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Goodspeed's History Of Montgomery County, Missouri

GOODSPEED'S

HISTORY

OF

MONTGOMERY

COUNTY, MISSOURI,

WRITTEN AND COMPILED

FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC OFFICIAL AND PRIVATE SOURCES, 

INCLUDING A HISTORY OF THEIR

TOWNSHIPS, TOWNS AND VILLAGES,

 

This 546 page book contains a new 17 page index. And, is printable, searchable and has a cut and paste option.

 

Table of CONTENTS

 

HISTORY OF MISSOURI.

______CHAPTER I.

LOUISIANA PURCHASE

Brief Historical Sketch

CHAPTER II.

DESCRIPTIVE AND GEOGRAPHICAL.

Name ‑‑ Extent ‑‑ Surface ‑‑ Rivers ‑‑ Timber ‑‑ Climate ‑ Prairies ‑‑ Soils ‑‑ Population by Counties

CHAPTER III.

GEOLOGY OF MISSOURI.

Classification of Rocks ‑‑ Quatenary Formation‑ Tertiary‑ Cretacious ‑‑ Carboniferous ‑‑ Devonian‑ Silurian ‑‑ Azoic ‑‑ Economic Geology ‑‑ Coal ‑‑ Iron ‑‑ Lead ‑­Copper ‑‑ Zinc ‑‑ Building Stone ‑‑ Marble ‑‑ Gypsum ‑‑ Lime ‑‑ Clays ‑‑ Paints ‑­Springs ‑‑ Water Power

CHAPTER IV.

TITLE AND EARLY SETTLEMENTS.

Title to Missouri Lands ‑Right of Discovery ‑‑ Title of France and Spain – Cession to the United States ‑‑ Territorial Changes ‑‑ Treaties with Indians ‑‑ First Settle­ment‑ Ste. Genevieve and New Bourbon ‑‑ St. Louis ‑When Incorporated ‑­Potosi ‑‑ St. Charles Portage des Sioux ‑‑ New Madrid ‑‑ St. Francois County ‑­Perry ‑‑ Mississippi ‑‑ Loutre Island ‑"Boone's Lick"‑ Cote Sans Dessein ‑‑Howard County‑- Some First Things ‑‑ Counties ‑When Organized.

CHAPTER V.

TERRITORIAL ORGANIZATION

Organization 1812 ‑‑ Council ‑‑ House of Representatives ‑‑ William Clark First Territorial Governor‑Edward Hempstead First Delegate ‑ Spanish Grants‑First General Assembly ‑Proceedings ‑Second Assembly ‑Proceedings ‑Population of Territory‑Vote of Territory ‑ Rufus Easton ‑‑ Absent Members‑Third Assembly ‑‑ Proceedings ‑Application for Admission

CHAPTER VI.

Application of Missouri to be Admitted into the Union ‑‑ Agitation of the Slavery Question‑" Missouri Compromise" ‑ Constitutional Convention of 1820‑ Constitution Presented to Congress ‑‑ Further resistance to Admission ‑‑ Mr. Clay and his Committee make Report‑Second Compromise ‑Missouri Admitted 31‑37

CHAPTER VII.

MISSOURI AS A STATE.

First Election for Governor and other State Officers ‑Senators and Representatives to General Assembly‑ Sheriffs and Coroners ‑‑ U. S. Senators ‑Representatives in Congress ‑‑ Supreme Court Judges ‑‑ Counties Organized ‑‑ Capital Moved to St. Charles ‑‑ Official Record of Territorial and State Officers . .

CHAPTER VIII.

CIVIL WAR IN MISSOURI.

