Re: Martin Van Buren Scribner, 1841, ILL
You've probably already found this by now,
1870 Census - Morgan Co., MO pg. 183
65-65- SCRIBNER, Curtis70 b. MO
.......SCRIBNER, Martin V. 31 b. IL<<<
.......SCRIBNER, Catherine 21 b. MO
2 ch. Ann age 8 b. MO and Mary T. age 1 b. MO
1860 Census - Madison Co., AR - Hilburn Twp. pg.402
404-404-SCRIBNER, Curtis60 b. TN
........SCRIBNER, Lydia44 b. TN
hc: Martin 22 b. IL, Emiline 18 b. MO, John 15 b. MO, Jonathan 15 b. MO (twins?), Charity 12 b. IL.
1850 Census - Taney Co., MO
Mostly initials and those hard to read. But Curtis, Reddin and Zachariah Scribner all there. Said to be from Montgomery Co., IL previously.
Remember 1860-1870 Civil War era and many Ozark families either headed to Arkansas or northern Missouri to escape the violence and returned to their farms after the war.
Pamela G. Smith