Moultrie County Beason, Jacob R. 36, Barber, Amanda, 37, Bride s Res Bell, George W. 23, Dugan, Margaret,20, Sullivan, 15 May 1875. Bell, Silas H. 24, Earp, Isabel J. 23, Hostetler s Res http://www.iltrails.org/moultrie/moultrie_county_marr_1875_1882.htm
Extractions: In Alphabetical Order by Groom In Alphabetical Order by Bride ( CLICK HERE Please note: This has not been proofread , however it will surely guide you in the right direction. If you do find mistakes, I would appreciate it if you would email me here at email@example.com Thanks, Sharon A B C D ... Z Abbott, James Kelley, Martha Ann East Nelson 15 Jan 1882 Abbott, Reubin Crouch, Susan E. Bride's Res.idence 14 Feb 1875 Abernathy, John Roughton, Anna Whitley Twp 20 Aug 1879 Adams, Edward Lane, Margaret Bride's Res.. 28 Nov 1878 Adamson, Samuel Lynn, Mattie Sullivan 20 Feb 1877 Alfords, John E. Hinton, Mary E. Sullivan 31 Jan 1882 Alldridge, William A. Watts, Alfaretta Sullivan 22 Jun 1879 Allen, Alfred Miller, Josephine Sullivan 3 Jul 1875 Allen, Alvin R. Hyland, Harriet E. Bride's Res.. 14 Dec 1881 Allen, Richard A. Slavens, Margaret Sullivan 15 Dec 1874 Allgood, Joseph E. Davis, Harriet E. T. V. Davis Res. 8 Apr 1882 Allison, N. B. Sushart , Lara A. Dalton City 12 May 1881 Anderson, Thomas Potter, Maria H. R. McClung Res.
Cleveland County, NC Cemeteries Oct 9, 1902 Hawkins, Clyde L. 1908 1968 Hawkins, WH Mar 17, 1875 May 19 May 9, 1972Barber, Virgie Turner Jun 25, 1909 Nov 10, 1968 Barber, Edgar H. Jul 21 http://rfci.net/wdfloyd/mrest9.html
Extractions: By W. D. Floyd Mountain Rest Cemetery is located in the city of Kings Mountain, NC. It is kind of situated on the south of US-74 Business and west of NC-161. It is about a block off of each. The main entrance is off US-74 Business and there is a sign at the intersection. When you come in through the main entrance turn right at the first drive on the right and Section # 9 will be the first section on the left. There is another drive intersecting this one just after you do the right turn. Section # 9 is just past this drive on your left. I was there May 11, 2001 and I started the audit in the northeast corner of the section. ALLEN, BAKER, BARBER, BARRETT, BEAM, BLACKMER, BOONE, BRITTINGHAM, BROWN, BUTLER, COLE, DAWSON, DETTMAR, DICKENS, DICKEY, DILLING, EARLEY, EARLY, ELAM, FLETCHER, FOSKETT, GAMBLE, GANTT, GARDNER, GOFORTH, GRIMES, HANCE, HAWKINS, HOWE, HOWSER, HUFFMAN, HUFFSTETLER, KENNEDY, LEWIS, LONG, MARKAS, MCALLISTER, MCDANIEL, MCGILL, MCGINNIS, MILLEN, MONTJOY, MOORE, MOSS, NIGHT, NIXON, OFARRELL, ORMAND, PARRISH, PATRICK, PAYNE, PENDLEY, POTEET, PUTNAM, RAY, RECTOR, RENFROW, ROBERTS, ROYSTER, RUCKER, SPEARS, STEWART, TIGNOR, VANDEGRIFT, WALLACE, WATTERSON, WILLIAMS, WILSON Pendley, Sarah C. Jul 24, 1841 Nov 18, 1906
Barber County, Part 3 he disposed of his business and went to Barber County, where for the office of CountyClerk in 1875, he was V., Thomas F., Eunice C., May, Nora T. and John H. http://www.kancoll.org/books/cutler/barber/barber-co-p3.html
Extractions: KANSAS COLLECTION BOOKS William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas C. C. MILLS, stock-dealer and raiser, was born in East Tennessee in 1852, and reared on a farm, and at nineteen years of age commenced farming on his own account, and continued at the same up to 1880. At this time, he engaged in the stock business with C. Warden and drove the herd for him; bought 642 head of cattle and drove them to the Nation. He now has an interest in a ranch with a range of twenty-eight by thirty miles on which there are some 20,000 head of cattle; has an interest in 889 head of cattle with C. Warden. He also owns a 160-acre farm, which he has improved. W. O. MIZE, livery and stock-dealer, was born in Richmond, Ky., 1861. He was reared in the grocery and livery business. When twelve years of age, he came to Kansas, and went to school four years. He read law two years at Central University, at Richomnd, Ky., after which he returned to Kansas, and kept hotel two years; he