Descendants of Benjamin Talbott

Submitted By:  Ruby Simonson McNeill

Generation No. 1

1. BENJAMIN7 TALBOTT (DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 15 Jun 1811 in Bourbon Co., KY, and died 22 Mar 1865 in prob. Washington Co., MO. He married LAURA FARRIS 26 Feb 1832 in prob. Illinois, daughter of ANDERSON FARRIS and UNKNOWN. She was born 12 Feb 1818 in IL, and died 16 Apr 1879 in Washington Co., MO.

Notes for BENJAMIN TALBOTT:

Believe Laura and Lucian are siblings. Will link them as such until proven otherwise for ease in research.

Below is email received 25 July 1997.

Subject: Talbott-Farris

Date: Fri, 25 Jul 1997 23:12:00 -0700

From: Larry Taylor <wayne@taylsntufts.com>

To: RubyM@localaccess.com

Hi Ruby,

I was browsing through queries on the Washington Co. MO GenWeb site and saw your query and it rang a bell with me. While Talbott is not a name in my lines I knew I had seen it somewhere.Do you know where in IL Laura Farris was born?

My GG-grandfather, Lucian Farris was born in Franklin Co IL in 1820. On Jan 12, 1859 while a member of the Missouri State Legislature from Reynolds County he wrote a letter to his wife. The following is quoted from that letter:

"I recon you hav heard of Ben Talbott escape from Potosi he left their in inst at 8 o'clock at night he was 40 miles next morning from their making tracks for furand land I saw a friend to day that gave me the particulars that lives in the place the door was unlocked by some

unknown hand their was no one made any search for him he had loats of friends their I hope this will be a caushion to Ben & especially to his boys I think this aught to keep them out of bad company they are all well"

Could this be your Ben Talbott? If so then Laura could be related to Lucian. (His first daughter was named Laura, his second was named Nancy which was his wife's name.) Of course Laura could have been his mother's name. At this point its all speculation.

I would be interested your thoughts. (BTW my Taylor line is mostly Quaker, starting with Philip Taylor who arrived in PA in 1682 at the age of two. More on that later)

Sincerely,

Larry Taylor

larry@taylsntufts.com

{rsm: Letter in full follows}

Lucian Nester Farris to his wife, Anna

Jefferson City

Jan 12th 1859

Dear Wife

Considering it my duty to inform you that I am well again as I had been very unwell for severall day before I rote to you last and I new the report would get out that I was sick for fear you would get the news that I was sick again I thought I would rite to you my Dear again to remove all reports which might get to the ears of my love my Dear I now the uneasiness you have when you have any fears of my being sick now Dear be assured I am well again & hope & trust that these few lines may find you all well & getting along well my Dear I would have aload on my mind if I thought their was anything going rong at home I do hope everyone is dong right and attending strictly to his post & will not neglect their duty I will assure all of you that I have the deepest regard for the wellfare prosperity of my Dear family.

My Dear I am at a loss to no what to rite to you as I have not got but the first letter my love rote tho I think I will get more in a few days their has been a great confusion today in the Legislator about passing a law to raise troops to Station on the line of Kansas to keep the thieves robers of Kansas from crossing over in Missouri there is a company of theives under 2 men by the name of Montgomery Brown that has Murdered Several persons Stole their negroes horses & burned houses they are a terrer To the border country & we are a trying to devise some way to get at the scoundrels it is a hard thing to get at for there is nothing will reach them but a company of men and missouri has no right to send men to Kansas their has been a great deal of long speeking by men that live in those border countys who are mostly interested they say I would not be surprised if tomorrow ant spent nothing done for the protection of these people My Dear it is astonishing to see 133 men all seeted in one house to make laws & see how little is done it has been a perfect confusion so far I think we will adjourn by the first of March I will post you my dear about the time of our adjourning be patient if you please my Anna we will meet again I hope at our fireside where we can enjoy many happy ours together O Anna I forgot to tell you I saw Mrs. Harris the night I left home they are boarding with the man that has their house rented She was verry quick to inquire how is Ann & if you had got your health again She said she had been uneasy about you hearing your health was bad She said you must come to see her She said she would be so glad to see Ann Mrs. Harris has been in bad helth looks badly Mrs. ??? helth is about as comon I recan you have heard of Ben Talbott escape from Potosi he left their the 5 inst at 8 oclock at night he was 40 miles next morning from their making tracks for a furand land I saw a friend today that gave me the particulars that lives in the place the door was unlocked by Some unknown hand their was no one made any search for him he had lots of friends there I hope this will be a caushion to Ben & especially to his Boys I think this ought to keep them out of Bad company they are all well. I saw young John Farris where he keeps Store as I came up here but had no chance to talk with him I see a good many people up here occasionally I have seen before this town is situated on the west side of the missouri river on the ugliest ground you ever seen it is a rooting hollow points of ridges & the mudiest place in creation & a perfect ??? I am in our room alone tonight some gone to the capital some in other rooms spining long yarns and I consider I am injoying myslef better than any of them writeing to my Dear beloved Anna & my Dear I must stop writing it is 40 minits after 10 oclock & I must go to bead I will be sleepy tomorrow tho I am not sleepy nor would not get sleepy tonight righting to you it is prudent I should close ciss by sweet little Johnny for your dear My Dear I remain your sincear affection Husband Anna Farris L N Farris

There is nothing can give me more satisfaction than to write to you when we are apart love O Dear love remember me

AF LNF

{rsm Note:}

Lucian Nester Farris: Believe to be a brother of Laura Farris, wife of Benjamin Talbott.

Young John Farris probably a nephew found in 1860 census near Laura Talbott and her children

Mrs. Harris: - Unknown

{rsm note: This letter is a copy provided by a descendant of Lucian Farris who knew my interest in a Farris/Talbott connection. It would appear that "young John Farris" is the same as the one in the 1860 St. Francois Co., MO near Laura Farris Talbott. He was shown as "merchant" in that census - again giving credence to the relationship of these families.}

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http://www.missouridivision-scv.org/div_1unites.htm

Uniit of the First Division Missouri State Guard

Cavalry

Talbot's Company, Capt. Benjamin Talbott

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1860 St. Francois Co., MO

P. O. Dents Station

p.86/87

565-568

Farris, John J. 24 M IL merchant {married within year}

Martha 21 F Ire

Beal, Francis 24 M PA

566/569

Talbot, Laura 43 F IL 000-65

William * 25 M IL 000-15

Hiram 15 M MO

Cynthia 13 F MO

Sarah 11 F MO

Kenneth 8 M MO

Emma 6 F MO

Amanda 4 F MO

Albertine M. ** 1 F MO

*Note: This shows William b. Illinois in 1835

**Note: Another source gives Albertine M. as Albert (a male)

568/571

Gibson, David V. 20 M MO farmer 000-10 {married within year}

Mary E. *** 18 F MO

***Note: Mary E. is Mary E. Talbott, a d/o Benjamin and Laura Farris Talbott

568/571

Gibson, Levi 23 M MO

Laura**** 23 F IL

Gideon 4 M MO

****Note: Laura is Laura Talbott, a d/o Benjamin and Laura Farris Talbott

 

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There was an Anderson P. Farris, Pvt., srv in Capt. Stephenson's Co. of the 2nd Regt in the 1st Brig of IL Mtd Vols in the Black Hawk War

Also there was a James Farris, Pvt, srv in Capt. Bowyer's Co of the 2nd Regt in the 1st Brig of IL, Mtd Vols in Black Hawk War

AND - Benjamin Talbott was also in Capt. Stephenson's Co. as was Anderson P. Farris.

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Petty, A. W. M.: A HISTORY OF THE THIRD MISSOURI CAVALRY

FROM IT'S ORGANIZATION AT PALMYRA, MISSOURI, 1861 UP TO

NOVEMBER SIXTH, 1864 ; Century Reprints MINT - Reprint of 1865 original

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AZTEC CLUB OF 1847 - Mexican War Officer Search Page

Last Name Talbot

ID: 5264

Record: 3116

First Name: Benjamin

Last Name: Talbot

Rank Mexican War: 2nd Lieutenant

Notes on Military Service: Regt. received July, 1847, discharged

October, 1848

Notes on Civilian Service:

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BLACK HAWK WAR - Second Campaign June-August 1832

Those who were in this war from Frankin Co., IL who were either Farris or Talbotts

Captain Bowyer's Company - Enrolled June 16, 1832

Farris, James - Private

Farris, Anderson - Private

Talbot, Benjamin - Private

BLACK HAWK WAR - ILLINOIS SOLDIERS (T) - http://www.lumarmall.com/hawkt.htm

Talbert, Coleman - Quincy, IL

Talbot, Benjamin - Pike Co.

Talbut, William - Clinton Co.

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From the Civil War Records - Books in the Spokane Public Library

p.682 - Operations in MO, ARK, KANS, and IND. T. (Chap.X)

Camp Benton, Mo., August 25, 1861

Capt. Ben Talbot:

Sir: I am instructed by Brig. Gen. M. Jeff Thompson to call your earnest attentin to the inclosed general orders.* He has heard with much indignation that you are carrying on an indiscriminate course of impressment, and that friends suffer as often as foes by your actions. He deisres me to arrue you, on his word of honor, that he will hold you strictly accountable for your action in these matters; or, to use his own owrds, "Tell Captain Talbot, by God, I'll hang the first man, be he private or officer, be he sworn in the service or not, who transgresses the inclosed general orders."

JOHN M. LANGAN,

Asst. Adjt. Gen., First Mil. Dist., Missouri State Guard

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History of Franklin, Jefferson, Washington, Crawford & Gasconade Counties, Missouri

p.500

In 1858 Benjamin Talbot stabbed and killed a Mr. Rosebury at a circus at Old Mines. On the 12th of November of that year he was indicted for the murder, but made his escape from jail and went into the rebel army, where he waskilled near the close of the war.

p.1010

John B. Ross, a dealer in general merchandise and mineral at Old Mines, is a son of Silas M. Ross, a native of Hopkins County, Ky., who located in what is now Washington County, Mo., in 1833; he married Lucinda J. Silvers, who came to what is now Washington County previous to this century, and their three children are John B., Eliza, who married Joseph Bouchard, and Samuel C., who married Susan Casey. Silas M. Ross was a carpenter by trade. John B. Ross was born in Washington County March 19, 1838, and was reared on a farm. He enlisted in the Ninth Missouri Infantry, Confederate army, and took part in the pattles of Prairie Grove, Helena, and others of less importance, serving three years. After his return home he engaged in farming until 1879 when he commenced selling goods. February 8, 1859, he married Julia Talbot, a antive of Washington County, whose father is Benjamin Talbot. Mr. and Mrs. Ross are the parents of six children, viz.: John M., Frank E., Laura, Lawrence, Kennett and Rollie. As a result of economy and good management, Mr. Ross well merits the success that is his in his chosen occupation, and is doing a safe business.

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MARCHING WITH THE ARMY OF THE WEST 1846-1848

By Abraham Robinson Johnson, Marcellus Ball Edwards, Philip Gooch Ferguson

pub. 1936 by The Arthur H. Clark Company, Glendale, CA

Diary of Philip Gooch Ferguson, 1847-1848

p.183

Jefferson Barrcks, June 3, 1847.... About the first of May last a requisition was made upon Missouri for additional troops to take the place of those now in Santa Fe... We held an election, and General A. Jones was electd captain; Dr. S. D. Mullowny, first lieutenant; George O. Hepburn second lieutenant; and Benjamin Talbot, second second lieutenant... (Note: The company was called the 'Rough and Ready Riifle Company'.

June 5. ... Wrote to [the] paper today by Colonel Brickey. Talbot, our second lieutenant, was placed under guard today for some words about the officers; says he'll resign. ...

June 21. ... An election was accordingly held, without giving he men time to canvass the matter, and the result was the Colonel P. O. Brickey, a priate, was eleted captain in place of Jones; Lieutenants Mulowny and Hepburn reelected without opposiiton; and McIntire in place of Lieutenant Talbot. ... Talbot got but one vote. ...At Columbia I found the company in great confusion from the fact that the election held at Fulton was said to be null, Captain Jones still retaining command. ...

July 18. The only incident worthy of record that occurred on the march today was a flare-up between the captain and Lieutenant Talbot... Today Lietenant Talbot had command of the front division, and some of the teams becoming worn out, had dropped behind; and the front division had got some distance ahead of the rear toward night....

August 2. ... Immediately after crossing, the captain had another quarrel with Talbot about his not keeping the company tgether, etc.

October 12. .. Strike tents and cross the river about 9 a.m. Camp one mile north of the little town of Joyita. About ten o'clodk Lieutenants Mullowny and Talbot, Seargeant Castleman, the three Johnsons, Lester, and myself rode to town to see a Mexican ...

November 21. Having heard that Lieutenant Talbot had a Mexican girl of great beauty at his quarters and was keeping her as a mistress, I went to his room, where I found her at breakfast with Lieutenants Mullowny and Talbot. This girl is but thirteen years old, has regular features, skin nearly white, light hazel eyes, and a slender form. Her appearance and manners are those of a child, and she does not possess that volumptuous beauty that many of the Spanish women do. While looking at her, I felt sorry for her situation, sorry that one so young should be so deeply engulfed in sin and vice....

November 25. First Seargeant Castleman appointed seargeant major, Colonel Brickey first sergeant, and U. P. Johnson second corporal in place of McCabe, who was reduced by order of Talbot for some blunder the latter made the other morning in guard mounting....

November 26. ... Talbot, who went with them asked me to loan my horse. Upon my refusing to so so, he said he would force me and my horse both to go. I replied that no such a looking officer could force me without a regular detail, etc. For these words, which he considered disrespectful, he ad me arrested, and for the first time I was put in the guardhouse. I as kept in only about half an hour, however, for Lieutenant Mullowny had me released as soon as he heard of it. I consider that this was unjust and tyrannical, and it will cause me to remember Talbot for some time to come. Mullowny and Hepburn assured me that they would prefer charges against Talbot as soon as he got back.

November 28. Having been requested at various times by several of the mento draw up a remonstrance against the conduct of Lieutenant Talbot in living publicly with his Mexican whore, I wrote a short petition to Colonel Rals, staing that the company felt themselves disgraced by the conduct of their officer and caling upon him to use his influence and authority in having Talbot broke of his commission. This petition was signed by seventy-two men, several objecting on the ground that Talbot owed them money. ....

December 1. ... While I was making preparations to go with the latter party, Corporal Mahan came up and arrested me, having been ordered by Talbot to put me in the guardhouse. ... He replied that Talbot had been looking for me and told me to go and see him. I did so, and Talbot said he had not wanted to see me; so one of them told a fib. I asked Talbot if it would suit his purpose to postpone my imprisonment till I get back. He said he had no objectiosn if the colonel would allow it. Mullowny and Hepburn then came in, and after the three had talked together for some time, Talbot told me I could go.

December 6. ... The reply of the colonel was that the charge was insufficient to break Talbot, tht he disapproved of his conduct, and appreciated the motives of the company; and he sent for Talbot and administered to him a severe rebuke. Talbot, on hearing of the petition, made severe threats against the signers, threatening to put the whole company in the guardhouse. But not a man was frightened by such boasts or wished to recede from the step taken.

December 15. .... Talbot dicarded his woman a few days ago, and Hepburn is nowkeeping her at his quarters.

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OLD MINES, MO - WASHINGTON COUNTY

St. Joachim Church Records 1836-1839

Page 26

Marie Tobbert

Jan. 10th was baptized Marie Tobbert born Aug 1st, 1838, dau of Benjamin Tobbert and Laura Farries.

Sponsors -- no godfather given. Susanne Kincaid

Bart. Bollando

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Autobiography of Elihu H. Shepard

Pub. by G. Knapp & Co. - St. Louis, MO 1869

p.192

1861

On the Saturday after I had declined the acceptance of a colonel's commission, Captain Benjamin Talbot came to me with about twenty of his men, and offered me the command o fhis company to go and join General Price at Springfield, saying he would reign in my favor and serve under me in the ranks. He had been under my comman in Mexico, where he was a lieutenant and knew me well. He seemed greatly disappointed at not being able to induce me to accept the command, as his company consisted of over one hundred young men enlisted in my neighborhood. The next morning (Sunday) he took post in front of a small Baptist Church, on the sound end of my farm, and as the congregation generally rode their best animals there, he seized them as fast as they arrived and in that manner got possession of all the best horses and mules in the vicinitty of my farm and factory. Some objected to the proceeding, but he made the usual plea of tyrants, "military necessity", which was the only satisfaction he offered. This was the beginning of a series of robberies which were continued by both parties for the four following years in that vicinity. The following day he took the horse he had seized to my blacksmith shp in my absence, and compelled my blacksmith to shoe them all with my shoes and nails, and at evening threatened to hang the smith for saing this was "an act of bold robbery". He also took from my store all my ammunition, together with my shot-gun and apparatus.

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BLM-ES, GLO Records - Acession/Serial Nr:Mo2370_.183

State: Missouri

Patentee Name: Warrantee Name:

BENJAMIN TALBOTT

Misc. Doc. Nr: Mineral Reservations: No

Indian Allotment Nr: Georgraphic Name:

Tribe: --- Metes/Bounds: No

Issue Date: November 10, 1841 Authority: April 24, 1820: SALE-CASH

Cancelled: No ENTRY (3 Stat.566)

Acres: 32,4675

Land Office: PALMYRA

Blk NWNW 6/ T.58N R.8W Sec. No. 5th PM Meridian Marion Co., MO aCRES: 32,4675

lAND oFFICE: palmyra

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3rd Reg't Missouri Mounted Vols. Mexican War.

Benjamin Talbot 2nd Lieut - Capt A. Jones' Co. D

Enrolled:

May 8, 1847 - Potosi, Mo.

