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Birthplace: Culpeper County, VA, USA
Death: Died in Moberly, MO, USA
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41. ELIJAH K.4 BUTLER (EDMUND3, AARON2, EDMUND "E"1) was born 1798 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died Abt. 1872 in Moberly, Missouri/Buried on family farm on DD road. He married CATHERINE Bet. 1825 - 1826.

Notes for ELIJAH K. BUTLER:

Most of the Irish Butlers emigrated from Ireland to the United States during the famine of the 1840-1850's. We know that our line of the family came to America some time between the mid 1600's and the late 1600's.

Long ago, the Butler family in Ireland, were well-educated, with most of the males completing a college education, along with the females. They owned a large volume of land and obtained great power from the English Kings in Ireland. Succeeding Kings, gave the Butler family more land and MORE power. Much of the land in Ireland had coal mines on it. They farmed their land and mined the coal mines (at least had others do it for them).

In the 1930's, during the depression, the taxes on such a volume of land, became so burdensome, that "The Butlers" that still owned the land, gave it back to Ireland. There are still many Castles & Butler mansions existing today. Many of them are in the Kilkenny, Wexford area.

Our first emigrant , Edmund "E" Butler ("E" was not his middle initial) owned property in Goochland County (later) Cumberland, Co., Virginia. He died about 1747 and was buried on his family farm in Goochland County, Virginia. This farm was inherited by his oldest son, Aaron Butler (our line of the family). Aaron lived on the farm the rest of his life. Aaron's two sons, sold this property, after their father's death. When they sold this land to Miller Woodson, and moved to Culpeper Co., Va., they excepted the family cemetery, where their parents, grandparents and various children were buried.

Edmund Butler, our direct line of the family, lived in Culpeper until his move to Kentucky. Each succeeding generation, named a child, Edmund Butler, until James Waller Butler. So separating the Edmund Butler's can be difficult.

Edmund and Susannah were born in Virginia and are both buried in the Butler-Gaitskill Cemetary in Montgomery County, Kentucky. Edmund Butler was said to be a Revoluntionary War soldier, but these has not been proven.

We are still researching the above members of the family so the information is not complete.

One of Edmund Butler and Susannah Stuart's children was Elijah K. Butler, he was born in Culpeper County, Virginia. He lived in Kentucky for awhile and then bought a patent (the original owner of that property of anyone in the United States) in St. Charles County Missouri near St. Louis about 1823.

He then settled in Randolph County, Missouri between 1839-1843 . He bought 800 acres of land there, just west of Cairo, Missouri. He farmed this area until shortly before his death when he sold most of it. The remaining acres were passed down to his youngest son, Elijah Butler. Many of the family remain in Randolph County, Missouri. Elijahs wife's name was "Catherine", her nickname was Katie but that's ALL that we know about her.

We are still researching Elijah K. Butler, if anyone has old photographs of Elijah K. Butler, Catherine or their son, James Waller Butler, I would love to have them. Also, if anyone has additional information on them, please let me know as it may help in our research.

Elijah was called "Squire" which the family thought was a title but simply meant that he owned a large farm. Elijah K. Butler and his wife were buried on their family farm just West of Cairo, Missouri on DD Road. The cemetery is in the pasture area now. There is a ring of trees around the gravesites but no markers, so it would be unrecognizable as a cemetery. Larry Butler removed Elijah K. Butler's footstone in the 1980's. Long ago, graves were marked with a headstone and a small footstone. ( I have a picture of the area (Pam).

Many of the Butler famillies, in the midwest, were farmers during the day and miners at night, combining both occupations.

James Waller Butler, one of Elijah K. Butler's sons, was born in Kentucky, not Missouri. James Butler married Mary Ann Williams who was born in Missouri. It appears during the birth of Elijah K. Butler and Catherine's children that they moved back and forth from Kentucky to Missouri as some of the children were born in Kentucky and some in Missouri. James Waller Butler was a coal miner/farmer. He lived in Cairo, Randolph County, Missouri.

One of James Waller Butler and Mary Ann Williams boys was Charles William Butler. Charles married my Great-Grandmother, Sallie Owens Hinton. This merged the Butler line of the family with the Hinton line. The family tree that I'm working on it has the Hinton line of the family back to 1800.

Charley and Sallie had four boys and two girls.

