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201 Appointed to serve the remainder of the Barry County Assessor. He ran unsuccessfully for the job as the Democratic Candidate.

1930 Census shows Dicey Montgomery, 87, living with the family along with Mary Harper, 70, from Indiana shown as a servant. 
MONTGOMERY, SAMUEL MARVEL (I674)
 
202 Appointment on Dec 9, 1809 as a Justice of the Peace in St Clair Co, IL THOMAS, REV, Col JOHN (I727)
 
203 Arrived in New York from Amsterdam on ship Didam.

"Built by Netherlands Shipbuilding Company, Rotterdam, Holland, 1891. 2,751 gross tons; 321 (bp) feet long; 40 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engine, single screw. Service speed 13.5 knots. 508 passengers (44 first class, 464 third class).

"Built for Holland - America Line, Dutch flag, in 1891 and named Didam. Rotterdam-New York service. Sold to Red Cross Line, British flag, in 1895 and renamed Santarense. Sank following a collision in the Atlantic on May 28, 1896."

http://www.ellisisland.org/ 
Renner, Anton (I4599)
 
204 Arrived in New York from Amsterdam on ship Didam.

"Built by Netherlands Shipbuilding Company, Rotterdam, Holland, 1891. 2,751 gross tons; 321 (bp) feet long; 40 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engine, single screw. Service speed 13.5 knots. 508 passengers (44 first class, 464 third class).

"Built for Holland - America Line, Dutch flag, in 1891 and named Didam. Rotterdam-New York service. Sold to Red Cross Line, British flag, in 1895 and renamed Santarense. Sank following a collision in the Atlantic on May 28, 1896."

http://www.ellisisland.org/ 
Renner, Peter (I5142)
 
205 Arrived in New York from Amsterdam on ship Didam. Listad as "Michal".

"Built by Netherlands Shipbuilding Company, Rotterdam, Holland, 1891. 2,751 gross tons; 321 (bp) feet long; 40 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engine, single screw. Service speed 13.5 knots. 508 passengers (44 first class, 464 third class).

"Built for Holland - America Line, Dutch flag, in 1891 and named Didam. Rotterdam-New York service. Sold to Red Cross Line, British flag, in 1895 and renamed Santarense. Sank following a collision in the Atlantic on May 28, 1896."

http://www.ellisisland.org/ 
Renner, Michael (I5141)
 
206 Arrived in New York from Amsterdam on ship Didam. Listed a "Theresia".

"Built by Netherlands Shipbuilding Company, Rotterdam, Holland, 1891. 2,751 gross tons; 321 (bp) feet long; 40 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engine, single screw. Service speed 13.5 knots. 508 passengers (44 first class, 464 third class).

"Built for Holland - America Line, Dutch flag, in 1891 and named Didam. Rotterdam-New York service. Sold to Red Cross Line, British flag, in 1895 and renamed Santarense. Sank following a collision in the Atlantic on May 28, 1896."

http://www.ellisisland.org/ 
Renner, Theresa (I4575)
 
207 Arrived in New York from Amsterdam on ship Didam. Listed as "Fanni".

"Built by Netherlands Shipbuilding Company, Rotterdam, Holland, 1891. 2,751 gross tons; 321 (bp) feet long; 40 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engine, single screw. Service speed 13.5 knots. 508 passengers (44 first class, 464 third class).

"Built for Holland - America Line, Dutch flag, in 1891 and named Didam. Rotterdam-New York service. Sold to Red Cross Line, British flag, in 1895 and renamed Santarense. Sank following a collision in the Atlantic on May 28, 1896."

http://www.ellisisland.org/ 
Renner, Fannie (I5143)
 
208 Arrived in New York from Amsterdam on ship Didam. Listed as "Karolina".

"Built by Netherlands Shipbuilding Company, Rotterdam, Holland, 1891. 2,751 gross tons; 321 (bp) feet long; 40 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engine, single screw. Service speed 13.5 knots. 508 passengers (44 first class, 464 third class).

