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Charles Smith SPICKARD
Melissa A. EVERITT
Husband:  Charles Smith SPICKARD
Birth:  14 Mar 1849, Spickard, Grundy Co., MO
Death:  12 Feb 1880, Spickard, Grundy Co., MO 
Father:  George Alexander SPICKARD
Mother:  Elizabeth CANTRELL
Marriage:
Wife:  Melissa Amelia EVERITT
Children born in Spickard, Grundy Co., MO:
1.  Alsa Meda/Mead Bell/Belle SPICKARD [twin], b. 17 May 1872 
2.  Alice May SPICKARD [twin], b. 17 May 1872
3.  Mary Frances "Fanny" SPICKARD, b. 28 Aug 1873; d. 4 Nov 1963, Spickard, Grundy Co., MO; bur. Spickard Masonic Cem.; m. 29 May 1895, William Tecumpseh PITTMAN
4.  Eugene Erastus SPICKARD, b. 13 Apr 1875; d. 15 Mar 1949, Trenton, Grundy Co., MO; bur. Maple Grove Cem.; m. 25 Dec 1894, Genoa Belle NEWTON
5.  Phillip SPICKARD, b. 1877; m. Goldie SPICKARD
6.  Nancy E. SPICKARD, b. Jul 1878; d.s.p. 4 Dec 1879; bur. Groff Cem., Mercer Co., MO
7.  Maggie E. SPICKARD, b. 29 May 1879


Sources:

1.  Family Group Sheet compiled by Betty Ann (Matthiesen) Cogliati and her grandmother, Maude Irene (Thompson) Rose.

2.  John C. Spickard.  [1987.]  "Bible Records:  Family Bible of Roy & Maude Spickard." Grundy Gleanings (Grundy County Genealogical Society, Trenton, MO) 3(3): 4.  Family bible of George Alexander SPICKARD & Mary Ann THOMPSON.

3.  Broderbund.  World Family Trees.  Vol. 7, Pedigree #995.

4.  WorldConnect (online at RootsWeb.com).

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