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I am looking for any information on  Peter LINGWALL and his family. He was born in  1849 in Sweden. Settled in Illinois, then Eastern Nebraska and finally came to Western Nebraska.  Married Anna PRINCE  in Columbus, NE on August 1880.  Had six children with three surviving, Anna, John A., and Peter Olof. who married Julia CAVELLI.   The older Peter died April 15, 1925. The 
obituary states that he was burried in Greenlawn cemetary.  Could that be a typo?  The services were held at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Any help or leads you might provide would be appreciated. - Jennifer Fulkerson 

 
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LARSON-- I am looking for information on Clifford LARSON and his family.  They lived in Sidney.  Clifford was born June 03, 1909 and died in October 1972.  He had a son Gerald and a daughter Virginia.  Thank you, Irma Zetterlund.  submitted 7/14/99 5:04:32 PM PDT
 
 

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McEVOY--McEvoy, Thomas E. (DOB 3-20-35) was a Tavern owner in Sidney Nebr., and was married to Annie O'Brien (DOB 11-01-39).  Annie McEvoy (DOB 11-26-62) was an offspring of that marriage.  She married John E. Hart (DOB unknown) on 9-01-81.  He was a Cavalry Sgt. who was stationed at Fort Sidney between 1876
and 1881.  John Hart died 1-29-06.
Circumstances are clouded regarding Thomas E. McEvoy.  He went by train to Omaha and was waylaid by two strangers who were seen about Sidney and on the train to Omaha.  Annie O'Brien McEvoy died of a broken heart and the children of that marriage were Annie (11-26-62);Lizzie (10-06-64)Eugene (12-18-70) Emma (7-17-72) Charlie (11-17-73) and Frances (2-13-76).  The children were looked after by Annie McEvoy Hart after the death of Annie O'brien.
Emma Dorothy Hart (DOB 9-21-96) was a product of the Annie McEvoy/John Hart marriage.  She married a Bentley and was divorced before 11-4-26 when she married Ferdenand August Krause on the aforementioned date.  Any information on Thomas E. McEvoy, Annie O'Brien, Mr. Bentley or John Hart who died 1-29-06 is appreciated.
Fred C. Krause  submitted April 8, 2000
 
 

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ROOT Researching the family of Charles ROOT, born in Conn. 1818, first wife Sally Ann LAUGHLIN, 7 issues of marriage, she died in 1851 Trumbull Co. OH, second wife, Mary SPLITSTONE, 7 issues of this marriage. Left Ohio for Newaygo Co. MI, went to Cass Co. NE abt 1872, last mention of him in NE History, early 1880 he was farming in Cheyenne Co. Looking for his date of death and final resting place.
 
Linda Doyle Genik
geniklau@msu.edu

ROYER  Researching the Frank C.  and Rosetta J. Eaton Royer Family.  They came to Cheyenne County, 1885.  They had three children, Grace, Chester F. and Edna Royer.  They farmed around Dalton, NE.  Frank C. Rosetta J. and Chester F. Royer are buried at the Dalton Cemetery.  Chester F. Royer married Hazel M Mauer, 9 Jan 1920, at Sidney, Ne.  Chester F. died 6 Jun 1979 at Albany, Oregon, and is buried at Dalton.  Hazel M. Mauer Royer, died 30 Jan 1997 at Sweethome, Oregon and is buried at Lacomb, Oregon.
If anyone would like to share info, I would be more than happy to share what I have.  submitted 9/22/99 8:00 PM PDT

Clara A. Royer (aandc@proaxis.com)
Scio, Oregon
 
 

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