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351 Brownie Cem BRACKEN, Samuel Warren (I797)
 
352 Buffalo Cem BOWEN, Elizabeth (I679)
 
353 Buffalo Cem CASEY, Abner (I1149)
 
354 Buffalo Cem CASEY, Jesse (I1154)
 
355 Buffalo Cem CASEY, Jesse (I1156)
 
356 Buffalo Cem WAYNE, Mary (I4874)
 
357 Buffalo Cem CASEY, Anthony (I41)
 
358 Bundy Cem BECHTELHEIMER, Joseph (I573)
 
359 Buried at Calvary Cemetery, St Louis in Section 2 lot 419

St Louis City Directory Residential Entries
1859, 1860 427 N 9th Street
1861, 1862 directory not published
1863 only business listings publishedi
1864 423 N 9th Street
1865, 1866 536 N 9th Street
1867 - 1872 2819 N 9th Street

In the 1854 & 1855 St Louis Directory there is an Abraham Coy who was
an engineer on the lower Miss River living at 156 Pine. In 1860, Abraham Co, engineer
res East 13th, between Benton and Warren

Also in 1854-55 - In the appendix, List of Licensed engineers includes William C Coy, pg 64, but he's not listed as a resident.

St Louis City Directory list of licensed engineers
1857 p. 303 W.C. Coy, and Abraham Cloy

Lloyd's Steamboat Directory
1856 p. 302 List of Pilots and Engineers at St Louis
Wm C Coy, first class

Served as asst engineer on steamer JC Swon in US service from Dec 1862 - Feb 1863 (Charles Parsons Papers, MO History Museum in STL) JC Swon was on MS River at Young's Point LA 21 Jan - 31 Jan 1863

Board of Supervising Inspectors of Steam Vessels, Oct 1867
Engineer licensed in St Louis during year ending 20 Sep 1867
p. 137 William C Cay, first class 13 renewals
" Abraham Cay. first class 13 renewals

Board of Supervising Inspectors of Steam Vessels, Jan 1870
Engineer licensed in St Louis during year ending 31 Dec 1869
p. 154 William C Coy, first class 15 renewals
" Abraham Coy, first class 14 renewals

Documents: marriage certificate
Occupation: river engineer

1860 Census St Louis Co, MO - St Louis City, Ward 10, Page 374
taken 07 Jun dwelling 355 family 349 line 24
Coy, William C 30 IN Engineer
Mary A 29 Ireland
William 5 MO
George 1 MO

1863 Civil War Draft (ancestry)
Class II
North 9th - Coy William age 36 boatman, born OH

1880 St Clair Co, IL - E St Louis, 4th Ward, taken 10 Jun
page 32, supv dist 7, ED 37 (39?), house 261 family 309
Coy, William C 52 IN PA PA engineer on steam boat
Mary 48 wife Ire Ire Ire keeping house
William H 25 son MO IN Ire employee of stockyards
George 21 son " " " "
Ada 14 dau " " " at home
Maryetta 16 dau " " " "
Charles 13 son " " " "
Ada 23 d in law MO PA MD? keeping house

Possible relative, maybe brother 1850 Harrison Co, MO District 27
Coy, Milton 32 IN Farmer
Marium 26 NC
William H 10 IA
Anderson 8 MO
Isaac N 6 MO
Alexander 9/12 MO
Also there in 1860.

There is a Millon Coy in Henry Co, IN in 1840
Milton Coy mrd Matilda Brown 23 Apr 1839 in Henry Co IN
Milton Coy m. Mariam Mahaley Brown 16 Feb 1843 in Daviees Co, MO
In Bourbon Co KS in 1865(KS State Census on Ancestry)

Possibly the Milton Coy b1815 IN living in Newton Co in 1880

PETITIONERS IN 1877 TO ST. LOUIS MAYOR H. OVERHOLZ
TO BE A CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
Copied by Robert M. Doerr, Editor, Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal

1 Copied from Anzeiger des Westens Sonntagsblatt, 18 Mar 1877, Supplement, pages 5-7. Published in St. Louis, Missouri. Original at St. Louis Public Library. Microfilm at State Historical Society of Missouri.
2 A search revealed no other newspaper that had published this list.