Fort Sumpter Fired Upon ‑‑ Call for 75,000 Men ‑‑ Gov. Jackson Refuses to Furnish a Man ‑‑U. S. Arsenal at Liberty, Mo., seized‑Proclamation of Gov. Jackson--General Order No. 7‑ Legislature Convenes ‑Camp Jackson Organized ‑‑ Sterling Price Appointed Major‑General ‑Frost's Letter to Lyon ‑Lyon's Letter to Frost--Surrender of Camp Jackson ‑‑ Proclamation of Gen. Harney ‑Conference between Price and Harney ‑ Harney Superseded by Lyon‑Second Conference‑Gov. Jackson Burns the Bridges behind Him ‑Proclamation of Gov. Jackson ‑‑ Gen. Blair Takes Possession of Jefferson City‑ Proclamation of Lyon‑‑Lyon at Springfield‑ State Offices Declared Vacant ‑Gen. Fremont Assumes Command--Proclamation of Lieut.‑Gov. Reynolds ‑‑ Proclamation of Jeff. Thompson and Gov. Jackson ‑‑ Death of Gen. Lyon ‑‑ Succeeded by Sturgis ‑‑ Proclamation of McCulloch and Gamble ‑‑ Martial Law Declared ‑‑ Second Proclamation of Jeff. Thompson ‑‑ President Modifies Fremont's Order ‑‑ Fremont Relieved by Hunter ‑‑ Proc­lamation of Price‑Hunter's Order of Assessment‑Hunter Declares Martial Law‑Order Relating to Newspapers ‑ Halleck Succeeds Hunter ‑ Halleck's Order No. 18‑ Similar Order by Halleck ‑‑ Boone County Standard Confiscated ‑­Execution of Prisoners at Macon and Palmyra‑Gen. Ewing's Order No. 11--Gen. Rosecrans Takes Command‑Massacre at Centralia‑Death of Bill Anderson‑ Gen. Dodge Succeeds Gen. Rosecrans ‑List of Battles

CHAPTER IX.

EARLY MILITARY RECORD.

Black Hawk War ‑Mormon Difficulties ‑‑ Florida War ‑‑ Mexican War.

CHAPTER X.

AGRICULTURE AND MATERIAL WEALTH.

Missouri as an Agricultural State‑The Different Crops‑Live Stock‑Horses--Mules ‑‑ Much Cows ‑‑ Oxen and Other Cattle ‑‑ Sheep ‑‑ Hogs ‑‑ Comparisons ‑­Missouri Adapted to Live Stock ‑‑ Cotton ‑‑ Broom Corn and Other Products ‑­Fruits ‑‑ Berries ‑‑ Grapes ‑‑ Railroads ‑‑ First Neigh of the "Iron Horse in Mis­souri ‑‑ Names of Railroads ‑‑ Manufactures ‑ Great Bridge at St. Louis.

CHAPTER XI.

EDUCATION.

Public School System ‑‑ Public School System of Missouri ‑‑ Lincoln Institute ‑‑ Officers of Public School System‑ Certificates of Teachers ‑‑ University of Missouri ‑‑Schools ‑‑ Colleges ‑Institutions of Learning ‑‑ Location‑ Libraries ‑‑ News‑papers and Periodicals ‑No. of School Children ‑Amount Expended‑ Value of Grounds and Buildings ‑" The Press"

CHAPTER XII.

RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS.

Baptist Church Its History ‑Congregational ‑When Founded‑Its History ‑­Christian Church ‑Its History ‑Cumberland Presbyterian Church‑ Its History--Methodist Episcopal Church‑Its History‑ Presbyterian Church ‑Its History‑-Protestant Episcopal Church‑Its History‑United Presbyterian Church‑Its History‑ Unitarian Church‑Its History‑Roman Catholic Church‑Its History.

CHAPTER XIII.

ADMINISTRATION OF GOVERNOR CRITTENDEN.

Nomination and Election of Thomas T. Crittenden ‑‑ Personal Mention ‑‑ Marmaduke's Candidacy ‑‑ Stirring Events ‑‑ Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad ‑‑ Death of Jesse James ‑‑ The Fords ‑‑ Pardon of the Gamblers.

 

 

 

HISTORY OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY MISSOURI.

CHAPTER I.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND EARLY HISTORY.

General Description ‑‑ Topography ‑‑ Soil ‑‑ Streams ‑‑ Agriculture ‑‑ Horticulture ‑Tobacco‑Economic Geology‑Dr. Maughs on the Mineral Resources in 1837--Railroads ‑‑ Early History ‑‑ The First Europeans ‑‑ Advent of the French ‑‑ The Mysterious Stone House on the Loutre ‑The First Americans ‑Under American Domination ‑Settlements and Settlers on Loutre Island.

CHAPTER II.

DURING THE INDIAN WARS.

