Cass County, Missouri Genealogy Trails
of Cass county, Missouri passed thru Tuba last week. Mr. Cummings is doing missionary work.
Source: The Conconino Sun, Flagstaff, AZ, May 6, 1910
arrived the first of the week from Cass county, Missouri and has taken up his residence on his homestead southwest of Estancia.
Source: The Estancia News, Volume, Estancia, Torrance County, N.M., Sept. 10, 1909
T. G. Dwight Parsons, son of Col. E. D. Parsons, of St. Louis, had his right hand shot off, a few days ago, at Belton, in Cass county, by the accidental discharge of a gun.
The Holt County Sentinel (Oregon, MO) – Friday, May 21, 1875
Submitted by Jim Dezotell
William E. Simmons
Was second in Corn Contest
William. E. Simmons, a junior in the College of Agriculture, won second place in the Frisco corn contest for Cass county Missouri, held at Harrisonville. The contest was for a scholarship of $100 in the short course in agriculture at the University of Missouri, to be awarded by the Frisco Railway company to the exhibitor of the best tenears of corn. There were thirty five competitors, and Simmons was only a half a point behind the winner of first placew. He also got second prize for his corn at the Cass county fair.
Source: University Missourian, Columbia, MO, Oct. 23, 1910
All data on this website is Copyright ©2010 by Genealogy Trails with full rights reserved for original submitters