2 edition of Descendants of Richard Jacks and Sophia Barnes of Platte County, Missouri found in the catalog.
Descendants of Richard Jacks and Sophia Barnes of Platte County, Missouri
Robert W. Jacks
Includes bibliographical references (p. 887-889) and index.
|Statement||compiled by Robert W. Jacks, Jr|
|LC Classifications||CS71.J12 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 974 p. :|
|Number of Pages||974|
|LC Control Number||2010931484|
In the family moved to Green County Missouri and later settled near Cassville Missouri in Barry County The civil was caused great strife for the family and in together with all his children and their families emigrated to the Clackamas County area of Oregon crossing the plains with other members of their wagon train. The County was named for Platte River. The County is located in east central area of the state. County Courthouse [edit | edit source] Platte County Courthouse 14th Street Columbus, NE Phone: Platte County Website County judge has marriage and probate records. Clerk District Court has divorce and court records.
Recent DNA testing on known descendants of both shows no connection. The Association holds its annual meeting in July, generally in Milford, CT. WE'RE ON FACEBOOK. For the lastest information, please join our Facebook Group: The Richard and Mary Platt Family Association. Current Projects - Book Updates. Platt Genealogy by Charles Platt, Jr. The following letter was written by John Calvin Berry from Platte County, Missouri to his brother-in-law John H. Marmon, residing in Carrollton, Illinois. In this letter he "In I went to Missouri for a family on my father's side. While I was there, I went to see my mother's Re: BERRYS IN MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS.
History of Clay and Platte Counties, Missouri Publ. CHAPTER XXIII. CARROLL TOWNSHIP Pages Location, Area and Boundary - Physical Features - Early Settlers - Who They Were and Where From - Platte City - Its Situation - Known as the Falls of Platte River - Originally called Martinsville, after Zadoc Martin -. The ancestry of Mrs. Mary Barnes Tutt Throckmorton. New York, Throckmorton, Charles Wickliffe Throckmorton. The sieze quarterings of Colonel John Aris Throckmorton. New York: Keuffel & Esser Co., Throckmorton, Charles Wickliffe. A genealogical and historical account of the Throckmorton family in England and the United States.
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Son of John Jacks and Aseneth Senith Martin Richard and Sophia's Children are: John Jacks – Thomas Jacks – Elias Barnes Eli Jacks, Sr – Mary Polly Jacks – Richard Marion Jacks Jr – Catharine Emily Kate Jacks – Elizabeth Jacks – Frances Fanny Jacks.
Richard had 8 siblings: Thomas Jacks, Anna Jacks and 6 other siblings. Richard married Sophia Jacks (born Barnes) on month dayat age 24 at marriage place, Kentucky.
Sophia was born inin Rowan Co., Descendants of Richard Jacks and Sophia Barnes of Platte County Carolina, USA. They had 13 children: Catherine Anders (born Jacks), Thomas Jacks and 11 other children. Mary Ann’s parents were Richard Marion Jacks (Jr.) and Cassandra Powell. Her grandparents were Richard Marion Jacks (Sr.) and Sophia Barnes.
They are listed in the census in Boonesborough, Kentucky. So they were also among the early settlers that came from Kentucky to Howard County, Missouri.
Elias Barnes Jacks died in Wyandotte, Wyandotte, Kansas but he was interred on his old homestead in Platte County, Missouri. His wife Mary is there with him. History of Wyandotte County Kansas and its people Volume 1 by Perl W.
Morgan. Catherine and Elias Jacks were the children of Richard Marion Jacks and Sophia Barnes. Their brother, Richard Marion Jacks, Jr., is my ancestor.
Weatherby Lake is just a few miles west of Platte Woods where Richard and his new wife, Catherine (called Cassandra) Powell had settled. Local histories are available for Platte County, Missouri Genealogy.
County histories may include biographies, church, school and government history, and military information. For more information about local histories, see the Wiki page section Missouri Local Histories.
Annals of Platte County, Missouri. By William McClung Paxton. Platte County MO Cemetery Records. USA (1,) > Missouri (37,) > Platte County () > Platte County Cemetery Records (). USA (1,) > Missouri (37,) > Missouri Cemetery Records (15,) > Platte County Cemetery Records (). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level.
