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Marriage: Children:
  1. Virginia Gertrude Rector: Birth: 19 Feb 1876 in Barton County, Missouri.

  2. Theodosia Ray Rector: Birth: 9 Sep 1877 in Barton County, Missouri. Death: 28 Sep 1949 in Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri

  3. Ernest Elmer Rector: Birth: 17 Nov 1878 in Barton County, Missouri.

  4. Enoch E Rector: Birth: 18 Oct 1879 in Missouri.

  5. James Arthur Rector: Birth: 4 May 1881 in Missouri. Death: 20 May 1939 in Deer Trail, Colorado

  6. Charles Albert Rector: Birth: 2 Aug 1882 in Vernon County, Missouri. Death: 15 Dec 1946 in Muskogee County, Oklahoma

  7. Cleveland Marmaduke Rector: Birth: 10 Sep 1884 in Missouri. Death: 1947 in Deer Trail, Colorado

  8. Oscar L Rector: Birth: 5 Feb 1886 in Missouri.

  9. John T Rector: Birth: 2 Jan 1888 in Missouri.

  10. Myrtle Rector: Birth: 29 Mar 1889 in Missouri.

  11. Guthrie W Rector: Birth: 20 Feb 1891 in Missouri.

  12. Jacob I Rector: Birth: 11 Feb 1894 in Missouri. Death: 29 Jul 1895 in Missouri

1. Title:   Barton County, Missouri, Marriage Book "A", 1866 - 1880
Page:   Page 88

a. Note:   James lived in Warren County, Kentucky. He later moved to Barton County, Missouri. He later moved to Cedar County, Missouri.
  James was a farmer.
  James was a member of the Harmony Baptist Church, Barton County, Missouri. He served as messenger for the church to the Barton County Baptist Association in 1895, 1897.
  In 1850 James was living with his parents in 2nd District, Warren County, Kentucky. (Source: 1850 Census - Warren County, Kentucky)
  James and his parents moved to Barton County, Missouri in 1855.
  In 1860 James was living with his parents in Newton Township, Barton County, Missouri. (Source: 1860 Census - Newton Township, Barton County, Missouri; Page 17; #F53)
  James served during the Civil War in the army of the Confederate States of America. He enlisted in Barton County, Missouri on September 18, 1862 as a Private in Company G, Smith Regiment, Shelby Brigade, Price's Division, Missouri Cavalry. He was enlisted by Captain Kile. He served for three years. In his enlistment papers he was described as having blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion and being 5 feet and 9 inches tall.
  In 1870 James was living with his brother John Rector in Newton Township, Barton County, Missouri. (Source: 1870 Census - Newton Township, Barton County, Missouri; Page 13; #F113)
  In 1880 James was living with his family in Milford Township, Barton County, Missouri. (Source: 1880 Census - Milford Township, Barton County, Missouri; Page 12; #F185)
  James is buried in Round Prairie Cemetery, Barton County, Missouri. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.