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Subject: [ROOTS-L] MISSOURI, Jefferson Co., BIRTHS & ETC.
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 23:11:51 EDT
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Hillsboro, Jefferson county, Missouri
WEDNESDAY, 14 OCTOBER 1885
Joseph HICKS, who has been spending a few weeks with relatives and friends in
this vicinity, returned to his home, West Point, Miss., Thursday last.
Mrs. Frank BRICKEY of Richwoods, who was prostrated with paralysis about one
year ago, died last Friday and was buried in the De Soto cemetery on Saturday.
The announcement, which appeared in the Democrat and Watchman last week, in
regard to the marriage of Prof. LUCKEY, seems to have been a little premature,
as his wedding was not solemnized until the evening of the 8th inst.
The wife of Dr. SUDDICK, who has been a consumptive for several years, and
who came to this city with her husband last summer, died last Wednesday
afternoon, and was buried Thursday at 2 p.m., from the Congregational church, Rev.
John C. THORPE, who has been clerking for W.H. HARRIS, in the master
mechanic's office of the railroad shops, for several years past, took his departure
for Evansville, Indiana, last Wednesday, where he has accepted a position with
an uncle. Johnny was a favorite among all his acquaintances, and his society
will be a loss to the young people of DeSoto.
Kimmswick is about to experience something of a boom. The firm of C. WUERZ
took up stock and closed doors last Friday. Mr. WUERZ will remove the goods to
his hardware store, and keep a general stock of goods at that stand.
A sign has been put up on Mr. BOWMAN's store, informing the people that on or
about the third day of November next Mr. BRINNEMAN, of St. Louis, will open
up ageneral store, with P. BOWMAN as manager. This, you see, makes an
additional store, which constitutes a boom.
Kimmswick, October 12, 1885.
John THEOBOLD's NEW BAKERY, De Soto, Mo., Is the place where to buy cheap
Bread, Cakes and Pies.
M. ZIEGLER, Dealer in Watches, clocks, jewelry, &c, &c., AT LOWEST PRICE.
Solid Gold Wedding Rings Made to order. Kimmswick, MO.
WEDNESDAY, 21 OCTOBER 1885
READING CIRCLE - Prof. SHELTON was chosen secretary and D.B. VEAZEY
treasurer. For the purpose of township organization the following persons were
appointed chairmen of circles in their respective townships - to-wit: For Central
Township, Mrs. WITTRAM; Rock, Miss WATERS; Joachim, M.C. JENNINGS; Meramec, J.J.
BANTA; Valle, J.M. SHELTON; Big River, W. BRYAN; Plattin, H.B. IRWIN. E.D.
LUCKEY, Chairman of Committee.
LICENSED TO WED - Rudolph REISER and Catharine ARNOLD.
Little Eddie HOEKEN and two of Jake DOUGLAS' children are on the sick list.
Peter McCLUE, foreman of the Glenwood lime kilns, had a leg broken, last
week, by the upsetting of his wagon.
The following births were filed with the County Clerk the past week:
Date Name of Mother Sex
September 30 Mrs. George GOZA girl
September 17 Mrs. Elias DACE girl
October 12 Mrs. James RYAN boy
October 14 Mrs. Henry DAVIS boy
October 4 Mrs. Jos. A. BURGESS girl
October 8 Mrs. W.G. COYCE boy
MAXVILLE - DIED - August 9th, Anson, son of John KOCHNER, of typhoid malaria,
aged 3 years and 10 days; August 22nd, Susan Magdalena, daughter of Philip
and Lydia RUESS, one day old; September 25th, Andreas Albert, son of Albert and
Lena FUCHS, aged three weeks; October 8th, Joseph LEICHT, of consumption, aged
22 years; October 11th, Mary, wife of Henry BLANK, of typhoid fever, aged 27
years; September 30th, Mary Sophia, infant daughter of Martin F. BECKER, aged
MARRIED - LUCKEY - PATTON - At the residence of the bride's mother, in
Moberly, Mo., October 8, 1885, Edwin D. LUCKEY of this county and Miss Rebecca A.
PATTON of Randolph county.
There were quite a number of Moberly friends and relatives present, I
being the only representative of Jefferson county. After giving the bride and
hearty congratulations and partaking of an extra-well prepared supper, we went
to the depot to see the happy couple off on the train, which they took to St.
Louis, and all wished them a safe trip home, as well as a long and happy
journey down the stream of live. W.P.
John W. CLOVER and Mrs. Laura WISE were married on the 11th inst., 'Squire
DUNIGAN officiating. They were serenaded the old fashioned way, the instruments
consisting of bells, horns, pans and anything that made noise, for which Mr.
C. gave a V in gold, and the band retired to Ed. MILLER's, where they procured
some splendid wine and had a jubilee.
DE SOTO - Mr. and Mrs. S. AuBUCHON have furnished rooms over Mr. AuB's store
and are keeping house.
Dr. AUERSWALD went to the city last Saturday, with Robert McMULLIN's child,
which he desired Dr. GREGORY to see.
J.V. HIBBERT, a former resident of De Soto, but now of Joplin, spent a day or
two, this week, with his son, Sammy, and old De Soto friends.
Mr. Green HELDERBRAN, an old settler of the county, is on the move. He
expects to locate in Texas county.
James WINER and a daughter of Elijah BURGESS were married this week. May the
happy couple live a long and prosperous life.