Black Families: Pages 61-90
Slave-name/owner-name Probate #/year began Age of slave Gender Values
MARY/S.-H.-Owen 11-22-1862* 2 F
*S. H. Owen's slave, ISAAC, DELIA, JACK, BOB, and MARY sold to Charles B. Owen for $1800. Jack was sold as "not warranted" meaning, it is thought, that his health or physical condition was uncertain. Deed Record Book "L," page 316.
BAILOR/J.-M.-Patterson 5-7-1861* 14 M
*sold to Eliza Ford. Deed Record Book "L," page 108
IVY?/Alexander Patterson Bk. 'A,'p24*/1834 M
*Greene County, Missouri, Probate Court Minute Book 'A,' pages 24-26. Reported sold for $500 at the November, 1836, term of Court.
NEGRO BOY/Thomas-M.Compton 6-5-1861* M
*the sale price of $1500 included land. Deed Record Book "L," page 151
ELIZA/Harriet-Smith 1-14-1861* 40 F
*Gift to daughter-in-law Orlena Coleman. Deed Record Book "K," page 676
SEE Greene County, Missouri, Archives probate inventory and appraisal record, #222, 1837-1846 for more on Harriet Smith. She is listed as owning "19 Negroes" from N. S. Smith.
DARY/Harriet Smith* 1857 M 100
HARRY/Harriet Smith* 1857 40 M 900
CHARLES/Harriet Smith* 1857 32 M 1000
JOHN/Harriet Smith* 1857 32 M 1000
BEN/Harriet Smith* 1857 29 M 1000
CUFF/Harriet Smith* 1857 22 M 1000
JIM/Harriet Smith* 1857 18 M 1000
TOM/Harriet Smith* 1857 16 M 900
JAKE/Harriet Smith* 1857 14 M 800
ESAU/Harriet Smith* 1857 13 M 700
JAMES MONROE/Harriet Smith* 1857 9 M 650
KEZIAH/Harriet Smith* 1857 35 F 700
MARY/Harriet Smith* 1857 50 F 400
MAHALY/Harriet Smith* 1857 31 F 800
JUDAH/Harriet Smith* 1857 20 F 800
JULIA/Harriet Smith* 1857 20 F 800
JANE/Harriet Smith* 1857 16 F 800
MARIA/Harriet Smith* 1857 14 F 800
SARAH/Harriet Smith* 1857 4 F 300
*Greene County, Missouri, Probate Inventory and Appraisement Record Book, 1837-1864.
DAVID/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 M
HARRY/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 40 M 900
CHARLES/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 32 M 1000
JOHN/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 32 M 1000
BEN/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 29 M 1000
CUFF/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 22 M 1000
JIM/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 18 M 1000
TOM/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 16 M 900
JACOB or JAKE
/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 14 M 800
ESAU/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 13 M 700
JANE/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 16 F 800
MARY/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 50 F 400
RAMONA/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 F
MIHOLY/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 30 F 800
JUDITH/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 F
JULIA/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 20 F 800
MARIAH/Nicholas R. Smith Bk. 'C,' p343*/1859 F
SARAH/Nicholas R. Smith Bk 'C,' p343*/1859 4 F 300
*In Book "C" of the Greene County, Missouri, Probate Court, on page 343, is a suit involving Harriet Smith as plaintiff and Patrick R. Smith, D. C. Smith,. A. B. Smith, A. Smith, E. Smith, Virginia Smith and Sarah Smith as Defendants. Harriet Smith is suing for her dower of one third of the slaves and land. Ages and values have been taken from Greene County, Missouri, Probate Inventory and Appraisement Record Book 1837-1864.
ALLICE/Branham-A.-Woodson 12-11-1860* 10 F
*ALLICE, of "yellow color," was collateral for a note to N. F. Jones. Record Book "K," page 561
JIM, a-blacksmith/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* M
NELLY, his wife/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* F
ALBERT/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 15 M
MARY/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 13 F
DANEY/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 11 F
TOM/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 6 M
MINERVA/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 4 F
INFANT/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* infant unknown
FLOYD/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 37 M
MARIAH,-his-wife/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 38 F
GEORGE/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 17 M
MONROE/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 12 M
HAMERA/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 7 M
ELVIRA/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 2 F
MARTHA/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 36 F
WILLIAM/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 17 M
NATHAN/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 13 M
ANDREW/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 13 M
EMMA/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 11 F
CALVIN/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 8 M
VAN/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 8 M
LUCINDA/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 18 F
UNKNOWN/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 2 Unknown
LIVIE/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* 20 F
UNKNOWN/John-T.-Smith 1-4-1861* unknown unknown
*John T. Smith's slaves went to his daughter, Fanny Smith. Deed Record Book "K," page 619
ANN/Andrew-C.-Bradley 1-15-1861* 26 F
*ANN, "Somewhat Swollen on her right Jaw or face and of a black Color," went to David L. Fulbright. Deed Record Book "K," page 642. A David L. Fulbright is noted in Deed Record Book "N," page 465, as living in Laclede Co., Missouri, in 1866.
ANN/Andrew-C.-Bradley 1-19-1861* F
*Bradley sold Fulbright's mortgage to Evans Morgan and Company. Deed Book "K," page 650
BEVERLY/Wm.-F.-Hughes 8-31-1860* 19 M
LEWIS/Wm.-F.-Hughes*1 8-31-1860*2 17 M
*1There is a Lewis Hughes, tobacco factory hand, black, 25, male, born in Tennessee, in the 1870 census.
