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Posted by: Amanda Cole (May) (ID *****4761) Date: March 30, 2007 at 05:57:58
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Trying to find more info about the burial place of David and Elizabeth Senate-Cole. I have looked in Franklin Co, Mo Genweb on different Cemeteries and no luck with their names, my notes say Cole Cemetery but hadn't found nothing, any help would be appreciated. I am send you what notes I have, just in case other Cole's are looking, please make contact, would love to chat and share info. Amanda Cole-May

Contact: Amanda Cole May maggiemay78362@yahoo.com


Descendant Register, Generation No. 1

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1. David COLE was born abt 1770 in Virginia, and died
21 May 1822 in Franklin Co, Missouri . He was buried
in Cole Cemetery (might be the Cole Cemetery in Dent
Co, Mo). He married Elizabeth Betsey SENATE Dec 1794
in Harrison Co., Kentucky. She was born 14 Aug 1775 in
Pennsylvania, and died 16 Dec 1856 in Franklin Co.,
Missouri. Some say she died in 1833? She was buried in Cole Cemetery, Franklin Co, Mo .

Note:
David Cole Owned land grant from the Spanish for land
on the Missouri River South of Present day St. Louis.
He is meantioned in the "History of St. Louis City and
County by J. Thomas Scharf, Louis Events & Co., Phil.
Pa 1833 page 185.
Also another note found was His HOMESTEAD was on the
Missouri River adjacent to that of Daniel Boone.
(notes of Thelma Friedman rfriedmn@misn.com )
General: David C. Cole was one of the first
Kentuckians to settle in the area that became Franklin
County. He moved with his wife and two baby boys into
the lower Missouri valley in 1798, arriving a year
before Daniel Boone. He crossed the Mississippi River
at the then village of St. Louis on the 30th of Nov.
1798. He made a home for his family in the Bon Homme
area west of St. Louis and later moved up the valley
to the Labadie area where he died in 1822.
David and his wife Elizabeth (Senate) had come from
Fayette County, Kentucky. They had a total of ten
children who grew up acquainted with the Boones and
other pioneer settlers along the lower river.

HE is said to of been buried in Franklin Co, MO in the
Cole Cemetery.
(Might be the Cole Cemetery in Dent Co, MO)

NOTES: FROM JOHN COLE - lcaplet@yahoo.com
David Cole Born 1760 In Pennsylvania. His Father Born
In East Prussia Which Is Now East Germany. The Name
Was Spelled Kohl. David Cole Was In The American
Revolution 7 years. Part Of The Time With George
Washington When He Crossed The Delaware And The Winter
At Valley Forge 24 Miles From Philadelphia 1777-1778.
The Winter Was Bitter Cold & Snow On The Ground With
11,000 Soldiers. Being Exposed To The Elements. There
Was Poor Housing, Some Living In Tents , Insufficient
Clothing Not Enough Food. Supplies Could Not Get
Through British Lines. Many Soldiers Did Not Survive.
Some Were In Rags & Some In Skin & Bones. David Cole
Was In The 4th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment. In 1783
A Certificate For 200 Acres Of Military Land Was
Granted To David Cole For $ 100.00. The Land Was Never
Claimed For Whatever Reason. He Was One Of The 1st
White Men West Of The Mississippi Coming To Missouri.
When It Was Louisiana Territory In 1799. He
Accompanied Daniel Boone On One Of His Trips Into
Kentucky. He Applied For A Land Grant In Missouri But
Was Not Granted Till 1805. It Was Located In Le Temme
Osage On Darst Bottom Next To Daniel Boone What Is Now
The St Charles, St Louis Area He Was Granted 430
Arpents Of Land Building A Small Cabin To Live In &
Tilling 4 Acres Raising Corn. It Was North Of The
Missouri River. In 1790 Census A Family Of 4 Was
Listed. His Brothers Fought With Him At The Battle Of
Crab Orchard In Tennessee. After The War Never See His
Brothers Ever Again. David Cole Died May 21 1822
Franklin Co Missouri. David Cole Son Stephen Cole Born
March 16 1815 St Charles Or St Louis Missouri Died
July 25 1881 Missouri Married Nancy Ellen Drennen
November 30 1837 Granddaughter Of Jonathan Drennen
Grandfather Jonathan Drennen Was Born in Cork Co
Ireland. Jonathan Drennen Fought In The Bunker Hill
During The American Revolution. Jonathan Drennen & His
Family Lived And Died In Missouri. Nancy Ellen Drennen
Born October 28 1819 Missouri Died August 15 1875
Franklin Co Missouri. Stephen- Nancy Drennen Cole Had
9 Children 5 Boys 4 Girls. John Cole, Sarah Cole.
Louisa J. Cole, . James L Cole, Washington Cole, Mary
Cole, Stephen Benjamin Cole, A Baby That Died At
Birth, Brother William David Cole Married Mary Bishop
They Had 7 Children. Stephen Benjamin Cole Married
Mary Frances Pruitt Daughter Of Robert Edward Pruitt-
Nancy Pierce. Stephen Benjamin- Mary Frances Cole Had
9 Children. In 1845 Stephen- Nancy Cole They Brought
40 Acres From Joseph & Polly Fischer For $300.00 And
In December 1848 They Purchase 40 Acres From James &
Mary Wheeler For $200.00 In Franklin Co Missouri.
April 1853 William Stewart Took Stephen Cole To Court
For The Sum Of $200.00. Stewart Got A Judgment And
Stephen Cole Had To Pay All The Court Costs. 80 Acres
Was Sold At Public Auction For $ 50.00. Brother
William David Cole Took Assignment On The Acreage &
Paid The Back Taxes Which Was $ 12.82. When Stephen
Benjamin Cole Was 12 years old. The Union Army Came
Foraging For Supplies & Horses. Just Stephen & His
Mother Nancy Was Home That Day. Someone Told Them The
Soldiers Was Coming In There Directions. Stephen Hid
The Horses In A Clump Of Willows About A Mile Away.
Hid The Bacon, Ham In The Plowed Field Where He Had
Been Plowing. The Army Left Empty Handed. In Early
1880 Stephen & Mary Frances Cole Left Franklin
Missouri For Oregon With There 2 Children Robert &
Nancy Ellen Cole. They Had 3 Years Of Crop Failure Due
To Hailstone, Tornadoes. Everything Was Flattened.
Only The Muddy Fields As Everything Was Ruined. The
Tornado Took Everything In The Path. Hail So large It
Took The Feathers Off The Poultry. They Left With A
Team Of Wagon.Upon Arriving In San Francisco They Sold
The Team & Wagon. Coming The Rest By Boat. The People
On Boat Was Mainly Chinese People. Nancy Ellen Cole
Banned With The Chinese People More Then Her Mother
Like. Everyone Enjoy The Boat Trip But Grandma Mary
Frances. It Made Her Sick. Could Not Stand The Rocking
& Swaying Of The Boat. The Trip Was Quiet Except For
The Ship Engine & Crew. When They Came Into Port At
Portland Oregon. Grandma Mary Frances Knew They Soon
Be On Solid Ground. They Came By Train From Portland
To Aumsville, Settling Near West Stayton Oregon
Grandpa Stephen Benjamin Had Rented A Farm. They Had 3
Children Born There Lucy Jane Cole, Mary Ada Cole,
Curtis Clinton Cole. They Lived There For 6-7 years.
They They Moved To Jordon East Of Scio Where 4
Children Was Born Roy Sylvester Cole, William Otto
Cole, Mable Dean Cole, Benjamin Ralph Cole . Grandma
Mary Ada Cole Attended School At Weasel Flat 3 Miles
South Of Lyons Oregon. She Would See Samuel Ablitz
Aplet Go By With His Team & Wagon Not Realizing
Someday He Would Be Her Father In Law. She Was In The
6th Grade.Stephen Benjamin Cole Was A Ordained
Minister Of The 1st Day Adventist Church Back In
Missouri. Later Became Baptist. He Was A Circuit Rider
Going Around With A Skinny Horse & Cart Picking Up All
The Little Children.He Would Be In The Pulpit
Preaching & Several Of His Children Would Go & Hang
Onto His Pant Leg. He Just Pat There Head And Go On
Preaching. He Had A Big Red Handkerchief He Carried
While Preaching & To Blow His Nose & Wipe The Sweat
Off His Face. Grandma Mary Frances Thought The
Children Should Stay In There Seat While There Father
Preach And Did Not Approve Of There Action In Church.
She Was A Prim & Proper Lady. No Nonsense With
Her.Grandma Mary Frances Had No Schooling So Grandpa
Stephen Benjamin Taught Her To Read & Write. Families
Them Days Only Thought Boys Should Go To School. And
Girls Did Not Need School. The Boys Was The Bread
Winner For Family. Grandma Mary Frances Could Cook,
Sew To Make Quilts. Love To Garden. Love House Plants.
She Had Her Mother Wedding Veil And Gave It To Her
Grandson Wife Lucille Leffler Who Married Angus
Benjamin Leffler. Grandparents Stephen Benjamin- Mary
Frances Cole Work As Long As Able To Farming And Help
Raised Strawberry With His Daughter Nancy Ellen Cole &
Her Husband Perry Lee Bilyeu. Grandpa Stephen Benjamin
Cole Also Married His Children When They Did Married.
Stephen Benjamin Cole Was Crippled With Arthritis And
Had To Walk With A Cane And He Lived Till Age 87 years
old and Grandma Mary Frances Lived Till Age 71 years
old.

