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101 MEMORIAL RECORD ON FILE.

OBIT ON FILE:
MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND EVENING DEMOCRAT
Moberly, Randolph County, MO
Thursday, July 12, 1990 -- page 6

1940 Census, Sugar Creek Township, Randolph County, MO: S.D. 2 E. D. 88-28, Sheet 6-A, lines 4-6. Name listed as "Conrad, Clay Colley". Age 27, worked in a shoe factory, made $960 in 1939. Katherine L, age 25. Billy Wayne, age 6.
 
Dickerson, Katherine Lorraine (I10)
 
102 Michael came to New England before 1640, as he owned lands in Wethersfield by that date. He was a mason by trade and yeoman in rank. He was the only freeman of the name in Wethersfield in 1659. He served as constable, assessor and appraiser of land. He was never prominent and apparently did not seek to be, never reaching the success in life that came to Edward and Matthew [unknown relationship, but not Michael's brothers]. He evidently had the confidence of his neighbors; a steady individual, content to ply his trade, yet ever ready to assist in the community welfare. He was associated in business with Emanuel Buck for a time. He had a home and two acres on New Street which street was abandoned in 1660, so that his home was located on what is now Garden Street. Griswold, Michael (I1592)
 
103 Missouri. Marriages.

1750-1920 
Source (S44)
 
104 MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND EVENING DEMOCRAT
Moberly, Randolph County, MO
Thursday, June 24, 1993 -- page 1, column 1

Moberly Couple Killed
Wreck Takes Lives Of Orville And Dorothy Colley

ODESSA--A Moberly husband and wife were killed and their son and two grandchildren seriously injured late Wednesday night in the collision of a van and a tanker-trailer truck on Interstate 70 near Odessa.

The driver of the van, Orville Colley, 78, of Moberly, was fatally injured and died at Research Hospital in Kansas City, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said. His wife, Dorothy Colley, 71, was pronounced dead at the scene.

The injured, the patrol said, were Colley's son, Kevin Colley, 26, also of Moberly, his daughter, Melissa Colley, 12, and a niece of Kevin Colley's, Shannon Colley, 4, of Moberly, Kevin Colley was flown to Independence Regional Hospital, where he was listed in critical condition at last report. Melissa and Shannan were transported by air ambulance to Childrens Mercy Hospital, where they were listed in serious coundition [sic], but are expected to recover, according to a local source.

The truck driver was not hurt.

The accident occurred 6.6 miles east of the Jackson County line around 8 p.m., the patrol said, when the Colley vehicle attempted to move into the left lane and collided with the right front corner of the tanker-trailer. Colley's vehicle slid into the median and overturned, the patrol said. Three of the occupants were ejected.

The bodies of Orville and Dorothy Colley are being returned to Cater Funeral Home in Moberly. Arrangements are pending.

(Some information for this story was provided by The Associated Press.)

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OBIT ON FILE:
MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND EVENING DEMOCRAT newspaper
Moberly, Randolph County, MO
Sunday, June 27, 1993 -- Page 6, column 2 
Colley, Orville (I299)
 
105 Mother died at his birth. Dickerson, James Edward (I1212)
 
106 Moved to Boone Co, MO, in 1818. Colley, Mary L. (I284)
 
107 Moved to KY Colley, George (I559)
 
108 Name could be Melinda Davis per http://genealogytrails.com/mo/monroe/early_marriages_1.html (accessed 2017-12-11). Williams, Malinda (I2083)
 
109 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11)
 
110 Not listed in David Colly household on 1850 census Colley, James T. (I795)
 
111 Not listed in David Colly household on 1850 census Colley, John M. (I796)
 
112 Note: In 1792, Kentucky (finally) became a state from that portion of Virginia west of the Appalachian Mountains. It was never a "territory". It is believed that David was born in what would become Garrard County, KY. However, when given a chance to declare his birthplace for the US Census, he always chose VA as his birthplace.

