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From: "ROBERT E BRUNER" <>
Subject: RE: [MOCLARK-L] Census Information?DAWSON, HOBBS, SPANGLER
Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2003 18:31:23 +0000
An elder half brother of my paternal great-grandfather married a HOBBS. He
was Harvey S.(Steele?) BRUNER b 24 Aug 1839 IN? md 17 Oct 1869 Clark Co.,
MO, one Mary Frances HOBBS b 26 Jul 1848 IL d/o Drury HOBBS (I was told.)
Further, Mary Frances HOBBS had siblings: Emma, Sarah, and George HOBBS.
This all from Harve & Mary's youngest child Mary Frances "Mollie" many years
ago, as well as a late grandson of Harvey and Mary, one Frank AUBREY.
Harvey and Mary are said to have met when both worked on the SISSON
farm/estate in Clark County, Missouri.
Thanks for reading.
>Subject: [MOCLARK-L] Census Information?DAWSON, HOBBS, SPANGLER
>Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 10:27:52 EST
>I was wondering if anyone has any information on the DAWSON family.
>My Greatgreatgrandfather, Kaye Woodhead DAWSON, married a Lizzie HOBBS in
>1889...I think by 1896 they had had 3 children, Ona, Leah, and Rockleigh
>Can anyone find a record of these people in Kahoka around 1900.
>Does anyone confirm that there is an Elizabeth HOBBS in the 1880 census wo
>was 10 years old and living in a family with 10 children.
>Are there any HOBBS out there?
>Someone found Rockleigh in the Charles SPANGLER household in 1900. But
>was the rest of the family?
>Any help appreciated,
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