From the book, Tombstone Inscriptions of Jasper County, Missouri, vol. II
p. 81 This is the old Peace Church Cemetery. Elder Greenville Spencer organized Peace Church about 1855, it was the second Baptist Church in the county. Peace Cemetery served the area of the county that had the communities of: Lone Elm, Tuckahoe, Central City, Bell Center, Sherwood, Belleville, Howard, Smithville, Chitwood and Zincite. Location: 27th, and Dogwood Lane, East side of road. p. 82 Bobo, Elizabeth E. 3 Mar 1838 - 8 Apr 1870 Thomas D. 27 Oct 1842 - 14 Feb 1869
From the book, Jasper County Missouri Wills, 1842-1892; Records of Jasper County Missouri, Will Books A and B, 1842-1892 Compiled by Dolly Bottens & Betty Harrington
p. 59 Lycurgus Cooper of Jasper County, Missouri Dated: 14 April Probated: 18 May 1891 Sons: Alexander Cooper, James B. Cooper, John Cooper, Charles A. Cooper, L.C. Cooper Dau: Samantha Driggs Executor: David Hopkins Witnesses: F.J. Thompson, J.A. Loop
From the book, Jasper County, Missouri, Marriages, Volume D, 1870-1874 Compiled by Ruth A. Sutton, Published by Mary M. Curry, 1971
MARRIAGE BOOK "D" 1870-1874 11-23 Page 18 29 Jan 1871 Moses P. Bobo - Mrs. Sarah E. Bobo
From the book, Jasper County, Missouri Marriage Bonds Compiled by Ellsberry, 1962
Cooper, Lewis G. to Elizabeth Ann Lineburger, Dec. 23, 1842 James H., J.P.
From the book, Records of Jasper County Missouri, Marriage Books C and D, 1865--1874, Brief County History and Short Sketches of Early Settlers Compiled by Betty Harrington and Dolly Bottens, copyright 1971
HERMAN HUTH was born in Prussia, Mar. 4, 1839 and immigrated to America in 1866, He landed in New York City. From there he went to Illinois where he worked for two years. He came to Jasper Co., Mo., in 1870. He was married Sept. 28, 1873 to Christina Shank. She was the daughter of Gottlieb and Rosa Shank, both born in Germany. She was the third of four children and was born in Germany, Dec. 16, 1849 and immigrated to America in 1873. Children: Gustave and Charles.