Period: During the war with Mexico

Mustered into Service May 28, 1847 - St. Louis, MO

Honorably discharged October 25, 1848 at Independence, Mo., to date Oct. 19, 1848.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More About BENJAMIN TALBOTT:

Residence: 1850, Concord, Washington, Missouri1

Notes for LAURA FARRIS:

It is interesting to see the similarity in the naming patterns of the Talbott and Farris families:

Benjamin and Laura (Farris) Talbott's children included the names of:

James CARTER Talbott

SARAH Talbott

AMANDA Talbott

CYNTHIA Talbott

Lucian Farris' children included the names of:

John CARTER Farris

IDA LEE Farris

MOLLIE THOMPSON Farris

CYNTHIA ELLA Farris

LAURA M. Farris

AMANDA Farris

SARAH Farris

James CARTER Talbott's children included names of:

SARAH IDA Talbott

John LEE Talbott

James THOMPSON Talbott

I am curious if the CARTER, LEE, THOMPSON names are ancestral. We know that there is an early THOMPSON family through the Talbott line, but both families use this in their children's naming patterns.

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Children of BENJAMIN TALBOTT and LAURA FARRIS are:

2. i. JAMES CARTER8 TALBOTT, b. 25 Feb 1833, Charleston, Coles Co., IL; d. 06 Apr 1922, Carterville, Jasper Co., MO.

ii. WILLIAM HAZLET TALBOTT, b. 17 Mar 1835; d. 17 Mar 1863; m. CATHRINE DORINEN, 19 Aug 1855, Franklin Co., MO2.

Notes for WILLIAM HAZLET TALBOTT:

Confederate Military Records show:

T-12-MO

William H. Talbott Capt Co. D, 3 Reg't Missouri Vols - appears on a

Company Muster Roll of the organization named above,

for October 22 to Dec 31, 1862

Enlisted August 2, 1862 at Oregon Co., MO

by: T. H. Turner

Period: 3 yrs or during the war

Present

W. H. Talbott Capt. Co. D, 9 Reg't Missouri Infantry - appears on

Company Muster Roll of the organization named above

for March & April, 1863

Enlisted July 29, 186_ at Carter Co., MO

by: Jno Crow

Period: War

Last Paid by Munroe

to Oct 31, 186_

Remarks: Died March 12, 1863 at Camp near Little Rock

Talbot, Capt, Co. D, Whit's (9) Missouri Reg't - appears on

a Roster of Price's Division, C.S.A. - White's 9th Missouri Regiment

Remarks: Deceased March 12, 1863

Confed. Archives, Cap. 1, Vol. 109-1/2, p.124

W. H. Talbott

Capt. Co. D. White's Regt - appears on a

Roster of Hindman's Division, District of Arkansas

Roster dated Feb. 1, 1863

Date of rank - Aug. 12, 1862

Remarks:

4th Brigade

W. H. Talbott

Capt. Co. D. White's Regt - appears on a

Roster of Hindman's Division, District of Arkansas

Roster dated Feb 28, 1863

Date of rank Aug. 17, 1862

Remarks:

Present

4 Brigade

W. H. Talbott

Capt. Co. D 12 Regt Mo - appears on a

Register containing Rosters of Commissioned Officers, Provisional Army Confederate States.

Date of resignation, death, transfer or promotion} Dec'd

Mch 12, 1863

W. H. Talbot Capt, Co. D, Reg't Missouri Vols - appears on

Company Muster Roll of the organization named above,

for To Oct. 31, 1862

Enlisted July 29, 1862 at Carter Co., MO

by John Crow

3 yrs. or during War

Present

Remarks: Served as private 12 days. Elected Capt August 12, 1862

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Little Rock National Cemetery

Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas

Talbot, Wm H, d. 03/12/1863, CAPT CO D 12TH MO INF CSA, Plot: CONF 627, *

Talbott, Wm H, d. 03/12/1863, CAPT D 12 MO INF, Mar 12 1863, Plot: 627,

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3. iii. LAURA A. TALBOTT, b. Bet. 1837 - 1838, Missouri; d. Aft. 1880.

iv. MARIE TALBOTT, b. 01 Aug 1838; d. Abt. 1839.

Notes for MARIE TALBOTT:

OLD MINES - St. Joachim Catholic Church 1836-1845

1839 - page 26

Marie Tobbert

January 10th was baptized Marie Tobbert born Aug. 1st, 1838, dau of Benjamin Tobbert and Laura Farries.

Sponsors -- no Godfather given

Susanne Kincaid

Bart. Bollando

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4. v. JULIET N. TALBOTT, b. 13 Jun 1840, MO; d. 05 Mar 1907.

5. vi. MARY ELIZABETH TALBOTT, b. 27 Aug 1842, MO; d. 03 May 1888.

6. vii. HIRAM P. (PARIS?) TALBOTT, b. 02 Feb 1845, MO; d. 28 Sep 1912, prob. Iron Co., MO.

7. viii. CYNTHIA N. TALBOTT, b. 30 Apr 1848, Washington Co., MO; d. 28 Mar 1896, Vilander, Crawford Co., MO.

8. ix. SARAH L. TALBOTT, b. 06 Dec 1849; d. 26 Nov 1885.

x. BENJAMIN C. TALBOTT, b. Abt. 1852, MO.

xi. KENNETT TALBOTT, b. Abt. 1852.

9. xii. EMMA S. TALBOTT, b. Abt. 1854, MO; d. Aft. 1922.

xiii. AMANDA TALBOTT, b. 16 Apr 1856, Missouri; d. 05 Aug 1917, Carterville, Jasper Co., MO; m. JONES.

Notes for AMANDA TALBOTT:

Death Certificate of Amanda Jones:

Death Certificate File No. 28849

Jasper County

Carterville City

Full Name: Amanda Jones - female - white - married

b. Apr. 15, 1856 ad. 61 yrs. 4 mo.

b. MO

father: Benj. Tolbert b. KY

mother: ___ Farris b. IL

died 4 Aug 1917

Dr. Barre attended deceased from July 25, 1917 to Aug. 4, 1917 - death occured 8 p.m.

cause of death: Aug- pectoris???

bur. Carterville Cemetery

undertaker - Webb City Undertakers, Webb City, MO

informant: J. R. Missey, 404 N. Elm

Filed 7 Aug 1917

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xiv. ALBERTINE TALBOTT, b. Abt. 1859.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

 

2. JAMES CARTER8 TALBOTT (BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 25 Feb 1833 in Charleston, Coles Co., IL, and died 06 Apr 1922 in Carterville, Jasper Co., MO. He married (1) SARAH JANE CAIN 10 Mar 1870 in Washington Co., MO, daughter of JAMES CAIN and MARTHA BRIM. She was born 20 Jul 1849 in Washington Co., MO, and died 29 Sep 1884 in prob. Washington Co., MO. He married (2) SARAH ELIZABETH HAYS 19 Mar 1854 in Washington Co., MO. She was born 08 May 1837 in Washington Co., MO, and died 20 Dec 1867 in Washington Co., MO. He married (3) ELIZABETH HELAN TUMMINS 22 Oct 1868 in Washington Co., MO. She was born 02 Apr 1846, and died 22 Nov 1869. He married (4) OLIVE M. COLE 05 Oct 1887 in Washington Co., MO. She was born May 1844 in Illinois.

Notes for JAMES CARTER TALBOTT:

1860 Washington Co., Mo Census - Liberty Township

P. O. Fourche A Renault

1092-1081

Jas. Talbott 24 M Miner 10 b. IL

Sarah 23 M MO

Benj. W. 5 M MO

Washington 3 M MO

Sarah 1 M MO

As to Sarah Elizabeth Hays Talbott, 1st wife of James Carter Talbott:

In the

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Microfilm borrowed from the Missouri State Historical Society

Washington County, Missouri

Washington County Journal - Potosi, Thursday, July 21, 1870

A DOUBLE TRAGEDY --

One man seriously cut, and another killed!

A horrible tragedy transpired at Coleman's Store, Liberty township, in this county, on Saturday last, resulting In the infliction of seven serious knife wounds upon one party, and the instantaneous killing, by a pistol shot, of another.

During Saturday afternoon a. considerable crowd had assembled in the vicinity of Mr. Firmin Coleman's store, to participate in a shooting match. At about three o'clock, according to our Information, many of the party having become intoxicated and boisterous, Jasper Vandever - a young man who had not heretofore borne a good character, -- made an assault (which we are assured was entirely unprovoked) upon the person of James Talbott, who had been engaged In the match.

That part of the affair not having been up to the present time made the subject of legal investigation, we are unable to give the details. In the course of the difficulty, however, Vandever Inflicted upon Talbott seven severe stabs with a large, ugly looking pocket knife.

The injured man was placed on the porch of Mr. Coleman's store In a bleeding, fainting condition, and medical aid summoned. A little later In the afternoon Hiram Talbott, a younger brother of the victim of the first affray, returned to the neighborhood from a visit to the residence of his sister, on Black river. At the store of Mr. A. L. Edwards, about two miles from the scene of bloodshed he was first Informed of the affair, by a bystander. A young acquaintance, Marion Walser, according to the evidence adduced, then proposed to Hiram Talbott to go to the place where his brother was supposed to be lying in a dying condition, and kill Vandever.

The two rode off together to Coleman's store, one of them borrowing a pistol on the way and Walser carrying it, arrived upon the spot and in the immediate presence of the wounded man, another scene of blood was quickly enacted. Just after dismounting, Walser drew forth the pistol and handed it to young Talbott. Vandever was advancing upon the porch at the moment - It Is stated by some with a show to attack another man who had In some way offended him. As young Talbott-saw him advancing, he accosted him with a peremptory challenge, to which, however, Vandever did not seem to heed, at all. With his first attempt Talbott did not discharge his pistol - it snapping; Instantly recocking it he fired, and with but too deadly aim. With the report Vandever fell forward upon his face, and with a gasp or two expired.

Talbott, seeing the fearful result of his passion, threw down his pistol, mounted his horse, and hurriedly rode away. Walser followed soon after, and before the authorities could be apprised of the fact the two made good their escape under cover of night. A subsequent examination of the body of Vandever discovered that the pistol ball had entered the right side, and passing through is heart, come out upon the left. The weapon used was a clumsy, single-barreled pistol, made from the breech of a common rifle barrel, very plainly mounted and about 44 calibre. In Vandevere's pocket was found the knife with which he cut Talbott, and projecting from his boot leg an iron poker, both of which, together with the pistol, are now In the possession of Sheriff Breckenridge. Beside the stabs received by James Talbott, in his encounter with Vandever, the latter bruised him severely in the breast by repeated blows with a rock. He has, however, so far recovered from his injuries as to have been removed to his home, and is now reported in a fair way for recovery.

Of the slain and his slayer, it Is but just for us to repeat in this connection what we have heard Iterated and reiterated by their neighbors; that while Vandever was a vicious, dangerous man, especially under the influence of intoxicating liquors, as was very frequently the case, Talbott has been known as a peaceable and strictly temperate young man, easily influenced, and of a very Impulsive temperament.

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James C. Talbott - Co. D, 12 Missouri Infantry - Private - Confederate

William H. Talbott - Co. D, 12 Missouri Infantry - Captain - Confederate - died 12 March 1863

Hiram P. Talbott - Co. D, 12 Missouri Infantry - Private - Cofederate

James C. Talbott - Co. G, 3 Mo Calvary - Private - Confederate

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Talbott, James C.

Page 351 - Washington County MO Marriages

 

James C. Talbott of Liberty Twp., Washington Co., Mo. over 21; Olive M. Cole of Liberty Twp., Washington Co., Mo. over 18; 4 October 1887 license; married on 5 October 1887 by W. S. Smith, JP at residence of S. D. Shore, Washington Co.

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Talbott, James C. Mr.

Page 138 - Washington County, MO Marriages

Mr. James C. Talbott & Miss Elizabeth Tammins; married on 22 October 1868 by C. B. Lumpkin, JP at Washington Co., Mo.

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Talbot, James

Page 140 - Washington County, MO

James Talbot & Sarah Hays both of Washington Co., Mo.; married on 19 March 1854 by J. Oliver, JP at Washington Co., Mo.

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More About JAMES CARTER TALBOTT:

Photograph: Abt. 1864, Civil War Picture w/son Washington V. Talbott - taken Canton, Fulton Co., IL - in Civil War Uniform

Residence: 1920, Caterville Ward 2, Jasper, Missouri3

Notes for SARAH JANE CAIN:

3 Aug 1884

St. Joachim Baptism Records - Rec. p.373

Sarah Jane Talbot d/o Js Kane/Martha Kane

SP: Gabriel Boyer & Rosine Pagie

born 20 July 1849

Notes for OLIVE M. COLE:

No Issue of marriage between Olive Cole and James Carter Talbott

 

Children of JAMES TALBOTT and SARAH CAIN are:

10. i. HIRAM THOMAS9 TALBOTT, b. 03 Jan 1871, Jefferson Co., MO; d. 06 Jan 1939, Carterville, Jasper Co., MO.

ii. MARTHA LAURA TALBOTT, b. 24 Jul 1872, prob. Washington Co., MO; d. 15 Sep 1883, prob. Washington Co., MO.

iii. MARANDA JANE TALBOTT, b. 29 Jul 1874, prob. Washington Co., MO; d. 03 Oct 1875, prob. Washington Co., MO.

11. iv. "MOLLIE" MARY ELIZABETH TALBOTT, b. 13 Mar 1876, prob. Washington Co., MO; d. 31 Dec 1939, Kansas City, MO.

v. NANCY ELIZABETH TALBOTT, b. 07 Aug 1877.

Notes for NANCY ELIZABETH TALBOTT:

3 Aug 1884

St. Joachim Baptism Records - Rec. p. 374

Nancy Elizabeth Talbot, d/o Jas E. Talbot/Sarah Jane Kane

Sponser: Gabriel Boyer/Rosine Page

Born: 7 Aug 1877

[My note: This must be a child that was not recorded due to early death. Only reason I can think of as the family was quite precise in recording the records.]

vi. ROBERT HENRY TALBOTT, b. 01 Feb 1878, prob. Washington Co., MO; d. 12 Sep 1879, prob. Washington Co., MO.

12. vii. "ELLA" HEALEN ELLEN TALBOTT, b. 15 Dec 1879, Forche Renault (Old Mines), Washington Co., MO; d. 27 Sep 1965, Mokelumne Hill, Calaveras Co., CA.

viii. CHARLEY ALLEN TALBOTT, b. 02 Jan 1883, prob. Washington Co., MO; d. 02 Jan 1886, prob. Washington Co., MO.

Notes for CHARLEY ALLEN TALBOTT:

3 Aug 1884

St. Joachim Baptism Records - Rec. p.271

Chas, s/o Jas E. Talbot/Sarah Jane Kane

Sponser: LB Politte and Mary Diekson

b. 2 Jan 1882

[My Note: Although this date shows as 1882, I believe it is Charlie Allen Talbott who was born 2 Jan 1883. We all know how difficult it is to be consistant in dating when we reach the new year and sometimes put the old year instead.]

 

 

 

Children of JAMES TALBOTT and SARAH HAYS are:

13. ix. WILLIAM BENJAMIN/BENJAMIN W.9 TALBOTT, b. 18 Feb 1855, Washington Co., MO; d. 16 Oct 1897.

14. x. WASHINGTON VALENTINE TALBOTT, b. 14 Feb 1857, Potosi, Washington Co., MO; d. 09 Feb 1939, Belt, Cascade Co., MO.

xi. SARAH IDA TALBOTT, b. 26 Feb 1859, Washington Co., MO; d. 25 Sep 1863, prob. Washington Co., MO.

15. xii. JAMES THOMPSON TALBOTT, b. 20 Nov 1861, Washington Co., MO; d. 14 Dec 1899, Como, CO.

16. xiii. JOHN LEE TALBOTT, b. 25 Sep 1864, Washington Co., MO; d. 05 Dec 1915, MO.

17. xiv. EMMA JULIA TALBOTT, b. 17 Feb 1867, Fourcheranault, Washington Co., MO; d. 01 Aug 1940, Pueblo, Colorado.

 

Child of JAMES TALBOTT and ELIZABETH TUMMINS is:

xv. JOSEPH CARTER9 TALBOTT, b. 31 Jul 1869, prob. Washington Co., MO; d. 18 Aug 1869, prob. Washington Co., MO.

 

 

3. LAURA A.8 TALBOTT (BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born Bet. 1837 - 1838 in Missouri, and died Aft. 1880. She married LEVI A. GIBSON 25 Mar 1860 in St. Francois Co., MO. He was born Abt. 1839 in Missouri.

Notes for LAURA A. TALBOTT:

The eighty-eighth birthday anniversary of J. C. .Talbott, No. 503 North Tennessee Avenue, was celebrated with a dinner and pleasant evening Frida, February 25. The honor guest is one of the oldest residents in Carterville and has a large circle of friends. Among those present were H. C. Talbott, his daughter Mrs. Ella Prew of Tacoma, Wash.; his grandson, James Talbott; his granddaughter, Mrs. Carl Pinkard and children; his niece, Mrs. Fred Gibson and son, Jack of Picher, Okla. [handwritten is: R.R. Ross - served as usher]

No newspaper or date shown but for his 88th birthday - this would have been 1921. Ella Prew was my grandmother and she had married a man named Prew after my grandfather died.

[Note by Ruby Simonson McNeill: If Mrs. Fred Gibson is James C. Talbott's niece, she must either be Laura Gibson b. ca. 1838 (d/o Benjamin Talbott and Laura Farris Talbott]. However, the records I have for her are that she married a Levi Gibson not a Fred. However, they did have a son named John (nickname often shown as Jack for a boy named John). John was b. ca. 1864. They did have a son named Freddy. Perhaps it meant James C. Carter's great nephew, Fred and his wife. Something to consider anyway.]

