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From: "Charlotte M. Maness" <>
Subject: [ROOTS-L] MISSOURI, Jefferson Co., BIRTHS & etc.
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 17:51:27 -0700
Before I forget. HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!!!!!!!
Just to remind everyone -- Charlotte's "Pearls" are
now archived permanently at
Hillsboro, Jefferson county, Missouri
FRIDAY, 8 MAY 1874
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS - The County Court has had a busy term this
week, mostly settling with road overseers. The following is the
business transacted the first two days: On testimony of citizens of
Plattin township that Lot McDONALD a blind man is in a destitute
condition, the sum of sixteen dollars was appropriated out of the county
revenue for his support, two months from this date, and a warrant for
the amount delivered to John T. BYRD.
The following accounts were allowed against the county.
Dr. E.E. EVANS, for med. attention to Mrs. HILL
a poor person $26.00
J.T. McMULLIN, care and funeral expenses
of Mrs. HILL 31.00
E.F. HOBART, for school blanks 6.00
I.H. BROWN, Co. School Sup't 114.20
B. HINEY, road hand 9.00
L. HINEY, road hand 3.00
D. WILLIAMS, road hand 7.50
J.B. COFFIN, road hand 3.00
Ben ALLEN, road hand 4.50
Fred YERGER, road hand 4.50
H.L. DOVER, road hand 1.50
J.B. DOVER, road commissioner 33.00
Louis RICHMAN, for support and burial of
T.B. MOSS, Sheriff 6.100
The following made settlements and received warrants for the amount due
J.W. VERNON Dist 19 8.94
T. JARVIS Dist 18 12.10
Jos BECHLER Dist 24 47.55
Ed CASHELS Dist 17 37.40
S.H. MEAD Dist 7 5.68
J.W. WILSON Dist 9 3.55
Jos YERGER Dist 13 10.19
Xavier KOHLER Dist 14 26.55
John CAREY Dist 27 11.50
Conrad GLATT Dist 13 96.04
Frank GRIMM Dist 1 17.95
C.F. GRALL Dist 24 32.50
Dan BONACRE Dist 34 24.50
J.A. CREASEY Dist 11 32.80
Geo LONEY Dist 25 26.73
Henry POLLMAN Dist 21 82.20
FRIDAY, 15 MAY 1874
OBITUARY - DIED - Near Vineland, Jefferson county, Mo., April 30th,
1874, after 16 months sickness of dropsy and heart disease, Vincent C.
PULLEN, aged 55 years.
DIED - At the Victoria House, Victoria, Mo., April 29th, 1874, Ida May,
adopted daughter of J.G.. and Rachel RAPP, aged 9 years and 3 months.
FRIDAY, 22 MAY 1874
OBITUARY - RICHARDSON - Died, May 4th, 1874, at Victoria, Mo., Mary
RICHARDSON, relict of Allen RICHARDSON, aged 58 years and 4 months.
She had been greatly afflicted for three or four months, but bore
all her suffering with Christian fortitude, and when informed by the
doctor that she must die, was not in the least excited, but calmly
remarked, God's will be done. A FRIEND.
FRIDAY, 29 MAY 1874
MARRIED - ROGERS - SMITH - At Victoria, Mo., on the 18th day of May,
1874, by C.W. CHRISTOPHER, J.P., Mr. John G. ROGERS and Mrs. Mary J.
SMITH, all of Victoria.
PROBATE COURT PROCEEDINGS - May term, 1874 - W.H. GLAIZE guardian of
Elmira GLAIZE, was ordered to make final settlement on estate.
Bond of Jacob FINK guardian of Elizabeth NAGEL, approved.
FRIDAY, 19 JUNE 1874
BASEBALL - The following is the names and positions of the players.
HEAVY WEIGHTS Jessie MAUPIN, l.f.; R. ARRINGTON, c.; W. MITCHELL r.f.;
D.L. JARVIS, s.s.; C.T. HORINE 2b.; W.H. H. THOMAS 3b; Henry FRAZIER
1b.; C. PIPKIN p.; and C. BYRNS c.f.; LIGHT WEIGHTS G. ARMSTRONG s.s.;
J.N. SMITH 3b.; C.R. HONEY p.; Frank JOHNSTON c.f.; R. ARMSTRONG c.; Wm.
HAVENS 1b.; T.H. McMULLIN 2b.; L. A. GREEN l.f.; and J. SLOEPERR, f.
The heavy weights scored 24 runs and the lights 55.
MARRIED - GREEN - SYKES- At DeSoto, Mo., June 4th 1874 by Rev. HASSETT,
at his residence. Mr. George W.T. GREEN, to Miss Sarah Ann SYKES, of
Jefferson county, Mo.
On Thursday the 4th inst., Isaac P. WILLIAMS of Big River township
attacked Thos. MANION in the road and stuck a knife in him. A warrant
has been issued for WILLIAMS, and as he will probably be tried this
week, we refrain from giving any further particulars.
FRIDAY, 26 JUNE 1874
OBITUARY - GOWAN - Died June 12th 1874, Mrs. Elizabeth GOWAN, beloved
wife of John GOWAN, aged 40 years, 7 months and 8 days.
Mrs. GOWAN leaves ten children, one an infant five months old. She
has been a faithful and consistent Christian for many years, and a
member of the M.E. Church. She was a kind mother and an affectionate
wife, and her loss will be mourned by a large circle of friends and
acquaintances, by all of whom she was beloved. M.J.M.
PROBATE COURT PROCEEDINGS - June Term, 1874 - Henry D. ACHTER was
appointed guardian of person and property of Lucy C. DAVIS, aged 6
years, and ordered to find bond in the sum of $100.
Letters of Administration of Wm. LONG on estate of Thos. E. MOTHERSHEAD
were revoked for neglecting to settle, and disobeying orders of the
Michael GALVIN guardian of Peter, Mary, Ann and Catharine WALSH fined,
final settlements, which were continued till Sept term 1874.
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