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Joseph H. and Susan Limbaugh

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Daniel R. Limbaugh
Daniel's gravestone was struck by lightning
this year, and recently repaired.

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Catherine and George F. Limbaugh (first-born of Henry Limbaugh)

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Delilah Shell Limbaugh

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John P. Limbaugh


Historic Niswonger Church and Cemetery

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The Niswonger family came to this area from Lincoln Co., N.C.,  in a caravan of 20 families.  They crossed the river on ice near Ste. Genevieve Jan. 1, 1800, then came south to the Whitewater Creeks along which they settled.  The family consisted of three generations:  George Christopher, the immigrant from Switzerland, died in 1802 age 110 yrs.  His son, Joseph, married Catharina Seabaugh. They had 3 children; Jos. Jr. who was 12 yrs. old, Catherine, who married Jos. Baker, Elizabeth,who married Martin Thomas. Jos. Jr. married  Katy Limbaugh.  They had the first generation of Niswonger's born in MO, as follows; Peter, David, Polly, Manuel, Jos., Betsy, Aught.   David founded the Niswonger Church in 1847 and was the first to be buried here.  He married Mary A. Stearns, they had 10 children; John, Jos., Cordelia, Srelda, Rachel, Manuel, Busey, David B. Sarah Ann, Mary.  Prior to 1891 family members were buried in the old cemetery 1 mile east near the original homesite.

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