"Built for Holland - America Line, Dutch flag, in 1891 and named Didam. Rotterdam-New York service. Sold to Red Cross Line, British flag, in 1895 and renamed Santarense. Sank following a collision in the Atlantic on May 28, 1896."

http://www.ellisisland.org/ 
Renner, Lena (I5144)
 
209 Arrived in New York from Amsterdam on ship Didam. Listed as "Zuzanna".

"Built by Netherlands Shipbuilding Company, Rotterdam, Holland, 1891. 2,751 gross tons; 321 (bp) feet long; 40 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engine, single screw. Service speed 13.5 knots. 508 passengers (44 first class, 464 third class).

"Built for Holland - America Line, Dutch flag, in 1891 and named Didam. Rotterdam-New York service. Sold to Red Cross Line, British flag, in 1895 and renamed Santarense. Sank following a collision in the Atlantic on May 28, 1896."

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Rittner, Susanna (I4600)
 
210 Asheville possibly. Wilkes county is next to Yadkin and Surrey counties. STINECIPHER, SARAH (I4)
 
211 Assumed quality of data good and accepted all names whether known to be related or not. CJR has paper showing what entries were merged in anyway. Source (S21)
 
212 At death resided in Lake Havasu, AZ Garst, Robert Koonce (I297)
 
213 At the age of 10 he contracted measles and a traveling veterinarian treated his eyes with a solution that actually burned them, leaving him nearly blind. In spite of this, he was able to run a farm and transport freight across the Rocky Mountains by wagon. He has only two surviving children, Ardeth and Bill, both of the Phoenix area. WOODS, Charles Harris (I4230)
 
214 At the end of the war in May, 1865, Thomas Carroll, was given a certificate of the "Army Church." (Copy is in scrap book. It reads: "Shreveport La, May 20, 1865. This is to certify that T.C. Montgomery has been acceptable member of the "Army Church" in the 1st Brigade parsons Division Mo. Vol. Inftry P.A.C.G.(?) signed A.M. Tolbon, Captain 16th Regt Mo. Inftry, P.A.C.G.

The original certificate was found by T.C.s grand-daughter, Carolyn Jones Charles in his old billfold. It is still in very good conition and is on onion skin type paper. Apparently he treasured it very much carying it with him all his life.

According to Darrell King in the biography of "The life of Rev. E. M. Bounds," a very well known Methodist minister in the South (1835-1913), the "Army Church" was started by Rev. E.M. Marvin. He was a friend of Gen. Sterling Price

Lucile says tombstone says birth was Aug 28, 1833 
MONTGOMERY, THOMAS CARROLL (I654)
 
215 Attended Baylor College, Belton, TX Reese, Ann Inez (I3561)
 
216 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. REESE, R.D. (I4205)
 
217 B 1765 In McClung Collection in Knoxville per G Williams


Elisha Reese 200 acres bk 5 page 275, 08 Mar 1798, Christian Co, Clay
Elisha Reese 160 acres bk 10 page 67, 04 Sep 1805 Livingston, Co Clay Li
(Livingston Co. established from Crittenden Co in 1798)
From Livingston Co KY records:
06 Apr 1829 GB Proctor sold to Elisha Reece one negro woman $350
27 Mar 1807 J Pickens sold to Elisha Reese a negro bo, Cyrus, age 11 
Reese, Elisha (I3441)
 
218 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Launder, M.W. (I4557)
 
219 Baptist preacher. Entered the ministry in 1866 and preached in Greenfield, Springfield, Pleasant Hill, Lee's Summitt and Warrensburg, MO at M.E. church

Was in Missouri until 1897 when he was in Jasper, AK, 1907 in Keener AK. and 1912 in Bergman, AK.

He was a volunteer union soldier from Mo. Pension Cert. 1st. Sgt. enrolled in Dec of 1863 near New Madrid, MO., He went on a scout into the swamps to help carry out wounded comrades on litters made of blankets, poles and gunslings, wading through mud and water and sleeping in wet cloths. He developed Camp Fever and never recovered. He was also on a march in the Dakota Territory from Omaha to Powder River in search of Indians.

5'7" tall, grey eyes, Chestnut hair, light complexion.