*2went to Thomas F. Layton. Deed Record Book "K," page 393
BEVERLY/Robert-D.-Foster 6-25-1860* M
*Robert D. Foster of Spotsylvania County, Virginia, gave power of attorney to John A. Foster to take possession of Beverly "Dark Collor quite or nearly black." Deed Record Book "K," page 296
ROSE/Patterson-F.-Denton 1-22-1856* 8 F
*given to Denton's wife, Fanny P., Rose was "of dark mulatto complexion." Deed Record Book "K," page 167
ELIZABETH/Julia-M.-Vaughan 9-17-1859* 22 F
*ELIZABETH, "alias Lavina," was sold to S. S. Vinton for $1000. Deed Record Book "J," page 543
JANE/Julia-M.-Vaughan 9-17-1859* 20 F
*mentioned Deed Record Book "J," page 543
MARY/Wm-McFarland 9-17-1859* 7 F
*went to McFarland's daughter, Nancy C. McFarland. Deed Record Book "J," page 552
JANE/Julia-M.-Vaughan 8-5-1859* 20 F
ELIZABETH/Julia-M.-Vaughan 8-5-1859* 22 F
*JANE is traded for ELIZABETH who is noted here as "alias Louisa." S. S. Vinton got JANE in this trade and bought ELIZABETH noted previously. Deed Record Book "J," page 476
HALL/Thomas-W.-Anderson 3-14-1859*2 32 M
BILL/Thomas-W.-Anderson*1 3-14-1859*2 13 M
*1There is a William Anderson, invalid, black, 25, male, born in Kentucky, in the 1870 census.
JOHN/Thomas-W.-Anderson*1 3-14-1859*2 9 M
*1There is a John Anderson, farm hand, black, 24, male, born in Kentucky, in the 1870 census.
BOD/Thomas-W.-Anderson 3-14-1859*2 5 M[?]
LOUIS ELIS/Thomas-W.-Anderson 3-14-1859*2 16 months M
EVERLINE/Thomas-W.-Anderson 3-14-1859*2 30 F
HARRIET/Thomas-W.-Anderson 3-14-1859*2 15 F
LUCY/Thomas-W.-Anderson 3-14-1859*2 11 F
BECKY/Thomas-W.-Anderson*1 3-14-1859*2 7 F
*1There is a Rebecca Anderson, laundress, black, 21, female, born in Kentucky, in the 1870 census.
*2sold to L. A. D. Crenshaw for $4550. Deed Record Book "J," page 273
MINTA/Sample-Orr 2-15-1859* 22 F
*went to Jos. Moss and W. B. Roper. Deed Record Book "J," page 240
JANE/Margaret-R.-Maupin 12-22-1858* 20 F
-Maupin 12-22-1858* 6 months M
*sold to John D. Miller for $1100. Deed Record Book "J," page 150
LOUISA/John H. Miller 1854*
*SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F028 for information.
JANE/John-S.-Phelps 1-28-1857* F
*sold to Margaret Maupin for $800. Deed Record Book "J," page 113
PATSEY/Samuel-Majors* 1-15-1846 F
*SEE EXPLANATION AT THE END OF SAMUEL MAJORS' SLAVES
SIMON/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
EMILY/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
ABBY/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
JIM/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
GRAIR/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 Unknown
HARRIET/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
BEN*/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
* PATSEY through BEN constitute "Lot No 1" valued at $1850. This lot drawn by Sarah A. Stephenson.
ELIZA/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
MARTHA/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
HENDERSON/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
ELLICK*/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M[?]
*ELIZA through ELLICK constitute "Lot No 2" valued at $1850. This lot drawn by Samuel H. Majors.
NANCY/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
JANE/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
ISAAC/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
HAMPTON*/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
*NANCY through HAMPTON constitute "Lot No 3" valued at $1925. This lot drawn by Elizabeth J. Bingham.
ANTHONY/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
CLARK/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
BILL*/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
* ANTHONY through BILL constitute "Lot No 4" valued at $1850. This lot drawn by James A. Majors.
MILLEY/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
MILLY SAWYERS/Moses Bigby 1834*
*SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F014 where Sawyers claims freedom because of residence in a free state.
BATHELM/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 Unknown
ROWENA/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
GEORGE/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
JAMES/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
OLD MARIA*/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
* MILLEY through OLD MARIA constitute "Lot No 5" valued at $1800. This lot drawn by Malinda Cavender.
YELLOW BILL/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M
LIZZY/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
HERVERY/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 M[?]
MALINDA*/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
* YELLOW BILL through MALINDA constitute "Lot No 6" valued at $1812. This lot drawn by Mary Campbell, wife of Josiah.
BILL JR/Samuel-Majors 1-5-1846 M
LITTLE MARIA CAROLINE*/
Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
*Might be two people, i. e., LITTLE MARIA and CAROLINE.
SARAH ANN/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
ELIZABETH/Samuel-Majors 1-15-1846 F
JACK*1/Samuel-Majors*2 1-15-1846 M
*1 BILL JR. through JACK constitute "Lot No 7" valued at $1825. This lot was drawn by Charlotte Coleman.
*2 Legal action occurred in Columbia, Maury County, Tennessee, concerning the division of Samuel Majors' estate. The drawing of slaves appeared to have taken place January 15, 1846. That the action is recorded in Deed Record Book "I," page 323, in Greene County, Missouri, indicates that at least some of the slaves may have ended up in the county.
-Alexander Brown-Lawrence Co. 3-9-1857 18 F*
*Bought by William Wan of Lawrence Co. For $$950. Deed Record Book "I," page 179
TEX ANNA/Gibson-Hardin*1 1-21-1858 6 F 450
TOBY/Gibson-Hardin*1 1-21-1858 9 M 600
SARAH MAG/Gibson-Hardin*1 1-21-1858 5 F 375
INDA/Gibson-Hardin*1 1-21-1858 36 F*2 750
*1Deed Record Book "I," page 182
*2There is an Inda Kimbrough, kitchen help, mulatto, 53, female, born in Virgiria, in the 1870 census. See OVERTON/John Kimbrough estate, who may be her husband. An Indie Kimbrough, 87, died December 3, 1896, and is buried in Hazelwood Cemetery, Springfield, Missouri.
PRISC/Gibson Harden* 1857 14 F 600
NELSON/Gibson Harden* 1857 16 M 600
*Greene County, Missouri, Probate Inventory and Appraisement Record.
