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Salem TROW

Notes for Salem TROW
    The marriage of Salem Trow and Laura Jewet was reported in the Fredonia Censor on Jan 29 1834. The marriage was preformed by C.Winsor,Esq,on 14 Jan 1834 in Stockton, Chautauqua,NY. Calulation of dates for their children,1850 census Hancock Co.,IL.,Marriage to Nancy Blevins Palmer,Linn,MO Marriages pg26. Div.,Linn Co.Court Records GS#1,008,953,Arp 9,1857,pg39-40. Marriage Record Index,Hancock,IL,#1160,vol.3,pg580,access# 0386028.


Salem TROW

Notes for Salem TROW
    The marriage of Salem Trow and Laura Jewet was reported in the Fredonia Censor on Jan 29 1834. The marriage was preformed by C.Winsor,Esq,on 14 Jan 1834 in Stockton, Chautauqua,NY. Calulation of dates for their children,1850 census Hancock Co.,IL.,Marriage to Nancy Blevins Palmer,Linn,MO Marriages pg26. Div.,Linn Co.Court Records GS#1,008,953,Arp 9,1857,pg39-40. Marriage Record Index,Hancock,IL,#1160,vol.3,pg580,access# 0386028.


William Smith TROW

William Smith6 TROW, born Cal 1837 in Deerfield, PA; died 26 Sep 1917. He married on 6 Mar 1870 in , Linn, MO, divorced , Mary Elizabeth (TURPIN) Trow.   1870 US Census Linn Co.MO,Yellow Creek township,St.Catherine,MO. There were no children born to the union of William and Mary Turpin,they were divorced. Civil War Record,cert#659684,Private in Co"A",Sceond Regiment of the Colorado  Calvery. Uncle Bill,as he was better known spent his later years with his nephew,  Arthur Sportsman at Gothenburg,Neb. He was in a catholic old folks home  in Grand Island,prior to coming to his nephews. He was said to be a gentle soul,a man who enjoyed life and enjoyed speading joy among all  he came in contact with. He had a long white beard,white as snow, reaching almost to his waist. He died at his nephews home and was buried by the government in the North Platte Nebraska Cemetary.


Harrison TROW

Notes for Harrison TROW
    "The True Story of Charles W.Quantrell",by John P Burch,his son-in-law, gives a breif history and picture of Harrison Trow. He moved form PA in 1848 to IL,then to MO in 1850 and went to Herford,TX in 1901. Harrison left home at about 9 years of age because of a conflict with his stepmother.  1860 US census lists him living in the home of G.Hudsbath age 19. "Gray Ghosts of the Confederacy" by Richard S.Brownlee,lists H.Trow as a survivor of the Civil War. "Jesse James Was His Name" by William R.Settle Jr. list Harrison Trow as an associate of the James brothers, and also states Harrison Trow idnetified Jesse's body. History of Jackson Co MO list an account of Harrison Trow (Sin-A-Bar township) which reads: "Harrison Trow of the firm of Hoover Janes &  Co,stock dealers,Blue Springs Mills" was born 18 Oct 1843,Allegheny  Co,PA and was about 4 yrs old when his family moved to Hancock Co.Il.  When he was 9yrs they moved to Linn Co. MO. His mother died in Il. In   the spring of 1861 he enlisted in States service under Capt.Rennick, six month later he re-enlisted in the Confedrate service under Capt.Webb.  for two years. He received two slight wounds and was taken prisioner,  but held only a short time. Since the close of the war he has been dealing in stock. His land estate consists of 210 acers. Sept.10,1866  he married Missouri Ann Jesse,they had five children,only one living at the time of this publication. Her name was Ella Lee. Missouri Ann (Jesse)Trow was a member of the Six Mile Baptist Church in Jackson Co. Deed Records: of Deaf Smith Co.Tx,Bk 27-pg585,J.P.Burch of Potter Co.,Tx sold Harrison Trow three tracts of land totaling 1920 acers more or less for the sum of ($33,600.00) $27,284.00 cash in hand with a promissary note of $6,000.00, dated 17 Aug 1910