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Subject: [ROOTS-L] MISSOURI, Jefferson Co., BIRTHS & etc.
Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2007 18:41:40 EST
Just to remind everyone -- Charlotte's Pearls are now archived permanently at
Hillsboro, Jefferson County, Missouri
WEDNESDAY, 12 NOVEMBER 1884
WARNING- Plattin, November 4, 1884: We, the undersigned landholders of
Plattin township, Jefferson County, Missouri, take this method of notifying all
whom it may concern, that we forbid hunting of any kind on our lands, especially
by chasing with dogs. Any one found trespassing will be liable to be indicted:
E. SMETZER B. BARBIN
J.W. PORTER T.B. McMULLIN
L.C. MEDLEY Charles McNULTY
C.F. LEE Laurenx LAUTINFOLDS
T.G. BRENT B.F. McMULLIN
W. McCARTY S. MAHRLIG(?)
L. STRICKLAND J. VEASEY
David TUCKER J.J. & C.H. SMITH
J.T. McMULLIN T.H. HAASE
M.V. JOHNSON G. KETCHUM
Max HOMBORGER James VAUGHN
Charles KNORPP(?) C.W. HERBERT
John FISHER Wm. KLEINSCHMIDT
Wesley KNORPP B.B. BYRD
Richard STAETZEL L.Y. McCORMACK
F.C. JENNI J.R. PRITCHARD
L. KLEINSCHMIDT Wm. HALTER
G.W. McCORMACK T.L. McCORMACK
R. PORTER D.W. SMETZER
B.C. BERRY T. HUGHES
J. KAVANAUGH P. LYNCH
R.G. MADISON Theo. TOOLOOSE
L.E. McCARTY Reed SWEET
J. ZACK F.S. McCLAIN
Wm. BROWN J.T. McCLAIN
W.S. McCORMACK J.T. BYRD
George STROUP John HAISE(?)
Louis KALER Rob't W. McMULLIN
T. FOSTER D.A. THOMPSON
Henry PREWITT of Big River township, died at his residence on the 1st
instant, aged 55 years.
Clarence HALE, late of Big River, is now sojourning at Elmoro, Colorado,
where the J.D. will visit him weekly.
C.W. FUNK, the Sulphur Springs miller, has moved to Pittsburg, Iowa. We
understand that his Sulphur Springs millis now idle.
Charles I. ROBERTSON of Victoria and Miss Huldqa J. POPE of De Soto, were
married November 6th, by Probate Judge ELKINS, at his office in Hillsboro.
Eddie VOLLMAR, who has been playing truant for about sixteen months, got back
home last Sunday and intends to stay. There was much joy when he got home.
Circuit court met yesterday for the purpose of trying Matt. QUINN for carving
James EVANS, at De Soto, some time ago; but it is not likely the case will be
tried, as the prosecuting witness is not comestable(?).
LICENSED TO MARRY - John STEINS and Katie BURKHARD, Jacob PILLIARD and Lonida
POSTON, H.M. BORNGESSER and Mary BERG, John R. MAXEY and Ida SWANEY, Charles
L.ROBERTSON and Hulda J. POPE, Thomas DODSON and Mary DICKEMANN.
Mrs. Emma HINCHEY of South St. Louis died in that city on the 3rd inst., and
was buried in the De Soto cemetery on the 4th. She was a sister to Probate
Judge ELKINS, a resident of this city for many years, and well known and much
esteemed by many friends here. She was only 18 years of age and died of
consumption - De Soto WATCHMAN.
Oury oung friend, Hermann SIEMERS, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony,
one day last week, by a Priest in St. Louis. His bride is a young lady from
St. Louis, and is intelligent, amiable and handsome. Her maiden name was Lena
JOHNS. Last Saturday, the enfare took place at their residence, three miles
from Hillsboro, which was enjoyed by some fifty of their friends. The J.D. was
represented by 'Squire SHEIBLE, who did ample justice to the eatibles and
drinkables but some of the ladies say that he is too modest and bashful for a
successful reporter, and wondered how he ever mustered enough courage to ask a
lady to be his wife. This has always been a mystery to the 'Squire too. The
leading spirit of the evening was a sister of the groom, who never tired in
entertaining those present, while Willie DEER had control of the refreshments.
About 11 o'clock p.m., a splendid supper was devoured by the hungry company,
shortly after which some began making preparations to go home, among the first
was ye reporter. May Hermann and his wife always be as happy as they were last
CRYSTAL and LIMITVILLE - John STEIN of De Soto was married, at the Catholic
church, on the 6th inst., to Miss BURKHARD of St. Louis.
Charles DEERE and Miss Nancy MOORE were married on the 2nd inst., by 'Squire
WARNE. By the way, the 'Squire's wife left on the 4th and went to Texas for
her health, by advice of Dr. McNUTT.