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1 11 children Gilkison, Albert Edison (I609)
2 11 children Hyatt, Floyd Thurston (I732)
3 12 children Razor, Henry "Lacy" (I541)
4 1870 US census. Melissa (Hedges) Demeree and daughter are in the household of her parents William and Malinda Hedges Family F13
5 1882 History of Linn County, Missouri - BIOGRAPHY. Benton Township, page 766.
James D. Jenkins is a native of Ohio, and was born in Marion county, August 25, 1829. He is the son of David and Magdalena (nee Reinhart) Jenkins, the former of whom was a native of Pennsylvania, and the latter, of Ohio. His father had been a merchant in Ohio and continued there till James was about nine years old, when he moved to Missouri, and, after a temporary sojourn in Howard county, moved to Linn county and settled in what is now Benton township. This was in 1838, and the family became a fixture in this county. James lived with his parents till he was twenty-four years of age, and then on the first of September, 1853, he married Sarah T. Cassity. They have had five children, three of whom, two sons and one daughter, are deceased. Mr. Jenkins lived in the suburbs of Browning from 1856 till 1865, when he moved to the northwest part of section twenty-nine, township sixty, range twenty, in sight of the place his father had settled years before. Mr. Jenkins and wife are members of the Christian Church, but he does not belong to any secret order. His mother died December 3, 1864, and his father, March 13, 1871. He has a well improved farm with good residence and new barn, and other improvements to correspond. 
Jenkins, James Douglas (I125)
6 1900 US census give a birth date of Octo 1896 Cassity, Raymond Warner (I1229)
7 1900 US census give birth date as November 1894 Gilkison, Gertrude Frances (I638)
8 1900 US census give birth date as Sep 1891 Cook, Rose (I1524)
9 1900 US census gives birth date as Aug 1873 McKee, Isaac (I2166)
10 1900 US census gives birth date as May 1879. Stacy, Rosetta (I2167)
11 1900 US census gives birth date as Sep 1848 McGee, Amanda Jane (I2282)
12 1900 US census gives birthd date of May 1841. Murry, Matilda A. (I1973)
13 1900 US census gives Oct 1896 birth date. Moody, Lella Agnes (I1421)
14 1900 US census, Charles is in the household of his brother John M. Hedges Hedges, Charles Edgar (I382)
15 1900 US census, Eliza Vawter, age 87, mother-in-law, widow, is in the household of Peter T. and Mary A. Hedges Mavity, Eliza (I357)
16 1900 US census. (Henry) Lacy, Arthus and Ursula Razor is in the household of Solomon and Lulu (Razor) Ralstin. Lulu is their older sister. But I can find no record of Susan Razor anywhere. Razor, Susan (I2776)
17 1900 US census. Marion is in the household of his brother John M. Hedges Hedges, Levi "Marion" Freece (I384)
18 1900 US census. Rosannah, age 64, widow, is in the household of her son, William Gilkison Hedges, Rosannah Sarah (I8)
19 1910 US census, Susie Blanche Orrick is in her parents' household, listed as Blanche Weaver, age 18,, married daughter with her son, Eugene Weaver, age 1year 4 months.

There is a record in Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947, for Eugene Weaver b.19 Oct 1909 in Jasper Illinois, d.27 Feb 1917, Jasper Illinois. His father is listed as John Weaver and his mother as Ella Welfound. There is burial of Curtis Eugene Weaver, 12 Oct 1909-27 Feb 1917 in Kerns Cemetery, Gila, Jasper County, Illinois. 
Orrick, Susie Blanche (I768)
20 1930 US census. Jesse and Lula Shively and their son George are in the household of Jesse's father, Frank Shively. Family F779
21 3 children Moody, Nela Inez (I1435)
22 3 children. Cassity, Nettie Izora (I1226)
23 6 children Razor, Anna Laura (I536)
24 7 children Moody, Harvey Edgar (I1433)
25 8 children Ward, Lillie June (I1202)
26 8 children. Razor, Ursula Grace (I549)
27 882 History of Linn County, Missouri. BIOGRAPHY - Grantsville Township: 853
James I. Cassity was born in Fleming county, Kentucky, November 1, 1830. His father was William F. Cassity, born in Montgomery county Kentucky, January 1803, and removed in January, 1851, to this county. His vocation was that of farmer and blacksmith. He was a well informed gentleman and respected by all who knew him; he held the office of justice of the peace for several years, and after a life of usefulness he died, in January, 1867. The wife of William T. Cassity[i] was Dora Trumbo, born in Bath county, Kentucky, December 21, 1808; she is yet living. James I. Cassity remained in his native county until October 1, 1849, when he removed with his father to Lee county, Iowa, and from there, after raising one crop, to Missouri, in 1851, the family first settling in Benton township. Mr. Cassity lived with his parents until he was twenty-three years of age, when he began work on his own account on a tract of land given him by his father. In March, 1859, he, with four companions, went to Colorado, where Mr. Cassity remained for three months, being engaged in mining. He returned to this county, January 15, 1860, was married to Mary R. H. Moore, born in this county, January 15, 1842; Esq. Paston officiated on the occasion. The issue of their marriage has been nine children; viz, Dorothy A., Mary J., Isaac F., James W. H., Sarah L., John I., George H., and Daniel Garfield, living, and Essie B., dead. In 1861 he enrolled as a member of the Union home guards, and served in the Federal militia at intervals during the war. Since 1865 he has given his attention to farming. In 1863 he was constable of his township. By industry and economy he has become the possessor of 285 acres of land; is a prosperous farmer, and well respected in his community. 
