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APPLEGIT, BISHOP and NICHOLS

Chancey Perry NICHOLS (1825-1912) & Harriet (HAZLETON) NICHOLS (? - 1902) had the following children:
     Augusta N. (?-1923), Ella L. (?-1940), Alpha Dell (?-1936), & Clark Hazelton (1861-1946)

Clark H. NICHOLS (born 4-7-1861, MI) was married 18 Sep 1890 at Belgrade, Nance, NE to
Mary APPLEGIT (born 4-27-1870, IL) daughter of Elias & Elizabeth APPLEGIT who both died in Nance County, NE before 1900.)
The young couple moved to Michigan for a short time and their first child was born there. They returned to Nance County, where 9 more children were born. Their children were:

Edna M. b 1892, married Henry HOWE
Clarence W. b 1894 married Alta MARSHALL
Clyde C/E. b 1895 married Ethel DAILY
Nellie V. b 1897 married Noah DAVIS, & later married Eli LaFLAMME
Dewey H. b 1898 married Myrtle GOOD
Lucy M. b1900 married Preston BISHOP
Ruby b 1903 married Albin REEVES
Pearl b 1905 married Dewey EGGERS
Perry b 1905 married Anna REEVES
Michael (= Milo) married first Neva FRANCES; married second, Mabel DAVIS

Clark & Mary NICHOLS also raised a nephew, Glee JOHNSON (b 1916) who later lived in Yakima, WA.
Clark H. Nichols died 11-11-1946. Mary died in 1950; she was survived by 2 brothers, Tom of Seattle, WA & Marjon of Los Angeles, CA

Lucy M. NICHOLS married in 1929 to Preston BISHOP (b 1897, Nance Co, NE)
Preston was the son of Miles & Mary Jane (Bumgardner) BISHOP
Their children were as follows -
Girls:
Rosie GREGER, Ruby BRIDGER. Fairy GEORGE, Georgie COLLINS, Goldie SUPENCHECK & Sheryl ....
Boys:
Jesse, Fred and Preston Jr.

Kristen GREGER <Gjgrege@kdsi.net> would particularly like to know about the senior members of the family. If you have any information to share, please contact her.
1 Oct 1999: additional information provided by Donald L. Nichols Jr. <DblNckls@aol.com> (Grandson of Clyde Nichols from Belgrade) based on the files of Mrs. Helen Davis, Post Office Box 67, Fullerton, NE. 68638-0067.


BALLINGER

Peter Joseph BALLINGER, b.13 Aug 1869 in Galena, IL, d. 22 June 1894 in Nance Co. NE.

     Wife: Neoma Jane COOPER, b. 16 Apr 1871 in Lawrence, IL, d. 28 Oct 1939 in Nance Co., NE.

They were married 22 Jun 1894 in Nance Co., NE.
      Children: Leda Mae, Lola Maud, Joseph Warren, Leonard Clarence, Florence Neoma, and Floyd Emerson.

Leonard Clarence BALLINGER, b.1901 in Fullerton, Nance Co., NE, d. Mar 1983 in Fullerton, Nance Co., NE.

     Wife, Fern Ethel SNODGRASS, b. 13 Nov1900 in Fullerton, Nance Co., NE.
      1930 census lists children being: Donald, 10, Maxine, 7, and Robert E., 5/12.

Donald Joseph BALLINGER, b. 26 july 1919 in Cedar, Nance Co., NE, d. 13 Oct 1986 in Linden, Fauquier Co., VA.

     Wife Marie Reine HERL, b. 3 Aug 1922 in Wash D. C., d. 4 Dec 1994.
      They had 16 children, 4 died infancy.