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1860 St. Francois Co., MO Census - p.87

569/572

Gibson, Levi 23 M b. MO

Laura 23 F. IL

Gideon 4 M MO

(Enumerated next to her sister,#568/572 and her mother #566/569)

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1870 Iron Co., MO - Ironton, MO

67/7

Gibson, Levi 35 M W MO farming $300/$100 cannot write

Laura 32 F W MO keeping house

Alice 10 F W MO

Gideon 12 M W MO

Malinda 8 F W MO

John 6 M W MO

Martha 4 F W MO

Levi Jr. 2 M W MO

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1880 Dent Co., MO Census - Watkins

77/78

Gibson, Levi 43 M laborer b. MO fb. NC mb. GA

Laura 42 F wife MO KY IL

Alice 19 MO MO MO

Lucy 17 " " "

John 16 " " "

Martha 14 " " "

Robert 12 " " "

William 10 " " "

Eugene 8 " " "

Freddy 1 " " "

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Children of LAURA TALBOTT and LEVI GIBSON are:

i. GIDEON9 GIBSON, b. Abt. 1856, MO.

ii. ALICE GIBSON, b. Abt. 1861.

iii. LUCY/MALINDA? GIBSON, b. Abt. 1863.

iv. JOHN GIBSON, b. Abt. 1864.

v. MARTHA GIBSON, b. Abt. 1866.

vi. LEVI GIBSON, b. Abt. 1868, MO.

vii. ROBERT GIBSON, b. Abt. 1868.

viii. WILLIAM GIBSON, b. Abt. 1870, MO.

18. ix. EUGENE GIBSON, b. Abt. 1875, MO.

19. x. FREDDY GIBSON, b. Abt. 1879, MO.

 

 

4. JULIET N.8 TALBOTT (BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 13 Jun 1840 in MO, and died 05 Mar 1907. She married JOHN B. ROSS 03 Feb 1859 in Washington Co., MO. He was born 19 Mar 1838 in Washington Co., MO, and died 01 Dec 1909.

Notes for JULIET N. TALBOTT:

1880 Washington Co., MO Census

Kingston Twp - p.7

55/55

Ross, John B. 42 M merchant MO KY MO

Julia N. 38 F wife MO KY IL

John M. 18 M son MO MO MO

Edward 14 M son MO MO MO

Laura 12 F dau MO MO MO

Lawrence 8 M son MO MO MO

Kenneth 4 M son MO MO MO

1900 Washington Co. MO census

Union twp

93/92

Ross, John B. b. 3/1838 m. 40y. MO KY MO

Julia Ann 7/1840 (9 ch./5 living) MO KY IL

Rolla 7/1883 MO MO MO

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Talbot, Julia N.

Page 335 - Washington County, MO

John B. Ross & Julia N. Talbot both of Washington Co., Mo.; married on 3 February 1859 by Wm. Jinkinson, JP at Washington Co., Mo.

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History of Franklin, Jefferson, Washington, Crawford & Gasconade Counties, Missouri

p.500

In 1858 Benjamin Talbot stabbed and killed a Mr. Rosebury at a circus at Old Mines. On the 12th of November of that year he was indicted for the murder, but made his escape from jail and went into the rebel army, where he waskilled near the close of the war.

p.1010

John B. Ross, a dealer in general merchandise and mineral at Old Mines, is a son of Silas M. Ross, a native of Hopkins County, Ky., who located in what is now Washington County, Mo., in 1833; he married Lucinda J. Silvers, who came to what is now Washington County previous to this century, and their three children are John B., Eliza, who married Joseph Bouchard, and Samuel C., who married Susan Casey. Silas M. Ross was a carpenter by trade. John B. Ross was born in Washington County March 19, 1838, and was reared on a farm. He enlisted in the Ninth Missouri Infantry, Confederate army, and took part in the pattles of Prairie Grove, Helena, and others of less importance, serving three years. After his return home he engaged in farming until 1879 when he commenced selling goods. February 8, 1859, he married Julia Talbot, a antive of Washington County, whose father is Benjamin Talbot. Mr. and Mrs. Ross are the parents of six children, viz.: John M., Frank E., Laura, Lawrence, Kennett and Rollie. As a result of economy and good management, Mr. Ross well merits the success that is his in his chosen occupation, and is doing a safe business.

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More About JULIET N. TALBOTT:

Burial: Baptist Cemetery, Old Mines, MO

Notes for JOHN B. ROSS:

HISTORY OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, MISSOURI

pg. 1010

BIOGRAPHICAL APPENDIX.

John B. Ross, a dealer in general merchandise and mineral at Old Mines,

is a son of Silas M. Ross, a native of Hopkins County, Ky., who located in

Washington County, Mo., in 1833; he married Lucinda J. Silvers, who came to

-what is now Washington County previous to this century, and their three chil-

dren are John B., Eliza, who married Joseph Bouchard, and Samuel C., who mar-

ried Susan Casey. Silas M. Ross was a carpenter by trade. John B, Ross was

born in Washinglon County March 19, 1838, and was reared on a farm. He

enlisted in the Ninth Missouri Infantry, Confederate army, and took Part in

the battles of Prairie Grove, Helena and others of less importance, serving tbree

years. After his return home he engaged in farming until 1879, when he com-

menced selling goods. February 3, 1859, he married Julia Talbot, a native of

Washington County, whose father is Benjamin Talbot. Mr. and Mrs. Ross are

the parents of six children, viz.: John M., Frank E., Laura, Lawrence, Kennett

and Rollie. As a result of economy and good management, Mr. Ross well

merits the success that is his in his chosen occupation, and is doing a safe bus-

iness.

 

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Webb City Daily Register - Webb City, MO

May 9, 1904 - J. B. Ross left yesterday on a business trip to K.C. and will visit his family in Springfield, MO before his return.

Web City Daily Register - March 4, 1904 - J. B. Ross of Oranago transacted business in this city yesterday.

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Married by the undersigned Justice of the peace on the third day of February 1859 John B. Ross and Julia N. Talbott both of Washington County, Missouri.

Wm. Jinkinson J.P.

Filed Feby 14 1859 - W. A. Matthews Rec.

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More About JOHN B. ROSS:

Burial: Baptist Cemetery, Old Mines, MO

 

Children of JULIET TALBOTT and JOHN ROSS are:

i. WILLIAM L.9 ROSS, b. 15 Oct 1859, MO; d. 24 Feb 1862, Washington Co., MO.

20. ii. JOHN MARION ROSS, b. Abt. 1862, Old Mines, Washington Co., MO.

21. iii. FRANK EDWARD ROSS, b. 21 May 1866, Washington Co., MO; d. 05 Jun 1934, Old Mines, Washington Co., MO.

iv. LAURA ROSS, b. Abt. 1868, MO; m. WASHINGTON POLETTE.

Notes for LAURA ROSS:

Ross, Laura

Page 25 - Washington County Co., MO Marriages

Washington Polette of Union Twp., Washington Co., Mo. over 21; Laura Ross of Union Twp., Washington Co., Mo. over 18; 3 February 1890 license; married on 4 February 1890 by J. A. Eddlemon, ordained Preacher of the Gospel at Bride's Father's, Old Mines

 

v. LAWRENCE J. ROSS, b. 04 Jan 1872, MO; d. 06 Sep 1889.

vi. KENNETH ROSS, b. 20 Jan 1876, Washington Co., MO; d. 17 Nov 1913, Union Twp, Washington Co., MO; m. BRIDGET OSIA, 07 Feb 1896, Washington Co., MO.

Notes for KENNETH ROSS:

November 20, 1913

FATALITY AFTER DANCE

Kennett Ross died Monday morning at Old Mines from injuries received in a fight at a dance given at the Justin place by James Pashia, near Old Mines Wednesday night. Ross was struck on the skull over the left temple by a rock. The skull was crushed in until brain matter escaped. Isaac Coleman, of Cadet, is under arrest, charged with murder in the first degree. He gave bond for appearance at a preliminary hearing. A preliminary hearing will be held tuesday, Decmber 2nd. Ross leaves a wife and four children.

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Missouri State Death Certificate

Registration District No. 887 - File No. 38404

Primary Registration District #6182 - Registered No. 59

Place of Death, Union Twp, Washington Co,, MO

Kennett Ross

male - white married

Birth: Jan 20, 1876

d. 17 Nov 1913 - Homicide - Left Temple crused in by rock

father: John B. Ross b. Washington Co., MO

mother: Julia Talbert b. Washington Co., MO

Informant: Walter Boyer - Old Mines, MO

Buried Old Mines, MO

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Ross, Kennett

Page 387 Washington County, Missouri Marriage

Kennett Ross of Kingston, Washington Co., Mo. over 21; Bridget Osia of Kingston, Washington Co., Mo. over 18; 4 February 1896 license; married on 7 February 1896 by Joseph L. Boyer, JP at Fertile

 

More About KENNETH ROSS:

Burial: Old Mines, MO

vii. JANE ROSS, b. Abt. 1878; m. UNKNOWN POLITTE.

22. viii. ROLLIE ROSS, b. Jul 1883, MO.

 

 

5. MARY ELIZABETH8 TALBOTT (BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 27 Aug 1842 in MO, and died 03 May 1888. She married DAVID V. GIBSON 16 Aug 1859 in St. Francois Co., MO. He was born Abt. 1840 in MO4,5,6,7.

Notes for DAVID V. GIBSON:

1860 St. Francois Co., MO - P. O. Farmington

p.87

568/571

Gibson, David V. 20 M MO

Mary E. 18 F. MO

(enumerated next to her mother #566/569)

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1870 St. Francois Co., MO - Randolph twp

P. O. Farmington

72/72

Gibson, David 27 M MO wood chopper

Elizabeth 27 F MO k.h.

Mary 8 F MO

William 6 M MO

Madison 4 M MO

Albert 3/12M MO b. March

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1880 Iron Co., MO Census

Union Twp

p.569A

37/38

Gipson, David 38 M R.R. MO NC NC

Mary E. 37 F wife MO KY IL

William 17 M son MO MO MO

Mattison 14 F son MO MO MO

Albert H. 10 M son MO Mo MO

Talbott, Albertine 20 F sis-in-law MO KY IL consumption

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More About DAVID V. GIBSON:

Residence: 1860, Liberty, St Francois, Missouri8

 

Children of MARY TALBOTT and DAVID GIBSON are:

i. MARY9 GIBSON, b. Abt. 1862.

ii. WILLIAM GIBSON, b. Abt. 1864.

iii. MADISON "MATT" GIBSON, b. Abt. 1866, Mo.

iv. ALBERT GIBSON, b. Abt. 1870, MO.

 

 

6. HIRAM P. (PARIS?)8 TALBOTT (BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 02 Feb 1845 in MO9, and died 28 Sep 1912 in prob. Iron Co., MO. He married PRUDENCE CAROLINE LEEPER. She was born Jul 1855 in MO, and died 23 Mar 1935 in Eugene, Lane Co., OR.

Notes for HIRAM P. (PARIS?) TALBOTT:

THE EVENT OF HIRAM P. TALBOTT KILLING JASPER VANDEVER TO AVENGE STABBING OF JAMES C. TALBOTT AS RELATED IN THE NEWSPAPER ACCOUNT.

Microfilm borrowed from the Missouri State Historical Society

Washington County, Missouri

Washington County Journal - Potosi, Thursday, July 21, 1870

A DOUBLE TRAGEDY -- One man seriously cut, and another killed!

A horrible tragedy transpired at Coleman's Store, Liberty township, in this county, on Saturday last, resulting in the infliction of seven serious knife wounds upon one party, and the instantaneous killing, by a pistol shot, of another.

During Saturday afternoon a considerable crowd had assembled in the vicinity of Mr. Firmin Coleman's store, to participate in a shooting match. At about three o'clock, according to our information, many of the party having become intoxicated and boisterous, Jasper Vandever - a young man who had not heretofore borne a good character, -- made an assault (which we are assured was entirely unprovoked) upon the person of James Talbott, who had been engaged in the match.

That part of the affair not having been up to the present time made the subject of legal Investigation, we are unable to give the details. In the course of the difficulty, however, Vandever inflicted upon Talbott seven severe stabs with a large,ugly looking pocket knife.

The Injured man was placed on the porch of Mr. Coleman's store In a bleeding, fainting condition, and medical aid summoned. A little later In the afternoon Hiram Talbott, a younger brother of the victim of the first affray, returned to the neighborhood from a visit to the residence of his sister, on Black river. At the store of Mr. A. L. Edwards, about two miles from the scene of bloodshed he was first Informed of the affair, by a bystander. A young acquaintance, Marion Walser, according to the evidence adduced, then proposed to Hiram Talbott to go to the place where his brother was supposed to be lying in a dying condition, and kill Vandever.

The two rode off together to Coleman's store, one of them borrowing a pistol on the way and Walser carrying It, arrived upon the spot and in the immediate presence of the wounded man, another scene of blood was quickly enacted. Just after dismounting, Walser drew forth the pistol and handed it to young Talbott. Vandever was advancing upon the porch at the moment -It is stated by some with a show to attack another man who had In some way offended him. As young Talbott saw him advancing, he accosted him with a peremptory challenge, to which, however, Vandever did not seem to heed, at all. With his first attempt Talbott did not discharge his pistol - It snapping; Instantly re-cocking It he fired, and with but too deadly aim. With the report Vandever fell forward upon his face, and with a gasp or two expired.

Talbott, seeing the fearful result of his passion, threw down his pistol, mounted his horse, and hurriedly rode away. Walser followed soon after, and before the authorities could be apprised of the fact the two made good their escape under cover of night. A subsequent examination of the body of Vandever discovered that the pistol ball had entered the right side, and passing through is heart, come out upon the left. The weapon used was a clumsy, single-barreled pistol, made from the breech of a common rifle barrel, very plainly mounted and about 44 calibre. In Vandevere's pocket was found the knife with which he cut Talbott, and projecting from his boot leg an Iron poker, both of which, together with the pistol, are now in the possession of Sheriff Breckenridge. Beside the stabs received by James Talbott, in his encounter with Vandever, the latter bruised him severely In the breast by repeated blows with a rock. He has, however, so far recovered from his injuries as to have been removed to his home, and is now reported In a fair way for recovery.

Of the slain and his slayer, it is but just for us to repeat in this connection what we have heard Iterated and reiterated by their neighbors; that while Vandever was a vicious, dangerous man, especially under the Influence of Intoxicating liquors, as was very frequently the case, Talbott has been known as a peaceable and strictly temperate young man, easily Influenced, and of a very impulsive temperament.

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Mountain View Cemetery - Iron Co., MO (Located SE of DesArc, MO on Highway 49

Hiram P. Talbott 2 Feb 1845-28 Sept 1912

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The Weekly Independence - Potosi, MO - Thursday, June 12, 1873

p.4

The Jury in the case of Hiram Talbott returned a verdict of guilty of manslaughter in the second degree and assessed his punishment in the penitentiary for a term of three years the lowest punishment for the crime. We are credibly informed that the ry will sign a petition to the Governor praying the pardon of Mr. Talbott.

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Name Hiram Talbot

Age 28

Nativity - Missouri

Height - 5' 6"

Length of Foot 9-2"

Color of Hair - Light Auburn

Color of Eyes - Gray

Complexion - fair,

Trade - laborer

Remarks - Pardoned by Gov. Silas Woodson

December 30, 1873

Offense - murder

County - Washington

Sentence - 3 years

Term of Court - June

When received - June 17, 1873

Expiration of Sentence - June 13, 1876

Marks and Scars - On back

Right eye effected speck in it.

Middle finger, right hand, split at end.

Scar on left kneecap. Scar on inside right shin.

Marital Status - Single - Mother lives in Washington County, Mo.

Can read and write.

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HISTORY OF WASHINGTON COUNTY.

p. 504

On the 20th of July, 1870, Hiram Talbott Shot and killed Jasper Vandiver at a shooting match at Coleman's store, on the Arnault Branch, in Washington County. He was afterward indicted for the murder of Vandiver, tried and found guilty of manslaughter in the second degree, and sentenced to serve three years in the penitentiary, but was pardoned before the term expired.

 

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1900 Crawford Co., Missouri Federal Census

Mill Spring Twp.

house 201/family 201

Tolbert, Hiram P. head W M 55 m. 17yrs. b. MO fb MO mb MO

(6/4) Prudence wife W F 44 m. 17 yrs. MO MO MO

Clarence son W M 24 s. MO MO MO

Pierce son W M 16 s. TX MO MO

Farris, Charles step-son W M 13 s. MO MO MO

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1900 Wayne Co., Missouri Federal Census

Mill Spring Twp.

house 202/family 207

Tolbert, Hiram P. head W M b. 1 1845 55 m. 17yrs. b. MO fb MO mb MO

(6/4) Prudence wife W F b. 7 1855 44 m. 17 yrs. MO MO MO

Clarence son W M b. 6 1875 24 s. MO MO MO

Pierce son W M b. 1 1884 16 s. TX MO MO

Farris, Charles step-son W M b. 12 1886 13 s. MO MO MO

[Note that the above appear to be the same record but shown differently. They also show different counties. I think these should be rechecked for accuracy.]

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1870 Census - Lamar Co., TX

p.13, Beat 5, Post Office: Paris

89,89

Farris, Seth C. 27 M MO farmer

Texas 23 F TX

Talbot, Hiram 21 M MO

Hiram Talbot(t) was the s/o of Laura Farris Talbott and Benjamin Talbott

Seth C. Farris was the s/o Lucian Farris (accepted as brother to Laura Farris)

soooooo - Hiram (after he shot Jasper Vandevere in MO - went to TX and stayed with his cousin, Seth C.)

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Book: Descendants of Benjamin Carter of Missouri

 

Cynthia Chilton (Mrs. Charles H. Farris)

p.70-71

..... my parents, Cynthia and Charles Farris, both grew up in the area of Mill Spring, Wayne County, Missouri. Their families were all early settlers and knew each other. I don't know specifically how they met and became interested in each other. I realize now that they were very private people and these were things they did not share with us, especially since we did not ask.

My father, Charles H. Farris, was born in Wayne County, Missouri on June 16th, 1875, in the vicinity of Mill Spring and Leeper, Missouri. Dad always said he had no middle name - just an initial. But Grandma Prude told us she named him Herman for a cute little boy in a neighboring German family. His grandfather was William T. Leeper, who was known as Captain Leeper after his service in the Confederate Army. He opened and operated the bank at Leeper. It was later managed by his son Sid and by Sid's sons Clyde and Woodrow. my father's mother was Prudence Caroline Leeper, who was born in 1855 and died March 23rd, 1935 in Eugene, Lane County, Oregon.