MARTHA/James-S.-McQuerter 2-4-1857 35 F
ANDY/James-S.-McQuerter 2-4-1857 6 M
FANNY/James-S.-McQuerter 2-4-1857* 3 F
*sold to S. H. Owen for $459.30. Deed Record Book "I," page 57
SAM/Strong & Orbison* 1857 40 M
*Strong and Orbison, possibly a partnership, were offered SAM as security on a bond signed by George McKenney, Shelton A. McKenney, G. S. Lee, and Wm. R.Barnwell. George McKenney apparently owned SAM. SEE SAM/Samuel M. Orbison for possible connection. SEE also Greene County, Missouri, Circuit Court paper file.
SAM/Samuel-M.-Orbison-Barry Co. 12-7-1857 43 M
SARAH/Strong & Orbison* 1847 10 F
*Strong and Orbison, possibly a partnership, were offered SARAH security on a bond signed by George McKenney, Shelton A. McKenney, G. S. Lee, and Wm. R. Barnwell. George McKenney apparently owned SARAH. SEE SARAH/Samuel M. Orbison for possible connection.
Samuel-M. Orbison Barry Co.12-7-1857* 10 F
MARY/Samuel-M.-Orbison Barry Co12-7-1857* 20/21 F
*these slaves seem to be held by Alfred M. Julian and James A. Rountree to secure a bond for Orbison. Deed Record Book "I," page 109
KATO/James N. Langley* Prior to 1861
*SEE Slave-holders of Jasper County, Missouri, for more information.
GIRL/Dr. Wilson* Prior to 1861 10 or 12 F
*SEE Slave-holders of Jasper County, Missouri, for more information.
BOB/Joseph Rountree 1849*
*Mentioned in Folder #218, Circuit Court Cumulative Index, Greene County Archives Bulletin Number Thirty-Nine.
MI__[?]/Jabez-Owen 3-20-1857* "woman" F
*to Peter C. King and Reuben E. Blakey for bond. Deed Record Book "H," page 519
Co., North-Carolina 9-2-1841 19 F
Chatham Co., North Carolina 9-2-1841* 6 months M
*gift to daughter, Nancy Coble of Randolph County. Filed August 9, 1856 in Deed Record Book "H," page 292. SEE also Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F023 for 1858 information on JACK.
JOHN/John-Dade 8-8-1856* M
*conveyed to Marcus Boyd, Trustee. Deed Book "H," page 293
CHARLEY BOYD/ Boyd Family? 1847*
*SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F012.
JEFF or JEFFERSON/
Bufford family ? 1843*
*SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F013.
JERRY or JEREMIAH/
Bufford family ? 1843*
*SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F013.
MARIAH or MARY MARIAH JEFF [or] JEFFERSON/
Bufford family ? 1843*
*SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F013.
HENRY/C.-H.-Allen 9-13-1833* 14 M
*given to daughter, Rowena Bullock. Deed Record Book "A," page 7
ELIZA/C.-H.-Allen 9-14-1833* F
*given to daughter, Elizabeth Posten. Deed Record Book "A," page 8
-&-Martha-Riley 9-18-1834* 27 F
EASTER/free woman of color 1836*
*EASTER is noted in Folder #218, Circuit Court Cumulative Index, Greene County Archives Bulletin Number Thirty-Nine. John Polk Campbell and James Warren are accused of kidnaping Easter and enslaving her.
-&-Martha-Riley 9-18-1834* 3 or 4 M
*sold to Humphrey C. Warren for $400. Deed Record Book "A," page 30
ROBERTS/Stephen-Fisher 8-30-1836* 20 M
JAMES/Stephen-Fisher 8-30-1836* 14 M
JACKSON/Stephen-Fisher 8-30-1836* 11 M
*ROBERTS, JAMES, and JACKSON sold to John P. Campbell for $2300. Deed Record Book "A," page 31
JOHN/Joseph-Reden Pulaski Co. 11-13-1839*1 40*2 M
*1 sold for $500 to himself
*2 "about five feet eight inches and one half high and of a
yellow complexion." Deed Record Book "A," page 286. SEE ALSO John Riden, 50, male, in the 1850 Federal Census of Greene County for possible connection.
RACHEL/Drury-W.-Poor Logan Co.,
Kentucky 4-20-1840* 6 F
*purchased by Ephraim M. Langston in trust for Agnes Britt. Deed Record Book "A," page 313
ALFRED/E.-M.-Massey 8-1-1840* 11 M
*given to son, H. C. W Massey, reserving use of slave, Henry, for 17 years. Deed Record Book "B," page 249
MOOR/Benjamin-Chapman*1 4-18-1838 M
CHARLES/Benjamin-Chapman*1 4-18-1838 M
REUBEN/Benjamin-Chapman*1/*2 4-18-1838 M
*2There is a Reuben Chatman, grave digger, black, 60, male, born in Virginia, in the 1870 census. See also Reuben/James A. Chapman estate and Reuben/William Chapman estate.
KEZIAH/Benjamin-Chapman*1 4-18-1838 F
GEORGE/Benjamin-Chapman*1 4-18-1838 B M
KING/Benjamin-Chapman*1 4-18-1838 M
CLARK/Benjamin-Chapman*1 4-18-1838 M
*1On August 25, 1817, Benjamin Chapman, in interest with his brother, William, bought Moor, Charles, Keziah and Reuben. In 1828 a division was made with William Chapman getting Reuben, and Benjamin getting the others. Deed Record Book "B," page 285
GEORGE/Thomas-Allison 8-23-1841* 4 M
*given to daughter, Matilda S. Sims. Deed Record Book "B," page 315
MARGARET/John-Kimbrough 5-4-1842* 14 F
*Deed Record Book "B," page 314. See also Margaret/John Kimbrough estate.
William-&-James-T.-Sanders 7-15-1842*1 16 F 1000*2
William-&-James-T.-Sanders 7-15-1842*1 8 M 1000*2
*1sold to John Machin of St. Louis, Missouri. Deed Record Book "C," page 5.
*2Valued together at this amount in Greene County, Missouri, Circuit Court case S/F033. SEE S/F033 for more information.