Cassity, James Ira (I1853)
28 9 children Ward, Tina Esther (I1203)
29 According to Find A Grave: Rebecca Alice O'Quinn was marries three times. First married Silas Marion Starnes on 26 August 1888. Her second marriage was to Charles A. Hedges on 23 Octoer 1929 in Webster, Marshall County, Missouri. Her third marriage was to Marion Wesley Hunt on 6 September 1953 in Laclede County, Missouri. O'Quinn, Rebecca Alice (I1977)
30 Alabama Deaths and Burials Index: 1881-1974 Hyatt, William Bruce (I2665)
31 also listed in the Oregon Death Index. Rouse, J. Grant (I231)
32 Arkansas county marriages index 1837-1957. Family F1355
33 Arkansas county marriages index 1837-1957. Family F1356
34 Arkansas county marriages index, 1837-1957 Family F546
35 Arkansas, County marriages index, 1837-1957 Family F545
36 Birth year for Ruhamah and Jonathan; and marriage year from US and International marriage records, 1560-1900 Montgomery, Ruhama Jane (I1052)
37 Blanche H. Sherwood. RONCEVERTE - Blanche Hedges Sherwood, 98, of Ronceverte died July 25, 1998, in Shenandoah Manor, Ronceverte, after a long illness.
She was a retired schoolteacher, member of Trinity United Methodist Church, Ronceverte, and a charter member of Ronceverte Woman's Club. Surviving: daughter, Margaret Lee Smith of Montgomery; son, Lawrence F. Sherwood of Oakland, Md.; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at Trinity United Methodist Church, Ronceverte, with the Rev. Mark Flynn officiating. Burial will be in River View Cemetery, Ronceverte. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home, Ronceverte. Charleston Gazette, Charleston, WV. Obituary published 27 July 1998. Published on-line 5 December 2003. 
Hedges, Blanche Margaret (I679)
38 Buried with first wife, Lydia E. (Mclin) Cooper. Cooper, Solomon (I2642)
39 By 1910 Ernest had remarried. His second wife was Anna Barnes. They had at least three children. Jinks, Ernest (I1219)
40 Can not confirm but possibly her parents were Elias Gilbert (1780-1837) and Catharine Fry Gilbert (1786-1865). Both buried East Fork Cemetery, Fearisville, Lewis County, Kentucky. Same cemetery as Frances and some of her children. Gilbert, Frances (I1407)
41 cause of death is given as cholera. Hedges, Robert William (I222)
42 Cause of death is given as whooping cough. Hedges, Infant (I225)
43 Census and military registration records seem to show that Joseph married to Edna Unknown before 1917. They raised two daughters, Agnes and Hazel, who would be the correct ages for Hazel's daughters mentioned in her obit. Hales, Joseph Robinson (I857)
44 Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune | Chillicothe, Missouri | Monday, January 03, 1977 | Page 9
Manley Buckman, Meadville. Manley C. Buckman of Meadville died Friday at Pershine Memorial hospital. He was 75. He was born Jan. 9, 1901, near Linneus, the son of William and Mary Ellen Sallee Buckman. He married Opal Bagley Dec 24, 1921, and spent most of his life farming in Linn County. He was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife, Opal, of the home; a daughter Mrs. Dale Wood, Linneus; two sons, Bill Buckman, St. Joseph; Donald Buckman,Denver, Colo.; five grandchildren six greatgrandchildren; two sisters, Miss Kate Buckman, Chillicothe and Mrs. Blanche Goldsmith, Tucson, Ariz.; three brothers Glenn Buckman, Lumens; Brooks Buckman, Meadville and a twin brother, Morgan Buckman, Marceline. He was preceeded in death by his parents and two brothers, Leslie and Willis Buckman. Funeral services were held this afternoon at the Meadville Church of Christ with Brother William Hensley officiating There was singing from the congregation. Burial was in the Elmwood cemetery, Linneus, under direction of the Wright Funeral Home in Meadville Pallbearers were nephews of Mr. Buckman, Leland Buckman, Orville Buckman, Robert Buckman, Glenn Buckman, Ivan Buckman and Jesse Buckman 
Buckman, Manley Carrell (I175)
