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1. Re: [MOFRANKL] Revised (and hopefully final) Local History Class Schedule for March-April at ECC [1]
Interesting.....If a husband and wife attend, is the cost $70.?
2. [MOFRANKL] Feb. 2 St. Louis Genealogical Society Meeting [1]
Saturday, Feb. 2, 2008 10:00 a.m. St. Louis County Library Headquarters 1640 S. Lindbergh Highway 40-64 is closed, take Manchester or Ladue Road from I-270 to Lindbergh, go north from Manchester or south from Ladue. The Census: Making the Kernels Grow by Pat Stamm, CG, CGL Genealogists us the census constantly to add to their knowledge of their families. However, how closely do they look at the information? Taking the time to scrutinize census records may lead to great finds.
3. [MOFRANKL] Great Line-Up Scheduled for Local History Class at ECC March April 2008 [1]
The Franklin County Historical Society will again present a Local History Class in conjunction with East Central College. Several presentations relate to crime, bank robberies, lynchings, hangings, and related topics that should capture your interest! Others cover the history of towns -- infomation that has not been presented before -- covering Pacific, Gray Summit, Labadie. One presentation features an early church and two are on railroad-related topics. Read through the list and I'm sure there will be pl
4. Re: [MOFRANKL] Hearst Family [1]
I have heard stories, what do you want me to find out? Jackie St Louis MO Mitchell Lee wrote: Does anyone have any information on the hunting lodge that William Randolph Hearst built at Pickles' Ford near St. Clair in the early 1920's. Are there any newspaper accounts, county records, or recorded stories? Thanks. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to MOFRANKL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subj
5. [MOFRANKL] Hearst Family [1]
Does anyone have any information on the hunting lodge that William Randolph Hearst built at Pickles' Ford near St. Clair in the early 1920's. Are there any newspaper accounts, county records, or recorded stories? Thanks.
6. Re: [MOFRANKL] MOFRANKL Digest, Vol 3, Issue 5 [1]
The Hearst family was originally from Missouri - there are pictures at the "Hearst Castle" in California. Nothing was noted about coming back to Missouri however. Sue Eddens ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008 2:00 AM Subject: MOFRANKL Digest, Vol 3, Issue 5 > > > Today's Topics: > > 1. Re: Hearst Family (Jackie) > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Message: 1 > Dat
7. [MOFRANKL] STLGS Open House Reminder [1]
The Saint Louis Genealogical Society is holding an open house on Sunday, January 27, 2008 from 1:00 - 3:00 pm. Tour the office and meet the volunteer staff; talk with experienced genealogists; examine genealogical software; Learn about current projects, the 2008 conference; the fall Speaker Series; Photographer for Hire; classes for spring; the STLGS website and the First Families program; use the office reading room and reference materials. For more information and directions; 314-647-8547 or office@stlg
8. [MOFRANKL] Revised (and hopefully final) Local History Class Schedule for March-April at ECC [1]
The Franklin County Historical Society will again present a Local History Class in conjunction with East Central College. The classes will run from 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday evenings beginning March 11 and running through April 29. Sue Blesi is again facilitating the class. Tuition for the class will be $35. To enroll, contact Sharon Witte at 636-583-5193, ext. 2410. Anyone wishing to attend a single class will be able to do so by making a $7 payment directly to the Franklin County Historical Society at the c
9. [MOFRANKL] CarrollsCorner updates - February [1]
http://www.carrollscorner.net/CarrollsCornerUpdates.htm Esther Ziock Carroll Genealogist, Historian, Author, Servant to 12 spoiled-rotten cats, 1 lazy dog, 1 tolerant husband =^.^= www.carrollscorner.net/ www.youtube.com/Ziock63664 www.facebook.com/ozarkhainthunters www.facebook.com/197thAntiAirCraftArtillery
10. Re: [MOFRANKL] CarrollsCorner updates - February [1]
Have you researched the Childers surname. My relatives lived around the Pacific area. Thank you ----- Original Message ----- From: "Esther M. Ziock Carroll" To: "B. Jackson" ; ; ; "MOSTFRAN" ; "WashCoMo" Sent: Saturday, February 01, 2014 11:41 PM Subject: [MOFRANKL] CarrollsCorner updates - February http://www.carrollscorner.net/CarrollsCornerUpdates.htm Esther Zi
11. Re: [MOFRANKL] CarrollsCorner updates - February [1]
Paul have you used the website with the old newspapers scanned on it? You can search by county and keyword. Maybe you will find something on your Childers in those. Julia ________________________________ From: Paul Childers To: Esther M. Ziock Carroll ; mofrankl@rootsweb.com Sent: Sunday, February 2, 2014 7:05 AM Subject: Re: [MOFRANKL] CarrollsCorner updates - February Have you researched the Childers surname. My relatives lived around the Pacific area.
12. [MOFRANKL-L] Free Database from Ancestry.. FRANKLIN CO. MO.. 1920 [1]
FRANKLIN COUNTY, MISSOURI CENSUS, 1920 (Update) Created from St. Louis County, Missouri in 1818, Franklin County was home to over 28,000 individuals at the time of the fourteenth federal census. Compiled from microfilm copies of the original returns, this database is an index to the census records for county residents in 1920. This update brings the total number of names available to over 18,700. Each record provides the resident's name, township of residence, and relationship to the head of the househo
13. [MOFRANKL-L] New List For Hearst Researchers [1]
I've just started a surname list for the HEARST surname. The initial members are researching descendants of John Hearst who came to the Long Cane area of South Carolina in 1766. A number of his descendants moved to this county. You subscribe to the list just like you did to this one. The address is HEARST-L-REQUEST@rootsweb.com. Anyone researching other Hearsts is welcome. In addition, there are two other lists for variations on the spelling: HURST and HIRST.