DICK/Fendal-C.-Cason 8-1-1842* "man" M
REN/Fendal-C.-Cason 8-1-1842* "man" M
CESAR/Fendal-C.-Cason 8-1-1842* "boy" M
PHILLIS/Fendal-C.-Cason 8-1-1842* "woman" F
RACHEL/Fendal-C.-Cason 8-1-1842* "woman" F
SALLY/Fendal-C.-Cason 8-1-1842* "girl" F
MANDA/Fendal-C.-Cason 8-1-1842* "girl" F
MARY/Fendal-C.-Cason 8-1-1842* "girl" F
DINAH /Fendal-C.-Cason 8-1-1842* "girl" F
*security for bond. Deed Record Book "C," page 20. These slaves also cited on page 56 of the same book and page 68 of the same book.
WILEY/George-R.-Rainey 11-13-1844* 26 M
*Deed Record Book "C," page 318
MALINDA/John-DeBruin 5-16-1845* 45 F
JUDITH ANN/John-DeBruin 5-16-1845* 10 F
*DeBruin is transferring his interest, "which interest is all the interest I have to the said property by virtue of my intermarriage with my present wife, Mary K De Bruin formerly Mary K Sprout,"to Nancy Haden for $600. Deed Record Book "D," page 57. SEE also Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F024 for possible connection.
NEGRO WOMAN & CHILD/
John Sprout #11222/1838 F 700*
*Mary Sprout was listed as natural guardian and mother of said minors, Hester Ann, John and Ellen on this May 4, 1840 inventory sheet
OLD JOHN HADEN/Haden family? 1847*
*SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F012.
MARTHY/Moses J. Baker 1861*
*SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F027 for information.
ELLEN/Moses J. Baker 1861*
*SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F027 for information.
ANDREW/Wm.-G.-Crenshaw 2-1-1839* 10 M
ELIZA/Wm.-G.-Crenshaw 2-1-1839* 8 F
*sold to Robert A. W. Crenshaw at Davidson Co., Tennessee. ANDREW was sold for $375 and ELIZA was sold for $250. Deed Record Book "D," page 134
VICTORIA/William T. Crenshaw #296 will* 4 F
*Besides VICTORIA, this 1843 will mentions ANDREW, 17, and ELIZA, 15, as being under the control of William T. Crenshaw [probably the same as William G. Crenshaw previously mentioned as owning the two] but belonging to his son, R. A. W. Crenshaw of St. Louis. VICTORIA was given to his daughter S. S. V. [Susannah] Townsend, wife of J. R. Townsend.
NANCY/S.-Allsup 10-17-1846* 23 F
MARIAH/S.-Allsup 10-17-1846* 4 F
JAMES/S.-Allsup 10-17-1846* 1 M
*sold to Ahaz B. Shamblin for $600 by Payton Chadwell, administrator of the estate of S. Allsup. Deed Record Book "D," page 193
NANCY or NANCEY/William Isbell 1846* 24 F
*SEE Slave/freedman Material in Greene County Circuit Court Documents. The folder number is S/F016.
LUCINDA/William-E.-Isbell 12-1-1846*2 30 F
GIRL/William-E.-Isbell*1 12-1-1846*2 6 F
JACOB/William-E.-Isbell 12-1-1846*2 4 M
MOSES/William-E.-Isbell 12-1-1846*2 2 M
*1SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F016 for possible connection.
*2The four slaves sold to Phineal C. Isbell for $1100. Deed Record Book "D," page 200
AMANDA/John-Adams 12-26-1846* 4 F
*sold to Martha Jane Adams for $50. Deed Record Book "D," page 276
JAMES/George-Clapp 1-4-1848* 42 M
*given to son, Alexander Clapp. Deed Record Book "D," page 388
LANSEY/John-Layton 5-1-1848* 10 M
*security for note to Nicholas R. Smith. Deed Record Book "D," page 432
JAKE*1/Benjamin-Andrews 3-8-1850*2 4 M
*1There is a Jacob Andrews, stone quarry worker, mulatto, 24, male, born in Missouri, in the 1870 census.
BOB/Benjamin-Andrews 3-8-1850*2 12 months M
*2security for note to Patrick H. Edwards. Deed Record Book "E," page 150
CHEESE/Zachariah-Sims 5-10-1850*2 41 M
ELIZA/Zachariah-Sims 5-10-1850*2 33 F
ADALINE *1/ Zachariah-Sims 5-10-1850*2 8 months unknown
*1There is an Elizabeth McDaniel, kitchen help, black, 25, female, born in Missouri, in the 1870 census. As she appears to be living with, or very near (by placement in the census,) to Zachariah Sims, she could conceivably be the unknown infant of Eliza. SEE also Elisha McDaniel, 22, 5' 8", dark, ...married, colored, in the Militia - 1866 Christian County, Missouri; Helen C. Davenport, Compiler, for possible connection.
JORDON/Zachariah-Sims 5-10-1850*2 7 or 8 M
WILLIAM/Zachariah-Sims 5-10-1850*2 3 M
*2CHEESE,,ELIZA, INFANT, JORDON and WILLIAM were security for note to H. M. Parrish and others. Deed Record Book "E," page 183
MARY/Abraham-Fine 5-13-1850* 22 F
JULIA/Abraham-Fine 5-13-1850* 13 F
HENRY/Abraham-Fine 5-13-1850* 11 M
JACOB/Abraham-Fine 5-13-1850* 9 M
*security for note to Wm. C. Price and John S. Waddill. Deed Record Book "E," page 184. SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F015 where Fine is suing William Littleton for taking JULIA ANN, HENRY, and JACOB without payment.