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Re: COLE, ELISHA, 1832, MO
Posted by: Glenn D. Cole Date: September 14, 2000 at
11:17:42
In Reply to: Re: COLE, ELISHA, 1832, MO by Patti
Bledsoe of 14017

The information I have was compiled by Ester Truax of
Stillwater, OK and Dorothy Larrabee of Tulsa, Ok. I
got this information about 15 years ago. Have not been
in contact with them for a number of years and do not
know if they are even still alive. It would not
surprise me if Elisha was a preacher as that seems to
run in the Cole family. My information says Elisha was
born Nov. 1832 in Mo. Elisha was 1 of 6 children. One
of his brothers was Robert Bruce Cole, my
gggrandfather. Elisha's brothers and sisters were born
in Crawford and Dent county, Mo. An unnamed sister
1825, David 1827, Rebecca 1829 who married Jackson J.
Trusty 1853, Elisha 1832, William 1840, died in
Memphis, Tn during civil war, and Robert Bruce 1845.I
would love to have the inscription from Matilda's
grave. Do you have any information as to where Elisha
is buried? George Washington Cole was born Feb. 4,
1799 at Post of St. Andrea, St. Louis Co., Mo. George
Washington Cole is listed in a book called "Early Dent
County History". Dent county was part of Crawford and
Shannon Counties before 1851. George Washington Cole
was the son of David Cole 1770-1822. David Cole owned
a land grant from the Spanish for land on the Missouri
River south of present day St. Louis. David Coles farm
was adjacent to Daniel Boone's homestead. Most of the
Coles history I have goes back to Dent County. There
is a state park there called Mountauk and a church
before you enter the park called Mt. Olive. It was
build by and on land of Elisha's brother, Robert Bruce
Cole, my gggrandfather. The children I have shown for
Elisha were all born in Dent County. They are John
Marion 1859, M.Rebecca 1861, J.Lafayette 1862, E.S.
1865, Lillie Jane 1866, Rhonda S 1868, Thomas 1870,
Matilda 1871, Henry 1873, James David 1875, and Martha
1877. I do not think I have any information concerning
the Long's but will check my other information at
home. One of Elisha's brothers was David Cole born
1827. His descendants still live in Dent County, Mo. I
have just recently returned to working on my geneology
and am still trying to get up to speed on the internet
and sources. Let me know if this helps. I would love
to know more about Elisha's descendants. Thanks.
Glenn

FROM THE NOTES OFF OF HIS SON'S JACOB OBITUARY. (SEE
MORE UNDER JACOB'S NAME) THANKS TO THELMA FRIEDMANN
"Jacob Cole, the last of our pioneers gone, December
26, 1882"
EDITOR OBSERVER:
It does not seem justice to the memory of our pioneer
settlers to allow the last vulnerable representative
of thatworthy band to go to his final rest unnoticed
save by a few lines of an obituary. By such a notice
in a recent issue of the Observer, we are informed
that Mr. Jacob Cole is no more upon this earth, save
in the memory of his many friends. Mr. Cole was beyond
doubt, the last survivor of the few citizens who came
across the Mississippi and took up their abode in the
forests of Missouri, previous to the commencement of
the present century. He was born in Lafayette County,
Kentucky, Januaary 25, 1797. With his father and the
rest of their family he crossed the Mississippi at the
then village of St. Louis on the 30th of November
1798. The family pushed out into the woods south of
the Missouri River, but in 1804 they located in St.
Charles County north of the river. At that time there
was some trouble with the Indians in those parts, and
one John Ridenhour, a neighbor was killed by them.
Each settlement had its stockade for defense, and the
pioneer settler had to be soldier and hunter as well
as farmer, to maintain an existence in the forest.
Mr. Cole remembered well when there were but three
counties in the territory of Missouri and three courts
at St. Genevieve, St. Louis and St. Charles,
respectively. (NOTE...there were actually five
districts in the Territory of Missouri during that
early time. Jacob Cole or the writer forgot Cape
Girardeau and New Madrid.) The last time I had the
pleasure of conversing with Mr. Cole, a few months
since, his recollections of those early days seemed as
fresh as if he was in the vigor of early life and
manhood, and he conversed in a most historical manner
of historical events of three quarters of a century
ago as if they had occurred but yesterday. He said
that on the 13th of August 1813, he settled on what is
now included in Franklin County, and that fall put in
a crop of wheat near Labadie. His neighbors then were
few and far between. Daniel Boone was with his
settlement north of the river. He thought the farthest
up any white man had ventured to settle on the
Bourbeuse was at Porter Ford, in the neighborhood of
Union. He was of the opinion that the western boundary
of St. Louis county had not been established, that her
jurisdiction went clear through at least at least as
she was physically able to carry it. He well
remembered the great shake-up known as the New Madrid
earthquake of 1811. He said all the then settled
country this side of the Mississippi was considerably
shook up. In what is now New Madrid County, the
topography was so changed, the surface so rent and
broken as to destroy a good shaare of the farms that
had been cleared up. The government soon after ordered
the completion of the survey east of the 5th principal
meridian and south of the Missouri River. Those who
had been despoiled of their farms by the earthquake
then had issued to them scripts or warrants entitling
them to relocate on this survey. If he remembered
correctly, the survey was made in 1817. "Old Joe
Brown" had charge of the work and Mr. Cole assisted as
chain carrier. He related how a great many of those
who were intended to be benefited by this grant, but
having got the idea that real estate in these parts as
not real terra firma, bartered away their right to
locate for a mere trifle.


Children of David COLE and Elizabeth Betsey SENATE
are:
+ 2 i. Robert COLE was born abt. 1798 in Kentucky,
and died bef. 1860 in Missouri.
+ 3 ii. Jacob COLE was born 25 Jan 1797 in LaFayette
Co, Kentucky, and died 4 Dec 1892 in Franklin Co.,
Missouri.
+ 4 iii. George Washington COLE was born 4 Feb 1799
in St. Louis, or St. Charles Co, Missouri, and died
aft 1850 in Dent Co, MO.
5 iv. Sarah COLE was born 1801 in St. Charles, MO.
She married Fermin STITES.
6 v. Susan COLE was born 1803 in St. Charles, MO.
She married David DUNCAN.
+ 7 vi. Jonathan Mark COLE was born 1807 in St.
Charles, MO.
8 vii. David COLE was born 1809 in St. Charles,
MO, and died 26 Mar 1849. He married Martha TOPLEY.
9 viii. Louisa COLE was born 1811 in St. Charles,
MO.
10 ix. Mary Ann Elizabeth COLE was born 1813 in
St. Charles, MO. She married Robert COLVIN 10 Apr
1828.
+ 11 x. Stephen COLE was born 16 Mar 1815 in St.
Charles or St. Louis Co., MO, and died 25 Jul 1881 in
Missouri.






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Descendant Register, Generation No. 2

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2. Robert COLE (David COLE1) was born abt. 1798 in
Kentucky, and died bef. 1860 in Missouri. He married
Zipporah TAYLOR 07 Feb 1819 in Logan County, Kentucky.
She was born abt 1800 in Kentucky.

Note:
The LDS IGI has a marriage record that was submitted
on Patron Sheets:
Robert Cole and Seppy Taylor married 7 February 1819
in Logan County,
Kentucky.

1830 Bonhomme Twp, St. Louis, Missouri
COLE, Robert 30/40
2 males under 5
2 females under 5-9
1 female 10-14
1 female 30-40 (Zipporah)
next door TAYLOR, Jesse 20-30
2 females 0-4
1 female 5-9
1 female 20-30

1830 Montgomery Co, Mo (lower Loutre)
Daniel Taylor 80/90
James Taylor 30/40
upper Loutre
Mark Cole 30/40

(I have been told that Warren County was Part of
Montgomery Co, Mo at one time) same area
1840 Census Missouri Warren Bridgeport (pg 3 of 4)
COLE Robert age 40/50 *****must of moved to be closer
to Zipporah family (Taylor's)
also a woman age 40/50
with a whole bunch (8) of boys and girls

Living Next Door is: Warren Co, Mo
TAYLOR Daniel age 90/100
Wife age 60/70
(Perhaps, this is where the name Daniel Taylor COLE
came from.)

1850 Montgomery Co, Mo
Robert Cole 52 Ky
Zippanora 51 Ky
Daniel 20 Mo
Robert 17 Mo
John 15 Mo
Joseph 13 Mo

1860 census Loutre twp, Montgomery Co,MO
Zippora Cole 60 seamstress KY
Marion Cole 26 Mo INSANE
Joseph Cole 23 Mo Laborer

same town
James Cole 33 Mo
Jane Cole wife 28
James W. Cole 3
Wm H. Cole 1 *(abt b. 1859)

1870 census Montgomery Co, Mo
Cole James 42 Carpenter Kentucky
Cole, Jane 38 keeping house Illinois
Cole, James 13 male school Missouri
Cole, William 12 male school Missouri
Cole, Amanda 10 female School Missouri

INFO ON SON JAMES COLE
State of Missouri, County of Benton Book A pg. 164
I hereby do certify that I did solimize the site of
Maturmony between James N. Cole and Jane E. Bushong on
the 16th day of Febuary 1853 H H Hau J.P. Filed for
record March 10th 1853. *(same book that Daniel and
Eliza is in)

INFO ON SON DANIEL COLE
Found Marriage Certificate: This is to certify that I
solumilezed the site of maturmony as a minister of the
Methodist Church between Daniel T. Cole and Eliza Ann
Morton, September the 2nd 1852 Benton County, Missouri
1852 Robert J. Nilcura.( some of its hard to read..it
came from Benton County Record book and is wrote is
cursup..Book A page 158.


