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  Ritchey, Missouri - Newton County
Matthew Ritchey first came to that spot in northeastern Newton County in the early 1830s.
Ritchey returned to found the town named in his honor.
Ritchey sits in a lovely spot along the creek and still has a grist mill which has been restored and is open to visitors on request.
www.newtoncountymotourism.org /ritchey.htm   (153 words)

  
 The Joplin Globe - Online Edition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Weems said the Ritchey family cemetery was not acquired when the mansion was purchased because state law forbids the sale of a cemetery.
Jim Denny, a history expert with Missouri’s state parks system, said Newtonia is on the fast track for the erection of interpretative panels as past of the system’s Civil War marker project.
Denny said: “The problem with Missouri’s version of the Civil War is that there were none of the grand, epic battles on the scale of Shiloh or Gettysburg.
www.joplinglobe.com /story.php?story_id=157672&c=87   (1095 words)

  
 A Directory of Towns, Villages, and Hamlets of Missouri
A plat of Newtonia was recorded August 13, 1857, being Morgan's seventy acres, or the east half of the southeast quarter of Section 14, adjoining Dr. John Hind's northeast quarter section on the west and M. Ritchey's land on the east.
Ritchey was severely damaged during the Civil War, and a great fire in 1868 came up to finish the work of war.
The town of Ritchville was surveyed for Matthew H. Ritchey and Mary E. Ritchey in August, 1870.
thelibrary.springfield.missouri.org /lochist/moser/newtonpl.html   (4116 words)

  
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If you are interested in bringing the Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod to the attention of the nation, the conscientious discipline of politicians who support the murder of innocent unborn children would have gotten us a whole lot more press than a few ill-chosen words at Yankee Stadium.
He left the Buffalo Synod to join Missouri because we were a church body which was characterized by what he called the "fear of the Word of God." The young pastor used that telling phrase to describe the attitude of holy awe, absolute submission and steadfast obedience with which this Synod approached the Bible.
Missouri was unwilling to yield or compromise even the smallest detail of Biblical truth for any agreement, any internal peace or any institutional gain because of that reverent "fear of the Word of God." We who would reclaim the mantle of historic Missouri must be characterized by that same attitude today.
www.osl.cc /believe/bones.htm   (9379 words)

  
 Downtown Ritchey, Missouri
During my time in Ritchey I recall that there were three stores, a garage, an ice house, and a barber shop, all along main street.
Grover Laurance of Ritchey for a short time and then successively by a young man and then by a family who came from other towns.
The Ritchey Hotel was standing but I do not believe that it was operated as a hotel while I lived in Ritchey.
www.vvm.com /~ritterh/downtown.html   (1917 words)

  
 Hardy Documentation - Genealogy Notes for Elizabeth Priscilla Hardy
Elizabeth, "Lizzy" as she was known by many, was an active and vital member of the Ritchey Baptist Church all of her adult life.
Funeral services were held at 1:30 o'clock Friday, November 16 at the Ritchey Baptist Church for Ben K. Hersey, age 82, who passed away at his home in Ritchey, Missouri, Tuesday.
Hersey was a faithful member of Ritchey Baptist Church for fifty years or more and was the eldest deacon of the church at the time of his demise.
www.retracing-our-family-legacy.com /notes_hardy_priscilla.html   (800 words)

  
 Ritchey Missouri Resource Guide, City or community of Ritchey, Missouri Facts, Information, Relocation, Real Estate, ...
The distance from Ritchey to Washington DC is 983 miles.
The distance to the Missouri state capital is 159 miles.
Ritchey is positioned 36.94 degrees north of the equator and 94.18 degrees west of the prime meridian.
www.usacitiesonline.com /mocountyritchey.htm   (160 words)

