Custer County NE Genealogy

Posted Queries for October thru December 1999

GREER, HALVERSTADT, LEE, NOBLE posted by Rhonda Spears on Monday, October 4, 1999

Searching for any information on Dr. Flavious J. Greer, his ancestors and decendants. He was my GG Grandfather.

BIGGS, BRITTON, BRYANT, KILER, LYONS, MICHIE, NEUMANN, NEWMAN, SEVERANCE, WEST posted by sheila bryant gonzales on Thursday, October 14, 1999

hello im looking for info on rachel harriet newman /neumann bborn dec 9,1918 ansley custer co nebraska she m. merle dale west born april 11, 1908 mason city nebraska died jan 8, 1953 rawlins wyoming. there child ida christina west born dec 24, 1945 rawlins wyoming m. william david michie born dec 22, 1942 his parents david francis michie and evangeline lyons. above rachel newmans parents charles newman and mary christies swanson she was boorn oct 1, 1885 lincoln nebraska. thanks sheila

BARTON posted by Lynne Barton Baldwin on Tuesday, October 19, 1999

Seeking information on Robinson W. BARTON and Sarah Melissa BARTON. Hometeaded in Custer County in the 1880s. Would like to obtain a copy of the land patent for their homestead, as well as homestead applications, and birth record for daughter Lela M. BARTON, b. May 1887. Would also like to obtain section maps of the homestead area. Any pertinent info would be greatly appreciated.

PARKER posted by Candie Parker Wilson on Saturday, October 23, 1999

Looking for information on the following Parkers found in Arnold, Custer Cnty, NE in the Nebraska State Gazetteer and Business Directory: Parker, G W farmer 1886 & 1890; Parker, Joseph farmer 1890; Parker W S farmer, atty, real estate 1890. Trying to tie them to the following family, which went to Custer Cnty, NE between 1877 and 1885. George Washington Parker, Sr b.08/20/1839 Parkersburg, Richland Cnty, IL d.May/14/1905 unknown location m.10/19/1859 Parkersburg, Richland Cnty, IL to Louisa Elizabeth Williamson b.07/25/1840 Lincolnshire, England d.01/02/1931 Des Moines, Polk Cnty, IA Children of George & Louisa Parker: Susanna Elizabeth Parker b.11/21/1860 d.01/28/1904 Anna Louisa Parker b.05/15/1862 d.01/05/1864 William Sherman Parker b.10/27/1864 Mary Elizabeth Parker b.08/01/1866 George Gilbert Parker b.03/16/1868 d.05/20/1868 Joseph Edward Parker b.06/21/1869 Clara Ettie Parker b.04/16/1871 d.04/28/1871 Jessie Mabel Parker b.05/02/1872 Charles Willoughby Parker b.08/17/1874 John Archibald Parker, b.04/04/1877 Parkersburg, Richland Cnty, IL d.04/21/1964 Des Moines, Polk Cnty, IA George Washington Parker, Jr b.08/03/1879 d.07/20/1950 Ralph Roy Parker b.02/04/1882 Arthur Leslie Parker b.11/10/1885, Custer Cnty, NE

COMSTOCK, HOLCOMB, PARKISON posted by Jessie Blalock on Tuesday, November 2, 1999


HUGHES, SAGE, UPDIKE posted by Ida Lucille Metheny on Saturday, November 13, 1999

Sage- In response to Sarah Fitzgerald's query on Sage, my grandmother, Ida Sage(b 1/16/78 d 10/27/24 was a sister to Laura (Sage) Hughes. Among my pictures is their sister, Sadie and her 5 girls. (don't know surname). Looking for clues on Daniel, "the long haired Poet". Have pictures. Ordered death certificate for Ida for research. e-mail me with any info? She married (1) Edwin Updike, (2) Joe Ross (3) Lou White. Updike is my Grandfather. Would appreciate help!

HENDRICKS, ROBERTSON posted by Gene Hendricks on Thursday, November 18, 1999

Looking for information on the Hendricks family. My grandfather was Glen Hendricks, b. 1900 Lodi community NE. He married Anna Marie Robertson. Both buried in Rosehill Cemetary at Callaway.

KLOMAN, SPENJAMIN posted by Judith Kloman on Saturday, November 27, 1999

My late husband's father was Roy Spenjamin Kloman. Family legend claimed that he was the largest baby born to that date (1890's) in Broken Bow NE. Spenjamin was his mother's maiden name, so I was told. Any information would be appreciated.

CRISMAN posted by Mark Strobel on Saturday, December 4, 1999

I previously posted a note (see 7-Jul-98 below) regarding my maternal grandmother (Helen Amanda Crisman) being born in Lomax, NE on 2-Nov-1907. I understand that Lomax is no longer in existence. I have some information that indicates that Lomax may have been located about 4-1/2 miles southeast of Oconto in the southern part of the county. There apparently is a cemetery there known as Viola Cemetery which is also known as Lomax Cemetery. My Grandmothers father was a station master in Lomax for the railroad (reportedly Union Pacific). Apparently there was a mail stop or water stop at Lomax. The closest railroad to the Oconto area based on my current map is approximately 20 miles away. I understand that a railroad used to go through Oconto. Does anyone have information on Lomax or can anyone confirm that a railroad used to go through this area?

HERRIN, MARTIN, ROUSE posted by Paula Ryan on Saturday, December 4, 1999

Seeking infomation on John Bunion ROUSE b. 1854 in Vermilion County Illinois. Possibly married Josephine HERRIN. John was the son of Edward ROUSE and Minerva MARTIN. When John migrated to Nebraska is unknown. He did return to Illinois several years after his father's death in 1910 to petition the court for his share of inheritance. I have alot of info on his family back to 1776 including wills, death/birth certificates, photos and living relatives. Please contact me at Sweetp@soltec.net.

FINLEY posted by S.Finley on Sunday, December 19, 1999

Seeking information on the family of James D. Finley of the Sargent area.

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