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3745 T34N, R8W, Sect.18, SENE

the South East quarter of the North East quarter of Section eighteen in Township thirty four North, of Range eight West in the District of lands subject to sale at Jackson, Missouri containing forty acres

Patentee: WILLIAM A KITCHEN

Issue Date: 9/1/1859
Land Office: Jackson
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

State: MISSOURI
Acres: 40
Metes/Bounds: No

Document Nr.: 30407
Accession/Serial Nr.: MO3920__.006
BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N 
KITCHEN, William Anthony (I4168)
 
3746 T35N, R8W, Sect. 3, Lot 1 of NW 1/4
T35N, R8W, Sect. 3, NE 1/4 of SW 1/4
T35N, R8W, Sect. 3, NW 1/4 of SE 1/4

Lot numbered One of the North West quarter and the North East quarter of the South West quarter and the North West quarter of the South East quarter of Section three in Township Thirty-five North of Range Eight West in the district of land subject to sale at Jackson Missouri containing one hundred and sixty acres

Patentee: ISAAC WRIGHT

Issue Date: 4/15/1857
Land Office: Jackson
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

State: MISSOURI
Acres: 160
Metes/Bounds: No

Document Nr.: 20838
Accession/Serial Nr.: MO3790__.102
BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N 
WRIGHT, Isaac (I4167)
 
3747 T35N, R8W, Sect. 5, NE 1/4 of NE 1/4
T35N, R8W, Sect. 4, W 1/2 of SE 1/4 (includes Yancy Spring)

the North East quarter of the North East quarter of Section five; and the West half of the South East quarter of Section 4, in Township Thirty-five North, of Range Eight West, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Jackson Missouri containing One hundred and nineteen acres and fifty three and a half hundredths of an acre

Patentee: LEWIS F WRIGHT
Issue Date: 4/1/1858
Land Office: Jackson
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

State: MISSOURI
Acres: 119.535
Metes/Bounds: No

Document Nr.: 17035
Accession/Serial Nr.: MO3840__.166
BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N 
WRIGHT, Judge Lewis Fields Sr. (I4162)
 
3748 T35N, R8W, Sect. 5, SE 1/4 of NE 1/4

the South East quarter of the North East quarter of Section five, in Township thirty-five North of Range eight West in the District of lands subject to sale at Jackson Missouri, containing thirty-nine acres, and fifty-three and a half hundredths of an acre.

Patentee: ISAAC WRIGHT

Issue Date: 11/14/1837
Land Office: Jackson
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

State: MISSOURI
Acres: 39.535
Metes/Bounds: No

Document Nr.: 4958
Accession/Serial Nr.: MO3460__.015
BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N 
WRIGHT, Isaac (I4167)
 
3749 T35N, R8W, Sect.4, N 1/2 of SW 1/4

the North half of the South West quarter of Section four, in Township thirty-five North, of Range eight West in the District of lands subject to sale at Jackson, Missouri, containing eighty acres

Patentee: ANTHONY KITCHEN

Issue Date: 11/14/1837
Land Office: Jackson
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

State: MISSOURI
Acres: 80
Metes/Bounds: No

Document Nr.: 4956
Accession/Serial Nr.: MO3460__.013
BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N 
KITCHEN, William Anthony (I4168)
 
3750 T35N, R8W, Sect.4, SE 1/4 of SW 1/4

the South East quarter of the South West quarter of Section four in Township thirty-five North, of Range eight West, in the District of Land subject to sale at Jackson, Missouri, containing forty acres

Patentee: LOUIS F WRIGHT
Issue Date: 8/10/1841
Land Office: Jackson
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566

State: MISSOURI
Acres: 40
Metes/Bounds: No

Document Nr.: 7351
Accession/Serial Nr.: MO3500__.493
BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N 
WRIGHT, Judge Lewis Fields Sr. (I4162)
 
