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This site is primarily for the publishing of my family's letters, papers, and  historic photos.  The bulk of the collection is centered around the family  of Charles Henry Gauss and Charlotte Elizabeth Johns of St. Charles, MO.  These were my mother's grandparents.   There are letters to and from Fawcett, Johns, Gauss, Lindsay, Durfee, and Glenday family members.   This is necessarily a long term project, so please

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Who are these folks, anyhow?

Genealogy of People
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Additional Documents

Will of Patrick Glenday

Fawcett Family Record

Fawcett Summary

Charles Henry Gauss
Fawcett notes
1909-07-27

Henrietta Fawcett Gauss - Interview

Erasmus Keyes Fawcett

E. K. Fawcett Recalls Experiences

Notes on Birth dates of Slaves in the Johns family and notes on the Johns family

Lindsay Glenday Durfee Summary

Notes on an Old Quilt

 

From the pen of
John Jay Johns

John Jay Johns
Statement Of Business, 
March 1846

Recollection Of The Departed
In Memory of 
Catherine Woodruff Johns

A Short History of My Life

Background for the 
John Jay Johns Journal

Index to the Journal of
 John Jay Johns
(1861-1899)

Copyist's Notes on the Journal 
Anne Durfee Gauss

 

John Jay Johns
Family Bible

Marriages

Births 1

Births 2

Deaths

 

Chevy Chase
by Percy Johns
Recollection of the return of his brothers from the siege of Vicksburg 

Essays on Orrick Johns

Time of Our Lives
The Contents

Johns Family Ghost Story
from Wales

 

Photographs

The Clatter Club

Fawcett Family Photographs


Gauss Family Photographs

Johns Family Photos

Chambless/Sanderson
Photos

The Virginia Stash
from the collection of
Skip & Winston Johns

 

Buckingham County, Virginia

Johns Tax Records

 

St. Charles, Missouri

Members of the First Presbyterian Church, St. Charles 1818-1849

Photo of Session of Madison Street Presbyterian Church, 1940s

A History of 
Pioneer Families of Missouri

Extra Edition of the
 Missouri Republican
 

Oak Grove Cemetery Family Plots

Obituaries

 

More on the mathematician,
 Carl Friedrich Gauss

FAQ: I am frequently asked why I have put transcriptions instead of scans ot the letters on my web page. There are several reasons:

  • Images are big. I would quickly use up a generous allotment of space, even if I reduce the size of the images and JPG compress them.
  • Some of the letters are difficult to read, even at full resolution. They would be impossible at reduced resolution, especially since JPG compression introduces artifacts
  • Unlike scans, the transcriptions are searchable without extensive indexing.

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