|Saint Louis City||Cameron, Alexander||17830||1890||C 38391|
|Saint Louis||Cameron, Chas||10231||1872||C 34010|
|Saint Louis City||Cameron, James||21176||1895||C 39625|
|Saint Louis||Cameron, John A||00213||1816||C 27454|
|Saint Louis City||Cameron, John G.||13872||1881||C 36257|
|Saint Louis||Cameron, Murdock||00114||1813||C 27453|
There are some xcerpts from the estate of Charles Cameron below:
|Probate Court||Saint Louis||Cameron, Chas||10231||1872||C 34010|
The documents are in a collection in groups of 5. Collection #13 named the heirs To Charles Cameron's estate.
A document dated 1 July 1876:
1. Elizabeth Cameron, mother of deceased
2. Margaret Taylor, sister of deceased
Richard Taylor, her husband
3. Elizabeth Malloch, sister of deceased
Peter Malloch, her husband
4. Christina Drummond, sister of deceased
James Drummond, her husband
A document dated 15 June 1876:
...Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Perth....appeared Charles Graham Sidery?, Esq., an ex Lord Provost of the City of Perth...personally acquainted with the family of the late Charles Cameron, road contractor in Perth, Mrs. Elizabeth MacPherson or Cameron, described as a party granter of the Deed of Power of Attorney is his widow. ...deceased Charles Cameron formerly of Perth and afterwards of Saint Louis, Missouri in the United States of American was their son. .......
There was an affidavit from William Cameron, builder in Perth, who stated that the late Charles Cameron, road contractor, was his uncle and that his uncle's son Charles Cameron, went to Saint Louis.
Another document indicated that Mrs. Elizabeth...[truncated document] of Perth, Perthshire, Scotland, of 48 Athole Street, as well as her daughters, were in favor of Alfred C. Bagshawe [power of attorney?].