Person:Lucyrine Duree (1)

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Lucyrine Duree
m. Abt 1828
  1. Albert DureeAbt 1829 -
  2. Philip DureeAbt 1830 -
  3. Lucyrine Duree1832 - 1911
  4. Mary DureeAbt 1833 -
  5. Nancy Duree1836 -
  6. Samuel DureeAbt 1838 -
  7. Henry DureeAbt 1840 -
  8. John Arthur Duree1840 -
m. 1 May 1851
  1. Alfred FieldsAbt 1848 -
  2. Elizabeth Jane Fields1852 -
  3. Rachel FieldsAbt 1854 -
  4. Mary FieldsAbt 1857 -
  5. Nancy FieldsAbt 1858 -
  6. Amanda FieldsAbt 1859 -
  7. Andrew FieldsAbt 1861 -
  8. Martha A. FieldsAbt 1864 -
  9. Eliza C. FieldsAbt 1866 -
  10. John D. FieldsAbt 1868 -
  11. Lucy Elizabeth Fields1870 - 1951
  12. Emma A. FieldsAbt 1872 -
  13. George Fields1875 -
Facts and Events
Name[6][7] Lucyrine Duree
Alt Name[2][5] Lucy Duree
Gender Female
Birth[6][7] 4 Mar 1832 Indiana, United States
Marriage 1 May 1851 Indiana, United Statesto George Washington Fields
Census[1] 1860 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesYork Township
Census[3] 1870 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesYork Township
Census[4] 1880 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesYork Township
Obituary[8]
Death[9] 8 Jan 1911 Newtown, Sullivan, Missouri, United States
Burial[8][9] Lucerne, Putnam, Missouri, United StatesLucerne Cemetery
References
  1. Missouri,Putnam County; FHL #0803641, in United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 1533, Family 1290, Primary quality.

    Fields, G. W., 44 male, farmer, RE $1000, PE $200, born NC, unable to read or write
    , Lucy, 28, female, born IN
    , Alfred, 12, male, born IN, attends school
    , Elizabeth, 8, female, born IN, attends school
    , Rachel, 6, female, born IN, attends school
    , Mary, 3, female, born MO
    , Nancy, 2, female, born MO
    , Amanda, 1, female, born MO

  2. Alice Faye Scott, n.d., in Scott Family Letters, Secondary quality.

    Elizabeth Jane Fields was the daughter of George Washington Fields and Lucy Duree Fields.

  3. Missouri, Putnam, York, in United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 6, Fam 6, Primary quality.

    Fields, Geo. W., 52, farmer, RE = $1000, PE = $300, b. NC, unable to read or write
    , Lucy, 38, b. IN
    , Elizabeth, 18, b. IN
    , Rachel, 16, b. IN
    , Mary, 13, b. MO
    , Amanda, 11, b. MO
    , Andrew, 9, b. MO
    , Martha, 6, b. MO
    , Eliza C., 4, b. MO

  4. Missouri, Putnam, York, in United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 86, Fam 89, Primary quality.

    Fields, George W., 63, married, farmer, b. NC, both parents b. NC
    , Lucy, 48, wife, b. IN, both parents b. IN
    , Andrew J., 18, farmer, b. MO
    , Martha A., 16, dau, b. MO
    , Eliza G., 14, dau, b. MO
    , John D., 12, son, b. MO
    , Lucy E., 10, dau, b. MO
    , Emma A., 8, dau, b. MO
    , George S., 5, son, b. MO

  5. History of Adair, Sullivan, Putnam and Schuyler counties, Missouri: from the earliest time to the present. (Chicago [Illinois]: Goodspeed Pub., 1888), Secondary quality.

    On 1 Jan. 1880 James T. married Miss Elizabeth Jane, daughter of George W. and Lucy (Duree) Fields

  6. 6.0 6.1 Missouri, Putnam, York Township; FHL #1240884, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), HH 112, Family 112, Primary quality.

    Fields, George [O?], white male, April 1875, age 25, married 1 year, born Missouri, father born North Carolina, mother born Indiana, farmer, owns farm free of mortgage, able to read, write, speak English
    , Mary C., wife, December 1880, age 19, 1 child (living), born Missouri, father born Pennsylvania, mother born Indiana, able to read, write, speak English
    , George D., son, Nov. 1899, age 6/12, born Missouri
    , George W., father, July 1818, age 81, married 49 years, born North Carolina, father born North Carolina, mother born North Carolina, cannot read or write, speaks English
    , Lucryne, mother, March 1832, age 68, 12 children (10 living), born Indiana, both parents born Kentucky, able to read, write, speak English

  7. 7.0 7.1 ms Octa R. Scott Whiteley, 23 Jan 1978.

    Children of Samuel B. Duree and Elizabeth (Harmon?):
    Lucyrine, born 4 Mar 1832, married George Washington Fields

  8. 8.0 8.1 ms Octa R. Scott Whiteley, 23 Jan 1978.

    Newspaper clipping, n.d., no place
    Lucy R. Fields
    Obituary
    Lucy R. Duree was born March 4, 1832 in the state of Indiana. She was married to G. W. Fields, May 1, 1851 and moved to Missouri in 1856.
    To this union were born twelve children, ten of whom survive her, namely: Jane Scott of Liberty, Mo., Amanda Stoneking, Alice Smith, and Eliza Duncan of Lucerne, Emina Howard and Mary Simmons of Oklahoma, Lucy Scott of Powersville, J. D. Fields of Jamesport, Mo., George S. Fields of Idaho, and A. J. Fields of Newtown with whom she, with her husband had lived since May 4, 1904. Her husband having died Oct. 27, 1908. She united with the Christian church when a girl and with her husband put her membership in the Christian church at Lucerne in 1908.
    A short Service was held at the A. J. Fields home, after which the remains were conveyed to Lucerne, where the funeral was conducted by Rev. J. A. Newland. The remains were laid to rest in the Lucerne cemetery. The relatives have the sympathy of all their friends in their bereavement.

  9. 9.0 9.1 Find A Grave, Memorial# 83100961, Secondary quality.

    Lucy R. Duree Fields
    Birth: Mar. 4, 1832, Indiana, USA
    Death: Jan. 8, 1911, Newtown, Sullivan County, Missouri, USA
    Burial: Lucerne Cemetery, Lucerne, Putnam County, Missouri, USA
    Mo Death Certificate #4844

    Aged 78Y.10M.4D.

    Spouse: George Washington Fields (1818 - 1908)*
    Children: Amanda Fields Watson (1859 - 1957), Eliza C. Fields Dunkin (1866 - 1927)