Darn I was hoping someone had a copy of that book. I was going to order one, might still do it for future research. That's actually depressing oraclbear. Or should I rephrase and say it is unusual, strange, and depressing. I have been using findagrave, searching birth and death records, county cemetery transcriptions, county by county. No Norreds! But they were there in the early to mid 1800's. Leake is one of the poorest documented counties on the USGenWeb-MSGenWeb project. Something does stand out though. While searching through some of my relations in the Burnet area I got this popup as it was loading the location map asking about Saint Ann and which one I was looking for. Took me to Ireland ect. Didn't pay it no mind a glinch or something right? Well last night I was looking over the Leake county map ... and just to the WNW at the intersection of Red Dog Rd and ST Ann Rd there used to be a community of St Ann and a cemetery. But if you have the Leake CO Tombstone book and no Norreds .. but who knows. The Norreds moved back and forth Between Carthage and Canton .. might have been there migration path. I know my group came that way.