David's death info and his parents' identity and their birth years from the Harris Family Tree by "deniharris", the individual page for Daniel David Dunkin is https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/58546204/person/160147627507/facts

Kentucky Land Grants, 1782-1924 (ancestry.com) shows a David Dunkin getting 132 acres in Wayne County on 9 Jun 1815. However it also shows a David Duncan getting 50 (additional) acres in the same county and watercourse on 19 Oct 1821. Since we have other sources stating David moved to near Armstrong, Howard, MO in 1821. Final straw in casting doubt on any of these being our David is that a Charles & David Duncan received a grant of 120 acres (but along Beaver Creek) on 27 Mar 1847 and a Charles Duncan getting another 185 acres along Beaver Creek on 29 Mar 1847. Of course, there easily could be multiple David Duncan/Dunkin in KY at this time. Wayne County is along the Tennessee border, while Garrard County is ~50 miles north-northeast (about 20 miles south of Lexington).

Possible brothers migrating with David, but living in Howard County, as listed in the 1830 census (96 images):
William Dunkin, 40-50, image 23
Nimrod Dunkin, 30-40, image 55
John Duncan, 20-30, image 57 (possibly his son?)
Sarah Dunkin, 40-50, image 81 (sister-in-law?)
George Dunkin, 30-40, image 91
 
Duncan, David Daniel (I1670)
 
113 Obit from Pueblo Chieftain, 27 May 2002, on file. Also at:
http://www.chieftain.com/obituaries/index/1022479200/2257/view 
Colley, Grace Jane (I47)
 
114 Obit on file.
 
Colley, Sarah H. (I597)
 
115 OBIT on file:
Arkansas Democrat Gazette, 5/2/99, Page: B6

1940 Census, Sugar Creek Township (Moberly), Randolph County, MO: S.D. 2, E.D. 88-23, Sheet 2-B, line 63; listed as "Woodrow".
 
Colley, James Woodrow (I23)
 
116 OBIT ON FILE:
CENTRALIA FIRESIDE GUARD newspaper -- Centralia, Boone County, MO
Thursday, February 15, 1968 -- Page 5, column 4 
Massey, Ada Florence (I398)
 
117 OBIT ON FILE:
CENTRALIA FIRESIDE GUARD newspaper -- Centralia, Boone County, MO
Thursday, November 23, 1972
 
Roberts, Forrest Chandler (I473)
 
118 OBIT ON FILE:
CENTRALIA FIRESIDE GUARD newspaper -- Centralia, Boone County, MO
Wednesday, April 19, 1989 -- Page 6, Column 2 
Roberts, Clarence Virgil (I64)
 
119 OBIT ON FILE:
CENTRALIA FIRESIDE GUARD newspaper -- Centralia, Boone County, MO
Wednesday, July 26, 1978 
Meeks, Zallie Inez (I472)
 
120 OBIT ON FILE:
CENTRALIA FIRESIDE GUARD newspaper -- Centralia, Boone County, MO
Wednesday, November 4, 1992 -- Page 9, columns 3 and 4

MEMORIAL RECORD ON FILE. 
Colley, Ruby Ethel (I50)
 
121 OBIT ON FILE:
CENTRALIA FIRESIDE GUARD newspaper -- Centralia, Boone County, MO
Wednesday, October 2, 1996 -- Page 2, Column 2

OBIT ON FILE:
Columbia Missourian Newspaper -- Columbia, Boone County, MO
http://digmo.org/news/local/backup/obits0922.html
Friday, September 27, 1996
 
Roberts, Vernon Lee (I319)
 
122 OBIT on file:
MEXICO LEDGER newspaper, Mexico, Audrain County, MO
Thursday, February 12, 1970, Page 5, column 5 
Current, Arley Blaine (I68)
 
123 OBIT ON FILE:
MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND EVENING DEMOCRAT
Moberly, Randolph County, MO
Thursday, December 21, 1989 -- page 6 
Meeks, Clara Ellen (I242)
 
124 OBIT ON FILE:
MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND EVENING DEMOCRAT
Moberly, Randolph County, MO
Thursday, October 16, 1969 -- page 4, column 4 
Colley, Lydia Belle (I238)
 