Signers include William C Coy

Death listed in "Deaths Outside the City Vol. 2, pg 98" of the StL Death Registers

From the Memphis Daily Appeal - 22 Sep 1872, pg 1 col 3 "River Soundings"
A Kansas City exchange says the live freight on the Alice is immense; for instance: the first engineer,Abraham Coy,weighs two hundred and eighty pounds, gross. The second engineer, William Coy, weighs three hundred and forty-six pounds, besides being six feet five inches in hight[sic]. ...


Research about the Alice
Name: ALICE
Type: Sidewheel, wooden hull packet/navigation light tender
Size: 220'
Launched: 1870, early
Area: 1870s, early, Mo. R.;
: 1875, Ohio R.; 1876, Mo. R.; 1878, Miss. R.
Owner: 1870s, early, Kinney, Joseph
Captain(s):
Comments: from the Boone's Lick Heritage Quarterly.
: 1. A sidewheeler named ALICE established the first government lights on the Ohio river and many on the Mississippi R.. The Ohio lights were first placed by ALICE in 1875, and after that the work was done by the LILY. In 1876, the ALICE serviced lights on the Missouri up to Kansas
City. She also worked lights on the Mississippi. In 1878,
on Feb. 28, she left St. Louis to service lights to New Orleans. That spring she was snagged, breaking as meny as eighty of her hull's timbers, and was returned to St. Louis for docking.
(Way's Packet Directory does not seem certain that this was the light tender, but the dates seem to indicate that it was.)
taken from riverboatdaves.com/riverboats/a.html

more about Alice owner Joseph Kinney
Name: Kinney, Joseph
Born: 1810
Died: 1892, Mar. 1
Area: Mo. R., 1869, built home, Rivercene, in Boonville, Mo.
Boats: 1856, Owner and Capt. of WILLIAM H. RUSSELL, his first boat.
1862, FANNY OGDEN; 1864, KATE KINEY No. 1; 1873, KATE KINNEY No.2;
1864, CORA KINNEY No. 1; 1865, CORA KINNEY No. 2;
1870-74, ALICE; 1868-75, ST. LUKE;
1872-82, JOE KINNEY; 1872-78, W. R. DUGAN
Comments: from the Booneâ??s Lick Heritage Quarterly.
taken from riverboatdaves.com/owners

Below, also from riverboatdaves.com, cites original BOONE'S LICK HERITAGE
Volume 5, No. 2, June 1997
Boonslick Historical Society's Quarterly Magazine
Boonslick Historical Society
P.O. Box 324
Boonville, MO 65233

During the 1850s, 60s, and 70s the best known names in steamboating associated with the Boonslick region were probably Capt. Joseph Kinney, Capt. Joseph S. Nanson, and Capt. Henry McPherson; though others such as Captain William Jewett of Cambridge, Mo., who was a popular man on the river, especially around Glasgow, and Captain David DeHaven, who operated a boat called the South Wester built in 1857 for the Boonville Steamboat Co., and the Alonzo Child, which he took south with him in 1861 at the outbreak of the Civil War, were also of importance