3751 T35N, R8W, Sect.5, E 1/2 of SE 1/4

the East half of the South East quarter of Section five, in Township thirty-five North, of Range eight West, in the District of Land subject to sale at Jackson, Missouri containing 80 acres

Patentee: LEWIS F WRIGHT
Issue Date: 12/1/1858
Land Office: Jackson
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

State: MISSOURI
Acres: 80
Metes/Bounds: No

Document Nr.: 25193
Accession/Serial Nr.: MO3850__.365
BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N 
WRIGHT, Judge Lewis Fields Sr. (I4162)
 
3752 T35N, R8W, Sect.5, NW 1/4 of NE 1/4

the North West quarter of the North East quarter of Secion five, in Township Thirty-five North, of Range Eight West, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Jackson Missouri containing Thirty-nine acres and fifty three and a half hundredths of an acre

Patentee: LEWIS F WRIGHT
Issue Date: 2/1/1848
Land Office: Jackson
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

State: MISSOURI
Acres: 39.535
Metes/Bounds: No

Document Nr.: 8964
Accession/Serial Nr.: MO3540__.164
BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N 
WRIGHT, Judge Lewis Fields Sr. (I4162)
 
3753 T35N, R8W, Sect.8, W 1/2 of NE 1/4 MELTON, Joel Morgan (I4013)
 
3754 T35N, R8W, Sect.8, W 1/2 of SW 1/4 KITCHEN, Elias Davidson (I4801)
 
3755 T35N, R8W, Sect.9, NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 KITCHEN, Susan (I4076)
 
3756 T35N, R8W, Sect.9, NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 KITCHEN, Elias Davidson (I4801)
 
3757 T35N, R8W, Sect.9, SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 KITCHEN, Elias Davidson (I4801)
 
3758 T35N, R8W, Sect.9, SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 BRADLEY, William Samuel Arthur (I4087)
 
3759 T5S R1E S36 N2NE, Meridian 3, Franklin County, 80 acres, $7/acre, $560.00 total, type of sale: Rock River or Railroad COATS, Ozias Denton (I3910)
 
3760 Tartan S. served in the Civil War, Confederate, 10th Missouri Infantry, Company D, Private

T.S. also served with Anthony K., and Isaac N. Wright in the 3rd Battery, Missouri Light Artillery

Gorham's-Tilden's-Lesueur's Battery [also called 3rd Battery] was formed in 1862 with men from Laclede and Audrain Counties. The unit was assigned to Parson's and S.P. Burns' Brigade, then W.D. Blocher's Battalion of Artillery, Trans-Mississippi Department. It was active at Cane Hill, lost 1 killed, 8 wounded, and 3 missing at Helena, and sustained no casualties at Jenkins' Ferry. The company totalled 43 men in May, 1862, and there were 82 fit for duty in July, 1863. Towards the end of the war it was stationed at Camden, Arkansas, and surrendered in June, 1865. Captains James Gorham, A.A. Tilden, and Charles B. Lesueur were in command.

Tartan was captured at Meridian, Mississippi on 4 May 1865 and paroled at Citronelle, Alabama on 10 May 1865. He took the Oath of Loyalty after the war was over. 
WRIGHT, Tartan Smith (I4193)
 
3761 taxed for $107.00 COATS, Ozias Denton (I3910)
 
3762 taxed for $112.00 COATS, Ozias Denton (I3910)
 
3763 taxed for $271.00 COATS, Ozias Denton (I3910)
 
3764 TEC 5 US ARMY, WWII KARNES, Cleatus Alfred (I1893)
 
3765 The appraisal of his personal property showed that he owned sheep, cows/cattle, sows/pigs and 12 horses. ROGERS, John (I6177)
 
3766 The Associated Press
Posted Aug 16, 2011

Nashville, Ill. —

Jo Ann Decker, age 72, of Nashville, passed away at 8:40 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2011 at her home in Nashville, Ill.