First Troubles with the Indians ‑The Ill‑fated Expedition of Five Loutre Islanders in Pursuit of Indian Horse‑thieves‑The War of 1812‑Indian Treaties, Plans and Purposes ‑‑ A General Uprising of the Savages ‑‑ Harris Massey, the First Victim of the War in Montgomery County ‑‑ Killing of Daniel Dougherty ‑‑ Adventure of Jacob Groom and Jackey Stewart at Big Spring‑Capt. Callaway's Defeat ‑‑ Sketch of the Brave Ranger and His Company ‑‑ His Encounter with the Indians, and His Death and Burial ‑ Dr. M. M. Maughs' Account ‑‑ Other Events of the War.

CHAPTER III.

FROM THE CLOSE OF THE INDIAN WARS TO 1820.

Close of the War of 1812‑Treaty with the Indians‑List of the Principal Settlers of the County before 1820, with their Locations, etc. ‑‑ Old Lewis Jones ‑‑ Early Aristocrats‑‑ Quashquama, the Friend of the Whites‑First Steamboats up the Missouri, the Independence and the Western Engineer ‑Organization ‑‑Pinckney, the First County Seat ‑‑ First County Officials ‑‑ The Weather in Early Days.

CHAPTER IV.

INCIDENTS OF PIONEER LIFE IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY.

Character of the First Settlers ‑‑ The First Settlements ‑‑ Objections to Prairies - -D. Beck on Prairies ‑‑ First Mills ‑‑ Game and Wild Animals: Elk, Deer, Bear Wolves, Panthers, etc.‑ Sundry Adventures of Certain Pioneers with the "Varmints" of Early Days ‑‑ Crops and Crop Raising‑‑Cotton, Flax and Nettles- Dress of the Pioneers ‑‑ The Settlers' Bills of Fare ‑‑ Pioneer Weddings ‑­keeping Incidents ‑‑ Pioneer Preachers, etc.

CHAPTER V.

LEADING INCIDENTS FROM 1820 TO 1830.

Montgomery County after the Admission of Missouri into the Union – Establishment of the Boone's Lick Road and Stage Line ‑‑ First Fourth of July Celebration ‑‑ Dr. Beck on Some of the Features of the County in 1822 ‑Poor Markets ‑‑ Removal of the County Seat to Danville‑First Murder in the County and First Legal Execution‑‑John Tanner Killed by His Negro Man "Moses" ‑‑ Hanging of "Moses" – Miscellaneous.

 

CHAPTER VI.

GENERAL HISTORY OF THE COUNTY FROM 1830 TO 1861.

Murder of William Kent by Wailer Graves ‑‑ During the Black Hawk War ‑‑ Visit of Washington Irving ‑" The Falling of the Stars" ‑ Organization of Warren County‑Removal of the County Seat‑‑The St. Louis Railroad Convention--Montgomery County in 1837 ‑Early National Elections ‑‑ The Florida and Mormon Wars ‑‑ The Political Canvass of 1840 ‑" Hard Times "‑Murder of John Pear­son by his Son‑in‑Law, John Freeman ‑‑ Hanging of Freeman ‑‑ The "Jackson Resolutions "‑Miscellaneous Events from 1844 to 1852‑ Murder of Caroline Scholten by John Huting –Execution of Huting‑- The Native Americans‑- Miscellaneous ‑‑ Census of 1860‑‑ The Presidential Campaign of 1860 ‑After the Presidential Election ‑The Legislature of 1860‑61.

CHAPTER VII.

LEADING EVENTS OF 1861.

Election of Delegates to the State Convention‑The Work of the Convention ‑‑ The Winter of 1861 ‑‑ After Fort Sumpter‑ The First Federal Troops ‑‑ First Bloodshed in the County ‑‑ Atrocious Murder of Maj. Benj. Sharp and Lieut. A. Yager, by Alvin Cobb's Men ‑‑ A Skirmish ‑‑ Retaliation ‑Murder of Terrill Nunnelly', and Bishop by the Federals ‑‑ Military Operations ‑‑ Troops for Gen. Price's Army‑ Miscellan­eous War Items During the Year 1861 ‑‑ Murder of McGlatchey, a Union Man, near Bluffton‑The Raids on the Railroads‑‑A Montgomery County Company for Price's Army ‑Mount Zion Fight‑ Invasion and Occupation of the County by Federal Troops.

