Volume 1, Number 4
Desire information of David J. SNAPP, b. 1840, Forsyth, Missouri. In 1870 census as David, wife Virginia, Chn: Emma Alice, Lafayette H.; Harrison L. Also wish to correspond with early Taney County COOK and PACKWOOD descendants. Will gladly exchange.
Kiamath Falls, Oregon
I am taking advantage of your invitation to submit my records with a deep desire of contacting other members of our early families for more complete records. I am Howard Nathaniel QUEEN m. Zada Vina GLASSCOCK. My father was John Edwin Queen b. 6 May 1865, Crown Point, Indiana, m. (1st) BELL, (2nd) Minnie Ada CLINE b. 10 December 1852 He d. 26 February 1948, Springfield, Missouri. They were m. Forsyth, Missouri, 4 February 1903. Grandfather Elijah Queen b. 1836, Tennessee, d. Wadsworth, Kansas, 1907. Was in the Civil War as a private, Co. C, 31st Reg. (Evansville) Indiana volunteers. He m. Nancy Jane DISHMAN, 23 October 1857, Fentress County, Tennessee, at Jamestown. Their parents unknown although by family tradition we are related to the Boone Family. I've joined the Boone Association. Grandfather Richard Washington Cline m. Martha Cathrine BARKER, dau. of Sampson Barker and Sarah E lizabeth (FRAZIER), resided Taney County, Missouri. Great grandfather Samuel Cline m. Polly (Mary) Ann NEWPORT. Further information needed on all lineages.
of graves and information on stones of Henry JAMES, b December 13, 1820, Indiana,
d. May 27, 1850(?), Ozark County,
Missouri, and his father, Joseph James b. circa 1800, Tennessee, d. circa 1860,
Ozark County, Missouri. Any information on this James family appreciated.
Mrs. C. C. Harrison
308 West St. Paul
Want any information on Isaac Newton BLEDSOE and his wife Sarah SHUMATE Bledsoe who were living a few miles north of Galena in Stone County, Missouri, at the time of the 1860 census. From the 1860 census I learned he was b. in Tennessee, in 1821 and his wife was b. in Missouri in 1827 or 1828. Would also appreciate information on Hardin Bledsoe who was living in Taney County, Missouri, in the 1840 Census. Isaac and Hardin were brothers. If any descendants of Great Uncle Hardin Bledsoe are living in that area, wish they would write to me. I am trying to put together in booklet form all records that I can gather on the families of Isaac and Hardin Bledsoe who came to Missouri in the very early days from Tennessee. (What place in Tennessee?)
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