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From: Charlotte Maness <>
Subject: [ROOTS-L] MISSOURI, Jefferson Co., BIRTHS & etc.
Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 23:45:53 -0600
To my "cyber friend" I do thank you for the very beautiful bouquet of
Roses, today, it was and is lovely and I will keep it.
Just to remind everyone -- Charlotte's "Pearls" are
now archived permanently at
Hillsboro, Jefferson county, Missouri
FRIDAY, 20 FEBRUARY 1880
DOCKET PROBATE COURT - Jefferson County, Mo. - April term, 1880 -
Monday, April 12, 1880
BOYD, Cornelia L., minor, A.H. BOYD, guardian.
BUREN minors, John D. HEARST, guardian.
BYRNE, Peter H., minor, M.F. BYRNE, guardian.
BYRNE, Ann, minor, M.F. BYRNE, guardian.
BYRNE, James, minor, m.f. BYRNE, guardian.
BECKER(?), Gertrude, minor, Hubert BECKER, guardian.
BECKER, Martin, minor, Hubert BECKER, guardian.
BROCKHAGAN, Henry, minor, J.A. GERARD, guardian.
BROCKHAGAN, Anais, minor, J.A. GERARD, guardian.
CHENKINS, Elmer, minor, E. VOLLMER, guardian.
DONOVAN, Daniel, minor, Mary DONOVAN, guardian.
DUNNINGAN, John, minor, Mary LEE, guardian.
DUNNINGAN, Catharine, minor, Mary LEE, guardian.
DAVIS, Mary T., minor, S. RICHARDSON, guardian.
DEHNER, Francis K., minor, Hubert SPIDEL, guardian.
DEHNER, John N., minor, Hubert SPIDEL, guardian.
DITTMER, William, Minor, Catharine DITTMER, guardian.
EDWARDS, Lucy E., minor, Jno. STOUSE, guardian.
EDWARDS, T., minor, John STOUSE, guardian.
EDWARDS, Mary J., minor, John STOUSE, guardian.
EDWARDS, Sarah M., minor, Jno STOUSE, guardian.
EDINGER, Geo., minor, Jno YERGER, guardian.
EDINGER, Andrew(?), minor ---- ---- ----
EDWARDS, Oscar, minor, Susan EDWARDS, guardian.
ELDERS, Martin A., minor, G.W. ELDERS, guard'n.
ELDERS, Al-b-e(?) O., minor, G.W. ELDERS, guardian.
FRAZIER, Varbara(?), minor, Lemuel FRAZIER, guardian.
FRAZIER, Edward, minor, A.H. MORE, guardian.
FRAZIER, Geo., minor, Peter STEINMAN, guardian.
FERGUSON(?), Ida, minor, J. COLMAN, guardian.
GASCHE, Emilly, minor, J. Ed. WALKER, guardian.
Tuesday, April 13, 1880.
GASCHE, Anna L., minor, F. JENNI, guardian.
GAMEL, Mattie, minor, C.F. LEE, guardian.
GAMEL, Robert, minor, C.F. LEE, guardian.
GAMEL, Joseph, minor, C.F. LEE, guardian.
GAMEL, Annie, minor, C.F. LEE, guardian.
GERARD, minors, J.A. GERARD, guardian.
GL--ER, Alfred(?), minor, Jos. BECHLER, guardian.
HERRINGTON, Alice R.B., minor, S.M. BARROWS, guardian.
HEIST(?), Herman W., minor, Jno. CAREY, guard'n.
HEIST(?), Julia E., minor, John CAREY, guardian.
JOHN, Willie, minor, Wm. BRYAN, guardian.
KE--SER, Ann Eliza, minor, Ann SCHWALBERT, guardian.
L-EICHE, minors, Andrew MAENER, guardian.
McCULLOCH, Amelia, dec'd, S. BYRNS, adm'r.
McCULLOCH, J.O., dec'd, S. BYRNS, adm'r.
McCULLOCH, W. Allen, minor, Thos. BAKER, guardian.
McCULLOCH, Mary A., minor, Elijah MANESS, guardian.
McCULLOCH, Lucy, minor, Elijah MANESS, guardian.
MORAN, Isaac, minor, Peter FARRALLY, guardian.
MORAN, Catharine, minor, Peter FARRALLY, guardian.
Wednesday, April 14, 1880.
O'BRIEN, Arthur, minor, Michael O'BRIEN, guardian.
OGLE, James, minor, C.F. LEE, guardian.
OGLE, Pearl(?), minor, C.C. OGLE, guardian.
OGLE, Robert, minor, C.C. OGLE, guardian.
STROH, Bertha(?), minor, Ludwig STROH, guardian.
WILDELA(?), minors, Elizabeth WILD-LE, guardian.
WILLIAMS, Annie, minor, C. GORHAM, guardian.
WILLIAMS, Sarah C., minor, C. GORHAM, guardian.
Antonia, Mo., Feb. 18, 1880. - Editor Jefferson Democrat: There was a
very pleasant occurrence here last Saturday evening. A large number of
invited and uninvited people gather for the purpose of seeing the solemn
performance of the marriage ceremonies between our old esteemed friend
Dr. LOHMAN of this place, and Miss Lizzie EDINGER, of the Future Great
city St. Louis. The marriage ceremonies were performed by Esquire A.
YERGER, in most splendid style. Although spoken in the German language,
yet it was pronounced as being one of the nicest little speeches made on
such solemn occasions. and Mr. Editor, let me tell you right here, that
everybody was not only astonished, but hardly knew the old Dr. when he
appeared in his wedding suit. Well, I have heard quite young women
remark that the old Dr. is yet a very nice looking man. After the
ceremonies were over a sumptuous supper was set -- a regular feast,
where all had plenty to eat and enough left over to feed another large
crowd. After the supper was over the music began, and dancing was kept
up till a late hour. Ten gallons of wine and several kegs of beer were
consumed; and all, young and old, had a happy time of it.
The old Dr. is the happiest man you ever saw. But I am sorry to state
that he is going to leave us and move to Kimmswick again, where he will
attend, as a practical physician, to all who choose to call on him. We
wish him and his young wife a happy life and much joy, and may they live
to enjoy themselves a great many years, are the wishes of may who
attended heir wedding.
Another singular elopement took place this week -- Frances WILEY's wife
running off with Geo. FORESTER, and each leaving two little children
behind. FORESTER's wife had been dead four or five months, and Mr.
WILEY was away from home on business when his wife deserted him. We
have no appreciation of the instincts which prompt such people. It must
be the work of the devil.
There was a new addition to the family of John L. WEAVER, last week -- a
W.H.H. THOMAS now boasts of a full hand, three aces and a pair of
queens; the last boy arrived last Sunday morning.
Our friend, William GRAHAM, of Big River township, is mourning the loss
of his wife, who died last Saturday.
Eddie CORP was too young to go to the penitentiary, but they say that
the boy his wife gave birth to last Tuesday night is a twelve pounder.
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