Volume 36 , Number 4 , Spring 1997
Sharon Morris, HCR 1, Box 60, Blue Eye, MO 65611, Telephone (417) 779-4378, wants information on the HAMMONDS who lived on a farm at Rome, MO. Her Great great grandparents were MONTGOMERY and RACHEL LUCINDA HAMMONDS. Their children were DOCTOR MANNY HAMMONDS who married ENDORA STOCKET CARTER, WILLIAM MONTE who married ROSE CARTER, and AMANDA (HAMMONDS) WOODHOUSE who married GEORGE WOODHOUSE. Later they all moved near Galena, MO and are buried at or near Galena. Could MONTGOMERY and RACHEL LUCINDA HAMMONDS be buried in Rome, MO or near there?
Mrs. Elnora Williams, Route 2, Box 698, Muldrow, OK 74948, would like to contact any descendants of WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS and his wife DORCUS WILLIAMS who are listed in the 1850 census of Lawrence County Missouri. She will exchange data on two known brothers JOHN DAVENPORT WILLIAMS and ISHAM HALL WILLIAMS.
Dr. Samuel Johnson, 10 North Railroad Avenue, Wyoming, DE 19934 wishes to contact persons knowledgeable about the JOHNSON schoolhouse near Hilda, Taney County, MO and any relatives of CORNELIUS I. (?) JOHNSON, minister and farmer, CORNELIUS WELCH JOHNSON, farmer (Moved to Montana in 1907 or ULYSSES GRANT JOHNSON, minister and County Recorder, Taney County
Mrs. Peggy Stine Roop, 203 West Avenue H, Heavener, OK 74937, Telephone (918) 653-2135, is searching for JESSE WILLIAMS, born about 1814 in Kentucky and his wife LELETIA WILLIAMS, born about 1811 in Kentucky Their daughter ELIZABETH B. WILLIAMS STINE was born in 1844 in Kentucky and died in 1870 at Jasper, Newton County, Arkansas. Mrs. Roops father, JESSE AMON STINE, was born in Camden, Missouri.
The Federation of Genealogical Societies and the Dallas Genealogical Society invites you to "A Conference for the Nations Genealogists," in Dallas, Texas, September 3-6, 1997. For information write Federation of Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 830220, Richardson, TX 75083-0220. Fax: 214/907-9727.
The Ozark Folk Center, Mt. View, Arkansas, with the Arkansas Humanities Council and National Endowment of the Humanities as cosponsors, plans to hold its Second Annual Ozarks Cultural Celebration on September 19 and 20. Presentations of music, folklore, legend and history will surround the audience during the day and at an evening dinner presentation.
The 39th annual Missouri Conference on History was held April 24-26, 1997, at the Downtown Convention Center, Holiday Inn, St. Louis, sponsored by the University of Missouri-St. Louis and the Missouri Historical Society Lynn Morrow gave an illustrated presentation on The St. Louis Game Park: Experiments in Conservation and Recreation."
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