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Name: Steve Illum, Ph.D., Southwest Missouri State University <...@> Date: 2001-09-18 Comments:
Can you tell me if there are any hisotric mills accessible to the general public (if on private property, even by appointment) in your county? If so, please send me the name, phone number, e-mail address (if there is one) of a contact for the mill(s).
Steve Illum, Ph.D.
Southwest Missouri State University
Name: Bob Strain <B...@> Date: 2001-03-29 Comments:
Where would I write for a Birth Certificate of a person born in 1873 and how much would it cost?
Name: John w. Parks <...@> Date: 2000-06-04 Comments:
Excelsior springs, mo. is where Rix b. Parks is from, even tho I cannot find any records besides his pension record from the civil war, Rix was born 1826 and died in Excelsior springs, in 1891. his son william henry was born 1870 married ludisy creek, there son Clinton o. Parks born 9-00-1898. married nora millsaps. there son clinton jr, born 12-9-1934. died 1998. married lois espensen. then they had me John w. Parks 11-25-60 I married JoAnn e. Matlak our kids krystal,tiffany,john jr.
Name: Kathy Hall <H...@> Date: 2000-04-26 Comments:
Ebenezer Price had at least three daughters: Sarah Jane,
Sue and Mary Louise are born in Clay co. Sarah Jane married a Pixler; Sue married a Hughes; and Mary Louise married a Wilhite. Do not know their offspring and they would have been born in1800s Anyone know these names?
Name: Kathy Hall <H...@> Date: 2000-04-13 Comments:
Looking for a W.E. Price (Winfrey Ebenezer) possibly Major W.E. Price moved to Mo from KY around 1823 Married to a Sarah Lamme Possibly in Clay Co
Name: William C Haverty <...@> Date: 1999-09-12 Comments:
Following the trail of Peter Haverty, that lived in Clay Co, 1830?