3. Historical timeline signage at Fee-Fee Baptist Church (org. 1807), see below.
6. "A Tardy Pardon and Other Buried Treasures" By Kyle Schrader.
7. "A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri, with numerous sketches, anecdotes, adventures, etc., relating to Early Days in Missouri" by William S. Bryan and Robert Rose, Published by Bryan, Brand & Co., St. Louis Missouri, 1876. 8. "Rev. Thomas Musick" Missouri Baptist Biography: A Series of Life-Sketches Indicating the Growth and Prosperity of the Baptist Churches as Represented in the Lives and Labors of Eminent Men and Women in Missouri. By J. C. Maple & R. P. Rider. Western Baptist Pub, Co., Kansas City, MO, 1914. Vol. 1, pp. 20-24. Free e-book retrieved from Google Books website. 9. "Fee-Fee Baptist Church." History of St. Louis County, Missouri. By William Lyman Thomas. S. J. Clarke Pub Co, St. Louis, Mo; 1911.p. 72-73. Free e-book retrieved from Google Books website, https://books.google.com/
3. American Revolutionary War Veteran Marker, Fee Fee Cemetery, 11210 Old Saint Charles Road Bridgeton, Mo.