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Beth & Gary Brewer's Andrew County Missouri Picture Album
Contributed by
Beth & Gary Brewer
Andrew County MO
Historical Andrew County MO Picture Album

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More on
Andrew County
MOGenWeb

Gary Brewer is descended from a lot of Andrew county (or surrounding counties) families such as Ferguson, Brewer, Coffman, Wright, Vanmeter, Kellogg, etc. As time permits, Beth Brewer plans to add more pictures to this photo album page.

Coffman: Christeena Nix Coffman |
Ferguson: Nathan and Bertha Coffman Ferguson |
Kellogg: Charles Wesley | John | Rachel (Small) Walker: John

Charles Wesley Kellogg
Joseph Walker Home
John Kellogg
Rachel Small Kellogg
John and Rachel are buried
in the Fairview Cemetery
(see Sections 1 & 2)
and were married in
Andrew County in 1844.
Christina Nix Coffman

wife of Samuel Coffman was first married to Silas
Turner
. She was born in 1850 and died in 1919.
She was buried in the Coffman Cemetery.
Nathan Ferguson and Bertha Coffman Ferguson

Nathan's wife Bertha Coffman Ferguson
is the daughter of Christina and Samuel Coffman.
They were buried in the Coffman Cemetery.

Bertha Coffman Ferguson

Nathan Ferguson

The Ferguson children
From Andrew County School Report, June 30, 1911, (re-published by the Andrew Co. Historical Society some years ago), no page numbers:

"District 32, Mt. Calvary, formerly 'Heron' district or 'Brush Africa.' Brush Africa was constructed of logs very rude, surrounded by brush. Roads were in fair condition. Mt. Calvary district the eastern half of Brush Africa, built in 1867 on land deeded by Nathaniel Kellogg, cost about $1400. The schoolboard [sic] at that time was Ezra Kellogg, John Kellogg. The first teacher taught in this building was Aaron Bales, salary then about the same as now [1911], enrollment about 40. There has [been] about 40 teachers taught in this building, no library, good wall maps, good blackboard, poor recitation seats in present building, school grounds, out buildings fair condition. My birthplace is near Rosendale. I received my education at rural school and Maryville Normal. Lola Miller, Teacher."

Further, Mt. Calvary was part of School District 10, centered at Rosendale, Andrew Co., MO. I see that Nora Ethel Brown's mother was a Kellogg (correct me if I'm wrong), so that's probably how she was connected to the area and to the school. [info by Monica Eshelman; photo noting Nora Ethel Brown by Beth Brewer]


Ernest Walker and Nora Ethel Brown
Obituaries (sources unknown)
Joseph Walker
Susan Shunk Wright
Susan Walker

This page was set up on November 13, 2006
for use on the Andrew County MOGenWeb and Andrew County (MO) On-Oine Photo Albums page
by Beth Brewer and Nancy Sween.