Last Will and Testament of Robert Craig b. 1744, d. 1834 in Abingdon, Virginia

In the name of God, Amen! I Robert Craig of the county of Washington in the State of Virginia, being of sound mind and memory notwithstanding my advanced age, blessed be God for all his goodwill and mercies toward me, do make, ordain and declare this instrument which is written with my own hand and […]

1898 Letter from Robert Chambers Craig to John Thompson Mitchell with Recollections on Robert Craig

Thank you to Jim Mitchell for the photocopy of the below letter from Robert Chambers Craig to John Thompson Craig. The photocopy is of a typewritten copy of the original. Below is my transcription and following it some notes. Benham, March 26, 1898 Dear Cousin; — Your letter of March 18th is to hand, and […]

March 31, 1930, Letters from Lon Mitchell to Orlando Mitchell and Thomas Dysart on the Dysart Family History

My thanks to Jim Mitchell, descendant of Orlandlo, for the photocopies of these letters. My transcripts are below. Osceoloa, Ark. March 31, 1930 Mr. Thomas N. Dysart St. Louis Dear Tom: Some time ago you expressed a desire to know something more of the history of the Dysart family and I am enclosing herewith some […]

Thomas Strickland and Elizabeth Shock

Thomas Strickland, b. Oct 18 1802 at Williamson Co., Tennessee, was a son of Thomas Strickland Sr. and Zelpha Slocum. On June 8 1826, in Boone County, Missouri, he married Elizabeth Shock, daughter of John Shock and Mary Bealor. She was born Oct 28 1807 at Fayette Co., Kentucky and died Jan 1853. Thomas and […]

1892 Oct 17, Letter from Ray Noyes to Caroline Atwell Noyes

A letter from Ray Noyes of Liberal, Missouri to his mother Caroline Atwell Noyes. Paul and Edna Stark had married on June 8 1891 and their daughter Grace was born March of 1892. Paul and his family stayed in Miller, Oklahoma in 1892/93 in preparation for the land run of 1893. I don’t know where […]

1892 April 23, Letter from Caroline Atwell Noyes to Ray Noyes

A letter from Caroline Atwell Noyes to her son Ray in Liberal, Missouri. She was staying with son Allen Marble Noyes who made the land run in 1889. The letter is courtesy of Nancy Benton. Miller Oklahoma April 23, 1892 Dear Ray. — I thought you would like to hear from Allens place I will […]

Robert Gwyn Mitchell and Lena Bell Carhart

Born 19 Oct. 1852 in Monroe Co. MO, Robert Gwyn MITCHELL was the 3rd son and fourth child of James Bourne MITCHELL and Martha Cowden DYSART. James Bourne was 31 and Martha was 27 at the time of Robert Gwyn’s birth. On 5 August 1891, in Macon Co., MO., Robert Gwyn, 38, married Lena Bell […]

A Biography of Lacsellis Dysart from “History of Randolph and Macon Counties, Missouri”

A Biography of Lacsellis Dysart from “History of Randolph and Macon Counties, Missouri”. Lacsellis was a son of John Dysart and Matilda Brooks, and brother of Martha Cowden Dysart Mitchell (my line).

A Biography of James Warren Sprague Dysart from the “History of Randolph and Macon Counties, Missouri”

A biography of James Warren Sprague Dysart from the “History of Randolph and Macon Counties, Missouri”. He was a son of John Dysart and Matilda Brooks.

Biography of William P. Dysart from the “History of Randolph and Macon Counties, Missouri”

Biography of William P. Dysart from the “History of Randolph and Macon Counties, Missouri”. He was a son of James Dysart and Martha Cowden Dysart.

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