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George, Abraham, Richard, and William Talley were born and raised in England, but settled in Halifax Co., Va., at a very early date. George and William came to Missouri in 1817. and settled in Howard county, where they remained two years and then removed to Boone county. William settled in Audrain county in 1829, and George in 1831. The latter married Martha Wilson, and they had—William, Jr., Sally, James, Martha, Harriet, George, Boswell W., Wiley, and Judith. William Talley, Sr., married Judith Wilson, of Virginia, and they had—Elizabeth, John, Daniel, Wiley, Berry, Jennie, George, William and Lethe.
(Source:  A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri: with numerous sketches ... By William Smith Bryan publ. 1876 Transcribed by Andrea Stawski Pack)

Jackson Thomas was born and raised in Mercer Co., Ky., but removed to Monroe Co., Mo., in 1834, and to Audrain county in 1838. He married Sarah D. McGee, and they had— Ida C., James S., Mary J., Louisa A., Sarah E., Susan F., Martha E., and William J.
(Source:  A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri: with numerous sketches ... By William Smith Bryan publ. 1876 Transcribed by Andrea Stawski Pack)

Edward Tinsley.—The father of Edward Tinsley came from Scotland and settled on James river, in Virginia, before the revolutionary war. Edward married Elizabeth Buford, who was a sister of Colonel William Buford of the revolutionary war. They had— Caleb, Henry, Joshua, William, Abraham, Judith, Elizabeth, Rachel, and Frances. Caleb married Elizabeth Medley, of Virginia, and they had—Ann, Mildred, Peachey, Frances E., and Abraham B. Mr. Tinsley removed to Kentucky in 1816, and settled in Callaway Co., Mo., in 1837. Abraham B. married Rachel Jains, and settled in Audrain county in 1837. He was Sheriff of that county three terms, and represented it in the Legislature two terms.
(Source:  A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri: with numerous sketches ... By William Smith Bryan publ. 1876 Transcribed by Andrea Stawski Pack)

Thomas Turner, of Virginia, married Catharine Smith, of the same State, and settled on the Yadkin river, in North Carolina. They had a son named William, who was born in January, 1778, and is now living in Audrain Co., Mo. He has been a member of the Old Baptist Church for seventy-six years. He went to Kentucky with his parents in 1790, where he married Elizabeth Crooks, and in 1837 he settled in Boone Co., Mo., where he resided until 1869, when he settled in Audrain county. His children were—Thomas, James, Clinton, John, Samuel, Silas, Mary, Lucinda, Nellie, Sarah, Margaret, Narcissa, Elizabeth, and Catharine. Four of Mr. Turner's brothers, Smithton, James, John, and Thomas, settled in Boone Co., Mo.
(Source:  A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri: with numerous sketches ... By William Smith Bryan publ. 1876 Transcribed by Andrea Stawski Pack)

 


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