The Isaac LEMASTERS family was found in the 1900 and 1910 census of Madison Twp., Jasper Co., MO. Isaac was the son of Isaac and Elizabeth (COLEMAN) LEMASTERS, and was my 1st cousin 4 times removed.
Issac was a farmer who owned his home free of mortgage in the 1900 census. He was born April 1837 in Ohio and had been married to wife Sarah for 39 years. Sarah was born June 1840 in Ohio and was the mother of 10 children, all of whom were still living in 1900. Two of their sons, Clinton and Clifford, were living at home in the 1900 census. There was also a boarder in the household, a Pearl McLANE, aged 10 years old, born in Iowa. No relationship that I'm aware of to this family.
In the 1910 census, Isaac and Sarah were living with son Clifford, his wife Reable, and their granddaughter, Geneva. Geneva was just 3 months old at the time of the census. Reable was aged 23 born in Missouri, and she and Clifford had been married for 4 years. Clifford's occupation was listed as farmer.
Isaac died shortly after the 1910 census in Madison Twp., Jasper Co., MO.
Isaac LEMASTERS b. April 7, 1837 Union Twp., Auglaize Co., OH, d. August 26, 1910 Madison Twp., Jasper Co., MO., m. January 4, 1860 Unionpolis, Auglaize Co., OH to Sarah Ann HESTON, daughter of Amos and Lettita (HAGERMAN) HESTON. Sarah b. June 24, 1840 St. John's, Allen Co., OH, d. March 10, 1921 Madison Twp., Jasper Co., MO.