Saturday, July 14, 2018

Book Of The Week: History of Henry County, Missouri



History of Henry County, Missouri

Uel W. Lamkin

Historical Publishing Company, 1919
 Henry County (Mo.) - 880 pages



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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Finding Faulkner: The Progeny | Mary Jane Faulkner {Gen 4}


It started, as good quests always do, with a family tale.


Mary Jane Faulkner (Harrison H, Robert, Samuel, William) was born in Wayne Co, New York on March 30th 1847, to parents Harrison Horton Faulkner and Susannah Prentiss.

Mary Jane married John H Masser (1844-1924) October 30th 1867 in St Joseph, Michigan.

The couple had at least two children:

  • Harry Alvin Masser b. 28 May 1873 d. 1941 m. Artemissa Bates
  • Olive Estelle Masser b. 25 Jan 1874 d. 31 May 1924 m. Christian C Peterson

John Masser was a farmer in St Joseph, Michigan, as was his father and brothers. Mary Jane had moved with her family to Michigan shortly after the death of her mother, she was seven years old.

Mary Jane Faulkner Masser died November 30th 1904 of mitral insufficiency. She was 57 years old. Mary Jane is buried in the Mount Ulysses Cemetery in Crystal Valley, Oceana Co, MI.

John H Masser lived another 20 years, remaining a widow until his death April 16th 1924. He is buried in the Mount Ulysses Cemetery with his wife. 



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Saturday, July 7, 2018

Book Of The Week: History of Southeast Missouri


History of Southeast Missouri
A Narrative Account of Its Historical Progress, 
Its People and Its Principal Interests, 
Volume 1

Robert Sidney Douglass
Lewis Publishing Company, 1912 - Missouri



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Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Finding Faulkner: The Progeny | Lydia A Faulkner {Gen 4}



It started, as good quests always do, with a family tale.


Lydia A Faulkner (Harrison H, Robert, Samuel, William) was born in Monroe Co, New York October 30th 1844, to parents Harrison Horton Faulkner and Susannah Prentiss.

Lydia married Fernando Kinney (1843-1930) June 14th 1862 in Cass Co, Michigan.

The couple had five children: all born Cass Co, MI

  • Myrtie A "Nettie" Kinney b. Sep 1869 d. 1940 m. DeWitt C Gay
  • Anna Kinney b. 26 Jun 1864 d. bef 1880
  • Dollie E Kinney b. 17 Nov 1875 d. 25 Apr 1942 m. Arthur M Gay
  • Ola A Kinney b. 20 Oct 1881 d. 11 Aug 1901 m. George H Brown no issue
  • UFN Kinney b. UNK d. bef 1900

Lydia was the daughter of a physician, she married a farmer and lived the life of a farm wife. 

Lydia A Faulkner Kinney died August 11th 1901 of heart disease ans cirrhosis of the liver. She was 56 years old. Lydia is buried in the Mount Ulysses Cemetery in Crystal Valley, Oceana Co, Michigan.

Fernando Kinney married a second time the twice widowed Linn (Richards) Noble Carroll. 

Fernando Kinney died October 28th 1930 at the age of 87. He is buried in the Mount Ulysses Cemetery with his first wife and mother of his children, Lydia.



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Saturday, June 30, 2018

Book Of The Week: Historical Collections of Ohio



Historical Collections of Ohio
An Encyclopedia of the State, 
Volume 3

Henry Howe
H. Howe & son, 1891 - Ohio



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