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81. Jackson County Bench Loses a Veteran Jackson County Bench Loses a Veteran April 20, 2007 Jon R. Gray is Jackson County's only African American circuit judge and has served for more than 20 years. Gray, age 55, says "he wants to be more active in community and national issues." The article...

82. Jackson County Townships Jackson County Townships 1881 Description of the division of Jackson County into three townships--Fort Osage, Kaw, and Blue--by the newly appointed presiding judges of the county.

83. Jackson County's First Courthouse, Built in 1827 Jackson County's First Courthouse, Built in 1827 October/3/1921 Mention of Richard Fristoe and Abraham McClelland as the first judges in the first Jackson County Courthouse in 1827, along with Henry Burris, in Independence.

84. Jackson County's First Courthouse, Built in 1827 Jackson County's First Courthouse, Built in 1827 October/3/1921 Mention of Henry Burris as one of the "first judges to preside within" the walls of Jackson County's first courthouse, built in 1827 in Independence, with illustrations.

85. Jackson County's First Judges Jackson County's First Judges April 10, 1905 Description of the appointment of the first three Jackson County judges in 1827. "On the 22nd day of January, 1827, the legislature appointed Abraham McClelland, Richard Fristoe and Henry Burris as presiding...

86. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 Photos of the Jackson County judges in 1926 (Elihu Hayes, Henry Rummel, and Dan Stewart) as well as the old Kansas City courthouse from the 1800s.

87. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 Photo of Judge Elihu Hayes, presiding judge of the Jackson County Court, along with fellow judges Henry Rummel (eastern district) and Dan Stewart (western district).

88. James Adams and Lynchburg Adams James Adams and Lynchburg Adams 1896 Biographies of Kansas City judge and Missouri state congressman James Adams, and his father, Lynchburg Adams (1808-1873), one of the first settlers of Jackson County, arriving in 1819 "near Sibley in Fort...

89. James Clark James Clark 1882 Biographical sketch of Judge James Clark, a Missouri state representative starting in 1838 and judge of Linn County, Missouri, born in 1805 in Kentucky.

90. James Smart James Smart Photo and bio of James Smart (18?-1859), a farmer arriving in Jackson County 1834 (with his brother Thomas Smart) and becoming Jackson County judge in 1846. Christian Church founder in Independence and...

91. John C. Pollack John C. Pollack circa 1930 U.S. District Judge John C. Pollack wearing a tuxedo and seated next to an unidentified man.

92. John Fitzsimmons John Fitzsimmons 1935 Photo and bio of Judge John Fitzsimmons (1869-1935), "elected one of the judges of the Supreme Court of Missouri" in 1934 and native and lawyer of Saint Louis.

93. John Fitzsimmons John Fitzsimmons 1935 One paragraph of biography about Judge John Fitzsimmons (1869-1934), a Missouri State Supreme Court judge and native of Saint Louis, starting out as a newspaper editor and then lawyer.

94. Journalism in Kansas City Journalism in Kansas City February//1899 Photos of James Slover and John Phillips, local judges.

95. Judge Ayers Blocher Judge Ayers Blocher Head and shoulders portrait.

96. Judge Ayers Blocher Judge Ayers Blocher Head and shoulders portrait.

97. Judge Don W. Kennedy Judge Don W. Kennedy October 19, 2008 Obituary for Don W. Kennedy who died October 10, 2008, in Marion, Kentucky, at the age of 82. He was appointed to the Missouri Court of Appeals in Kansas City in 1978 and served until his retirement in...

98. Judge E. S. Gantt Dies Judge E. S. Gantt Dies March/5/1947 Obituary article about Judge Ernest Gantt, a Missouri State Supreme Court judge for 20 years, dying at the age of 80 and born in Centralia, Missouri, about 1867, becoming city attorney of Mexico, Missouri...

99. Judge Elmo Hunter Dies at the Age of 88 Judge Elmo Hunter Dies at the Age of 88 December 29, 2003 Article reviewing the life of Senior U.S. District Judge Elmo B. Hunter who died December 27, 2003.

100. Judge Elmo M. Hargrave Photograph Collection Finding Aid Judge Elmo M. Hargrave Photograph Collection Finding Aid circa 1920-1945 The Hargrave collection of 173 black and white 8 x10 in. photographs depict scenes primarily in and around downtown Kansas City, Missouri. They were originally created to document accident sites for later...