"Captain Joseph Kinney, the best known of the Boonslick steamboat men, came to Boonville nearly penniless from Indiana in 1844, the year of the Great Flood, and built up a successful retail shoe business, first in Boonville (from 1844 to 1850) and then in St. Louis (from 1850 to 1856). He entered the steamboat business in 1856 when he commissioned the building of a 200 ft., 400 ton sidewheel packet boat that he called the W.H. Russell (named after a friend who in 1860 was one of the founders of the Pony Express). Kinney operated this boat successfully until 1862 when it burned in a big steamboat fire at St. Louis. During the Civil War Kinney built and operated at least four other boats: the Fannie Ogden (built for Kinney in 1862, but sold by him to Capt. John P. Keiser of St. Louis in 1863); the Cora No. 1 (built in 1864) and the Cora No. 2 (built in 1865), which were named for one of his daughters; and the Kate Kinney No. 1 (built in 1864), named for another daughter. The first Cora sank in 1865 just above Omaha, while the second Cora operated until 1869 when she sank not far from the mouth of the Missouri and created a 1000-acre island named for the wreck. The Kate Kinney No. 1 operated until 1872 when it burned at New Albany, Indiana (after surviving another fire at St. Louis in 1868). It was replaced by the Kate Kinney No. 2, which Kinney had built in 1873. It operated until 1883 when it finally burned at Shreveport, Louisiana.

Other boats owned and operated by Kinney on the Missouri River were the St. Luke (1868-1875), the R.W. Dugan (1873-1878), the Alice (1870s), named for his youngest daughter, and the Joe Kinney (1872-1882), which hit both the Boonville railroad bridge and the Kansas City railroad bridge before she sank after hitting the Glasgow railroad bridge on April 23, 1882.

Kinney was one of the primary advocates of sternwheel boats on the Missouri river in the 1850s and 60s and he retained an active interest in steamboating down to the time of his death in 1892, but in 1869, when his mansion, Rivercene, on the river bank across from Boonville was completed and he was approaching his 60th birthday, Kinney left the river and concentrated on the managing his steamboat business and other merchandising businesses up and down the river from Boonville.

see also http://www.georgecalebbingham.org/records_Portrait_CaptJosephKinney.htm
 
COY, William C (I1419)
 
360 Burkburnett Cem TUMBLESON, Virginia May (I4605)
 
361 Burkburnett Cem PATRICK, Samuel Ritchie (I173)
 
362 Burkburnett Cem PATRICK, Daisy Lou (I175)
 
363 Burwood Cem SHERWOOD, Mary Helen/Ellen (I5550)
 
364 Burwood Cem GAMLIN, Arthur (I5460)
 
365 Burwood Cem BIDGOOD, Alice (I5476)
 
366 by a cart BROWN, Joseph (I890)
 
367 Cairo Citizen
Saturday, 19 Sep 1903:
Thomas W. McRaven, an old resident of McClure, died at his home in Current View, Mo., on Aug. 19th, and his remains were brought here for interment. He left a wife and three children. His brother, Dr. P. H. McRaven, was at his bedside when he died and accompanied the remains to its old home. His health had been failing for three years. He held a policy for $1,500 in the Equitable Insurance Co. 
MCRAVEN, Thomas W (I3163)
 
368 Cairo Citizen - 06 Feb 1905
FROZEN TO DEATH AT M’CLURE.
Benjamin McRaven Expired from Cold Last Night.

Message Received by His Brother, Dr. P. H. McRaven, Who Was in Cairo, Calling Him Home.

Benjamin McRaven, a prominent citizen of McClure, in this county, was frozen to death last night. The news of his death came to his brother, Dr. P. H. McRaven, who was in Cairo today, in a telegraphic message summoning him to come at once and bring Coroner McManus. How it happened, the dispatch did not say. He was well when Dr. McRaven left home Sunday. Dr. McRaven left for McClure this afternoon.

Mr. McRaven was about 36 years of age and leaves a wife and three children. 
MCRAVEN, Benjamin Franklin (I3129)
 
369 Cairo Citizen - 20 Apr 1893
Washington McRaven Dead.
In our issue of March 30th we mentioned the serious illness of Mr. Washington McRaven of Wheatland. He died April 3rd. Mr. McRaven was one of the oldest citizens of Alexander County and must have been about seventy years of age. He left a widow and one child, the wife of George W. Childress and several grandchildren, whose parents have died. He was a good citizen and his death was a loss to the community in which he lived. 
MCRAVEN, Washington (I3164)
 