Statewide collections are found on the Missouri Cemetery Records page. Richard W Harris: Hosia Aldham: 30 Jul Joseph M Hatt: Miss. Rachel Gordon: 8 Jun Andrew J Henderson: Margaret Ashworth: 7 Oct Susan Henson: William Wallis: 5 Jul Richard Hokit: Martha Barnes: 5 Apr Miss. Nancy Hopkins: Mr.
George C Gable: 9 May Frances Jane Hughes: Joseph Walker: 10 Feb Henry Huitt. Annals of Platte County, Missouri, from its exploration down to June 1, ; with genealogies of its noted families, and sketches of its pioneers and distinguished people. by Paxton, W. (William McClung), PLATTE COUNTY Established: Dec.
13, County Seat: Platte City Named After: Platte purchase, Platte is a French name for a low, shallow, or intermittent stream. Is situated in the southwestern part of the State, in the great bend, where the Missouri river changes from its southern to easterly course.
Genealogy profile for Catherine Anders Catherine Anders (Jacks) ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Catherine Anders (Jacks) ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
Platte City Cemetery (Hillcrest) Babert Cemetery: Graceland Cemetery: Platte City Cemetery (Marshall) Ballenger Cemetery: Graves Cemetery: Platte City Cemetery (Riverview Part 1) Barry Cemetery: Grayson Cemetery: Platte City Cemetery (Riverview Part 2) Bean Cemetery: Green Cemetery: Pleasant Ridge Cemetery: Bellis Cemetery: Guthrie - Bonifant.
An informative and historical overview of Platte County, Missouri including four separate sections on one CD which include 5 historical maps (, 's and )showing the locations of 24 settlements; plus the full Missouri Historical Company History of Platte County, Missouri book including biographies; plus the full.
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We provide answers to over 2 million searches every day, helping 35 million users. Platte County, MO Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records The Pike County Historical & Genealogical Society, which was founded in and is located in Platte City, MO, operates a genealogical library that is housed within the Ben Ferrel Mini Mansion Museum at Ferrel library is open from April 15th until October 15th on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from PM until PM.
Home > USA > Missouri > Platte County > Surnames Please, add your favorite Website(s) to this page. USE LINKPENDIUM'S FAMILY DISCOVERER TO SEARCH 2, FREE GENEALOGY. The Missouri Birth and Death Records Database is an abstract of the birth, stillbirth, and death records recorded before and that are available on microfilm at the Missouri State Archives.
(See Brief History of Vital Records in Missouri) The Bureau of Vital Records has certificates of Missouri births from to the present. The Bureau. Catharine Jacks was born circaat birth place, Missouri, to E C Jacks and Mary Jacks.
Catharine had 3 siblings: Richard Jacks and 2 other siblings. Catharine lived inat address, Missouri. A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri with numerous sketches, anecdotes, adventures, etc., relating to Early Days in Missouri.
Also the lives of Daniel Boone and the celebrated Indian chief Black Hawk,with numerous Biographies and Histories of Primitive institutions By William S.
Bryan and Robert Rose Bryan, Brand & Co., St. Louis, Mo. Platte County Genealogy Records are kept by a number of different government agencies and departments in Platte County, Missouri.
The U.S. Census Bureau maintains Genealogy Records in the form of census data. Other municipal and Missouri State offices also maintain records that are. Richard Marion Andrews/Anders- Missouri Posted on: 18 Aprby Lindda. Surnames > Anders descendants of Richard Marion Andrews Anders and wife Susan F.
Whitlock. He was born in Parkville, Platte Co., Missouri, son of David Anders and Catherine Jacks. Richard and Susan were married Samuel Madden Posted on: 25 Aprby.Platte County MO School Records. USA (1,) > Missouri (37,) > Platte County () > Platte County School Records (91).
USA (1,) > Missouri (37,) > Missouri School Records (5,) > Platte County School Records (91). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the Missouri School Records page.Armstead Barnes Memorial.
Birth: Apr. 21, Nelson County Kentucky, USA Death: Dec. 9, Meade County Kentucky, USA. Armstead Barnes was a son of Elijah Barnes () and Rachel Willcocks (). [Nelson County, Kentucky Will Book No.
4, Elijah Barnes.