Children of Robert COLE and Zipporah TAYLOR are:
+ 12 i. Daniel Taylor COLE was born 04 May 1830 in
Bonhomme, St. Louis, Missouri, and died 07 Dec 1902 in
Salubria, Washington Co., Idaho Cambridge Cemetery.
+ 13 ii. James N COLE was born abt 1827 in Kentucky.

14 iii. Robert COLE was born abt 1833 in Missouri.

15 iv. Marion COLE was born abt 1834 in Missouri.
16 v. John COLE was born abt 1835 in Missouri.
17 vi. Joseph COLE was born abt 1837 in Missouri.
18 vii. Sarah Jane COLE was born bet. 1821-1825 in
Kentucky. She married Ambrose GREGORY 30 Dec 1840 in
Montgomery, Warren Co., Mo marriage preformed by
William Stevens.
+ 19 viii. Martha A COLE was born Feb 1825 in
Kentucky, and died aft 1900 in Missouri.
20 ix. UNKNOWN COLE was born bet 1819-1820 in
Kentucky.




3. Jacob COLE (David COLE1) was born 25 Jan 1797 in
LaFayette Co, Kentucky, and died 4 Dec 1892 in
Franklin Co., Missouri. He was buried in Beouff
Presbyterian Cemetery . He married Susan HARRISON 26
Jan 1821 in Franklin Co., Missouri. She was born abt.
1796 in Virginia.

Note:
1860 Boles Twp Franklin, Mo
Jacob Cole 63 Farmer 6100 2400 Ky
Sarah Cole 64 house Va
Wm N J Cole 27 Farmer 1750 160 MO
Hannah Harrison 17 Mo
Leth 13 MO
Jane Freeman 34 female MO
Henry Hullman 30 Laborer Germany
Chat Bell 21 Laborer MO
John Graham 17 Laborer MO

1870 Washington, Franklin Co, MO
Cole, Jacob 72 Farmer 4000 1300 KY
Cole, Sally 74 House Va
Freeman, Jane 42 MO
Pine, Laura 13 MO
Pine, Geo J 11 MO
Pine, Jasper W 9 MO
Calvin, Irwin 22 MO Laborer

1880 Census Place Canaan, Gasconade, Missouri
William COLE Self M Male W 47 MO Farmer KY VA
Susan COLE Wife M Female W 41 TN Keeping House TN TN
William COOPER SSon S Male W 23 MO Laborer TN TN
Mary SEATON SDau W Female W 20 MO TN TN
James COOPER SSon S Male W 18 MO Laborer TN TN
Charles COLE Son S Male W 12 MO TN TN
George COLE Son S Male W 10 MO TN TN
Jacob COLE Son S Male W 7 MO TN TN
William COLE Son S Male W 4 MO TN TN
Emma COLE Dau S Female W 1 MO TN TN
Jacob COLE GFather S Male W 84 KY KY KY

At Beouff Presbyterian Cemetery Franklin Co, Missouri:
Franklin Co, Mo Genweb
Cole, Jacob 25 Jan 1797 - 04 Dec 1892 (some say 1882)
Cole, W.N. 21 Aug 1831 - 15 Jul 1904
Cole, Susan A 11 Jun 1839 - 16 Jul 1882

When he died, a friend wrote a letter in his memory
which shows the affection and respect held for him in
his lifetime, and retells some of the interesting
events lived through by Jacob Cole. From the FRANKLIN
COUNTY OBSERVER, Washington, Mo., December 31, 1882.
"Jacob Cole, the last of our pioneers gone, December
26, 1882"
EDITOR OBSERVER:
It does not seem justice to the memory of our pioneer
settlers to allow the last vulnerable representative
of that worthy band to go to his final rest unnoticed
save by a few lines of an obituary. By such a notice
in a recent issue of the Observer, we are informed
that Mr. Jacob Cole is no more upon this earth, save
in the memory of his many friends. Mr. Cole was beyond
doubt, the last survivor of the few citizens who came
across the Mississippi and took up their abode in the
forests of Missouri, previous to the commencement of
the present century. He was born in Lafayette County,
Kentucky, Januaary 25, 1797. With his father and the
rest of their family he crossed the Mississippi at the
then village of St. Louis on the 30th of November
1798. The family pushed out into the woods south of
the Missouri River, but in 1804 they located in St.
Charles County north of the river. At that time there
was some trouble with the Indians in those parts, and
one John Ridenhour, a neighbor was killed by them.
Each settlement had its stockade for defense, and the
pioneer settler had to be soldier and hunter as well
as farmer, to maintain an existence in the forest.
Mr. Cole remembered well when there were but three
counties in the territory of Missouri and three courts
at St. Genevieve, St. Louis and St. Charles,
respectively. (NOTE...there were actually five
districts in the Territory of Missouri during that
early time. Jacob Cole or the writer forgot Cape
Girardeau and New Madrid.) The last time I had the
pleasure of conversing with Mr. Cole, a few months
since, his recollections of those early days seemed as
fresh as if he was in the vigor of early life and
manhood, and he conversed in a most historical manner
of historical events of three quarters of a century
ago as if they had occurred but yesterday. He said
that on the 13th of August 1813, he settled on what is
now included in Franklin County, and that fall put in
a crop of wheat near Labadie. His neighbors then were
few and far between. Daniel Boone was with his
settlement north of the river. He thought the farthest
up any white man had ventured to settle on the
Bourbeuse was at Porter Ford, in the neighborhood of
Union. He was of the opinion that the western boundary
of St. Louis county had not been established, that her
jurisdiction went clear through at least as she was
physically able to carry it. He well remembered the
great shake-up known as the New Madrid earthquake of
1811. He said all the then settled country this side
of the Missississippi was considerably shook up. In
what is now New Madrid County, the topography was so
changed, the surface so rent and broken as to destroy
a good shaare of the farms that had been cleared up.
The government soon after ordered the completion of
the survey east of the 5th principal meridian and
south of the Missouri River. Those who had been
despoiled of their farms by the earthquake then had
issued to them scripts or warrants entitling them to
relocate on this survey. If he remembered correctly,
the survey was made in 1817. "Old Joe Brown" had
charge of the work and Mr. Cole assisted as chain
carrier. He related how a great many of those who were
intended to be benefited by this grant, but having got
the idea that real estate in these parts as not real
terra firma, bartered away their right to locate for a
mere trifle. Thus were purchased rights to locate some
of the best farms in Missouri bottoms with merely
enough to equip a man with ax, gun and a dog, the
requistites for a start in the wilderness. Of course,
educational advantages could hardly be said to exist
at all in this part of the world when Mr. Cole was of
school age. He did attend school, however, once a term
of three or four weeks, was attending at the time of
the earthquake. After he had attained to man's estate
he applied himself to study, and acquired a fair
rudimentary education. As he was always fond of
reading, especially works on history and the
newspapers, and an agreeable conversationalist, he
would pass in almsost any company as an educated and
intelligent man.
The old inhabitants along the Missouri River well
remember when Jacob Cole was with them and a wealthy
as well as respected citizen. In his old age
misfortunes overtook him. The many broad acres he had
reclaimed from the wilderness and the comfortable
home, overlooking the great river, had to be
surrendered, and up, even to his 86th year, he "earned
his bread by the sweat of his brow." Last summer he
had harvested with his own hands a crop of wheat he
had sown himself, and sowed again last fall for next
harvest. But ere its time he has been gardnered.
Avenerable relic of other times and other generations,
probably the last patriot of Daniel Boone, and the
oldest inhabitant of the whole Missouri valley is gone
and none of the band of pioneers struggled more
arduously for the development of our country than he
has for the last three-quarters of a century; and none
in departing has left behind a more noble example of
purer character than has Jacob Cole. A friend.


Children of Jacob COLE and Susan HARRISON are:
21 i. Laura Jane COLE was born 07 Mar 1828 in
Missouri. She married UNKNOWN FREEMAN. She married
John OWEN.
22 ii. Amanda Fitz Ellen COLE was born 14 Dec 1829
in Missouri. She married Henry BULEDICK 14 Jan 1852.
+ 23 iii. William Newton Jasper COLE was born 21 Aug
1831 in Missouri, and died 05 Jul 1904 in Franklin Co,
Missouri.
24 iv. Lydia Wilmuth COLE was born 01 Jul 1834 in
Missouri. She married Richard RUE. She married James H
PINE 20 Jan 1855.
25 v. Leah Margaret COLE was born 21 Mar 1824 in
Missouri. She married John GRAHAM.
26 vi. Samuel Luallen COLE was born 21 Mar 1824 in
Missouri, and died 26 Apr 1824 in Missouri.
27 vii. Hannah Marie COLE was born 26 Jul 1826 in
Missouri, and died 25 Aug 1833 in Missouri.
28 viii. Montravello Walter Scott COLE was born 21
Aug 1833 in Missouri, and died 14 Sep 1833 in
Missouri.
29 ix. Thomas Milbern COLE was born 03 Feb 1838 in
Missouri, and died 06 Feb 1838 in Missouri.