She married Lucien Rush Farris and they had three sons - my father, Charles H. Farris, W. T. "Buzz" Farris, Jr. and Lucian Rush Farris. Grandpa Farris died June 24, 1880. Uncle Rush was born some months after his father died, but Grandma never talked about hardships or complained about her lot. The closest she came to it was to tell us that when she lived in Texas (I have no idea when that was) they would really want to eat some greens after a long winter and they would make sorrel pie. She later married Hiram P. Talbott and they had two sons, Clarence and Robert Lee Talbott. Grandma Prude had lost two of her sons before her second husband, Hiram Talbott, died in 1912. The three survivors, Dad, Uncle Rush Farris and Uncle Clarence Talbott were all out here in Eugene. Then after 1918, she rented the farm in Missouri and came to Oregon. She never went back except to visit her family.

So Grandma Prude made the rounds, spending two months with each family. it was wonderful for her grandchildren. She told great stories about relatives and neighbors in Missouri.

She told us that during the Civil War, when she and her brothers and sisters were teenagers and younger, and their father was in the Confederate Army, Union troops that were foraging for horses and food, descended on the Leeper farm. The boys hid in the woods and their stepmother, who was ill in bed, had the girls bring the meat from the smokehouse and hide it in her bed. The soldiers took the horses and cows and what food they could find. Grandma's sister, Sally, was not ready to give up her horse. She pleaded with the Major in charge to let her keep him. She was so insistent that he reluctantly agreed. Grandma Prude was a liberated woman, or should I say a pioneer woman. She was very tolerant, not judgmental, independent and fun to be with. Dad was much like her. They each had a good sense of humor. one of his sons-in-law aptly described Dad as having "that quiet air of authority". Dad finished the 7th grade and then went to work. His father (Lucien Rush Farris Sr.) was killed - kicked in the head by a horse - when Dad was 5 years old and I guess he grew up fast.

It was sawmills and logging that brought Dad to Oregon. When he was 16, he had his own team and was logging in Missouri. He came to Rainier, Columbia County, Oregon which is on the Columbia River between Portland and Astoria, probably in 1902. Mother was attending the College in Cape Girardeau, taught school for a year, and then came to Rainier in 1904. Dad was superintendent of the Wilson-Case sawmill in Rainier. They were married at the residence of Judge Doan in St. Helens, County seat of Columbia County, on March 6, 1904. (This information from newspaper clipping in the Bible of Prudence Farris-Talbott) Ruth and Bob were born in Rainier.

Lucien Rush Farris, Jr., who was called Rush, came to Oregon while my parents were living in Rainier. He and Dad opened a store, Farris Brothers. Uncle Rush managed the store and Dad stayed on at the mill.

Dad and Mother moved to Kalama, Cowlitz County, Washington which was almost directly across the Columbia River from Rainier. This was after December 1908 when Bob was born in Rainier and before April 1910 when I was born in Kalama. Dad was superintendent of the Case mill there.....

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Weekly Independent - Potosi, MO - May 6, 1897

Old Mines Items:

Mr. Hiram Talbott, who has been here under the treatment of Drs. Missey and Gibson, for cancer of the liver has recovered sufficiently to return t his home in Wayne County.

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More About HIRAM P. (PARIS?) TALBOTT:

Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Iron Co., MO

 

Children of HIRAM TALBOTT and PRUDENCE LEEPER are:

i. CLARENCE9 TALBOTT10,11,12, b. Jun 1875, MO; d. Aft. 1930; m. MAYME HAMBY, Abt. 1895; b. Abt. 1880, MO.

Notes for CLARENCE TALBOTT:

1920 Portland City - Precinct 143 - Multnomah Co., OR

Talbott, Clarence H? head MW 36 m. b. MO fb. MO mb. TN

Mayme wife FW 29 m. b. MO fb. MO mb. MO

Hamby, Alice m-i-l FW 58 wd. b. MO fb. MO mb. MO

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1930 Lane Co., OR - Eugene

149/149

Talbott, Clarence T. head MW46 m. at 24. b. MO fb. MO mb. TN

Mayme wife FW40 m. at 18 b. MO fb. MO mb. MO

Prudence mother FW 75 wd. m. at 21 b. TN fb. TN mb. TN

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More About CLARENCE TALBOTT:

Census: 1920, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR

Occupation: 1920, Brakeman - PRR Co.

ii. PIERCE TALBOTT13, b. Abt. 1884, TX.

iii. ROBERT LEE TALBOTT, b. Jan 1884, TX; d. Bef. 191214.

 

 

7. CYNTHIA N.8 TALBOTT (BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 30 Apr 1848 in Washington Co., MO, and died 28 Mar 1896 in Vilander, Crawford Co., MO. She married "FRANK" COLUMBUS FRANCIS MISSEY15 19 Aug 1866 in near DeSoto, Washington Co., MO, son of "JOHN" MISSEY and "MARY" PIQUETTE. He was born 07 Jul 1844 in Richwoods, Washington Co., MO, and died 26 Apr 1916 in Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO.

Notes for CYNTHIA N. TALBOTT:

MISSEY, Edmund Forest M 30-8-84 Cross Branch

Columbus F. Missey/Cynthia N. Talbert

More About CYNTHIA N. TALBOTT:

Burial: Harrison Cemetery

Notes for "FRANK" COLUMBUS FRANCIS MISSEY:

1900 Crawford Co., MO Census - Liberty Twp

2/2

Missey, Columbus 7/1845 54 m.30y. MO MO Mo

Judson 2/1876 24 s. MO MO MO son

Ambrose 8/1881 18 s. MO MO Mo son

Edward 8/1884 15 s. MO MO MO son

Mary 1/1825 75 wid. MO Fr/Cana MO mother

Jones, May 7/1882 17 s. MO IL IL servant

Missey, Frank 2/1886 14 s. MO MO MO son

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More About "FRANK" COLUMBUS FRANCIS MISSEY:

Burial: Harrison Cemetery, Vilander, Crawford Co., MO

 

Children of CYNTHIA TALBOTT and "FRANK" MISSEY are:

23. i. ALBERT PARIS9 MISSEY, b. 11 Nov 1867, Belleview, Iron Co., MO; d. 16 Dec 1944, Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO.

24. ii. JOHN BENJAMIN MISSEY, b. 04 Oct 1869.

25. iii. LEE CLINTON MISSEY, b. 02 Mar 1872, Sullivan, Franklin Co., MO; d. 11 Jan 1956, St. Louis, MO.

26. iv. LAURA MARY MAGDALENE MISSEY, b. 20 Jul 1874, Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO; d. 17 Apr 1938, Villander, Crawford Co., MO.

27. v. ROBERT "JUDSON" A. MISSEY, b. 04 Feb 1876, Crawford Co., MO; d. 05 Nov 1940.

28. vi. FRANK CARTER MISSEY, b. 20 Mar 1879, Washington Co., MO; d. 23 Nov 1918, Catowisse, Jefferson Co., MO.

29. vii. AMBROSE JAMES MISSEY, b. 09 Aug 1881, Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO; d. 22 Sep 1958, St. Clair, Franklin Co., MO.

30. viii. EDMUND FOREST MISSEY, b. 30 Aug 1884, MO; d. 25 Sep 1971, Potosi, MO.

ix. GERTRUDE A. MISSEY, b. 06 Mar 1888; d. 12 Nov 1888.

 

 

8. SARAH L.8 TALBOTT (BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 06 Dec 1849, and died 26 Nov 1885. She married ALLEN DELCOUR/DELCORE 16 Jun 1868 in Jefferson Co., MO, son of LOUIS DELCOUR and MARY LOR. He was born 1848 in Richwoods, Washington Co., MO, and died Aft. 1887 in Howell Co., MO.

Notes for ALLEN DELCOUR/DELCORE:

Source: Jefferson Co., MO marriages 1821-1869 by Eliz. P. Ellsberry

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Ancestral File while in SLC 14 Oct 1998 - info on Family Page

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Ancestry.com

Name: Allen Delcour

Spouse: Sarah L Talbot

Parents: Louis Huitt Delcour , Mary Pauline Lor

Birth Place: Washington Co, Richwoods, MO

Birth Date: 1848

Marriage Place: Jefferson Co

Marriage Date: 29 August 1868

Death Place: Howell Co

Death Date: 1887

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1880 Crawford Co., MO - Liberty

123-126

Delcore, Allen 30 mo mo mo

Sarah 31 mo ky il

William 12 mo mo mo

Charles 9 mo mo mo

Hiram 6 mo mo mo

Walter Scott 5/12 mo mo mo

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Children of SARAH TALBOTT and ALLEN DELCOUR/DELCORE are:

i. WILLIAM9 DELCOUR, b. 1869.

31. ii. CHARLES DELCOUR, b. Feb 1871, MO.

iii. HIRAM DELCOUR, b. Jan 1874.

iv. WALTER SCOTT DELCOUR, b. Feb 1876.

v. BANFORD DELCOUR, b. 20 Apr 1884, Nova Scotia, Dent Co., MO; d. 14 Jul 1961, LA.

Notes for BANFORD DELCOUR:

Name: Banford Delcour

Parents: Allen Delcour , Sarah L Talbot

Birth Place: Dent Co, Nova Scotia, MO

Birth Date: 20 April 1884

Death Place: Elmer, LA

Death Date: 14 July 1961

Missouri Birth Records - State Archives Records on-line

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9. EMMA S.8 TALBOTT (BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1854 in MO, and died Aft. 1922. She married JOHN H/A. WRIGHT in Washington Co., Mo.. He was born Abt. 1854 in MO.

Notes for EMMA S. TALBOTT:

Lived in Los Angeles in 1922 per J. C. Talbott's obituary

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1880 Washington Co., MO Census

Liberty Twp

p.8

65/67

Wright, John A. wm 26 farmer b. MO fb. MO mb. MO

Emma wf 26 wife MO KY IL

Hattie wf 6 dau MO MO MO

Alfred wm 2 son MO MO MO

Albertine wf 4/12 dau MO MO MO

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Talbott

Emma S.

299

Washington County

 

John H. Wright of Croford (Crawford?) Co., Mo. & Emma S. Talbott of Washington Co., Mo.; married on 1 August 1876 by James C. Talbott, JP at the residence of Mr. Talbott, Washington Co., Mo.

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1910 Cook Co., IL 1-wd Chicago - Dist 164 - Tract A17 - Chicago City

1914

32/36

Wright, Emma Mrs. head 56 WD MO KY IL

Carbollo, Elosaipo son-i-l 23 Spain Spain Spain

Alien - imm. 1906 m.3yr. 1st marr.

Bertie dau. 30 MO MO MO

2nd marr. m.3yr

Carrick, Lucile grdau 8 IL IL MO

 

 

 

 

 

Children of EMMA TALBOTT and JOHN WRIGHT are:

i. HATTIE9 WRIGHT, b. Abt. 1874, MO.

ii. ALFRED WRIGHT, b. Abt. 1878, MO.

32. iii. ALBERTINE WRIGHT, b. Dec 1880, MO.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

 

10. HIRAM THOMAS9 TALBOTT (JAMES CARTER8, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 03 Jan 1871 in Jefferson Co., MO, and died 06 Jan 1939 in Carterville, Jasper Co., MO. He married (1) "OLA" ELLA VIOLA/VIOLA E. BARTLEY 20 Nov 1894 in Carterville, MO. She was born 1876, and died Nov 1900 in Oronogo, MO. He married (2) IDA MAY MILLER Abt. 1901. She was born 1873 in Nebraska, and died 1933 in prob. Washington Co., MO.

Notes for HIRAM THOMAS TALBOTT:

Webb City Register: Webb City, Mo - Monday, Oct. 5, 1914

Carterville News: Mr. and Mrs. H. Talbott and daughter Miss Wella and son James and Miss Ilo Stalter motored to Oakland yesterday.

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3 Aug 1884

St. Joachim Baptism Records

Aaron Thos., s/o Jas E/Sarah Kane

Sponser: L. b. Politte and Mary Diekson

b. 3 Jan 1871

[My Note: This must be an error in transcription from Hiram to Aaron. May also be a baptismal name but known through his life as Hiram Thomas Talbott.]

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1930 Washington Co., MO - Carterville City

135 E. Main

157/159

Talbott, Hiram T. 56 WM m. at age 31 b. MO fb. KY mb. KY

Ida M. 57 32 b. Neb. fb. NC mb. NC

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More About HIRAM THOMAS TALBOTT:

Burial: Carterville, MO

SS#491-01-4016-A: Not sure what the "A" stands for

Notes for "OLA" ELLA VIOLA/VIOLA E. BARTLEY:

On her Marriage License she is listed as Viola E. Bartley.

More About "OLA" ELLA VIOLA/VIOLA E. BARTLEY:

Burial: Carterville, MO

 

Children of HIRAM TALBOTT and "OLA" BARTLEY are:

i. WELLA J.10 TALBOTT, b. 23 Sep 1895, Carterville, Jasper Co., MO; d. 16 Jun 1992, Carterville, MO; m. CARL FLOYD PINKARD; b. 30 Oct 1892, Duenweg, MO; d. 05 Jan 1967, Carterville, MO.

Notes for WELLA J. TALBOTT:

Wella Talbott Pinkard of Carterville died Tuesday in Carterville at the home of a daughter after a brief illness. She was 96. Mrs. Pinkard was born in Carterville to H. T. and Viola (Bartley) Talbott. She was a member of Carterville United Methodist Church and a former member of Carterville, Eastern Star. Her husband, Carl F. Pinkard, died Jan. 6, 1967. Survivors include two daughters, Martha Caughnebaugh and June Madden, both of Carterville; three grandchildren and six grat-grandchildren. Graveside services were held Thursday at Carterville Cemtery. The Rev. Robert Clyde officiated. Arrangements were under the direction of Simpson Funeral Home of Webb City. Memorial contributions may be made to a favorite charity.

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Letter from Wella Talbott Pinkard dated 6 Apr 1978 (original sent to Karl L. Madden - Mar 2001)

Dear Ruby:

(1) No, Helen Ellen was not named for my mother (Ella Viola B)

(2) J. R. Simonson & My mother Ella Viola B. graduated in 1894. This was the first graduating class, of 12, in Carterville, Mo. The class of 1894 organized the H. S. Alumni Association here. W. H. Bishop was the teacher.

(3) J. C. Talbott was one who carried a whiskey bottle in one pocket & a bible in the other - he really knew the bible & loved to argue it & etc. Gambled in his younger days. Was sharp and cute - For work (no) no part of it.

(4) My Father Hiram Talbott owned and operated Mills at Carterville - was a good provider - owned another mill but didn't operate it (hired)

(5) There were other Talbott's around bit I didn't know them. Some spelled their name with one T and others used two TT's. (I do not remember who did and who didn't)

Sincerely, Wella Talbott Pinkard

P.S. Mailing Pictures

Afterthought -

About 1894 graduating class. I have picture of this class. No names on it. Most sure J. R. Simonson is in the picture (looks like him). My mother is in it. Seems to me I've heard my grandparents speak of Simonson's living across the street from them (Wilson St. in Carterville MO). Hiram Talbott and Ella Viola B. lived next door to my grandparents - Bartley. Since Ela or Helen Ellen) lived with Hiram and Ella V. for a time could been where she (Ella) met J.R.S. Your records will help straighten this class of 1894 & etc - (maybe)

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More About CARL FLOYD PINKARD:

Burial: Carterville, MO

ii. JAMES M. TALBOTT, b. 06 Jan 1899, Oronoga, Jasper Co., MO; d. Jan 1977, Carterville, MO; m. MAE E. FUNK.

More About JAMES M. TALBOTT:

Burial: 07 Feb, Mt. Hope Cem., Webb City, MO

Cause of death (Facts Pg): Jan 1977, Uremia; Arterial Nephro sclerosis; Hypertensive Cardiovascular disease - 20 years

 

 

11. "MOLLIE" MARY ELIZABETH9 TALBOTT (JAMES CARTER8, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1)16,17 was born 13 Mar 1876 in prob. Washington Co., MO, and died 31 Dec 1939 in Kansas City, MO. She married (1) PETER CLEMEN MALEY. He was born 07 Oct 1875 in NY, and died 22 Jul 1913 in Joplin, Jasper Co., MO. She married (2) CHARLES GILLESPIE. He was born in NY, and died Bef. Dec 1939.

Notes for "MOLLIE" MARY ELIZABETH TALBOTT:

3 Aug 1884

St. Joachim Baptism Records - Rec. p. 393

Mary Ann Anastasia Talbot, d/o Jas E. Talbot/Sarah Jane Kane

Sponser: Gabriel Boyer/Rosine Page

Born: 30 Mar 1876

[My note: I believe this is Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Talbott although the day of the month is shown as 30th instead of 13th, which again could be in error due to time between birth and baptism and this could be her Christening name.

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Letter written - postmarked Dec. 10, 10:30 pm, 1937. Kansas City, MO:

Envelope addressed to: Mrs. Ella Simminson, 609 Woodrow St., Taft, California

[typed as written]

Dear Sister - Will Write you a few lines I have missPlace you adress and thought I would finen it - bet nevery I hope you all are well I have been sick with a coal and feel so taried all the time. Helen is still working out the hospital she seep the boy and I keep the girl. Sis I will Write you a long letter but no news. I don't Nerey here from hi - I have quick writen. Well Sis I wont to get this in the male to. I will say Good buy. Love to every body and plenty to you self. From you sister Mollie, 722 Tracy

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The "In Memoriam" notice for Mrs. Mollie Gillespie

Born March 13 - 1876

Departed this Life: December 31 - 1939 11:a.m.

Aged 63y, 9m, 18d

Mrs. C. L. Forester Funeral Home - Kansas City, Missouri

Music: Beautiful Isle of Somewhere; Old Rugged Cross

Cemetery: Forest Hill Cemetery, Kansas City, Mo

Floral Offerings: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Longwell; Jack & Ellen Mae Longwell; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Longwell; Mr. and Mrs. Thom. E. Pendleton; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E.Sells; Roberta Baird & family; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pinkard and family; Mr. and Mrs. James Talbott and family; Leeds Hospital Employees; Mrs. Salzer & Bertha; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snyder; Dave; Peggy Harvey, Mr. Pollard; Sister Ella; neighbors & friends; Corsage - Don and Peggy.

