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151 1900 Census says William has Dec 1865 birthdate. REESE, William Thomas (I14)
 
152 1900 Census states Ruth was born June 1898 her ages was 1 yr as of June 1900
Believe she is burried in Hutton Valley Cemetery in Howell Co, not Gunter Valley which can't be found in MO in 2007 
Smith, Ruth (I3846)
 
153 1910 Census Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO Effie J Robbin s age 24 single lodge keeper born in MO, father MO and mother MO. Mother was also "Proprietor of lodging house" in Kansas City

1920 Census Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO Robbins Earl B 34 head KS-OH-IL grocer, wife MO-MO-MO husbands assistant, Bobbie Neal 21 brother-in-law grocer (Neal Robbins).

Mrs E williard signed Sarah Robbins death certificate Summitt St.

1930 Census Kansas City, Jackson Co, MO Effie J Robbins 44 born MO as were both her parents and husband 44 meat cutter. Residence was 4 doors away from Sarah. 
Robbins, Effie J (I3869)
 
154 1930 Census showed a Violet Hobbs, 17, as a servant.
1930 Census source is under John Arnold Reser 
Reser, William Lloyd (I3741)
 
155 2523 Confederate Boulevard, Little Rock, AR 72206
Section 16 site 1444 
Depweg, Ferdinand Julius (I5165)
 
156 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2180
 
157 39.438333 -90.001666 Oak Hill Cemetery Macoupin Co, IL maybe Solomon, Minnie Frances (I3505)
 
158 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vincent, J.D. (I5281)
 
159 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Vincent, J.D. (I5281)
 
160 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Coward, S.A. (I6087)
 
161 Australia Web Page REESE, CLARK JAY (I54)
 
162 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hatcher, J.M. (I4395)
 
163 Major Silas Harlin's Station (1778), seven miles south of Harrodsburg on the Salt River. Also spelled Harlan. Harlin was killed at the Battle of Blue Licks (Aug. 1782). Not sure Hans was involved.
 
Goodnight, Hans Michael (I2020)
 
164 Major Silas Harlin's Station (1778), seven miles south of Harrodsburg on the Salt River. Also spelled Harlan. Harlin was killed at the Battle of Blue Licks (Aug. 1782). Not sure Hans was involved. Goodnight, Hans Michael (I2020)
 
165 My Genealogy Hound


Below is a family biography included in The History of Carroll County, Arkansas published by Goodspeed Publishing Company in 1889.  These biographies are valuable for genealogy research in discovering missing ancestors or filling in the details of a family tree. Family biographies often include far more information than can be found in a census record or obituary.  Details will vary with each biography but will often include the date and place of birth, parent names including mothers' maiden name, name of wife including maiden name, her parents' names, name of children (including spouses if married), former places of residence, occupation details, military service, church and social organization affiliations, and more.  There are often ancestry details included that cannot be found in any other type of genealogical record.
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William A. Reese, M. D., was born in Kentucky November 27, 1838, and is a son of G. C. and Mary Reese. G. C. Reese is of Welsh-Irish descent, and is a son of a Revolutionary hero. He is a farmer and surveyor, and is now residing at Knob Noster, Mo., at an advanced age. His wife is also living. William a. Reese was reared on a farm in his native State, and came to Missouri when seventeen years of age. The next year he began the study of medicine, and when twenty-two years of age graduated from the Missouri Medical College of St. Louis. Soon after he began practicing his profession in Pettis County, Mo., remaining there until 1868, when he removed to Fort Gibson, Ind. T. After about three years he removed to Tahlequah, and remained until February, 1880, when he came to Eureka Springs. He at once engaged in practicing his profession, and has continued very successfully. He is president of the County Medical Society, and a member of the State Association. In 1863 he was united in marriage with Lucy Pemberton, and to them were born two children, of whom one, Mary is living. This wife died in 1872, and ten years later Dr. Reese married Mary Smith, a native of Virginia, who was reared in Arkansas. Two children have been born to this union Bess and Grover. The Doctor was formerly an old-line Whig, but since the dissolution of that party has been a Democrat. For many years he was county examiner of Carroll County, and also held the same office in the Cherokee Nation. He takes an active interest in all public affairs, and is a member of the I. O. O. F. and of the K. of P.
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This family biography is one of 82 biographies included in The History of Carroll County, Arkansas published in 1889.  For the complete description, click here: 
Carroll County, Arkansas History, Genealogy, and Maps
 
Reese, MD William Allen (I3778)
 
166 NOTE: Beverly Matthews was told several years ago that the Overton Cemetery, AKA: Hogeye Cemetery, was formerly known as the Oklahoma Union Cemetery many years ago. Some of the old timers pronounce it "Okrie Union".  
At Butterfield turn west off Hwy. 37 onto Hwy W, go 6 miles, turn left (south) on FR1040. The cemetery is 1/10 mile on the right.
A special "Thank You" to Craig & Angela Burns for mowing, an keeping up the Cemetery up.
Transcribed May 1999  by  Roger Longley from existing headstones.
 