370 Cairo Citizen, 05 May 1892
The remains of Mrs. H. G. Waggoner were on the 26th removed from the Bracken Cemetery and buried in the Thebes Cemetery. 
BRACKEN, Fanny (I764)
 
371 Calvary Cem HAIDKAMP, Adelaide C (I2073)
 
372 Calvary Cem COY, William C (I1419)
 
373 Calvary Cem COY, Minnie (I1418)
 
374 Calvary Cem COY, Charles I (I1414)
 
375 Calvary Cem COY, Adah L (I1412)
 
376 Calvary Cem MCGUIRE, Mary Ann (I3099)
 
377 Came from England as a servant in the family of Mr Thomas Bittlestone, in whose recorded will
it provided that his wife, Elizabeth, shall have the services of his boy, John Swan, and shall pay
him five pounds. John, the immigrant, married Rebecca Palfrey, and had a grant of land in Cambridge
of 20 acres.
 
SWAN, John (I4412)
 
378 Came to Choctaw, VB, AR from Cherokee Co. GA in 1857

1820 Census - Ansonc, NC
Steagall - pg 58 line 11
Arthur Treadaway
1 m < 10 1 f 16 - 26
1 m 10 - 16
1m 16 - 26
2 in commerce

1830 Census - Buncombe, NC
p 219 line 9
Arthur Thredway
2 male < 5 1 fem <5
2 males 5-10 1 fem 5-10
1 male 30-40 1 fem 20-30
1 fem 70-80

Henderson Co, NC 1840 Census
page 143 line 31
Tredaway, Arthur
2 male < 5 2 female < 5
2 10 - 15 2 5 - 10
2 15 - 20 2 15 - 20
1 40 - 50 1 40 - 50
1 80 - 90
1 person in agriculture
Margaret Tredaway age 85, Rev War Pensioner

Henderson Co, NC 1850 Census - taken 30 July
page 221 line 28 house 106 / 106
Tredaway, Arthur 55 blacksmith
Lucretia 45
Elizabeth 18
GW 15 male
DL (T?) 14 male
Martha 10
FM 7 male
AC 6 female

Van Buren Co AR 1860 Census - Red River Twp taken 22 Aug
page 86 line 33 568 / 574
Treadway, Arthur 62 NC blacksmith $180 personal estate
Lucretia 57 NC
Francis M 18 NC male
David 22 NC
James 4 MS

Four sons of Arthur and Lucretia served in Company C, 10th Regiment of the Confederate Arkansas Infantry during the Civil War; LG, EAJ, DT, and FM. They were known as the "Choctaw Riflemen" of Van Buren County, and enlisted July 16, 1861 at Springfield, Arkansas. E. Andrew Jackson died in 1862 during his service in Atlanta, Georgia. LG was discharged 29 March 1862 "by Surgeon's Certificate"; he must have been sick or injured. DT and FM became Prisoners Of War, being captured inJuly 1863 at Fort Henderson, LA. Both returned to Van Buren, Arkansasat the end of the war. 
TREADWAY, Arthur Lee (I4541)
 
379 Cane Creek Baptist Church TAYLOR, Robert Hamner (I4496)
 
380 Cane Creek Cem HADLEY, Ruth (I2061)
 
381 Cane Creek Cem MARSHALL, John (I2960)
 
382 Cane Creek Cem MARSHALL, Sarah (I2967)
 
383 Cane Creek Cem MARSHALL, William (I2968)
 
384 Carroll Co AR Tax Records - 1838, 1840

1840 Carroll AR Census - Crooked Creek Twp
page 47 line 9
Cecil, Jospeh
1 male < 5 1 female < 5
1 male 5-9 1 female 5-9
1 male 10-14 1 female 10-14
1 male 15-19 1 female 15-19
1 male 30-39 1 female 30-39

1850 Newton AR Census
Van Buren Twp, #257
Cecil, Joseph 56 TN farmer
Margaret 46 TN
James 20 TN
Peggy Ann 13 AR
Samuel 11 AR
Martha G 8 AR

