Posted By:Thomas Kerwin
Subject:Re: Henry & Mary Jane Rhoads/Rhodes/Rhoades Family TN-MO-KS-MO
Post Date:August 01, 2012 at 08:22:58
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Iím not related to any member of this family.

1940 is the last available and searchable census at this time.

1850 -
Name: Henry Rhoads
Age: 60
Birth Year: abt 1790
Birthplace: North Carolina
Home in 1850: District 11, Macon, Tennessee
Gender: Male

Henry Rhoads 60, NC - farmer
Sarah R Rhoads 55, NC
Minervia Rhoads 22, TN
Melissa Rhoads 16, TN
Alesella Rhoads 12, TN
Abner Rhoads 14, TN
Noah Rhoads 9, Tn

1850 -
Name: Henry Rhoade
[Henry Rhoads]
Age: 23
Birth Year: abt 1827
Birthplace: Te
Home in 1850: District 11, Macon, Tennessee
Gender: Male

Henry Rhoade 23, TN - farmer
Mary J Rhoade 22, TN
Wilson G Rhoade 2m, TN

KS Vital Records -
Birth and Death records have been filed in this office since July 1, 1911. Marriage records have been filed with this office since May 1, 1913.

By state law, vital records filed with this office are not open for public inspection and the requestor must meet certain eligibility requirements; which is -- must be named on the record, an immediate family member, or someone who can legally prove the record is necessary for the determination of personal or property rights. We allow post 1940 records to be requested by parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts and uncles. Pre-1940 records must be requested by someone with the relationship of at least a cousin. A request without an exact date can be made if enough other information is provided and the name is not a particularly common one (i.e. "John Smith"). By law, the initial $15.00 fee is a five-year record search fee -- one certified copy is issued if the record is found and if not found, the fee is retained. Up to a five-year span can be searched for the $15.00 fee, but it does help to have the date narrowed down as much as possible.

Kama Maruska
Office of Vital Statistics

Missouri Death Records
Death certificates for Missouri 1910-1961 deaths can be downloaded and printed out for FREE, at this site:

- - Birth & Death records for Missouri began in 1910 - -

Most likely ppl were burried "on the family farm" at that time.