Funeral Register: Mrs. Elnora Lynch, 209 N. Monroe; Eleanor Johnson, St. Elmo; Mrs. Maretta Day, 2328 Troost Ave.; Mrs. Bernice Williams, 2328 Troost Ave.; T. Leonard Ruyle, R.N., 2719 Jackson; Ruth Gray, 3424 Indiana; Julia McBride, 2020 Kensington; Lee Oma McReynolds, 2808 Gillham Rd.; Dovie Mcreynolds, 2808 Gillam Rd.; Lillian Wright, 315 W. 38st; Nellie Wright, 208 E. Fair, Indep., Mo; Mrs. Clifton, 1824 E. 7th St.; B. Chasteen, 1414 Baltimore; Kenneth Whiles, 817 E. 13th st.; Jimmie Fiddles, 428 W. 16th, K.C., Mo; Prate Kirk, 2203 Troost Ave.; Harold Quinn, 3010 Harrison; C.A. Stewart, 2002 Broadway; J. R. Hall, 6437 Main; Eart W. Harper, K.C., Kans; Oscar Swait, 9th Troost Ave.,; Marguerite Mace, 1310 Admiral Blvd.; Helen Cordell, R. Route 8, K.C., Mo.; Mrs. Edith Beck, 1349 Brown; Mrs. Hatfield, 1349 Brown; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Pendleton, 3128 Broadway; Mrs. C. A. Longwell & Ellen Mae, 3128 Broadway; Ruth VanSandt, 1310 Admiral; Francis Appleby, 625 Ewing; Alex Turner, 1800 Minnesota, K.C., Kans; M. L. Longwell - City; Jack Longwell & Miss Shore; Mr. Tim Ahern, 3304 Bellefontaine; Bert Shepherd, 2413 E. 10th, Grace Schwaiger, 2413 E. 10th; Chester Via, 2413 E. 10th; Myrtle Hesler Lambert, Neosho, MO, R.F.D.1; Mrs. Tom Walleyhem, 3819 Nicolson; Mrs. Hattie Aye, 1311 E. 8th st.; Mrs. Moore, 720 Tacy Ave.,; Toots & Mrs. Brockman, 813 Spruce; Jessie Shepherd; Lola Huntsinger; Clyde Robinson; Nellie Emery; Virginia MaGee; Geo Emery; Claude Pullins; Geneva Parker, 2008 E. 7th; Marna Wharton, 2010 E. 7th St.; Dave Cornegen, 1226 Broadway; Callie Mace, 1310 Admiral Blvd.; Mrs. Roberta Baird, 1824 E. 7th; Tommy Gallo, 507 Troost

Pall Bearers: Prate Kirk; Harold Quinn; Kenneth Whiles; Jimmie Fiddler; C. A. Stewart; C. Redman

Family Record:

Father: James C. Talbott (deceased)

Mother: Sarah E. Talbott (deceased)

Other Members of the family: ; Helen Longwell; Peggy Jane Longwell; Donald Ray Longwell; James Talbott; Martha Jane Talbott; June Madden; Ella Simonson; Emma Gibson

Memoranda: Taken to St. Joseph's Hospital in Kansas City - Dec. 3rd 1939

NOTE: In the envelope with this memorial was a card that reads: Dear Aunt Ella. I thought you would appreciate this little book and will write you a long letter as soon as I can. Sorry you couldn't be here, as you know I would have liked you to be here. Answer soon. Helen. Also signed: Helen Longwell & family.

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Mollie Gillespie was interred at Forest Hill Cemetery (Block 48, Lot 115, Grave 11) in Kansas City, Missouri on January 3, 1940. Her husband, Charles, is in Grave 12 beside her.

Obit: The Kansas City Times, Monday, January 1, 1940

GILLESPIE - Mrs. Mollie E. Gillespie, 63, died yesterday at her home, 722 Tracy Avenue. She leaves her daughter, Mrs. Longwell of the home, and a sister, Mrs. Ella Simonson, Taft, Calif. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday at the Forster chapel; burial in Forest Hill cemetery.

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Missouri State Death Certificate:

State File No. 1254 - Registration District #399 - primary Registration District #1002 - Registrar's No. 4963

Place of Death: Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO

Full Name: Mollie E. Gillespie

female - white - widow

husband: Chas. Gillespie

Birthdate: March 13th, 1876

age 63y,9m,18d

B. MO

father: James Talbott b. Illinois

Mother: Mary unknown -

Information: Mrs. Helen Longwell - 722 Tracy, Kansas City, MO

Burial: Forest Hill Cemetery

Residence: 722 Tracy Ave,. K.S., MO

d. Dec. 31, 1939

Cause of Death: Coronary Occlusion

 

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Post Card dated Joplin July 22 1913

Addressed to Mrs. Ella Simonson

Everson Washingtno

c/o Oakland House

Bellingham Wash

Dear Daughter Mollie and Pete came down he was very sick when he came 2 weeks ago yesterday he died this morning at Myrtals Ramsones will bury him in Carterville Thursday Mollie takes it very heard Will write particulars soon

Your Father

J C Talbott

 

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Mollie must have married Peter Clemen Maley first. He died in 1913 and Mollie is listed as his wife on his death certificate. She died using name Mollie E. Gillespie. Second husband was Charles Gillespie

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1910 Jackson Co., MO Census

Kansas City, MO - Ward 9 - District 121

615

Maley, Peter C. head MW 42 m/2 5 yrs b. NY fb Germany mb Ireland

Mary E. wife FW 34 m/2 5 yrs b. MO fb KY mb MO

Helen L. dau FW 3 b. KS fb. NY mb MO

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1930 Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO Federal Census

part 3 of Ward of Kansas City - Block 97

2000

162/300

Longwell, Marvin 29M (m. age 21) b. MO fb. MO mb. MO

Helen 23 F (m. age 15) " " "

Donald 6 M " " "

Peggy 2-3/12 " " "

Gillispie, Mary E. 54 wd. m-in-l " " "

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More About "MOLLIE" MARY ELIZABETH TALBOTT:

Burial: Forest Hill Cem., Kansas City, MO

Census: 1910, Jackson Co., MO - Kansas City, MO - Ward 9 - Dist 121

Resided: 22 Jul 1913, Joplin, MO - Maley's d.c.

Notes for PETER CLEMEN MALEY:

Death Certificate: Registration District #411 - File No. 23228 - Primary Registration #2002 - Registered No. 318

Jasper Co., MO - Joplin, MO - 112 E. 3rd

Full Name: Peter Clemen Maley

male - white - married

Date of Birth - Oct. 7, 1875

age. 38y4m,20d.

Occupation: Merchant - Liquor

B. NY

Parents - unknown

Informant: Mrs. Mollie Maley - wife

112 E. 3rd St., Joplin, MO

Date of Death - July 22, 1913

Cause of death: Pulmonary tuberculosis

bur. Carterville, MO

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More About PETER CLEMEN MALEY:

Burial: Carterville Cem., MO

Occupation: Merchant - Liquor

 

Child of "MOLLIE" TALBOTT and PETER MALEY is:

i. HELEN L.10 MALEY, b. Abt. 1907, MO; d. Aft. 1961, prob. CA; m. (1) DAVIS; m. (2) JAMES REEL; d. Aft. 1961, prob. CA; m. (3) MARVIN LONGWELL, Abt. 1922, letter dated 1939 stated name as Longwell and children Peggy Jane and Donald.

Notes for HELEN L. MALEY:

I have a picture of a baby and on the back is inscribed: Comp. of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Maley - Baby Helen.

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A letter written December 8, 1939 - Kansas City, Missouri

Addressed to:

Mrs. Ella Simonson,117 E. 8th St.,Pueblo, Colorado

From: Mollie Gillispie, 722 Tracy St., Kansas City, Mo

(On the envelope is also written: Records of Birth Marriages and Deaths of the Talbott family. It also looks like someone was figuring out ages, i.e. 1891 - 1855=42; 1915-1864-31; 1884-1849=33; 1870-1867-3; 1940-1867=73,5,14days

Dear Aunt Ella.

Just a few lines to let you know mother is ill. I took her to St. Joseph Hispital Sunday evening. She has had the flu but it is her heart now. I knew you would want to know. Her condition is fair but if there is any change I'll let you know by wire. Peggy Jane & Donald are well. Hope you and your family are too. I am trying to get supper over and go back to the hospital to-night, so will write you more next time.

Sincerely, your niece, Helen

Helen Longwell, 722 Tracy

P.S. Write me when you get this.

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A letter written Feb. 14, 1961 from Montague, California

Envelope addressed from: Mrs. James Lee Reel, % P. O. Box 907, Montague, Calif

Addressed to: Mrs. Ella Simonson, P. O. Box 1, Mokelumne Hill, California.

Dear Aunt Ella;

What's the matter? I wrote you, thought you would be home so sent it up there, I'll write two letters mabe one will rach you. There isn't any thing new here, Jim is still working on the Iron Gate Dam, at Hornbrook Calif. 20 miles from here. Haven't heard from Peggy Jean this week she has been pretty good to write for the last two or three monts. Its been real cold here and the winds howl 365 days a out of ayar. I quite work don't seem like I ever have any more, so let Jim take care of me. Made $1803.30 in 7 months & nothing to show for it. An electric skillet, steam iron and 2 box of hose, 2 bra's, 2 slips, a1 pr dress shoes, 1 pr work shoes & 2 uniforms. Would make $125.00 less. So decided if I didn't work mabe the beer joints wouldn't get so much of Jim's money & it doesn't. He sure has straightened out a lot. I sure hope you are well and when are you going home, or are you? Please write me, woon. Love to you, always Helen & Jimmie, P. O. Box 907 - Montague, Calif.

P. S. Aunt Ella, I can't find your last letter anywhere. Tell me Tab's address again & his business adress. I'll put them behind your picture & I sure won't loose them - I'll never forget home address.

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A letter written Oct. 9, 1942 to "Aunt Ella and Francis" was signed Helen & Peggy with address of

Helen L. Davis, S.F., California

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1930 Kansas City, MO -

Jackson County

Ward 3 - Block 97 - Sheet 15A

300

Lognwell, Marvin head MW29 m.ae21 b. MO fb. MO mb. MO

Helen wife FW23 m.ae15 b. MO fb. NY mb. MO

Donald R. son MW 6 b. MO fb. MO mb. MO

Peggy J. dau FW 1-3/12 b. MO fb. MO mb. MO

Gillispie, Mary E. m-i-l FW 54 wid b.MO fb. MO mb. MO

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More About HELEN L. MALEY:

Census: 1930

 

 

12. "ELLA" HEALEN ELLEN9 TALBOTT (JAMES CARTER8, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1)18,19 was born 15 Dec 1879 in Forche Renault (Old Mines), Washington Co., MO, and died 27 Sep 1965 in Mokelumne Hill, Calaveras Co., CA. She married (1) JESSE RUSSELL SIMONSON 07 Jul 1897 in Carthage, Jasper Co., MO, son of JESSE SIMONSON and MARY MOORE. He was born 06 Sep 1874 in Marshall Co., IL, and died 26 Apr 1909 in Everson, Whatcom Co., WA. She married (2) UNKNOWN RODMAN Bet. 1913 - May 1914. She married (3) FREDRICK E. "FRED" PREW Abt. Sep 1917. He was born Abt. 1881 in MA, and died 14 Aug 1951 in Medical Lake, Spokane Co., WA. She married (4) L. S. DEARDEN Bet. 1930 - Sep 1938 in prob. CA. He died Bet. 1936 - 1937 in prob. Porterville, CA.

Notes for "ELLA" HEALEN ELLEN TALBOTT:

3 Aug 1884

St. Joachim Baptism Records - Rec. p. 391

Helene Theresa, d/o Jas E. Talbot/Sarah Jane Kane

Sponser: LB Politte & Mary Diekson

Born: 15 Dec 1883

[My note: I believe this is my grandmother. However, because Sarah Jane Kane died in 1884, it is possible that there was another child born on the same day 4 years later. Not sure if I will ever find proof of this.]

 

 

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Letter dated Oct. 21, 1959 from Matt Gibson, 403 W. 7, Pueblo, Colorado

to: Ella Simonson, Box 1, Mokelumne Hill, California

Dear Ella

Your letter recd so glad to hear that your Dr said you was getting along OK & about your Boys. you have it on me as I have got no one - So about that Eats so dont talk about it to me ha ha. I am feeling very well today but my going days are over. Our weather here today is just like sumer I set out on porch & let the rest of the world go by. No I am not going to get any more letter fro St. Louis as they are mad at me. Love - Your Matt

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1920 King Co., WA Census

Pass Precinct - City: Rockdale Station

C.M. & St. Paul Railroad

59-54

Prew, Fredrick E. head ae. 39 b. MA fb. MA mb. RI occ. craneman - railroad

Ellen E. wife 41 MO IL MO

Tolbot, E. stepson 16 WA IL MO watchman - steam shovel

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According to the 1920 census, Ella was married to Fred Prew. A letter from Ella's father to her dated 1916 he mentions that she used the name Ella Prew and he questioned why she didn't use the name "Cain", although I think he meant to say "Talbott" as Cain was Ella's mother's maiden name. In another letter from her father dated Oct 8 1921 he mentions that he hopes that Fred has quit drinking and welcomes her with open arms. By 16 Apr 1922 Ella is again going by name Ella Simonson.

Notes for JESSE RUSSELL SIMONSON:

Name: Frank G Dearden

Age: 59

Estimated birth year: abt 1871

Birthplace: Kentucky

Relation to head-of-house: Head

Race: White

Home in 1930: Porterville, Tulare, California

Occupation: View Image

1930 census shows Frank G. Dearden with wife, Martha. They were living in Porterville so it may be that Martha died and Ella married Frank and then he may have died about 1936-37.

 

Children of "ELLA" TALBOTT and JESSE SIMONSON are:

i. JESSE FRANCIS10 SIMONSON, b. 14 Apr 1898, Carterville, Jasper Co.MO; d. 18 Jan 1943, California; m. GLADYS BROWN, 07 Aug, San Andreas, CA.

ii. EVERSON TALBOTT "TAB" SIMONSON, b. 04 Mar 1903, Everson, Whatcom Co., WA; m. MAREE SLOAN; b. 1901.

iii. WILLIAM RUSSELL SIMONSON, b. 24 Mar 1909, Everson, Whatcom Co., WA; d. 28 Dec 1968, Fresno, CA; m. DORIS MARY FAY, 08 Nov 1934, Waterville, Douglas Co., WA; b. 08 Sep 1913, near Lawrence, Whatcom Co., WA; d. 06 Jun 1987, Spokane, Spokane Co., WA.

Notes for WILLIAM RUSSELL SIMONSON:

This is my dad. He was quite a "Jack of all Trades". I remember that at one time he tried the rodeo. If I remember right, he was bucked off right away and never tried it again. However, I believe that the red satin shirt that he wore was made into a blouse for me when I was little.

He was quite a gambler and womanizer I understand.

He worked at Boeing during WWII and played on their baseball team. I have a picture of it somewhere.

When my father married my mother, she had two children, Sharon and Patricia. They were legally given the name Simonson although I don't know if this was an actual adoption or not.

Notes for DORIS MARY FAY:

When I was little, Mom always sang this little song (off-key). It was a song that her mother sang to her and a song that I, in turn, taught my kids (they liked the song but I think would have preferred me to say it rather than sing it). Anyway, the little song is:

"Two Little Babes"

My dears, don't you know, a long time ago

Two little babes, their names I don't know

Were stolen away on a cold winter day

And lost in the woods I've heard people say.

When it was night, so sad was their plight

The moon had gone down, the stars gave no light.

They sobbed and they sighed and they bitterly cried,

Those two little babes, they laid down and died.

When they were dead, the robins so red

Brought strawberry leaves and over them spread,

And sang them a song the whole night long.

Those two little babes, who'd never done wrong.

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Doris Simonson completed the study in the Theory and Practice of Electrolysis and Short Wave and received her Certificate of Completion on 14 July, MCMLXI. She and her sister, Alice Fay VanTuyl, went to Washington, DC and took this class but neither of them ever practiced this new knowledge.

Doris stayed with her daughter, Patricia Ann Simonson Callihan, while she completed this course.

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On Birth Certificate

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More About DORIS MARY FAY:

Education: Electrolysis and Short Wave Certificate

 

 

13. WILLIAM BENJAMIN/BENJAMIN W.9 TALBOTT (JAMES CARTER8, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 18 Feb 1855 in Washington Co., MO, and died 16 Oct 1897. He married MARTHA E. WRIGHT, daughter of UNKNOWN WRIGHT and UNKNOWN. She was born 17 Dec 1857, and died 15 Mar 1939 in Webb City, Jasper Co., MO.

Notes for WILLIAM BENJAMIN/BENJAMIN W. TALBOTT:

(Unnamed newspaper - article in Ella Talbott Simonson's belongings.)

TALBOT FUNERAL FRIDAY .

Webb City, Mo, March 15. - Funeral services for Mrs. Martha E. Talbot, 81 years old, died at 9 o'clock this morning at ther home, 917 North Main street, will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Hedge-Nelson funeral home. The Rev. Stanley Zook, pastor of the Nazarene church will officiate. Burial will be in Webb city cemetery. Mrs. Talbot had been a resident of Webb City 40 years. Surviving are two sons, Clint Talbot and Leslie Talbot, both of Webb City.

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Washington Co., MO Marriages (Vol. c, p.271)

State of Missouri, County of Washington ... Dec. 24, 1874. This is to certify that on the 24th day of December 1874 Mr. William Benjamin Talbott and Miss Martha Elisabeth Wright were by me united in married according to the Laws of God and of Missouri at Liberty Township, Washington County, Missouri ...

James C. Talbott, Justice of the Peace ...

Filed Feb. 1st, 1875

Andrew Fleasey Recorder

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Talbott, William Benjamin Mr.

Page 271 - Washington County , MO

Mr. William Benjamin Talbott & Miss Martha Elizabeth Wright; married on 24 December 1874 by James C. Talbott, JP at Liberty Twp.

