Laclede County Missouri Marriages
Louisa Monhollen m. 14 November 1852, George Strap
Munhollen from Company G of Lyon Legion; Civil War
See The 24th Missouri Volunteer Infantry “Lyon Legion” by J. Randall Houp, privately published.
David A. L. Munholen b. ca. 1843 in Laclede County. not married; no pension. d. 16 January 1862 in Rolla, Phelps Co. MO from measles. Mustered in Oakland, Lacelde Co.
Henry Munhollen b. ca. 1826 in Whitley Co. Kentucky no pension. no further data.
Hugh Munhollen b. 1838 in Hamilton Co. Tennessee. m. 24 June 1860 Mary Ann Blue daughter of Barnabas Blue.
Died 16 or 20 June 1862 Houston, Texas Co. MO from fever. Mary Ann was living in 1870 in Osage Township. Laclede Co.
John Munhollen b. ca. 1841 in Laclede Co. MO; wife Diana m. 11 Feb. 1861 He d. 20 Feb. 1862 in Lebanon. Wife resided in Van Burn Co. Iowa m. (2) John C. Herriman. Applied for pension.
Gasconade County, Missouri Marriages
Julian Monhollen m. 1 July 1878 Joseph Wood
Sarah Monhollon m. 15 November 1832, Washington Co. Joseph Vestzel.
A:70. 3 September 1851, Daniel A. Fletcher and wife Nancy (b. 1820 in Missouri) sold Samuel Monhollen all right, title and interest in the SW of SW of 28-34-14 subject to sale of land at Springfield, Missouri.
B:547. 28 September 1859, Josiah M. James and wife, Nancy Ann sold Abraham Munhollen SW of SW of 28-34-14 containing 30 acres with 2 acres to be held out of the SW corner.
B:299 1859 12 May 1859, James McHollin and wife Luticia of Laclede sold the NE of SE of 27-34-14 to Lewis Keedy. He obtained this by federal entry issued 1857 as James Monhollen.
B:286. 28 April 1859 Izair Munholen and wife Marthey Caroline for $100 cold Samuel E. Stroup the NW of NE of 36-34-14. As Isaiah Monhollen entered this in 1859.
Samuel McHolland in Montgomery County, Missouri p. 19 with 2 males under 5, 1 male 40-50, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-10 ;1 female 20-30.
James McHolland 1 male 20-30, 1 female under 5, 1 female 20-30.
Munhollen from Company G of Lyon’s Legion Civil War
Henry Munhollen b. ca. 1826 in Whitley Co. Kentucky; no pension; no further data.
Hugh Munhollen b. 1838 in Hamilton County, Tennessee; m. 24 June 1860, Laclede County, Mary Ann Blue, daughter of Barnabus Blue. d. 16 or 20 June 1862 Houston, Texas Co. MO from fever. She was living in Osage Township., Laclede Co. in 1870. He left probate in Laclede.
John Munhollen b. ca. 1841 in Laclede Co. MO; wife Diana m. 11 Feb. 1861; d. 20 Feb. 1862 in Lebanon. Wife resided in Van Buren Co. Iowa m. (2) John C. Herriman. Applied for pension
David A.L. Munholen b. ca. 1843 in Laclede County; not married; no pension d. 16 January 1862, Rolla, Phelps County MO from measles. Mustered in at Oakland, Laclede County.
Whitley Co. Kentucky
Hugh Monholland there as early as 1820.
1821 William Monholland
1822 badly waterstained
but appears to be Saml Monholland with no land and probably one poll.
1824 Samuel Monhollen no land 1 poll, 1 horse. S
William Monhollen 50 acres
1827 Samuel Monhollon 50 acres of 3rd rate land Gelico by J. Meadors
William Monhollen had 200 acres in 3 parcels on ?? Creek that he had entered.
Samuel Monhollen no land 1 poll, 1 horse
James Monhollen 1 horse and 1 poll
Abram Monhollen 100 acres on Clear Creek no poll no persnal property.
William Monhollen now has 125 acres on some spring. Marked out. 1 poll 3 horses.
William Monhollen; land now on Mulberry.
1831 William no others.
1829 Abraham Monhollen to John Davis 3 Feb 1829 1:234.
1829 Samuel Monhollen to John David 3 Feb 1829 1:234.
Joint deed two tracts of land for 50 acres on Beckley’s Creek which they are possessed and where they now live and before 1 May ensuing that the deed will be void and none effect if the said Abraham and “James” Monhollen do personally appear to answer a charge of personally husbanding James Coker with which they are charged and said Abraham and James set bail. Both signed with X. Wit: Andrew Cargill
1:235 3 Feb. 1829 James Monhollen (X) delivered to William Adams recognizance to appear with Abraham Monhollen on the next term of court on above charge.
Court Order Book A: Whitley County, Kentucky
p. 87 July 16, 1821
Peter Brant vs. Hugh Munholland, Sam, Monholland and Abraham Monholland for surety of the peace. Nothing further.
The Commonwealth by Nancy Tyler in April 1823 p. 156-157.
Vs. James Monholland, Abr. Monhollen and Elizabeth Monhollon. The prosecutor failed to appear so defendants discharged and prosecutor to pay costs.
April 1829 p. 409 Commonwealth by John Hall Ordered that Samuel Monhollen make his fine to the Commonwealth by payment of $5 for contempt offense to the authority of the court.
p. 411 Commonwealth vs. James Coker for profane swearing (6 counts) vs. Samuel Monholland for profane swearing 11 counts
Commonwealth vs. James Coker for charge of felony. He pled not guilty and, with Andrew Coker, placed bond to appear at the next term. P. 418.
Samuel through himself upon the mercy of the court and pled “inadvertency”…. Fine was remitted.
p. 429 July term 1829
Commonwealth vs. J. Coker on felony. Deft. Failed to appear in discharge of their recognizance and they one more change to show cause why judgment should not be made.
Vs. Monhollon (same page) defent failed to appear therefore ordered by the court they appear at the next term to show cause why forfeiture should not be made. Never appeared.