1860 Newton AR Census
Van Buren Twp, #209
Cecil, Joseph 64 VA farmer
Margaret 58 NC
Martha J 17 AR

1870 Newton AR Census
Jackson Twp, # 123
Cecil, Joseph 74 VA
Margaret 68 NC
Rebecca 15 AR gdau
Samuel 13 AR gdau
Margaret 11 AR gdau
Martha A 9 AR gdau 
CECIL, Joseph (I1204)
 
385 Carrollton Cem BOYD, Rolland (I718)
 
386 Cassville Cem EDGMON, Philemon (I1660)
 
387 Cassville Cem SPARKS, Abigail (I4249)
 
388 Cause of death: complications following childbirth

1860 Alexander, IL Census; page 79 taken 07 Jul, house 526
Brakin, Wm 53 SC farmer & B preacher $3800 real est
$700 personal
Elizbeth 38 PA housekeeper
Racheal 18 IL
Sarah 16 IL
Martha 14 IL
Louisa 12 IL
Mary A 10 IL
William 08 IL
Willis Minton 12 IL
Wlliam Minton 10 IL
Deonsy? Minton 08 IL
Michael Minton 06 IL
Debby Minton 04 IL
Jane Minton 01 IL
William Amstrong 22 Ireland laborer $250 personal

1870 Alexander IL Census, taken 14 Jul in Thebes Precinct, house 18
Bracken, Wm 65 SC
CE 42 PA
Drew Minton 18 IL
Wm Bracken 17 IL
M Minton 16 IL
Deboria Bracken 14 IL
Jane " 11 IL
Jacob " 10 IL
Esau 08 IL
Saml 03 IL
Edna 10 IL

1880 Alexander IL Census, taken 24 Jul by PH McRaven, house 300
McRaven, PH 26 IL IL IL physician
Debbie 23 wife IL SC PA keeping home
JS 23 brother IL IL IL dry goods merchant

Cairo Citizen - 31 Aug 1893
Death of Mrs. McRaven.
Mrs. Deborah Ruth McRaven, wife of Dr. P. H. McRaven, of Wheatland, died last week Wednesday and was buried Thursday.

We received the announcement of her death last Thursday after we had gone to press.

Mrs. McRaven had been ill for some six or eight weeks with something like dysentery. On the 10th day of August she gave birth to a little daughter. From that time forward she was much worse, the disease assuming the form of enteritis with complications involving the liver. She died from exhaustion.

Mrs. McRaven was born at Thebes in this county Sept. 16th, 1857, and was consequently in her 36th year. She was the daughter of William Bracken, one of the old pioneers of the county. He was a minister of the gospel and strongly attached to the Baptist church.

Deborah Ruth Bracken married Dr. P. H. McRaven March 30th 1879. She leaves her husband and four small children, the youngest only thirteen days old at the time of its mother’s death.

For the doctor and the little one it is a sad bereavement and they will receive the sincere sympathy of friends everywhere. 
BRACKEN, Deborah Ruth (I759)
 
389 CD Source (S147)
 
390 CD 103
 
Source (S144)
 
391 CD: Early Ohio Settlers, 1700s-1900s Source (S145)
 
392 Cecil Cem CECIL, John (I1202)
 
393 Cecil Cem DAVIS, Mary (I1479)
 
394 Cedar Grove Cem EDGMON, Thomas Kemble (I1675)
 
395 Cedar Grove Cem PERCY, Nancy (I3633)
 
396 Cemetery listing gives death date as 13 Jan 1879.
Date shown is from fgs - WFT vol 7 tree 2533 
BURNETT, George Washington (I1017)
 
397 Census records and obituary indicate that birth year is 1865 or 1866 - not 1856. MCENDREE, Willard B (I3060)
 
398 Centerville Twp MOSES, Georgia Adah (I3284)
 
399 Chaonia Cem SOLLARS, William Leslie (I4228)
 
400 Chaonia Cem SOLLARS, James A (I4208)
 

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