Peyton TERRILL [Parents] was born about 1832 in TN. He married Jerusha A. SHIPP on 25 Jul 1859.
Dtr. of Abner B.C. Shipp and Matilda Oakes.
They had the following children:
Sarah Jane TERRILL [Parents] was born about 1836 in Alabama. She married Nimrod SANDRIDGE on 17 Dec 1865.
Chiles Terrill BACON [Parents] was born on 6 Jun 1848 in KY. He died on 25 Apr 1930 in Eastland Co., TX. Chiles married Lucy Temple HALL.
Received the below 6/99 from: Linda Sykes
"And as Genealogical Luck would have it, my cousin, Flora Bacon
McCanlies, comes from your Terrill-Bacon line. She says she communicated
with Jean Wayland Johnson a few years ago.(I think I have the right
name) She is very interested in all the Terrill information, of course.
Flora does not have a computer, but I am happy to send any additional
information to her that you might have to offer. I am sending her a
print-out of the Ancestry File. Her grandfather was Chiles Terrill
Bacon, son of Richard Apperson Bacon and Ellen Elizabeth Terrill. I have
only Chiles Terrill and Alice Cornelius as their children were there
others? Flora mentioned a Cordelia, but I am not sure where she fit
Chiles Terrill Bacon (b 6 Jun 1848 in KY, d 25 Apr 1930 Eastland Co.
TX) and Lucy Temple Hall (b 15 Jun 1861 Kaufman Co TX, d 23 Jul 1917,
Eastland Co. TX. had 12 children. Perhaps you have this info, or are not
interested in going down this line....I can supply this info if you are
F.M. SCROGIN Dr. [Parents] was born on 8 Aug 1819 in Woodford Co., KY. He died in Howard Co., MO. F.M. married Martha SWITZER on 20 Jul 1854.
The following biography is at:
DR. F.M. SCROGIN,
physician and surgeon. In youth, the future for young Scrogin seemed no
brighter than for most of the other boys in his neighborhood who had their way to make in the world unaided by means of influential friends. Yet, through a vista that many did not look, he saw a brighter light than they - a future when he would be blessed by an ample competence of this world's goods, would be a prominent and useful citizen of his community, a physician respected and welcomed for his skill in his profession, and surrounded by a devoted and worthy family; but it was a vista that could be seen through only by determined purpose, and it revealed a future that could be realized only by constant effort, untiring, increasing industry. And thus he has kept his eye steadily on the light, has struggled on bravely through all difficulties and overcoming all obstacles, until, at last, he has reached the goal of his ambition, has become a physician esteemed for his ability, a citizen comfortably situated and highly respected in his community. Dr. Scrogin was born in Woodford county, Kentucky, August 8, 1819, and in youth had the advantages afforded by the ordinary schools of his neighborhood, by which he received a good, substantial education. Being brought up on a farm and under the influence of life in the country, he acquired those habits of industry and grew into that regularity and manner of life that are the secret of so many successful careers. At the age of eighteen he commenced the study of medicine under Drs. Price and Perkins, of Lexington, Kentucky, in which he continued several years, and in due time entered the medical department of the Transylvania university, of that city, and afterwards graduated at the close of the session for 1843-44.He then entered regularly upon the practice of his profession in Lexington, in which he continued until 1844, when he came to Missouri, and located at Switzer's Mills, in Chariton county. There he remained and prosecuted his practice with marked success for seventeen years and until 1861, when he came to his present location in this county, where for the last twenty-two years he has never failed to answer the call of the suffering. Nor has his labor of life gone unrewarded. He has an ample, comfortable estate of 700 acres of fine land, and his homestead is one of the best improved farms in Howard county. He was married on the 20th of July, 1854, to Miss Martha Switzer, formerly of Virginia, daughter of Daniel Switzer, founder of the Switzer mills. Dr. and Mrs. Scrogin have four children - Ollie., Arthur, Dixie and Daisy. The doctor is also a member of the I.0.0.F. His parents, Robert C., and Sidnie Terrill Scrogin, were both natives of Virginia, but came to Kentucky early in life.
There is a Switzler in MO:
"History of Northeast Missouri" Edited by Walter Williams, Published by The Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago Illinois 1913 Three Volumes, page 737
Judge Lewis M. SWITZLER was born June 20, 1841, on a farm six miles south of Fayette, Howard county, Missouri, and is a son of Simeon and Elizabeth (CORNELIUS) SWITZLER, and the youngest of a family of eleven children. His parents came to Missouri from the state of Kentucky about the year 1823, and in 1857, while his father was spending some time in mining in California, his mother removed to Huntsville. The youth was the first student to enroll for membership in Mount Pleasant College, which had been opened under President William THOMPSON, the noted minister and orator, and in the fall of 1860 entered the State University, during the president of B. B. MINOR, LL. D. IN 1864 Mr. SWITZLER turned his attention to the law, and after some preparation was admitted to practice before the bar of the state, following which for a number of years he was connected with the Statesman, as editor and assistant editor.