 

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1880 Missouri Census

Crawford County - Liberty Town. V.10, ED55, S.7, L.31

59.59

Talbert, Benjamin 25 F b. MO

Martha E. 23 wife MO fb. TN mb. TN

Frank L. 3 son MO MO MO

Ella M. 1/12 dau MO MO MO

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1900 Missouri Census

Jasper Co., MO - Joplin Twp, Webb City - V.49, ED51, S3, L.86 R#866

Talbott, M. E. b. 12/56 age. 43 b. MO fb. TN mb. TN

Leslie (son) 6/77 22 MO IL MO

Myrtle (dau) 10/79 20 MO IL MO

Blanche (dau) 8/81 18 MO IL MO

Ferdinand (son) 3/84 16 MO IL MO

William (son) 12/82 14 MO IL MO

Cleveland (son 9/92 7 MO IL MO

Horace (son) 7/95 4 MO IL MO

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Webb City Cemetery:

Talbott, Grover C. 1888-Mar 20, 1930 TB

Benj. W. 18 Feb 1855 - Oct 16, 1897 - s/o J. C. & Sarah b. Wash. Co., MO

Martha E. 17 Dec 1858 - 3-15-1939 b. Potosi, MO

Myrtle E. 1879-1920

Horace O. July 1894 - Jan. 1935 T.B. res. of Baxter Springs, KS

Wm. Jan 5, 1904 28y. T.B. s/o Martha

Charles Fred 1884 - 25 Sept 1909 T.B.

John 14 Oct 1909 31y. T.B. res. Mount Vernon, MO

Leslie 1876 - 13 June 1939 T.B.

Willie 29 June 1991 9mo. s/o Robert brain fever

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Notes for MARTHA E. WRIGHT:

1930 Jasper Co., MO Census

Webb City, M MO

Talbot, Martha E. 79 F wid MO TN TN

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1920 MO Census

1003

26/27

Talbot, Clinton B. head 27 M MO MO MO

Golda M. 24 F MO MO MO

Blanche Leona 3 F MO MO MO

1002

Talbot, Martha E. 63 F wid MO TN TN

Cleveland 30 M div MO IL MO

Horace O. 24 M sgl MO IL MO

 

 

Children of WILLIAM TALBOTT and MARTHA WRIGHT are:

i. INFANT10 TALBOTT, b. 15 Dec 1875.

ii. "LESLIE" FRANK LESLIE TALBOTT, b. 15 Jun 1877, MO; d. 02 Jun 1939, Carthage, Jasper Co., MO; m. ERMINNIE M. BOWEN, 23 Apr 1907, Carthage, Jasper Co., MO.

Notes for "LESLIE" FRANK LESLIE TALBOTT:

Webb City Cemetery:

Talbott, Grover C. 1888-Mar 20, 1930 TB

Benj. W. 18 Feb 1855 - Oct 16, 1897 - s/o J. C. & Sarah b. Wash. Co., MO

Martha E. 17 Dec 1858 - 3-15-1939 b. Potosi, MO

Myrtle E. 1879-1920

Horace O. July 1894 - Jan. 1935 T.B. res. of Baxter Springs, KS

Wm. Jan 5, 1904 28y. T.B. s/o Martha

Charles Fred 1884 - 25 Sept 1909 T.B.

John 14 Oct 1909 31y. T.B. res. Mount Vernon, MO

Leslie 1876 - 13 June 1939 T.B.

Willie 29 June 1991 9mo. s/o Robert brain fever

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Marriage License:

State of Missouri, County of Jasper

Leslie Talbott of Webb City, Jasper Co., MO, over age of twenty-one, and Erminnie M. Bowen of Peora, Peora Co., MO, over age of eighteen years.

E. E. Hubbard did at Carthage on the 23rd day of April 1907 unite above people....

E. E. Hubbard, Probate Judge

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1910 Census - Carterville, Jasper, Missouri - T624 Roll 791 Part 2 p.77B

78/81

E. Daugherty Street

Carterville, MO

Talbot, F. L. head 32 MO MO MO

Ermina wife 26 IL IL FR

James grandfather 76 MO KY IL

(Actually James was born in Illinois)

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WWI Draft Records:

http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6482&iid=MO-1683326-0020&fn=Frank+Leslie&ln=Talbott&pid=30690842

Frank Leslie Talbott, 505 N. Fountain, Carterville, Jasper MO

Serial No. 2552 - Order Number A2229

Age in years: 41

Date of Birth

June 15 1877

Place of Employment: Mill man - Skelton Lead & Zinc Co.= Ottowa, OKLA

Nearest Relative: Martha E. Talbot (mother) Webb City, Jasper, MO

Med. Height; Med Build; Blue Eyes; Light hair

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iii. "MYRTLE" ELLA MYRTLE TALBOTT, b. 07 Oct 1879, MO; d. 16 Jan 1918; m. THOMAS GUIDER.

Notes for "MYRTLE" ELLA MYRTLE TALBOTT:

Webb City Cemetery:

Talbott, Grover C. 1888-Mar 20, 1930 TB

Benj. W. 18 Feb 1855 - Oct 16, 1897 - s/o J. C. & Sarah b. Wash. Co., MO

Martha E. 17 Dec 1858 - 3-15-1939 b. Potosi, MO

Myrtle E. 1879-1920

Horace O. July 1894 - Jan. 1935 T.B. res. of Baxter Springs, KS

Wm. Jan 5, 1904 28y. T.B. s/o Martha

Charles Fred 1884 - 25 Sept 1909 T.B.

John 14 Oct 1909 31y. T.B. res. Mount Vernon, MO

Leslie 1876 - 13 June 1939 T.B.

Willie 29 June 1991 9mo. s/o Robert brain fever

iv. "BLANCHE" ROSY BLANCHE TALBOTT, b. 24 Aug 1881, MO.

Notes for "BLANCHE" ROSY BLANCHE TALBOTT:

Blanche had appendix operation in 1916 per letter from J. C. to Ella - written 14 Sept 1916.

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v. "FERDINAND" CHARLES FERDINAND TALBOTT, b. 20 Mar 1884, Crawford Co., MO.

Notes for "FERDINAND" CHARLES FERDINAND TALBOTT:

Webb City Cemetery:

Talbott, Grover C. 1888-Mar 20, 1930 TB

Benj. W. 18 Feb 1855 - Oct 16, 1897 - s/o J. C. & Sarah b. Wash. Co., MO

Martha E. 17 Dec 1858 - 3-15-1939 b. Potosi, MO

Myrtle E. 1879-1920

Horace O. July 1894 - Jan. 1935 T.B. res. of Baxter Springs, KS

Wm. Jan 5, 1904 28y. T.B. s/o Martha

Charles Fred 1884 - 25 Sept 1909 T.B.

John 14 Oct 1909 31y. T.B. res. Mount Vernon, MO

Leslie 1876 - 13 June 1939 T.B.

Willie 29 June 1991 9mo. s/o Robert brain fever

vi. WILLIAM C. TALBOTT, b. Bet. 31 Dec 1882 - 1886, MO.

Notes for WILLIAM C. TALBOTT:

Webb City Cemetery:

Talbott, Grover C. 1888-Mar 20, 1930 TB

Benj. W. 18 Feb 1855 - Oct 16, 1897 - s/o J. C. & Sarah b. Wash. Co., MO

Martha E. 17 Dec 1858 - 3-15-1939 b. Potosi, MO

Myrtle E. 1879-1920

Horace O. July 1894 - Jan. 1935 T.B. res. of Baxter Springs, KS

Wm. Jan 5, 1904 28y. T.B. s/o Martha

Charles Fred 1884 - 25 Sept 1909 T.B.

John 14 Oct 1909 31y. T.B. res. Mount Vernon, MO

Leslie 1876 - 13 June 1939 T.B.

Willie 29 June 1991 9mo. s/o Robert brain fever

vii. "CLEVELAND" GROVER CLEVELAND TALBOTT, b. Jun 1887; d. 1930.

Notes for "CLEVELAND" GROVER CLEVELAND TALBOTT:

Webb City Cemetery:

Talbott, Grover C. 1888-Mar 20, 1930 TB

Benj. W. 18 Feb 1855 - Oct 16, 1897 - s/o J. C. & Sarah b. Wash. Co., MO

Martha E. 17 Dec 1858 - 3-15-1939 b. Potosi, MO

Myrtle E. 1879-1920

Horace O. July 1894 - Jan. 1935 T.B. res. of Baxter Springs, KS

Wm. Jan 5, 1904 28y. T.B. s/o Martha

Charles Fred 1884 - 25 Sept 1909 T.B.

John 14 Oct 1909 31y. T.B. res. Mount Vernon, MO

Leslie 1876 - 13 June 1939 T.B.

Willie 29 June 1991 9mo. s/o Robert brain feve

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viii. CLINTON B. TALBOTT, b. Sep 1892, Webb City, MO; d. 21 Feb 1941, Joplin, MO; m. GOLDIE M. UNKNOWN; b. Abt. 1896, MO.

Notes for CLINTON B. TALBOTT:

Joplin Globe - Feb. 22, 1941

CLINTON B. TALBOT DIES AT HOME HERE

Clinton B. Talbot, 48 years old, a former resident of Webb City, died at 4:25 o'clock yesterday afternoon at his home, 2120 South Main Street, where he had resided three years.

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Goldie Talbot, at home, and two daughters, Misses Blanche and Evadean Talbot, both at home.

The Hedge-Nelson funeral home of Webb City will be in charge of ...

Joplin Globe - Feb. 23, 1941

TALBOT FUNERAL MONDAY

Webb City, Mo. - Feb. 22

Funeral services for Clinton B. Talbot, 48 years old who died yesterday afternoon at his home, 2120 South Main Street, Joplin, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon in the chapel of the Hedge-Nelson funeral home in Webb City. The Rev. Wesley Post and the Rev. Stanley Zook will conduct the service. Burial will be in the Carterville cemetery.

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Death Certificate:

State File No. 7271 Primary Registration District #2002: Registration District #411

Place of Death: Jasper Co.

City: Joplin - 2120 South Main Street. In this community: 48 years

Full name: Clinton B. Talbot

male. Wife: Goldie Talbot.

Birthdate of deceased: Sept. 10, 1892 - Born: Webb City, MO Age: 48y,5m,11d

occupation: Retired miner

Father: Ben Talbot b. Illinois

Mother: Martha Wright b. Washington, Missouri

Deceased attended from Feb. 12, 1941 - Feb. 21, 1941

Signed by: A. N. Winchester, M.D. - Joplin, MO

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1920 MO - Soundex

1003 No. Webb, Webb City, MO - V.41 ED71, Sh.1, L.75

Talbot, Clinton B. wh 27 MO

Golda M. wife 24 MO

Blanche Leona 3-5/10 MO (dau.)

Jasper Co., MO - Harrison St., Carterville

Talbott, James C. wh. 86 b. IL - living alone.

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1930 Jasper Co., MO Census

Talbot, Clint 37 M MO MO MO

Golda 34 F MO IL IL

Blanche 13 F MO Mo MO

Evadean 1-4/12 F MO MO MO

Talbot, Martha E. 79 F wid MO TN TN

More About CLINTON B. TALBOTT:

Burial: Carterville Cem., Carterville, MO

Cause of Death: Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Cause of death (Facts Pg): Feb 1941, Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Death Certificate: 21 Feb 1941, Joplin, Jasper Co., MO

Resided: 1941, 2120 So. Main, Joplin, MO 3 years

ix. HORACE O. TALBOTT, b. Jul 1895, MO; d. 07 Jan 1935, Baxter Springs, KS; m. MABEL UNKNOWN, Abt. 1920; b. 1897, MO.

Notes for HORACE O. TALBOTT:

Webb City Cemetery:

Talbott, Grover C. 1888-Mar 20, 1930 TB

Benj. W. 18 Feb 1855 - Oct 16, 1897 - s/o J. C. & Sarah b. Wash. Co., MO

Martha E. 17 Dec 1858 - 3-15-1939 b. Potosi, MO

Myrtle E. 1879-1920

Horace O. July 1894 - Jan. 1935 T.B. res. of Baxter Springs, KS

Wm. Jan 5, 1904 28y. T.B. s/o Martha

Charles Fred 1884 - 25 Sept 1909 T.B.

John 14 Oct 1909 31y. T.B. res. Mount Vernon, MO

Leslie 1876 - 13 June 1939 T.B.

Willie 29 June 1991 9mo. s/o Robert brain fever

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1930 Spring Valley, Cherokee Co., KS

243-257

Talbot, Horace ae 34 m.@24 b. MO f.b. MO mb. MO

Mabel ae 33 m.@23 b. MO fb. WV mb MO

Edward Z. ae 12 b. MO MO MO

Zella M. 9 OK MO MO

Zola M. 7 OK MO MO

Owen B. 3 OK MO MO

More About HORACE O. TALBOTT:

Cause of Death: TB

Census: 1930, Spring Valley, Cherokee Co., KS

 

 

14. WASHINGTON VALENTINE9 TALBOTT (JAMES CARTER8, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 14 Feb 1857 in Potosi, Washington Co., MO, and died 09 Feb 1939 in Belt, Cascade Co., MO. He married JANE S. BRADSHAW 20 Dec 1883 in Illinois, daughter of GEORGE BRADSHAW and JANE DREWERY. She was born 1861 in Waterloo, Monroe Co., IL, and died 27 Oct 1938 in Great Falls, MT.

Notes for WASHINGTON VALENTINE TALBOTT:

Great Falls Tribune - Great Falls, Mont.

10 Feb 1939 p.8

Dies at His Home in Belt (Picture appears in paper)

Montana Resident 48 Years Long Noted as Outstanding Farmer

Belt - Feb. 9 - (Special) - W. V. Talbott, 82, resident of Belt Valley for 48 years, died at his home in Belt Thursday morning after a short illness.

Mr. Talbott was born in Potosi, Mo. At the age of 20 he went to Illinois. In 1883 he married Jane Bradshaw, who died in October 1938. Talbott came to Montana in 1891 and was followed three years later by members of his family.

He had an outstanding record over a long period of years as a grower of fine agricultural products on his farm 10 miles above Belt on Belt creek. His products won prized for many years at the Montana State fair as well as at the Chicago international livestock exhibit, San Francisco world's fair and fairs at Omaha, Dallas and St. Louis. He was once personally congratulated by President Taft.

Talbott was an official delegate to the first good roads convention at Billings, June 10, 1910. He was a charter member of the Montana Seedgrowers association and in 1914 the first president of the State Farmers federation. He was superintendent of farm products at the state fair for a long time. In 1920 Talbott was candidate for governor. Some time ago he received a letter of congratulation from County Superintendent Margaret Holland for his 40 years of service as a member of the board of trustees of the Goodman school.

Mr. and Mrs. Talbott moved to Belt four years ago. Mr. Talbott is survived by three children, Forman Talbott and Mrs. Hugh Crocker of Belt and Mrs. Stewart Tolliver of Monarch; 14 grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

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Belt Valley History, Great Falls, Montana

WASHINGTON VALENTINE

AND JANE TALBOTT

-350-

by Patty Talbott Wilda

(Picture in history)

Washington V. Talbott and Jane with grandson

Elmer Crocker

Washington Valentine Talbott was born February 14, 1857, in Potosi, Missouri. At age 20 he moved to Illinois where he met and married Jane S. Bradshaw, in 1883. She was born in 1861 in Waterloo, Illinois.

Mr. Talbott came to Belt in April of 1891 seeking a new life for his family. He came to Fort Benton by boat and then to Belt in a covered wagon. Three years later his wife Jane, and three children, Edna, Lettie, and Forman, followed. They also came through Fort Benton and took a stagecoach to Belt.

They settled in Goodman Coulee, ten miles south of Belt, between the Ed Goodman and Andy Weggeland ranches, and named their homestead, "The Last Chance Ranch." Mrs. George W. Goodman Sr. and Mrs. Talbott were sisters. The Talbotts farmed this place for forty-five years and took many awards for their fine products.

Mr. Talbott was an official delegate to the first good roads convention at Billings in 1910, and was a charter member of the Montana Seed Growers Association. He was elected first president of the State Farmers Federation, and in 1920 was a candidate for governor. He was clerk of the Goodman School, and served forty years on the Board of Trustees. He also served as Superintendent of Farm Products at the State Fair for many years .... having received personal congratulations from President Taft for his outstanding display of farm products.

Some of the family's happiest moments came while entertaining Charlie Russell and "Brother Van" Orsdel. The latter used to shoe their horses. They became close friends and enjoyed Jane's fine cooking.

After a long and active life, the Talbotts sold the ranch to John Sweeney (now Clayton Sweeney's). They retired in 1936, moved to Belt, where they owned a small grocery store across from the old high school gymnasium. Jane passed away October 28, 1938, at a Great Falls hospital, and Mr. Talbott died February 8, 1939 at his Belt home.

Their oldest daughter Edna married Hugh Crocker of Belt. They had five children: Elmer, Raymond, Madeline, Nellie, and Arthur ("Glen"). Raymond died when he was ten years old. Both Edna and Hugh are also deceased.

The second daughter Lettie married Steward Tolliver of Monarch and their children are Ed Floyd, Mae, Calvin, and Wesley ("Tye"). Stewart and Lettie and their two sons Jim and Floy are deceased.

The Talbotts' third daughter Maude died at an early age.

Their only son William Forman married Margie Nelson Hedrick in 1918. She had four daughters by a previous marriage: namely, Maude, Jessie, Goldie, and Gladys Hedrick. (For details on them, refer to the, Hedrick history.) Forman was born in 1888, died in 1961. Margie was born in 1886 and died in 1959. Both had lived in Belt around 70 years. To this marriage was born one son Washington Henry and four daughters: Margery, Letty, Mary Ellen "Patty" a

another who died at birth.

Sonny (Washington Henry) married Florence Finneman in 1965 and they have two children; Phyllis and Roger, also a step-daughter Bonnie Finneman, all married.

Margery married Clinton Olson and they have three daughters: Patricia, Colleen, and Dale, and one son Randy. Letty married Maurice Hanson and they have two daughters, June and Connie.

Patty married Louis Wilda and their two sons are Jerry and Larry.

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Clipping from unknown Newspaper was in Ella Talbott Simonson's things when she died.

W. T. Talbott of Goodman coulee came to town Tuesday for a load of coal. He says that the roads are dry and good from the Talbott ranch to Belt. Mr. and Mrs. Talbott are hale and hearty, growing young again after 40 years on the Last Chance ranch.