The oldest boy was Frank Lee Hinton Butler, who was my Grandfather. Frank worked in the coal mines and in his later years was a groundskeeper for a cemetery. Frank Married my Grandmother, Goldie Moss which then made her name, Goldie Butler. Frank's sisters name was "Goldie Butler" until she married Albert Laske, so it made it very confusing.

Frank and Goldie moved their family to Oregon after World War II to work in the Kaiser Shipyards.

A few years after moving to Oregon, my Grandparents (Frank and Goldie) were divorced. My Grandmother Goldie Butler and most of the family remained in Oregon but my Grandfather Frank Butler, became a "rolling stone" and we lost contact with him and most of the family in Iowa and Missouri.

Lloyd Wilbur Butler moved his family into the Michigan area in search of work. As far as I know all of the family remains in that area. This includes the Greens, Stewarts and Wakerleys.

Hubert Kimmel Butler was named for his Mother's sister, Ellen Hinton Kimmel. His family stayed mainly in the Nebraska area. One of Hubert's children was William John Butler. Bill Butler died in a small plane accident at the age of 30. My father, Howard Butler was not only a cousin of Bill's but they were best-friends. I remember even though I was quite young how the news of Bill's death broke my parents hearts. A few of the relatives live in California and Hubert's surviving child, Robert Lee Butler lives in Arizona.

Florence Elizabeth Butler married Eldon Green and also lived in Oregon. They had one daughter, Betty Marie Green Littell, who has been a tremendous help in furnishing much of the information on the Butler line. Betty and her Mother our both very sweet people. When I was a child, my Aunt Florence used to make me dolls from clothe pins, wool socks and bits of material that you would never think to make dolls from. I really enjoyed my visits with her.

Goldie Mary Butler married Albert Laske and lived on a farm in Iowa. I remember visiting her when I was young. She ALWAYS made the same exquisite meal for us. First she killed a a fresh chicken and fried it. And we picked the corn fresh from the field, sliced tomatoes from her garden, while she made mashed potatoes and gravy "and then" she topped this off with home made vanilla ice cream and home-made fudge sauce. Words cannot adequately describe the pure pleasure of this bursting with flavor meal. But as she cooked the corn she would ALWAYS say, "but it's only field corn". Because of her cooking she cemented my loyalty for field corn over sweet corn to this day, no one can convince me that sweet corn is better! As children we shucked her corn and gathered eggs in her barn and enjoyed every minute of it. Most of Goldie's family remained in Iowa or Texas.

Most of Lester Butler's family started in the Midwest but ended up living in the South. Lester's son, Larry Butler, (352)728-3671, has been instrumental in acquring much of the information on the older members of our family.

I am currently working on Joseph Morris Butler's family. He was the brother to the above sisters and also brother to Charles William Butler, my Great Grandfather. I will amend my notes on all of those families in the future. I am still waiting to to get some information back from them.

(Larry Butler sent me this info in 1996, it has changed to some degree as we have researched further in to the Butlers, Pam). "The information on Elijah K. Butler comes from family members and decendants, and also from facts that I have corroborated through governmental records.

"As of 4/12/96 the earliest date known for Elijah K. Butler is his birthdate of 1797 in Virginia. This was past down through family members. According to the Census of that time period we know that Elijah K. Butler said that his parents were NOT of foreign birtth and both his Mother and Father were born in Virginia. He married Catherine, who's maiden name is unknown, but who's birth year was May 12, 1802 in Kentucky. This too is family based. I searched birth records, cemetary records, tax records, census records and marriage records for Washington Co. Kentucky and found nothing that could confirm this information. The first record I found of this family was a land purchase for 80 acres on Jan. 20, 1843 in Randolph Co. Missouri, just west of Cairo. (This information has been changed by finding records of Elijah K. Butler's purchase of land December 3, 1823 in St. Charles County, Missouri). The land was bought from Thomas Banks for $200.00 and is listed in Book D page 415 of the deed transfers. The legal discription of the land is as follows: W 1/2 of the N W 1/4 Section 32 Township 55 Range 14. This is the original homestead and is where a home was built with a small cemetary plot back behind the home. In 1980 Juanita Swetman and Bessie Halley took me to this home and showed me the place where the cemetary was. There was little left of it, only a small group of trees near the plot. I noticed one flat stone lying face down. I turned it over and found the initials E.K.B. engraved. This would be the foot stone of Elijah K. Butler. It is too small for a head stone. It is 61/2 in. wide by 12 in. tall by 2 in. thick. If I remeber right this was the only marker there and as the plot had been made part of a pasture for cows and pigs, I decided to take the stone with me. I have it today.

