Extracts from the Troy Free Press, 1910 to 1932
The Troy Free Press (Troy, Lincoln County, MO).
From the collection of Patty (Jamerson) Archer

Troy Free Press
Fri., Jan. 9, 1925 p. 7

Final Settlement

All creditors and others interested
in the estate of Thomas Jameson,
deceased, are notified that the
undersigned administrator of said
estate intends to make final settlement
of said estate at the next term of the
probate court of Lincoln County,
Missouri to be holden in Troy, in said
county on the 2nd Monday in February

Casper Anderson, Administrator

[NOTE: Thomas Mahan Jameson was the son of George W. & Mary Ida (Clay) Jameson.]

Troy Free Press
Fri., Feb. 25, 1927

Misses Georgia Ramsour, Velma Wilson, and Rowena Zumwalt were the guests of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Schneider Wednesday night.

[NOTE: Georgia Ramsour married Beverly Riley Cluny in 1927. Their children: Gloria & Gerald.]

Troy Free Press
Fri., June 5, 1931

Maurice Dodson and family spent Monday with Mrs. Dodson's parents, Mr. And Mrs. Pierce.

Herbie Hutton and wife, of St. Louis, spent the week end with his father, Marb Hutton.

Moscow Mills
Miss Essy Mae Burcham, of St. Charles, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Bertha Cottle.

[NOTE: Mrs. Maurice Dodson was Hattie Leo Florence (Pierce) Dodson, daughter of Vade Pierce & Rilla Jane (Powelson) Jeffries Pierce. Herb Hutton was the son of Marble P. Hutton & Lula Jane (Jamerson) Hutton. Essie Mae Burcham was the daughter of George W. Burcham & Nancy Margaret (Cluny) Burcham.]

Troy Free Press
Fri., Feb. 11, 1910

Len Cluney was thrown by a young horse last Thursday night and has been unable to do anything. Probably it will be some time before he can go to work.

[NOTE: Lennie Cluny was the son of Daniel & Sarah Frances (Koester) Cluny. He married Mabel Rose in 1910. Their children: Norma D. & Leonard Jr. (died as infant).]

Troy Free Press
Fri., Jan. 7, 1910

M. Hutton presented his wife with a new Hurd piano for Xmas.

Mrs. Cluny went to Silex Friday, where she will visit relatives until after New Year's.

[NOTE: Marble Hutton's wife was Lula Jane (Jamerson) Hutton, daughter of Willis & Flora (Pierce) Jamerson. Mrs. Cluny is Sarah Frances (Koester) Cluny.]

Troy Free Press
Fri., May 29, 1931

Mrs. Fannie Lusse had as guests Sunday: Willie and Fount Lusse and family, and Mrs. Pete Lusse and children.

Moscow Mills
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Cluny and daughter, of St. Charles, spent the week end here with Mr. And Mrs. Len Cluny.

[NOTE: Mrs. Pete Lusse and children were Nora (Jamerson) Lusse and children, Luella, Orville, Arthur & Treesa Lusse. Emery Cluny and wife, Eva (Owen) Cluny and their daughter, Faye Cluny spent the week with Emery's brother Len Cluny and wife, Mabel (Rose) Cluny. Lennie & Emery were sons of Daniel & Sarah Frances (Koester) Cluny.]

Troy Free Press
Fri., Sept. 23, 1932

Mrs. Nora Lusse has moved to the home of her Uncle, Vade Pierce, near Snow Hill, to keep house for him.

Marb Hutton, wife and son, Hewitt, spent Friday in Pike County.

Moscow Mills
Mrs. Nora Lusse and family moved this week to the home of her uncle, Vadie Pierce, near Asbury.

[NOTE: Nora (Jamerson) Lusse was the daughter of Willis & Flora (Pierce) Jamerson. Marb Hutton's wife was Lula Jane (Jamerson) Hutton. Their children were: Hewitt, Herbert & Delora. Vade Pierce was the son of Morgan & Martha Jane (Hines) Pierce.]

File submitted to HERITAGE PAGES of LINCOLN COUNTY, MISSOURI by Patty (Jamerson) Archer, 5 Oct, 2004.

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