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From: "Charlotte M. Maness" <>
Subject: [ROOTS-L] MISSOURI, Jefferson Co., BIRTHS & etc.
Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 13:39:17 -0700


Hello from cold and dreary Denver. Here' are the "Pearls" today,
enjoy, Charlotte

Part I

Jefferson Democrat
Hillsboro, Jefferson, Missouri

WEDNESDAY, 21 DECEMBER 1887

A surprise party was tendered Miss Lizzie EARLEY on the evening of the
10th, at the residence of her brother E. MOOHEN. Owing to the
inclemency of the weather a great many were prevented from attending.
Rain and very bad roads, however, did not prevent some of the young
folks from going. Among those present were the Misses Berdie and Tenie
LYONS, Annie and Belle MACKY, Annie and Jennie McGUIRE, Maggie and
Nellie RYAN, Mary EARLY, Katie CABLE, Minnie THOMPSON, Celia EARLY, Kate
and Belle McDERMOTT, Eva DENNIE, Lizzie and Ellen HEMPKER; the Messrs.
W. EARLY, W. COOPER, J. McDONALD, Chrs. McDANIEL, P.R. GALVIN, J.
CASHELS, J. and W. LOTTER, J.F. and Ed. EARLEY, H. ULRICH, Otto FLESCHE,
M. and J. DOUGHERTY, H. DILLON, M.P. LYONS, Jas. LYNCH, Walter
DICKENSON, J. McDANIEL, M. McDERMOTT, W. DOUGHERTY, S. SALE, L.
DUNNIGAN, A. O'BRIEN and many others. Dittmers Store, Dec. 18, 1887

FROM PLATTIN - Mr. and Mrs. Louis PERADORE lost their infant daughter,
last week.

Felix BOYER is very sick, caused by injuries received by a rock falling
on him while digging a well. He is an old man, which makes his recovery
more doubtful.

Reed SWEET died last Monday night, of erysipelas, after four or five
days' illness. He was a good old gentleman, and had been a deacon of
the Baptist church for several years.

George B. QUEN?, of Festus, has been awarded a pension for services in
the Mexican war.

Willie D. CUNNINGHAM, of Bedford Co., Va., wants to find his uncle, Dan
MORGAN, and two cousins, Frank TURNER and Green SANDERS. he is at New
Haven, Mo.

Last Thursday afternoon, at VOLLMAR's hotel, 'Squire SHEIBLE united in
wedlock Louis A. PELOT and Miss Susan BONCHARD, both of DeSoto. They
were a good looking young couple, and have our best wishes through the
journey of life.

On the 16th inst., among the cases and presses, stands and alleys, of
the J.D. offices, George E. SMITH and Miss Mary K. MURPHY, both of
DeSoto, were pronounced "man and wife" by 'Squire SHEIBLE. The groom is
a blacksmith in the machineshop.

Berhard FERIEDMANN, of Antonia, met with a great loss a week ago last
Monday evening, about 6 o'clock. Both his barns, the old and new one,
together with all of his feed, were destroyed by fire. The loss is a
very serious one, as he had a great deal of feed in the buildings.

Miss Frances FETTE and Henry WEISS were united in marriage, at the
residence of the bride's mother at Victoria, on Tuesday evening, 18th
inst., Rev. Father CONNOLLY of DeSoto officiating. The bridal party
were attended by Miss Lizzie WEISS and George FETTE. The ceremonies
were witnessed only by a few relatives, but a pleasant evening was spent
and an elegant supper served. A number of handsome presents were
bestowed on the handsome couple, among which may be noted a fancy tea
set, by Mr. and Mrs. D.A. DEES of DeSoto; a fancy silver castor, Mr. and
Mrs. WITHER of St. Louis; a silver card receiver, Jas. J. DIXON of St.
Louis; silver butter server, Mrs. J. TULBERT of St. Louis; pair of fancy
hand painted vases, Henry EICHNER of St. Louis; silk handkerchiefs, Miss
Lizzie M. KENDALL of Ironton; fancy hanging lamp, Mrs. WEISS; fancy
chamber set, Thomas MAGUIRE, of Bismarck; silver cake stand, C.A. KENDAL
of Ironton. The bride and groom have gone to Kansas City for a short
visit, after which they will come up to DeSoto to make their future
home. They have the good wishes of a large number of friends.

LONGVIEW, December 18, 1887 - As I had nothing to do, hog-killing being
over, I thought I would wend an item to your paper. Longview is a
thriving commercial town, with a population of about FOUR and a good
prospect for an increase next year. Thomas HERRINGTON, an old citizen
of this place but for the past year residing in St. Louis county, is
reported to be the recipient of a red-headed boy. Don't know for sure,
but Thomas wears an eight-day grin. Wm. SWANTNER, our blacksmith, lost
one of his boys last week with diptheria. He has the sympathy of all
his friends in these parts. This neighborhood is considerably worked up
over an expected wedding; everybody is on the qui vive, as the facts
have not leaked out as yet. However, Jim McCORMICK wears a very broad
grin and Cassie CLARK is wearing a peach bloom on each cheek. There is
some talk of Ernest BONACKER being the next Republican candidate for
President should John SHERMAN decline. S.

DEATHS and BIRTHS - The following is a list of the deaths filed with the
County Clerk the past week:
Date Name Age
Nov. 17 Charles FALLET 47 years
Nov. 24 Marjar OGLE 23 years
Dec. 7 Michael SWANTNER 4 years
BIRTHS
Date Name of mother Sex
Sep. 4 Mrs. Michael HILTERBRAND boy
Nov. 21 Mrs. Lewis W. LUCAS girl
Nov. 21 Mrs. William DITTMER girl
Dec. 6 Mrs. Francis M. BELEW girl
Dec. 6 Mrs. Peter O'BRIEN girl
Dec. 12 Mrs. John W. ECKLE boy

LIST of CONVEYANCES - Filed with the Recorder during the week ending on
last Saturday.
John NULL to E.J. ROBERTS, 80 acres, section 31, township 43, range 3
$ 1000.00

Chas. WALDRON to Albert PEGERON, 36 acres, sec 1, tp39 range 4
600.00

C.R. STIADE to F.A. HILDERBRANDT, 3 acres near Kimmswick 729.00

F.W. MOTT to L.J. RANKIN, six lots in DeSoto 404.00

R.W. McMULLIN to J.C. HERRINGTON, 20 acres, sec 17, tp40 range 3
20.00

James PHILLIPS to G.W.N. ELDERS, lot in Hematite 161.00

C.P. DULTON to G.W.N. ELDERS, lot in Hematite 325.00

Philip GLATT to Jacob WEHRLE, 82 acres, section 14, tp43 range 4
775.00

D.V. GOETHEN to Peter BAKER, 40 acres, section 31, tp40 range 4
230.00

Wm. LACKLE to Pat FREENEY, lot in DeSoto 300.00

W.R. DONALDSON to M.R. BROWN, lot in DeSoto 50.00

G.R. RATHBUN to M.H. BROWN, three lots in DeSoto 115.00

August PUIS to T. JARVIS, 69 acres, section 24, tp41, range 4 1200.00




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