"E. K. Butler proceeded in the next 4 years to purchase several more parcels of land so that by 1847 he owned 600 acres, plus held a mortgage for 280 more acres. The debt for that loan was paid in full to E.K. Butler by 1852.

"The federal census for 1850 gives some interesting information. I had been under the impression that only 3 children had grown to adulthood from Elijah K. Butler and his wife Catherine. James Waller, Mattie, and the youngest, Elijah. However the census shows 8 children from age 23 down to 6. It also shows that the first three, Susan, Edmund, and John were born in Missouri. Then the next three, Jane Butler, James Waller Butler and Thomas Butler were born in Kentucky. The last two, Martha(Mattie) V. Butler and Elijah Butler (no "K" in the name) were born back in Missouri. By subtracting their listed ages from 1850 I gave each child a birth year. They could change according to the month of birth. Susan being the oldest at 23 in 1850 would have been born in 1827. Since many couples began their families shortly after marriage, a good guess for the marriage date for Elijah K. and Catherine Butler would be 1825 or 1826. Catherine would have been 24 at the birth of Susan. Elijah K. would have been 29. Missouri had just become a state in 1821. I have no information as to where E.K. Butler lived when his first children were born. My instincts tell me I need to look at the census of St. Louis. This was the jumping off place for all western settlement at that time. Cairo is north west of St. Louis. We now know because Elijah K. Butler bought property as of December 3, 1823 and was on their tax list to look in the St. Charles County area of Missouri but have not done this research yet. (Entered by Pam on September 16, 1996.)

"The 1840's and 1850's seem to be the high point of E.K. Butler and his family. He was known to have been called squire as was the custom concerning all land owners. On April 1, 1845 one acre of land was sold to E.K. Butler as the director of the Good Hope School house built in Round Praire near Harrison Lesley. The seller was Milly Routte for the benefit of a school and meeting house. This is in book F page 241 of deed transfers located in the courthouse at Huntsville Missouri. One family story says that E.K. Butler owned slaves but I have not found any evidence as yet. He seemed to be a respected member of the community and is listed as a farmer with real estate valued at $1500.00 in 1850. However, apparently Elijah K. began selling off land not too long after he had bought it. By 1848 he had transferred land back to Randolph Co. possibly for non-tax payment. He continued to make land sales throughout the 1850's and by 1858 had sold almost all his holdings.

"The federal census of 1860 shows a change in the Butler family. Of the 8 children, only 4 are listed at home. Edmund age 28, Jane age 24, Thomas age 20 and Martha age 17. Even Elijah is not listed who eventually took over the homestead from E.K. Butler. The Civil War period was disasterous for Missouri and probably took apart the Butler family as well. There is nothing more that I find in Randolph Co. Missouri for any of these Butler children after 1860, except for James Waller, Martha and Elijah. James, I will follow on his own family page. Martha V. Butler (Mattie) married Andrew (Andy) H. Beachow, pronounced Basher and had no children. Elijah took over the homestead from his father, married Elizabeth Ann Oliver and had two children, Virginia and Orville neither of whom had children. The 1870 census shows Elijah age 28 as the head of household with E.K. age 73, Catherine age 68 and Martha age 28 all living together. E.K. Butler finished his years out there with his wife and two children. He was listed as a retired farmer. The 1880 census lists Elijah age 35, as head of household, Martha age 27 and Catherine age 78. I have no date for Elijah K. Butler's death but it was apparently in the 1870's as Elijah K. Butler was listed on the 1870 census as age 73 and not listed on the 1880 census. His wife, Catherine was listed as a widow on the 1880 census. His wife Catherine died on May 12, 1884. Both are buried in the family plot behind the homestead along with at least two of his Grandchildren.

Elijah K. Butler was on the tax lists for Cape Girdeaux, Missouri in 1821-22-23.

We are still researching Elijah K. Butler, if anyone has old photographs of Elijah K. Butler, Catherine or their son, James Waller Butler, I would love to have them. Also, if anyone has additional information on them, please let me know as it may help in our research.

"Elijah was called "Squire" which the family thought was a title but simply meant that he owned a large farm. Many of the Butler families in Missouri were farmers during the day and miners at night, combining both occupations. Elijah K. Butler and his wife were buried on their family farm just West of Cairo, Missouri on DD Road. The cemetery is in the pasture area now. There is a ring of trees around the gravesites but no markers, so it would be unrecognizable as a cemetery. Larry Butler removed Elijah K. Butler's footstone in the 1980's. Long ago, graves were marked with a headstone and a small footstone.