125 OBIT ON FILE:
MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND EVENING DEMOCRAT
Moberly, Randolph County, MO
Tuesday, February 14, 1961 -- page 6, column 6 
Baker, Squire L. (I239)
 
126 OBIT ON FILE:
MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND EVENING DEMOCRAT newspaper
Moberly, Randolph County, MO
Friday, October 15, 1982 -- Page 2, columns 3, 4, and 5
 
Meeks, Etta Gertrude (I22)
 
127 OBIT ON FILE:
MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND EVENING DEMOCRAT newspaper
Moberly, Randolph County, MO
Sunday, December 9, 1973 -- Page 4A, column 7
 
Colley, Elmer Lou (I12)
 
128 OBIT ON FILE:
MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND EVENING DEMOCRAT newspaper
Moberly, Randolph County, MO
Thursday, April 12, 1979 
Comstock, Anna Belle (I235)
 
129 OBIT ON FILE:
MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND EVENING DEMOCRAT newspaper
Moberly, Randolph County, MO
Thursday, August 9, 1990 -- page 5, column 2 
Colley, Melvin (I339)
 
130 OBIT ON FILE:
MOBERLY MONITOR-INDEX AND EVENING DEMOCRAT newspaper
Moberly, Randolph County, MO
Thursday, July 20, 1972 -- Page 2, column 4
 
Colley, Richard Otis (I48)
 
131 OBIT ON FILE:
STURGEON LEADER newspaper -- Sturgeon, Boone County, MO
Friday, March 27, 1953 -- Page 1, column 2
 
Roberts, Norma Jewell (I72)
 
132 OBITs on file:
Columbia TRIBUNE Newspaper, Monday, May 13, 1996
Columbia, Boone County, MO

THE MEXICO LEDGER newspaper, Mexico, Audrain County, MO
Monday, May 13, 1996, page 5 
Colley, Beatrice Lorene (I51)
 
133 On 1850 census, listed as Ellen. Colley, Eleanor Jane (I790)
 
134 ON FILE: Russell County VA Land Records, 28 Jan 1826, selling land to son John Colley.
 
Unknown, Judith (I556)
 
135 Original source had birth in 1790; death 1858; marriage 20 Oct 1806. Green, William (I1921)
 
136 Original source had born 1766. Green, Susannah (I1719)
 
137 Original source had born 1770. Green, Stephen Jr. (I1715)
 
138 Originally only known as "Frances" (no surname); so I assume she went by her middle name. Dale, Mary Frances (I640)
 
139 Orignally had 17 Sep 1884 as marriage date for Susanna Forbes; not sure where that came from.

Obituary:
HIGBEE NEWS (Randolph County, MO),
23 Sep 1898--W. D. DUNCAN DEAD--While we are in the midst of life we are in the midst of death; even while the pulsating, throbbing blood of a vigorous life courses our being we are constantly surrounded and over-shadowed by the stern reality--death; which, to the Christian, is the gateway into the newer, fuller, nobler, and purer life. Death snatches its victims under every condition and at every period of life. (poem)
--The strong, able-bodied man, our brother, W. G. Duncan, is with us no more. He was born Feb 16, 1859, and died September 17, 1898, making him 39 years, six months and one day old. He leaves four children, two girls and two boys, and a faithful, consecrated wife to mourn his loss. He became religious in 1884 and united with the Sharon congregation of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church; two years ago he transferred his membership to the Higbee congregation where, until his death, he has lived an exemplary life....
*Transcribed by Kathy Bowlin*

NOTE: The grave marker dates his death as 17 Aug 1898. 
Duncan, Willis Green Jr. (I35)
 
140 Orignally had 17 Sep 1884 as marriage date; not sure where that came from. Forbes, Susanna (I36)
 
141 Perhaps died giving birth to her namesake daughter. Green, Eliza Florence (I1658)
 
142 Perhaps her mother died giving birth, thus she was named for her. Duncan, Eliza Florence (I1666)
 
143 Phyllis (pak@midwest.net) shows death in 1875. Colley, Joshua (I702)
 
144 Possibly called "Brooksie" Colley, Betty (I288)
 
145 Possibly called "Trixie" Colley, Truby M. (I289)
 
146 Probably born in Russell City, VA (now WV), just like his brother Adam.

"History of Howard and Chariton Counties 1883"
Thomas J. Colley -- farmer and stock raiser. His grandfather was a pioneer settler of West Virginia, removing to that new country after the close of the Revolutionary War. He spent the remainder of his days in the Panhandle state and there reared his family.

