Washington County, Missouri
MARY ANN SETTLE
m: 20 March 1895 at high noon in Old Mines, Mo. George Washington Cole
THOMAS BAILEY SETTLE - son of ?Thomas? Settle
born in N. Carolina
Children of Margaret & Thomas Settle in 1880:
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Children of John Settle:
John Settle - witness to the will of Miles Bishop in 1838 - From: Wills & Adm. of WashCoMo 1814 - 1870
MISCELLANEOUS SETTLE INFO:
William Settle: In June 1876 William M. Settle was indicted for the murder of Nathan Cowell. The indictment charged that on the 6th of May, 1876, he shot & killed Cowell at the railroad depot in Potosi. He was tried Oct. 21 following, & acquitted on the plea of insanity. From: Goodspeed's History of WashCoMo.
Index to Deeds:WashCoMo:
1830 Missouri Census Index:
Settle, George - - - Ralls Co.
Settle, Martin - - -Howard Co.
Settle, Wm. P. & George A. - - - Randolph Co.
Settle, Richard B. - - - Shelby Co.
1850 WashCoMo Census
John, Nancy, W.P., Sarah, Wm., Catherine, John, Martha
Settle slaves: 1 mulatto female, five black females, four black males
1880 Census WashCoMo:
Potosi Presbyterian Cemetery: SETTLE - Andrew J., Hattie Ann Vanalen
Potosi City Cemetery: SETTLE - Andrew J.,
New Masonic Cemetery: SETTLE - Annie F. Wallace, Emma C. Hall, Etta Paul, James Walter, W. Wallace, William Bailey
Old Masonic (Potosi): SETTLE - Harriet, William M.
Old Mines Baptist Cemetery: SETTLE - Fannie E., James S., John, John D., Margaret "Maggie" E. Black, Nancy Martin, Thomas Bailey, William P.,
Southpoint Cemetery: SETTLE - Jennie May, Susan Boas,
Wallen Cemetery: SETTLE - Mary Jane