The 73d Meeting of the 12 Pioneer Families that settled Southwest Lawrence County Missouri will hold their Annual Reunion at 12 o'clock on the 3d Sunday, September 17, 2006 in Monett, Mo.
Descendants and friends of the following are cordially invited to the Reunion:
Gabriel Boucher* - Mary Smith of Allen County, KY
Peter Boucher - Sarah Goodnight of Allen Co. KY
Albertus Bright/Brite - Polly Metcalf of Allen Co. KY
Leonard Cagle - Elizabeth Smith, (sis/of Abigail Hewlett)
Samuel Hewlett - Abigail Smith (sis/of Elizabeth Cagle)
Oliver P Mann of Indiana - Jeanette Moody, d/o Isaac Moody
Jourdan Morris - Mary Ann Button of Barren Co. KY
Isaac Moody (of Va) - Malinda Bonner of Allen Co. KY
Moses Pruitt - Candis Omohundro of Allen Co. KY
Joseph Schooling of Virginia - Mary Fraim, Jefferson Co. Ky
John Spilman - Mary Boucher of Allen Co. Ky; d/o Peter
Benjamin Woods - Elizabeth Winters; Estab. Dry Valley Cem.
Edward Wormington - Nancy Ann Hassell of Sumner Co. TN
* John Smith Boucher, s/o Gabriel and Mary Smith left Lawrence County about 1853 and settled in Erath County, Texas in 1860. He went first to Hunt Co. Texas, 1854-1858. Descendants of Erath County Bouchers are welcomed also!
We gather together each 3d Sunday in September to renew old ties, make new friendships, pay hommage to those no longer with us, and celebrate new cousins. We are now from 34 of the 50 states and gather together this 3d Sunday, September 17, 2006 from 12 pm to 4pm.
Bring a covered dish and join us! Building has air conditioning and heated to meet all weather types. Building furnishes ceramic plates and flatware. Tea and sodas, plastic cups, napkins, salads, meats, veggies, desserts are furnished by Reunion attendees.
Contact me if you need more information about the above lineages and the Reunion.
See you at 12 o'clock noon in Monett!
Jean Gaw Buckley
12 Pioneer Family Reunion
Family Ties: Hewlett, Spilman, Boucher, Pruitt
WE ARE NOW A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI. Our Historic Cemeteries include Boucher, Mount Olivet and Dry Valley!
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