)
 
3 His body was donated to medical science and no headstone exists. BRUNSON, Harold Gale (I4525)
 
4 Section C Site 1162. Curt was cremated with remains buried both in the Oregon Trail Veterans Cemetery at Evansville, WY and the Rawlins cemetery with his first wife, Jodi HELWICK, Curtis Walter (I4539)
 
5 "... Welsh people changed surnames every generation. The given name of a father in one generation became the surname for his children in the next generation. For example, if a father was named John Smith, his children's surname would be John instead of Smith. This principle was repeated from generation to generation. hence, it was difficult to trace Welsh families during the 17th century. The naming paradigm ceased soon after settlement in Pennsylvania, to conform with the English practice." ROBERTS, Roger (I6472)
 
6 "According to Rogers family historian, Col. Sidney D. Rogers, the surname is traced back to Roger Roberts (Roger ap Roberts) of Ciltalgarth, Parish of Llanfor, County Merioneth, Wales. Roberts became a Quaker in Wales, and was part of the Welsh emigration to America at the turn of the 17th century. They settled in the Welsh Tract in Pennsylvania. As a rule, Welsh people were provincial in preserving their language and customs, and they were loyal to their homeland in Wales." ROGERS, John (I6177)
 
7 "Aged and sick." Leatee: grandson Thomas Wright, son of Thomas and Esther Wright. mentions land left by her husband, James Wright. Daughters: Mary, Hannah, Martha, Elizabeth, Ann, Sarah, Lidia. Daghter Sarah Pickering. Sons: Thomas, James, Isaac and John Wright. Exectors: Mary Ballinger (daughter), Jesse Pugh, William Pickering. BOWATER, Mary (I6176)
 
8 "Brief of Deeds - Botetourt Co.", Deed Book No. 1, Page 86. John Heavin, Sr. and Sarah Heavin to their sons Howard and John Heavin. For a valuable consideration. 330 acres on the south side of Woods River (New River) HEAVIN, John (I6061)
 
9 "Deed by which Elisha Crosswell and Sarah L. Crosswell, "formerly Sarah L. Ellis" conveyed to Edward J. Ellis one-ninth interest in the land of William Ellis which had descended to Sarah as one of the heirs is shown in Stewart Co. Deed Book 25, p. 136, 26 Dec 1861." ELLIS, Sarah L. (I5454)
 
10 "Died at his home near Yancy Mills, MO, Thursday evening Sep 2, 1915, Mr. James B. Marsh, Sr. and was laid to rest in the Webber Cemetery, Saturday afternoon September 4, 1915. Rev. Paul Glover conducted the funeral services. The friends and relatives have the sympathy of the entire community." MARSH, James Buchanan Barry I (I4065)
 
11 "In 1833 Solomon King found a home on Spring Creek, and on
Little Piney Isaac Wright located; he was the father of Lewis Wright,
whom, with his four sons, were the victims of a war tragedy in 1865." 
WRIGHT, Isaac (I4167)
 
12 "John Bowater of Wheelerstreet Nailer, son of William Bowater of Bromsgrove in Worcestershire Nailer deceased & Mary Maunder of Whiterow in Spittlefields daughter of Edward Maunder of Blackwell in Worcestershire husbandman." Family F2287
 
13 "Judge Anthony Kitchen was married to the widow LeSueur on Sunday last."

SOURCE: Local and Personal, The Rolla New Era, 19 Feb 1887, p. 3, col. 2; digital image, Historic Missouri Newspaper Project, (http://newspapers.umsystem.edu/archive/Skins/Missouri/navigator.asp?skin=Missouri&BP=OK : accessed 03 Oct 2007) 
Family F323
 
14 "Mlodzik" is the Polish spelling, with a slash through the "L". RONKA, Marianna (I1403)
 
15 "Non-cemetery burial" according to FindAGrave.com SCHULTZ, Irene (I5093)
 
16 "Non-cemetery burial" according to FindAGrave.com GAJEWSKI, Andrew (I5256)
 
