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Researching the Kult & Lawhorn and Case & Collier Families

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3313 William C. Kult was a witness Family F1502
 
3314 William C. Kult was a witness Family F1504
 
3315 William David Arthur donated the land for the Corn Creek Cemetery in 1896. ARTHUR William David, III (I663)
 
3316 William David Arthur donated the land for the Corn Creek Cemetery in 1896. Source (S188)
 
3317 William died 10 days before his brother David. HOLLEY William L. (I6302)
 
3318 William Dority Melton died at the home of his son, Glenn, in Edgar Springs, Phelps County, Missouri.

There is a discrepancy of where William Dority Melton was born... in Crawford Co, MO or Hart Co, KY 
MELTON William Dority (I4131)
 
3319 William Henry Baker fought as a Confederate in the Civil War. Believe to have been exchanged for Federal prisoner. Supposedly wrote wife Keziah that he was going back South. Belonged to same unit as Great-Grandfather Joseph Warren Case and during probate of William Henry Baker estate, Joseph Warren Case listed as Administrator and took inventory.

Taken prisoner by the Union Army, 5/20/1863. Held in Military Prison, Alton, IL.  
BAKER William Henry, II (I4163)
 
3320 William Henry was in WWII for 4 1/2 years. PFC US ARMY WORLD WAR II COATES William Henry (I3884)
 
3321 William married Mary Ledbetter, the widow of his brother, Oliver. Family F99
 
3322 William traveled for the Brown Shoe Company for awhile, then taught at a school. They lived in Enwing, Illinois part of the time. He also owned a leather shop. He then sold the store, and bought a farm in Swanwick, Illinois where they lived the rest of their lives. COATES William Joseph (I3873)
 
3323 William was a 1st Lieutenant in the Missouri Infantry and served from 1 Jun 1861 to 8 Sep 1963 for 2 yrs, 3 mos, and 8 days. Even though this is supposed to be a "Union" veterans census, William served in the Confederate Missouri Infantry. BAKER William Henry, II (I4163)
 
3324 William was a 1st Lieutenant in the Missouri Infantry and served from 1 Jun 1861 to 8 Sep 1963 for 2 yrs, 3 mos, and 8 days. Even though this is supposed to be a "Union" veterans census, William served in the Confederate Missouri Infantry. ARTHUR Kezia (I4174)
 
3325 William was born in 1738 (Cane Creek Monthly Meeting, NC, records, in Hinshaw, 1:369, which also provides verification of Rachel's maiden name. Family F2262
 
3326 William was recorded as single, could read and write, and lived in Iowa for 27 years. He had 8 years of grammar school. He was a laborer and earned $500 in 1914. His reported birthplace was Iowa, and Germany was the reported birthplace of both his father and mother. His church affiliation was Catholic.  KOBUS William (I5555)
 
3327 Windel M. Kult, 77, of Columbia, died March 10, 2008, in Belleville. He was born Dec. 10, 1930, in Ashley, the son of the late Ed Kult and Mary Lawhorn. He married Rose Kult nee Haun in 1955. Mr. Kult is survived by his wife; daughter Denise Dorner of St. Charles, Mo.; son Keith (Kim) Kult of Waterloo; grandchildren Paul Jordan, James Copenhagen, Tonsie Springer, John Ney, Katie Warren, Stefan Kult and Rebecca Kult; great-grandchildren Kaylee Fisk, Kennedy Jordan, Maddie Jordan and Angel Springer; and brother, Roger (Josephine) Kult of Mission, Tex. He was preceded in death by his parents, son Steven Kult, daughter Beverly Sue Ney, and sister Nadine Piotrowskie. Mr. Kult was a member of St. Paul United Church of Christ in Columbia. He was also a member of Columbia American Legion Post 581 and he was a retired pipe fitter for Ameren / UE. Visitation and a funeral service were at Lawlor Funeral Home, Pastor Bob Goddard officiating. He is buried at Lake View Memorial Gardens in Fairview Heights. Memorials may be made to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation or St. Paul United Church of Christ in Columbia.

source: Monroe County Independent Obituaries, March 2008, http://www.mocountyillinois.com/obituaries%2020082.htm 
KULT Windel Melvin (I3717)
 