James Waller Butler, one of Elijah K. Butler's sons, was born in Kentucky, not Missouri. James Butler married Mary Ann Williams who was born in Missouri. It appears during the birth of Elijah K. Butler and Catherine's children that they moved back and forth from Kentucky to Missouri as some of the children were born in Kentucky and some in Missouri. James Waller Butler was a coal miner/farmer. He lived in Cairo, Randolph County, Missouri."

1798: Elijah K. was born in Culpeper County, Virginia.

1811: He was fourteen when his family migrated to Clark County, Kentucky, and later to Montgomery County, Kentucky.

1817/1819: Elijah K. Butler is found on the St. Charles, Missouri territorial enumerator for 1817 & 1819 in Upper Cuiver Township. Listed: 1 male of 18-46 years of age.

1819: Waller Wright is listed with the Census & Taxpayers of St. Charles County, Missouri from 1819 until he moved in 1836. He was Nancy Butler's husband.

1821/1822: Elijah K. Butler was in St. Charles Co., Mo. on June 6, 1821 and May 15, 1822 when the estate of John Cofer was being settled.

1821-1822: Elijah Butler is listed with: Missouri Taxpayers in Cape Giradeau County, Missouri, 1821-1822 +1

1823: Elijah K. Butler's purchase of land December 3, 1823 in St. Charles County, Missouri.

1823/1824/1825: Elijah Butler is listed with Missouri Taxpayers in St. Charles County, Missouri for the years 1823-1824-1825.

1828: November 1828, St. Charles, Missouri the estate of Dr. Absolem Bainbridge was being settled-Waller Wright was the executor for Bainbridge and Elijah K. Butler lived in the same area.

1837: Elijah K. Butler was in Ky (Montgomery Co.) when he wrote a letter to William K. Mitchell of St. Louis, Missouri, regarding his sister Nancy after the death of Nancy's husband, Waller Wright. I have a copy of the hand written letter.

1837: Elijah K. Butler was on the tax list for Clark County, Kentucky with 1 wh male 21+, 1 negro, 3 horses, 5 cattle, total val., $675.00

1843: (by Larry Butler) The first record I found of this family was a land purchase for 80 acres on Jan. 20, 1843 in Randolph Co. Missouri, just west of Cairo. The land was bought from Thomas Banks for $200.00 and is listed in Book D page 415 of the deed transfers. The legal discription of the land is as follows: W 1/2 of the N W 1/4 Section 32 Township 55 Range 14. This is the original homestead and is where a home was built with a small cemetary plot back behind the home. In 1980 Juanita Swetman and Bessie Halley took me to this home and showed me the place where the cemetary was. There was little left of it, only a small group of trees near the plot. I noticed one flat stone lying face down. I turned it over and found the initials E.K.B. engraved. This would be the foot stone of Elijah K. Butler. It is too small for a head stone. It is 6 1/2 in. wide by 12 in. tall by 2 in. thick. If I remeber right this was the only marker there and as the plot had been made part of a pasture for cows and pigs, I decided to take the stone with me. I have it today.

1845: On April 1, 1845 one acre of land was sold to E.K. Butler as the director of the Good Hope School house built in Round Praire near Harrison Lesley. The seller was Milly Routte (probably related to Henry Routt, Elijah's s-i-l) for the benefit of a school and meeting house. This is in book F page 241 of deed transfers located in the courthouse at Huntsville Missouri.

1846: Elijah Butler & wf Katherine of Randolph Co Missouri sold to Henry Gaitskill of Clark Co Kentucky April 27, 1846 part of a tract of Edmund Butler dec'd which fell to Elijah by partition.....(signed) Elijah Butler, Catherine (X) Butler.Montgomery Co., Kentucky DB 21-453

1847: E. K. Butler proceeded in the next 4 years to purchase several more parcels of land so that by 1847 he owned 600 acres, plus held a mortgage for 280 more acres. The debt for that loan was paid in full to E.K. Butler by 1852.