Thomas C., the father of Thomas J., was born in West Virginia 1805. After he grew up was married to Miss Winifred (Winnie) Cusic, also a native of what was then a part of old Virginia. Soon after their marriage in 1833? -- they moved to Mo., settled in Boone County where they lived till 1844. They then moved to Randolph C. They reared a family of nine children, 4 of whom are still living. Thos. J., W.M., R.W., & J.M. These except the eldest Thomas J. reside in Moberly. The Father died near Huntsville in 1878 but the mother is still living. Thomas J. the eldest of the living children was born in W. Virginia Jan. 6, 1832 and was brought to the state when quite young. Married Frances McCully in 1857. Moved to Chariton Co. in 1866, owns nearly a quarter of a section of land. Had nine children. James T, Mary, Mildred, Ellen, Marshall, Eura V, Hervy W, Johnny, Arthur & Ora.
 
Colley, Thomas J. (I264)
 
147 Received 100 acres of land from US government for services during Revolutionary War on 15 May 1799, Warrent #13153.

(The following from Descendants of Thomas "The Seagull" Green website)
Lists death as 5 Apr 1801/1802 in Madison (Co) KY
Lists marriage as c 1769 in KY

14 Aug 1769 - Mecklenburg Co., VA Deeds - Richard Green sold to Wm Vaughn, Stephen Green sold to Richard Wilkins, Frederick & Susannah Green sold to Richard Wilkins---Deed 2-pg. 256, 260 & 262. From deeds at lease two of above were still living on property. Believe all three left county after this date as no further deeds were found for them in the Indexes of Deeds.

06 Aug 1778, Rowan Co., NC Land Entries-LDS Film #019,730 #1336
Stephen Green enters 200 acres of land in Rowan Co., joining Henry Stonesypher, Edmond Hays, and William Sizemore, inc. his own improvements.

03 Jul 1787, Rowan Co., NC Deeds-Bk 11, pg. 58 - LDS Film #019784
Steven GREEN and Jemima his wife of Rowan Co., to Rodrick JENKINS of same Co., for 120 pounds tract in the fork of Yadkin R. on Grand Branch, adj. Henry Stonecipher, Edmond Hays, containing 200 acres. Signed Steven Green, his mark. Jemima Green, her mark. Wit: E.V. Harbin, Edward Villars Harbin, Jr., Edmon Eachason, his mark.

1790 Tax List for Madison Co., Kentucky
First time Greens show up: Martin Green, Stephen Green, & William Green.

1801/1802 --- Stephen writes his will; it is filed in 1802. Names wife and children in his will:
Early Kentucky Wills 1785-1806 by King Madison co., Bk A, pg. 186
GREEN, Stephen - 07 Jul 1801. 05 Apr 1802. Wife-Jemima. Children: Martin, William, Rudah Finney, Susannah, Sarah, Stephen Green. Wit: Humphrey Jones, Jemima Allen, George Moon.

1813 -- Stephen's wife, Jemima died about Jun 1813. Both Stephen Green and his wife Jemima were buried on their property which was willed to the children. Moses Evans, husband to Sarah Green, bought the property from the rest of the family.

Source: Chris Sumpter Entries: 392 Updated: Thu Mar 13 17:48:54 2003 Contact: Christopher Sumpter; Blackman - Farmer Roots Entries: 170328 Updated: Sat Mar 8 23:12:03 2003 Contact: Larry & Elaine Blackman leblackm@bellsouth.net
 
Green, Stephen Sr. (I1673)
 
148 Settled in KY Colley, Mildrich (I561)
 
149 Settled in KY Colley, Meshack (I563)
 
150 Settled in KY Colley, Elizabeth (I564)
 

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