4. George Washington COLE (David COLE1) was born 4 Feb
1799 in St. Louis, or St. Charles Co, Missouri, and
died aft 1850 in Dent Co, MO. He married Rebecca
FRANKLIN abt 1824 in Missouri.

Note:
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Re: COLE, ELISHA, 1832, MO
Posted by: Glenn D. Cole Date: September 14, 2000 at
11:17:42
In Reply to: Re: COLE, ELISHA, 1832, MO by Patti
Bledsoe of 14017

The information I have was compiled by Ester Truax of
Stillwater, OK and Dorothy Larrabee of Tulsa, Ok. I
got this information about 15 years ago. Have not been
in contact with them for a number of years and do not
know if they are even still alive. It would not
surprise me if Elisha was a preacher as that seems to
run in the Cole family. My information says Elisha was
born Nov. 1832 in Mo. Elisha was 1 of 6 children. One
of his brothers was Robert Bruce Cole, my
gggrandfather. Elisha's brothers and sisters were born
in Crawford and Dent county, Mo. An unnamed sister
1825, David 1827, Rebecca 1829 who married Jackson J.
Trusty 1853, Elisha 1832, William 1840, died in
Memphis,Tn during civil war, and Robert Bruce 1845.I
would love to have the inscription from Matilda's
grave. Do you have any information as to where Elisha
is buried? George Washington Cole was born Feb. 4,
1799 at Post of St. Andrea, St. Louis Co., Mo. George
Washington Cole is listed in a book called "Early Dent
County History". Dent county was part of Crawford and
Shannon Counties before 1851. George Washington Cole
was the son of David Cole 1770-1822. David Cole owned
a land grant from the Spanish for land on the Missouri
River south of present day St. Louis. David Coles farm
was adjacent to Daniel Boone's homestead. Most of the
Coles history I have goes back to Dent County. There
is a state park there called Mountauk and a church
before you enter the park called Mt. Olive. It was
build by and on land of Elisha's brother, Robert Bruce
Cole, my gggrandfather. The children I have shown for
Elisha were all born in Dent County. They are John
Marion 1859, M.Rebecca 1861, J.Lafayette 1862, E.S.
1865, Lillie Jane 1866, Rhonda S 1868, Thomas 1870,
Matilda 1871, Henry 1873, James David 1875, and Martha
1877. I do not think I have any information concerning
the Long's but will check my other information at
home. One of Elisha's brothers was David Cole born
1827. His descendants still live in Dent County, Mo. I
have just recently returned to working on my geneology
and am still trying to get up to speed on the internet
and sources. Let me know if this helps. I would love
to know more about Elisha's descendants. Thanks.
Glenn

Tract Book 4-20-34, Vol. 4, pg. 135, Jackson, Crawford
Co., Mo.

George Cole granted patent of eighty-two & 54/100
acres.

"The History of Dent County, Mo." 1978, pg. 34

George Cole was one of the organizers of the church at
Peter Skiles' house in 1852.

"Missouri Historical Review," Vol.23, pg 310

To George Cole is given the credit for making the
first permanent settlement in the present confines of
Dent County. He cleared and cultivated a farm, either
on the Meramec or one of its branches in 1828. Family
tradition has it that before moving to the Dent Co.
location, George Cole lived in St. Louis County on the
Meramec River. George Cole owned over 100 acres on
Current River, including some property called "Old
Salt Peter Cave."


Children of George Washington COLE and Rebecca
FRANKLIN are:
30 i. UNKNOWN COLE was born abt 1825 in Dent Co,
Missouri.
+ 31 ii. David COLE was born 16 Mar 1827 in Crawford
Co., Missouri, and died 22 Nov 1872 in Montauk, Dent
Co, Missouri.
32 iii. Rebecca COLE was born abt 1829 in Dent
Co., Missouri, and died 1903 in Texas Co, Missouri.
She married Jackson TRUSTY.
+ 33 iv. Elisha COLE was born Nov 1832 in Dent Co.,
Missouri, and died aft 1900.
34 v. William W COLE was born 1840 in Crawford
Co., Missouri, and died 10 May 1863 in Memphis,
Tennessee . He married Susana DUKE 16 May 1861 in Dent
Co., MO.
+ 35 vi. Robert Bruce COLE was born 04 Apr 1845 in
Crawford Co., MO, and died 25 Sep 1906 in Dent Co.,
MO.




7. Jonathan Mark COLE (David COLE1) was born 1807 in
St. Charles, MO. He married Mary SHORT 6 Mar 1827. He
married Sarah FOUTY 19 Apr 1870. She was born 1797 in
Virginia.

Note:
1870 census Caldwell Co., Mirabile Twp, MO
Trout/Frout, John 50?(hard to read age)wagon maker
1000 200 OH
Frout, Rhodra 50? (hard to read age) house WS
Frout, Peter 19 WS
Frout, John 16 WS
Frout, Jermie 12 WS
Frout, Herman 6 WS
Cole, Jonathan 63 Farmer 1000 800 Mo (married Apr
1870)
Cole, Sarah 73 900 200 VA

1880 census Rockford, Caldwell, Missouri
Jonathan COLE Self M Male W 72 MO Farmer VA KY
Sarah COLE Wife M Female W 83 VA Keeping House VA VA

Children of Jonathan Mark COLE and Mary SHORT are:
36 i. Samuel COLE. He married Agnes PULLMAN. He
married Nellie M ST. GEORGE.
37 ii. Alfred COLE. He married Mary Ann FREEMAN.
38 iii. John COLE was born bet 1825 - 1830. He
married Jane CRAIG.
39 iv. Mary COLE was born bet 1825 - 1830. She
married Robert KILGORE.




11. Stephen COLE (David COLE1) was born 16 Mar 1815 in
St. Charles or St. Louis Co., MO, and died 25 Jul 1881
in Missouri. He married Nancy DRENNAN 30 Nov 1837.

Note:
1870 Franklin Co., Prairie twp MO
Cole, Stephen 55 Farmer - 890 MO
Cole, Nancy 51 house 500 - MO
Cole, Benj 17 MO
next door
Cole, William 28 Farmer 800 470 MO..prob. son of
Stephen
Cole, Mary D. 25 House KY
Cole, Henry L. 3 MO
Cole, Jas. S 2/12 Mo

1880 Census Place Prairie, Franklin, Missouri
Stephen COLE Self W Male W 65 MO Farmer VA PA
(WIDOWED)

Child of Stephen COLE and Nancy DRENNAN is:
40 i. Benjamin COLE was born 1853 in Missouri.






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12. Daniel Taylor COLE (Robert COLE2, David COLE1) was
born 04 May 1830 in Bonhomme, St. Louis, Missouri, and
died 07 Dec 1902 in Salubria, Washington Co., Idaho
Cambridge Cemetery. He married Elizabeth Lorraine
MCDOWELL 07 Oct 1866 in Ada Co., Idaho Marriage record
#1050 vol.1 pg 23, daughter of Albert "Olly" MCDOWELL
and Francis "Fanny" BROWN. She was born 21 Jun 1848 in
Iowa, and died 30 Jun 1924 in Whitebird, Idaho. He
married Eliza Ann MORTON September 2, 1852 in Benton
County, Missouri, daughter of James MORTON and Louanna
ALEXANDER. She was born 1835 in Missouri, and died
aft. 1900 in prob Missouri.

Note:
On top my notes are coming up backwards, Daniel
married Eliza Morton first, and Elizabeth McDowell
second.

Also Salubria, Washington Co., Idaho is writing a
book about 1st settlers and Daniel T. Cole was one of
their first, 1860's. He will have his own paragraph
and story in that book.

Note:
COLE Robert born 1798 Kentucky
COLE Zipporah born 1800 Kentucky (wife of Robert
COLE)(maiden name Taylor)
COLE female daughter born bet. 1819 marriage and 1820
as of 1830 census
COLE female daughter born bet. 1821-1825 as per 1830
census
COLE female daughter born bet. 1821-1825 as per 1830
census
COLE James N born 1827 Kentucky
COLE Daniel Taylor born 1830 Missouri (1830 census
they are in Bonhomme, St. Louis, Missouri)
COLE Robert born 1833 Missouri
COLE Marion born 1834 Missouri
COLE John born 1835 Missouri
COLE Joseph born 1837 Missouri

The LDS IGI has a marriage record that was
submitted on Patron Sheets:
Robert Cole and Seppy Taylor married 7 February
1819 in Logan County, Kentucky.

1830 Bonhomme Twp, St. Louis, Missouri
COLE, Robert 30/40
2 males under 5
2 females under 5-9
1 female 10-14
1 female 30-40 (Zipporah)
next door TAYLOR, Jesse 20-30
2 females 0-4
1 female 5-9
1 female 20-30

1840 United States Federal Census Missouri Warren
Bridgeport(pg 3 of 4)
COLE Robert age 40/50
also a woman age 40/50
(8) of boys and girls
(I still don't have names for the girls, and it looks
like by 1840 one daughter has already married or moved
out)

(not sure if this is her father? but he is living next
door)
Living Next Door is:
TAYLOR Daniel age 90/100
Wife age 60/70
(Perhaps, this is where the name Daniel Taylor
COLE came from.)

