--------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Eugene E Vanacek <[email protected]> To: [email protected] Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2005 19:06:34 -0600 Subject: Vanecek Message-ID: <[email protected]> Hi - Was wanting to know if anyone could guide me in the right direction to find some information on maybe one of my uncles, Charles VANECEK. I found him I think, in the 1920 Census in the Missouri State Penitentiary - Cole County. All the brake down information fits except for the spelling. I haven't been able to find him any other place so I am needing to get more information on him to see if it's him. He came from the St. Louis area. Thank anyone in advance Eugene Vanacek - San Antonio, Texas
Sorry I do not have that name in my records. SK Sharron --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - Find what you need with new enhanced search. Learn more.
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I am looking for an obit on Jack R. Stewart who was born 15 January 1932 and died in Jefferson City in March 1986. I am also seeking anyone who might be related. Jack's great grandfather I believe to have been Charles A. Stewart married to Susan Abington. Charles was my gg grandfather's brother. Jack's father was Ronald Stewart who died in Warrensburg in 1972 and Ronald's father was Cleo Stewart. Thanks for any help or advice anyone can give me for tracking down this family. Karen
Hope someone can help with this. I am looking for the death date, burial location and obit of Herbert STAKE. From the census I have determined that he died in Jefferson City BTW 1920 and 1930. His wife Lucile (Celia) STAKE appears as a widow on the 1930 Jeff City census. any help much appreciated
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Hi, **This message is being sent to the MO-JEFFERSON-CITY mailing list.** The email address that RootsWeb has for the MO-JEFFERSON-CITY list admin [email protected] is bouncing, so RootsWeb is looking to make contact with the list admin. Will the list admin please contact Andrew Billinghurst ([email protected]) so that we know that you are still maintaining this list and please reply quoting this message. List members there is nothing for you to worry about and nothing for you to do, it is probably just an email problem for the person looking after the day-to-day management of this list. Rest assured that this does not mean that your list is in danger. Thanks! Andrew Billinghurst, RootsWeb Staff [email protected] -- Andrew Billinghurst <[email protected]> Genealogy mailing lists: http://lists.rootsweb.com/ Ancestry.com--Your #1 Source for Family History Online http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=702&sourceid=1241
Marie, Below is a link that should take you to a PDF file of a form for ordering birth and death certificates in Missouri. You'll need Adobe Acrobat reader to open it, which if you don't have can be downloaded for free from Adobe.com. Hope this helps! http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~celticlady/MO-Death.pdf Judy Milan -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Friday, September 27, 2002 10:46 AM To: [email protected] Subject: [Jefferson City] Information Can someone on the list tell me how to get forms to send for a death cert.i would sure appricate it, thank you marie in colorado [email protected] i need to print off these forms, ==== MO-JEFFERSON-CITY Mailing List ==== Please post your queries as frequently as you'd like. New list members are joining all the time and may have the information you need!
Hi....below is a Mr. Long and he is buried in "MY" Wright family Cemetery and I am Wondering who or why he is there----thanks for the help...Penny Wright Cemetery >From Brumley take 42 west to Swinging Bridges Road and turn left. This is the 1st left hand road past Hwy C south. Go 1 mile plus half a tenth to the cemetery. The cemetery is on the left side and right along the road and can be easily seen It is no longer used, poorly fenced, and not tended. [Long], Willis V.died - 13 Dec. 1888 - age 38 yrs. MO Permanent Records 1883 - 1890
Hi List My name is Tim Casey and I am your new mail list administrator , I hope you all thank Ted Hitt for his time managing Cole Co MO Mail list. I am the CC for Cole Co MO part of the MOGenWeb Project. I also am the Regional Coordinator for Southern and Western Counties in the ILGenWeb Project which I oversee 42 counties. I also have county pages in IL they are Johnson, Massac, Montgomery, Shelby. I also run the mail lists for those counties. I do not live in MO but have resided in MO , I lived in Jefferson City MO for a brief 9 months managing a store at the mall. I then lived in Kansas City for a year maybe 3 at the most. I traveled alot with my company. I married a girl in Kansas City MO and we had a son. I live in Union Co IL with my son. I did not know at the time anything about my Casey lines my ggggg grndfather Christopher Casey died in Cole Co MO in 1840 he was the coroner . He was a revolutionary soldier. The SAR chapter is called Christopher Casey Chapter in Jeff City. My gggg Aunt Cassandra Casey Gordon also lived in Cole Co MO so I relate to alot of the Gordon families there. Also my gggg Uncle Hardin Casey and his wife Fannie Embree lived there , Hardin it seems got in trouble for playing some card game he wasnt alone. So that is why I am