1880 Census shows him with two oldest sons with Narcissa Belle in Lees Summit, MO.

Census information in 1900 show him with his two youngest sons with Narcissa Belle. There is also a John Reese married to Eunice A in the same census. This is likely his brother John Harvey Reser with his four oldest children. They are in the Dodd City Township, Marion Co, AK 
Reese, Rev Sherwood Roger (I3417)
 
220 Barnett Cemetery Peace Valley next to parents. Smith, E Artella (I3829)
 
221 Barry Co 1860 Census says farmer adn 41 years old STAMPS, GEORGE WASHINGTON (I668)
 
222 Base Hospital 76 Medical Department to Discharge Cook 7 Oct 1918. American Expeditionary Forces 1 Sept 1918 to 23 Apr 1919. Honorable discharge 8 May 1919. Depweg, Ferdinand Julius (I5165)
 
223 Believe Donald is not Brenda Joyce Sharp's son. Winters, Donald (I5258)
 
224 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. REESE, D.L. (I2912)
 
225 Believe that Brenda Joyce Sharp is not Al's mother Winters, Al (I5257)
 
226 Believe that Collie is former husbands name. Collie, Zelma Hill (I3040)
 
227 Believed to b a cousin. McCall, Mary (I5270)
 
228 Betty and Tom were killed in an explosion Family F299
 
229 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Reser, R.W. (I3792)
 
230 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1506
 
231 Biographical & Historical Memoirs of Northeast Arkansas published 1889 Goodspeed Publication p 193

Local Bar Clay Co, MO
"Only two men have been legally executed in Clay County for the crimes of murder: one of these being Bent Taylor, hanged for the murder of Riley Black, and the other Lafayette Melton."
"Local Bar of Clay County consistes of GB Holified, FT Taylor, GB Oliver and JC Staley of Corning, Jo JOnes of Peach Orchard, JA Barlow of Rector and HW Moore of Greenway."

Clay Co Courier Obituary 3 May 1883
"Mrs Taylor, widow of Bent Taylor who was hanged few years ago for the killing of Riley Black died in Neelyville of pnemonia."

 
Taylor, Luther Benton (I841)
 
232 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. REESE, A.S. (I6211)
 
233 Birth date set from mother's tombstone.

Lived with Asa Reese Family in Waco for awhile. 
REESE, Rebeca (I3066)
 
234 Birth index says 1810 rather than 1801. Need to check with original document. HALL, CAROLINE Matilda (I5)
 
235 Birth index says 1810 rather than 1801. Need to check with original document. HALL, CAROLINE Matilda (I5)
 
236 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Steger, W. (I3248)
 
237 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Paddison, L.R. (I1935)
 
238 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. NEIHEISER, N.A. (I256)
 
239 BIRTH, MARRIAGE & DEATH: Dates are pure guess.

!FGS: Data is from notes of William Compton. 
COMPTON, WILLIAM (I94)
 
240 Birth: Nov. 14, 1925
Missouri, USA Death: Jun. 24, 2004 Tazewell County Illinois, USA
H. George Campbell
PEKIN -- H. George Campbell, 78, of rural Pekin died at 1:28 a.m. Thursday, June 24, 2004, at OSF St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria.
Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Huddleston Cemetery in rural Alton, Mo., with the Rev. Claude Malone officiating.
Friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Yarber Mortuary in Mountain View, Mo.
Memorial contributions may be made to theAmerican Heart Association Memorial and Tributes Program, Department 77-3968 Chicago, IL 60678-3968.
Noel-Henderson Funeral Home handled local arrangements.
Campbell was born on Nov. 14, 1925, in Thomasville, Mo. to Homer H. and Lennie Reese Campbell. He married Ruby Floyd on Dec. 23, 1944, in Salem, Ark.
Surviving are his wife of Pekin; one son, Gary (Sherrie) Campbell of Pekin; one daughter Nedra (Steve) Stranz of Metamora; one brother, Curtis (Fern) Campbell of Mountain Grove, Mo.; and one sister, Ruth Pennycuick of Willow Springs, Mo.
He was preceded in death by one half brother.
He was a World War II Army Air Forceveteran. He served from 1944 to 1946 with 999th air group in Orlando, Fla., attaining the rank of sergeant.
He worked in the scheduling department at Caterpillar Inc. for 31years, retiring in 1978.
He was an auctioneer and antique dealer in the Pekin and Peoria since 1948, last working April of this year.
He was a charter member of the Duck Call Makers and Collectors Association of America, a member of the Midwest Decoy Collectors Association and the Pekin Bottle Club.
He was a member of the Marquette Heights Baptist Church.
Pekin Daily Times (Jun/26/2004)
Family links: 
 Parents:   Homer H Campbell (1891 - 1975)
  Lennie Faye Reese Campbell (1901 - 1983)
 Inscription:
SGT US ARMY AIR FORCES WORLD WAR II
Burial: Huddleston Cemetery Alton Oregon County Missouri, USA
 Created by: Pamela
Record added: Jun 21, 2011 
Find A Grave Memorial# 71745457
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Campbell, Homer George (I2488)
 