1850 Montgomery Co, Mo
COLE Robert 52 Ky
Zippanora 51 Ky
Daniel 20 Mo
Robert 17 Mo
John 15 Mo
Joseph 13 Mo

1860 census Loutre twp, Montgomery Co,MO
COLE Zippora 60 seamstress KY
Marion Cole 26 Mo INSANE
Joseph Cole 23 Mo Laborer

same town
COLE James 33 Mo
Jane Cole wife 28
James W Cole 3
Wm H Cole 1 *(abt b. 1859)

1870 census Montgomery Co, Mo
COLE James 42 Carpenter Kentucky
Cole Jane 38 keeping house Illinois
Cole James 13 male school Missouri
Cole William 12 male school Missouri
Cole Amanda 10 female School Missouri

Found Marriage Certificate: This is to certify that I
solumilezed the site of maturmony as a minister of the
Methodist Church between Daniel T. Cole and Eliza Ann
Morton, September the 2nd 1852 Benton County, Missouri
1852 Robert J. Nilcura.( some of its hard to read..it
came from Benton County Record book and is wrote is
cursup..Book A page 158.

His brother James N. Cole in same book.
State of Missouri County of Benton Book A pg. 164
I hereby do certify that I did solimize the site of
Maturmony between James N Cole and Jane E. Bushong on
the 16th day of Febuary 1853 H H Hau J.P. Filed for
record March 10th 1853.

Daniel and Eliza had two children
James Robert Cole b. 1855 Missouri
Seth B. Cole b. 1856 Missouri

By 1860 census Daniel is gone.
I have been told that while Eliza was preg. with Seth
who was born in 1856, Daniel and Eliza's father James
both very good with guns, they got into a fight and
Daniel accidently? shot and killed James Morton
(Eliza's father)he took off, and was never heard from
again or spoken about again. They say the family is
very hush hush about this. We believe that Seth was
named after Seth B. Howard who married one of Eliza's
sister, Martha E. Morton.

In 1862 Eliza remarries to a Charles L. Sharp.
With help from A friend we, found Daniel T. Cole in

1860 census Plumas Co, Rich Bar Twp, CA
Danl T. Cole male 30 m miner MO value of $600.
Madison Hall male 28 miner OH value of $1000

Soon emigrants began to move into the area on up the
Weiser River. Indian Valley, 12 miles east of
Salubria, was the next area to begin to be populated.
One of the early emigrants was a sickly man, Albert
'Olly' McDowell. He and his wife, Francis Brown, had
six children and came from Dubuque, IA. Albert had
tuberculosis, and his doctor had advised him to move
to a warmer climate. It could be argued that the
Weiser River valleys were probably no warmer than
where he had come from, but in 1867, he and two
brothers, with a friend, Isaac Spoor, formed a wagon
train, and the family came first to Salubria. These
all traveled up the Crane Creek variant.

Albert's two older girls, Elizabeth and Elvira, stayed
in Salubria where Elizabeth found a school teacher's
position in need of her skills in 1868. She met
"Daniel" Taylor Cole, a young, earlier emigrant to the
area, who was also TEACHING IN SCHOOL, and soon
married him. (Two teachers in one school offers a hint
of how large the school had become with the influx of
those early pioneers.) Albert tried Indian Valley for
a short time, but evidently it was not helpful to his
health. His family picked up their things and moved on
to Monterey, CA, the same year they came to Idaho, in
1867.

Marriage records ID#1050 Ada Co, Idaho Middleton
Precinct. on 7 Oct. 1866 D.T. Cole married Elizabeth
McDowell.vol 1 pg 23.

1870 Census Ada Co, Boise, Idaho
Cole, Daniel T. 40 Farmer MO value 500/250
Cole, Elizabeth 22 Iowa
Cole, Mary E 2 Idaho (Mary Emma)
Cole, Hattie 1 Idaho

1880 Census - Lower Weiser Valley, Washington co,
Idaho
Daniel Cole 50 MO. Farmer Ky Va
Elizabeth Cole 31 IA keeping house SC SC
Emma Cole 12 school MO IA
Hattie Cole 11 Id school MO IA
Ninnie Cole 9 ID school MO IA
Charles Cole 7 ID school MO IA
Horace Cole 4 ID school MO IA
Delia Cole 3 ID school MO IA
(daughter) Cole 1 Id school MO IA
Charles McDowel BroL 17 IA visiting SC KY
Notice: on LDS the age of Daniel and Elizabeth was
typed in wrong 58,36. on original documents there ages
are 50 and 31. correction made.

Daniel T. Cole Washington Co, Idaho
State: Idaho
Acres: 160
Issue Date: Nov 7 1888
Land Office: Idaho
Authority May 20, 1862 Homestead Entry Origanal (12
Stat.392)
Document# 492
Accession Serial # IDIDAA 016040
BLM Serial # IDIDAA 016040

1900 Washington Co, Salabria Pct, Idaho
(note: married 34yrs. so that would be abt. 1866
perfect timing)
Cole, Daniel May 1830 70 34md Mo Ky Ky
Cole, Elizabeth Jan 1848 51 Iowa, Sc NY (12child, 11
alive)
Cole, Charles Nov 1873 26 Id Mo Iowa Miner
Cole, Delia Mar 1878 22 Id Mo Ia
Cole, Meta Mar 1879 21 same
Cole, Inez Jun 1885 15 same
Cole, Lily May 1885 14 same
Cole, Daniel Sep 1889 10 same
Cole, Perry Mar 1893 7 same

Notice: We found in Cambridge Cemetery: Salubria,
Washington co, Idaho
Cole, Dickie b. 12-5-1890 d. 6-25-1891 ** other info
below on Dickie
Cole, Infant (2 girls) sal sx
Cole, Daniel Taylor b. 5-4-1830 d. 12-7-1902 Sal 8b
10ST OB
Cole, Elizabeth Taylor b. 4-25-1881 d. 4-21-1895

Children are listed:
1 Mary Emma==1868
2 Hattie==1869
3 Ninnie==1871
4 Charles==1873
5 Horace==1876
6 Delia==Mar 1878
7 Meta==Mar1879
8 Elizabeth Taylor== 25 Apr 1881, d. 21 Apr. 1895
9 Inez== June1885
10 Lily== May1886
11 Daniel== Sept1889
12 Dickie Cole b.12-5-1890 d. 6-25-1891
13 Perry==May 1893

Elizabeth L. Cole
State: Idaho
Acres: 160
Issue Date: Jun 26, 1911
Boise City
U.S. Reservations: Yes
Authority May 20, 1862 Homestead Entry Original
Doc #03614
Accesion Serial # 213001
BLM Serial # IDB 0003614

Elizabeth L. Cole
State: Idaho
Acres: 120
Issue Date: Dec 5, 1921
Boise City
U.S. Reservations Yes
Authority May 20, 1862 Homestead Entry Original
Doc # 018077
Mis Doc # 0
Accession Serial # 836876
BLM Serial # IDB 0018077

Letter from Dottie Emert, researcher in Idaho on
Daniel T. Cole
Hello again:
07-Dec-1902 Death of D.T. Cole
D.T. Cole, an old timer in this valley, passed away
last Sunday
evening. He had been ailing for a good many years, and
his death was not unexpected.
Mr. Cole was born in St. Louis on May 4, 1830, and was
in his 64th year
when he died. He was married at Boise to Miss
Elizabeth McDowell and
shortly afterward moved to this valley, arriving here
in 1868, and has been a resident of this neighborhood
ever since. He at one time owned the farm on which Mr.
Eddy now lives, where the postoffice of Spring was
located.
Thirteen children were born to them, eleven of whom
are still living.
The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the
family residence, conducted by Rev. Willoughby. A
large concourse of friends followed the remains to the
Salubria cemetery, where he waslaid to rest.
He leaves a wife, four sons and seven daughters to
mourn his demise.

Obituary Elizabeth L. Hall
Elizabeth Lorraine McDowell was born at Dubuque, Iowa,
June 21,
1848. At sixteen years of age she taught her first
term of school near there.
In May 1865 she crossed the plains with her parents in
company with a Quaker emigrant train of 300 wagons,
bound for California. In the fall of 1865 they reached
Boise Valley Idaho, where she accepted a term of
school for the winer, the emigrant train continuing on
its way to California.
October 7, 1866, she was married to Daniel T. Cole at
Boise. After
spending three years near there they came to Salubria
Valley, where
with the exception of five years, they spent their
married life. Daniel T. Cole died Dec. 7, 1902.
Thirteen children were born to them, eight of whom are
living: Mary
E. Lynch, McMinville, Ore., Hattie L. Macey,
Potersville, Calif., Nina L. Nixon, Brownlee, Ore.,
Chas. A Cole, Homestead, Ore., Adelia V.
Roberts, Los Angeles, Calif., Carmeta B. Moore,
Wildhorse, Ida., Daniel T. Cole, Los Angeles, Calif.,
Perry A. Cole, Casper, Wyo., Inez H. Typton,
Whitebird, Idaho.
Mrs. Cole was postmistress at Spring, Ida. for 13
years and among
her letters were found a letter of appreciation from
Postmaster General
Jno. Wannamaker. She was twice elected Justice of the
Peace in the Salubria Precinct. Her standing in the
community in which she lived was always the highest -
she was loved and revered by her neighbors, and
numbered her friends by her acquaintances. In the
early days she was ever the first at the bed-side of a
sick neighbor and her entire life was one of service.
In March, 1923 she was married to Geo. W. Hall at
Viculin, Calif.
Every since his sudden death last november she has
been gradually failing in health. About the first of
June she went to visit her daughter, Mrs. Typton, at
Whitebird, where she passed away June 30, 1924. Altho
there but a short time, she had won the hearts of her
daughters friends.
Funeral services were conducted by the Rebekah Lodge
of which she
was an old and honored member, and she was buried in
the beautiful Odd Fellow cemetery near Whitebird.
Besides her children she leaves one sister, Mrs.
Adelia Upchurch of
Boise and one brother, Albert McDowell of Indian
Valley, also 22 grand
children and eight great grand children to mourn her
departure.
I haven't tried to find D.T.'s Probate record, but
it's the next
thing on my list, so if there is a will I will get it
to you. The museum in Cambridge has pictures of most
of the Cole family with the exception of (wouldn't you
know) Daniel, and copies of these could be sent to
you.
We have obituaries for two of the children, Daniel T.,
and Lilian if you are interested, and copies of his
homestead deeds.
Good hunting, and God Bless. Dottie Emert, Weiser,
Idaho.