Provided by Robert Ballinger (rballinger4@aol.com) 13 Jan 2010



BARKER (1879-1895 Cottonwood Pct., Nance Co., NE)

Barker, Daniel L. born 3-3-1851 in Suffolk England
married 1879
Helen Walker of Valley County, NE (also born England. d:1885)
3 Children:
Jane Marie Barker b: 3-11-1880
Daisy Littia Barker b: 11-28-1882
John Westbrook Barker b: 10-18-1883

Daniel Barker married widow Addie M. Clark Egbert in 1886
She had 2 children:
Lee L. Egbert b: 3-16-1878
Elwood Channing Egbert b: 3-8-1877

Together they had 3 children:
Anna E. Barker b:4-26-1887
Daniel L. Barker b: 11-1-1889
Guy Austrie Barker b: 2-22-1891


CHRISTENSEN and HALL

Howard W. CHRISTENSEN, b. July 9, 1908 in Burt Co., NE, d. May 22, 1994,
     son of Frederik Ferdinand Christensen and Louisa Dorothea Rasmussen Christensen.
Married Frances HALL, b. May 17, 1915, d. January 26, 1993.
They lived in Genoa, Nance, NE
Both Howard and Frances are buried in the Tekamah Cemetery in Tekamah, Burt County, Nebraska.
Howard and Frances had one son, Fred CHRISTENSEN.

Mary Appleby <ma33353@windstream.net> 1 Oct 2000


COOK

George F. Cook (1819-1888) b. NY, son of Jonathan and Rebecca (Farrington) Cook,

married Mary E Vorns (1826- ) b. NY in 1852 in WI.
They moved to Fullerton, NE after 1860 and are buried there.
Known children are:
Josephine A. Cook (1853- )
Emma J Cook (Jan 1854- ) in WI
George C Cook (1856- )
Ida Cook (1860- )
Charles Cook (Aug 1863) in MN

Emma (Emalene) Cook married James Shaw b. Feb 1850 in NY in about 1881 and had a daughter,
Gertrude b. 1884 in MN, who married John B. Greer.

Dorothy Cook Burt <dgburt@pioneer.net>



COOK-HARRIS

Sarah HARRIS was born 4 Dec 1830, probably in NY state to James & Mary (Mountain) HARRIS. She married Mowry (Frederick?) COOK, probably in NY. They moved to Nance Co., NE where they can be found as M. & Sarah Cook in 1880 Fed. Census NE ED121 p7 f16: Genoa Pct, Nance, NE. With them are 2 daughters - Alta & Etta. Sarah was struck by lightning & died 11 Sep 1891.  She is buried at Valley View Cemetery, Genoa, NE.

One of her children sent the following letter to relatives in New York state -

The letter is on "Cook & Barre, General Merchandise, successors to Cook & Nonnamaker, Boots & Shoes Specialty" letterhead, ink is fading slightly.

Fullerton, Neb 9/28 (1891 is added later it looks like)
"Dear Uncle & Aunt: I know you are anxious to know the particulars about Mother's death. I got here on Thursday and she was killed on Friday of the next week   The arrangements for the funeral both before and after took some time Then I had to go to Omaha on business for three days and our County Fair took four days this last week and I cannot tell what has become of the two weeks hardly. But I have sit down this Monday Morning to write to you all
     On Friday morning when dear Mother was killed I had brought my books up to the house so that I might post them faster and not be interrupted  Fred had hitched up to drive up to Father's There was a thunder storm coming up and I stepped to the window to see if Fred had started thinking if he not that he had better wait unth the shower was over but he had hurried up and was already most up there.
     Etta had not come down to the store yet and was in the house with the children  Father came down to the store at 7 o'clock and all this happened a little before nine.
     Mother seeing that it was going to rain went to the henhouse to feed the chickens just before it commenced to rain.There was a sharp flash of lightning and the thunder sounding so close caused Etta to look down where Mother was and she saw her lying on the ground where she had started for the house and had proceeded but a few steps to where she was lying in the path. Etta ran to her but she was dead then although Etta did not realize it. Etta ran for help and met Fred at the gate just as he was driving up. He turned and run his horse for the Doctor who lives on the same street and the next block to them.   The Doctor, Etta & Fred carried Mother into the house. Then Fred came for me. I still stood by the window where Anna and I were watching the storm when Fred came for me. I went with Fred at once and Anna went to the store to tell Father & Orwin.
     They all came as soon as possible but Mother when he left her two hours before Father had left in good health was not there, only the casket or house in which she had lived. There was a beautiful peaceful smile on her countenance. She was thought much of here and loving hearts and willing hands did all they could for both her and us. The shock was so sudden and severe for poor Father and he is feeling so lonesome it grows on him instead of wearing off as time wears along. The Church was beautifully decorated at the funeral We had the flowers in the Church photographed and will send you one The attendance at the funeral was very large and it has been pronounced by some as the most beautiful and impressive ceremony ever witnessed by them.
     There are always so many things that one might do if they could look ahead instead of back but this cannot be. We are all so thankful to think that Father and Mother made their visit home last year instead of waiting until this year.
     We are all well as usual but sad and lonely. I wish we could all visit oftener it would help the wheels of time to move faster but we must remember that there is nothing sure but death and it is my desire and hope that if we should not be permitted to meet again on earth that we may be as well prepared for a sudden summons from on high as Mother was and if so I have the fullest confidence that through the providence of God we should meet no more on earth we shall be welcomed in one final gathering in the paradise of God and dwell with him and loved ones who are already there throughout an endless eternity.
     We here send you some copies of the papers and we will send you a picture of the flowers soon. Write oftener and I will answer if it only a few lines. It is a comfort to get a word or two from those we know so well.
     Your nephew Edwin G. Cook.