CHEESE/Zachariah-Sims 5-11-1850* 40 M
ELIZA/Zachariah-Sims 5-11-1850* 33 F
ADALINE]/Zachariah-Sims 5-11-1850* 8 months Unknown
JORDON/Zachariah-Sims 5-11-1850* 7 M
WILLIAM/Zachariah-Sims 5-11-1850* 3 M
*CHEESE, ELIZA, INFANT, JORDON and WILLIAM were security for note to John Headley and Robert W. Sims
MITCHELL/Wilson-Hackney 12-4-1852* 50 M
*Wilson Hackney "emancipated set free and discharged"..."my Mulatto Man Mitchell".."and"..."hereby gind myself to support and maintain said Mitchell for and during his natural life." Deed Record Book "F," page 113
ELIZA/Hackney family ? 1867*
*See Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F003. Celia Jane Rector claims that Eliza Hackney was her mother.
NANCY/Wilson Hackney 1854*
*SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F020 where Hackney sues William A. Bird and Eli. W. Morton for selling unsound slave.
PEGGY/Thomas-W.-Anderson 2-25-1850* 38 F
HENRIETTA/Thomas-W.-Anderson 2-25-1850* 3 F
ALBERT/Thomas-W.-Anderson 2-25-1850* 17 months M
*PEGGY and her two children purchased for $850 by Mrs. Mary E. Reynolds by the proceeds of the sale of "a Negro Man" conveyed to R. R. Lansden by Y. P. Reynolds in trust for Mrs. Reynolds. Action took place in Todd County, Kentucky. Deed Record Book "F," page 132
MULATTO WOMAN/John-C.-Price 1-22-1853 19 F*
*sold to Littleberry Hendrick for $750
MARY/Littleberry-Hendrick 1-27-1853 19 F*
*MARY "a certain Mulatto Woman...about nineteen" sold to Isaac T. Thomas of Cooper County, for $800.
LOOKEY*/William-Townsend 5-17-1853 22 F
*could possibly be LUCY/George R. Rainey
LOOKEY*/George R. Rainey #11233/1850? 26 F
*SEE LOOKEY/William Townsend
GEORGE*/George R. Rainey #11233/1850? 10 M
*SEE GEORGE/William Townsend
SAM*/George R. Rainey #11233/1850? 6 M
*SEE SAM/William Townsend
STEPHEN*/George R. Rainey #11233/1850? 4 M
*SEE STEPHEN/William Townsend
ALLY/George R. Rainey #11233/1850? "About six months" F
GEORGE*1/William-Townsend 5-17-1853*2 8 M
*1 SEE GEORGE/George R. Rainey
SAM*1/William-Townsend 5-17-1853*2 4 M
*1 SEE SAM/George R. Rainey
STEPHEN*1/William-Townsend 5-17-1853*2 2 M
*1 SEE STEPHEN/George R. Rainey
*2gift to step-children, Sarah V. Smith, Nancy L. Rainey, John L. Rainey, Martha E. Smith, America J. Rainey and Robert S. Rainey and son Jefferson B. Townsend. Deed Record Book "F," page 209
ALBERT/James-Douglas*1 8-15-1853 27 M*2
*1According to research done by Marsha Hoffman Rising, Springfield, Missouri,
"James Douglass served during the War of 1812 in William's
Company in the Tennessee Militia. For that service, his widow,
Nancy (Barron) Hensley Douglass, applied for a pension. In
order to prove her marriage, the death of her first spouse and
James's first wife, she had to rely on former neighbors. Sarah
E. Eccleston of Stockton, San Joaquin County, California affirmed
on 21 July 1887 that she had known James' first wife, Martha.
She knew Martha was killed in the spring of 1848 by a negro slave
named Peter. Peter did not want to be a slave, nor did he want his
children to be slaves. He killed his three children and then attempted
to kill himself. When James Douglass interfered, Peter hit him and
James went for his gun. Peter took it from him and beat him with the
gun until he fell. Peter ...beat Martha to death with the same gun." James Douglass and James Douglas, who is emancipating ALBERT and others, is the same man.
*2ALBERT was "emancipate[d] set free and discharge[d]," by Douglas for "divers good causes and considerations," to be "as if he had been born free." Deed Record Book "F," page 266
SARAH/James-Douglas 8-15-1853 12 F*
*set free by Douglas. Deed Record Book "F," page 267
LUCINDA/James-Douglas 8-15-1853 32 F*
*set free by Douglas
HENRY/James-Douglas 8-15-1853 15 M*
*set free by Douglas
HAGER/James-Douglas 8-15-1853 52 F*
*set free by Douglas
MAHALY/James-Douglas 8-15-1853 5 F*
*set free by Douglas
MARY/James-Douglas 8-15-1853 8 F*
*set free by Douglas. [All emancipations in Deed Record Book "F," pages 266-269.]
ABRAHAM/Jacob-Cline 11-5-1853* 48 M
MARY/Jacob-Cline 11-5-1853* 30 F
HUGH/Jacob-Cline 11-5-1853* 36 M
STEPHEN/Jacob-Cline 11-5-1853* 22 M
*gift to son, Samuel C. Kline. Deed Record Book "F," page 334
BETSY/Tyree-G.-Newbill 4-1-1854* F
"HER GIRL CHILD/
Tyree-G.-Newbill 4-1-1854* F
*sold to Reuben Rose for $1698.95. This price paid includes other property. Deed Record Book "G," page 15
CHUN[CHEESE]/Zachariah-Sims 3-7-1854* 41 M
ELIZA/Zachariah-Sims 3-7-1854* 34 F
JORDAN/Zachariah-Sims 3-7-1854* 11 M
WILLIAM/Zachariah-Sims 3-7-1854* 6 M
ADALINE/Zachariah-Sims 3-7-1854* 4 F
HARRIET/Zachariah-Sims 3-7-1854* 15 months F
*CHEESE, ELIZA, JORDON, WILLIAM, ADELINE and HARRIET were security for note. Deed Record Book "G," page 16
RACHELL/L.-A.-D.-Crenshaw 9-5-1854* 16 or 17 F
*sold to Benjamin Chapman for $1000. Deed Record Book "G," page 120
CHARLOTTE/James-M.-Johnson*1 1-5-1855*2 25 F
*1 "black complexion."
MARTHA/James-M.-Johnson*1 1-5-1855*2 7 F
*1 "yellow or mulatta."
