Seventh Generation


1048. Perneety Frances "Fannie" McCuistion669,673,1402 was born on 25 April 1851 in Ray County, Missouri.1403 She appeared in the census in the household of Capt. John Gwinn McCuistion and Martha Jane Lile on 23 August 1860 at Millville P.O. in Grape Grove Township, Ray County, Missouri.675 Name moved place date.1404 According to Ted, Parneety and Harrison; as well as her brother James Willis and his wife, Ann Barham moved to Texas in 1878. They stayed about a year and moved back to Missouri. She appeared in the census in 1910 in Barton City Township, Barton County, Missouri.671 Fannie lived in Barton City, Missouri in 1910 669 She died on 12 March 1919 at the age of 67 in Ray County, Missouri.673,1403 Perneety collected eggs and sold them for 34 cents a dozen, while traveling home she stopped to see her son Henry Cleveland in Milo, she became ill and died of bronchial pneumonia. She was buried in Barton City Cemetery, Barton County, Missouri.673,1405,1406 Barton City Cemetery is located 6 miles north of 160 on 45, 45 is about 9 miles west of Lamar, Missouri. There isn't a town there. Fannie has reference number RM 108 - LBM 51i-350. Parneety and Harrison lived on a farm just east of McCuistion Homestead, north of Iantha, Missouri. Evidence of the buildings is still apparent. (1996)

Perneety Frances "Fannie" McCuistion and Harrison Hamer were married on 20 January 1870 in Ray County, Missouri.1403 They1403 appeared in the census on 20 June 1900 in Barton City Township, Barton County, Missouri.1407 Harrison Hamer679, son of James Hamer and Sophia Wood, was born on 31 October 1839 in Lawrence County, Indiana.1403,1408 He served in the military Confederate Army Civil War.671 Harrison served with the confederate army. He lived in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas in 1878 1403 He moved back to Missouri in 1879. On 20 June 1900 Harrison was a farmer in Barton City Township, Barton County, Missouri.1407 He appeared in the census in 1910 in Barton City Township, Barton County, Missouri.671 On 13 May 1910 he was a Farmer in Barton City Township, Barton County, Missouri.671 Harrison appeared in the census in 1920 in Barton City Township, Barton County, Missouri.678 He died from chronic interstitial nephritis on 14 August 1924 at the age of 84 at the Vilas Wilson Home on 825 N. Elm Street in Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri.673,679,1408,1409 He died at the Vilas Wilson Home on 825 N. Elm Street. He was buried on 15 August 1924 at Barton City Cemetery in Verdella, Barton County, Missouri.1405,1409 Harrison has reference number RM 116. The first name Henry was provided by Melissa Ruberson.

Perneety Frances "Fannie" McCuistion-108 and Harrison Hamer-116 had the following children:

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LeRoy Belle Hamer-18365.

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Montie Ellen Hamer-18366.

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Fannie Arminta "Ara" Hamer-18367.

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Mattie May Hamer-18368.

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James Willis Hamer-18369.

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William Harrison "Will" Hamer-18370.

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Henry Cleveland "Cleve" Hamer-18371.

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Marriah Elizabeth "Lizzie" Hamer-18372.

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Charley Gordon Hamer-18373.

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Oliver Franklin Hamer-18374.

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Joseph Earl Hamer-18375.