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MADSEN, TENNYSON posted by Brian Jorgenson on Wednesday, June 1, 2005

Looking for information on a Soren Madsen and Annie Tennyson Madsen from Mason City. They lived here around 1912 +/- 3 years. Soren was born in Denmark around 1847/48

HOLLAND posted by Dianne Holland on Wednesday, June 1, 2005

My husband is a descendant of John Holland of Custer County, NE, and I am trying to find information on this family. Someone named Penny Stewart stated she had a photo of this family found in a Portland, Oregon antique shop, and I know that in 1900, my husband's family was in Oregon. If anyone has received a copy of this photo, or if Penny gets this message, could you please contact me at theabove e-mail address? My husband and his father would love to have a copy of that photo.

GREENFIELD posted by Cindy Graham on Wednesday, June 1, 2005

I am seeking any information on a William Greenfield who arrived in Custer County in the 1890's.

ALLISON, ASH, BONTRAGER posted by Marilyn Ross on Saturday, July 2, 2005

I am searching for information on the ROBERT G. ALLISON, WILLIAM H. ASH and JACOB BONTRAGER families who lived in Custer Co., around 1890-1900 on. Robert Allison was married to Margaret Josephine Bontrager, daughter of Jacob and Margaret Bontrager. Their known children were: Charles E.....Minnie M..... and Lillie C...all born in Iowa. Charles married Gerti Ash, daughter of William H. and Mahala Ash. Any info on these families would be greatly appreciated....Thanks, Marilyn Ross.

FERRITER, FOURNIER, THOURNIR posted by Thomas Thournir on Saturday, July 2, 2005

My dad was adopted by the Thournir family, formerly the Fournier in France. Anyways, my fathers biological dad's last name was Ferriter. In my house, I have a picture of James Ferriter, the picture is from 1926, when he recieved third place in the "beautiful child" picture contest. He was about 5. I heard that he was somewhat of a war hero, had been a POW a few times, and had stolen a Japanese airplane, and flown it back to base. What can you tell me about the Ferriter name? Thanks, -Tom

GRIFFITH, KANE, MASON, THOMPSON posted by Marc Chance on Saturday, July 2, 2005

I am researching on the descendants of my g.g.grandfather Elias MASON (b. 1826, Dennis Twp., Cape May, NJ; d. 1894, Cumro, Custer, Nebraska) who married Mary C. KANE (b. 1833, NJ; d. 1911, Cumro, Custer, Nebraska) in 1850 in Dennis Twp., Cape May, NJ. I am related to Elias and Mary C. MASON through their daughter, Lydia Ellen MASON (b. 22 March 1857 in NJ?; d. 1934) who married Casper THOMPSON (b. 1847 in Heislerville, Cumberland, NJ; d. 1913 also in Heislerville, Cumberland, NJ) on 3rd December 1874 in Crane Creek, Mason, Indiana. Lydia Ellen MASON is my g.grandmother. I'd be more than happy to share information of what I know, and to learn more about the descendants of Elias and Mary C. Mason. Incidentially, I also have some land deed records for Elias Mason in Indiana along with map of the exact location of his property in Indiana. I have not visited Broken Bow yet, but hope to in the future, to gather more information. Also, a cousin of mine was in contact with a woman in Nebraska who had information on Mehetable Mason Griffith, and gave her some copies of pictures of the Griffith family which I have also scanned into my computer. It would be nice to see the relationship of all the people to Mehetable Mason.

GARDINER, LUTHER posted by Melanie on Saturday, July 2, 2005

I am looking for any information on Ella V. Gardiner. Her maiden name was Luther. She is buried in the Broken Bow cemetary.

OSTROM, TALLIN posted by Gwen on Saturday, July 2, 2005

I am looking for anyone interested in Anna TALLIN or Lydia OSTROM from the early 20th century. I have pictures that may be of interest.

HERBERT, WEISENREDER posted by Mark Davis on Sunday, November 6, 2005

I am looking for information on: Frank E. Weisenreder, Rita (Herbert) Weisenreder,or Louise Rita Weisenreder. Or any information on the Weisenreder Name. OR M.G. Herbert of Broken Bow NE

DAVIS, SANDERSON posted by Mark Davis on Sunday, November 6, 2005

I am looking for any information on Alonzo E Davis (my Graeat Grand Father). He died in Broken Bow NE. 07-10-1934. He had five children:Clara,Ruth,Ina,Alon,Elbert.His wife was Emma Sanderson.

YOUNG, YOUNGER posted by Scott Myers on Sunday, November 6, 2005

Trying to locate my Great Grandmother, she would have been a young girl infant to age 8, I think she was born around the late 1870s early 80s. I'm not sure. Family story tells that her family was chased out of the Indian Territory, Oklahoma and they went to Broken Bow Nebraska. From there, the were supposed to have crossed the Oregon Trail. Her name was Jessie May Younger or Young. I'm afraid I don't know her parents names at this time.