CAROLINE/James-M.-Johnson*1 1-5-1855*2 3 F
*1 "yellow or mulatta complexion."
SUSAN/James-M.-Johnson*1 1-5-1855*2 18 months F
*1 "Black complexion."
*2CHARLOTTE, MARTHA, CAROLINE and SUSAN were security for note. Deed Record book "G," page 272
CHEESE/Zachariah-Sims 1-11-1855* 42 M
ELIZA/Zachariah-Sims 1-11-1855* 37 F
PATSY/Zachariah-Sims 1-11-1855* 42 F
JORDAN/Zachariah-Sims 1-11-1855* 12 M
AD__[ADALINE]/Zachariah-Sims 1-11-1855* 6 F
WILLIAM/Zachariah-Sims 1-11-1855* 12 M
HARRIETT/Zachariah-Sims 1-11-1855* 3 F
THOMAS/Zachariah-Sims 1-11-1855* 3 months M
*security for note. Deed Record Book "G," page 286
PRICILLA/George-L.-Mitchel 1-1-1856* 32 or 33 F
*PRICILLA, a "Mulatto Woman," was sold to Benjamin Breashears & Lewis Brashears for $760. Deed Record Book "G," page 628
BEN*1/Charlotte-Coleman 1-16-1857*2 M
*1There is a Benjamin Coleman, farmer, black, 52, male, born in South Carolina, in the 1870 census.
*2security for note. Deed Record Book "H," page 433
MARY/Winfield-S.-M.-Wright[?]*1 12-27-1856*2 30 F
ALFRED/Winfield-S.-M.-Wright[?] 12-27-1856*2 M
SARAH/Winfield-S.-M.-Wright[?] 12-27-1856*2 F
*1May be further children besides the ones listed.
*2 Wright is seeking these slaves being "left in the hands of...Nathan Boone" in 1853. Deed Record Book "G," page 286
PERTIANA/Louisa-T.-Campbell 3-23-1860* F
*given to daughter, Sarah R. Campbell. Deed Record Book "K," page 88
LANEY/George-L.-Mitchell 5-14-1861* 35 M
MARIAH*1/George-L.-Mitchell 5-14-1861*2 35 F
*1There is a Maria Mitchell, domestic servant, black, 30, female, born in Maryland, in the 1870 census. S. S. Vinton was from Baltimore, Maryland.
*2LANEY, of "mulatto color" and MARIAH were sold to Samuel S. Vinton for $1600. Deed Record Book "L," page 119
LEWIS*1/William McAdams Born 1830-40 [?] M*2
*1SEE listing in Union Camp Ground Cemetery Association burial listing, Greene County, MO.
*2SEE P 281, Pictorial and Genealogical. SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F003.
WILL/William McAdams Born 9-7-1860 M*
*SEE P 281, Pictorial and Genealogical
HENRY/Alexander Long Born 1845*1 M*2 $1465
*1 SEE P. 214, Pictorial and Ggenealogical
*2 In 1858 sold to Frank McClure of Dade County.
DINAH/Charles McClure*1 ca1861 child F*2
*1mentioned in Carthage Evening Press, article of July 26, 1941. McClure's "plantation" was 10 miles sw of Springfield, Missouri.
*2DINAH had a mother and 4 siblings. Her father was Jacob Leeper. She was later married to James Woodard, Bill Rhoads and Louis Shannon.
14 SLAVES*/John Higgs 1850's unknown unknown
*Notation from Goodspeed's 1888 History of Barry County, Missouri and The Higgs Family Maryland To Missouri by Betty Higgs Bridges. There is a "Higgs child (col)" buried in Hazelwood Cemetery in Springfield, Missouri. No age is given and the date of death is August 27, 1898.
SLAVE/George Higgs 1850's unknown unknown
*Notation from Goodspeed's 1888 History of Barry County, Missouri and The Higgs Family Maryland To Missouri by Betty Higgs Bridges.
HIGGS, BETTY* *Listed in the 1870 census, Greene County, Missouri, as laundress, mulatto, 35, female, born in North Carolina.
HIGGS, JOSEPH* *Listed in the 1870 census, Greene County, Missouri, as laborer, mulatto, 56, male, born in North Carolina.
HIGGS, FEREBY *Listed in the 1870 census, Greene County, Missouri, as kitchen help, mulatto, 47, female, born in North Carolina. Listed in the Record of Deaths, Springfield, Mo. Record Book is a Ferba Higgs, black female, died March 3, 1909, of 1135 N. Sherman, aged 96. This City of Springfield, Missouri, Record of Deaths Book is for the year 1909 only.
HIGGS, JORDAN *Listed in the 1870 census, Greene County, Missouri, as mulatto, 14, male, born in Missouri.
HIGGS, BLAKE *Listed in the 1870 census, Greene County, Missouri, as mulatto, 10, male, born in Missouri.
HIGGS, RANDAL *Listed in the 1870 census, Greene County, Missouri, as mulatto, 9, male, born in Missouri.
HIGGS, JOSHUA *Listed in the 1870 census, Greene County, Missouri, as mulatto, 7, male, born in Missouri.
HIGGS, CALVIN *Listed in the 1870 census, Greene County, Missouri, as mulatto, 5, male, born in Missouri
HIGGS, ISOM *Listed in the 1870, Greene County, Missouri, census as mulatto, 2, male, born in Missouri.
HIGGS, EDA *Listed in the 1870, Greene County, Missouri, census as kitchen help, black, 45, female, born in North Carolina.
HIGGS, ALLEN *Listed in the 1870, Greene County, Missouri, census as black, 20, male, born in North Carolina.
HIGGS, ISAAC *Listed in the 1870, Greene County, Missouri, census as black, 10, male, born in Missouri.
HIGGS, FRANKLIN *Listed in the 1870, Greene County, Missouri, census as mulatto, 8, male, born in Missouri.
HIGGS, GEORGE *Listed in the 1870, Greene County, Missouri, census as black, 4, male, born in Missouri.
