A Royal Canadian Navy Historical Project

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She died in 2000 and is buried with her husband in Fairview Cemetery.

.25 linear feet, 1 folder
The Vallé Family Papers document the history of multiple generations of theVallé Family. The collection contains documents in French and English. Severalversions of the will of François and Marianna Vallé, a family tree, untranslated Frenchwritings, and an advertisement for St. Vincent’s Young Ladies Academy in CapeGirardeau are included in the collection.

The Berk Families, by Sue Cummings

0.3 linear feet
The papers of Thomas W. Ustick, a St. Louis, Missouri, printer, consist of correspondence, bills, receipts, and miscellaneous materials.

9.2 linear feet; also available on 33 rolls of microfilm
Records of Missouri Confederate veterans, compiled for the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Missouri Division, by local chapters. Records include four page record forms of biographical and historical data, arranged alphabetically by veteran's name; copies of rosters and muster rolls; and miscellaneous lists and records.

Maynard and Anna Biser, by Kay Dawson and Ed Kemper

1 folder
The records of the Turnage family contain genealogical information on the Turnage, Carter, Transue and allied families, and positive photostatic copies of lists of those married by J.C. Turnage and churches for which he was pastor.

Daniel and Jeanette (Fitzgerald) Boroff by Angelina Hoschourer

7 cubic feet
This is a collection of historical and genealogical material concerning the Turley family. Included are copies of family papers, genealogical research, photographs, correspondence, and financial records of the Turley Family Historical Research Association.

Here are some interesting excerpts:

3 folders
Miscellaneous bills, receipts, articles, and genealogical notes regarding the Tull and Neidermeyer families of Boone County, MO.

The full letter is available at the History Center.

1 folder
Genealogy of the Colonel Joseph Crockett family beginning in France in the 1600s when the family name was DeCrocketagni, and continuing into post-Revolutionary War period in America. Several sketches of individual family members.

Gladys and Harold Dawson Family by Kay Dawson

Trozzolo, Marion A. (1925-1992) Papers, 1951-ca. 1989, (K0835)
2 folders
Papers of Trozzolo, businessman, inventor, and leader in the e-development and revival of the River Quay District of Kansas City, MO. Includes clippings, photographs, correspondence, business records, abstracts, court transcripts, posters, and his book, "Tales of River Quay".

George W. Eby and Thomas V. Eby, Union, Ohio

0.25 cubic feet (4 folders)
The papers of the Trimble family contain clippings related to the Trimble and Duncan families, correspondence between the families, and the diary from 1876 to 1879 of Susan Duncan, the mother of Martha Duncan who married into the Trimble family.