An additional ASHABRANNER reference...History of Ripley County, p. 15:
"By 1800, there were growing towns in Southeast Missouri at Ste. Genevieve, Cape Girardeau and New Madrid. . .The first permanent settlement away from that area in Missouri (referring to the old French mining district west of Ste. Genevieve) was in 1802 at present day Patterson in Wayne County. . .An Irwin ASHERBRAMER settled where Zalma is now located in Bollinger County about that same time and erected a water mill there."
Irwin must be Orban, or Urban ASHABRANNER II?
The ASHABRANNER's are not listed as one of the families that came with the 1800 BOLLINGER Wagon Train.
Did they also come with a good sized group?
Maggie Robinson William & Elizabeth Robinson Family Assn. Houston, Texas