(Dickie Taylor is buried in an isolated ranch
grave, not in the Salubria Cemetery: "Bo Thorson
writing to someone: " We don't really know why Dickie
was buried where he is. It was common for people to
bury family on their homestead, especially children.
Although the Salubria cemetery was started in 1880,
the river may have been high, or the distance
prohibitive, or since it was winter, the snow may have
been heavy. But most likely it was just the common
practice. It is more unusual, however, to have such a
stone. He must have been a much loved baby, and his
parents had sufficient funds to get a stone soon after
his death. Dickie's stone was done by a George Moody,
who was a stone carver in Salubria around 1892 for
several years. He later moved to Moscow and is rather
well known in Idaho especially for his work in the
north.
At the time we did the study of the isolated
graves, the Museum erected the fence around Dickie's
grave to preserve it from the work being done
nearby.")

Children of Daniel Taylor COLE and Elizabeth Lorraine
MCDOWELL are:
41 i. Mary Emma COLE was born abt 1868 in Idaho.
She married UNKNOWN LYNCH. She married William MONROE
14 Nov 1882 in Washington co., Idaho.
+ 42 ii. Hattie Louisa COLE was born 03 Mar 1869 in
Idaho, and died 19 Aug 1937 in Idaho.
43 iii. Nina L COLE was born abt 1871 in Idaho.
She married UNKNOWN NIXON.
44 iv. Charles A COLE was born Nov 1873 in Idaho.
+ 45 v. Horace G COLE was born Aug 1876 in Idaho.
46 vi. Adelia V COLE was born May 1878 in Idaho.
She married UNKNOWN ROBERTS. She married Harry E
RANNELLS 24 Nov 1902 in Washington Co., Idaho.
47 vii. Carmeta B COLE was born Mar 1879 in Idaho.
She married UNKNOWN MOORE.
48 viii. Inez H COLE was born Jun 1885 in Idaho.
She married UNKNOWN TYPTON.
+ 49 ix. Lillian May COLE was born 25 May 1886 in
Idaho, and died 12 Nov 1907 in Midvale, Idaho.
50 x. Elizabeth Taylor COLE was born 25 Apr 1881
in Idaho, and died 21 Apr 1895 in Salubria, Washington
Co., Idaho Cambridge Cemetery.
Hummm...Error seeking to F546930638
+ 51 xi. Daniel T COLE was born Sep 1889 in Idaho,
and died 12 Jan 1960 in Lewiston, Idaho.
52 xii. Dickie (Richard) COLE was born 05 Dec 1890
in Idaho, and died 25 Jun 1891 in Salubria,
Washington, Idaho .
53 xiii. Perry COLE was born Mar 1893 in Idaho. He
married Lela UNKNOWN.


Children of Daniel Taylor COLE and Eliza Ann MORTON
are:
+ 54 i. Seth B. COLE was born Dec. 1856 in Warsaw,
Benton County, Missouri, and died 21 Nov. 1934 in
Aransas Pass, San Patricio Co., Texas.
+ 55 ii. James Robert COLE was born 31 Mar. 1855 in
Warsaw, Benton County, Missouri, and died 14 Oct. 1925
in Fort Smith, Arkansas buried at Oak Cemetery, Fort
Smith, Ark, sec.40 row3.




13. James N COLE (Robert COLE2, David COLE1) was born
abt 1827 in Kentucky. He married Jane E BUSHONG,
daughter of James BUSHONG and Mary UNKNOWN. She was
born abt 1832 in Illinois .



Children of James N COLE and Jane E BUSHONG are:
56 i. James W COLE was born abt 1857 in Missouri.
57 ii. William H COLE was born abt 1859 in
Missouri.
58 iii. Amanda COLE was born abt 1860 in Missouri.


Note:
State of Missouri
County of Benton Book A pg. 164
I hereby do certify that I did solimize the site of
Maturmony between James N. Cole and Jane E. Bushong on
the 16th day of Febuary 1853 H H Hau J.P. Filed for
record March 10th 1853. *(same book that Daniel and
Eliza was in)

1860 Montgomery Co, Missouri
James Cole 33 Mo
Jane Cole wife 28
James W. Cole 3
Wm H. Cole 1 *(abt b. 1859)

1870 census Montgomery Co, Mo
Cole James 42 Carpenter Kentucky
Cole, Jane 38 keeping house Illinois
Cole, James 13 male school Missouri
Cole, William 12 male school Missouri
Cole, Amanda 10 female School Missouri
but new child Amanda 10 *(abt b.1860)


19. Martha A COLE (Robert COLE2, David COLE1) was born
Feb 1825 in Kentucky, and died aft 1900 in Missouri.
She married William CARVER 12 Oct 1848 in Warren Co.,
Missouri. He was born 1827 in Missouri, and died 26
Jul 1888 in Missouri.

Note:
1830 Bonhomme Twp, St. Louis, Missouri
> COLE, Robert 30/40
> 2 males under 5 (James and Daniel)
> 2 females under 5-9 (names unknowned)(bet.
1821-1825)
> 1 female 10-14 (names unknowned)(bet. 1819
marriage-1820)
> 1 female 30-40 (Zipporah)

I THINK THIS MIGHT BE ONE OF THEM IN THE 1870 CENSUS
MARTHA CARVER IS LIVNG NEXT DOOR TO JAMES COLE
(BROTHER?)THE JAMES COLE IS FOR SURE MY JAMES COLE
WHOM MARRIED JANE BUSHONG. My Coles were in Danville,
Loutre, Montgomery Co, Mo. We are looking for 3
daughters and I believe this is one of them

1870 CENSUS DANVILLE, MONTGOMERY, MO
Carver, William 43 Laborer Mo
Carver, Martha 45 house KY
Carver, John 20 MO
Carver, Robert 19 MO*********prob. named after her
father
Carver, Sarah 17 School Mo
Carver, Annie 12 School Mo
Carver, Mary 11 Mo
Carver, David 9 Mo********prob. named after her
grandfather
Carver, Belle 7 Mo
Carver, Frances 5 Mo
Carver, Joseph 3 Mo
Carver, Effa 1 Mo

next door
Bridges, Jane 36
Bridges, Emma 13
Bridges, Edney 11
Cole, James 43 Laborer KY
Cole, Jane 40 Mo
Cole, James 15 Mo
Cole, William 13 Mo
Cole, Amanda 9 MO

1880 Census Place District 158, Danville, Montgomery,
MO

Wm. CARVER Self M Male W 53 MO Farmer VA VA
Martha CARVER Wife M Female W 55 KY Keeping House KY
KY
John CARVER Son M Male W 27 MO Making Ties MO KY
May CARVER DauL M Female W 25 CA Keep House ENGLAND
ENGLAND
Jennie M. CARVER GDau S Female W 5 MO CA MO
Joseph CARVER Son S Male W 13 MO Works At Home MO KY
Effie M. CARVER Dau S Female W 11 MO MO KY


Children of Martha A COLE and William CARVER are:
59 i. Robert CARVER was born 1851 in Montgomery
Co., MO.
60 ii. John CARVER was born May 1850 in Montgomery
Co., MO.
61 iii. Sarah CARVER was born 5 Feb 1853 in
Montgomery Co., MO.
62 iv. Mary Jane CARVER was born 27 Feb 1856 in
Montgomery Co., MO.
63 v. Annie CARVER was born 1858 in Montgomery
Co., MO.
64 vi. David Jesse CARVER was born 2 Nov 1861 in
Montgomery Co., MO.
65 vii. Leona Belle CARVER was born 09 Feb 1863 in
Montgomery Co., MO.
66 viii. Frances CARVER was born 1865 in
Montgomery Co., MO.
67 ix. Joseph Daniel CARVER was born 02 Dec 1865
in Montgomery Co., MO.
68 x. Effa CARVER was born 1869 in Montgomery Co.,
MO.




23. William Newton Jasper COLE (Jacob COLE2, David
COLE1) was born 21 Aug 1831 in Missouri, and died 05
Jul 1904 in Franklin Co, Missouri. He was buried in
Beouff Presbyterian Cemetery. He married Susan
Angeline SMITH. She was born 11 Jun 1839 in Tennessee,
and died 16 Jul 1882 in Franklin Co, MO. She was
buried in Beouff Presbyterian Cemetery.

