Warren County MO

Biographical Sketch of William Hopkins

William Hopkins, of South Carolina, removed to Kentucky, where he married Jane Stone, and in 1810 he came to Missouri, and lived for some time in Captain James Callaway’s house. In the spring of 1819 he settled in (now) Warren County. His children were Cyntuia, Isaac, Walker, Polly, Sally, Thomas, Jane, Matilda, Lucy, Anna, Benjamin, …

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Biographical Sketch of Thomas Burgess

Thomas Burgess, son of Reuben Burgess, of North Carolina, moved to Tennessee with his family in 1814. In 1830 he was drowned in the Cumberland River, and left a widow and eleven children, viz: Elizabeth, George W., Charles, Anderson, Margaret, Joel, Thomas, William, Polly, Hiram, and Nelly. Two of these, Anderson and Thomas, settled in …

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Biographical Sketch of Henry Jones

Henry Jones, of Wales, emigrated to America, and settled in Henry County, Va., where he married and had the following children Fielding, Joseph, Lewis, Peter, Willis, Delila, and Elizabeth. Lewis married Fannie Lamb, of North Carolina, and settled in Missouri in 1837. His children were-Henry, Zero, Joseph, George, Elizabeth, Willis Malinda, Lewis, Delila, and Fielding, …

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Biographical Sketch of Charles C. Archer

Charles C. Archer, of England, emigrated to America and settled in Virginia previous to the revolutionary war. He married Elizabeth Prior, daughter of David P. Prior and Mary Cunningham, of Buckingham County, Va. They had William, Mary A., Thomas D., Charles C., Elizabeth P., Creed T., Fields, and John. William C. married Kittura Kahale, and …

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Biographical Sketch of William Carnefax

Carnefax, William of England, settled in Campbell County, Va., and married Esther Maxey, by whom he had Edward, John D., Charles, William, Benjamin, Nancy, Lucy, Rebecca, Mary, and Rhoda. John settled in Warren County in 1832, and married Jane W. Leavell.

Biographical Sketch of Guion Gibson

Guion Gibson came from Duck River, Tennessee, and settled in (now) Warren County in 1810. His children were Sarah, Rachel, Ellen, Samuel, Joseph, John, Polly, Guion, Jr., and James. Sarah married Thomas Kennedy. Rachel married Lawrence Sitter. Ellen married Phillip Sitter. Samuel married Tabitha Kennedy. Joseph married Elizabeth Armstrong. John married Polly Sitter. Polly Gibson …

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