241 Birth: Nov. 14, 1925
Missouri, USA Death: Jun. 24, 2004 Tazewell County Illinois, USA
H. George Campbell
PEKIN -- H. George Campbell, 78, of rural Pekin died at 1:28 a.m. Thursday, June 24, 2004, at OSF St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria.
Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Huddleston Cemetery in rural Alton, Mo., with the Rev. Claude Malone officiating.
Friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Yarber Mortuary in Mountain View, Mo.
Memorial contributions may be made to theAmerican Heart Association Memorial and Tributes Program, Department 77-3968 Chicago, IL 60678-3968.
Noel-Henderson Funeral Home handled local arrangements.
Campbell was born on Nov. 14, 1925, in Thomasville, Mo. to Homer H. and Lennie Reese Campbell. He married Ruby Floyd on Dec. 23, 1944, in Salem, Ark.
Surviving are his wife of Pekin; one son, Gary (Sherrie) Campbell of Pekin; one daughter Nedra (Steve) Stranz of Metamora; one brother, Curtis (Fern) Campbell of Mountain Grove, Mo.; and one sister, Ruth Pennycuick of Willow Springs, Mo.
He was preceded in death by one half brother.
He was a World War II Army Air Forceveteran. He served from 1944 to 1946 with 999th air group in Orlando, Fla., attaining the rank of sergeant.
He worked in the scheduling department at Caterpillar Inc. for 31years, retiring in 1978.
He was an auctioneer and antique dealer in the Pekin and Peoria since 1948, last working April of this year.
He was a charter member of the Duck Call Makers and Collectors Association of America, a member of the Midwest Decoy Collectors Association and the Pekin Bottle Club.
He was a member of the Marquette Heights Baptist Church.
Pekin Daily Times (Jun/26/2004)
Family links: 
 Parents:   Homer H Campbell (1891 - 1975)
  Lennie Faye Reese Campbell (1901 - 1983)
 Inscription:
SGT US ARMY AIR FORCES WORLD WAR II
Burial: Huddleston Cemetery Alton Oregon County Missouri, USA
 Created by: Pamela
Record added: Jun 21, 2011 
Find A Grave Memorial# 71745457
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Campbell, Homer George (I2488)
 
242 Birth: Oct. 20, 1913 Warrensburg Johnson County Missouri, USA
Death: Nov. 13, 1950 Columbus Cherokee County Kansas, USA
Married Marion S. Hatcher.
She was a member of the Keelville church.
Survivors include her husband, sons Ronnie & Jimmie, her parents Mr & Mrs William D. Alley, sister Mrs Mary Cowan, brothers Raymond, Leo, William Jr. & David, her grandmother Mrs Effie Headley.
Family links: 
 Parents:
  William D. Alley (1884 - 1966)
  Mary E. Headley Alley (1894 - 1969)
Burial: Fairview Cemetery  Melrose Cherokee County Kansas, USA
Find A Grave Memorial #22860746 
Alley, Flossie Arvilla (I4386)
 
243 Bleininger Andrew son of Bleininger Joseph and Bleininger Theresa. White male, age 5 born in Ohio. Father and mother born Aust-German. Bleininger, Andrew Michael (I4554)
 
244 blind, 6-8 years old MONTGOMERY, Myma (I1291)
 
245 Born as James Harold VAN. Legally changed to CLARK Clark, James Harold (I6129)
 
246 Born at home. Woods, Oliver Harris (I1114)
 
247 Born close to the Trail of Tears HOUSE, Francis MARION (I223)
 
248 Born in a hunters camp on the Current River, Shannon Co, MO. He was only about 2.5 pounds. He fit in a tea cup with only his ears sticking out. He was a friendly man and had many adventures.