  
 Newton County Missouri Year 'Round Attractions
Ritchey Mansion is the centerpiece of Civil War history in the village of Newtonia.
The Ritchey family cemetery is on the mansion grounds, and a community Civil War Cemetery is just a few blocks away.
The Miners Museum was founded to tell the story of Granby, Missouri, considered by most historians to be the biggest mining town in Southwest Missouri.
www.newtoncountymotourism.org /YearRnd.htm   (955 words)

  
 Ritchey Family Genealogy Forum (Page 3)
Re: Ritcheys in Missouri - Joyce Ritchey 11/20/99
Re: Charles and Bonnie Ritchey of Missouri - Joyce Ritchey Hildebrand 6/21/01
Re: Ritchey's (richey) in Virginia - Lynda Rangeley 10/10/98
genforum.genealogy.com /ritchey/page3.html#321   (2539 words)

  
 Mail Tribune Sports - SOU wins NAIA title
The Raiders must have enjoyed their lofty perch because they spent the rest of the week having others peer up at them as SOU clinched its first national championship in seven years thanks to a dominant team effort.
In an overachieving national tournament effort highlighted by upset victories, Southern Oregon amassed a school-record 158 team points, and outdistanced second-place Missouri Valley College (151½) and third-place University of Mary, N.D. The Raider squad is scheduled to arrive at Medford’s Rogue Valley International Airport today at 3 p.m.
But behind new scoring at the tournament that favored a balanced squad, Ritchey’s wrestlers came through time after time in helping their coach win his first national title and earn NAIA coach of the year honors.
www.mailtribune.com /archive/2001/march/030401s1.htm   (1048 words)

  
 Ritchey Family Genealogy Forum (All Messages)
Re: Solin Bolen Ritchey and ancestors - Franki Loring 7/04/01
Re: Solin Bolen Ritchey and ancestors - Patricia Marez 8/10/01
Re: R.R.RITCHEY Warren/Jackson/Putnam Co.TN - Susana Ritchey Joyce 10/25/99
genforum.genealogy.com /ritchey/all.html   (5549 words)

  
 Ritchey News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
A Missouri appeals court upheld on Tuesday a lower court's ruling that some information in police reports is not public.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol issued the following reports: Two people were hurt in a one-vehicle accident two miles north of...
Covering a district that extends 13 miles to Ritchey and a significant piece of rural Newton...
www.topix.net /city/ritchey-mo   (540 words)

  
 Eidson Family - pafg12.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Lucy Ann Eidson-10E207 was born on 20 Feb 1818 in Washington County, Missouri.
Elizabeth Eidson-10E209 was born on 24 Oct 1823 in Bellview, Iron County, Missouri.
Margaret Corrilla Eidson-10E213 was born on 9 Oct 1835 in Madison County, Missouri.
www.imt.net /~gedison/eidson/pafg12.htm   (2727 words)

  
 About The Ritchey, Missouri Web Site Author
I was born in Ritchey in 1935 and lived there until 1953.
I would be grateful for pictures that depict the history of Ritchey and Ritchey families and welcome suggestions for improving the web site.
If you are interested in learning more about the history of Ritchey, as well as other villages in Eastern Newton County, I recommend a new book entitled "The Monark Towns and Surrounding Villages" by Mr.
www.vvm.com /~ritterh/noframes/author.html   (401 words)

  
 Hersey Documentation - Genealogy Notes for Benjamin K Hersey
Ben Hersey is buried at IOOF Newtonia Cemetery, Newtonia, Newton County, Missouri.
One of Wilson Branham's daughters may have been the mother of Benjamin or a close relative was.
Family tradition relates that Benjamin was the son of Judge Benjamin K Hersey of Granby Missouri.
www.retracing-our-family-legacy.com /notes_hersey_ben.html   (470 words)

  
 Ritchey Family Genealogy Forum (Page 2)
Re: Ritchey's in Tenn. 1850's - Susana Ritchey Joyce 5/11/01
Re: Raymond Taylor Ritchey - Joyce Ritchey 11/06/99
Re: Raymond Taylor Ritchey - Joyce Ritchey 11/15/99
genforum.genealogy.com /ritchey/page2.html#780   (2368 words)

