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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Kearney, Browne, Vance, Tullock, Wallace, Steen, Rector, Schwab, Quigley, Brice, Popplewell, Compton, Gregory, Hardin, Winn, Kessels, Ginble, Weidenbenner, Widemann, Matthews
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
United States, Ireland, Scotland
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
To understand where I come from, and what others before me have overcome to allow me to be where I am today.

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At 2:05pm on February 16, 2012, Lisa Tullock said…

Amy, Samuel is buried in an unmarked grave in Beulah Cemetery near Brunot, Madison County Mo. The cemetery was established in 1887 and there are no death dates on the cemetery plats.  We can only presume he dies after 1887, however, he is not listed on the 1880 census so at the present his death date is still a mystery.  Don't know how much info you have on him.  You may want to check out " The Life and Adventures of James P Beckwourth, Mountaineer, Scout and Pioneer, and Chief of the Crow Nation of Indians" Written from his own dictation by T.D. Bonner.  Samuel is mentioned quite a bit in the second half of the book.  Thanks and good luck searching.

 

At 2:23pm on February 8, 2012, Lisa Tullock said…

Hi Amy,

Am very interested in Samuel Tullock - fur trader.  Have you found any more info on him?  I have some.  He would be my husbands 3rd great uncle.  He is such a fascinating person I have been digging into his life for quite some time. 

Thanks, Lisa

 

At 8:39pm on October 18, 2009, Linda Hansel said…
I wish I could help you out. I am really needing help with this line. My husband's mother was Annie Catherine Brown. She was born in Grubville, Jefferson County, MO to the parents of William Brown and Zylpha (Wilson) Brown. There are so many William Browns it is very difficult to trace. The fact that his wife was Zylpha helped to find what I do have. I keep hoping something will open up. Linda
At 9:24am on September 2, 2009, P. Davidson-Peters said…
I Googled your Tulloch and am even more interest in him and would like to find out where his path might have crossed Pilchers ... so looking forward to your reply!
At 7:32am on September 2, 2009, P. Davidson-Peters said…
Hi Amy,

Thanks for your post regarding Samuel Tulloch, the fur trader. I am definitely interested in anything you have to share about him.

Tracking all those fur traders who might have associated with my ancestor, Joshua Pilcher.

Would love to have you join my Early St. Louis site and add any discussions or info there as well. If you have not visited my website, I think you may find it interesting or useful. I began collecting information more than ten years ago on the early settlers, and finally added the information on a website to share. There is also a link on it to the ancestral trees on GenCircles that I began putting together as I collected the data.

Check it out: Early St. Louis

Look forward to hearing from you and what you might be able to tell me about Samuel Tulloch. Thanks!

By the way ... saw your comment on Dennis Northcott. This man is outstanding! I live in AZ and he has corresponded with me and been so helpful over several years. If you're out there Dennis, know you are appreciated! :)
At 10:04pm on August 31, 2009, Katie Heitert Wilkinson said…
Welcome aboard. It was good to see your invitation reply.
At 9:00pm on August 31, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…
You are in vited to the Kentucky Hardins group

At 8:57pm on August 31, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…

 
 
 

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