HIGGS, LUCY *Listed in the 1870, Greene County, Missouri, census as laundress, black, 20, female, born in Kentucky.
HIGGS, CUMLY *Listed in the 1870, Greene County, Missouri, census as black, 6, female, born in Missouri.
HIGGS, ELIZA *Listed in the 1870, Greene County, Missouri, census as black, 2, female, born in Missouri.
ROBBERSON TOWNSHIP, GREENE COUNTY, MISSOURI - 1863
These notations come from the 1862-1863 ASSESSOR'S BOOK of Greene County, Missouri. On an inside page is the following notation: "Slaves in Robisson township Green Co. Mo in 1863 & who claims them."
2 WOMAN & 1 CHILD*/
John H. Akin Assessor's Bk/1863 "runaway"
*probably means two people instead of three
MAN/John Adams Assessor's Bk/1863 M
BOY/Richard Jones Assessor's Bk/1863 14 M
MEN & WOMAN/
T. J. Whitlock Assessor's Bk/1863 M/ F* "run"
*The full notation is "T. J. Whitlock 13- 2 men & 1 woman run" which seems to say that Whitlock originally had 13 slaves but only 3 in 1863, the others having run away.
3 SLAVES/ Z. Sims Assessor's Bk/1863 unknown
2 MEN/Wm Willson Assessor's Bk/1863 M* "run"
*The full notation is Wm Willson 5 - 2 men - - - run" which implies that Willson originally had five slaves but only two remaining in 1863.
2 BOYS/Wm Jones Assessor's Bk/1863 M
1 WOMAN/R. D. Banfield Assessor's Bk/1863 F
1 GIRL/B. J. Sims Assessor's Bk/1863 F
2 WOMAN & CHILD/
A. Walace Assessor's Bk/1863 F*
1 MAN/M. S. Alsup Assessor's Bk/1863 M
1 GIRL*/Burwell Sims Assessor's Bk/1863 7 F
*SEE CATHERINE/R. W. Sims for possible connection to this girl.
WOMAN & GIRL/A. S. Adams Assessor's Bk/1863 11 for girl F "runaway"
9 SLAVES/Wm. C. Porter Assessor's Bk/1863 "gone South"*
*Listed as "gone South" for slaves of both Porter and B. McCord Roberts
13 SLAVES/B. McCord Roberts Assessor's Bk/1863 "1 man 3 women" "gone South"*
*Listed as "gone South" for slaves of both Roberts and Wm. E. Porter
2 OLD MAN & LITTLE GIRL/
Estate M. H Langston Assessor's Bk/1863 M/F
13 SLAVES/Henry McKenly Assessor's Bk/1863 unknown
9 SLAVES/Wm. C. Porter* Assessor's Bk/1863 "Taken south"
*This must be a duplicate reference of the 9 slaves of Wm C. Porter "gone South" previously listed.
2 SLAVES/Marcus L. Abernatha Assessor's Bk/1863 unknown
*SEE Carthage [Missouri] Evening Press newspaper article of July 2, 1941, for more information on LARKIN Bly. He was born in Barry County and grew up on Dry Creek in Stone County, Missouri.
MARY/Lucretia Sheffield* 1861 4 F
*SEE Carthage [Missouri] Evening Press newspaper article of July 22, 1941, for more information. MARY Sheffield was born in Bedford County, Tennessee, and moved to Texas County, Missouri, at the start of the Civil War.
MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE BEEN SLAVES/
MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE LIVED IN GREENE COUNTY
The source for these listings is from Greene County, Missouri, Justice of the Peace books and Marriage Records.
The symbol [/?] following the person's name signifies that the person may have been a slave and the owner, if there was one, is unknown.
List includes couples married by Edgar Pitt whether listed as black or not. Edgar Pitt was a black minister.
Note that some of the people listed below can be cross referenced with previously listed slave/owner notations.
Married Martha Ann Wallace January 7, 1866, [person of color.] Children listed as Mary Catherine aged 6 on May 2nd, Harriet Caroline, aged 4 on September 15, and Laura Ellen, aged 2 on July 5.
MARTHA ANN WALLACE/?
See Pryor Wallace listed above. Because of the listing of children, Pryor and Martha Ann may had had them under a 'slave marriage.'
Married Martha Spencer on July 29, 1865 listing as children Mary, James, Elizabeth, Sarah and ?.
Married Tina or Lena Jones on December 13, 1865 listing as children Mary and William.
See Marlen Jones listed above.
Married Ellen Biglay on November 19, 1865 listing as children Marret, Sonny, George, and Isabell.
Married Caroline Deeds on February 11, 1866, listing as children Emily Jane, Martha Adline, Wiley D., George Washington, Margaret Elizabeth, Mary Ann and Sarah Catharine.
See Sandy Eslinger listed above. SEE also
Sandy Eslinger in the 1876 Greene County, Missouri, census.
Married Mandy Newton on January 14, 1866 listing as children Sarah Jane aged 5 and Laura aged 3 months.
See Jackson Kannon listed above.
Married Sara Smith on November 4, 1865, listing as children Emlay, James and Clary.
See Harry Smith listed above.
See MARTHY/ R. W. Sims estate
Married Vilet Perryman on November 26, 1865. There are children listed;
possibly NATHAN and ARON previously listed with VIOLET
SEE NELSON/Charles Wadlow
See Nelson Wadlow listed above
SEE VIOLET/Benjamin Perryman
SEE ALSO VIOLET/Sarah Perryman
Registration of children with Mariah Leeper; Amanda Cook, Milly Isabell, Jacob Monroe, Diannah Elizabeth and Reuben Titus on November 29, 1865
SEE NEGRO MAN, JACOB/Hugh Leeper estate.
See Jacob Leeper listed above.
Registration of children with Redney Hendrick; James W., Elson, G. B., Jefferson, Manda, Mariah, Jane, Mary and Patsy Ann, on December 27, 1865.
See Daniel Hendrick listed above.