Randolph Co., Marriages

February 7, 1848: Henry L. Routt to Mary C, Butler, by Joseph Gooding, JP

June 10, 1848 Henry L. Routt to Mary C. Butler etc. The first date is correct. Henry's father was Richard Routt. Also living with Elijah & Catherine Butler in 1850 (census) were....Routt & Mary Routt. Randolph Co., marriage records show Mary C. Butler m Henry l Routt June 10, 1848, Joseph Gordino J.P. Officiating. MR A-115 MB 2-27-1848

1849/1850: Elijah also gave to E. T. Gueren two mortgages (1) January 25,

1849; (2) March 11, 1850. Randolph County, Missouri DB G-320 & H-134.

1850: Census Randolph Co., Missouri indicates that Elijah Butler and his family moved from Missouri to Kentucky and back to Missouri, according to birthplaces of children. Said Census, Prarie TWP, entry 459: Butler, E K 52 farmer tax val $1500 b Va; wf Catherine 47 b Ky; Susan A 23, Edmund 19, John A 16, all b Mo; Also living with Elijah & Catherine Butler in 1850 (census) were....Routt & Mary Routt. Randolph Co., marriage records show Mary C. Butler m Henry l Routt June 10, 1848, Joseph Gordino J.P. Officiating. MR A-115 MB 2-27-1848

On the 1850 Census for Randolph County, Prarie Township

E.K. Butler; 52 male farmer from Va

Catherine; 47 female from Ky.

Susan A.; 23 female from Mo

Edmund; 19 male from Mo.

John: 15 male from Mo.

Jane; 14 female from Ky

James; 12 male from Ky.

Thomas; 10 male from ky

Martha; 8 female from Mo.

Elijah; 6 male from Mo.

Lewis Routt; 30 male Miller from Ky

Mary; 21 female from Mo.

Isadora; 1 female from Mo.

1850: Elijah Butler & wf Catherine sold to Julius Gastrel, also of Randolph Co. Mo, for $250 January 25, 1850 70 Acres - NE of SE 1/4 and NW 1/4 SE 1/4 19-55-14. Randolph Co., Missouri

1851: Elijah Butler & wf Catherine sold to Sylvanus A Butler, same county, January 20, 1851 for $300 120 Acres W1/2 SE 1/4 & S 1/2 of E 1/2 of SW 1/4 Sec 32-55-14. Randolph Co., Missouri

1851: Elijah Butler & wf Catherine sold to Johnson B. Hunt 30 Sept 1851 160 Acres for $550 - W 1/2 SW 1/4 S Sec 33 & E 1/2 SE 1/4 32-55-14. Randolph County, Missouri H 417, 420, 516. MR A-115 MB 2-27-1848

1860: The federal census of 1860 shows a change in the Butler family. Of the 8 children, only 4 are listed at home. Edmund age 28, Jane age 24, Thomas age 20 and Martha age 17. Even Elijah is not listed who eventually took over the homestead from E.K. Butler

1861: "A" Jane Butler married James Kinser November 8, 1861 by Reverend J D Sheebaugh (ML 11-7-1861) (A-260)

1866: "A" James Butler married Martha Elbaugh October 21, 1866

1867: "One" John A. Butler m Sarah Alexander by Reverend Benjamin Terrill in Renick December 9, 1867 (A-354)

1870: Census for Jackso Twp, Randolph Co., Mo

  1. 158 Elijah Butler; 28 male farmer from Mo.

E.K. Butler; 73 male retired farmer from Va.

Catherine; 68 female Retired housekeeper from Ky.

Martha; 28 female from Mo.

  1. 159 Mary Routt 59 (prob 39) female keeps home from Ky?

1881:Elijah Butler m Elizabeth Ann Oliver January 1, 1881 and died intestate in Randolph Co., Mo March 21, 1916. On October 1st of that same year the application for letters of administration was filed following the death of the widow, Elizabeth (Bettie) Butler, who died intestate July 7, 1923. Only two heirs- Virginia Frazier, a daughter, and Orville Butler, son, both of whom resided in Randolph Co., Mo. The real estate involved was S 1/2 NW 1/4 32-55-14, same county, with appraised value of $45 per A. (Oct. 1, 1923); the price agreed upon by the heirs, $2400, and Virginia sold her half to her brother Orville. Elijah Butler's name was given as Elisha in MR; Randolph County, Missouri wills: 16-2908-1923

1885: Martha V. Butler m Andrew H. Beachow June 17, 1885

Elijah K. Butler's Children:

1) Susan A. Butler, oldest girl b abt 1827 in Missouri. We don't know what happened to her or her family.

