DATE: 25 Jan. 2003
NAME: Jody
RANDOLPH, Burton b in Adair Co KY 1818; mrd Elizabeth WARREN in 1849 (dau of Stephen WARREN and Sena HOLOMAN). Believe Burton RANDOLPH to be the son of Absolem RANDOLPH and his first wife Elizabeth Harrison BLAIR. Absolem moved to Reynolds Co MO in 1829 with 8 children and his 2nd wife Matilda GORDON (mrd 1826). There was another young man - Hiram RANDOLPH who lived near Burton whom I believe to be his older brother. Hiram and his wife sold land in 1867 and disappeared off the face of the earth. Would like to locate Hiram RANDOLPH and also get proof that Burton RANDOLPH is the son of Absolem RANDOLPH. Have a lot of information on Burton RANDOLPH and his descendents that I am willing to share with anyone researching this RANDOLPH line. Any help on this, Thanks in advance. Jodie

DATE:16 Feb. 2003
NAME:Sharon Stitch
I am looking for information on the death and burial of Needham PENDER. He moved to Carter co. abt.1880, died before 1900. Wife was Rosa, children Ed, Alva, Rose and Needham Jr. Anyone recognize this family? My gr.grandparents. Sharon
DATE: 2003
NAME: Mary Weaver
I am researching the family of Edith Richards Boyer who lived in Fordland, Missouri. Her son was Willard who married Alta Longbottom and they are buried in Mount Carmel Cemetery. Perhaps you can head me in the right direction to access information on this family. Thank you very much
DATE: 06 June 2003
NAME: M. Stuart
Am looking for family history on Gadi Carter, born ? 1824 in Robeson County, NC, the son of Barton Carter b. 1794 in Robeson Co., N.C., Gadie died 3/12/1874 in Ellsinore Carter Co. Mo. I am a desc of one of Barton's younger sons. and am researching my CARTER family history. Would be willing to exchange family info. Thank you M. Stuart
DATE: 21 June 2003
NAME: Linda Garrett
Marley - 1890 til now came from N.C., Indiana
Wynn - 1850 til now came from Alabama
Linda Garrett
DATE: 02 July 2003
NAME: Linda Tedder
My name is Linda Tedder and looking for anyone that know by the name of Tedder would be willing to help me with my genealogy on my family side. Here is a list of the names that are on my fathers side . Maybe someone could help me with: Vander Gerome Tedder
William Ameron Tedder
David Putman Tedder
Henry Tedder
Soloman Tedder
Benjamin Tedder (Tudor)
John Tedder (Tudor)
Ridchard Tudor
Richard Tudder
Please do help me as I truly need it bad
Linda Tedder

DATE: 06 July 2003
I'm Jim Brasher in Albuquerque, in need of help in finding my great grandmother Josie Roper. According to my great grandfather's railroad papers she died in 1898 while living in Ellsinore. He said she died in childbirth having my grandmother, Betty Mae Brown. Josie was married to Septimus Brown in 1897. Betty Mae's death certificate in 1953 gives her date of birth as July 6, 1899 which would be one year after her mother died. I have tried to get information from the state with no return for my money. Maybe someone would know how to find where she is buried. I'm at a brick wall.
DATE: 22 July 2003
NAME:Deenie Webb Sparks
Franklin Pierce Webb was my great grandfather married Louis E. Murphy (2nd wife). Children: Ben F. Webb, Raymond B. Webb - son Franklin P. James & daughter Violet, Joseph Weebb.. Franklin Pierce Webb (1st) was one of the 5 major stock holders in the Mo. lumber & mining Company out of Kansas City Mo. Note: Grandin Mo Historical Book by Jerry Ponder.
Deenie D. Webb Sparks
DATE: 15 Aug. 2003
NAME: fishingtim
Cottrell, Allen E., died September 11 2000, last residence Ellsinore, Carter County, Mo. You may request a copy of his obituary. I am willing to share his family history with any family member that is interested. Send obituary or other information to fishingtim.
DATE: 16 September 2003
NAME: Sherry
Looking for the Hopes of Carter Co. Mor. or Butler Co. any information on Hopes 1700 to late 1900. My Great Great grandparents were Levi Hope & Margaret Odom. Magaret Odom married Levi Hope, they had Nancy Eva Hope, my great grandmother. Thank You Sherry Marchant
DATE: 05 Oct. 2003
NAME: Deborah Sweet
Looking for info on the location of Poca Store or Polka Valley in 1900 Carter County. These places were named on the Marriage License of my Great-Grands, James Stringer & Rosie Weston, md. 5/19/1900 by S.W. Dirikson, Minister of Gospel.
James & Rose both gave Poca Store as their places of residence, and the minister gave Polka Valley as the place of marriage. James Stringer worked for the lumber company , as did Rose's father, James Weston.
Thanks, Deborah Sweet
DATE: 07 Oct. 2003
NAME: Linda Hargreaves
I am searching for information in regard to the Gates family. George W. (born May 1864 in Ohio) and Emma (nee Hooper) (born July 1869 in MO) Gates weree married in 1887. They had five children, with three living by the time of the 1900 Census of Carter County, but I cannot find this family by the time of the 1910 census. The family was in Grandin in 1900, and believe they have moved to the Clear Lake area of Washington by 1902. The children were:
Robert, born 1901, James C. born 1899, Vassil born 1894, and Lizzie born 1897... all born in Mo. Emma's parents were Louisa Hooper (born Oct. 1842 in MO.,) and Andrew Hooper (born Nov. 1822). I have been unable to contact any from this family. We are descendents of the James Gates family. James died in Seattle WA and his borhter Robert died in Aberdeen Washington. both had been shingle weavers by trade.
Linda Hargreaves
DATE: 22 Oct. 2003
NAME: Micky Freeman
The Surnames that I am researching are Clayton, Smith, Webb and Kirkland

DATE: 15 Nov. 2003
NAME: Connie
I am looking for information on my Grandmother Cozy or Cozyetta Richmond. She married Chester A. Richmond in Carter County Mo in 1926. Her maiden name was Dunaway. She lived with a family that either owned or worked at a Hotel in Doniphan Mo. before she married. Any information concerning Cozy (Dunaway) Richmond, Chester A Richmond or the family she lived with would be appreciated.
DATE: 03 Dec. 2003
NAME: Julie Rutledge Bates
Charles & Myrtle Rutledge in 1920 Carter Co. Census. Children Elzora, Flossie Mildred, Goldie and Cecil. Charlie worked for the railroad. Gillam and Lucy Thompson - children Mary , Leslie, Bert, and Alvin. Gillam was a minister, possible Church of Christ.
Any help appreciated