*Jonathan Stanfield b. Dec. 25, 1814 d. April 18, 1903. Wife was *Margaret
Metzker b. Aug. 14, 1812 d. Oct. 12, 1902. (both buried at the Odessa
John Stanfield b. Aug 8, 1840 d. 1863, Memphis, Tenn. (Company G,
One-Hundredth Indiana Regiment)
*Abram M. Stanfield b. Oct. 19, 1842 d. 1927
First wife, *Harrietta Wakeman b. Aug. 29, 1845 d. March 8, 1891 One
child Wade S.
Second wife: *Enna Morrison, (twin sister *Edda, other siblings were
Cimantha, Mary, Ara, Laura, *Eugene, Sarah, and Ida - daughters of *D. C.
Morrison) (All three buried at the Odessa Cemetery) #(A.M. had 180 acres of
land southeast of Odessa next to Morrison land)
*Samuel A. Stanfield b. Nov 3, 1844 d. 1932 (Abram's Brother). married *Lou
Summers b. 1842 d. 1935 #(100 and another 40 acres of land south of
Mary E. (Stanfield) Wakeman Fevurly, Single (Seal from Dodge City Kansas
and signed January, 1905) b. May 17, 1845.
James H. Stanfield b. September 14, 1849 Warren County, IN. d. July 10,
1925, Odessa, MO, buried in the Mt Tabor Cemetery, SE of Odessa. Married
Mary D. Lynn. They had seven children, two died in infancy. Those surviving
include; Luther, Clara, Harvey, Bertha, and Arby.
Hester E. Stanfield Proctor (Sister) b. November 15, 1851 married Caleb T
#(330 acres of land south of Odessa)
Names copied from Warranty Deed, personal papers of Abram M. Stanfield,
Book 139 // 574, Lafayette County, Missouri. Purpose of deed appears to be
siblings of Jonathan conveying inheritance, upon the death of Jonathan, to
Abram Stanfield. All resided in Lafayette County except Mary E Wakeman,
who signed papers before a Registrar, Dodge City, Kansas in the county of
Ford. Warranty Deed dated March 16, 1904. Also, see Abram's obituary and
Portrait and Biographical Record, a local history book, p. 485-486. All children
were born in Warren County, Indiana (RootsWeb.com ID#124893) Obituaries
read they moved to the area in 1866.
*Buried in the Odessa Cemetery
# 1914 Atlas of Lafayette County
Also buried in the Odessa Cemetery are Mary Alice, Richard E., Lucy Lee, and
Artie J. Stanfield #(80 acres of land south of Odessa)