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SMITH, JOHN FREDRICK BN @ 1873 Ray co, MO

SMITH, JOHN FREDRICK BN @ 1873 Ray co, MO

k garrett (View posts)
Posted: 23 Nov 2005 3:55AM GMT
Classification: Query
I have a John Fredrick Smith born @1873 in Hardin, Ray Co. MO. Family tradition says he had a brother named Albert and a sister Mary Elizabeth or Elizabeth Mary. He was orphaned. I think his father was, Jacob Fredrick Smith born at sea and his mother was Nancy Cuiten. John's daughter is still alive and I am trying to help her find out about him.

Re: SMITH, JOHN FREDRICK BN @ 1873 Ray co, MO

Jeanne Reed (View posts)
Posted: 30 Nov 2005 5:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
Did Nancy remarry a man surnamed GEORGE? Is there a connection between the SMITH name and name VANNOY?
Which census have you found Jacob and/or Nancy on?

Jeanne Reed

Re: SMITH, JOHN FREDRICK BN @ 1873 Ray co, MO

Posted: 4 Dec 2005 3:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have Jacob and Nancy Smith living with a Elizabeth Vannoy in 1870 Crooked River, Ray, MO. I do not know whom she remarried. Family tradition, which has not been too accurate, says she married a Summers or Somners. However, it could of been her daughter Mary Elizabeth. Could Nancy be a Vannoy?

Re: SMITH, JOHN FREDRICK BN @ 1873 Ray co, MO

Posted: 4 Dec 2005 3:40PM GMT
Classification: Query
Just saw your second question. I have them on 1870 & 1880 Crooked River, Ray, MO census records. I also have a marriage record from Ray county saying they were married in 1869. Are you familiar with Cuiten or Cuiton?

Re: SMITH, JOHN FREDRICK BN @ 1873 Ray co, MO

Posted: 5 Dec 2005 6:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
No, I'm not familiar with the surname Cuiten/Cuiton. It is interesting that my maiden name is Summers and they are from the Hardin area. I don't know of any connection to your names though. But, I did do some research at ancestry.com and came up with the following timeline. I hope it will be helpful to you.

I developed a timeline to help me sort out what I had found.

1850: page 305A 1850 Ray County Census
Milton VANNOY, Elizabeth and Mary T. DORMAN, age 16
1850: page 377B 1850 Ray County Census
William CINTON, age 25, born OH. He was a stage driver living with the William ESTES family.
1851: William SCINTON married Mary T. DORMAN, 23 Mar
1851, Ray County, MO.
1852/54: Nancy CINTON was born
1857: Mary T. CINTON married Jacob STORM 10 Mar 1857.
1860: Milton & Elizabeth VANNOY, Richard STORMS,
Nancy CINTON Ray County Census Page 7.
(Nancy CINTON & Richard STORMS must be siblings)
1868: Milton E. VANNOY died 7 Nov and buried in Hardin Cemetery
1870: page 2 Ray County Census Jacob & Mary STORMS
and children.
1870: page 9 Ray County Census Elizabeth VANNOY
1880: page 456B Ray County Census Jacob & Elizabeth
STORMS and family. A William BREWER was in the
household in 1870 & 1880.
(Maybe Mary T. died and Jacob remarried)?
I don't know what the connection is to the VANNOY family.

Jeanne

Re: SMITH, JOHN FREDRICK BN @ 1873 Ray co, MO

Posted: 5 Dec 2005 7:50AM GMT
Classification: Query
I may have found the connection between VANNOY and CINTON. At the LDS site, there is a marriage between Milton E. VANNOY and Elizabeth B. DORMAN dated 19 April 1842 in Knox County, KY. If this is Mary T. (Dorman) Cinton's mother, then she must have married a Dorman and then Milton VANNOY.

Jeanne
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