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From: Charlotte Maness <>
Subject: [ROOTS-L] MISSOURI, Jefferson Co., BIRTHS & etc.
Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2003 19:18:45 -0700
Just to remind everyone -- Charlotte's "Pearls" are
now archived permanently at
Hillsboro, Jefferson county, Missouri
FRIDAY, 1 APRIL 1881
MARRIED - DRYER-BOLY. At High Ridge, Jeff. Co., Mo., March 16, 1881, by
C. DILLON, Esq., Mr. Herman DRYER to Miss Mary BOLY. All of Jefferson
HARTWEIN--OTTOMEYER.--March 22, 1881 - at the residence of Capt. Wm.
OTTOMEYER, father of the bride, Mr. John C. HARTWEIN to Miss Minnie
OTTOMEYER, by Louis A. GREEN, Esq. All of Jefferson county.
FRIDAY, 8 APRIL 1881
GUARDIAN'S RESIGNATION - Notice is hereby iven that the undersigned
guardian and curator of the estates of Geo. W. LEWIS and Sarah and Ellen
SCOTT, minors will present to the Probate court of Jefferson county,
Mo., on Saturday, the 14th day of May, 1881, my resignation as such
guardian and curator. W.P. HAMRICK.
There was an increase in Thos. DODSON's family last week, but we haven't
been informed as to the sex of the little stranger.
Our friend R.H. NEWBURY has had bad luck since he moved to St. Louis.
His little boy, about 10 years of age, is dead, and his two little boys
Miss MOTHERSHEAD, sister of our county assessor, died last week. She
had an attack of measels and exposed herself too soon--taking cold,
which caused her death.
The vote at De Soto last Tuesday was, for school commissioner, JENNINGS
245; BRYAN 49; STEPHENS 54; CLINGAN 60, for school directors, W.T.
ROBERTSON 380, Geo. D. HAWKINS 275, Geo. DURGAN 133--ROBERTSON and
HAWKINS elected; for new school house on block 8, 331, against it 48;
James ROBERTSON was elected Marshal; and the following as alderman--1st
ward, R. BURROUGHS and Valentine METZ; 2d, S. RUFF; 3d, R.J. VOLKER.
PROBATE COURT - April 2, 1881 - $50 approriated out of estate of Ernest
GREEN, to his mother Mary P. GREEN.
Bond of M.A. GRAHAM, guardian of Johanna and Martha J. WILHUTE, approved.
Settlement of Elbret OGLE as guardian of James OGLE, minor,
Miss Susan EDMUNDS, formerly of Iron County, died at the residence of
Col. J.W. FLETCHER, March 29th. Miss E. came from St. Louis about the
1st of March in search of employment, which she obtained at Col.
FLETCHER's, soon after which she was taken sick with measels; recovering
from which she caught cold, which brought on a relapse. She was buried
at the city cemetery.
OBITUARY - Resolutions of Respect Presented at a Regular Meeting of
Oakland Grange No. 1090, Jefferson County, Missouri, March 26, 1881.
WHEREAS It has pleased our Supreme Master above to remove from us, by
death, our beloved sister, Mrs. Katy PORTER, wife of Bro. E.W. PORTER,
in the prime and vigor of her life, at the age of 23, years; therefore
be it ----W.F. HOLT, N.W. BELL, Mrs. M.C. HOLT, Mrs. Brssie BELL, committe.
FRIDAY, 15 APRIL 1881
At the session of the Board of Equalization of Jefferson County,
Missouri, begun and held in the County Clerk's office, in Hillsboro,
mommencing on Monday, the 4th day of April, 1881, and continuing in
session until Wednesday, April 6th, 1881, the following list of .c.Lands
and Town Lots; were raised in valuation by said Board as follows, to-wit:
BOMBACH, C. BARBER, W.
BECKER, H., Sr. WALTHER, F.
BARTSETT(?) CRAWFORD, S.W.
HAMEL, G. FLETCHER, J.W.
FLEMMING, Geo. CAPE, Wm.
RANKIN, L.J. BISSELL, N.H.
MANHEIMER, B. GRANT, Geo.
BIDAUX, Gust. TOY, Pat
McGILL, Chas. JAMES, Thos.
BATES, H.P., Est. of VINYARD, C.W.S.
BOAS, R.J., Est. of RATHBUN & HAYNES
FRISSELL, Willard FLETCHER, C.C.
KNAPP, F. BARTLETT
FLETCHER, C.C. HOPPER, Simon
MILLER, Julius FAEGER, Frank
BAGE, S.A. SALES, H.E.
MERRILL, J.C. McKEE, D.F.
Notice is hereby given, that said Board will meet as a Board of Appeals,
for one day, on the fourth Monday of april inst, to hear reasons if any
may be given, why such increase in the valuation of above list of lands
and Town lots should not be made by said Board. W.R. DONNELL, Secretary
of said board.
We understand that Dr. R.C. VOLKER will remove to Carondelet about the
first of May, where he will become associated in practice with Dr.
GUTTEN. We know that the many friends of Dr. VOLKER will regret to lose
his professional services, as well as miss his genial countenance among us.
KIMMSWICK ITEMS - by ZULU - Kimmswick, Mo., April 12, 1881 - The sudden
death of Mrs. Dr. SPALDING on last Thursday night caused a gloom to
spread over the neighborhood that will remain long in the memories of
the friends of that estimable lady. Although it was generally known
that she was very sick for the last two or three days previous to her
death, it was not thought that the result would be death. The funeral
took place on Saturday. A large number of friends of the family were
present. The Rev. Mr. SMART, of St. Louis, delivered the address,
clearly showing the Christian character of the deceased.
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