In 1880, the Globe-Democrat newspaper published a variety of articles on St. Louis residents, ranging across deaths, court proceedings, accidents, and events. The names occurring in these articles are indexed along with the news content.
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Virginia Guinther transcribed the data from the newspapers and contributed this information for publication in St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly. This data was published starting in the 1988 St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly, volume 21, and serialized over the next several years. Note that the newspapers from 7 July through 31 July are missing.
|[unk], Bertha||11/03/80||Margaret Richardson received a divorce from James, ""a bobtail driver and a hard case."" He had formed an alliance with one Bertha and took her to Chicago, deserting Margaret and their two children.|
|[unk], Henry||03/19/80||Conrad Heyman killed his wife and stabbed his infant child. Others mentioned: children Frank age 9y, Eddie age 8y. Willie, Henry; Uncle John, cousin Willie; Mrs. Mary Leuter, next-door neighbor.|
|[unk], John||03/19/80||Conrad Heyman killed his wife and stabbed his infant child. Others mentioned: children Frank age 9y, Eddie age 8y. Willie, Henry; Uncle John, cousin Willie; Mrs. Mary Leuter, next-door neighbor.|
|[unk], Willie||03/19/80||Conrad Heyman killed his wife and stabbed his infant child. Others mentioned: children Frank age 9y, Eddie age 8y. Willie, Henry; Uncle John, cousin Willie; Mrs. Mary Leuter, next-door neighbor.|
|Abercrombie, Arthur B.||10/03/80||Died: Arthur B. Abercrombie, age 34; Burial in the East.|
|Able, Ferdinand||02/20/80||Ferdinand Able, a German carpenter, fell from a second floor to the first.|
|Achuktz, [unk]||04/27/80||Christian Reichman petitioned for a divorce from his wife Henrietta; married 9 May 1874, but she had other husbands. She married Ferdinand Schultz 30 June 1861 and John Baker, alias Becker, on 20 July 1865; she left a husband in Germany. She admits that she married Martin Henry Rolf in Germany and came with him to this country in 1861; he died ""in service of this country"" in 1862; she admits marriage to Achuktz, who was arrested but fled; claims to have divorced Becker.|
|Ackerman, Mary Ann||04/17/80||Died: Mary Ann Ackerman, age 62y, at home of her daughter, Mrs. Emily Mathis, 2701 Lafayette.|
|Ackermann, J. P.||04/14/80||Died: J. P. Ackermann, of 1518 Rosatti.|
|Adair, W. P., Col||10/27/80||Died: Col. W. P. Adair, Assistant Chief Cherokee Nation, at Washington City. Funeral from the Planters' House.|
|Adams, Alizabeth||12/14/80||Burial Permit: Alizabeth Adams, 93, senile debility|
|Adams, Ambrose||05/19/80||Ambrose Adams and Thomas Perry were arrested in Cape Girardeau for selling liquor without a license.|
|Adams, Jane E., Miss||11/21/80||Died: Miss Jane E. Adams, 2642 Chestnut. Louisville please copy.|
|Adams, Judge||12/12/80||Judge Adams granted a divorce to Mary Rueff from Wm. J. and dismissed both bills in the Ukele case.|
|Ainsley, Alice, Mrs.||05/27/80||St. Charles: Mrs. Alice Ainsley, who has been scouring the country for her children, believed kidnapped by their father, overtook them at Martinsburg, Mo. (she was from Jaskson Mich)|
|Airain, Wm. H.||01/09/80||Mexican War veterans, annual meeting. Those present: G. W. Gilson, J. P. Shallcross, P. G. Ferguson, Wm. Charters, J. R. Parker, A. Gebhart, Horace Fox, Frank Merz, J. Spore, T. S. Wilkes, J. H. Scott, Jacob Auer, John Summers, Francis Holden, P. Stemmel, F. Husted, S. L. Wells, B. McSorley, Ed Rine, Geo. Pfister, J. Zauck, A. Marsh, W. W. Ivory, B. Laibold, Geo. Foin, John Meyer, John McBryan, G. W. Hayward, David Walker, F. Hilderbrand, John Cookley, Chris Koein, G. S. Crane, J. D. Harrison, R. B. Beck, M. H. Wash, E. W. Paul, B. Reiter, M. H. Wash, Chas. Kubul, D. C. Coleman, James Waddell, Theo. Ham, John Eisennuth, John S. Rhodes, Wm. H. Airain, A. W. Eberhardt, Herman Burson, John Saunders, W. H. Weightman, R. H. Pemberton, C. Baungartner, Peter Huffschmidt, Geo. Bensberg, Mr. Spore|
|Aken, Alfred S.||01/20/80||Divorce Cases on Judge Lindsay's default docket, set for trial: Elizabeth Aken vs Alfred S.|
|Aken, Elizabeth||01/20/80||Divorce Cases on Judge Lindsay's default docket, set for trial: Elizabeth Aken vs Alfred S.|
|Albrecht, Henry||01/20/80||George Grant shot Henry Albrecht of Lami St.|
|Alden, Carrie||09/02/80||Died: Carrie Alden, adopted daughter of Edward Chase of St. Louis, in Taunton, MA. 31 August.|
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