KEELING, Robert G (I1253)
 
167 Obituary Claudia Pearl Thomas
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Quiett, Claudia "Smiley"    Often called 'Smiley' Quiett, she was born August 5, 1917 to Harold Scott and Ivy Myrtle Thomas in Gordon, Nebraska. The family moved to Oklahoma when Mr. Thomas went to work as a geologist for Kerr-McGee. In 1933, Claudia married James Hoyt Quiett. The following year she graduated from Central High School in Oklahoma City with their newborn son, James Harold, attending the ceremony. Two years later, Judith Marian was born to the couple, and two years after that, another son, Thomas Richard was born into the family. During the great depression while Jim was in the Navy, Claudia raised their three children in the back of the cleaners that she worked in during the day. The family was all members of University Place Christian Church, where Claudia was very active in the Christian Women's Fellowship. After returning home from the service, Jim and Claudia both went to work at Tinker AFB. Several years later Claudia quit that job just prior to giving birth to another daughter, Janis Marie. The other three children were 15, 17, and 19 yrs old at this time, and were soon to go to the Navy Reserve, get married, and go to Korea in the Air Force, respectively. In 1963, Claudia, Jim, and Janis moved to a home in the Village. In 1967, Jim preceded Claudia in death. Claudia went back to work first with the area's Welcome Wagon, then as an appointment setter for a carpeting company, and finally as executive secretary at Sooner Icee Company, where she retired several years later. From her four children, Claudia was blessed with eight grandchildren: Chuck, Debbie Sue, Debbie Ann, Paul, David, Scott, Missy, Tammie, and Cassie. From the grandchildren, she was blessed with eight great grandchildren: Lane, Christy, Josh, Brittany, Justin, Bethany, Marcus, and Stevie; and from them, four great great grandchildren. Several of the grandchildren knew her as NaNa. Preceding her in death are her parents, both brothers, children Jimmy and Judy, and her grandson, Chuck. On January 16, 2005 Claudia peacefully left this world to join her dearly departed in Heaven. She will be sorely missed. A memorial service will be held 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2005 at Britton Christian Church.
Published in The Oklahoman on 1/18/2005. 
Thomas, Claudia Pearl (I5375)
 
168 A founder of Gamma Phi Beta Chapter at Univ of Texas REESE, Lela May (I3199)
 
169 A Frank Thomas is listed as a lodger. He is 21 and is from Missouri. I imagine this is Mary's brother. Sipe, Eldon Emmett (I2960)
 
170 A message from Facebook
A word to all my family and friends: Maybelle Reese, my Father's loving partner and wife of twenty years passed from this life today.
There was never a question of how much she cared for my father, even to the detriment of her own health in my father's last year of life. I owe her much gratitude for taking such good care of him.
If she and my father knew I was coming home, I could count on being greeted with a banana cream pie. And in the morning there was going to be biscuits and gravy, no matter how hard I pushed to just have a bowl of cereal.
She would always remind me of the time that I fell off their house. I was lying on the concrete patio half dazed. She came to the door asking if I "was funning her". In telling it she would laugh at herself. (Of course, those of you who really know me, understand how she might think I was joking around.)
I have been blessed to have been a part of her life. And if she were able, she would still be arguing with me about politics and religion. She could be a little set in her thinking when it came to these subjects (not that I am). From her pentacostal foundation, she tolerated this United Methodist pastor. On occasion she was quite comfortable preaching to me.
I assure you that she would not have been voting for Hillary in the fall.
She will be missed! 
Family F22
 
171 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Reese, C.A. (I4192)
 
172 a twin
An executive in Port Aurthur, TX 
Lyons, Son (I3134)
 
173 A twin.

Effie and Earl owned a grocery store in Kansas City, MO 
Willard, B (I3886)
 