3328 with his brother, James J. Mathis and wife MATHIS Enoch Solomon (I4439)
 
3329 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2040
 
3330 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1865
 
3331 witnesses: Francis Rzekaczewski and Frances Dering  Family F668
 
3332 Wm Lawhorn Dies Suddenly at Ashley

Coroner Dr. S.P. Schroeder was called to Ashley Tuesday to hold an inquest, William Lawhorn, aged 72, having passed away suddenly. The following served as jury: N.C. Barrett, forman, J.J. Ferguson, Irving Smith, Harvey Duffy, G. Morgan and hade McCoy. Ther verdict was that death was caused by heart disease. A.T. Brunson of Anchor, Ill., a son-in-law of deceased, who was visiting at the Lawhorn home, testified that Mr. Lawhorn retired Monday night seemingly well at 8:15 o'clock but that twenty minutes later Mrs. Lawhorn sensed something was wrong and spoke to her husband, but received no reply. When Mr. Brunson brought a light they saw that the aged man was dying. A few minutes afterward he expired. Mrs. Lawhorn stated that he had for some time been complaining of stomach trouble, but she anticipated nothing serious. Deceased left his wife and several children.

Nashville Journal, 15 Jan 1920, front page, 3rd column, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, Microfilm# A-5070 
LAWHORN William Jackson (I3846)
 
3333 Wm Lawhorn was a witness to this marriage (Harry Elmore was Wm. Lawhorn's wife's half-brother) Family F2018
 
3334 Wm. Kitchen served as Corporal for 16 days, Of Captain Rice B. Pierce's Company, of the Sixty-fifth Regiment, Virginia Militia, in the County of Southampton, called into the Service of the United States under the general orders of the 28th of August, 1814, from the 29th August to the 13th September, in the year 1814. KITCHEN William "Anthony" (I4168)
 
3335 Women's Army Corp MSgt. CASE Mary Ruth (I2865)
 
3336 World War II BELL Cecil J. (I739)
 
3337 WRIGHT, Judge Lewis F. and four of his sons taken from their home and murdered on the road between Rolla and Houston last Tuesday by militia under Col. Babcoke of Miller Co. Two sons had been in the the rebel army. A 5th son was left at home with his stepmother.[sic]
Liberty Tribune, 1 Sep 1865
Missouri Republican, St. Louis, 21 Aug 1865
[NOTE: A 5th son (out of 6 sons) and the stepmother was NOT left at home... the 5th son was Anthony K. Wright, who was the bushwacker whom Babcoke's posse was originally trying to capture. Anthony was in hiding at the time of the massacre. The stepmother, Mary (Kester) Wright, was riding some distance behind the Wright men when they were murdered. The 6th unmentioned son (Isaac N. Wright) was killed at the Battle of Pea Ridge in 1862.] 
Judge WRIGHT Lewis Fields, Sr. (I4162)
 
3338 WWI MARSH John Marshall (I3)
 
3339 WWI MARSH Henry Isaac (I679)
 
3340 WWI MELTON Jesse B. (I3700)
 
3341 WWI SZCZEBLEWSKI John (I3958)
 
3342 WWI CRABILL Charles Lee (I3960)
 
3343 WWI in the US Army as a Wagoner LISKE Michael (I40)
 
3344 WWI, Private Gen Svc IL Infantry PEELER John McGarvis (I5590)
 
3345 WWI, source: WWI Draft Registration Cards, FamilySearch.org for Charley John Decker DECKER Charles J. (I4380)
 
3346 WWII MARSH Henry Isaac (I679)
 
3347 WWII, 60th Signal Batallion, 9th Army MCKIBBEN Arnold Willis (I5574)
 
3348 WWII, source: WWII Draft Registration Cards (4th Registration), FamilySearch.org for Charles Decker DECKER Charles J. (I4380)
 
3349 WWII, source: WWII Draft Registration Cards (4th Registration), FamilySearch.org for Charles Decker DECKER Charles J. (I4380)
 
3350 Yancey (later Yancy Mills) was is Crawford County in 1828; it was in Pulaski County in 1837; and in 1857 it became part of Phelps County KITCHEN William "Anthony" (I4168)
 
3351 [cached copy at ancestry.com, "United States Obituary Collection", entry for Shirley A. Lawhorn] Source (S1069)
 

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