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'Early Adventurers on the Western Waters' Vol. III Part I p. 257-258
"Early Adventurers on the Western Waters" Vol. III Part I p. 257-258
William Vardeman listed as one of Captain Walter Crockatt's Company (Rangers) who participated in the battle of Point Pleasant in 1774 
 
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1774 March <i>Virginia Gazette</i>
1774 March Virginia Gazette
Missing package advertised by John Wright for three weeks in a row.  
 
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1859 June 29 Elijah Vardeman Obit
1859 June 29 Elijah Vardeman Obit
The Natchez Weekly Democrat
Elijah Vardeman fell over dead suddenly and unexpectedly when getting up to help his son who was "correcting a negro." 
 
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1917 May WWI Draft Card
1917 May WWI Draft Card
James K. Vardaman Jr., single
born 28 Aug 1893 Greenwood, Mississippi
Student at USTC
Working for US Govt at T.C. Fort Logan H. Roots, Ark 
 
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1930 June <i>The Winston County Journal</i>
1930 June The Winston County Journal
Obituary of James K Vardaman Sr. 
 
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1940 & 1945 Dick and Dot Remy, Acrobatic brother/sister Vaudeville act
1940 & 1945 Dick and Dot Remy, Acrobatic brother/sister Vaudeville act
They appeared on the
Texaco Star Theatre episodes #1.21 (1948) and #2.28 (1950),
The Ed Wynn Show episode #1.38 (6 Jun 1950)
All Star Review episode #1.7 (15 Nov 1950), and
Turn it Up! episode #1.4 (15 Dec 1951). 
 
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1944 July Military Record
1944 July Military Record
LCDR James K Vardaman Jr.
Pay Entry Base 5 Oct 1925
Date of Precedence 14 Aug 1940 
 
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1947 Dec 14 John Fox Vardaman Obituary
1947 Dec 14 John Fox Vardaman Obituary
Mississippi 
 
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1947 Dick and Dot Remy brother/sister acrobatic vaudville act
1947 Dick and Dot Remy brother/sister acrobatic vaudville act
 
 
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1951 April Military Record
1951 April Military Record
COMO James K. Vardaman 
 
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1955 July Military Record
1955 July Military Record
Rear Admiral James K. Vardaman Jr.
Pay Entry 5 Oct 1925 
 
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1996 Frank Carter Service Letter
1996 Frank Carter Service Letter
written to great nephew Benjamin Vardiman 
 
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2007 Obituary for James Money Vardaman Jr.
2007 Obituary for James Money Vardaman Jr.
of Jackson, Mississippi 
 
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2018 Obituary Virginia Bradley Vardaman
2018 Obituary Virginia Bradley Vardaman
Jackson, Mississippi 
 
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6 September 1907 <i>Marshall Republican</i> Marshall, Missouri
6 September 1907 Marshall Republican Marshall, Missouri
Misses Lizzie and Minnie Vardeman, daughters of Rev. William Vardeman, paid for a subscription of the Marshall Republican to be sent to their sister, Mrs. D.H. Robbins in Roshdale, Indiana.  
 
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<i>Centinel of Freedom</i> Vol XLIII Issue 51 page 3
Centinel of Freedom Vol XLIII Issue 51 page 3
Marriage announcement of Henry Leo Durest Blanchet and Caroline Dupuy on 10 June 1840 in Madison, New Jersey 
 
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<i>Chariton Courier</i> 1889
Chariton Courier 1889
Rev. William Vardeman preaching for over half a century. 
 
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<i>Chariton Courier</i> 1895
Chariton Courier 1895
Marriage of Richard Vardeman to Mary Smith 
 
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<i>Kingfisher Reformer</i> Thursday, May 3, 1894
Kingfisher Reformer Thursday, May 3, 1894
"Land Office at Kingfisher OK April 24, 1894, Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before register and receiver at Kingfisher O.T. (Oklahoma Territory) on July 14, '94 Adam V. Fansler H.E. No. 1397 for the SE 1/4 S1-17-7 He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: David Williams, Lemuel Muns Henry Martin and W.T. Anderson all of Dover O.T. E.G. Spilman. Register"
 
 
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<i>Marshall Republican</i> 1904
Marshall Republican 1904
Article written by J.T. Vardeman regarding his 50-mile march in one day in 1862 during the Civil War 
 
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<i>Marshall Republican</i> 1904 September
Marshall Republican 1904 September
P.W. Harris and daughter, Mollie, shopping in Marshall, MO 
 
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<i>Marshall Republican</i> 1909 October
Marshall Republican 1909 October
12 year old, Martin Harris shot a bald eagle, wingspan 6 feet 
 
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<i>Marshall Republican</i> 1911
Marshall Republican 1911
Miles Vardeman moving to Chariton County, Missouri 
 
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<i>Marshall Republican</i> 2 December 1910, weekly paper on Fridays
Marshall Republican 2 December 1910, weekly paper on Fridays
"Accidentally Shot" - Tom Morton, age 16, accidentally shot by 14 year old friend while hunting on Thanksgiving day. 
 
