Irving J. Mashburn

Irving J. Mashburn (1854 - 1941)

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Irving J. Mashburn
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Died in Seymour, Webster County, Missourimap
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Categories: Hickory County, Missouri.

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Irving J. Mashburn

Irving J. Mashburn, is the son of Jordan Mashburn and Sarah Cowen. Irving was born March 12 1854, on farm 4 miles south of Hermitage Hickory Co. Missouri. [1]

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Name

Irving J. Mashburn

Also known as:

Irvin Mashburn.[2]
Irving J. Mashburn.

Birth

Irvin Mashburn, son of Jordan Mashburn was born ...

son of Jordan Mashburn.[3]

Religion

Occupation

Events

Will

Death

Irvin Mashburn died ...

Buried

Family

Irvin Mashburn married on .

They had the following children:

Notes:

Notes

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Sources

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Source

Wilson's history of Hickory County (1909)

Wilson, F. Marion, b. 1848,
Printed at the Herald Office by Wilson Bros. Hermitage, Missouri.
archive.org

MASHBURN FAMILY.

William Mashburn and Sally Mashburn, his wife, with their children, came to what is now Hickory county, from Kentucky, in 1841. They both died in Hickory county, Mo., William in 1847, and Sally in 1873.

children:

Charity, born in North Carolina, Feb. 13, 1807.
Turner, born in North Carolina, Jan. 1, 1809.
Jordan, born in North Carolina, June 15, 1810.
Martha, born in Kentucky, Dec. 5, 1817.
Emanuel, born in Kentucky, Jan. 1, 1820.
John Jackson, born in Kentucky, Feb. 11, 1822.
William, born in Kentucky. Sept. 22, 1829.

FAMILIES OF THE SONS.

Turner, was the father of James H., and Thomas C. Mashburn, of Humansville, Mo.

Jordan, was the father of Benjamin F., Andrew J., Henry C, Thomas J., and Irvin.

Emanuel, was the father of George W., John H., William Turner, and Columbus A.

John Jackson, raised no family.

William, the youngest son, married Jane Pitts, and they have no children, he now owns and resides on the farm that his father, William Mashburn, settled in 1841.

Sources

  • Attached Documents.
  • Wilson's history of Hickory County (1909),Wilson, F. Marion, b. 1848, Printed at the Herald Office by Wilson Bros. Hermitage, Missouri. archive.org

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Foot Notes

  1. Entered by Michael Lechner and Sharon Moffitt Cowen, Aug. 18, 2012
  2. Wilson's history of Hickory County (1909).
  3. Wilson's history of Hickory County (1909).




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Jordan & Sarah Mashburn Bible
Jordan & Sarah Mashburn Bible

Irving Mashburn letter
Irving Mashburn letter

Wilson's history of Hickory County (1909), pg 145
Wilson's history of Hickory County (1909), pg 145

Wilson's history of Hickory County (1909), pg 146
Wilson's history of Hickory County (1909), pg 146

Irving Mashburn Certificate of Death
Irving Mashburn Certificate of Death

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