She was born on Nov. 11, 1938 in Perry County, Ill., the daughter of Andrew Jackson and Caroline M. "Tilly" (Volmer) Carroll. She married Elmer Walter Decker on July 23, 1955 in Nashville, Ill. and he survives.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by one son Larry Decker and wife Cassandra of Nashville, Ill., one daughter Carolyn Walton and husband Johnnie of Nashville, Ill., two grandchildren Kortni Walton and Eric Walton, one step grandson Lucas Hake and one brother Jerry Carroll and wife Iona of Pinckneyville, Ill.

Mrs. Decker was preceded in death by her parents, son Douglas A. Decker,
one brother Donald Carroll and three sisters Marion Williamson, Vera Loth and Jackie Brown.

Mrs. Decker was of the Baptist Faith. She attended the First Church of Christ Scientist in Centralia, Ill.. She enjoyed traveling and watching the birds in her yard. She loved to take care of her family and loved the time she spent with them.

Mrs. Decker was a homemaker and housewife. She has lived most of her life in Nashville, Ill.

Funeral services were held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 6, 2011 at the Styninger Funeral Home in Nashville, Ill. with Reverend John Prather officiating. Burial followed in Masonic Cemetery in Nashville, Ill.

Friends called from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 5, 2011 at the Styninger Funeral Home in Nashville.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Masonic Cemetery Fund and will be received at the funeral home.

Online expressions of sympathy may be made at www.styningerfuneralhomes.com or visit Styninger Funeral Homes on Facebook. 
CARROLL, JoAnn (I5143)
 
3767 The Benjamin Barrett family lived on Apple Pie Ridge near White Hall, and the pre-Revolutionary War house is still standing and is still occupied. ROGERS, Eleanor (I6499)
 
3768 The Bond was betwwen Henry Baker, Richard Havin, and the William Carroll, the Governor of Tennessee. Richard Havin was Rhoda's father. Family F1391
 
3769 The Clerk of Hopewell Meeting wrote, "Our ancient Friends James Wright and his Wife are much reduced, being driven from their habitation and are unable to labour for a Livelyhood." WRIGHT, James Sr. (I6175)
 
3770 The death date of 1882 is highly questionable, since the 1890 Veteran's schedule claims George filed for a pension as an invalid on 30 Jun 1886. His widow, Martha A., filed for pension on 27 Jul 1914. LAWHORN, George Washington (I3942)
 
3771 The last name of "Curwen" was changed to the English name of "Corwin". CORWIN\CURWEN, John (I85)
 
3772 The last name of "Mlodzik" is Polish, and is pronounced "Mwod-jeek". The second letter is supposed to be an "L" with a stroke through it, resembling a "t" in records. MLODZIK, Joseph (I5722)
 
3773 The male under the age of ten would be George (age 3 or 4).
The male age 10-15 is unknown, which could possibly be a nephew or other relative or perhaps a young helper for Anthony.
The male age 26-44 would be Anthony himself, as he would've been around 32-33 years old at the time of this census.

There's only one female under the age of 10 in the household which would be Elizabeth (age 4 or 5). Jane (who would've been age 7 or 8 at the time this census was taken) must've had her accident and died before 1810, as there's no mark listed for her.
The mark for a female age 16-25 would be Margaret, who could have been around age 25 at the time of this census. 
KITCHEN, George Patterson (I600)
 
3774 The male under the age of ten would be George (age 3 or 4).
The male age 10-15 is unknown, which could possibly be a nephew or other relative or perhaps a young helper for Anthony.
The male age 26-44 would be Anthony himself, as he would've been around 32-33 years old at the time of this census.

There's only one female under the age of 10 in the household which would be Elizabeth (age 4 or 5). Jane (who would've been age 7 or 8 at the time this census was taken) must've had her accident and died before 1810, as there's no mark listed for her.
The mark for a female age 16-25 would be Margaret, who could have been around age 25 at the time of this census. 
KITCHEN, William Anthony (I4168)
 
3775 The male under the age of ten would be George (age 3 or 4).
The male age 10-15 is unknown, which could possibly be a nephew or other relative or perhaps a young helper for Anthony.
The male age 26-44 would be Anthony himself, as he would've been around 32-33 years old at the time of this census.