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State of Montana - Standard Certificate of Death

Cascade 1257

Registered No. 4-0

Place of Death: Belt, Cascade County, Montana

Residence at Belt

Date of Death: Feb. 9, 1939

Full Name: Washington V. Talbott

Residence: Belt, Montana

Male - White - Widowed

Date of Birth: Feb. 14th 1857

Father's Name:

James C. Talbott - born Springfield, Illinois

Age 81y,11m,25d.

Mother's Maiden Name: Sarah Julia Hayes - born Potosi, Missouri

Informant: Mrs. Hugh Crocker - Belt, Montana

Burial: Belt Cemetery

 

 

More About WASHINGTON VALENTINE TALBOTT:

Burial: Belt, MO

 

Children of WASHINGTON TALBOTT and JANE BRADSHAW are:

i. EDNA MARY10 TALBOTT, b. 09 Oct 1884, Waterloo, Monroe Co., IL; d. Jun 1961, Great Falls, MT; m. "HUGH" SAMUEL HUGH CROCKER, 07 Dec 1906, Great Falls, MT; b. 13 Jan 1875, Jefferson Co., MO; d. 1960, Great Falls, MT.

More About EDNA MARY TALBOTT:

Burial: Belt, MT

More About "HUGH" SAMUEL HUGH CROCKER:

Burial: Belt, Cascade Co., MO

ii. LETTIE TALBOTT, b. 08 Apr 1885, Monroe Co., IL; d. 22 Feb 1969, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; m. STEWART TOLLIVER, 08 Dec 1906, Great Falls, MT; b. 15 Dec 1882, St. Paul, NE; d. 26 Apr 1975, Coeur d'Alene, ID.

More About STEWART TOLLIVER:

Burial: CDA, Idaho

iii. "FORMAN" WILLIAM FORMAN TALBOTT, b. 20 Dec 1888, Waterloo, Monroe Co., IL; d. 20 Nov 1961, Great Falls, MT; m. MARGERY ANN NELSON; b. 27 Aug 1886, Dent Co., MO; d. 09 Aug 1959, Great Falls, MT.

More About "FORMAN" WILLIAM FORMAN TALBOTT:

Burial: Highland Cem., Great Falls, MT

 

 

15. JAMES THOMPSON9 TALBOTT (JAMES CARTER8, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 20 Nov 1861 in Washington Co., MO, and died 14 Dec 1899 in Como, CO. He married EMMA MONTAG. She was born in IL.

Notes for JAMES THOMPSON TALBOTT:

(article tattered) ...sday Dec. 21, 1899

DEATH OF JAMES TALBOT

James Talbot a well known citizen, of Como, died suddenly at 5:15 o'clock Thursday afternoon, from a hemorrhage of the lungs. He was a member of the Lodge of Red Men in Como and stood well with the members, an also with the people of the community. Mr. Talbot was born in Illinois and when quite young he with his parents moved to Missouri, and afterwards in 1880, deceased came to Colorado, where he married Miss Emma Montag, of this place, in December 1887. Of the marriage there is two children - Elma aged 11 years and Erma aged 6 years. The funeral services was conducted in the Odd Fellow's Hall Como, Sunday afternoon, under the forms of the Society of Red Men, Seneca Tribe No. 69, of Como, having assembled at the hall for that purpose, at the hour of 2:30 pm. The same service was concluded by the Red Men, at the Como cemetery over the remains later on in the afternoon; both ceremonies being witnessed by a large assemblage of the friends and neighbors of deceased. Mrs. Talbot and the two little ones have the sincere sympathy of this community.

[Note: No newspaper title given. This was in the personal belongings of Ella Talbott Simonson]

NOTE: I have a picture of the two children and can say that the eldest was a son - no doubt Elmer and the younger a girl - no doubt Erma or Ermie.

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Fairplay Flume - December 22, 1899 p.3, col. 6

James Talbot's Funeral

The funeral rites over the remains of the late James Talbot were performed at Como last Sunday, Mr. W. J. Wallace officiating, and reading the beautiful funeral service of the I.O.O.F. A large concourse of people followed the body to the grave, where Seneca Tribe No. 69, Imp'd Order Red Men, of which deceased was a member, had charge of the services under the able guidance of Dr. O. J. Mayne.

Mr. James Talbot was a resident of Como for fourteen years and has always been known as a whole-souled, generous man. Twelve years ago he was united in marriage to Emma Talbot, who, with two children, Elmer and Ermie, survives him.

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1900 Park Co., CO - Como

256-257

Talbot, Emma head/wd. Sept 1867 IL Germ PA

Elmer son Dec 1888 CO IL IL

Irma dau Aug 1893 CO IL IL

Montag, Edward brother

 

 

 

More About JAMES THOMPSON TALBOTT:

Burial: Como Cemetery, Como, Colorado

 

Children of JAMES TALBOTT and EMMA MONTAG are:

i. ELMER10 TALBOTT, b. Dec 1888, Co.

ii. ERMA TALBOTT, b. Aug 1893, Co; m. HADDEN.

 

 

16. JOHN LEE9 TALBOTT (JAMES CARTER8, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 25 Sep 1864 in Washington Co., MO, and died 05 Dec 1915 in MO. He married (1) MAE UNKNOWN. He married (2) MAE MITCHELL? Abt. 1893. She was born Mar 1875 in MO, and died May 1908 in Carterville, WA.

Notes for JOHN LEE TALBOTT:

Missouri State Board of Health 39963 - Primary Registration District 6162; Registration District No. 875 - File No. 227

Washington, Vernon Co., MO - State Hospital

Name: John L. Talbott

male, white - marital status unknown

Date of Birth unknown

Age 45 years

Date of Death, Dec. 6, 1915

Occupation: Zinc Miner

parents unknown

Informant: John G. Worth - Nevada, MO

J. W. Dawson, M.D. attended deceased from Mar. 17, 1913 to Dec. 6, 1915.

Cause of Death: General Paralysis of the Insane

Length of residence at place of death: 5 yrs, 5 mos. 1 days

Former of usual residence: Jasper Co., MO

Buried - Webb City, MO

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Unnamed newspaper article in Ella Talbott Simonson's belongings:

HE VISITED ASYLUM.

R. M. CAIN CONVERSED WITH JOHN TALBOTT AT NEVADA.

R. M. Cain returned yesterday from Nevada, Mo., where he attended the republican convention. While there the delegates were invited to inspect the state asylum for the insane. Mr. Cain, as one of the delegates, took in the trip and had a long talk with John Talbott, formerly of this city, who is an inmate of the institution. Mr. Cain said the authorities report that John is improving rapidly. Mr. Cain stated that John told him that they treated him very nice at the institution, but he will certainly be glad when he can return to Carterville.

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Webb City Register - Webb City, Mo. Sat. June 4, 1910

P.1

Carterville Infant Dead - May Agnes, the 3 year old d/o Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ross of Carterville, died this morning. The funeral will be conducted Monday afternoon and the interment will be made in the Carterville cemetery.

 

Webb City Register - Webb City, Mo - Wed. July 6, 1910

p.2

John Talbott is demented - Well Known Carterville Man losses Mind and is Taken to Nevada Asylum. John Talbott, a well known Carterville man was taken to the insane asylum at Nevada last night for treatment. For the past week Talbott, who boarded at the Carterville hotel has been acting queerly and friends feared that he was losing his mind. A close watch was kept=on him and

yesterday it was thought advisable to take him to the asylum. Mr. Talbott was married recently, but a few weeks later he and his wife separated, the cause of the separation not being made public. Mr. Talbott immediately showed signs of meloncholly and acted so strange that the doctors advised him being placed in the asylum.

 

Webb City Register - Webb City, MO. Fri. July 15, 1910

P.1

Lytle Cheek a captain - Webb City Lad Confesses to Many Crimes Also Gives Names of His Accomplices. -

C. Talbott was arrested yesterday by Deputy Constable Will Holmes on the charge of stealing ore from the Missouri Pacific R.R. cars. He was taken before Judge Cresswell and his trial was set for this afternoon. Lytle Cheek, Clark Green and a brother of the Talbot boy were arrested a few days ago on the same charge, and more arrests are likely to follow.

Cheek the lad who has been figuring in the police circles for the last few months has confessed his guilt and gave the names of other boys who were implicated in it. Cheek claims that "he was captain of the bunch" and that he made a good one to. He also confessed the robbing of

a store out in the west end some time ago and the burning of a butcher shop on North Allen street.

Cheek, who has served seven years in the reformatory school claims that every time he passes a policeman he feels guilty and wants to get it off his mind and go some place that he can get in good company and be a good boy. His trial came up before Judge Cresswell this afternoon.

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Notes for MAE MITCHELL?:

(Unnamed newspaper article)

Saturday, May 9, 1908

GONE TO REST.

Mrs. Mae Talbott wife of John Talbott passed away at her home on East Main today at 12:45 p.m. after several months illness with consumption.

She was 33 years old and leaves a husband, parents, one sister and two brothers. She was aware of her condition and while she was anxious to get well yet she was ready to go if the Lord to whom she had dedicated her life years ago, so willed.

She requested that a former pastor of the Christian church of this city, Elder Moore, conduct her funeral service and an effort will be made to that effect.

The funeral service will be conducted Monday May 11 at 2:30 p.m. by elder F. L. Moore of Caney Kans at the Christian church in this city under the auspices of K.&L. of S. Interment in Carterville.

Whereas, the great ruler of the universe has in his infinite wisdom removed from Carterville Council No. 736 K. and L. of S. our worthy and esteemed sister, Mae Talbott and whereas, the log and intimate relation held with her in the faithful discharge of her duties in our Council, makes it eminently befitting that we record our appreciation of her, Therefore Resolved, that the sudden removal of such a life from our midst leaves a vacancy and a shadow, that will be deeply realized by all the members and friends of this Organization, and will prove a serious loss to the community and the public.

Resolved, that with deep sympathy with the bereaved relatives of the deceased, we express our hope that even so great a loss to us may be overruled for good by him who doeth all things well.

Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records of this organization, a copy printed in the Evening Record, and a copy forwarded to the bereaved family.

Committee: Nannie Brown, W. W. Curbey, Mamail Hess

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Joplin News Herald - Sunday 10 May 1908

MRS. MAY TALBOT SUCCUMBS TO GRIM REAPER AFTER MONTHS OF SUFFERING

Mrs. May Talbott, 33 years old, one of Carterville's best known women, died yesterday afternoon at her home on East Main street after a lingering illness. Her death came not unexpected as she has been at the point of death for sometime.

Mrs. Talbott was the wife of ex Marshal John Talbott and leaves besides the husband, parents, one sister and two brothers. Realizing that the end was near at hand, Mrs. Talbott is said to have made all arrangements for the end and chose the speaker for the funeral occasion.

Services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at the Christian church and will be conducted by Elder Moore, now of Caney, Kan., and formerly of here. The services will be under the auspices, of the Knights and Ladies of Security, interment in Carterville cemetery.

 

Child of JOHN TALBOTT and MAE MITCHELL? is:

i. PASCAL10 TALBOTT, b. Jan 1897; d. 02 Mar 1899, of spinal Meningitis.

Notes for PASCAL TALBOTT:

FUNERAL NOTICE:

The funeral of Pascal Talbot, beloved baby of Mr. and Mrs. John Talbot, will take place from the Baptist Church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. T. H. Harland officiating. Interment at Carterville cemetery.

Died, March 2, 1899, at 5 a.m., aged 2 years, 2 months and 15 days, of spinal meningitis. Friends of the family invited.

Carterville, Mo, March 2, 1899

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17. EMMA JULIA9 TALBOTT (JAMES CARTER8, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 17 Feb 1867 in Fourcheranault, Washington Co., MO, and died 01 Aug 1940 in Pueblo, Colorado. She married "MATT" JAMES M. GIBSON20,21,22 Abt. 1888 in MO. He was born Jan 1863 in MO23, and died Aft. 195923,24.

Notes for EMMA JULIA TALBOTT:

Memorial Record states:

In Memory of: Mrs. Emma Gibson

Birth Place: Fourcheranault, Missouri

Date of Birth: February 17, 1867

Deceased: August 1, 1940

Pueblo, Colorado

Age: 73y,5m,14d.

Family Record: Name: Mrs. Emma Gibson 1867-1940

Father: James C. Talbott

Son: Gordon C. Gibson

Services Held at: Chapel. T. G. McCarthy & Sons, Inc.

August 5, 1940 2: p.m.

Rev. Charles J. Wood - First Presbyterian Church

Interment: Roselawn Cemetery, Pueblo, Colorado - 2:30 p.m. - August 5, 1940

Music: Chapel ; Soloist and Organist

Pall Bearers: John A. Johnson

Frank Smith

W. H. Chamberlain

Lee Porter

George Grubben

Edward Henderson

PRESS NOTICES:

GIBSON SERVICES SET FOR MONDAY

Funeral Services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in the chapel of T. G. McCarthy & Sons for Mrs. Emma Gibson 73, who died Thursday at her home, 117 East Eighth street. The Rev. Charles J. Wood will officiate and interment will be made in Roselawn cemetery. Mrs. Gibson, a Pueblo resident for six years, had been ill for four weeks. She was a member of the ladies' auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railroad trainment, White Rose lodge No. 323, El Paso, Tex. She is survived by her husband, J. M. (Matt) Gibson and son, Gordon C. Gibson, both of Pueblo and a sister, Mrs. Ella Simonson, Mokelumne Hill, Calif.

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A letter from J. C. Talbott to Ella Talbott Simonson in 1916 states Emma was living in El Paso, Texas

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Letter dated Sept 11, 1959 from Matt Gibson, 403 W. 7, Pueblo, Colorado

To Ella Simonson, Box 1, Mokelumne Hill, Calif.

9 a.m. 11

Dear Ella

Your letter recd glad to hear that you are getting along as you said you was well pleased from what your Doctor told you. Now as far as I am concerned it is only you. Them darned little feet of yours has almost come to a Halt Ha Ha - We are having very nice weather but no rain I am feel So much better now as I have got rid of the Arthri(?) but my age has got me slowed a lot but golly I sho would lik to come & stay a while with you is the woman still with tell her Helo for Matt.

Love - Your Matt

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Letter dated Oct. 21, 1959 from Matt Gibson, 403 W. 7, Pueblo, Colorado

to: Ella Simonson, Box 1, Mokelumne Hill, California

Dear Ella

Your letter recd so glad to hear that your Dr said you was getting along OK & about your Boys. you have it on me as I have got no one - So about that Eats so dont talk about it to me ha ha. I am feeling very well today but my going days are over. Our weather here today is just like sumer I set out on porch & let the rest of the world go by. No I am not going to get any more letter fro St. Louis as they are mad at me. Love - Your Matt

[Not sure how he relates to J. M. Matt/Emma Talbott Gibson]

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Letter from J. C. Talbott to Ella 9-14-1916 states Emma living in El Paso, TX

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1900 AZ Federal Census - Yapavapai, Seligman, Dist #62

161-165

Gibson, Jas M. head 33 MO MO MO

R.R. Switchman - m. 12 years b. Jan 1867

Gibson, Emma wife 33 MO MO MO

b. Feb 1867

Gibson, Gordon son 11 MO MO MO

b. Apr 1889

Gibson, Norman son 3 TX MO MO

b. Dec 1896

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1930 Placer Co., CA - Twp 5, Twp 13 Foresthill Twp 5

70-70

Gibson, C. Gordon head 40 S MO MO MO auto mechanic

J. Emma mother 63 m. 21y MO MO MO

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More About EMMA JULIA TALBOTT:

Census: 1900, Yavapai, Siligman, AZ - Dist #62 Dwg 161-Fam165

Notes for "MATT" JAMES M. GIBSON:

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Letter dated Oct. 21, 1959 from Matt Gibson, 403 W. 7, Pueblo, Colorado

to: Ella Simonson, Box 1, Mokelumne Hill, California

Dear Ella

Your letter recd so glad to hear that your Dr said you was getting along OK & about your Boys. you have it on me as I have got no one - So about that Eats so dont talk about it to me ha ha. I am feeling very well today but my going days are over. Our weather here today is just like sumer I set out on porch & let the rest of the world go by. No I am not going to get any more letter from St. Louis as they are mad at me. Love - Your Matt

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1930 Federal Census

Nevada - White Pine - Ruth - Dist. 16

104/104

Gibson, James M. 63 b. MO m. at age 21 parents both b. MO

Emma 63 b. MO m. at age 21 "

Gordon 40 b. MO single "

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More About "MATT" JAMES M. GIBSON:

Fact 1: Social Security #: 521-09-167625

Fact 2: SS# issued in: Colorado25

Fact 3: Residence code: Colorado25

Fact 4: Last residence ZIP: 8020925

 

Children of EMMA TALBOTT and "MATT" GIBSON are:

i. GORDON C.10 GIBSON, b. Apr 1889, MO; d. Aft. 1942.

ii. NORMAN GIBSON, b. Dec 1896, Texas; d. Bet. 1900 - 1910.

 

 

18. EUGENE9 GIBSON (LAURA A.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1875 in MO. He married MARY UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1879 in MO.

Notes for EUGENE GIBSON:

1920 Nebraska Census - Dakota, St. Johns

64/67

Gibson, Eugene ae 45 b. MO fb. MO mb. MO

Mary ae. 42 b. MO " "

William ae. 21 b. MO " " (son)

Mary ae. 17 b. MO " " (daughter)

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1930 Nebraska Census - Sious City - Covington Precinct

966/101

Gibson, Eugene F. head ae. 57 b. MO (both parents b. MO)

Mary wife ae. 52 " "

William son ae. 32 sing. b. MO "

(Next door is a Elmer E. Gill ae. 28 b. NE and parents b. Ireland) with wife Mary ae. 27 (age their daughter would be) b. MO and parents both b.MOand son Earl ae. 1-1/2 b. Iowa f. b. NE and m.b. MO

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Children of EUGENE GIBSON and MARY UNKNOWN are:

i. WILLIAM10 GIBSON, b. Abt. 1899.

ii. MARY GIBSON, b. Abt. 1903.