17 "Rogers lived in Back Creek Valley near present-day Gainesboro, but there is no record of his owning land. He applied for a Fairfax grant for 114 acres that appears to have been in Hampshire County. John Mauzy achieved a land survey for this plot in 1754, and Rogers died before a Fairfax grant was awarded to him. In 1777, Evan Rogers testified before Magistrate robert White that this father, John Rogers, died without a will and that his widow, Ellen, "has been dead many years." The reference to his mother as a widow suggests that Ellen may have briefly survived her husband John." ROGERS, John (I6177)
 
18 "Stewart Co. Deed Book 21, pp. 625-627 shows deed of 20 Nov 1860 by which John J. Hagler and Martha, his wife "formerly Martha Ellis" sold to Edward J. Ellis one-ninth interest in the land of William Ellis, dec'd, which had come to Martha as one of the heirs. This deed was made in Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota." ELLIS, Martha (I5453)
 
19 "Stewart Co. Deed Book 25, p. 137 shows deed of 26 Nov 1861 by which John W. Mathis and wife Harriet T. "formerly Harriet T. Ellis" conveyed to Edward J. Ellis the one-ninth undivided interest in a tract of land which had descended to Harriett T. as one of the heirs of William Ellis, dec'd; also on other one-ninth interest in said tract which George F. Ellis had conveyed to Harriet T. Mathis by deed of 4 Feb 1860 (book 21, pp. 420-421)." ELLIS, Harriet T. (I5452)
 
20 #R.5257 Nicholas applied for his military pension in Rockcastle County in September 1833 and stated that he was 93 years old. HOUK, Nicholas (I6256)
 
21 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Rachel (I6144)
 
22 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Ebenezer (I6145)
 
23 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Lydia (I6146)
 
24 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Charles (I6147)
 
25 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Amy (I6148)
 
26 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, David (I6149)
 
27 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Phebe (I6152)
 
28 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Thomas (I6153)
 
29 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Elizabeth (I6154)
 
30 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Hannah (I6155)
 
31 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Mary (I6156)
 
32 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Isaac Jr. (I6157)
 
33 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Ruth (I6158)
 
34 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. SHIHON, Michael (I6164)
 
35 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. WRIGHT, Lydia (I6192)
 
36 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. BOWATER, Mary (I6176)
 
37 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. PARKINS, Jonathan (I6142)
 
38 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. WRIGHT, Isaac (I6173)
 
39 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. WRIGHT, Mary (I6183)
 
40 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. WRIGHT, Hannah (I6184)
 
41 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. WRIGHT, Martha (I6185)
 
42 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. WRIGHT, Elizabeth (I6186)
 
43 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. WRIGHT, John (I6187)
 
44 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. WRIGHT, James Jr. (I6188)
 
45 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. WRIGHT, Thomas (I6189)
 
46 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. WRIGHT, Ann (I6190)
 
47 * Note that the date of birth in the Quaker Meeting Minutes is the JULIAN date (as opposed to the "Gregorian" dates we use today). Quakers also referred to the months as numbered months rather than their names, and their calendar started on March 24th rather than January 1st. It gets even more complicated, so a date converter must be used to determine the Gregorian date ("INT" means "interpreted".) The Gregorian date appears first, followed by the Julian date in parenthesis. WRIGHT, Sarah (I6191)
 
48 -- Capt. Anthony Wright, formerly of this county but now of Benton county, Ark., and who was one of Gen'l Price's trusted scouts in this part of the county during the Civil War, is here on a visit to his relatives for the first time in a number of years, among them being Judge W.A. Kitchen of Edgar Springs, John C. Hargus and Mrs. Agnes Collier. Capt. Wright is the only surviving son of Judge Wright who together with four of this sons were brutally murdered in this county just after the war.

[transcribed from the Rolla Herald by Kathy Kult] 
WRIGHT, Anthony Kitchen (I4195)
 

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