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1. Discarded Street Names in Kansas City Discarded Street Names in Kansas City Spring 1995 Article of street name origins, such as Peery ("Campbell Street south of Independence avenue. ..from the Rev. Thompson Peery, who was once a notable minister of this vicinity. .."), Ross ("Eighteenth,...

2. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community December 1923 Description, mention, and footnote about Reverend John Thompson Peery, or John Peery (commonly referred to as Thompson Peery), "the first pastor of the first Kansas City station [of the Methodist Church],...

3. Letter From John Thompson and Mary Jane Peery Letter From John Thompson and Mary Jane Peery January 5, 1871 Letter written from near Kansas City by John Thompson Peery and his wife Mary Jane Chick Johnson Peery. Includes a short reference to the growth of Kansas City, to the Scarritt family, and to Rev. Peery's...

4. Letter From John Thompson and Mary Jane Peery Letter From John Thompson and Mary Jane Peery January 5, 1871 Letter written from near Kansas City by John Thompson Peery and his wife Mary Jane Chick Johnson Peery. Includes a short reference to the growth of Kansas City, to the Scarritt family, and to Rev. Peery's...

5. Letter Written by Mary Jane Peery Letter Written by Mary Jane Peery October 11, 1865 Letter written at Mr. Scarritt's by Mary Jane Peery, wife of Methodist Episcopal Church, South minister John Thompson Peery. Probably sent to her sister-in-law, Elizabeth Peery, wife of Archibald Peery....

6. Letter Written by Mary Jane Peery Letter Written by Mary Jane Peery October 11, 1865 Letter written at Mr. Scarritt's by Mary Jane Peery, wife of Methodist Episcopal Church, South minister John Thompson Peery. Probably sent to her sister-in-law, Elizabeth Peery, wife of Archibald Peery....

7. Old Time Religion Old Time Religion December 1922 Description of early Kansas City ministers Reverend Thompson Peery and Reverend Robert Symington.

8. Peery Family Papers Finding Aid Peery Family Papers Finding Aid 1820-1913 The Peery family collection contains just over 600 letters including correspondence of John Thompson Peery, an early founder of Methodism in the Kansas City area, and his wife Mary Jane Chick Johnson Peery....

9. Reminiscences of the Methodist Shawnee Mission and Religious Work among That Tribe Reminiscences of the Methodist Shawnee Mission and Religious Work among That Tribe October 1924 Mention of J. C. Berryman (Jerome Berryman), Jesse Greene, E. T. Peery (Edward Peery), and J. T. Peery (John Thompson Peery) in a list of "missionaries" at the Methodist Shawnee Indian Mission, all acquaintances...