Jamesport Township

Jamesport township was not organized until 1870, and was then called Grant. The territory was taken from a portion of Grand River township, and also of Jackson, making the municipal township six miles square or a congressional township in extent of territory. As apart of Grand River township it was settled as early as 1834. …

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Jamesport Missouri Officials 1872-1881

The officials elect to take charge of the civil business of Grant township in 1872 were as follows: Robert C. Williams, supervisor; Isaiah Jones, clerk; Eli Kehler, assessor; W. R. P. Allen, collector; John W. Warren, constable; Frank Callison and David Rhea, justices of the peace. The first official meetings of the town board were …

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Jamesport Township, Daviess County, Missouri, Biographies

The following contains brief biographies of men from Jamesport Township, Missouri. You can search the entire listing using the search at the bottom of the page. Benjamine, Thomas J. Brown, A. T. Bunker, Horatio Buzzard, A. L. Buzzard, Samuel W. Callison, Franklin Callison, William G. Chenoweth, Joseph S. Clark, John W. Corman, Charles A. Cropper, …

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Jamesport Missouri Churches

Cumberland Presbyterian Church The Cumberland Presbyterian Church was organized September 2, 1871,. in the old Methodist Church, called “Ketron Chapel,” situated on section. twenty-five. This church is now used as a barn and a new Methodist church was erected on section thirty-one. Those conducting the services in the organization of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, were …

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