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Yuma County Pioneer Photographs:

Ottie C. Foot, Charles W. Foot, Willie C. Foot, Brownsville

Charles William Foote, born 1850, died Nov 4, 1931 in Mercer County, Missouri, buried Miller Cemetery, Harrison County. 16387748 married Serilda Broughton - also buried in Miller Cemetery 1853-1926

Emma Katheryn Foote Stoner 1886-1956 buried in Missouri

William Cleveland Foote 1888-1981 buried in Saline County, Missouri  70415871

In 1910 Saline County, Missouri Otis Foote, 19, is an "orphan" with the Aaron Frakes family, including Bessie 10.

Otis Calvin "Ottie" Foote - Nov 1, 1890 - March 12, 1926 is buried in Miller Cemetery - wife Bessie FRAKES Foote Nov 1899 - Feb 8, 1954 died in Callaway County County.

1915 "Minor Jones was hauling hay from Otto Foot's last week."

1915 "Otto Foot is working at the McDaniel hotel in Yuma at present."

Ottic proved up two quarters in 27 and 28, 2S 47W in 1916, witnesses James E. Hilton, Jobe C. Lydiatt, Charles H. Edwards, and Charles W. Foot

March 1917 "Otto Foot has come home, bringing with him a bride.  At this writing we have not heard farther particulars."

Ottie Calvin Foot registered in Yuma County, saying he was born Nov 1, 1889 and Rainesville, Missouri, and was supporting his wife, father and mother.

In 1920 Ottie and Bessie are farming in Harrison County, Missouri.

In 1912 the Yuma County commissioners paid Wray Mercantile for supplies, including some for John W. Foot and Wm. Foot.

May 7, 1914     

Charles two quarters in 27, 2S 47W, also in 1916, witnesses   James E. Helton, Robert A. McDaniel, Jobe C. Lydiatt, and Charles H. Edwards.

1912 Copper Kettle (south of Wray)  "John Pigg drove down to the Copper Kettle Sunday."

Willie Foot married Myrtle Pigg March 29, 1915 in Wray.

Willie C. Foot proved up a quarter in 17, 2S 46W, also in 1916.

Willie Cleveland Foot registered in Yellow Jacket, Colorado -way over in Montezuma County, farming, saying he was born October 11, 1888 in Buchanan, Missouri, had a wife and one child.  Myrtle's parents John and Julia were there later, and are buried in Sylvan Cemetery, Montezuma County.

1918 John L. Pigg had unclaimed letters at the Akron post office.

1918 Cortez "Mrs. Wm. Pigg is staying with Mrs. John McMillan and acting as nurse for their little son Craford Maurice."  - maybe a brother was over in Cortez...

1917 Wm. Pigg wrote from Camp Kearny California "I enlisted in the army the 5th of November and I have never regretted the step."

In 1920 Montezuma County, William C. is 31, Myrtle M. 21 Oklahoma, John W. 4, Ottie H. 2, Charles D. eleven months.

In 1930 Saline County, Missouri, Willie C. and Myrtle have John W. 14, Ottie 12, Charles 11, Frank 9, Minnie 7, Ruth 6, Joe 4, all these kids born in Colorado Henry 2, and Billie six months. both in Missouri

William "Willie" Cleveland Foote, born Oct 11, 1888, died January 31, 1981 in Saline County Missouri, buried there 70415871

FindAGrave says his wife Bessie FOOT  1897-1917 is buried in Mildred Cemetery, Yuma County with an infant - John Foote- born and died May 1, 1914.

Minnie Adelle FOOTE Helton, born May 3, 1878 in Harrison County, Missouri, died Oct 2, 1968 in Denver and is buried in Canon City 81015217


There was a Foote who died about 1890 and is buried at St. Francis, Kansas, whose wife died in February 1910 at the house of John Cassens near Wray.  Her daughter Mrs. Carl Corbett lived at Haigler in 1910.

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