CHAPTER VIII.

EVENTS OF THE YEARS 1863 AND 1864.

Organization of the Missouri State Militia, Co. C, Ninth M. S. M. ‑‑ A Company for the Union Army ‑‑ Taking the Oath ‑‑ Organization of the Enrolled Missouri Militia‑- Sixty‑Seventh Regiment E. M. M.‑- Miscellaneous ‑‑Killing of Joe Cole ‑‑1863‑-- Raid on Rhineland ‑‑ November Election, 1863 ‑‑ Troops in the Federal Service ‑‑ 1864 ‑‑ Miscellaneous ‑‑ Killing of Col. Brewer and His Son and of Fridley and His Son by the Federals‑‑Two More Companies for the Union Army‑During the Invasion of Gen. Price.

CHAPTER IX.

THE CONFEDERATE GUERRILLA RAIDS OF 1864.

The Second Raid on Rhineland‑ Hancock's Band Descends on the Place‑Brutal Murder of Henry Bresser‑‑Miles Price's Raid on High Hill and Jonesburg—Bill Anderson's Raid ‑‑ He Attacks and Burns Danville ‑‑ Murders Five Citizens‑ Plun­ders the Stores and Destroys the Public Records ‑‑ Goes to New Florence ‑‑ Robs the Stores and Burns the Depot‑ On to High Hill‑Repeats the Performances at New Florence‑Turns Back‑Is Followed by the Enrolled Militia and Routed--Killing of Five Innocent Citizens of the County by the Militia‑Full and Authentic Particulars Never Before Published.

CHAPTER X.

LEADING EVENTS FROM 1865 TO 1870.

Enrolling in the Militia‑" Richmond has Fallen ‑ The War Over ‑‑A Robber Raid‑Al. Gentry's Expedition into Callaway and Fight with, and Defeat by Bush­whackers ‑‑ Encounter with Barker's Bushwhackers at Sayer's Mill ‑‑ Killing of Sergt. Bunch ‑‑Adoption of the "Drake" Constitution‑ Help for the Suffering South ‑‑The Political Campaign of 1866‑67 ‑‑Fatal Affrays ‑‑Building the Present Court House ‑‑ 1868 ‑The Political Campaign‑‑Presidential Election, 1868.

CHAPTER XI.

MISCELLANEOUS EVENTS FROM 1870 TO 1884.

The Political Canvass of 1870 ‑Robbery of Steck's Store on Loutre Island ‑‑ Organi­zation of Municipal Townships ‑‑ Killing of Patrick Cain by James J. Douglass ‑­Census of 1880 Compared with 1870‑ ‑Robbery in Loutre Township by the Day Gang‑The Trouble with the "King Boys," near Americus, in Loutre Township--Murder of Mrs. Austin‑Death of George Baughman, “The Montgomery County Hermit" ‑Principal Elections from and Including 1872 to 1884.

CHAPTER XII.

PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP.

Position and Description ‑‑ Early Settlement ‑‑ Murder of Turner Gooch ‑‑ During the Civil War ‑‑ First Troops, Union and Confederate ‑‑ Country Churches ‑-Middletown ‑‑ Location, etc. ‑‑ Early History ‑‑ Miscellaneous ‑‑ Killing of Wm.  Dillon ‑‑ Incorporation ‑‑ Newspapers ‑‑ Churches ‑‑ Secret Orders m Biographical.

CHAPTER XIII.

BEAR CREEK TOWNSHIP.

Position and Description‑Early Settlers and Settlements‑ The Lynching of Wm.  Looker‑A Tragedy of the Civil War‑Murder of Wm.  Finney‑‑Fatal Railroad Accident ‑‑ Country Churches ‑‑ High Hill ‑‑ Early History ‑Anderson's Raid ‑‑ After the War ‑‑ Tragedies ‑‑ Killing of Thomas Miller and Joel Jones ‑Church ‑‑ Jonesburg ‑‑ Early History ‑‑ Founding of the Town ‑‑ The Civil War – Shooting of Edward McCullom by Thos. Hess –‑Since 1865 ‑- Newspapers, Churches, etc.‑- Price's Branch ‑‑ Biographical

CHAPTER XIV.

LOUTRE TOWNSHIP.