 

 

19. FREDDY9 GIBSON (LAURA A.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1879 in MO. He married MILDONNA UNKNOWN. She was born Abt. 1884 in MO.

Notes for FREDDY GIBSON:

1910 Missouri Census - Joplin Twp - Carterville

129

East Main Street

69/71

Gibson, Fred 31 M head MO MO MO

Mildonna 26 F wife MO AL AR

Harry Lee 9 M son MO MO MO

Hiram Earl 2 M son MO MO MO

Fred Gibson is the son of Levi Gibson and Laura Faris

next door:

80/970/72

Talbot, Hiram T. 39 M head MO MO MO

Ida May 30 F wife NE NC SC

Wella 14 F dau MO MO IA

James 10 M son MO MO IA

 

 

Children of FREDDY GIBSON and MILDONNA UNKNOWN are:

i. HARRY LEE10 GIBSON, b. Abt. 1901.

ii. HIRAM EARL GIBSON, b. Abt. 1908.

 

 

20. JOHN MARION9 ROSS (JULIET N.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1862 in Old Mines, Washington Co., MO. He married LUCY COLEMAN 27 Jul 1884 in Washington Co., MO.

 

Child of JOHN ROSS and LUCY COLEMAN is:

i. ELIAS10 ROSS, b. Abt. 1887, MO; m. LENA UNKNOWN.

Notes for ELIAS ROSS:

1910 Washington Co., MO Census

Kingston Twp

155/156

Ross, Elias 24 m. 3 yr. MO MO MO

Lena 21 m. 3yr. MO MO MO

Nelson P. 1 MO MO MO

Lenad J. 2mo. MO MO MO

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21. FRANK EDWARD9 ROSS (JULIET N.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 21 May 1866 in Washington Co., MO, and died 05 Jun 1934 in Old Mines, Washington Co., MO. He married SOPHIA OSIA Abt. 1894 in Missouri. She was born Sep 1872.

Notes for FRANK EDWARD ROSS:

Weekly Independent - Thursday - June 14, 1934

FRANK EDWARD ROSS:

Frank Edward Ross was born May 21, 1866 and died June 5, 1934, at his home near Old Mines, MO. Mr. Ross was a son of John B. and Julia Ross and had spent his entire life in Washington County. He is surviced by his wife, Mrs. Sophia Ross, a son, Chas. Ross of Racola, and daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Minx of Racola, and six grandchildren. He is also survived by one sister, Jane Politte of Elvins. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Walt E. Hill and burial was in the Baptist cemetery at Old Mines, on June 7th.

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Missouri State Board of Health - Certificate of Death

Registration District #887 - File No. 22961 - Primary Registration District No. 6182

Place of death: Washington Co., MO - Union Township

Frank Edward Ross - male - white - married

Date of Birth - May 21, 1866

Date of Death: 6-5-1934

Cause of Death: Apoplexy

age: 68,0,14

Occupation: Miner

Birthplace: This county

Father: John B. Ross b. Washington Co., MO

Mother: Julia Talbert b. MO

Informant: Chas. Ross - Cadet, MO - R.1

Burial: Old Mines, MO - 6 June 1934

Wife: Sophia Osia

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1910 Washington Co., MO Census - Kingston Twp

154/154

Ross, Frank E. 44 m.16 yr. MO MO MO

Sophia 39 MO MO MO

Charles D. 15 MO MO MO

Myrtle J. 11 MO MO MO

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More About FRANK EDWARD ROSS:

Census: 1900, Washington Co., MO - Kingston Twp

 

Children of FRANK ROSS and SOPHIA OSIA are:

i. CHARLES C.10 ROSS, b. Sep 1895, Missouri; m. NORA M. JULERATTE, 16 Nov 1916.

Notes for CHARLES C. ROSS:

Ross , Charles B.

Washington County - Marriage Book - Page 316

Charles B. Ross of Racola, Washington Co., Mo. over 21; Nora M. Juleratte of Racola, Washington Co., Mo. over 18; 31 October 1916 license; married on 16 November 1916 by John P. Daly, CP at Old Mines, Washington Co., Mo.

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ii. MARY MYRTLE ROSS, b. Jan 1899, Missouri; m. ELMER FRANCIS MINX, 01 Nov 1916, Old Mines, Washington Co., MO.

 

 

22. ROLLIE9 ROSS (JULIET N.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born Jul 1883 in MO. He married ROSE UNKNOWN. She was born 27 Feb 1888 in MO.

Notes for ROLLIE ROSS:

1910 Jasper Co., MO - Carterville - Joplin Twp, 416 N. Washington Street

206/216

Ross, Rollie 26 m. 3yr. MO MO MO occ: jigman

Rose 22 MO IL IL

Mary/May 2 MO MO MO

Harry 1 MO MO MO

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Child of ROLLIE ROSS and ROSE UNKNOWN is:

i. MAY/MARY10 ROSS, b. Abt. 1908, MO.

 

 

23. ALBERT PARIS9 MISSEY (CYNTHIA N.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 11 Nov 1867 in Belleview, Iron Co., MO, and died 16 Dec 1944 in Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO. He married (1) UNKNOWN. He married (2) MARY JANE STROUP 04 Jun 1907, daughter of WILLIAM STROUPE and SARAH ADAMS. She was born 25 Jul 1890 in Franklin Co., MO, and died 04 Feb 1972 in Bourbon, MO.

More About ALBERT PARIS MISSEY:

Burial: Harrison Cem., Crawford Co., MO

More About MARY JANE STROUP:

Burial: Bourbon Cem., Bourbon, MO

 

Child of ALBERT MISSEY and UNKNOWN is:

i. ETHEL10 MISSEY, b. Bet. 22 Oct 1902 - 1903.

 

Children of ALBERT MISSEY and MARY STROUP are:

ii. MARTHA ELIZABETH10 MISSEY, b. 19 Mar 1908; d. 29 Mar 1940; m. CHRISTIAN GHINTZ SHERR, 16 Aug 1924.

iii. LAURA EUNICE MISSEY, b. 04 Dec 1910, Crawford Co., MO; m. HERMAN "BUCK" DRENNEN.

iv. IVA MAE "MAE" MISSEY, b. 21 Nov 1912, Red Bird, Crawford Co., MO; m. WILLIE GENOA "BILL" JONES.

v. CLARENCE ALBERT MISSEY, b. 14 Mar 1914, Bourbon, MO; m. PHELMA LUCILLE JONES.

vi. CHARLES WESLEY MISSEY, b. 29 Nov 1916, Crawford Co., MO; m. ALMA FRANCES FATCHETT.

vii. PRESTON JULIUS MISSEY, b. 02 Jul 1920, Birchtree, Crawford Co., MO; m. MYRTLE MAE MILLER, 11 Nov 1939.

viii. WILBOURN FRANCIS "BILL" MISSEY, b. 01 Mar 1923, Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO; m. MARGARET ESTHER MECHAM, 08 Apr 1944.

ix. VIOLA MAXINE MISSEY, b. 13 Oct 1926, Bliss, Washington Co., MO; m. (1) BOB PATTERSON; m. (2) J. D. "JACK" KINCAID.

x. LAWRENCE "LARRY" JOSEPH MISSEY, b. 06 Sep 1930, Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO; m. JOANN SNOWDEN, 08 Sep 1951, Barstow, San Bernardino Co., CA; b. 27 Aug 1933, Seminole Co., OK.

xi. COLUMBUS ALFRED MISSEY, b. 15 Mar 1933; d. at birth.

 

 

24. JOHN BENJAMIN9 MISSEY (CYNTHIA N.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 04 Oct 1869. He married MARY ELLA "ELLA" KIRK.

 

Children of JOHN MISSEY and MARY KIRK are:

i. DORA10 MISSEY, b. Nov 1893.

ii. LLOYD W. MISSEY, b. 03 Nov 1894.

iii. MINERVA J. MISSEY, b. 1906.

iv. LORA E. MISSEY, b. 1909.

 

 

25. LEE CLINTON9 MISSEY (CYNTHIA N.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 02 Mar 1872 in Sullivan, Franklin Co., MO, and died 11 Jan 1956 in St. Louis, MO. He married ELIZA ETTA "LIZA" STUDDARD 08 Feb 1899 in Alley, MO. She was born 18 Feb 1882 in Vilander, Crawford Co., MO26, and died 11 Mar 1958 in St. Louis, MO.

Notes for LEE CLINTON MISSEY:

All children of this family were born in Crawford Co., MO

 

Children of LEE MISSEY and ELIZA STUDDARD are:

i. OTIS10 MISSEY, b. 02 Feb 1900.

ii. CHESTER MISSEY, b. 23 May 1901.

iii. EDITH MISSEY, b. 20 Mar 1904.

iv. EDNA MISSEY, b. 30 Dec 1905.

v. ESTHER MISSEY, b. 02 Feb 1909.

vi. EFFA MISSEY, b. 21 Jan 1913.

vii. TED MISSEY, b. 30 May 1915.

viii. DARCY/DORIS MISSEY, b. 25 Oct 1917.

ix. FRIEDA MISSEY, b. 08 May 1920.

 

 

26. LAURA MARY MAGDALENE9 MISSEY (CYNTHIA N.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 20 Jul 1874 in Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO, and died 17 Apr 1938 in Villander, Crawford Co., MO. She married WINSLOW HENRY PRATT 29 Jan 1893 in Crawford Co., MO, son of ALEXANDER PRATT and MARY KIMBERLIN. He was born 06 Sep 1868 in Washington Co., MO, and died 24 Mar 1914 in Vilander, Crawford Co., MO.

More About LAURA MARY MAGDALENE MISSEY:

Burial: Harrison Cem., Vilander, MO

 

Children of LAURA MISSEY and WINSLOW PRATT are:

i. COLUMBUS BENJAMIN ALEXANDER10 PRATT, b. 01 Nov 1893, Catawissa, Franklin Co., MO; d. 27 Jul 1947, Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO; m. RUE FLAVILLA JOHNSON, 12 Apr 1919, Crawford Co., MO; b. 19 Jan 1894, Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO; d. 26 Jun 1983, Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO.

ii. JESSE LEE PRATT, b. 23 Apr 1895, Vilander, MO; d. 12 Aug 1962, St. Louis, MO; m. NADINE DAVIDSON SKAGGS.

iii. ALBERT PARIS PRATT, b. 28 Feb 1897, Vilander, MO; d. 11 Aug 1936; m. MARY SHEPARD.

iv. VIRGIL RANSON PRATT, b. 04 Jul 1899, Vilander, MO; d. 21 Feb 1971; m. EULA RICHARDSON.

v. HENRY ARTHUR PRATT, b. 03 Jan 1902, Vilander, MO; d. 07 May 1961, St. Louis, MO; m. (1) HAZEL STALL; m. (2) BEULAH CROSS.

vi. RUTH JANE PRATT, b. 08 Aug 1904; d. 26 Sep 1961; m. ALLEN GRADDY.

vii. MARY CYNTHIA PRATT, b. 12 Jun 1907, Vilander, MO; d. 11 Jun 1918.

viii. ORVILLE HAYES PRATT, b. 17 Dec 1911, Vilander, MO; d. 11 Jun 1980; m. (1) OLIVE MALLOW; m. (2) MARIE PARSLEY.

 

 

27. ROBERT "JUDSON" A.9 MISSEY (CYNTHIA N.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 04 Feb 1876 in Crawford Co., MO, and died 05 Nov 1940. He married ADDIE STUDDARD 19 Dec 1900, daughter of JOHN STUDDARD and ALICE FARRIS.

 

Children of ROBERT MISSEY and ADDIE STUDDARD are:

i. ALICE10 MISSEY, m. UNKNOWN BRATTON.

ii. EVERETT MISSEY.

iii. GRACE MISSEY.

iv. HOWARD MISSEY.

v. CLARA AGNES MISSEY.

vi. FRANK MISSEY, m. UNKNOWN AUSTIN.

vii. TRULA MISSEY, m. UNKNOWN KING.

 

 

28. FRANK CARTER9 MISSEY (CYNTHIA N.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 20 Mar 1879 in Washington Co., MO, and died 23 Nov 1918 in Catowisse, Jefferson Co., MO. He married PHOEBE ANN YOST 12 Aug 1903. She died 1969 in Sullivan, Franklin Co., MO.

 

Children of FRANK MISSEY and PHOEBE YOST are:

i. SADIE10 MISSEY.

ii. LUELLA MISSEY.

iii. CYNTHIA MISSEY.

iv. "LUM" COLUMBUS MISSEY.

v. RALPH MISSEY.

 

 

29. AMBROSE JAMES9 MISSEY (CYNTHIA N.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 09 Aug 1881 in Bourbon, Crawford Co., MO, and died 22 Sep 1958 in St. Clair, Franklin Co., MO. He married PARRY JANE RICHARDSON 12 Aug 1903. She was born 1882 in MO, and died 1980 in Sullivan, Franklin Co., MO.

More About AMBROSE JAMES MISSEY:

Burial: Harrison Cem., near Bourbon, MO

 

Children of AMBROSE MISSEY and PARRY RICHARDSON are:

i. ETHEL10 MISSEY, m. (1) UNKNOWN ISGRIGGS; m. (2) DEA ALVIN HAMLIN.

ii. AUSTIN EDWARD MISSEY, b. 19 Apr 1907.

iii. ARLIE FRANKLIN MISSEY.

iv. GERTRUDE MISSEY, m. UNKNOWN JONES.

v. OPAL MISSEY, m. UNKNOWN NOSER.

vi. GEORGE WASHINGTON MISSEY.

vii. JAMES ABNER MISSEY.

viii. ROY CHRIS MISSEY.

ix. HENRY HARDING MISSEY, b. 28 Apr 1920; m. BUELAH TODD.

 

 

30. EDMUND FOREST9 MISSEY (CYNTHIA N.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born 30 Aug 1884 in MO, and died 25 Sep 1971 in Potosi, MO. He married GRACE BREWER. She was born 01 Aug 1891, and died Sep 1971.

Notes for EDMUND FOREST MISSEY:

MISSEY, Edmund Forest M 30-8-84 Cross Branch

 

Children of EDMUND MISSEY and GRACE BREWER are:

i. PAUL10 MISSEY.

ii. HELEN MISSEY.

iii. LUCIEN MISSEY.

iv. ELSIE MISSEY.

v. HAZEL MISSEY.

vi. YVONNE MISSEY.

vii. VERA MISSEY.

viii. KENNETH MISSEY.

ix. EDWINA MISSEY.

 

 

31. CHARLES9 DELCOUR (SARAH L.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born Feb 1871 in MO. He married MARY UNKNOWN.

Notes for CHARLES DELCOUR:

1920 St. Francois Co., MO -

St. Francois Twp

Sheet B

134/134

Delcour, Charles 50 M b. MO fb MO mb MO

Mary 46? b. MO MO MO wife

Ralph 21? MO MO MO son

Edwin ?? MO MO MO son

Charles 6? MO MO MO son

Grace 4? MO MO MO dau.

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Children of CHARLES DELCOUR and MARY UNKNOWN are:

i. RALPH10 DELCOUR.

ii. EDWIN DELCOUR.

iii. CHARLES DELCOUR.

iv. GRACE DELCOUR.

 

 

32. ALBERTINE9 WRIGHT (EMMA S.8 TALBOTT, BENJAMIN7, DANIEL6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, BENJAMIN3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1) was born Dec 1880 in MO. She married (1) UNKNOWN CARRICK. She married (2) ELOSAIPO CORBOLLO. He was born Abt. 1887 in Spain.

 

Child of ALBERTINE WRIGHT and UNKNOWN CARRICK is:

i. LUCILE10 CARRICK, b. Abt. 1908, prob. IL.

 

 

 

Endnotes

 

1. 1850 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com. 1850 United States Federal Census [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: United States. 1850 United States Federal Census. M432, 1009 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C. Concord, Washington, Missouri, roll M432_421, page 133, image 267.

2. Franklin Co., MO Book B, p.274, Marriage of William H. Talbott to Cathrine Dorinen.

3. 1920 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2005. Indexed by Ancestry.com from microfilmed schedules of the 1920 U.S. Federal Decennial Census. Data imaged from National Archives and Records Administration.1920 Federal Population Census. T625, 2,076 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: <a href="http://www.archives.gov/publications/microfilm-catalogs/census/1920/part-07.html">NARA</a>. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 on roll 323 (Chicago City, Cook County, Illinois) are missing, even though the NARA catalog lists them as being there. The Family History Library catalog also lists them as missing. Caterville Ward 2, Jasper, Missouri, ED , roll , page , image 431.

4. St. Francois Co., MO Marriages.

5. 1860 & 1870 St. Francois Co., MO Census.

6. 1850 Washington Co., MO Census.

7. Family Records.

8. 1860 United States Federal Census.

9. Mountain View Cemetery, Iron Co., MO.

10. Descendants of Benjamin Carter of Missouri.

11. 1920 M.

12. 1920 Montgomery Co., MO - Danville.

13. 1900 Crawford Co., MO Census.

14. Descendants of Benjamin Carter of Missouri.

15. 1900 Crawford Co., MO Census.

16. 1930 Jackson Co., MO Census - Gillespie.

17. 1920 MO Census - Gillespie.

18. 1930 Kern Co., CA Census, Ella Simonson, age 50, widow, with son Francis age 31 single, son William 21, single, and lodger Jesse F. Sansome age 25. Believe this to be her son, Frank shown as Francis in the census with her. Missing would be Tab - her second son.

19. 1920 King Co., WA Census - Pass, Ellen H. Prew wife of Fredrick E. Prew with son, E. Tolbot Simmonson.

20. Arizona, Gilo County, Miami - 1920 Federal Census, 50/63 Dwelling.

21. Arizona, Gilo County, Miami - 1920 Federal Census.

22. Arizona, Yavapai County, Seliqman Precinct - 1900 Federal Census.

23. Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: 11 Apr 1998, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.86761.169

24. Nevada - White Pine Co., Ruth, Dist 16 104/104.

25. Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: 11 Apr 1998, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.86761.169

26. Esther Missey Maul, 7606 Pennsylvania Ave, St. Louis, MO 63111 via JoAnn Missey.