Clatterbuck, Cageby
      Micagor "Cageby" Clatterbuck

      Micagor "Cageby" Clatterbuck was born April 1, 1808 in either Kentucky or Virginia. He was the son of Reuben Clatterbuck and Martha "Patsy" Griffin. He married Margaret Howard on January 10, 1831 in Shelby County, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Chester Howard. Sometime between 1835 and 1836 he removed to Callaway County, Missouri. There he received two land patents on November 9, 1835. He was a farmer. On November 2, 1838, Cageby along with 3 of his brothers were enlisted into Captain William McKenney's mounted unit to fight in the Missouri Mormon War. This was a short lived stint as he was discharged on November 7th because Joseph Smith had surrendered on November 1st.

      Cageby was one of the early members of Dry Fork Church and is buried in the church cemetery. Margaret Howard died sometime between 1844 and 1850, as she is not in the 1850 census. Widowed with only one son, Cageby's daughters are often found living in the households of his siblings. Cageby died on January 29, 1869. Cageby and Margaret had at least 6 children. Permilla Ann, Caroline M., James Thomas, Georgia A., Nancy Jane, and Mary Elizabeth.

      The Children of Cageby Clatterbuck and Margaret Howard are:

      Permilla Ann Clatterbuck b. abt. 1833 d. March 23, 1902.
      Permilla married James Thomas Forsee, son of John and Judith Forsee.
      They had seven children, Dora, Julia, John Thomas, James C., Georgia Ann, Richard P. and Joseph Pruitt.

      Caroline M. Clatterbuck b. abt 1834
      Caroline married James Alexander Jamison on December 23, 1856.

      James Thomas Clatterbuck b. August 27, 1836 d. March 23, 1904.

      Georgie A. Clatterbuck b. abt. 1842 d. November 9, 1881.

      Nancy Jane Clatterbuck b. August 5, 1843 d. December 23, 1863
      Nancy married America (or Amos) Leopard, the son of John Leopard on June 4, 1862.
      They had one daughter, Elizabeth "Betty" Margaret b. July 1863.
      Betty was raised by her aunt, Caroline M. Clatterbuck Jamison .
      Betty married Herbert G. Phelps on Nov. 7, 1883

      Mary Elizabeth Clatterbuck b. August 4, 1844 d. March 6, 1908
      Mary married Thomas Franklin Guthrie, son of Samuel Taylor Guthrie and Sallie Phillips on February 21, 1856.
      He was born April 1, 1831. They had five children, Luticia, Baxter, Josephine, Sarah M. and Mollie. Thomas F. Guthrie died on July 1, 1913, and is buried in the Guthrie Cemetery, beside his wife.

      These are three of Cageby Clatterbuck's children, James Thomas and two of his sisters, their identity is unknown, although it is probably neither Nancy Jane or Georgie because they died at younger ages. Most likely one is Mary Elizabeth and Caroline M.