45 Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, Chillicothe, Missouri, Monday, December 05, 1977, Page 10
Mrs. Manley (Opal) Buckman. Mrs Opal Laverne Buckman died at her home in Linneus Sunday. She was 73. Mrs Buckman was born Jan. 28, 1904, at Purdin, daughter of Charles Bagley and Anna Hedges Bagley. On Dec. 24, 1921, she was married to Manley Buckman. He died Dec. 31,1976. The couple farmed in the Linneus area, and after retirement moved to Meadville After Mr. Buckman's death, Mrs. Buckman returned to Linneus. She was a member of the Meadville
Church of Christ. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Betty Wood, Linneus; two sons. Bill Buckman, St. Joseph and Donald Buckman, Denver, Colo.; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren, and four brothers, Raymond Bagley, Purdin; Alva Bagley, Shelbina; Chester and Leslie Bagley, both of Kirksville She was preceded in death by three brothers, Kirt, Rollie and Wayne. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Meadville Church of Christ with Brother William
Hensley officiating. Burial will be in the Elmwood cemetery at Linneus. The family will receive friends at the Wright Funeral Home in Linneus after 7 o'clock this evening. 
Bagley, Opal Laverne (I174)
46 Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, Chillicothe, Missouri, Saturday, October 15, 1977, Page 4.
The descendants of William S. and Mary Ellen (Sallee) Buckman met at the Wheeling Shelterhouse October 9 for their annual reunion. Ivan and Lois Buckman and
Leroy and Janice Geist were hosts for the occasion. Thanks for the meal were expressed by J. M Goldsmith. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Betty Wood whose birthday was that day The afternoon was spent visiting and enjoying the playground. Three births and one death were reported since last October. Donna Marie,
daughter of Ray and Joyce Epperly, arrived November 16, 1976; Aaron Christopher, son of David and Pam Minor, arrived December 8, 1976; Amanda
Richelle. daughter of Richard and Susan Buckman, arrived July 30, 1977. Manley Buckman died December 31, 1976. Seventy-three were present including Manuel and Blanche Goldsmith, Tucson, Ariz.; Gary and Lcta Coffey, Springfield; Bill and Marge Buckman, Cheryl, Shane and Jamey George, St. Joseph; Richard, Susan and Amanda Buckman. Hamilton; Dianna Wood, Columbia; Elaine, Bruce and Rochelle Buckner, Humphreys. Jesse, Janice and Trudy Buckman, Purdin; Danny and Brenda Neil and Terry Keller, Rothvilie; Joyce, Donnie and Donna Epperly and Toni Buckman, Brookfield; Morgan, Clara, Ivan, Lois, Karen Buckman, David, Pam and Aaron Minor, Marceline; Herb, Janet Sandra, Randy, Mark Peper, Paris. Brooks, Annie, Orville, Helen and Barbara Buckman, Rex, Pat, Carrie, Jody Wood, Meadville; Leroy, Janice Geist, Kevin, Karina, Kathi, Kenneth and Kimberli Kerr, Chillicothe. Mabel, Robert,Marilyn, Carolyn, Glenn, Jennie Leland, Opal and Glen W.
Buckman, Lois and Harold White, Daniel, Eudora, Danelle and J. W. Fitzpatrick, Betty, Dale and Steve Wood, Linneus. Miss Kate Buckman, Chillicothe, was unable to attend this year because she is in the Hedrick Medical Center with a broken hip. Next year's reunion will be Sunday, October 8, 1978, at the Wheeling shelter house with Robert, Marilyn and Glen W. Buckman as hosts. 
Buckman, William Sidney (I176)
47 Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, Chillicothe, Missouri, Saturday, October 15, 1977, Page 4. Notice of the Buckman family reunion. Manley's death is reported. Buckman, Manley Carrell (I175)
48 Clarence Carty. Application for membership to Sons of the American Revolution.

Biography in History of Frederick County, Maryland, v.2. By T. J. C. Williams. 1910. 
Carty, Clarence (I3408)
49 Cook County, Illinois Death Index, 1908-1988. Walton, Wilmer Day (I1281)
50 Cook County, Illinois, birth certificates index, 1871-1922 Wight, Edith Marian (I919)

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