Position and Description‑The Bluffs and Streams ‑"Pinnacle Rock"‑‑Early Settlements and Pioneers ‑‑ The Settlements on Loutre Island ‑‑ Fort Clemson – Snethen’s Settlement on Dry Fork‑The "Big Spring" Settlement‑Early His­torical Items ‑‑ Villages of Loutre Township ‑‑ Rhineland ‑‑ Americus – Bluffton ‑-Big Spring‑Country Churches‑Biographical.

CHAPTER XV.

DANVILLE TOWNSHIP.

Position and Description -‑Geology and Archeology -‑Early History-‑Pioneer Settlers and Settlements ‑‑ Thos. Massey Robt. Graham Maj. Van Bibber Daniel M. Boone and Others ‑Items of Early History ‑Country Churches ‑Danville ‑­Founding of the Town ‑‑ First Inhabitants ‑‑ Miscellaneous History‑ Incorporation‑-M. E. Church South‑Masonic Lodge‑New Florence‑Origin and Early History -‑ Miscellaneous Mention ‑The Cyclone of 1867‑ Items ‑Newspapers ‑-Creamery ‑‑ Churches and Sunday‑schools ‑‑ Secret Orders ‑‑ Mineola ‑‑ Early History‑ Maj. Van Bibber's Settlement‑ Sketch of the Old Major‑ Sketch of Mineola Proper‑Biographical.

CHAPTER XVI.

MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP.

Position and Description ‑‑ Early History ‑‑ County Churches ‑ Montgomery City ‑Early History‑Benj. B. Curd‑Laying Out the Town‑How the Location of the Railroad was Secured ‑‑Names of the First Citizens ‑First Stores, etc. ‑‑ General Historical Sketch ‑Tragedies ‑‑ Killing of Bob Harris ‑‑ Mobbing of George Richards ‑ Killing of "Pack" Slavens ‑‑Leading Institutions‑ Steam Mills ‑Tobacco Factory‑Tow Mills‑ Newspapers ‑‑ Fair Association ‑‑ Churches ‑­Public School‑ Secret Orders‑Biographical.

CHAPTER XVII.

UPPER LOUTRE TOWNSHIP.

Position and Description ‑‑ Early History ‑‑ Wellsville – In War Times ‑‑ After the War‑‑ Incorporation ‑‑ Public Schools – Newspapers ‑ Churches ‑‑ Secret Orders-- Biographical.

 

 

