From the book, DADE COUNTY MISSOURI FAMILIES BEFORE 1880: VOLUME 3. P -Z, by Dorothy Anderson-York, revised 1999, p. 14:
PIDCOCK, MARY A. - d/o William H. Pidcock and Elizabeth E. Murray, m. 20 Aug 1876, James H. Gray of Lawrence County.
PIDCOCK, ELIZABETH J. - b. 21 Aug 1856, Crawford Co., d. 13 Aug 1943, g. Lockwood Cem., d/o William H. Pidcock and Elizabeth E. Murray (FHR), m. 14 Jan 1877, Samuel Jacob Hiatt. (OBT)
PIDCOCK, JAMES ARVIL - b. 3 Sep1872, Dade Co., d. 2 Aug 1944, Joplin, Mo.,g. kings Point Cem., s/o William H. Pidcock and Elizabeth E. Murray, m. 9 Sep 1894, Susie E. Parminter. (OBT)
PIDCOCK, PAYTON P. - b. 6 Dec 1860, Crawford Co., Mo., d. 13 Aug 1939, g. Kings Point Cem., s/o William H. Pidcock and Elizabeth E. Pinnell (Murray?), m. Ollie Hiatt. (FHR) (OBT)
PIDCOCK, W. S. - b. 11 Oct 1864, Crawford Co., Mo., d. 12 Oct 1943, Ft. Scott, Ks.,g. Kings Point Cem., s/o William H. Pidcock and Elizabeth E. Murray, m. Ruth Pratt, d. 1918. (OBT)
PIDCOCK, WILLIAM H. - b. 26 Mar 1823, d. 17 Apr 1886, g. Kings Point Cem., m. Elizabeth E. Murray. OC: Joseph M., Morris B.
I noticed someone responded to you and said that Dade County may have been a part of Lawrence. Dade County was formed in 1841 from Polk and Cedar Counties. The first land deed was to my GGGreat uncle. I live in South Korea but try to do research as often as possible. I am in Dade County ever six months. Next summer I will be there for a week. Email me in late May if you need me to do some looking around.
I have a webpage if you would like to check out Dade County history. Go to dadecountymissouri.20m.com if you are interested.
I have no connection to Pidcock, however, when I am doing research, if I notice an unusual name I check to see if I can help someone out. I hope this information will help you and others. I have contacted Dorothy Anderson-York about getting a copy of her books but they are not longer available. I have excerpts for my family and yours is on one of those pages.
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