#741 DRURY Mary O., 66, MO John,. 26, IL Michel, 18, MO Josephine, 17, MO Clementine, 15, MO Filomine, 12, MO Olive, 10, MO Augustine, 8, MO Clotilda, 4, MO Raphael, 44, IL #742 CALLIOT Paul, 44, MO Mary A., 32, MO May A., 15, MO Antoinette, 5, MO Antoine, 4, MO Servile, 1, MO #743 CUNNINGHAM Henry, 37, TN Julia, 28, MO John A., 8, MO William, 5, MO Madison, 4, MO Catherine, 2, MO Harriet, 6/12, MO #745 CUNNINGHAM Adison, 24, MO Permilia, 21, MO John, 4, MO Nancy J., 2, MO Willis P., 1, MO #746 McCLENAHAN John, 35, MO Sarah, 34,Read More →

#383 HOLMES (please note there are two families with #383, this is not a mistake on my part, it is an enumerator mistake) William, 73, MD Polly, 62, VA Robert B., 23, MO Sarah C., 27, MO James M., 7/12, MO CHEESEBOROUGH, Thomas, 8, MO Mary, 7, MO John, 5, MO McFARLAND, Emely, 17, MO #384 COLLINS Charles C., 55, KY Elisabeth, 52, VA Charles, 20, MO John, 16, MO #385 THOMPSON Joseph, 26, MO Odile, 25, MO Mary E., 7, MO Levina, 10/12, MO #386 CANTRELL Hardin, 25, MO Mary J., 18, MO Joseph, 1, MO #387 FARLEIGH John, 37, IL Sarah, 37, TNRead More →

Only heads of household are listed.  All other family members are numbered according to age and can be found by referencing the image under which the HOH is listed.    380a 380b Farley, Mrs. Painter, Philip Hanie, Charley Horn, Thomas Holloman, Edmond Wells, John Bryant, Jepe Searcey, David Alexander, Joseph I. Meeks, Ararich Patterson, James Counts, Nicholas Wolford, Daniel Williams, James Hammer, Joel Crisp, John Counts, William Talbert, James Griffard, Louis Smith, John Beard, Isaac Ousley, Willis Y. Johnson, Burwick Hunt, Joseph T. Duvall, Joseph Scott, Obediah 381a 381b Maddin, Richard Kenner, Francis Bigelow, Lewis Beard, John S. Bloom, Peter Delbe, Joseph Boca, Henry Riddle,Read More →

INDIAN SLAVES AT STE. GENEVIEVE May 28, 1770 General Census of all the Indian slaves, their ages and nations, and names of masters. Recorded in the Clerks Office. 26 May 1770 – Nicholas Boyer, resident, owned two savage children to wit: Francios, a five year old male and Margaritte, an eight year old female, both together valued at nineteen hundred livres. Same date – Henry Carpentier, resident, owned one savage women named Angelique, baptised, age twenty and her daughter, Therese one year of age. The mother was of the Pawnee nation. Another female, nine years of age, not baptised, named Victoire of the Pawnee. AllRead More →