Volume 8, Number 5 - Fall 1983

Bits & Pieces

Member Helen Howson, 6934 Alexander Drive, Dallas, TX 75214 is asking anyone who knows anything about Joseph Henry who married Angeline Cook about 1869 in Taney County to please write her.

Joanne Tankersley, Box 464, Creede, CO 81130 is seeking birth & death dates and parents of Henry Clay Tuttle and Julia Johnson Tuttle, his wife. Henry Clay came from PA or IA and settled in the Taneyville area and brother, Ed, settled in Ozark. Brother Jack lived with Clay & Julia.

Julia was half Cherokee. Her father emmigrated from Scotland and married a Cherokee woman. They had 2 daughters, Mattie & Julia. Their farm was attacked by Indians(?) and parents were killed. The girls were rescued and raised by a family named Johnson.

Clay & Julia had seven children: (in what birth order?) John; Charley; Bill; Maude Tuttle Riggs; Dixie little Down; Stella Tuttle Gideon: & Susie Tuttle Noble.

Susie went to the frontier town of Newton, KS and became a Harvey girl. Married Richard Webb Noble and lived in the Kansas City area. Susie died 1 Jan. 1967 and is buried in Mt. Miriah Cemetery in Kansas City, MO.

Dorothy Dodd- Route 4, Box 672, Carthage, MO 64836 has purchased a copy of every back issue of our Quarterly. Says "The quarterlies are great and I’m enjoying them a lot. [Thanks, Dottie for your kind remarks.] She needs help with her research on Joseph and Sarah (Beard) Lawhorn, parents of Nancy R. (Lawhorn) Gipson, all of Stone County. Any information on the Gibson, Gipson, Lawhorn, Beard, Hodges, Estes & Couch families that settled in the areas of Crane & Crossroads, Stone County, MO will be appreciated.

Thanks to Mrs John Lowery for the "Genealogy of William & Charlotte (Harrison) Harp"

New Member Jesse L. HOPPER, 6890 Upper Palermo Road, Oroville, CA 95965 is anxious to obtain data on the following: 1) Joshua HOPPER, b 1826, moved to IL 1830 m Henrietta b 1835 KY ca 1850. Ch: Melvina b 1852 IL, Jasper Joseph 1858 IL, m Sara Margaret Bly 1878, d 1929 MO; Isaiah (Ike) 1862 Mercer, MO, m 1st V.M. CAPPS 1899 in Taney Co., MO; 2nd Darthulla STURMAN 1901 in Wagoner, OK; living at Beggs, OK, d 1928.

Editor’s Note: Our Taney County Marriage Records lists a T.G. HOPPER m V.M. COPPS 1-9-1899 by Thomas S. MARTIN, MG both from Kirbyville.

2) John LAWS of Knox Co., KY b 1837- p William & Rebecca LAWS, m 1st Rebecca EMBALL, 2nd Henrietta HOPPER in MO. Ch: Samuel Creel b 1864 KY, m Nancy T. ADAMS, Omaha AR 1886, d 1906; Alzada (Sadie) b 1868 m WOODWARD 1887, d 1910 at Harrison, AR; William M. b 1870 Taney Co., MO m Mary E., in 1910 living in Lawrence Co., MO.

Mable B. Harp, 401 5. Powell, Wagoner, OK 74467 would like to hear from anyone searching STUBBS in Christian, ‘Taney or Douglas Counties, MO. Great grandfather was Robert STUBBS b 1812 in TN d 1865 Christian Co. buried Linden Cem. m Armenta FRIEND, dau of Wm and Elizabeth (Grimes) FRIEND b 13 Feb 1840 & d 1875. Ch: Wm (m Mary L. OSBURN); Mary Ann (m Thomas G. OSBURN); Juley Ann; Sarah J. (m Rev Wm. J Fulton); Nancy C. (m Leroy Morisset); Stephen (m Matilda E. FELTON); Lucinda (m Art ROLLER); Amanda (m Jim WAITS); Andrew J; Penelope "Nellie" (m Lewis ROLLER); and Robert.

Mrs. Lee G. Knox, 1213 Amherst Drive, Denton, TX 76201 is still searching for the headstone of William Timothy Cavner (Cavender-Cavener), great, great grandfather who died by 1868. Wife Winnie Cavner is b in Mollie Wright Cem. where her daughter Amanda Cavener Estes is buried. She died in 1912 and the state has no record of her death. Also looking for any kin of the Hurst and Hail (Hale) families of Stone County before 1860. Any information will be appreciated.

La Verne Scott, 10 Meridian, Kalispell, MT 59901 would like to correspond with anyone that has information on Mary Owen b ca. 1836 in TN and d ca. 1882 in Marion Co. AR. She lived in Taney Co. with her family ca. 1840-50 and m James Clayborn "Clabe" Briggs ca. 1855. Ch: 6 sons & possibly 1 da. It is possible Mary had brothers, Matthew b ca. 1799 and Willis b ca. 1805.

Vineta Wingate, 1817 Graham, Enid, OK 73701 is needing information on Sarah Elizabeth Hopper, da of Clemon & Icy Hopper, b 18 July 1853. She married Francis M. Brittain about 1871. He died before 1886 & she died 1889 leaving ch Belle, Clemia, Johnny & Francis, maybe others. Ch were raised by uncles, Anderson & James Milton Hopper near Midvale, IL. Would like to hear from anyone interested in a book on the Hopper Family

Our apologies for the omission of bylines with your story in the last issue of the quarterly: "My Battle With the Varmints" was written by Loma Schupbach, "Edward Clumm’s Hanging" was by Connie Waller, and "A Search for the Gayler Family" by Larry Gayler.


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