HARRISON posted by Kathy Bach on Sunday, November 6, 2005

Looking for names and dates - John W. Harrison and wife Sara Douglas moved from Oskaloosa, KS to Anselmo perhaps after 1892. (Baby died here in 1892) John b/March 1858 Tenn. Sara b/Jan. 1854 NC this per a Census. Married about 1875 Census 7 children born/3 living. Found 4 deaths in Oskaloosa. Children M.Anna b/SEP1881 Cora F. b/May1894 Would like dates and John's parents names. Thank you. Kathy Bach

BOOKNAU, COX, GOBLE, HANEY, HANSEN, HOOKER, LOUDERBACK, OATHOUT posted by julia a. wilmoth on Sunday, November 6, 2005

My mother, father, 2 brothers, grandmother, grandfather, and aunt and uncle are all buried in Westerville Cemetery, Westerville, Nebraska. They are: Charles Frederick & Bessie May (Cox) Oathout; Richard and Robert Oathout; Charles Franklin and Rosa Jane (Goble) Oathout; Maude Mae (Gobel)& Isaac Haney. Also, many of the Booknau's. Can't seem to find much, if any, info, on the Booknau family. My mother, Bessie, was a Foster child of Sarah Jane Booknau, who is buried in Los Angeles, CA. I know that there are a lot of Booknau people buried there, because I went to my father's funeral there. Also, can't find anything on the Haney's. Also trying to find info on Isaac Haney's brother, Al Haney and wife Minnie (Gobel) Haney. Uncle Ike and Aunt Maude lived in Scottsbluff, and other locations, and Uncle Al and Aunt Minnie lived in Hyannis, NE. Also, can't locate much on Kai Hansen & Pearl (Goble) Hansen. They lived outside of Hyannis, NE. on a farm. Hope you can help. Thank you. Julie (Oathout) Wilmoth

JENSEN posted by Patricia Jensen-Norman Bjorling on Sunday, November 6, 2005

I am looking for any information about an Eigel or Eiger Jensen. He was the youngest child of Hans Jensen, who was born in Copenhagen and died in Story City, IA in 1921. Other siblings of Eigel or Eiger included: Peder Jensen, who died in Tacoma in 1945--the oldest of the Hans Jensen children. Eigel or Eiger is listed in Peder's obituary as a surviving sibling, living at the time in Sargent, NE. Other evidence suggests that Eigel was a pharmacist, as was Peder and several of the other male siblings (Hans2, Fred, Viggo, and Waldemar (called Walter). Walter Jensen lived in Grant, NE at least during the 1930's. I am the great-granddaughter of Peder. I have located the granddaughter of Hans2. Eigel also had three sisters: Rosalia, Dagmar, and Rebekka. Rosalia died in Oregon, Dagmar in Story City, IA, and Rebekka stayed in Denmark. Eigel's mother was named Maren. She died of TB in Denmark in 1892.

KRIEGER posted by jo-anne mcdonald on Sunday, November 6, 2005

Hello, I am looking for the name of the cemetery where a Fred Kraiger (Krager, Kriger) is buried. I found him last in the 1910 Census for Custer County, Loup township. I believe he may have passed between 1910 and 1920 and I am not familiar with the area so do not and have not been able to locate him. I was wondering if anyone with Cemetery books at their disposal and a general knowledge of that area could find where he could have been buried. He was born 1852-55 in Illinois. He may not have a headstone so cemetery records seem to be my only hope. Thanking you in advance for any help you may be. Jo-Anne McDonald

INTERHOLZINGER posted by Jared Interholzinger on Sunday, November 6, 2005

Looking for any information on my grandfather / Grandmother - Frank / Emma Interholzinger. He worked as a bucher in Sargent and later rented the Duff Farm SE of town. He was acquainted with a Mr. Krbel ( Edward or Arnold) and a Mr. John Vondracek. Time of his living in Sargent was around 1916. Thanks

DOW, MCCOLL, ROURKE, SPEILER posted by kiki kocourek on Sunday, November 6, 2005

looking for woman born about 1922, named Rourke or O'Rourke.Perhaps was secretary for Broken Bow lawyer during 1940's or 1950's. Red hair and freckles. Thank you

BARRETT, MAUPIN, WESTFALL, WILSON posted by Phyllis Abbott on Sunday, November 6, 2005

I am trying to locate a person who posted a query in 1999; Toni Harper. Her query included these families Barrett, Maupin, Westfall, Wilson. I am realted to all of these families and my father was born in Broken Bow. Please contact me for your email address is out of date and I cannot contact you. I tried to but it came back. I would love to talk to you.

VONKROSIGK posted by Deena Gillespie on Sunday, November 6, 2005

I am looking for information on Heinrich F.G. VonKrosigk. He was born in Germany 1849, died in Nebraska 1899, married to Asrena Marie Jonson. I am looking for his military history. Thank You

DAVIS posted by Beatrice Carney on Sunday, November 6, 2005

Looking for information about Elias Edgar Davis and wife Beatrice D Davis. Lived in or near Etna. Have pictures of a farm there. 3 girls and one son born in Etna. Possibly moved to Gothenberg in 1915 or so.

COLDWELL, GATES, JOHNSON posted by Gary Jon Coldwell on Sunday, November 6, 2005

I am searching the families of Julius C. Johnson of Round Valley, Nebraska. My father, George Julius Coldwell, was born in Round Valley, NE, on March 26, 1927. George lived there until 1939.

COLEMAN, COULTER posted by Coleen Coleman on Sunday, November 6, 2005

Need obituary for James Franklin Coleman died 9 OCt 1955 Merna Custer Co NE. Unknown when wife passed name Catherine (Coulter) Coleman, would like anything on her as well. E-Mail: wyoeagle@webtv.net either scanned copies sent jpeg or snail mail. Thanks in advance. Ms. Coleen Coleman

CHRISP, COLEMAN, CRISP posted by Coleen Coleman on Sunday, November 6, 2005

Looking for look up obit for Bina Luella (Coleman) Crisp/Chrisp born? Died 28 Dec 1963 Broken Bow Custer Co NE. Would like copy of obituary if it could be scanned and sent jpeg to me @ wyoeagle@webtv.net or snail mail. Thank you in advance. Ms. Coleen Coleman

TROUT posted by Lester Sargent on Sunday, November 6, 2005

Looking for information on Joseph Trout family that might have resided in Custer County c.1880 Born in Cincinatti, Ohio about 1850. Married to Kate Lansing. At least one child Mary Edna Trout born c. 1880.


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