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<i>Marshall Republican</i> 25 Nov 1910
Marshall Republican 25 Nov 1910
Bertha King went to Kansas City to attend business college. 
 
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<i>Marshall Republican</i> 26 Oct 1906
Marshall Republican 26 Oct 1906
Philip Watkins Harris died of heart disease suddenly and unexpectedly leaving wife and 10 children. 
 
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<i>Marshall Republican</i> Description of St. Louis World's Fair page 3 of 4
Marshall Republican Description of St. Louis World's Fair page 3 of 4
 
 
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<i>Marshall Republican</i> January 1913
Marshall Republican January 1913
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Vardeman from Salisbury visited his father and brother 
 
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<i>Marshall Republican</i> July 1908
Marshall Republican July 1908
J.T. Vardeman from Nelson, MO  
 
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<i>Marshall Republican</i> May 1910
Marshall Republican May 1910
J.T. Vardeman from Nelson, MO 
 
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<i>Moberly-Index and Democrat</i> Moberly, Missouri 7 Oct 1939
Moberly-Index and Democrat Moberly, Missouri 7 Oct 1939
Bernard Vardiman, Sophomore, Center on Football squad 
 
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<i>Moberly-Monitor Index</i> Moberly, Missouri 23 December 1939
Moberly-Monitor Index Moberly, Missouri 23 December 1939
Ernest Vardiman, age 72, lost three fingers in accident. 
 
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<i>Monitor Index and Democrat, Moberly, Missouri</i> 3 July 1930
Monitor Index and Democrat, Moberly, Missouri 3 July 1930
Ross Vardiman raising red hogs, Phillip Vardiman entering a popcorn and potato project in the State Fair. Ross and Phillip have 20 acres of corn. 
 
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<i>The Asheville Citizen</i> 20 May 1931
The Asheville Citizen 20 May 1931
George Stanley Vardiman indicted for shooting and killing his wife, Minnie Vardiman 
 
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<i>The Asheville Citizen</i> 4 Oct 1933
The Asheville Citizen 4 Oct 1933
George Stanley Vardiman pardoned by Governor of North Carolina. 
 
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<i>The Boone Family</i> compiled by Hazel Atterbury Spraker
The Boone Family compiled by Hazel Atterbury Spraker
"A Geneaological History of the Descendants of George and Mary Boone who came to America in 1717"
Daniel Wilcoxson (Wilcox) married a sister of Daniel Boone.

hyperlink to entire book: https://archive.org/details/boonefamilygenea00spra/page/n7
 
 
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<i>The Charlotte Observer</i> 27 April 1931
The Charlotte Observer 27 April 1931
George Stanley Vardiman arrested for shooting and killing his wife, Minnie Vardiman on 25 April 1931 
 
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<i>The Marshal Republican</i> Page 2 of 4 describing St. Louis World's Fair in 1904
The Marshal Republican Page 2 of 4 describing St. Louis World's Fair in 1904
Harris family lived in Marshall, Saline County, Missouri at the time of the St. Louis World's Fair. If any of them went it was about a two-hour train ride.
Philip Watkins Harris - age 62
Pearla Williams King Harris - age 39 (Philip's wife)
Stella Almeda Harris - age 21 (daughter from Philip's 1st wife)
Bertha King - age 20 (Pearla's youngest child from her 1st husband)
Mary Josephine "Mollie" Harris - age 19 (youngest child from Philip's 1st wife)
Thee Harris - age 9
Jack Harris - age 7

Emma Harris Morton Solomon - age 33 (Philip's oldest child)
James Solomon - age 27 (Emma's husband)
Tommy Morton - age 9 (Emma's son from 1st husband)
Myrtle Solomon - age 5 (Emma's daughter from 2nd husband)

Philip's sons from first wife:
Richard Harris - age 32
Philip H. Harris - age 30
Edward Harris - age 28
Giles Harris - age 27
William Holmes Harris - age 23

Lee Watkins Harris - age 24 (newlywed, he and Daisy married Sep 1903)
Daisy M. King Harris - age 22 (Lee's wife and Pearla Williams King Harris' daughter from her 1st marriage)  
 
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<i>The Marshall Republican</i> Description of St. Louis World's Fair in 1904 page 4 of 4
The Marshall Republican Description of St. Louis World's Fair in 1904 page 4 of 4
 
 
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<i>The Marshall Republican</i> Marshall, Saline County, Missouri 29 April 1904 page 1 of 4
The Marshall Republican Marshall, Saline County, Missouri 29 April 1904 page 1 of 4
"Snapshots of the World's Fair" - nice description of what it was like to visit the St. Louis World's Fair, which was about two hours train ride away from Marshall, Missouri. 
 
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<i>The Marshall Republican</i> published 1 January 1909
The Marshall Republican published 1 January 1909
Wedding License: Miles Vardeman and Mary Harris both from Marshall
actually married 24 Dec 1908 Marshall, Saline County, Missouri 
 

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