The above information & letter passed down from my grandmother who referred to Sarah Harris Cook as "Aunt Sate". Grandmother said Sarah's husband was Frederick Cook.  The envelope was addressed to Osborne Harris (brother of Sarah). I did not find any additional papers or photos in my grandmother's memorabilia.

On FindaGrave, Sarah is buried at Valley View Cemetery with Mowry Cook. Was Mowry Cook's middle name Fred? Grandmother said the Cooks had 3 sons & a daughter. Believe some of them moved to Texas.

Mrs. Mary Gilmore < mgilmor@twcny.rr.com >
1519 Quarry Stone Dr.
Elbridge, NY 13060
29 Dec 2011

Additional info - Famuly found in 1860 & 1870 Census of Chenango Co NY where husband has been read as "Mary" and as "Morry" Cook.
We can find 4 children - 2 boys & 2 girls.

1. Edwin G. Cook born 1851 NY. Married Anna (Maiden name not known)
2. Orwin S. Cook born 1855 NY. (1880: Beaver Pct., Boone Co., NE)
3. Alta M. Cook born 1859 NY. (Married Gustave A. Mollin in 1881.)
4. Henrietta Mae/Minnie "Etta" Cook born 1866 NY. (M1 to John C. Tasker. M2 to Horace Eaton.)


GEISER - HUNGER - KURTH - MARTI

John GEISER b -1838 Canton Bern Switz. d-22 Jun 1896 Schuyler Colfax NE; bur. Greutli Cem.
m-Mary MARTI, 1860 Bern Switz.
     
Mary MARTI b - 1836 Bern Switz. d - 19 Nov 1889 NE; bur. Greutli Cem, Platte County, NE.

ch:   1. Anna GEISER b - 27 Jul 1861 Bern Switz. d - 9 Jan 1893 Schuyler Colfax NE.
            m - Ernst Julius ERNST, 1880
     2. John GEISER Jr b -1863 Bern Switz d - 14 Nov 1890 Portland OR unm.
     3. Elizabeth GEISER b-13 Aug 1866 Bern Switz. d-7 Aug 1845, Norfolk NE
          m - Theodore John SCHUPBACH
     
4. Frederick GEISER b - 1 Apr 1868 Bern Switz. d - 5 Aug 1934 Columbus Platte NE
            m - Albertina WESINFLUH
     
5. Mary GEISER b - 1869 Bern Switz d - 26 Jun 1879; bur. Greutli Cem.
     
6. Arnold GEISER b - 26 Mar 1870 Bern Switz d - 26 Mar 1946 Genoa Nance NE
            m - Lena KURTH 21 Mar 1895 NE
     
7. Robert GEISER b - 14 Sep 1873 USA d - 29 Mar 1951 Genoa Nance NE
          
m - Julia KURTH 8 Jun 1904 Fullerton Nance NE
    
 8. Emma GEISER b - 13 May 1876 USA d - 20 Sep 1913
            m - Charles KOEHLER, date unk
     
9. Frank GEISER b - 13 Aug 1879 USA d - 21 Jul 1951, bur. Greutli Cem.

#6. Arnold & Lena KURTH GEISER, dau of Rudolf & Eliza (Elizabeth) HUNGER KURTH

ch:  1. Carl Arnold GEISER b - 17 Nov 1895 Genoa Nance NE d - 26 Feb 1936 Genoa Nance NE
            m - Adele Prudence STEVENSON 27 Aug 1919
     2. Samuel Abraham GEISER b - 19 Mar 1997 Platte Co NE d - 5 Oct 1975 Monroe Platte NE
            m - Ida BORN 12 Jul 1923, date unk
    