Married Tybitha Morton on August 15, 1865, listing Rebekre, 8; Purline Elizabeth, 6; Mitty, 4; and Lucy, 1; as children.
See Phillip Morton listed above.
GEORGE M. ADAMS/?
Married Esther Adams on September 15, 1865, listing as children Ben, 8; Tybitha, 6; Alford, 5; and Jos, 4
See George M. Adams listed above.
SILAS A. CONNEHAM/?
Married Roburd Hamilton on September 21, 1865.
See Silas A. Conneham listed above.
[could be Bailey] married Haris Balley on August 10, 1865 listing as children Mary, 17; John, 15; and Margaret, 9 months.
See Henry Balley listed above.
JACOB OCELLEY [O'KELLEY ?]/?
Married Mary Ocelley on August 15, 1865.
See Jacob Ocelley listed above.
See ROBERT/George Young estate.
Married Queen Whash on October 1, 1865.
See Claburns Burns listed above.
Married Tassa Pate on August 24, 1865
See Oliver Gordon listed above.
Married Harriet Greer on September 24, 1865.
See Conneway Rose listed above.
Married Ressa Stone on September 21, 1865
See James Stone listed above.
Married Emily Acock on August 17, 1865.
See Lewis Gault listed above.
See TWO NEGROES/W. L. [or T.} Crenshaw estate
Married Basey Blackman on August 20, 1865, listing children as Eveline, 17; John, 15; Levi, 12; and Leurm, 10.
Married Marien Adams on October 22, 1865.
See Ring Roper listed above.
Married Mary McAdams on October 26, 1865.
See John Anson listed above.
See OVERTON/John Kimbrough estate for possible connection
Married Indianah Kimbrough on August 10, 1865, listing children as John E., James H., Mitviri R., Albert T., Martha, and Charles H.
See Obidiah Kimbrough listed above.
SEE INDA/Gibson Hardin
BUTON CANFASE[CANNEFAX ?]/?
Married Martha Dollsen [Dollison ?] on July 23, 1865, listing children as Alen and Eliza Ann.
See Buton Canfase [Cannifax] listed above.
Married Martha Dooling on July 23, 1865, listing children as Thomas Jefferson, Matilda and Milla Ann.
See Eli Dooling listed above.
Married Amanda Woodred on July 23, 1865, list child, John Thomas.
DANIEL W. PATTERSON/?
Married Betsy L. Bedell on September 22, 1865, listing children as George W. and James L. See BETSY/David-H.-Bedell estate
NEWTON EDMONSON/Widow Edmondson*
Married Rachell Powell on September 15, 1865. See Rachel/Joseph Powell estate for children.
*SEE Circuit Court Files Addendum Folder S/F006.
SEE ALSO Union Camp Ground Cemetery Association burial listing for Edmondson
Married Eliza B. McConel on August 6, 1865, listing children as Harret, Jackson, Aron, and Criss.
ELIZA B. MCCONEL/?
See Criss McConel listed above.
Married Susan McCracken on September 3, 1865, listing a child, Mary Jane.
See John Bass listed above.
Married Mary Pitts on July 2, 1865. Children listed for Louis, born January 12, 1852; Eliza Jane, born March 25, 1854; Elin M., born January 11, 1857; Rach, born January 10, 1859, Louisa, born December 1, 1859; and Peggy Ann, born December 15, 1860. Pitts was a 'Radical' to the Missouri State Republican Convention in 1870.
See Edgar Pitts listed above.
Married Fanny Moore on July 10, 1865, listing children as Frank, age 17; Cato, age 14; Sharlot, age 12; Charity, age 9; Elizabeth, age 7; Nancy, age 6; Sofa, listed as dead; Jilly, age 4; Margaret, age 2; and Abe Lincoln, age 6 months.
See Osea Moore listed above.
ALEXANDER BURNS, JR./?
Married Fabber Burns on July 10, 1865, listing child, Jacob A., age 2 years.
See Alexander Burns, Jr. listed above.
Married July Wallis on July 10, 1865.
See Peter Wallace listed above
Married Elizabeth Spain on July 15, 1865.
*1870 Census lists Shadrack as brickyard worker, mulatto, 28, male, born in Arkansas; it lists Elizabeth as laundress, mulatto, 30, female, born in Tennessee.
See Shadrack Coker listed above.
Married Agnes Jackson on July 6, 1865, listing Hannah A. as child.
See Peter Jackson listed above.
Married Muria Emerson on August 6, 1865.
See Thomas Emerson listed above.
Married Marie Kelley on August 6, 1865, listing a child, Marie A.
See Floyd Kelley listed above.
Married Jane Parks on August 6, 1865, listing a child, Waldo D.
See Lee Parks listed above.
Married Mary Partson on August 4, 1865.
See William Partson listed above.
Married Lucinda Mason on July 30, 1865.
See John Mason listed above.
Married Charlotte Smith on July 26, 1865, listing children Riley, Byrin, Willis, Jane, and Brown.
See Alfred Smith listed above.
Married Malinda Anthony on July 26, 1865, listing as children James, Daniel, Robert, Betty, and Charles.
See Lyman Stone listed above.
Married Phoebe Martin on July 26, 1865, listing as children Francis A., Amanda J., John, Elizabeth, Marie E., Esther, James, William and Luke.
See Isaac Newton listed above.
Married Henriter Lencey of Arkansas on June 17, 1865, listing as children Franklin, 15; Andrew, 12; Margaret, 10; Jasper, 6; Calup [male], 3; and George, 4 months.
See Sinerco Jefferson listed above.
Married Amanda J. Armstrong on February 7, 1865.
AMANDA J. ARMSTRONG/?
See Isaac Vernon listed above.
Married Lucy Washburn on May 4, 1865.
See Henry Gratten listed above
Married Cumby Steele [date unknown]*
Richard A. Cannefax's Greene County, Missouri, probate file #1501 show $55.25 "being paid to Comly Steele as widow." She makes her mark by the name that appears to be Cumby Steele. This receipt is dated April, 1872.
See Richard Cannefax listed above