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1900 Census all SMITH in Richland, Stoddard County, Missouri

1900 Census all SMITH in Richland, Stoddard County, Missouri

Theresa (View posts)
Posted: 5 Nov 2006 5:06AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: SMITH
I am trying to find someone who connects to Cornelius SMITH below. ( see census below )

Thank You,

Theresa theresagriffiths@iwon.com




1900 United States Federal Census

Name Parent or spouse names Home in 1900
(City,County,State) Birth Year Birthplace Race Relation

Wm M Smith Sarah Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1848 Tennessee White Head

Sarah Smith Wm M Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1851 Missouri White Wife

Wm F Smith Wm M,
Sarah Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1877 Missouri White Son

Albert S Smith Wm M,
Sarah Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1880 Missouri White Son

Robert L Smith Wm M,
Sarah Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1883 Missouri White Son

Birdie Smith Wm M,
Sarah Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1786 Missouri White Daughter

Orlando Smith Wm M,
Sarah Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1886 Missouri White Son

Maurine Smith Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1897 Missouri White Boarder

Cornel ( Cornelius ) Smith Lucy Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1860 Illinois White Head

Lucy Smith Cornel Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1845 Kentucky White Wife

Samuel Smith Marget Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1830 Tennessee White Head

Marget Smith Samuel Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1841 Tennessee White Wife

Frank C Smith Sarah Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1867 Tennessee White Head

Sarah Smith Frank C Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1873 Missouri White Wife

Clarence Smith Frank C,
Sarah Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1899 Missouri White Son

Nellie Smith Frank C,
Sarah Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1895 Missouri White Daughter

George Smith Elza C Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1858 Illinois White Head

Elza C Smith George Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1868 Illinois White Wife

Cora Smith George,
Elza C Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1888 Illinois White Daughter

Oscar Smith George,
Elza C Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1895 Illinois White Son

Callie Smith George,
Elza C Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1898 Missouri White Daughter

Eliher t Smith Mary A Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1866 Missouri White Head

Mary A Smith Eliher t Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1873 Illinois White Wife

Jno H Smith Nancy A Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1853 Tennessee White Head

Nancy A Smith Jno H Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1860 Missouri White Wife

William L Smith Jno H,
Nancy A Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1881 Missouri White Son

Otis A Smith Jno H,
Nancy A Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1887 Missouri White Son

Bessie B Smith Jno H,
Nancy A Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1889 Missouri White Daughter

Daisy B Smith Jno H,
Nancy A Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1898 Missouri White Daughter

Sam Smith Mary F Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1847 Tennessee White Head

Mary F Smith Sam Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1856 Missouri White Wife

Vergie Smith Sam,
Mary F Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1895 Missouri White Daughter

Birdie Smith Sam,
Mary F Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1895 Missouri White Daughter

Oscar Smith Sam,
Mary F Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1883 Missouri White Son

Sandy A Smith Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1881 Missouri White Boarder

Lo R Smith Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1877 Missouri White Boarder

Ester M Smith Richland, Stoddard, Missouri abt 1897 Missouri White Granddaughter

Re: 1900 Census all SMITH in Richland, Stoddard County, Missouri

Barbara Taylor Henderson (View posts)
Posted: 5 Nov 2006 1:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
William H. Smith...this is what I have.


W. Henry Smith
W. Henry Smith3. He married Sarah Jane Henson.

Notes for W. Henry Smith:
Any way, my most current discovery is this: An aritcle in the Marble Hill press dated August 30, 1894 states;

Shot by a "friend' - "The only thing that I regret is that I was killed by a man whom I thought my best friend." These were the words of W.H. Smith as he lay dying at the residence of his brother - in-law, Dr. E.P. Biggs on Union Street, at one o'clock last Sunday morning from the effects of a pistol shot, in the hands of Henry Billings at 9:30 o'clock Saturday evening.

Smith lived but four hours after receiving the mortal wound. The men each about 22 years old had been about town together for some time during the evening and had been drinking some. To those who saw them they appeared to be on the best of terms, and in fact they had been, apparently, chums, since Smith's arrival from a western trip about a month ago.

They went into Burkett's restaurant about 8:30 and Smith ordered a lunch, at the same time inviting Billings to eat with him. He declined and also declined an offered glass of cider. Smith ate his lunch and during the meal was called to the door by Billings and a short conversation was had. No one knows what was said, however. They then went to J.H. Lutes' grocery store and restaurant and Smith called for dried beef. When the beef had been secured Billings remarked: "You have already eat everthing Burkett had, are you going to eat all that Lutes has?"

"Yes sir, I am man enough to do it" replied Smith.

Several remarks of this nature passed, suppolsed by the clerk, H. F. Steele, Richard Phelps, Albert Revelle, Andrew Stickler, Charles Hobbs, Sankey Phelps and Harry Wann the only other person in the store, to be good humored joking. Billings then stepped outside for a moment, but soon returned and seated himself by Smith who had in the meantime begun to eat the beef, cutting it from the piece with a barlow knife. Smith put his right arm about Billings' neck, and began moving his hand with the knife in it about his face, making some remark to the effect of "How would you like to be cut?" he had just before done Clerk Steele the same way.

Billings then arose and said: "Be careful with that knife, " at the same time carring his hand toward his hip pocket. Smith said in effect: "Pull that thing out here; don't go out in the dark to do it." Billings replied that he had nothing in his pocket to pull out.

Smith then said: 'Josh I thought we were good friends." "II thought so too." replied Billings. Some other words between the two followed, and Billings walked out of the door. Those persons then in the restaurant supposed that the matter was ended and that Billings had gone. Shortly after Billings went out Smith walked towards the door, and leaned against it. At this instant Billings fired amd Smith fell, saying, "I am shot!" the ball entering the abdomen and ranging toward the right shoulder.

When Billings shot he said: "Now follow me!" he then turned and walked home carrying the pistol in his hand. he was arrested the same night by Constable Slinkard, and waiving preliminary examination was taken to jail Tuesday.

Smith was carried to Dr. Reck's office the rear of Dr. Biggs' drug store and Drs. Biggs, Witmer, Sander, Jacques, Reck and Mayfield of Advance summoned. An examination was made and the would declared fatal. [the end]


Children of W. Henry Smith and Sarah Jane Henson are:
Nellie Smith, b. June 08, 1892, Sturdivant MISSOURI3, d. November 08, 1971, Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau, MISSOURI3.
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