Children of William Newton Jasper COLE and Susan
Angeline SMITH are:
+ 69 i. Charles Austin COLE was born 21 Dec 1867 in
Franklin Co, MO.
+ 70 ii. George Leo COLE was born 24 Nov 1869 in
Franklin Co., Missouri, and died 26 Apr 1957 in
Springfield, Missouri.
+ 71 iii. Jacob Edgar COLE was born 14 Nov 1872 in
Gerald, Missouri, and died 30 Nov 1950.
72 iv. William Leslie COLE was born 30 Mar 1876 in
Missouri, and died 27 Jan 1933 in St. Louis, Missouri.
He married Agatha BUESHER.
73 v. Emma Josephine COLE was born 03 Dec 1878 in
Missouri, and died 16 May 1907 in Missouri.




31. David COLE (George Washington COLE2, David COLE1)
was born 16 Mar 1827 in Crawford Co., Missouri, and
died 22 Nov 1872 in Montauk, Dent Co, Missouri. He
married Mary "Polly" SPRINGER.

Children of David COLE and Mary "Polly" SPRINGER are:
74 i. Nancy Elizabeth COLE was born Jan 1851 in
Dent Co, MO.
75 ii. Rebecca Jane COLE was born 17 Jun 1853 in
Texas Co., MO, and died 06 May 1882 in Montauk, Dent
Co., MO. She married William Thomas WOODWARD.
+ 76 iii. George Washington COLE was born 06 Apr
1856 in Dent Co, MO, and died 26 Jan 1926 in St.
Louis, MO.
77 iv. Mary Frances COLE was born 04 Jan 1860 in
Montauk, Dent Co, MO, and died 23 Dec 1942 in
Weleetka, OK. She married James Buchanan WOODWARD.
+ 78 v. William Bruce COLE was born 07 Sep 1865 in
Dent Co, MO, and died 15 Oct 1936 in Montauk, Dent Co,
MO.
79 vi. Martha Louisa COLE was born 09 Jul 1869 in
Dent Co, MO, and died 08 Jun 1941 in Houston, Texas
Co., MO.




33. Elisha COLE (George Washington COLE2, David COLE1)
was born Nov 1832 in Dent Co., Missouri, and died aft
1900. He married Matilda ROBERTS.

Children of Elisha COLE and Matilda ROBERTS are:
80 i. John Marion COLE was born 1859.
81 ii. M Rebecca COLE was born 1861.
82 iii. J. Lafayette COLE was born 1862.
83 iv. E. S. COLE was born 1865.
84 v. Lillie Jane COLE was born Oct 1866.
85 vi. Rhoda S COLE was born 1868.
86 vii. Rhoda S COLE was born 1868.
87 viii. Thomas COLE was born Mar 1870.
88 ix. Matilda COLE was born 1871.
89 x. Henry COLE was born 1873.
90 xi. James David COLE was born Apr 1875.
91 xii. Martha COLE was born 1877.




35. Robert Bruce COLE (George Washington COLE2, David
COLE1) was born 04 Apr 1845 in Crawford Co., MO, and
died 25 Sep 1906 in Dent Co., MO. He married Susan
Easter BAIN 13 Feb 1873 in Dent Co., Missouri. She was
born abt 1843 in Tennessee. He married Tennessee
Parilee GRAHAM. She was born 12 May 1867 in Dent Co.,
MO. He married Ellen Cassandra GIDDENS.

Children of Robert Bruce COLE and Susan Easter BAIN
are:
92 i. Samuel Elisha COLE was born 27 Oct 1874 in
Texas Co., MO, and died 03 Apr 1953.
+ 93 ii. Reuben Burselia COLE was born 13 Sep 1876
in Texas Co, MO, and died 24 Aug 1936 in Snohomish,
WA.
+ 94 iii. George Washington COLE was born 30 Sep
1878 in Texas Co., MO, and died 18 Feb 1899 in
Hartshorn, Texas Co., MO.
+ 95 iv. John Edwin COLE was born 15 Jul 1880 in
Texas Co., MO, and died 13 Jul 1971 in OKlahoma.
+ 96 v. Charles Frederick COLE was born 03 Apr 1883
in Texas Co., MO, and died 25 Dec 1969 in Kay Co., OK.



Children of Robert Bruce COLE and Tennessee Parilee
GRAHAM are:
97 i. David Lafayette COLE was born 19 Jun 1868 in
Dent Co., MO, and died 30 Jul 1946 in Wagoner, OK.
98 ii. Sarah Rebecca COLE was born 12 Jun 1870.






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42. Hattie Louisa COLE (Daniel Taylor COLE3, Robert
COLE2, David COLE1) was born 03 Mar 1869 in Idaho, and
died 19 Aug 1937 in Idaho. She was buried 1937 in
Hillcrest Cemetery, Weiser, Washington, ID. She
married Charles F MACEY. He was born abt 1865 in MI.
She married Ferdinand ALERS. He was born 17 Feb 1853
in Germany, and died 05 Dec 1934 in Baker City, Baker
Co., Oregon. She married Francis Asbury KEENAN 31 Dec
1886 in Washington Co, Idaho, son of William Thomas
KEENAN and Margaret Victory HALNN. He was born Nov
1864 in Kansas, and died 1942 in Oregon.

Children of Hattie Louisa COLE and Ferdinand ALERS
are:
99 i. Phillipuse ? ALERS was born Mar 1891 in
Idaho.
100 ii. Ferdinand ALERS was born Jul 1894 in
Idaho.
101 iii. Perry ALERS was born Sep 1897 in Idaho.


Children of Hattie Louisa COLE and Francis Asbury
KEENAN are:
102 i. Mabel C KEENAN was born 1891.
103 ii. Thomas A KEENAN was born 1894, and died
1981.
104 iii. Mary M KEENAN was born 1896.
105 iv. Marion Russell KEENAN was born 1899, and
died 1972.
106 v. Fannie J KEENAN was born 1902.
107 vi. Bessie M KEENAN was born 1904.
108 vii. Theodore R KEENAN was born 1906.
109 viii. Irma I KEENAN was born 1909.
110 ix. Minnie M KEENAN was born 1911.
111 x. Bertha I KEENAN was born 1915.
112 xi. UNKNOWN KEENAN.
113 xii. UNKNOWN KEENAN.




45. Horace G COLE (Daniel Taylor COLE3, Robert COLE2,
David COLE1) was born Aug 1876 in Idaho. He married
Ona UNKNOWN. She was born May 1878 in Oragon.

Child of Horace G COLE and Ona UNKNOWN is:
114 i. Helena ? COLE was born Aug 1899 in
Salubria, Washington Co., Idaho.




49. Lillian May COLE (Daniel Taylor COLE3, Robert
COLE2, David COLE1) was born 25 May 1886 in Idaho, and
died 12 Nov 1907 in Midvale, Idaho. She was buried in
Midvale, Idaho. She married Charles Henry BRITTENHAM.
He was born 29 Nov 1880 in Pontiac, Oakland Co, MI,
and died 25 Nov 1959 in Lind, Adams Co, WA.

Children of Lillian May COLE and Charles Henry
BRITTENHAM are:
115 i. UNKNOWN BRITTENHAM was born 15 Oct 1909 in
Cambridge, Washington, Idaho.
116 ii. Howard BRITTENHAM was born abt 1912 in
Cambridge, Washington, Idaho.
117 iii. UNKNOWN BRITTENHAM was born 15 Mar 1915
in Cambridge, Washington, Idaho.




51. Daniel T COLE (Daniel Taylor COLE3, Robert COLE2,
David COLE1) was born Sep 1889 in Idaho, and died 12
Jan 1960 in Lewiston, Idaho. He married Inez HATHAWAY
05 Apr 1915 in Hamford, California, daughter of Lee J
HATHAWAY and Estella P UNKNOWN. She was born 1898 in
California.

Child of Daniel T COLE and Inez HATHAWAY is:
118 i. Murry D COLE was born 1920 in Kern Co,
California.




54. Seth B. COLE (Daniel Taylor COLE3, Robert COLE2,
David COLE1) was born Dec. 1856 in Warsaw, Benton
County, Missouri, and died 21 Nov. 1934 in Aransas
Pass, San Patricio Co., Texas. He married Samantha
Melvina LEMONS 27 Dec 1877 in Cooke County, Texas,
daughter of James Berry Lemmons LEMONS and Serina Mary
CRAIG. She was born 25 Aug 1858 in Cooke County,
Texas, and died 21 Sept 1936 in Aransas Pass, San
Patricio Co., Texas.

Children of Seth B. COLE and Samantha Melvina LEMONS
are:
+ 119 i. James Thomas "Jim" COLE was born 16 Feb.
1882 in Palo Pinto Co., Texas, and died 14 Sept. 1938
in Aransas Pass, San Patricio Co., Texas.
+ 120 ii. Lillie Gertrude COLE was born May 30, 1880
in Palo Pinto, Cooke Co, Tx, and died 1963 in Aransas
Pass, San Patricio Co, Tx.
+ 121 iii. Walter B. COLE was born Jan. 20, 1884 in
Voca, Texas, and died Oct. 31, 1933 in Aransas Pass,
San Patricio Co, Tx.
+ 122 iv. Willard "Willie" COLE was born Dec. 1889
in Voca, McCullough Co., Texas, and died Oct. 24, 1918
in Ingleside, San Patricio Co., Texas.
+ 123 v. Frances Marion COLE was born 20 Feb 1895 in
Voca, Texas, and died 5 May 1978 in Jefferson County,
Texas.
+ 124 vi. Irebuch "Leonard" COLE was born March 14,
1897 in Aransas Pass, San Patricio County, Texas, and
died July 17, 1968 in Aransas Pass, San Patricio
County, Texas.