interested in Cole Co MO. I am working on Shelby Co IL from scratch my plans are to work next on Cole Co MO I have neglected this county since I became cc . Major reason for this is I need some material and since I do not live in Cole Co MO I am dependent on you folks who subscribe to this list. I need bios, obits anything that you would like to share with others. To get to have a good County website you have to have something to give to others to see . Family historys etc. Your family marriages. Also since I am involved with many projects I need a person or persons who would like to help coordinate Cole Co MO. Yes I would like help. If volunteers would like to manage the surname pages, obits page YOU can do this. I asked many moons ago for material on Cole Co MO I dont remember getting any items. I want Cole Co MO to be a good mail list also the Cole Co MO website also they compliment each other. If you have any ideas for Cole Co MO Website email me at [email protected] in your subject line POST COLECOMO IDEA I save this in a folder for Cole Co MO. As I do photos which would be POST COLECOMO PHOTO if you have a photo scann it send it in .jpeg format and type up a small bio of who, what , where. how they relate to you , if you have old photos of parades , buildings , churches, people, send it. I usually gather material for a month or so and then I redo the website. That is what is happening to Shelby Co IL , census records, cemetery pages , new photos to add , Lookup volunteers, Family Websites , County maps , What do you have to share. Remember it is always your material I only put it on the site. I will be redoing the Cole Co MO site in March so plenty of time to get material to me. Please email me at [email protected] about anything the Cole Co MO mail list is for genealogy not the Cole Co MO webpage I will send emails to the mail list when it has been updated. I hope that you read the above and see what I want to do with Cole Co MO website but I need help and more help. If I can help you just ask if I dont know I try to find out but you will hear from me. Tim Casey Cole Co MO cc
This is to let you know that the new list administrator for this list has been changed to Tim Casey at address: [email protected] It has been a pleasure working with you for these past several months and I am sure you will extend Tim the same kind cooperation and courtesy you gave to me. Cheers, Ted Hitt
Hello.........are there any cousins out there? Thanks.....Penny Miller County Autogram September, 1945 FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. WRIGHT FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1945 Funeral services wereheld at 2;00 p. m. Friday, September 20, at Brumley Christian church for Mrs. Elizabeth Hale Wright, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joe George near Ulman. Rev. A. L. Alexander of Eldon officiated. Burial was in Hawkins cemetery, directed by Kays Funeral service. Grandsons were acting pallbearers and granddaughters carried the flowers. Mrs. Wright, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Hale, was born in Miller County, July 18, 1858. She spent her entire life in the Brumley and Tuscumbia communities, where she was well known and had many friends. She was married to Frank Wright on March 16, 1874. Thirteen children were born of whom three died in infancy. One son, Clarence Wright, died September 14, 1934, and two daughters, Elizabeth Witt, in December, 1918 and Carrie Whittle on November 15, 1910. She is survived by her husband and seven children. They are; Albert Wright, Buffalo, Mo., Emma Witt, Eldon, Mo., James Wright, Tuscumbia, Mo., Lena Albertson, Brumley, Mo., Grace Lee, Kansas City, Kansas, and Marinda George, Ulman, Mo. Other survivors include 40 grandchildren and 81 great-grandchildren. In 1883, when the Brumley Christian church was organized, Mrs. Wright was one of the 42 charter members. Rev. J. C. Thompson of Eldon, baptized her. She was the last living charter member.
Hi...... Do you know anything of the Joseph Henson and Cora Bell Hill Henson family, specifically Dudley Roxy Henson?? Or the Arthur Nall and Cora Bell Hill Henson Nall, specifically Nona or Cornelia Nall?? Thanks, Lana
Yes, they can provide you with a list of researchers. Their web site is at: http://system.missouri.edu/shs/Genealogyguides.htm and their toll-free number is 800-747-6366. Good luck in your search! Barbara (Saxbury) Freeman http://PikeCoILGenWeb.org Pike Co ILGenWeb http://Saxbury.net Saxbury Family History http://NewspaperAbstracts.com Finding our ancestors in the news! http://members.aol.com/saxbury AOL Members Genealogy Web Sites http://AutumnWindz.com Autumn Windz Soaps & Supplies
How should someone start looking from a long distance in Columbia, do you know? Do they have a list of holdings, or do you offhand have access to their web site address? I wonder if there's a list of local researchers.... hmm. Thanks for starting my brain working! Marianne in Anchorage . I have had a good deal of success in > searching at The State Historical Society of Missouri, 1020 Lowry Street, > Columbia, Mo. 65201-7298. Marjorie >
My maternal and paternal grandparents lived in Jefferson City, as did many of my uncles, aunts and my own parents. I have had a good deal of success in searching at The State Historical Society of Missouri, 1020 Lowry Street, Columbia, Mo. 65201-7298. Marjorie