3. John Robert GEISER b - 4 Dec 1898 Woodburn Platte NE d - 4 Apr 1986 CO
            m - Alma WESTMEYER 14 Dec 1946 Olympia WA
     
4. Ellen Eliza GEISER b - 11 Mar 1901 Platte Co NE
            m - Emil HOBBENSIEFKEN, 30 Aug 1922 Platte Co NE
     5. Eula Ann GEISER b - 21 Oct 1903 Platte Co NE
            m - Walter HOBBENSIEFKEN 28 Jan 1922 Platte Co NE
     6. Clarence William GEISER b - 21 Aug 1908 Genoa Nance NE d - 24 Jun 1976 Longmont CO
            m - Lena Louise HEURZLER 28 Aug 1929

Submitted by: LaDonna A. English <lenglish@surfsouth.com>
Jan 1999: Spelling correction in mini-genealogy, email change.
Note: Greutli Cemetery is in Platte County, NE


GORBY, FOSTER, FRAILY

Samuel Gorby, b. Febr 4, 1837, Meigs Co, OH, d. Febr 16, 1895, Nance Co, NE
married Mary E. Edmundson, b. abt 1841, OH, d. 1915, Nance Co, NE

Samuel Pierce Gorby served in the Civil War for the entire four years. He enlisted with the 18th Ohio Reg., served 3 months, then re-enlisted in Co. I, 53d Ohio Reg. He and two brothers - John S. and Benjamin Franklin - served throughout the war in this company. Mustered out Dec. 24, 1864, at Savannah, Ga. His children had a sword given him by his company when he was 1st Lieut.

The 1890 UPRR Gazetteer of the State of Nebraska, Glenwood, NE Business listings include "Gorby S P, blacksmith". Glenwood, a postoffice in the southwestern part of Nance county, 18 miles from Fullerton, the county seat.

Their children were:

Edith C Gorby, b. about 1869 in Meigs Co, OH
Ethel Elma Gorby, b. 1872 in Meigs Co, OH, d. January 1934
married Frank C. Foster in 1887
Their children were:
Bertha Foster
Glen Foster
Charles Foster
Bernice Foster. Married Frank Fraily.
Walter Gorby, b. about 1874 in Meigs Co, OH, d. about 1880 in Nance Co, NE
Wallace B Gorby, b. January 1, 1877 in Meigs Co, OH
married Mattie E Luddington, b. 1880 in NE
Their children were:
Clifford Samuel Gorby, b. 1900 in Nance Co, NE
married Dorothy Wadsworth in June 1919
Their children were:
Richard E Gorby, b. April 5, 1920, d. April 1987
Dannie Lee Gorby, b. 1923
Donald W Gorby, b. 1927
Darlene Karol Gorby, b. 1934
Eunice Allen Gorby, b. 1902. Married W J Lee in 1929.
Wallace A Gorby, b. 1907, d. in infancy.
Robert L Gorby, b.1912

Graydon Gorby <thegorb@one.net> would like to get in touch with any descendants of these families.

Visit The Gorby Family Web Site: http://members.nuvox.net/~zt.thegorb/index.htm (inactive as of 1 Oct 2012) to learn more about Samuel Pierce Gorby's ancestors.


GRESS

Michael Gress (1837-?) from PA married Ida V. Clark (1845-?) from OH & had the following children;

Charlota Anna (12-27-1862/12-11-1931),
Laurence Israel (2-29-1864/2-2-1942),
Milo Clark (6-13-1870-?),
Jacob Frances (2-22-1872/2-1951),
Eva Rebecca (4-21-1882/12-14-1974)

Charlota married Joseph Robert McElvain 11-7-1883 in Fullerton NE. Listed in Nance Co.
     Marriage book 1880-1888. She died in Hinsdale MT.
Laurence married Della Jones 9-29-1908. He died in Fullerton NE
Milo is listed on the Nance Co WWI Master Draft List.
Jacob married Carrie Darling.
Eva married Charles A Jackson 2-5-1901 in Fullerton NE. Listed in Nance Co
     Marriage book 2 1893-1903.
The Gress's are also listed in the Nance Co 1900 census, list of farmers, 1916 Souvenir edition of the newspaper under charities. I'm collecting documentation on Eva Rebecca back.