  
 Possum Pete's RV Park, Missouri camping
If you want to experience a beautiful part of Missouri then Possum Pete's RV Park is a great place, outdoors activities are abundant around Possum Pete's RV Park.
Possum Pete's RV Park is popular with the locals as well as with visitors from far away, Possum Pete's RV Park is a good campground for any type of camper.
Shoal Creek, Missouri, Ritchey to low-water bridge about 1 mile southwest of Highway 43, 46 miles away, class I, 31.3 miles long.
www.hikercentral.com /campgrounds/107036.html   (491 words)

  
 MillPictures.com - Ritchey Mill/Shoal Creek Mill - Newton Co. Missouri.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
MillPictures.com - Ritchey Mill/Shoal Creek Mill - Newton Co. Missouri.
There is another mill site about halfway to Ritchey along Shoal Creek on Sh W from US 60 with miller's house ruins on the hill across the road.
The nill is 0.5 miles south of the main part of town along Shoal Creek.
www.millpictures.com /products/details.cfm?p=Mo-73-02-RitcheyMill   (241 words)

  
 John R Beckett, Kentucky, 179?
Born 1818 in Harrison county Kentucky, and died in Newton County, Missouri.
Born June 08, 1898 in Ritchey Missouri Newton County, and died March 24, 1950 in Ritchey Missouri Newton County.
Horton was born May 22, 1917 at Ritchey, and had lived all her life in the Seneca area.
thebecketts.com /genealogy/beckettfamilies/johnrbeckett.html   (1547 words)

  
 Mail Tribune Sports
Matt Paulson (134 pounds), Ryan Escobar (118) and Matt Armstrong (158) will resume their runs for national titles today, while Brian Samhammer (158), Bill Wathen (177), Jamie Haddon (190) and Jamie Dixson (190) are battling for placing spots.
Even though his squad's chances of winning the national team title are slim, Ritchey remains pleased with their effort.
Tony Buchek, Missouri Valley, 7-0; Luigi Bianco, Simon Fraser, d.
www.mailtribune.com /archive/98/mar98/3798s3.htm   (439 words)

  
 Countryside Campground, Missouri camping
If you want to experience a beautiful part of Missouri then Countryside Campground is a great place, outdoors activities are abundant around Countryside Campground.
Shoal Creek, Missouri, Ritchey to low-water bridge about 1 mile southwest of Highway 43, 54 miles away, class I, 31.3 miles long.
Roaring River, Missouri, Roaring River State Park to Highway 86, 73 miles away, class I-II, 5.8 miles long.
www.hikercentral.com /campgrounds/106945.html   (292 words)

  
 Ritchey Missouri Resource Guide, City or community of Ritchey, Missouri Historical Events and Facts, Information, ...
Ritchey Missiouri, is named after the first white person born, approximately 1835, named James Ritchey.
More information is available along with photographs of all of the Ritchey's including James Ritchey, the name sake of "Ritchey" Missouri E-mail: RitcheyPI@msn.com if you have any additional information or would like to know more about this genealogy.
This includes all people in or out of Ritchey and could involve any interested adults or children with events or items that are of interest.
www.usacitiesonline.com /mocountyritcheyhev.htm   (317 words)

  
 Indian Creek RV Park and Campground, Missouri camping
In Missouri there are some real nice places including Indian Creek RV Park and Campground, outdoors activities are abundant around Indian Creek RV Park and Campground.
Shoal Creek, Missouri, Ritchey to low-water bridge about 1 mile southwest of Highway 43, 20 miles away, class I, 31.3 miles long.
Roaring River, Missouri, Roaring River State Park to Highway 86, 45 miles away, class I-II, 5.8 miles long.
www.hikercentral.com /campgrounds/106980.html   (480 words)

