Pictures Shared by our Friends

Short Line RR Depot [This] is a photo of the Short Line RR Depot at Bowling Green, MO. My great grandfather, Mathew Porter McAfee, built this depot and the Chicago & Alton RR Depot in Louisiana, MO.

Jerry A. "Jay" McAfee
Chicago & Alton RR Depot - Louisiana, MO.jpg (220391 bytes) Chicago & Alton RR Depot in Louisiana, MO
Also shared by Jerry A. "Jay" McAfee, as noted above.
riverview1.jpg (33511 bytes) Riverview Cemetery, Louisiana, MO
This is to the right of the flag pole facing East at the top of the cemetery. Shared by Joan Longbrake.
riverview2.jpg (55252 bytes) Riverview Cemetery, Louisiana, MO
This photo is part of the old cemetery. It is also of the walkway to the area of the photo directly above overlooking the river, where the Flag Pole is located. Shared by Joan Longbrake.
riverview3.jpg (607847 bytes) Riverview Cemetery, Louisiana, MO
This photo is a small white painted rock 'office' located in the old cemetery (first section) located on the main drive as you enter the Cemetery on the right. It no longer appears to be used for anything. Shared by Lorraine Llewellyn.
dungey_fletcher_marr_lic.jpg (89474 bytes) I would like to submit the marriage license of my gr. gr. grandparents.....

Francis H. Dungey of St. Louis, MO  to
Lena (Salina) M. Fletcher of Louisiana, Pike Co. MO
on Oct 16, 1883

Thank you,
Dina Moore

pic_joanna_tennent_moore.jpg (44866 bytes) Joanna Tennent MOORE resided much of her life in Pike County,M0. She and her husband and some of her children are buried in the Smyrna Cemetery. This is the photo that I recovered from our Katrina Flood and the photo that Mollie Price had hoped to include in her book on Pike County. I am sure other researchers would be interested in this photo.

Thanks,
Roger Green
descendant of Peter and Joanna Tennent Moore

pic_peter_moore.jpg (55241 bytes) Peter Moore, husband of Joanna Tennent Moore. He and his wife resided much of their life in Pike County, M0 and until about 15 years ago there was a yearly Moore reunion held at Curryville.

This is a rare photo and one that Mollie Price, when living would have loved to have. I found this in our flooded house.

Thanks,
Roger Green
descendant of Peter and Joanna Tennent Moore

old hospital.jpg (54481 bytes) This is a depiction of the "Old Hospital" which is located just to the west of the present-day Pike County Memorial Hospital. This building found a second life as a nursing home named Smith-Barr Manor. As of March 2006, this building sits empty.
Donated by Audrey Jones
post card river front.jpg (39804 bytes) Postcard of the Louisiana River Front
Donated by Audrey Jones
pic_hays_frances.jpg (20839 bytes) Frances Elizabeth Hawkins Hays was born May 31, 1837 in Bedford County, Virginia.
She died March 15, 1906 in New Hartford, Pike County, MO.
Frances was the daughter of William Hawkins, Jr. of Virginia (died before 1850 in Virginia) and Ann Eliza Hatcher (born 1809 in Bedford County, Virginia and died in Missouri).

Donated by Marilyn Moore

pic_moore_everett_nellie.jpg (15339 bytes) This is a post card picture of Everett Wells, Sr. and Nellie Chloe Hays taken before 1917 in Pike County, MO.

Everett Wells Moore, Sr. was born November 30, 1894 near New Hartford to William Jordan and Lillian Reid Moore. 
He died September 13, 1988 at Louisiana, Pike County, MO.
He married Nellie Chloe Hays March 21, 1917.
Nellie Chloe Hays was born September 17, 1895 in New Hartford, MO. 
She was the daughter of Samuel Baird and Bertha Belle Henderson Hays (who were married October 9, 1892).
Samuel Baird was the son of William and Frances Elizabeth Hawkins Hays.
Bertha Belle Henderson Hays was the daughter of James and Mary J Gilbert Hays.
They had one son: Everett W. Moore, Jr. in 1934.

Donated by Marilyn Moore

waddill_family_original.jpg (56041 bytes) Children of John & Delilah Phillips Waddill including
Cynthia Phoebe Waddill Smith, wife of Joseph M. Smith
1st_presby_2004.jpg (574834 bytes) 2004 Holiday Greetings by the Sunday School of 
the First Presbyterian Church of Bowling Green
gillum_clairborne.jpg (401760 bytes) Claiborne Gillum, son of Claude Gillum and Julia Ann Bryant (page 3361), is pictured in front of an auto garage in Clarksville. My Mother (Melba Crenshaw) said she dated Claiborne for five years beginning her 8th grade (about 1927-1934).The history1 says Claiborne Gillum died in 1968. 

 

Donated by Rubyann Darnell

bryant_flo.jpg (539227 bytes) Flo Bryant (Florence Eugenia on page 3351) was one of my Mother's good friends. She married Devoid Mitchell and lived all of her life in Pike County. They had a large family (9 children I believe). 

 

 

Donated by Rubyann Darnell

gillum_mildred-scholl_rb.jpg (56639 bytes) R.B. Scholl is holding Mildred Gillum while standing in the Mississippi River. R.B. Jr. was born in 1913, my mother was born in 1915 so I believe this is the correct Scholl family on page 603 of the history1 above.

 

Donated by Rubyann Darnell

wenkle_tommy-in_highschoolyard.jpg (486720 bytes) Tommy Winkle is pictured on the school grounds of the Clarksville High School. The Winkles lived on Lewis Street.

Donated by Rubyann Darnell

winkle_tommy-ruth.jpg (689003 bytes) Ruth Crenshaw & Tommy Winkle in Clarksville High School yard ca 1940

Donated by Rubyann Darnell

10-1929_clarksville_high_school.jpg (10046258 bytes) 1929 Clarksville High School photo from newspaper

Donated by Rubyann Darnell

parker_luther.jpg (2553310 bytes) Luther C. Parker of Clarksville in military uniform from newspaper

 

 

 

 

Donated by Rubyann Darnell

parker_luther_2.jpg (755968 bytes) Luther Parker in uniform, 1940s

 

 

Donated by Rubyann Darnell

parker_luther_3.jpg (5780106 bytes) Luther Parker in uniform, 1940s

 

Donated by Rubyann Darnell

cooper_thurmond.jpg (2816454 bytes) Thurmond 'Chick' or 'Chicken' Cooper of Clarksville in military uniform from newspaper

 

 

 

 

 

 Donated by Rubyann Darnell

lee_george.jpg (71985 bytes)

I have a family photo of the George Terry Lee family.  I found them among my Grandmother's old photos.  Their names were written on the back, along with Bowling Green, Mo.

Their children were Orson and Mary. I cannot connect them to my family.  I looked on  Ancestry and Census and found that he was a Pharmacist and owned a Drugstore in Bowling Green.

I would love to share this photo with Pike County, in hopes it will come to the attention of their descendants.  

Contributed by Stanley Coryell

 

1. "Pike County, Missouri, People, Places & Pikers" compiled and edited by Karen Schwadron 
     (Jostens Publishing Co, Marceline, MO 64658: Pike County Historical Society, 1981)

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