Children of Richard A. Claughton & Susan Printz:
(1) Mary Jane Claughton b. 1826, m. Samuel G. Thornton
(2) Elizabeth Prudence Claughton b. 27 Nov. 1827 d. 13 April 1913 age 85, m. Lewis George Woods on 8 April 1845. This couple is located on the 1900 & 1910 St. Louis, Mo Ward 13 Census. He was b. 23 Mar1824, d.6 Jan1863 at 38.
Children of Elizabeth Claughton & Lewis Woods:
-Robert Lewis b. 1846 d. 8 Jan 1863 in Ark.
-Cordelia Ann b. 6 Mar 1848 d. 3 Sep 1925 in Boles, Mo.
-Rocksylena b. 23 Nov 1850 d. 15 Feb. 1927 in Hamlin, W. Va.
-Nancy Moselle b. 3 Nov 1853 d. 3 Dec 1924 in Bozaman, Montana
-Stephen Kelly b. 1 Aug 1856 d. 12 Oct 1946 age 90
-John William b. 8 Nov 1858 d. 20 Nov 1858
-Lewis George b. 20 Feb 1861 d. ______?
The above Stephen Kelly Woods m. Elizabeth Huneke on 22 Nov 1888 in Pacific, Mo. She b. 1868 d. 1926. On Census listings 1900 through 1920 they lived St. Louis, Mo. they had 7 children;
--Louis Gainer Woods 1889--1952
--L. James Woods 1890- ___?
--Irma Moselle Woods 1891-1962
--Roxie Lena Woods 1893-1984 (?writer of note top of this page.)
--May Elizabeth Woods 1895-1980
--Ora Jewell Woods 1897-1972
--Kelly F. Woods 1905-1967
(3) Hester Ann Claughton b. 9 Oct. 1829 Nothing further.
(4) John Forshie Claughton b. 15 March 1831 Nothing further.
(5) Joseph Alex Bruce Claughton (this is the Bruce mentioned in Edwin’s Research Papers) b. 18 Jan. 1834 d. 7 Sept. 1896
(6) Harriett Prudence Claughton b. 13 Apr 1836 d. 11 Nov. 1898 Sedalia, Pettis Co., Mo.
m. on 22 Sep 1852 to James M. Johnson b. about 1838. Married in Seldalia, Mo.
(Info from GenForum: Kathyrn Scott dated April 6, 2006)
Children: Ernest W. b. 1874 & Ethel E. b. 1876.
Harriett loved with her son, Claude, at the time of her death on the third floor of the Dr. Wood building located on the southwest corner of Second and Ohio streets, Sedalia, Mo. Harriett's funeral service book took place at the First M. E. Church, South. The following was written about the Methodist Episcopal (M.E.) Church South in the 1879-1890 City Directory: "The church was located on Third Street, between Lamine Street and Washington Avenue, Rev. E.G. Frazier, Pastor. Seats Free." Harriett's gravesite is in Crown Hill Cemetery (Block 17, Lot 26) in Sedalia, Pettis Co., Mo. It is owned by Elizabeth Stahl, who was her son's (Adolphus P.) mother-in-law. The sexton's records indicate that Elizabeth Stahl purchased a lot (contains 6 graves), however, only Harriett and an infant child of Adolphus are buried there. It is unknown if the other graves are occupied.
(7) William Francis Claughton b. 10 Apr 1839 d. 1920 age 81 Married in 1873 at age of 34 to Rosa Gray.
Children: Frances P. b. 1875, Oda P. b. 1878 & Dina Kate b. 1882
William Francis Claughton is living in Kanawha, West Va. in 1880
and Upper Falls, Kanawha, West Va. in 1900.
On the 1880 Census is listed:
William F. 38
Rosa A. Frances 37 P. 5
Oda P. 1
Alexander B. Claughton 41
Luaine Bragg 15
(8) Richard Alex Claughton b. 2 may 1840, Virginia d. a Confederate Soldier, St. James, Mo.
In 1900 at age 60 lived in Bigelow, Holt, Mo. Listed as living alone, Single. Nothing Further.
(Info also from GenForum, K. Scott)
Richard served as a private in the Civil War in Company E, 6th Missouri Cavalry. (Box 0003809, EXCT #0003, Record #00002637) per Ancestry.com's Civil War Muster Rolls database retrieved on Feb 4, 2000. I (K. Scott) sent for his military service records on June 21, 2002. The only information available was 3 muster roll cards for a three year service, enlisted Newton Co., Mo. on September 13, 1862. There is also a card reflecting that a R. Clawlon/Clawton was on a list for Col. Thompson’s Regiment Cavalry of non-effective men, dismounted and unarmed, that were taken to Searcy, Arkansas on July 26, 1863.
Following below is a list of Missouri Soldiers serving in the Civil War:
Claughton, A.B. 6th Regiment, Missouri Cavalry E
Claughton, A.B. 10th Regiment, Missouri Infantry E
Claughton, R.A. 10th Regiment, Missouri Infantry E