Index: Abbington, Abrams, Adams, Adkins, Akers, Alexander, Allen, Allens, Alley, Allison, Ames, Amsell, Anderson, Andrews, Angell, Annent, Appleton, Appling, Archer, Armstrong, Arnold, Arthur, Ashbrook, Ashcraft, Ashley, Asper, Aston, Atchison, Atkinson, Atterbury, Augney, Austin, Aydelott, Baber, Bachman, Bachmann, Bacon, Badger, Bagley, Bailey, Baird, Baker, Ball, Ballentine, Banks, Bannister, Barbee, Barcroft, Barefoot, Barker, Barnard, Barnes, Barnett, Barrett, Bartlett, Barton, Bassard, Bast, Batchelor, Bates, Baugh, Baughman, Baur, Bay, Beacham, Beales, Beatty, Beaver, Beck, Bell, Benjamin, Benton, Bernard, Best, Bethel, Bettis, Beuther, Bibb, Bierbaum, Bigelow, Biggs, Bingham, Birch, Birdwell, Bishop, Bixby, Black, Blacks, Blain, Blair, Blake, Blakey, Blame, Blanchard, Bland, Blattner, Bliss, Blow, Blue, Bodine, Bodkin, Boernstein, Boggs, Bogy, Bohrer, Bollinger, Bolton, Bond, Bonicourt, Bonnel, Booher, Boon, Boone, Botting, Bourne, Bowen, Bower, Bowers, Bowles, Bowlin, Boyce, Boyd, Boyer, Bradley, Brainbridge, Bran, Brandt, Bransteter, Branstetter, Bratton, Bray, Breckinridge, Bresser, Breton, Brewer, Bridges, Briggs, Britt, Brizandine, Broadhead, Broadwater, Brockmeyer, Brookes, Brooks, Brotherton, Broughton, Brower, Brown,  Bruce, Brule, Bruner, Bryan, Bryant, Buchanan, Buck, Buckner, Buffington, Bull, Bullet, Bunch, Burbridge, Burdett, Burford, Burger, Burke, Burlingame, Burnham, Burrows, Burton, Busby, Bush, Bust, Bynum, Byrd, Byron, Cabanne, Cabell, Cahey, Cain, Caldwell, Caley, Callahan, Callaway, Calvin, CAMERON, Camp, Campbell, Canby, Cannon, Cant, Canton, Carlyle, Carpenter, Carr, Carroll, Carson, CARTER, Carthrae, Cartwright, Caruthers, Case, Casey, Cason, Castle, Cater, Cavenor, Chadwick, Chalfant, Chapin, Chappell, Chariton, Chestnut, Childers, Chinn, Chouteau, Christie, Christy, Church, Claiborne, Clanton, Clare, Clark, Clarkson, Clary, Clayton, Clements, Clemson, Cline, Clopper, Clover, Clure, Cluster, Coates, Coats, Cobb,  Cobbs, Cochran, Cockrell, Coddle, Coffman, Colbert, Cole, Coleman, Coles, Colfax, Conger, Conklin, Connor, Conran, Conyers, Cook, Cooke, Coons, Cooper, Coopers, Cope, Corn, Cornett, Cottle, Covington, Cowan, Cox, Coyle, Craig, Crane, Cravens, Crawford, Crittenden, Crochett, Crockett, Crosthwaite, Crouch, Cruse, Crutcher, Culbertson, Cullurn, Culpeper, Culpp, Cummings, Cummins, Cunningham, Curd, Currier, Curtis, Cushman, Cutler, Cutter, Dallmeyer, Danks, Darby, Darnell, Darrell, Davault, David, Davidson, Davis, Dawson, Day, De Bolt, De Jarnette, De Koty, Dearin, Deering, Delassus, Demott, Dempsey, Dennis, Denoe, Devine, Devinna, Dickey, Didier, Diggs, Dill, Dillard, Dillon, Dines, Dodge, Donaldson, Doniphan, Donnymead, Doolittle, Dorsey, Dougherty, Douglas, Douglass, Downing, Drake, Draper, Driscoll, Drury, Dryden, Dubois, Duckworth, Dudgeon, Dudley, Duff, Duffy, Dunaway, Duncan, Dunklin, Dunnica, Dutton, Duvall, Dwyer, Dyer, Eads, Eames, Earickson, Early, Easley, Easton, Edis, Edmondson, Edmonson, Edwards, Elders, Eliot, Elliot, Elliott, Ellis, Elmore, Elrod, Elsea, Elsinradt, Elston, Elton, Emley, Emmons, England, English, Enslen, Epperson, Estlein, Evans, Evered, Everett, Ewing, Fagg, Fair, Fallet, Fand, Farmer, Farr, Farrar, Farthing, Faulkner, Fehlings, Ferguson, Field, Fields, Fife, Filkins, Findley, Findly, Finklenburg, Finney, Fipps