55. James Robert COLE (Daniel Taylor COLE3, Robert
COLE2, David COLE1) was born 31 Mar. 1855 in Warsaw,
Benton County, Missouri, and died 14 Oct. 1925 in Fort
Smith, Arkansas buried at Oak Cemetery, Fort Smith,
Ark, sec.40 row3. He married Laura Ann BONNER 1890 in
Fort Smith, Arkansas by officiant Samuel Edmondson
Book D. pg. 14202, daughter of James P. BONNER and
Mary DODSON. She was born 24 Dec. 1872 in Nashville,
Tennessee, and died 12 Sept. 1934 in Fort Smith,
Arkansas buried in Oak Cemetery, Ft. Smith, Ark, Sec.
40 row 3. He married Mary Emma CLEMENT 1879 in
Greenwood County, Arkansas, pg. 38602 Book B.
officiant T.P. Peniger, J.P., daughter of Thomas
Jefferson CLEMENT and Mary Jane TEAVER. She was born
1863 in Texas, and died 15 Feb. 1889 in Fort Smith,
Arkansas death records Bk. 1 pg. 139 buried at Bloomer
Cemetery.

Children of James Robert COLE and Laura Ann BONNER
are:
125 i. Ira D. COLE was born 1896 in Indian Terr.,
Choctaw Nations, Oklahoma.
126 ii. Mary COLE was born in Arkansas, and died
in poss. California. She married UNKNOWN BUSHONG. She
married Carroll BUSHART.
127 iii. Dewey COLE was born abt. 1898 in Ind.
Terr., Oklahoma.
128 iv. James R. "Robert" COLE was born 1903 in
Indian Territory, Choctaw Nations, Oklahoma.
129 v. Vernon COLE was born abt. 1904 in Indian
Terr., Oklahoma.
130 vi. Amila? COLE was born 1893 in Oklahoma,
Indian Territory, Choctaw Nations. She married UNKNOWN
DICKSON.
131 vii. UNKNOWN COLE. She married Percy M. MOORE.

132 viii. Nellie COLE was born 1908 in Indian
Terr., Oklahoma.
133 ix. Mary COLE was born 1913 in Arkansas. She
married UNKNOWN BUSHONG.


Children of James Robert COLE and Mary Emma CLEMENT
are:
134 i. Mary A. COLE was born 1880 in Big Creek,
Sebastian, Arkansas, and died in died at early age.
135 ii. Elmer COLE was born 21 Jun 1889 in
Sebastian Co, Arkansas, and died in Oklahoma. He
married Kitty Attebury ROSE.
136 iii. Emma COLE died in died at two weeks old
and her mother died two weeks later. .




69. Charles Austin COLE (William Newton Jasper COLE3,
Jacob COLE2, David COLE1) was born 21 Dec 1867 in
Franklin Co, MO. He married Cora FITZGERALD 24 Dec
1891. He married Minnie E FAUGHNDER 29 Aug 1907.

Children of Charles Austin COLE and Cora FITZGERALD
are:
137 i. Raymond Wesley COLE was born 19 Nov 1892,
and died 27 Feb 1960.
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138 ii. Edith May COLE was born 31 Dec 1893, and
died 14 Feb 1979. She married John Alexander SWOBODA.

139 iii. Herbert Allen COLE was born 15 May 1905.




70. George Leo COLE (William Newton Jasper COLE3,
Jacob COLE2, David COLE1) was born 24 Nov 1869 in
Franklin Co., Missouri, and died 26 Apr 1957 in
Springfield, Missouri. He married Mary Ann BECK. She
was born abt 1874 in Gerald, MO, and died 27 Jul 1945
in Springfield, MO.

Children of George Leo COLE and Mary Ann BECK are:
140 i. Thurston Ashley COLE was born 19 Jun 1899
in St. Clair, Franklin Co., Missouri, and died 29 Jul
1996 in Springfield, Greene Co., Missouri. She married
Betty Maude RIDER.
141 ii. Bernice Ruth COLE was born 27 Jun 1901 in
St. Clair, Franklin Co., Missouri, and died 29 Jul
1996 in Springfield, Greene Co., Missouri. She married
Loren Elbert THOMAS.
+ 142 iii. Byron Leslie COLE was born 27 Feb 1903 in
St. Clair, Franklin Co., Missouri, and died 18 Mar
1977 in Springfield, Greene Co., Missouri.
143 iv. Maynard Leo COLE was born 02 Oct 1905 in
Missouri. He married Leola Louise CHITTIM. He married
Daisey Fern JUSTICE.
144 v. Hubert Eugene COLE was born 06 May 1908 in
Dixon, Missouri, and died 28 Dec 1908 in Dixon,
Missouri.
145 vi. Velma Ruby COLE was born 20 Dec 1909 in
Missouri.
146 vii. Elveda Alice COLE was born 25 Mar 1912 in
Missouri.
+ 147 viii. Stanley Arthur COLE was born 17 Mar 1914
in Missouri.
+ 148 ix. Lyman Beck COLE was born 16 Jan 1917 in
Richland, Pulaski Co, Missouri, and died 09 May 1986
in Missouri.




71. Jacob Edgar COLE (William Newton Jasper COLE3,
Jacob COLE2, David COLE1) was born 14 Nov 1872 in
Gerald, Missouri, and died 30 Nov 1950. He married
Emma Frances EHLERT.

Child of Jacob Edgar COLE and Emma Frances EHLERT is:
149 i. Ethal Amelia COLE was born 06 Sep 1898.




76. George Washington COLE (David COLE3, George
Washington COLE2, David COLE1) was born 06 Apr 1856 in
Dent Co, MO, and died 26 Jan 1926 in St. Louis, MO. He
married Mary Jane HOOVER.

Children of George Washington COLE and Mary Jane
HOOVER are:
150 i. James David COLE was born 19 Jun 1884.
151 ii. Phoebe Caroline COLE was born 28 Sep 1886.

152 iii. Mary Almeda COLE was born 20 Oct 1888.
153 iv. Nancy Edie Ann COLE was born 27 Apr 1891.
154 v. Aaron Richard COLE was born 23 Mar 1893.
155 vi. John Henry COLE was born 03 Sep 1894.
156 vii. Malissa Minerva COLE was born 14 Apr
1897.
157 viii. Ida Belle COLE was born 24 Aug 1899.
158 ix. Rubin Elisha COLE was born 01 Mar 1902.
159 x. Burrel Arthur COLE was born 18 Sep 1904.




78. William Bruce COLE (David COLE3, George Washington
COLE2, David COLE1) was born 07 Sep 1865 in Dent Co,
MO, and died 15 Oct 1936 in Montauk, Dent Co, MO. He
married Nancy C SHAW.

Children of William Bruce COLE and Nancy C SHAW are:
160 i. Robert David COLE was born 5 May 1891.
161 ii. Mary Louisa COLE was born 24 Oct 1892.
162 iii. John W COLE was born 08 Dec 1894.
163 iv. Jasper Caleb COLE was born 13 Feb 1897.
164 v. Dollie A COLE was born 22 May 1899.




93. Reuben Burselia COLE (Robert Bruce COLE3, George
Washington COLE2, David COLE1) was born 13 Sep 1876 in
Texas Co, MO, and died 24 Aug 1936 in Snohomish, WA.
He married Eva M McQuay TOWNE.

Children of Reuben Burselia COLE and Eva M McQuay
TOWNE are:
165 i. UNKNOWN COLE.
166 ii. Robert COLE was born 1915.




94. George Washington COLE (Robert Bruce COLE3, George
Washington COLE2, David COLE1) was born 30 Sep 1878 in
Texas Co., MO, and died 18 Feb 1899 in Hartshorn,
Texas Co., MO. He married Luetta HUMPHREYS.

Child of George Washington COLE and Luetta HUMPHREYS
is:
167 i. George Washington COLE was born 08 Sep
1899.




95. John Edwin COLE (Robert Bruce COLE3, George
Washington COLE2, David COLE1) was born 15 Jul 1880 in
Texas Co., MO, and died 13 Jul 1971 in OKlahoma. He
married Leona May UNSELL 26 Dec 1901 in York, Indian
Territory, OK. He married Paralee Skinner LAMPLEY 30
Oct 1925.

Children of John Edwin COLE and Leona May UNSELL are:
168 i. Samuel Charles COLE was born 11 Mar.
169 ii. Robert William COLE was born 02 Aug 1903.
170 iii. Lora Lillian COLE was born 1908.
171 iv. Freeman Span COLE was born 11 Apr 1910.
172 v. Oscar Brazill COLE was born 1916.


Child of John Edwin COLE and Paralee Skinner LAMPLEY
is: 173 i. Living COLE.




96. Charles Frederick COLE (Robert Bruce COLE3, George
Washington COLE2, David COLE1) was born 03 Apr 1883 in
Texas Co., MO, and died 25 Dec 1969 in Kay Co., OK. He
married Minnie Annie QUALLS.

Children of Charles Frederick COLE and Minnie Annie
QUALLS are: 174 i. Venus Carol COLE was born 26 Aug
1912.
175 ii. Victor Edwin COLE was born 13 Feb 1913 in
Oronogo, Jasper Co., MO, and died 13 Feb 1913 in
Oronogo, Jasper Co., MO.
176 iii. Esther Arebelle COLE was born 05 Apr
1915.
177 iv. Melba Goldman COLE was born 25 Feb 1918.
178 v. Charles Frederick Jr COLE was born 31 Jul
1926.




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