174 According to Lucile Reese "...who in my childhood was a neighbor of ours (4 miles or so away). They attended Concord church sometimes, and the children went to the same school we did. His wife, Martha, was his second wife, I think. I knew Carrie, and Delphia. I cannot remember if there were some older ones. Peter and Martha are buried in Concord Cemetery. Petter and Billy Boucher were about age of my parents." BOUCHER, Peter A. (I1519)
 
175 According to Published (by whom ?) Genealogy notes from Carl Montgomery
During the 12 remaining years of his life, Robert and Rhoda purchased much of the Montgomery family farm from his brothers and sisters, who were heirs to James Montgomery's estate. 
MONTGOMERY, ROBERT CARROLL (I637)
 
176 According to the census, this is his second marriage. The family now has a border with the last name Eanes with the same birth place and parents birth place of the new wife. His son Tom Frank's mother has a birthplace that is different than the current wife and the previous wife. Reese, Jr Francis Jefferson (I3608)
 
177 According to the census, this is his second marriage. The family now has a border with the last name Eanes with the same birth place and parents birth place of the new wife. His son Tom Frank's mother has a birthplace that is different than the current wife and the previous wife. Reese, Jr Francis Jefferson (I3608)
 
178 Actually a distant cousin from the country in an arranged marriage. Lu, Grandma (I272)
 
179 Addison was a fraternal twin of Garrison Northup, Addison Grace (I6212)
 
180 Additional descendants and details were furnish by Gayle Miller through ancestry.com. Her email gayletx@bellsouth.net
One source says born in Spartanburg, SC 
THOMAS, ANTHONY McElwayne (I729)
 
181 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1164
 
182 Adopted but not sure who the father is Mack or Stark Mack, Lynn (I2568)
 
183 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Smith, M.I. (I2259)
 
184 adopted daughter according to the 1880 census. Moore, Willie E (I6354)
 
185 Adopted Oliver Joshua's and Sarrilda's previous children. Family F333
 
186 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Williams, L.D. (I340)
 
187 Agnes O. Reese passed away peacefully on Sept. 19, 2015, at the age of 97,in Kalispell where she has resided for the last 3 ½ years.
She was born in Poplar, Montana, in 1917 to Frank and Maria Lemieux, one of 14 children.
Growing up, she won contests singing with her sisters, and later in life singing in her church choir and with a ladies barbershop group.
She attended beauty school in Chinook, and while working as a waitress in the Grill Cafe she met the love of her life. She married Thomas (Doc)Reese in Havre on Nov. 2, 1941. Eight children were born to them there, and they resided there for 70-plus years.
She is survived by her husband of 73 years and all eight children, Linda(Mick) Miller, Laverne Miller, Winifred (Karl) Apple, Donna (Hank) Tweeten, Dallas Reese, Gary Reese, Roberta Reese and Dennis Reese.She is also survived by 13 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren; as well as two sisters, Edna Reeseand Lauriena Curtiss; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Sheloved Beaver Creek Park,and we have countless memories of the time we spent there.
Shewas active in her church and taught Sunday school for many years. Shemade cookies and salads for every potluck and funeral dinner.
Wereferred to her as a "Sunday afternoon painter." She lovedpainting, especially flowers and scenery, and her paintings decorate many of her family's homes.
She will always be remembered sitting at her organ in the living room playing hymns or in the kitchen cooking for a large family gathering.She was especially known for her cookies, cinnamon rolls and pot roast on Sundays.  
A private family service will be held at a later date.
We'll miss you Mom. To send a note of condolence to the family pleasevisit http://www.buffalohillfh.com.
Buffalo Hill Funeral Home is caring for the family.
 
Lemieux, Agnes O (I2908)
 
188 Also send a page from Confederate Roll of Honor Missouri with
CPL Alexander Taylor 12 th MO INF. Killed In Action at Helena ARK 4 JUL.1863 CSR 165 
Taylor, Alexander (I3817)
 
189 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. REESE, L.F. (I357)
 
190 Alternately called Joseph Earl and Earl Joseph. Dedmon, Joseph Earl (I6539)
 
191 Alternatively?
District of Columbia created by Act of Congress 15 Sep 1787 and established Dec 1800.

Before the District was created in 1790, the Maryland portion (what is now DC) was in Montgomery County, MD from 1776 - 1790. Prior to 1776, it was in Frederick County, MD. Until the Federal City was built, the port of Georgetown was the only major town within the current DC boundaries, with the port of Alexandria on the other side of the Potomac. Although the town of Frederick was the county seat of Frederick County, Georgetown rapidly grew to rival and surpass it in size. When Montgomery County was created, Georgetown became the county seat.

