KK's Family History

Researching the Kult & Lawhorn and Case & Collier Families

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3409 Wm Lawhorn was a witness to this marriage (Harry Elmore was Wm. Lawhorn's wife's half-brother) Family F2018
 
3410 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)
 
3411 Women's Army Corp MSgt. CASE Mary Ruth (I2865)
 
3412 World War II BELL Cecil J. (I739)
 
3413 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)
 
3414 WWI MARSH John Marshall (I3)
 
3415 WWI MELTON Jesse B. (I3700)
 
3416 WWI SZCZEBLEWSKI John (I3958)
 
3417 WWI CRABILL Charles Lee (I3960)
 
3418 WWI MARSH Henry Isaac (I679)
 
3419 WWI in the US Army as a Wagoner LISKE Michael (I40)
 
3420 WWI, Private Gen Svc IL Infantry PEELER John McGarvis (I5590)
 
3421 WWI, source: WWI Draft Registration Cards, FamilySearch.org for Charley John Decker DECKER Charles J. (I4380)
 
3422 WWII MARSH Henry Isaac (I679)
 
3423 WWII, 60th Signal Batallion, 9th Army MCKIBBEN Arnold Willis (I5574)
 
3424 WWII, source: WWII Draft Registration Cards (4th Registration), FamilySearch.org for Charles Decker DECKER Charles J. (I4380)
 
3425 WWII, source: WWII Draft Registration Cards (4th Registration), FamilySearch.org for Charles Decker DECKER Charles J. (I4380)
 
3426 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)
 
3427 [cached copy at ancestry.com, "United States Obituary Collection", entry for Shirley A. Lawhorn] Source (S1069)
 

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