  
 Joplin, Missouri, Outdoors Recreation
Lots of great nature around Joplin, Missouri just waiting to be explored.
Shoal Creek, Missouri, Ritchey to low-water bridge about 1 mile southwest of Highway 43, 5 miles away, class I, 31.3 miles long.
Roaring River, Missouri, Roaring River State Park to Highway 86, 50 miles away, class I-II, 5.8 miles long.
www.hikercentral.com /metros/27900.html   (763 words)

  
 Eric Ritchey
Ritchey served as preceptor in the Center For Eye Care (part-time) and coordinated the ophthalmic optics laboratory in the Fall of 2003.
In addition to his continued service in various teaching areas, he will join Dr. Garzia as a co-investigator for the Every Child Ready to See and Learn project which is funded by the CDC.
After completion of the degree Doctor of Optometry at The Ohio State University, Dr. Ritchey went on to receive an M.S. degree upon completion of an Advanced Practice Fellowship in Cornea and Contact Lenses at the same institution.
www.umsl.edu /~optomety/faculty/ritcheye.html   (103 words)

  
 lostdove
Certificate of Marriage State of Missouri } County of Pettis } April 1st A. This is to certify.
Lillis M. Estes of Kemp Pettis County Missouri married James W. Hedden of Rich Hill Bates County Missouri on December 18 1897 in Kemp by T. Payne an ordained Preacher of the Gospel
Thomas Estes of Postal Pettis County Missouri married Tena Smith of Thornleigh Pettis County Missouri on Novemeber 7 1898 in Postal by J. Dotson Nelson Missouri Minister of Gospel
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Prairie/8958/pettis.html   (1215 words)

  
 Map of Ritchey, Missouri, United States United States | Multimap.com
Map of Ritchey, Missouri, United States United States
Map of Ritchey, Missouri, United States United States
These locations are nearest as the crow flies, but may not be nearest by road.
www.multimap.com /wi/193665.htm   (74 words)

  
 Neosho, Missouri -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Neosho, Missouri -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Neosho is a city located in (Click link for more info and facts about Newton County, Missouri) Newton County, Missouri.
Out of the total population, 14.3% of those under the age of 18 and 9.4% of those 65 and older are living below the poverty line.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/n/ne/neosho,_missouri.htm   (518 words)

  
 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of James M. Ritchey
1 Ritchey, James M. b: 1810 in Tennessee d: Unknown Sex: Male +Rachel b: 1809 in Missouri d: Unknown m: Abt.
1849 in Missouri Sex: Female 2 Ritchey, F. Simpson b: 1829 in St. Charles, Missouri d: Unknown Sex: Male +Green, Rhonda b: 1827 in Ohio d: Unknown m: Abt.
b: Private Sex: Female 4 Ritchey, Myrtle E. b: 1892 d: Unknown Sex: Female 4 Ritchey, Lillie Mae b: 1894 d: Unknown Sex: Female *2nd Wife of Ritchey, Joseph Isaac: +Gibson, Clarinda Josephine b: in Phillipsburg, KS d: Unknown m: Aft.
familytreemaker.genealogy.com /users/c/a/s/Mary-E-Casby/ODT1-0001.html   (121 words)

  
 Ancestors of Marina Garrison
Christened: Died: Abt 1851 - Missouri, USA Buried:
Christened: Died: 16 Dec 1897 - Missouri, USA
Christened: Died: 11 Jun 1911 - Missouri, USA
www.hamersleyfamily.com /marina/f83.htm   (217 words)

  
 Unlinked Craigmyles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Clayborne Craigmyle August 09, 1893 Shelby County, Missouri February 24, 1990 Shelbina, Shelby County, Missouri Eula Moser December 27, 1917
Earl Craigmyle December 30, 1906 Shelby County, Missouri
Ferdinand C. Craigmyle February 18, 1873 Shelby County, Missouri July 20, 1941 Shelby County, Missouri Maude Coomes February 15, 1899
members.aol.com /Rdkfour/UnlinkedCraigmyles.html   (1131 words)

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