OK added Seamster and the Issac, not sure about their son though since he doesn't sound like a permanent settler?
Here is what the list has grown to so far:
Early Schuyler Co. MO Settlers prior to to 1850:
Samuel Eason - Chariton river 1835
James K. Eason - First white child born in Schuyler county
Goodson Eason - son
Walter Eason - son
Moses Stice - Scotland/Schuyler border
David Flyod - 1837
John S. Fulcher - Queen City 1837
John & Sarah (LeGrand) Seamster - 1848.
Notable Early Settlers (Southern County):
William A. Rhodes
William T. London
Charles M. London
Thomas B. DeBois
John M. Fish
Isom B. Fletcher
James M. Bryant
Notable Early Settlers (Eastern County):
Henery H. Kethe
George F. Palmer
Notable Early Settlers (Northern County):
James H. Ford
Benjamin D. Smyser
Stephen H. Cosler
Misc. Early Notes and Names
Jonathan Riggs - First county Sheriff, Riggs brother, Samuel was Davis Co. IA Sheriff.
William F. James - coal miner near Jimstown
Ira Golston - coal miner
Hathaway - 1841 teacher
Mrs. Edwin French - 1841 teacher
Jesse K. Baird - 1842 Teacher
James Johnson - 1842 Teacher (Died during first year)
Edwin French along with John M. Fish opened a store in Tippecanoe in 1840
John Jones - opened a wool mill in Tippecanoe 1840
Thomas Byrant built first house in Lancaster 1844
Jacob Witter - Greentop via Swizerland 1859. Furniture and undertaker.
William Wayman - Greentop from Bucks Co. PA
Dr. James A. Wilson - 1878 Greentop via VA
James Clapper - Greentop. Early representaive of the Co. 1863.
Dr. F.B. Farrington - Greentop
Fred J. Tice - Greentop 1866. Merchant, Postmaster in 1877.
W.L. Young - born 1867 in Greentop. Drugist. Formed GreenTop Lumber Co. with B.L. Eastin in 1893.
Dr. A.W. Parrish - Queen City doctor in 1874.
Dr. J.O. Coffey - Queen City doctor 1885.
J.T. Casper - Queen City lumber and hardware.
William Saxbury - Queen City
John Brower - Queen City
Sherman Brower - Queen City
Fred Shelton - Queen City
Alexander H. Wells - Coatsville founder 1868.
John B. Holbert - Coatsville founder 1868.
James T. Guinn - Coatsville founder 1868.
James Fenton - Coatsville
Samel Rhodes - Coatsville
William B. Gilbert - Coatsville
W.F. James - Coatsville BlackSmith
Sarah B. Coffman - Coatsville doctor.
M.N. Cook - Coatsville doctor.
Stiles and Alexander Forsha founded Glenwood in 1868.
John B. Glaze - Built first house in Glenwood in October 1868.
William J. Willams - From Wales, bought Woolen Mills in Glenwood in 1881.
Dunbar Brothers - Machine shop Glenwood
James Cochran opened first store in Lancaster 1845, built by Thomas Byrant
Thomas McCormick - Started a business in Lancaster in 1846.
William Buford - Started a business in Lancaster in 1846.
Shelton Graves - Started a business in Lancaster in 1846.
Isaac N. Ebey - First postmaster of Lancaster.
George Melvin - Lancaster postmaster 1853.
William Owens - Glenwood 1870.
Wesley Case - Glenwood 1870.
A.B. Case - Glenwood 1870.
Henry Chatton - Glenwood 1870.
Dr. Burgeon - Glenwood 1870.
J.W. Burns - Glenwood 1870.
Alvin H. Boze - Glenwood 1870.
Benjamin Woodson - Glenwood 1870.
S.N. Rector - Glenwood
O.K. Smith - Glenwood.
Charlie, John and William Chattin - Glenwood.
Isaac Anthony Newland - schoolteacher & preacher, worked on the Schuyler County elections board in 1845.
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