2) Mary Catherine Butler Routt, b abt 1829 in Missouri d 1907 in Moberly, Missouri. We know all of the children were born in Randolph County, Missouri. Two of her boys may ahve gone to South Dakota and we don't know where the rest of the children went or if they stayed in Missouri.

3) Edmund Butler, b abt 1831 in Missouri, I was told that he was buried in the Grand Prarie Church Cemetery in Moberly, Missouri but have no information on him or his family.

4) John Silas Butler, b abt 1833 in Kentucky. He lived in Macon County, Missouri and many of his descendants continue to live in the area.

5) Jane Butler Kinsen, b abt 1836 in Kentucky. Married William Kinsen and we have no further information on her.

6) James Waller Butler, b in 1837 in Washington County, Kentucky, d in Moberly, Missouri. Large and flourishing family. Larry Butler and Pamela Hazelett's(working on the family tree) great-great grandfather. James was living in Huntsville, Missouri in 1912.

7) Thomas Butler, b abt 1840 in Kentucky, no further information on him.

8) Martha V. Butler, b abt 1843 in Missouri. Married Andrew Beachow (pronounced "Basher" ) and according to her brother, John's obituary, was in Cairo, Missouri in 1912.

9) Elijah Butler (son of Elijah K.) b 1844 in Randolph Co., Mo. even though he was the youngest son, he inherited his father's farm. Elijah Butler m Elizabeth Ann Oliver January 1, 1881; died intestate in Missouri.

More About ELIJAH K. BUTLER:

Occupation: Was a strong Christian, constantly read Bible. Had a few slaves.

Religion: Was a strong Christian, constantly read bible. Owned some slaves.

More About CATHERINE:

Fact 3: Her grandaughter, Virginia Butler called her "Katie".

     

Children of ELIJAH BUTLER and CATHERINE are:

 i.   SUSAN A.5 BUTLER, b. 1827, St. Charles, Missouri?. 

121. ii. MARY CATHERINE? BUTLER, b. May 26, 1829, St. Louis, Missouri?; d. September 27, 1907, Moberly, Missouri/Buried in Grand Prarie Church Cem..

 iii.   EDMUND BUTLER, b. 1831, St. Charles, Missouri?; d. Aft. 1860, Moberly, Missouri/Grand Prarie Church Cemetery. 
 More About EDMUND BUTLER:

Fact 3: At the age of 28, Edmund was on 1860 Census in Randolph Co., Mo.


122. iv. JOHN SILAS BUTLER, b. December 10, 1833, Kentucky; d. October 23, 1912, Barnesville, Macon County, Missouri/Hopewell Cem near Atlanta, Mo..

 v.   JANE E. BUTLER, b. 1836, Kentucky; m. WILLIAM JAMES KINSEN, November 07, 1861, Randolph County, Missouri/Rev. J.D. Sheebaugh (Source: ML 11-7-1861, A-260.). 

123. vi. JAMES WALLER BUTLER, b. December 17, 1837, Washington Co, Kentucky; d. August 16, 1920, Moberly, Missouri/ Grand Prarie Church Cem..

 vii.   THOMAS W. BUTLER, b. 1840, Kentucky. 
 viii.   MARTHA V. BUTLER, b. 1843, Randolph County, Missouri; m. ANDREW H. BEACHOW, June 16, 1885, Randolph County, Missouri (Source: Pam Hazelett has copy of her marriage certificate.). 
 More About MARTHA V. BUTLER:

Fact 3: According to John's (bro) obituary, Martha was in Cairo, Mo. in 1912.

Occupation: I have Martha's Marriage certificate.


 More About ANDREW H. BEACHOW:

Fact 3: His last name might be spelled Beachou.

Occupation: His last name might be spelled Beachou.


124. ix. ELIJAH BUTLER, b. September 26, 1844, Randolph County, Missouri; d. March 21, 1916, Cairo, Missouri/Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cem..

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ELIJAH BUTLER's Timeline

1798
1798
Culpeper County, VA, USA
1827
1827
Age 29
St Charles, Missouri
1829
May 26, 1829
Age 31
St Louis, Missouri
1831
1831
Age 33
St Charles, Missouri
1833
December 10, 1833
Age 35
Kentucky
1836
1836
Age 38
Kentucky
1837
December 17, 1837
Age 39
Washington County, Kentucky
1840
1840
Age 42
KY, USA
1843
1843
Age 45
Randolph County, Missouri
1844
September 26, 1844
Age 46
Randolph County, Missouri