Scott, Co Missouri Queries & Surnames
March 1997 through July 1997:
Wayne Langston (7/25/97)
I am researching the following families of Scott Co, Mo.:
James CHAPMAN that married Dicey SCHROADER in Henry Co, Tn. and moved to Scott Co, Mo prior to 1870. Interested in contacting any descendants. Interested in Drury HODGES that married Diane GRIFFITH 23 Jan 1800 in Franklin Co, Va. He was believed to have died in Scott Co, Mo. about 1833. Any help would be appreciated. My snail mail address is:
Rt. 2 Box 1640-8
Ray City, Ga. 31645
Melanie Duvall (7/25/97)
Searching for the family of Charles STEPHENS b. abt 1873 d. maybe around 1902. Charles STEPHENS married Ida Florence ASHCRAFT on 4 Sept 1895 they had a son Elven b. abt 1898 in Scott County. I believe Charles died around 1902 or 1903 because Ida then married James Burton DUVALL. Elven then took the DUVALL surname. I cannot find Charles' family anywhere. If someone has access to a 1900 census, that may help. I figure Charles, Ida (abt. 22), Elven (abt. 2). Any help would really be appreciated. Thank you, Melanie Duvall.
John Hagle (7/22/97)
I'm searching for my Grandparents, Elven E."Snapper" DUVALL and his wife Alma Emma HUMPHREYS. "Snapper" was born in Scott County, Missouri in 1898, and died in Macomb County, Michigan in 1964. Alma was born in Mississippi County in 1900 and died in Bay County, Michigan in 1981. They lived in Tywappity, Mississippi County, Missouri before moving to Michigan and had 5 children there: Elven Edward, Ruby Aleene, Marshall Emory, Georganna Florence, and James who died as an infant. They had 2 more children in Michigan: Donald Ray and Richard Lee. "Snapper"'s parents were James Burton DUVALL and Ida Florence ASHCRAFT. Alma's parents were Robert Lee Andrews HUMPHREY(S?) and Georgia Ann EMORY. There is some question as to whether "Snapper" was a natural child of James and Ida. Any information would be helpful. Of course, I am happy to pass what information I have to anyone who wants it.
Addition to query 7/25/97: Also searching for the family of Charles STEPHENS, in Scott County in late 1800's. Thanks, John Hagle
Diane L Provost (5/10/97)
I am researching my Grandfather, JOSEPH WILLIAM WARE and ALBERT BENJAMIN WARE who I believe lived in Perkins or Blodgett, Scott Co., MO around 1870 to 1930. If you have any info on these surnames please let me know. I will be happy to share what I do have.
Robert D. Sliger (5/10/97)
I am trying to find some information on my gg grandfather JOHN W. SLIGER, he was born in Washington Co. Tennessee ca. 1847, he moved to Putnam Co. Tenn in the 1860's, he then moved to Crittenden Co. Ky. with his family sometime after the 1880 census. He then moved to Scott Co. Missouri, he is found on the 1910 and 1920 census in Sikeston. In 1910 he was listed with his wife Sallie, daughters Nannie, Ora, Ethyl, Dora and Dora's daughter Ruby, they are in enumeration district 171, East Street in 1920 he and Sallie were living with Dora and her husband Harvey Duver on Kathleen Ave. enumeration district 196 sheet 34 page 198. I am trying to find his date of death and where he is buried, I suspect that these events occurred in Sikeston, he was 72 years old in 1920.
Seeking information on relationship of Catherine HUBBS, Mary HUBBS, Nancy HUBBS, who are listed on 1870 census in Scott County, Tywppity township. If anyone can tell me what Hubbs one of them may have been married to. I am researching descendents of Thomas Hubbs of Obion County, Tennessee. He had 4 sons, William, James Clark, David, and Mark. Mark went to Dent County, MO approx. 1858. I have a lot of info on descendents of Mark.
Barb Barnes (4/5/97)
My gr.gr.grandfather LANGDON POOL settled in Scott Co. in 1852.He died there 1-18-1861.His wife and part of his children continued living there. I understand there is still a POOL homestead.What I would like is an obituary for Langdon and or his wife MARY HOGGARD. Also, where are they buried? I have a page from Goodspeed(?) book of Southeastern Mo. with this info. Would like info on any of this family and will happily pay for copies or whatever.Thanks.
Hester Suits (4/5/97)
I am trying to find out what happened to my ggrandmother ALICE MARIE MANGRAM. She was living in Sikeston, Scott Co.,MO in 1910 with her 2nd husband and children. She died in 1914, and my grandmother Myrtie was sent back to Ky to live with relatives. I can't find anything on Alice's death or burial. Any help would be appreciated.
Jon Myatt (4/5/97)
I am researching the MYATT brothers of Scott Co. Missouri who enlisted in the 8th MO Cav in 1862. There were at least four: William, Wiley S., James A. and John H. Myatt. William served in the 8th Cav. Wiley S. and James served in the 15th MO Infantry and John H. served in J. Reeves' MO Cavalry in 1862 and then in 1864 he served in Elliott's 9th MO Cavalry.
James Lang (3/1/97)
My name is James Lang and I live 1000 Palms Ca (Mojave desert) I am researching my grandparents CHARLES WARNER and GEORGIA ANN MORAN m Sep. 1903 in Oran Mo. my mother MILDRED WARNER b. 1910 in Perkins. At some point they left perkins for Cal and I would like to know where in Perkins would I be able to find further info?? Any help appreciated.
Barbara Franklin (3/1/97)
I am looking for information regarding ABRAHAM GABRIEL LIVINGSTON, born in Hamblen County, Tn in 1811. Abraham is said to have come to Missouri after 1858, remaried, and had two sons and a daughter. He is said to have lived in Scott Co. Missouri. I would appreciate any information available on Abraham and his family. I have a great deal of Livingston information and would be glad to share.
Gary Maness (3/1/97)
I am researching my roots on my mothers side. My grandfathers name was FRED C. ARNOLD, and was born in 1912. His fathers name was JOHN CLAYTON ARNOLD, and was married to BERNETTI JANE ELLIS.They were from Sikeston, MO area and the Galena area. They also had mostly Cherokee blood. I am trying to verify this.
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