14. [MOFRANKL-L] Re: MOFRANKL-D Digest V00 #31 [1]
Thanks Ross for the update. I heard on Good Morning America it was east-central Missouri and there were two deaths, but did not have specifics. Though it is off-topic, I think it is acceptable, and appreciated for those of us more distant. I was planning back in April to take this week as vacation, but changed my mind for the last week of May instead, and guess where I was headed. Perhaps now I will change my itinerary. -- Joe L. Miller Missouri Archive File Manager http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/mo/mo
15. Re: [MOFRANKL-L] Hendricks Cemetery, Stanton [1]
To Jewel and list, I am not familiar with this cemeterey, but I am interested in any information about it. I have family that lived in the Stanton area and feel some should be buried there. Does anyone know where this cemetery is listed? Is the book listing burials available? Thanks, Chris Roberts
16. [MOFRANKL-L] Hendricks Cemetery, Stanton [1]
Is there anyone on the list who I familiar with the Hendricks (Heirs?) Cemetery near Stanton MO? I was told by a cousin that my great grandfather, Jacob Griffith, was buried there with a nice military headstone (civil war). Now I'm told there is a book about burials in this cemetery, and he is not listed in it. Does anyone know if his tombstone is still there, and if not, what could have happened to it? Thanks, Jewell --------------------------------- Do You Yahoo!? Send instant messages & get email a
17. [MOFRANKL-L] Damage Assesment [1]
This is a multi-part message in MIME format. --------------AD629FAD138A85EA8AEFDD72 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii; x-mac-type="54455854"; x-mac-creator="4D4F5353" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Hi everyone I live 5 miles west of Union. I do research here and can only say "I don't think anything happened at the courthouse." There was a huge fire a few blocks away because of a propane tank breaking away. But again - no damage on courthouse square. The Flat Creek that goes through town skirts
18. [MOFRANKL-L] floods [1]
I just want to thank everyone for the flood updates from all over the county. This is a HISTORICAL event and, is therefore, very relevant to all of us. Particularly, considering that a lot of people have old records in their basements, etc., that may be damaged beyond saving, particularly if those records are not the first priority with lots of other problems to address. Imagine how amazed I was to see Franklin County on the news in New York! It sure brought me out of my uninterested trance. I was totally
19. [MOFRANKL-L] Leporin [1]
I am researching the LEPORIN surname. My grandfather was ROBERT H. LEPORIN, married to Grace Romans. Robert was born about 1894 in St. Louis, Missouri. His father was JOHN H. LELPORIN. I have found Leporin families in Franklin County and am trying to find out if there is a connection. Will share whatever information I have on the Leporin surname. Rhonda
20. [MOFRANKL-L] STORM & SURNAMES of Franklin County [1]
ROSS: I also THANK YOU very much for letting us know about the terrible storm that hit Franklin County, Missouri. I have a friend doing research for me in Union and Lives in Washington. The T.V. News(11 pm) reported these were the worst hit areas. Have not heard anything on it out here yet today. Please keep us updated, as I am sure that at sometime MANY genealogists have had contact with researchers in that area. Thanks Ross leighton@pacifier.com OH, by the way, I am researching, the Surnames of: R
21. [MOFRANKL-L] Census [1]
Would anyone have access to the 1860 census for Franklin County. Looking for a James McMeekin who enlisted in the Civil War there in 1861. Thank You! Louise
22. [MOFRANKL-L] Mitchell family cemetery in Southwest Franklin County [1]
I know my ancestors owned land in Boone Township near Japan. In a deed where my ggrandfather sold the property, he reserved a 1 acre burial plot. From what I can piece together the cemetery would have been located west of Japan, MO. Known to be buried there are Thomas Mitchell and his wife Jane. This cemetery is not registered and is not on any maps that I have been able to find, with one exception and that is from an atlas which shows the area around 1880. Does anyone know of this cemetery? Or ha
23. [MOFRANKL-L] Memorial Day [1]
Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day set aside for remembrance of those who have died in our nations service. Memorial Day was first proclaimed on 5 May 1868 by General John Logan, in his General Order Number 11, and was first observed on 30 May 1868; when flowers were placed on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers. The South, at first, refused to acknowledge, Memorial Day, honoring their dead on separate days until after W.W.I. It is now observed in almost every state of the uni
24. Re: [MOFRANKL-L] STORM & SURNAMES of Franklin County [1]
Thanks to Ross for the flood reports.. we are affected in some way or another.. I have family there.. also have a question? Was the court house and records affected? I know in day of old, the court houses seemed to have a history of burning... but who would believe floods? Ellie
25. [MOFRANKL-L] Courthouse Records Are Dry [1]
The courthouse is on high ground, Ellie. About four blocks away is where the damage was the worst and where the business burned. The Governor has declared this and Jefferson County to be disaster areas. Original estimates say $100,000,000 damage in Franklin County but that figure is bound to climb. No one is sure when the schools can re-open because the busses can't travel on roads in this condition. I should mention that not only are the Franklin County records in the courthouse safe

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