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Samuel Daily, b. abt. 1890, MO
Posted by: Kathy Herndon (ID *****4838) Date: July 11, 2003 at 12:39:51
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Looking for more information on this individual--date and place of birth, date and place of death, additional spouses, children, etc.

From the 1900 US Census, MO, Greene Co., City of Springfield, Ward 5, E.D. 35, Family 155:
Daily, Samuel, Head, M, W, 19, M1, 0, MO, MO, IA, English, Trackman, Railroad
---, Anna, Wife, F, W, 18, M1, 1, 1, AR, --, AR, English, none
---, Daisie? (illegible), Daughter, F, W, 2/12, MO, MO, AR
They are sharing a house with Annie's parents, Oliver and Ellen (Tindle) Dempster (family 156 on the census).

From the Greene Co., MO, Coroner's Record Book 3, p. 17:
"Oliver Dempster. . . on the 29 day of July, A.D. 1911. . . came to his death by a gunshot wound inflicted by a shot fired from a shot gun in the hands of Samuel Daily."

From the _Greene County (MO) Abstract of Divorce Records, 1911-1920_:
DAILY, Samuel / DAILY, Anna
#49890. Div 2. Final Decree 12 Sep. 1913 Book 114 p 85. Default. Decree for Plaintiff. He is innocent and injured
party. Married 31 July 1909. Plaintiff awarded care and custody of minor children of said marriage of Plaintiff & Defendant. (Sam Daily married Annie Dempter).

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