also kept hotel in Florence eleven months. He was next in New Mexico in the hotel business one year. In September, 1882, he opened his large and commodious livery stable which he now occupies. In 1882, Mr. Mize was married to Miss Mollie Ballew, of Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Mize are members of the Baptist Church. L. W. MOORE, Register Of Deeds, is a native of Kansas, and was born 1858. His parents removed to Iowa in 1859, and remained until 1873, after which he returned to Kansas, and located in Sumner County on a farm. Mr. L. W. Moore then taught school eight years, when he came to Barber County in 1879, and engaged in the stock afd grain business for eighteen months. He was then elected Register of Deeds, 1881, in fall, for a term of two years. He built and owns residence in Medicine Lodge; is a member of Ancient Order of United Workmen, and is acting Deputy Clerk and Recorder of the same. In 1878, he was married to Miss Effie Vaughn, of Illinois, by whom he has two children - Carroll and LeRoy. Mrs. Moore is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Harmprescem1 See David Amey. Amey, William H.; w. Amanda J.; inf. 20, d. Nov. 24, 1875. Bakeman,Matthias; w. Mary, d. in 82nd yr., no date given. Barber, Mary. http://raub-and-more.com/harmprescem1.html
Extractions: Abernathy, Samuel; w. Annie E., b. Mar 24, 1841, d. Mar. 5, 1879; son Samuel Maxwell, b. Feb. 16, 1875, d. May 15, 1876. Albertson, James D., d. Jan. 17, 1884, aged 40.7.17. Albertson, James R., d. July 24, 1879, aged 79.11.1. Albertson, Rebecca. See John R. Miller Allen, Elijah; w. Levina; son Moses L., d. Nov. 5, 1857, aged 20.2.2; dau. Henrietta L., d. Sept. 21, 1858, aged 11.4.7; dau. Anne E. L., d. Nov. 26, 1857, aged 18.8.19. Allen, Elijah; w. Martha, d. Dec. 18, 1827, in 80th yr., "stone erected by Moses B. Allen, Harmony". Allen, Moses B., . Sept. 16 1781, d. June 20, 1840, aged 58.9.4; w. Charity, d. Nov. 15, 1829, aged 49.10.26; son Lemuel F. L., b. May 17, 1822, d. Dec. 17, 1836, aged 14 yrs and 7 mo. Allshouse, Elizabeth. See John Allshouse Allshouse, Ellen H. See John Allshouse Allshouse, Jacob, b. Jan. 27, 1763, d. Oct. 13, 1844, aged 81.8.16; w. Lydia, d. Aug. 8, 1852, aged 82.10.25.
WebGED: HOFF/HUFF'S Data Page child Hoff, Catherine (1825 1875) child Hoff Daniel (1719 - 1775) motherBarber, Naomi (1721 Barcroft, William H. (*1831 - ) - male spouse Bray http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Styx/7477/wga6.html
Extractions: PRESIDENTS. Nelson Burroughs, 1852; W. D. Bacon, 1858; Charles S. Hawley, 1854; A. Miner, 1855; Alexander F. Pratt, 1856; William Blair, 1857; Alexander F. Pratt, 1858 -59; William Blair, 1860-61; John Forbes, 1862; William Blair, 1863; John Fallon, 1864; N. A. Spooner, 1865; R. L. Gove, 1866; Isaac Lain, 1867; Vernon Tichenor, 1868; R. L. Gove, 1869; Isaac Lain, 1870; W. V. Tichenor, 1871-72; R. M. Jameson, 1873; Richard Dunbar, 1874; Vernon Tichenor, 1875-76; R. L. Gove, 1877; William Blair, 1878; P. H. Carney, 1879; Henry M. Youmans, 1880. CLERKS. E, M. Randall, 1852-55; O. McMahon, 1856-59; H. W. Sherman and Fred. Ring, Jr., 1860; Fred. Ring, Jr., and J. A. Williams, 1861; Vernon Tichenor, 1862; L. B. Lyman, 1863; O. McMahon, 1864; C. G. Heath, 1865; William R, Williams, 1866; W. V. Tichenor, 1867-68; 0. McMahon, 1869; N. Smith and W. V. Tichenor, 1870; Frank H. Putney, 1871-74; John Forbes, 1875; George C. Pratt, 1876; O. McMahon and George C. Pratt, 1877; Ira Kimball, 1878-79; Ira Kimball and F. M. Slawson, 1880. TREASURERS. John P. Story, 1852; J. L. Delano, 1858-54; Vernon Tichenor, 1855; William F. Fette, 1856-1857; William F. Fette, 1858; Gustavus Meyer, 1859; M. G. Townsend, 1860; H. N, Davis, 1861; P. H. Carney, 1862; John E. Jewett, 1868-65; James Hunkins, 1866; Ira Kimball, 1867; Leander Hill, 1868; James Hunkins, 1869; Alonzo Tyler, 1870; John E. Jewett, 1871; Frederick Slawson, 1872-75; D. R. Prindle, 1876; P. P. Mulligan, 1877; O. Culver, 1878; C. A. Haertel, 1879: D. R. Prince, 1880.