, Fischer, Fisher, Fitzgerald, Fitzhugh, Flaugherty, Fleet, Fletchell, Fletcher, Flood, Florence, Flucht, Ford, Fords, Forist, Forshey, Foster, Fourt, Franklin, Frayser, Frazier, Freeland, Freeman, Fremont, French, Fridley, Frost, Fulkerson, Fuller, Fulton, Funk, Fuqua, Galbreath, Gallaher, Gamble, Gammeter, Gammon, Gardener, Gardenhire, Gardner, Garrett, Garwood, Gates, Gatewood, Gensert, Gentry, Getty, Geyer, Gibbs, Gibson, Gidding, Giddings, Gilbert, Gill, Gillan, Gilliland, Gilmore, Gilpin, Gipler, Gleason, Glenn, Gloe, Glover, Goddard, Godfrey, Godlove, Goen, Goesen, Gooch, Goodbye, Goodman, Goodrich, Goram, Gordon, Gore, Gouley, Graham, Grandfield, Granfield, Granger, Grant, Gravelly, Graves, Gray, Green, Greer, Gregory, Grennan, Griffin, Griffith, Grimes, Griswold, Groom, Grooms, Groshong, Groteveil, Groves, Guitar, Gupton, Guthridge, Gutmann, Haff, Hagan, Hailip, Haines, Hall, Halleck, Halley, Ham, Hamilton, Hamlin, Hammack, Hammer, Hammett, Hammond, Hampton, Hance, Hancock, Hansford, Hardin, Harding, Harness, Harney, Harper, Harrington, Harris, Harrison, Hart, Hasler, Hatch, Hatcher, Hatton, Havens, Hawker, Hawkins, Hawks, Hayden, Hayes, Haynes, Hays, Hayward, Hazeltine, Hazleton, Head, Healington, Heath, Hehner, Heisterkamp, Heite, Hempstead, Henchel, Hendershott, Henderson, Hendricks, Henry, Hensley, Henton, Henze, Herman, Herron, Hess, Hestenbach, Heying, Hibbert, Hickerson, Hickman, Hicks, Hill, Himes, Hines, Hinkle, Hoage, Hobbs, Hockaday, Hodgins, Hoff, Hogan, Hoge, Hogett, Hogge, Hogsett, Hogue, Holladay, Holland, Hollett, Holliday, Hollister, Holloway, Holmes, Holtwick, Hook, Hopkins, Horrell, Horth, Horton, Hoss, Hough, House, Houts, Howard, Howe, Howell, Howison, Hoyle, Hubbard, Huddleston, Hudnall, Hudson, Hughes, Hughlett, Hugly, Huke, Hulen, Hunt, Hunter, Huntington, Hurlbut, Hurrystone, Hutchings, Hutchins, Hutchinson, Huth, Huting, Hutton, Hutz, Hyde, Ingram, Isham, Ittner, Jackman, Jacks, Jackson, Jacob, Jacobius, Jacobs, Jager, James, Jameson, Jamison, Janssen, Jarbo, Jasper, Jefferson, Jenkins, Jenness, Jennings, Jeter, Jewell, Jewett, Johnson, Johnston, Jones,  Jordan, Kallmeyer, Kannar, Katemann, Kauffman, Kay, Kearney, Keel, Keeney, Keep, Keeth, Keith, Keithley, Kellar, Kelley, Kelly, Kelsick, Kelsoe, Kemp, Kemper, Kempinski, Kempinsky, Kendrick, Kenrick, Kent, Keokuk, Kepfer, Kerr, Ketchum, Kibbe, Kibby, Kibler, Killmeary, Kimball, Kimble, Kincaid, King, Kirby, Kirk, Kirn, Kirtley, Kisner, Kizner, Klise, Knapp, Knott, Knox, Krekel, Kuettle, Lacy, Lafayette, Lafland, Lagron, Lail, Lamb, Lampton, Lane, Langley, Lark, Laughlin, Laussat, Law, Lawrence, Layson, Le Count, Le Fevre, Leach, Leavell, Ledbetter, Lee, Lehnen, Lennington, Lens, Lensing, Lewis, Lichte, Lilburn, Lillard, Lindsey, Linn, Lionberger, Lipscomb, Livingsburger, Livingston, Llewellyn, Lloyd, Loan, Locke, Loens, Logan, Long, Longhead, Longhein, Looker, Lorton, Loughead, Louton, Love, Lovelace, Loving, Lowery, Loyad, Loyd, Lucas, Lynn, Lyon, Lytle, M'Cay, Mackay, Madison, Mahoney, Malcomb, Mallerson, Maloy, Manning, Mansfield, Marion, Marlow, Marmaduke, Marrichall, Marten, Martin, Marvin, Mason, Massey, Masterson, Mateer, Matthews, Maughs, Maupin, Maxwell, McAfee, McArthur, McBride, McCabe, McCaffery, McCall, McCammon, McCanne, McCanns, McCart, McCarthy, McCarty, McClanahan, McClary, McClearey, McCleary, McClellan, McClentic, McClintic, McClintock, McClure, McClurg, McConklin, McConnell, McCormack, McCormick, McCoy, McCrary, McCulloch, McCullom, McCune, McDaniel, McDermid, McDermon, McDermot, McDonald, McElhany, McElroy, McFarlan, McFarlane, McFerron, McGarvin, McGee, McGirk, McGlatchey, McGrath, McGready, McIlhany, McIntire, McIntyre, McKay, McKee, McKeily, McKilvey, McKinney, McMahan, McMechon, McMullin, McMurtry, McNair, McNeely, McNeil, McNeiley, McNeill, McNeily, McNichol, McQuay, McQuie, Means, Mears, Meek, Meigs, Melter, Menrin, Mercer, Metcalf, Meyer, Meyers, Middleton, Millan, Miller,  Millikan, Milliken, Mills, Milton, Minor, Mitchell, Modissett, Monnig, Monroe, Montgomery, Montjar, Moody, Moore, Moresh, Morgan, Moriarty, Morris, Morrison, Morse, Morton, Mosby, Moseley, Mosely, Mounts, Mudd, Mullen, Mulligan, Muns, Murdock, Murphy, Musick, Myer, Myers, Nally, Napton, Nation, Neeley, Neff, Neidegerke, Neile, Nellison, Nelson, Nettle, Nettles, Newcomb, Newland, Newlee, Nilkes, Noble, Noel, Noland, Norman, Norton, Nowlin, Nunnelly, O'Brien, O’Neil, Oechsli, Offutt, Ogelvie, Olfrey, Oliver, Ooley, Orr, Osborn, Ostick, Otey, Otta, Overall, Overly, Overstreet, Owen, Owens, Owings, Oxley, Page, Paine, Palmer, Parish, Parker, Parkey, Parrish, Parsons, Pate, Patten, Patterson, Patton, Pattons, Paxton, Payne, Pearl, Pearson, Peck, Peery, Pegram, Pendleton, Penn, Pennewell, Pennington, Penny, Percy, Perkins, Perry, Persinger, Peterman, Pettibone, Pettis, Petty, Peveler, Peverley, Pew, Phelps, Philips, Phillips, Phipps, Pigeon, Pigg, Pike, Pile, Pilman, Pinckney, Pinkney, Pitman, Pitt, Pittman, Plunkett, Pocoke, Poindexter, Pointlow, Polk, Pollard, Popineau, Porter, Portercheck, Potts, Powell, Powers, Prather, Pratt, Pratte, Prentiss, Price, Prince, Pritchett, Puckett, Pugh, Pullington, Pullis, Purl, Purvis, Quashquama, Quick, Rain, Rains, Ramsey, Randolph, Rawson, Ray, Rea, Reading, Rector, Redd, Redman, Reed, Reeves, Reid, Relfe, Renkin, Reynolds, Rhodecker, Rhodes, Rice, Richard, Richards, Richardson, Riddick, Rider, Rifflemarcher, Rigg, Riggs, Riley, Rincheval, Rittenhouse, Rixey, Roach, Robards, Robb, Robbins, Roberts, Robertson, Robinet, Robins, Robinson, Robnett, Rock, Rodgers, Rodman, Rogers, Rohrer, Roley, Rollins, Rosatti, Rose, Rosecrans, Rosenberger, Ross, Rothwell, Rounce, Rowe, Roy, Ruby, Ruff, Rundlett, Russell, Rutter, Ryan, Ryland, Sabourin, Sailor, Salisbury, Sallee, Salmon, Sanders, Sanderson, Sanford, Saulsbury, Savers, Sawyer, Sayers, Scanland, Scarry, Schaeffer, Schambach, Schilholtz, Schofield, Scholton, Schowengerdt, Schroff, Schultener, Schultz, Schumacher, Schurz, Schwendker, Scott, Sears, See, Seller, Sergeant, Settles, Sewell, Seymour, Shackelford, Shackleford, Shambaugh, Shaner, Shannon, Shares, Sharff, Sharp, Shaw, Sheets, Shelor, Shelton, Sherman, Sherwood, Shields, Shipherd, Shirk, Shocklee, Shore, Shores, Short, Shrader, Shumate, Shurlds, Sigel, Sigler, Simmons, Simonds, Simons, Simpson, Sims, Sinclair, Sisk, Skelton, Skinner, Slack, Slavens, Smith,  Snead, Sneathan, Snethen, Somers, Sox, Sparks, Spear, Spencer, Spiers, Spinsby, Spitzhirn, Spry, Stanard, Stanton, Starnater, Staudthart, Steck, Steele, Steere, Stein, Steiner, Stelle, Stemmons, Stephens, Stephenson, Stetson, Stevens, 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