I really don't know anything about Annis Pullen, it could be she was a Byington, but I haven't really checked as I am more interested in finding Louise Bequette. Here is what I have as far as census info:
1870 Ste. Genevieve County, Jackson Twp.
Pullen, Annis female 44
1900 Ste. Gen Co., Jackson Twnp
Isaac Pullen, age 36
Emma, wife age 33
Annis, mother age 76
Henry, brother, single, age 35
Arthur, nephew, single ag. 19
I have found it hard to sort out families in that area, I have Bequettes, Drurys, Carons, and other families marrying through several generations.
I am just wanting to find what happed to Louise Bequette who married Isaac Pullen (I have a copy of their marriage record from Bloomsdale). She was my great-grandfather's sister (he was Ferdinand, went by Fred). Louise, Fred, and brother David were orphaned as children and split up and I have found David's family but can't find what happened to Louise and Isaac. I also don't know if this Emma listed in the 1900 census is Louise using a different name or what. I haven't found a death record for her in Ste. Genevieve County.
I can't find Isaac and family after 1900 in the Ste. Genevieve area. Someone has told me they thought they remember hearing the family moved to North or South Dakota or Minnesota. Who knows?? I haven't checked to see if
there are any Missouri state census records for 1885 or 1895 as yet.
If you have any thoughts on this let me know. It is my one unsolved mystery.
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