John Quincey Mace b. 1811 VA d. ?
Malinda Lane b. 10/1/1814 Otter Creek, Wayne, KY d. ?
(d/o Mordecai Lane and Celia Atkinson)
Married 1/31/1832 Gallatin, Illinois
1) Cecelia Matilda Mace
b. 12/7/1832 Gallatin Co, IL
d. 12/15/1915 Lebanon, Laclede, MO
Married #1 John Burton 10/27/1850 Miller, MO
Married #2 Daniel Reardon 2/19/1855 Keokuk, Lee, IA
"Death of Mrs. Cecelia Reardon"-One of Laclede County's oldest citizens passed away Wednesday evening of last week when Mrs. Cecelia Reardon died of infirmities due to old age, she having passed her eighty-third birthday two weeks ago. Funeral services were held Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock at the Catholic Church conducted by the pastor, Rev. J.F. Wood Burial was in the Catholic Cemetery. Cecelia Mace was born in Illinois December 7, 1832. She went with her parents to Iowa to live and in February 19, 1855, in Keokuk, Iowa, she was united in marriage to Daniel Reardon. They moved to missouri in 1863, locating in Camden County. They came to Lebanon in 1894 and she has lived her ever since. Mr. Reardon died in 1905. Mrs. Reardon is survived by a daughter Mrs. G.W. Hurt, of near Lebanon, and a son John Reardon, of Parkville. A daughter, Mrs. Malinda Mace died a few years ago.Three brothers, William Mace of Iberia; A.J. Mace of Brumley, and T.M. Mace of Linn Creek and an aunt, Mrs. Priscilla Miller, of Lakeview, Oregon also survive her. That Mrs. Reardon came from a famly of long lived people is noted in the fact that Mrs. Miller is more than ninety years of age. The son had been here for a visit with his mother and had returned to his home in Parkville Sunday, leaving her mother apparently in her usual health, but the end of a long life came the following Wednesday.
2) Female Mace b. 1835 Dent, MO d. ?
3) William C. Mace
b. 5/12/1838 Dent, MO
d.1/26/1926 Miller, MO
Married #1 Mary E. Anderson ~1859
Married #2 Rebecca ~1865
Married #3 Amelia Elizabeth Brown ~1874
Married #4 Martha Jane McCommons 3/17/1910 Miller, Mo
3) Margaret Mace b. 1840 Miller, MO d. ?
4)Nancy Caroline Mace
b. 12/20/1842 Miller, MO
d. 9/2/1904 Miller, MO
Married #1 George Thomas ~1860
Married #2 Cornelius W. Thomas 3/18/1866 Miller, MO
5) George W. Mace
b. 1846 Miller, MO
d. 1/1/1862 Rolla, Phelps, MO
"Belinda Mace" Application for Mother's pension (Civil War) filed May 18, 1888 from Iberia, Miller, Missouri. Attorney: J.B. Cralle. Son-George W. Mace K 6 Mo Calvary. Died at Rolla, MO Feb 1862 of Measles. No-372198
6) John Jackson Mace
b. 2/21/1847 Miller, MO
d. 12/26/1931 Miller, MO
Married #1 Mahala McKay
Married #2 Margaret Webb 3/19/1910 Miller, MO
Married #3 Marguerite Brittain 10/4/1924 Miller, MO
7) Thomas Mordica Mace
b. 3/2/1855 Miller, MO
d. 11/25/1929 Camden, MO
Married Idella Malone Lankford 5/17/1874 Camden, MO
Linn Creek Reveille November 29, 1929 Page 7 -‘Squire Mace Dead-T.M. Mace, aged 74, died at his home on south Main Street, Monday morning. He had beenmore or less an invalid for many years, but supported himself and his family by shoe mending and for several years in the office of justice, although unable to walk or stand. Of late years, he was able to get around with the aid of a cane until a few days before his death. He was a native of Camden County and had resided in Linn Creek some twenty years. He is survived by his wife, three sons and three daughters. Funeral the Zion Church and Cemetery, Tuesday forenoon.‘Squire Mace had been a member of the Baptist Church forty five years, and was a minister of that denomination for several years.The children who survive are Cornelius, of Evening Shade, MO; Mrs. Belle Rhone, of Akron, O; Ellen Webb, of Wellington, Mo; Wiley, of Mountain Grove, MO; Mary and Roy, of Linn Creek.