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1860 Meramac Township, Belews Creek PO, Jefferson Co, Missouri 20 July 1860, p655:
#827/817 W. H. Bittick 43 m farmer $3,000/1,000 Mo
Lucinda 37 f Mo
Hiram 14 m Mo - attended school
Oliver 10 m Mo - attended school
Thomas 8 m Mo - attended school
Willis A. 6 m Mo - attended school
Solomon L. 4 m Mo
John Henry 30 m laborer Ireland - can't read/write
John Duningham? 20 m farm hand Ireland

1870 Merrimac Township, Hillsboro PO, Jefferson Co, Missouri 27 July 1870, p283a & b:
#212/212 Bittick Willis 58 m w farmer $6,000/800 Mo - citizen
Lucinda 48 f w keeps house Mo
Thomas 19 m w works on farm Mo
Willis A. 17 m w works on farm Mo
p283b: Solomon 15 m w works on farm Mo
Frederick 9 m w at home Mo
Julius 24 m w works on farm $-/60 Mo - citizen
Susan 23 f w at home Mo
Lester 3 m w at home Mo
Agnes 1 f w at home Mo

1880 Monroe Township, Lincoln Co, Missouri 05 June 1880, ed92, p297b:
#6/6 Bitticks Simeon S. m w 49 md farmer Mo SC SC
Elizabeth C. w f 44 wife md keeps house Pa England England
Frank S. w m 27 son single labor Mo Pa England
Mary E. w f 18 dau single at home Mo Pa England
Hana J. w f 16 dau single at home Mo Pa England
Charles S. w m 13 son single Mo Pa England
Thomas W. w m 28 nephew single labor Mo Mo Mo
[Note: Thomas W. is the son of Willis Henry and Lucinda Jane Smith. If he's Simeon's nephew - then Willis and Simeon must be brothers.]

1900 - unable to locate

1910 War Eagle, Huntsville City, Madison Co, Arkansas 12 May 1910, ed80, p182a:
#224/230 Bittick Thomas W. head m w 50 single retail merchant, dry goods, works on own account, rents house Mo Mo Mo

1920 - unable to locate
[see Marriage Records]
page 208
State of Missouri, County of Lincoln,
This License, authorises any judge, justice of the peace, licensed or ordained preacher of the gospel, or other person authorized under the laws of this State, to solemnise marriage between Thomas W. Bittick of Chantilla, County of Lincoln, and State of Missouri who is over the age of twenty-one, and Hannah J. Bittick of Chantilla in the County of Lincoln and State of Missouri who is over the age of eighteen years.
Witness my hand as recorder, with the seal of office hereto fixed, at my office in Troy, the 26th day of Sept. 1883
Wm Colbert
State of Missouri }
County of Lincoln } SS
This is to certify, that the undersigned Minister of the Gospel did, at or near Chantilla in said County, on the Sept 30th A. D. 1883, unite in marriage the above named persons
Eld. B. Y. Hardesty
Filed for Record this 27th day of Febry 1884
Wm Colbert
Lincoln Co, Missouri Marriages 1879-1881, Vol 5, p208:

[Note: Hannah J. Bittick is his cousin. They must have divorced by 1900.]
Newspaper unknown - probably Pacifica, Missouri no date/page:
Thomas W. Bittick
Born in Jefferson County, Missouri in 1850, Thomas W. Bittick departed this life January 28, 1928. He was 77 years old and had been in failing health for some time. Uncle Tom had made his home in the Mt. Hope community for the past two years. Just before Christmas he left home and made a trip west, on his return he took ill and was later taken to the home of his niece, Mrs L. F. Lee, who is residing in the R. C. Murphy home in St. Clair.

All was done that physician, loved ones and friends could do, but the end had come. He was the last of a family of eight. Two of his brothers were Ministers. Before his death he requested that a minister visit him. Rev. Short and Rev. Ware paid him visits and Prayer was made to his comfort.

Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Ware from Mt. Zion Baptist Church where interment followed January 29. The deceased left no immediate family but was survived by nephews and nieces, among who is C. H. Ramey and Mrs. L. F. Lee.

Note: C. H. Ramey is Cornelius H. the son of William Ramey and Jane Anis Bittick.
Mrs. L .F. Lee is Lucinda Frances 'Fannie' [Williams] Lee, widow of James F/T. Lee.
[Received from Betty Harmon Nov 1990 who had received it from her Aunt Winnie Lee. A note along the edge of the obituary reads: This is our Mothers [Jane Annis] brother. I will tell you all about it when I see you.]

Buried: 29 January 1928, Mt. Zion Cemetery, Franklin Co, Missouri
[see Other Documents: Death Certificates]
Missouri State Archives Death Certificate Database
Name: Thos. W. Bittick
Place of Death: St. Clair, Franklin Co, Missouri
Residence: St. Clair, Mo
male white widowed
Name of wife: not listed
Date of Birth: donít know
Age: 77 years, donít know months & days
Occupation: Retired farmer & laborer
Birthplace: Jefferson Co, Mo
Father: Willis Bittick, born: donít know
Mother: Lucinda Smith, born: donít know
Informant: Lucindy Lee, St Clair, Mo
Date of Death: Jan 28, 1928
Physician attended: Jan 16, 1928 to Jan 28, 1928, last seen alive Jan 28, 1928
Cause of Death: Brancho-Pneumonia, contributory: influenza
Burial: Mt. Zion, Jan 30, 1928
Filed: Jan 28, 1928


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