Richard volunteered for the Union Army at Rolla, MO 9 September 1862. He was discharged at Ft Leavenworth, KS 9 April 1866.

He was a sargent in 12 th Calvary Co A. He was a member of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) and wore his badge proudly. He took part in 28 battles and skirmishes through Mississippi, Alabama, Georgai and fought the Indians. In the Powder River battle September 10 he was under General Conner. Out of 128 in his outfit there remained only 22 at mustering out. He returned to Howell Co in April 17, 1886.

A pension paper I (Mary Anne McCullough) found says he was paid $6.00 March 28 to July 1892, he was disabled by reason of rheumatism. It was issued 8 Jan 1908, mailed 13 Jan 1908 ret petition 8 Jul 1907.

In Howell Co he met and married a pretty little confederate girl Nancy C. Taylor.

Richard had clipped a note on grandma's paper (Mary Ann McCullough's grandmother) "Say Mag, you were born June 27, 1867. Just 11 months to day after Ma and I were married."

From Gerald Goves Postmaster Book, Vol 1 LPG 151
Re: The NE 1/4 of Sec 18, Two 2, Range 7
"Mr Live says they wanted to move the Chapel Post Office to this land a couple of miles northwest of the future Mountain View. He had purchased that land from Richard and Nacy Smith 13 October 1873.

Richard married several times after Nancy Caroline's death in 1899. He and Mary Cembalo Smith divorced 18 Dec 1912. She was notified by Sheriff of Hughes Co, OK

Broves Postmaster Book Vol 3 LPG 181 quotes:

THE WEEKLY JOURNAL FEB 8 , 1906. A FAMILY REUNION WEST PLAINS WITH PEACE VALLEY TIES;
"At a family reunion at the home of R.G. Smith in this city Saturday Feb 3, the following persons wer among those present:
Mrs Jane Aldridge, of Pleasant Grove, Utah, Mr and Mrs Robert F Padgett of Paradise KS; Mrs Elsie A Seay, of Peace Valley: Mr and Mrs Adolphus Cage and son L.C. Cage, of Gunthers Valley: Issac Smith of Mountain View: Martha Gilliam of Peace Valley: Mr and Mrs Rufus Spradlin of near West Plains and Mr and Mrs Mills Williams of this city. Of these, Mrs Aldridge, Mrs Padgett, Mrs Cage and Mrs Elsie Seay are sisters of Mr Smith.
"Mrs Jane Aldridge moved with her husband from Howell Co. to Salt Lake Utah in 1867. Their teams consisted of a joke of oxen and a yoke of cows. It took them five months to drive through, but on this visit Mrs Aldridge came through in four days and nights. This is her second visit to the state. She was here on a visit 17 years ago, at which time Mr Smith gave a family reunion.
"After a splendid dinner had been served Mr. Smith gave a talk on family ties and earthly separations and heavenly reunions, closing with a prayer. The occasion was a very pleasant one, but the dispersing of the relatives to their homes as of a serious nature, as all realized that perhaps this was the last time in which all would ever meet in this manner on earth."

His last pension declaration states he had a "stroke of paralysis on the right side. Since that time he has not been able to bathe, dress, or feed self." He eide and was buried in the beautiful walnut casket he had made 10 years before. He had selected the lumber from Howell Co trees, had it sawed into 1 1/2 thick solid wood, dried and constructed/and "attractively finished."

He was the oldest native born pioneer of Howell Co, MO at the time of his death. He wrote many historic items for the West Plains News and Qull. He had a great sense of humor and a quick wit and a very good memory. He was known for his practical jokes and storytelling, especially of the history of the area. He wrote many articles on early life in the Ozarks for West Plains papers.

His Death Certificate was signed by TE Ferrell MD, Mountain View, MO 
Smith, Richard Grimes (I3821)
 
249 Born in same house as mother, Margie E. Reese--Married Doyne O. Stevens July 15, 1947---Married O.D.Richeson Aug.1962--Married David H. Gardner- April 10,1970--Divorced July 1985 Rollans, Wanda Jo (I5698)
 
250 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. REESE, A.J. (I858)
 

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