In 1873 he graduated in Law from the University of Missouri, being the first orator of law graduates from that noted institution, there being but five members of the class. For several years he served on the board of examiners to test the fitness of students for graduation, and after leaving the university entered upon a private practice. he was soon elected city recorder and later became city attorney of Columbia, and in 1892 was appointed by Governor D. R. FRANCIS to succeed W. W. GARTH (resigned) as judge of the probate court of Boone county, where his eminently satisfactory services caused his re-election to the same office in 1894. Since the expiration of his last term of office, Judge SWITZLER has resumed his private practice, and is widely known for his legal capacity and sagacity. In political matters, he has ever been a stalwart Democrat, and his support of that party;s principles and candidates has made him known as one of the leading and influential Democrats of Boone county.
On August 30, 1893, Judge SWITZLER was married, at Peoria, Illinois, to Miss Nellie T. BARRETT, daughter of the late Judge T. J. BARRETT of Boone county.
They had the following children:
Oswald S. "Ollie" SCROGGIN [Parents] was born on 4 Jun 1856 in Chariton Co., MO. He married Rebecca V. GUNN on 5 Feb 1880 in Chariton Co., MO.
This biography on him was found at:
"OSWALD S. SCROGGIN was born in Chariton county on the farm where he now resides, June 4, 1856. He is the son of Dr. F. M. and Mattie Scroggin, the former of whom was born in Woodford county, Ky., August 8, 1819 and came to Chariton county in 1844. The latter was a native of Virginia, having been born in Rockingham county of that state Sept. 10, 1828, and came to this county in 1836. The father of our subject has been dead for a number of years, while the mother still lives and resides in Salisbury. Our subject has spent the greater portion of his life on the farm where he now makes his home and on Feb. 5, 1880, was married to Miss Rebecca V. Gunn, who was born July 21, 1860, and was the daughter of Thomas and Susan O. Gunn, who were two of the early settlers of the county. The former was a native of North Carolina and was born in Taswell County. The latter was born in Owensboro, Ky. They both came to this county in 1829. Our subject and wife are the parents of four children, viz; Leslie, born Nov. 12, 1881; Rheba, born May 19, 1885; Orin, born July 23, 1890; and Ollie S., born July 12, 1893. Mr. Scroggin is one of Chariton county's most energetic and prosperous farmers and owns 240 acres of as fine land as can be found in this section of the state, half of which is situated in Howard county. He has always been a democrat and is now a staunch supporter of free and unlimited coinage of silver and gold at a ratio of 16 to 1."
See husband's biography for her parents.
John William FOX Sr. [Parents] was born on 14 Jul 1875 in Chariton Co., Missouri. He died on 12 Jun 1961 in Randolph Co., Missouri and was buried in Chariton Co., Missouri. John married Emma Louise DREW on 20 Mar 1898 in Chariton Co., Missouri.
Emma Louise DREW was born on 6 Jan 1881 in Chariton Co., Missouri. She died on 17 Mar 1940 in Chariton Co., Missouri and was buried in Chariton Co., Missouri. Emma married John William FOX Sr. on 20 Mar 1898 in Chariton Co., Missouri.
They had the following children:
They had the following children:
M i Samuel MULLEN
I had his name originally as Allen Garrett.
Maria Louisa TERRILL [Parents] was born about 1822. She married Garrett ALLEN on 3 Mar 1842 in Howard Co., MO.
I received the below email 1/00:
I would like to give you the children of Maria Louisa Terrill and Garrett Allen. The information comes from the 1860 and 1870 census records of Buffalo Lick Township, Chariton County, Missouri.
Garrett J. Allen b. 1824 in Virginia
Maria Louisa Terrill b. 1825 in Missouri
Sarah b. 1844
William Patrick b. 1846
Robert b. 1848
Mary b. 1851
Joseph C. b. 1853
Ruse b. 1856
Charles b. 1858
Nancy b. 1859
Sterling I. b. 1862
Garrett b. 1870
All the children were born in Missouri.
Found in ancestry.com records as: "Mccollough, Susan P. married Terrill, Oliver on 23 Mar 1848 in Shelby County, Missouri." Don't know who he is.
George Allen TERRILL [Parents] was born in 1853 in Randolph Co., MO. He died on 27 Oct 1935 in Springfield, MO. George married Susan JACKSON.
In 8/99 I rec'd this from Joan Terrill
"A few months ago I contacted you asking about a George Allen Terrill, who was my husband's grandfather. You responded and said you did not have anyone ofthat name in your data base. Since that time I have found out that his
parents were Edmund C. Terrill and Ann Elizabeth Crews/Cruse...
George Allen Terrill was born in 1853 in Randolph County, MO and died October 27, 1935 in Springfield, MO. He was first married to a Susan Jackson. I
found them with three children on the 1880 census and his second wife was
Mary Melvina Cousins, who was my husband's grandmother."
Based on that, I have added him.