There's only one female under the age of 10 in the household which would be Elizabeth (age 4 or 5). Jane (who would've been age 7 or 8 at the time this census was taken) must've had her accident and died before 1810, as there's no mark listed for her.
The mark for a female age 16-25 would be Margaret, who could have been around age 25 at the time of this census. 
NEELY, Margaret (I4169)
 
3776 The male under the age of ten would be George (age 3 or 4).
The male age 10-15 is unknown, which could possibly be a nephew or other relative or perhaps a young helper for Anthony.
The male age 26-44 would be Anthony himself, as he would've been around 32-33 years old at the time of this census.

There's only one female under the age of 10 in the household which would be Elizabeth (age 4 or 5). Jane (who would've been age 7 or 8 at the time this census was taken) must've had her accident and died before 1810, as there's no mark listed for her.
The mark for a female age 16-25 would be Margaret, who could have been around age 25 at the time of this census. 
KITCHEN, Elizabeth (I4796)
 
3777 The reported age on find-a-grave isn't correct... Minnie was 1 year old on the 1880 census, so should couldn't possibly be 11 in 1881. COATS, Minnie Alice (I5818)
 
3778 The Rev. COATS operated a service station and restaurant in Woodlawn for several years and served in area churches as a Baptist minister. He was a member of Summersville Baptist Church. COATS, Rev. Clarence Wilks (I5002)
 
3779 The Welsh patronymic system describes family trees in terms of the male line only and records the family association in the 'ap' or 'ab' prefix (ap is a contraction of the Welsh word mab, which means son). So, Rhys ap Dafydd means, in English, Rhys son of David. ROGERS, John (I6177)
 
3780 The Welsh patronymic system describes family trees in terms of the male line only and records the family association in the 'ap' or 'ab' prefix (ap is a contraction of the Welsh word mab, which means son). So, Rhys ap Dafydd means, in English, Rhys son of David. ROBERTS, Roger (I6472)
 
3781 The Welsh patronymic system describes family trees in terms of the male line only and records the family association in the 'ap' or 'ab' prefix (ap is a contraction of the Welsh word mab, which means son). So, Rhys ap Dafydd means, in English, Rhys son of David. ROGERS, Robert (I6475)
 
3782 The Welsh patronymic system describes family trees in terms of the male line only and records the family association in the 'ap' or 'ab' prefix (ap is a contraction of the Welsh word mab, which means son). So, Rhys ap Dafydd means, in English, Rhys son of David. ROGERS, Owen (I6476)
 
3783 The Welsh patronymic system describes family trees in terms of the male line only and records the family association in the 'ap' or 'ab' prefix (ap is a contraction of the Welsh word mab, which means son). So, Rhys ap Dafydd means, in English, Rhys son of David. Also, 'ap' prefix could be dropped and the 'p' could be replaced as the first letter in the surname, such as was "Pugh" used instead of "ap Hugh". PUGH, Thomas (I6479)
 
3784 The Welsh patronymic system describes family trees in terms of the male line only and records the family association in the 'ap' or 'ab' prefix (ap is a contraction of the Welsh word mab, which means son). So, Rhys ap Dafydd means, in English, Rhys son of David. Also, 'ap' prefix could be dropped and the 'p' could be replaced as the first letter in the surname, such as was "Pugh" used instead of "ap Hugh". PUGH, Robert (I6480)
 
3785 The Welsh patronymic system describes family trees in terms of the male line only and records the family association in the 'ap' or 'ab' prefix (ap is a contraction of the Welsh word mab, which means son). So, Rhys ap Dafydd means, in English, Rhys son of David. For a woman’s name, the word ferch or verch (often abbreviated to vch), meaning "daughter of", was used. ROGERS, Jane (I6474)
 
