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History of Lafayette county, Mo., carefully written and compiled from the most authentic official and private sources, including a history of its townships, cities, towns, and villages, together with a condensed history of Missouri, the Constitution of the United States, and state of Missouri, a military record of volunteers in either army of the great civil war

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History of Lafayette county, Mo., carefully written and compiled from the most authentic official and private sources, including a history of its townships, cities, towns, and villages, together with a condensed history of Missouri, the Constitution of the United States, and state of Missouri, a military record of volunteers in either army of the great civil war

History of Lafayette county, Mo., carefully written and compiled from the most authentic official and private sources, including a history of its townships, cities, towns, and villages, together with a condensed history of Missouri, the Constitution of the United States, and state of Missouri, a military record of volunteers in either army of the great civil war

Source : Internet Archive

History of Lafayette county, Mo., carefully written and compiled from the most authentic official and private sources, including a history of its townships, cities, towns, and villages, together with a condensed history of Missouri, the Constitution of the United States, and state of Missouri, a military record of volunteers in either army of the great civil war

History of Lafayette county, Mo., carefully written and compiled from the most authentic official and private sources, including a history of its townships, cities, towns, and villages, together with a condensed history of Missouri, the Constitution of the United States, and state of Missouri, a military record of volunteers in either army of the great civil war

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MEYER


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Wm. Murphy, 3rd.,Wm. Sanders, 4th, John P. Meyer, 5th, James J. Perdeau, 6th.


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J. D. Kuster, Henry Kuhlman, Chris Meyer, Henry Meine, Wm.


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Frederick Meyer, private, enlisted 1862, in Capt. Brune's company.


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Henry Ficken, mayor, Chas. Bergman, Henry Meyer, A. E. Brunes and M. Brunes, councilmen, E. F. Ninas, marshal, and F.


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H. H. Klingenberg, Wm. Sodemann, Henry Meyer, F. C. Cook, J. P. Lohoefeuer, P. Steimman, H. Droege, and P. Esselmann.


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Schaefermeyer, Henry Winkler, Nicholas Siegward, Edward F. Meyer, Jacob Klee, Albert Althof FJohn G. Mehl, F. K. Tutt, Thomas Dickens,


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here he was married to Sophia Meyer, a native of Missouri, by whom he had seven children, four of whom


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" Meyer & Co." Mr. Meyer, in his business capacity, is keeping pace


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REV. JOHN MEYER, pastor of Methodist church at Concordia, born in Germany, Oct. 5, 1832.


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Miss Mary Meyer, daughter of Francis Meyer of Lexington, and who was the first child born in Lexington of German


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he was married to Miss Mary Meyer, daughter of Francis Meyer of Lexington, and who was the first child born