Thus, anyone researching Georgetown relatives prior to 1790 should look in the records of Montgomery County, and before 1776, in the records of Frederick County. This can cause confusion, as modern-day Frederick County is rather far from Washington. For example, I had originally assumed that an late 18th-early 19th century resident of Georgetown must have moved to the town from either the town of Frederick, Maryland, or the rural areas surrounding it, as I found him on the Frederick County, Maryland muster rolls for the Revolutionary War. It turned out HE had not moved, the county boundaries had. He was already comfortably ensconced in Georgetown!! 
Family F264
 
192 Amanda Montgomery (Aunt Mandy)

She had children who had families (she considered that her home was with her son, Joe) but all these families were active and no doubt noisy, so she liked to stay part of the time quietly and serenely with her sisters, and they always enjoyed having her.

She had married George Washington Stamps (known as Wash) who had died when he was 55 years old (according to his gravestone in the Chitwood Cemetery). They lived on an upland farm near what is now Ridgley, and had a hard struggle to make a living on it. Nowadays people have learned better how to live in those non-valley areas, but then if you couldn't raise corn and clover and wheat, and thereby have cows, horses, and other stock, you just didn't know other things to do.

I never remember her talking a great deal, but I do recall her telling a story one time about going somewhere on foot, taking their dog along, and realizing it was rabid. However, it would still obey them enough to stay behind until they got to their destination and safety.

As a footnote here I might say that mad-dog stories were the horror tales of my childhood. In the days before telephones, a rabid dog would trot through a neighborhood biting stock, other dogs, and sometimes people, and there was no way to send out a neighborhood warning. Unless some of the men got on horses and followed it, it might trot unchecked for miles, going through fields and woods out of sight. There was no cure for the bite. I never saw one, but I sure looked a lot behind me on my way to and from school, and a mad-dog was really the most fear I had of the dark.

But back to Aunt Mandy, the beautiful "Appalachian" basket I have was her stocking-mending basket. I don't know who made it.

She wsa buried in Concord Cemetery with the Montgomery family, not in Chitwood by Wash. I think the Chitwood Cemetery was in a very bad brushy condition at that time, but when I was there in….it was clean and neatly manicured.

Note on Lucile notes born June 10, 1824, 8 years earlier than here?) 
MONTGOMERY, AMANDA (I653)
 
193 Amanda older than Martha? Freeman, Amanda (I2241)
 
194 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1570
 
195 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Meredith, W.M. (I4385)
 
196 Andrew's parents were Oliver Woods and Nancy Haynes. Do we already have this Oliver Woods?
The Civil War Years 10 Aug 1860 Parker, Beat 6, Newburg, Texas, USA

Andrew Pinckney Woods along with his wife, Elizabeth Jane McCall Woods, and their four daughters moved to Texas after the birth of Sarah Lavina in 1859 in Missouri.  The four daughters who were listed were Nancy Jane, Margaret Adeline, Mary Elizabeth, and Sarah Lavina. Two more daughters were born while they were living in Texas.  Emma May was born in September, 1861, and Zipporah was born in May, 1864.  They must have waited out the Civil War years in Texas because they were back in Missouri for the 1870 census.  Andrew's father, Oliver Woods, was compelled to leave Lawrence County, Missouri at the age of 76 after the 1860 presidential election.  He was one of 14 people in Lawrence County who had voted for Abraham Lincoln.  Oliver was shown as living with one of his sons, John Blackburn Woods, in Mount Vernon, Lawrence County, Missouri on the 1860 census.  Oliver moved soon after this census to live with ones of his daughters and her family.  Oliver died in 1863 in Centerville, Appanoose County, Iowa.  He is buried in the New Hope Cemetery near Monravia, Iowa.  
WOODS, Andrew (I5267)
 
197 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hijar, A.P. (I1954)
 
198 Another place gives date of Mar 27, 1899 pg 63 Family F452
 
199 Apparently died in childbirth. She was only 19 years old. She is burried with her parents unter a big tree in the middle of Wabash Cemetary in Mason TWP in Effingham, IL. Cemetary on current maps--2006. McGuire, Matilda (I3063)
 
200 Apparently there was a falling out at one point between Oliver Joshua, Harris, and Ross. Woods, Ross Pleasant (I1117)
 

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