3786 The Welsh patronymic system describes family trees in terms of the male line only and records the family association in the 'ap' or 'ab' prefix (ap is a contraction of the Welsh word mab, which means son). So, Rhys ap Dafydd means, in English, Rhys son of David. For a woman’s name, the word ferch or verch (often abbreviated to vch), meaning "daughter of", was used. EVANS, Sarah (I6481)
 
3787 The year of death was written as "Nov. 17, 1937" on the probate envelope, which is incorrect; the Petition for Letters of Administration states the date of death as 17 November 1936, not 1937, which makes more sense since the probate records started in April of 1937... probate can only happen after a death, not before! Source (S816)
 
3788 There are three John Frakes reported on this tax list; unsure of which one is for this John Frakes. FRAKES, John (I302)
 
3789 There are three John Frakes reported on this tax list; unsure of which one is for this John Frakes. FRAKES, John (I302)
 
3790 There have been many stories in the Lawhorn family that William J. Lawhorn was of American Indian descent, and that he came from Oklahoma. I have found absolutely no evidence to support this story. All evidence points to the fact that William J. Lawhorn was born, raised, was in the Civil War, and married all in MISSOURI -- NOT Oklahoma. Here's the proof:

1) Age 3: He's listed in the household of Jacob Lawhorn on the 1850 census for Benton Township in Greene County, Missouri (see fact #13 below)
2) Age 13: He's listed in the same household on the 1860 census for Finley Township in Webster County, Missouri
3) Age 16: He was enlisted in the 8th Regiment Missouri State Militia Cavalry Volunteers, Company H as a Private on 17 July 1863 in Webster County, Missouri (his brothers Daniel and James King Lawhorn were also in this regiment).
4) Age 16: He was mustered out from Company H and into Company M on 28 Aug 1863 in Marshfield, Missouri
5) Age 18: He was temporarily assigned to the 8th Regiment Missouri State Militia Cavalry Volunteers, Company K on 13 April 1865
6) Age 23: On 19 Jun 1870, William J. married Mary Vienna Goddard in Newton County, Missouri according to "Marriage Records of Newton County, Missouri", on microfiche at Family history Library
7) Age 23: He's listed on the 1870 census for Granby Twp, Newton County, Missouri (along with a "Mary V. Goddard", his WIFE)
8) Age 33: He's listed on the 1880 census for Richview, Washington County, Illinois
9) Age 53: He's listed on the 1900 census for Bald Hill Township, Jefferson County, Illinois
10) Age 63: He's listed on the 1910 census for Casner Township, Jefferson County, Illinois
11) Age 73: He's listed on the 1920 census for Ashley, Washington County, Illinois
12) He died 3 days after the 1920 census was taken, in Ashley, Illinois
13) His death certificate states he was born in "Green Co. MO" (this proves 1850 census is correct for this William J. Lawhorn)
14) On 23 July 1920, his widow, Mary V. Lawhorn, filed for pension benefits in Illinois. It states William was in the "H 8 Mo. S. M. Cav." This proves #3 above is our William.
15) Mrs. Essie Jones (William's daughter) provided the information for William's death certificate stating that his place of birth as "Green Co. MO", NOT Oklahoma. 
LAWHORN, William Jackson (I3846)
 
3791 There is a 1930 census for an Alice Hayes, living with her sister "Effie Armstrong" in Jefferson City, MO, but this is NOT our Alice Hayes. This Alice was a daughter of William B. and Annie Hays who lived in Mexico, Missouri in 1910.  GORKE, Alice Anne (I6120)
 
3792 There is a question as to the date and place of William's death, as extensive research done by John Harris (email of 3 Oct 2009 to author) indicates that a different William Henry Baker died on 1 May 1863 of "fever" in Arkansas.

In "Special Order 66", it states that "Sr. 2nd Lieut. F. Y. Doke Co. 'B' is promoted to the rank of 1st Lieut. vice Lt. Baker deceased." This document is dated 22 Aug 1863, so William had to have died before this date. 
BAKER, William Henry II (I4163)
 

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