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grandmacarol (#47471874)
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Bio Photo Born in Moberly, Missouri; have lived in Pilot Grove, Jefferson City, Linn and Columbia, Missouri as well as Lake Jackson, TX.

Much of my own research revolves around the Franklin County, MO. area with the Brinkmann/Cole and Brune/Weeke families and on my husband's side the Pilot Grove and St. Louis areas with the Ellebracht/Behlmann and Litteken/Weber families.

If you are researching Missouri relatives, be sure to check out the state death certificate database, found here:

Missouri Death Certificates

Cooper County cemetery information can also be found online:

Cooper county Cemeteries

Much of the information I post originates from those two sites.

Always happy to make corrections, additions or add links to memorials.

I will transfer to family as long as the memorial in question is not one of my family.

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Janet Legerski
RE: Norma D. Scott
Oh, in regard to my last message to you: I found what I thouht was to be done to either the last name or the maiden name and I was wrong, it was saying NOT to capitalize them. It's all good!
Added by Janet Legerski on Sep 02, 2014 11:03 AM
Janet Legerski
RE: Norma D. Scott
grandmacarol, I thank you so much! I appreciate the picture on her memorial page and I made the change. I remember reading that one of the two names are suppose to be all in CAPS, but I can't remember which one. But thank you!
Added by Janet Legerski on Sep 02, 2014 10:35 AM
Janet Legerski
RE: Norma D. Scott
Alright grandmacarol, I will do that, thank you.
Added by Janet Legerski on Sep 02, 2014 10:17 AM
Janet Legerski
Norma D. Scott
grandmacarol,

Hi, yes that is my Mother, LaVerne was her nickname. Her whole name ws Norma Dena Heidbrier Scott. Thank you for all you've done. Janet
Added by Janet Legerski on Sep 02, 2014 12:29 AM
John R Acton Jr
RE: John alkire
grandmacarol,

I pulled his death date directly from the obituary published in the Holt County Sentinel, 15 February 1901, page 4. It is in the fourth column about half way down.

http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn90061417/1901-02-15/ed-1/seq-4.pdf
Added by John R Acton Jr on Aug 27, 2014 1:10 PM
William Moreland Bishop, Jr.
Henry Family
Carol: How do you know that Paul Henry's Find A Grave #110403875 first name is Luther? It doesn't show on the stone. He has a brother named Luther M. Henry Find A Grave #110403880. Their Brother, John Wilcox Henry Find A Grave #18761297 is my Grandfather.

Thank you, William Bishop
Added by William Moreland Bishop, ... on Aug 24, 2014 3:02 PM
Farrar and related families
John Alkire
I do not know the answer as to his death date. Sorry.
Added by Farrar and related famili... on Aug 23, 2014 9:19 AM
Margaret Rutledge
RE: Norris family
I thank you for being so careful and for posting these graves on FindaGrave in the first place.
Added by Margaret Rutledge on Aug 22, 2014 3:32 PM
Margaret Rutledge
RE: Norris family
You ask a good question. The Norrises moved all over the country but were always drawn back to their home town in Culpeper. Two were killed in the Omaha tornado in 1913 and are buried in Culpeper.

Here's the primary information I have on Thomas William and the family he had with his first wife, Sophia Hickman. He had no children with his second wife.

Source 77: The Norris Family of Maryland and Virginia, Genealogy of Thomas Norris 1361 - 1930, Harry Alexander Davis, (1941, Transcript 4 Vols.), CS/71/N858 and Microfilm 88/5447 MicRR.
Page 577 #584 RICHARD (7) NORRIS…
Children: (1st wife)…
ii Thomas William: b 1825. He moved to Missouri in 1850’s and married prior to 1854 Sophia Hutchinson, born Missouri 1831. He is listed in Cooper Co., Mo. in 1860 as a clerk. Sophia died before 1870 and returned to Culpeper in the late 1870's.
He married (2), date and place unknown, Isabelle Herr, who was a native of Washington, D.C. about 1885 and resided at 401 Massachusetts Ave. where Thomas died 7 Feb. 1897 of apoplexy. He was buried at Culpeper, Va.
Isabella survived him a few years and resided at 417 Massachusetts Ave. Her will was probated in 1901; she mentions her sister-in-law Columbia Ann Herr who is to have the rents from land in Washington Co., Md.; names grandnieces, and nephews Leftwich and Eubank. These are not Norris relations. She is buried in Culpeper, Va. beside her husband, she had no children. Thomas had by his first wife:
1. Hall: b. 1854 Mo. He remained in Missouri when his father returned to Virginia. He married …….. and is said to have some descendants now living. He mad several visits to Virginia.
2. Allan: b. 1856, died before 1870.


Family Bible of Peter Jeremiah Norris and Cornelia Guinn Norris, Virginia Historical Society
T W Norris born March 21st 1821

Source 3219 Thomas W Norris-Sophia Hickman Marriage Record, Cooper County, Missouri, image on Ancestry.com
T. W. Norris to S. Hickman
I do hereby certify that Mr. Thomas Norris and Miss Sophia
Hickman was lawfully joined in marriage
on the first day of December 1852 by me
Recorded December 1852.
Elia George M. G.

1860 US Census, Palestine Township, Cooper County, Missouri, page 101, dwelling and household 777, 11 July 1860
Thos. W. Norris, 38, male, clerk, owns personal property $500, born Virginia
Sophire Noris, 27, female, owns personal property worth $1000, born Missouri
Hall Norris, 6, male, born Missouri
Allen Norris, 4, male, born Missouri

1870 US Census, Palestine Township, Cooper County, Missouri, page 25, dwelling and household 171, 19 September 1860
Moore, Andrew B, 37, male, white, farmer, owns real estate worth $600, owns personal property worth $600, born Missouri, US citizen eligle to vote
Rebecca Moore, 30, female, white, keeps house, born Virginia
George Moore, 10, male, white, at home, born Missouri
Norris, 3, male, white, born Missouri
Mary Peacock, 15, female, white, house girl, born Missouri
Thomas Norris, 40, male, white, farmer, owns real estate worth $2700, owns personal property worth $500, born Virginia, US citizen eligible to vote
Hall Norris, 17, male, white, works on farm, born Missouri, attended school during the year



Added by Margaret Rutledge on Aug 22, 2014 2:01 PM
William Moreland Bishop, Jr.
Clayton Cemetery, Overton
We note your memorials on the Henry family in the referenced cemetery. Would you please tie Luther #110403880 to his father Isaac Newton Henry #9123987 and his brother buried in that cemetery: Paul Henry #110403875 and we have connected Noah #134707526.
Obituaries and family info say Catharine Henry the mother is buried in the family plot with the children who died young. Also there's children Dora Ellis Henry b May 21, 1871, d Apr 12, 1886 and William Forest Henry b Aug 26, 1867 and d Oct 20, 2886, her children. Can you determine if they are buried there or somewhere else in Cooper Co. Thank you for your help.
Added by William Moreland Bishop, ... on Aug 22, 2014 12:06 PM
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