Any contacts please email me: Kay at kayi@phonewave.net


HAGARTY, Patrick Joseph

Patrick Hagarty

     I just discovered my Great Uncle on your GenWeb site, one PATRICK JOSEPH HAGARTY and family. ... He was my Great Grandmother Agatha Regina Hagarty's brother, and they were all from Iowa originally.   Could you post my email for the Surname researcher "Hagarty". I didn't see any Hagarty family still there, so I am not sure how many are, if any left but I would still like that. I also have a wonderful photo of Patrick Joesph you could add to gen web page for Fullerton if you would like for me to submit. My Ged file on World Connect link is below. There are several different Hagarty's that link up to our Patrick, if anyone out there is looking for us. Thanks for the wonderful site. I was also able to find their burial.

Maureen Day-Moore <teeseemo@yahoo.com> 5 Aug 2005


Our Family GED File on World Connect
http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=agatha_1&recno=0


HOWE - WALLACE

William Washington Howe (b 10 April 1863 Ashland NE; d 27 Dec 1918, buried Cedar Rapids Cemetery, west side)
Second marriage: 1 Jan 1888 to Mary Ellen Wallace (b 8 Sep 1867 Jacksonville, IL; d 25 Feb 1941 in Central City at the home of her daughter (Jessie E. Hobbs); bur Cedar Rapids Cemetery, west side)
Five children were born:

1.

Henry Leroy Howe b 17 June 1889 at Cornell, NE
Married 23 Jun 1910 at Fullerton, NE to:
    Edna Maude Nichols (b 27 Jun 1892 Watson Corners, MI).
One son: Bert J. Howe, b 11 Nov 1911 near Belgrade.

2.

Mary Elizabeth Howe b 1 Jan 1890 at Culbertson, NE; d 1 Sep 1891 at Berthoud, Colo. and was buried there.

3.

Ben K. Howe b 10 Jul 1893 at Loreland, CO; d 2 Jul 1947 at St. Francis Hosp, Grand Island,      NE; bur Central City Cemetary, NE.
Married 23 Oct 1919 at Fullerton, NE to
     Etta C. Wolcott (b 15 May 1893 Cedar Rapids, NE; d 26 Mar 1971 Santa Barbara, CA).
Four children: Dora, Thelma, Ellsworth & Leo

4.

Jessie Evelyn Howe b 13 Dec 1895 at Memphis, NE; died Dec. 24, 1964 at the home of her      daughter (Mary E. Little) in Downey, CA. Bur at Forest Lawn Cem., Cypress, CA (beside her
     second husband Floyd Clifton Benson).
First married 3 Oct 1915 at Cedar Rapids, NE to
     Martin Hobbs (b 11 Sep 1891 Blair, NE).
One daughter: Mary Evelyn Hobbs b 13 Dec 1918 in Cedar Rapids, NE

5.

Clifford John Howe b 12 Mar 1906 at Belgrade, NE
Married 12 Jan 1924 at Fullerton, NE to
     Florence Faye Irwin (b 16 Oct 1905 Belgrade, NE).
Six children: Glen, Robert, Richard, Jackie, Shirley & Glenda.

 

Connie <mailto:Conschat@AOl.com>


HUNT

     Charles Jonathan Hunt born 28 Jul 1825 NY, mar 1 Aug 1850 NY to Margaret Sophronia Barner. She born 12 Feb 1832 NY.  Charles died 6 Apr 1895 Cottonwood Twp. buried Glenwood Cemetery. She died 19 Feb 1903 Tama, IA buried Glenwood Cemetery. They came to Cottonwood Twp., Nance Co. from Benton Co., IA to be with children during epidemic. Children: Mary Ann King, John Daniel, William Silas, Omenzo Grandville, Amos Coy, Margaret McMillin.

Children in Nebraska

      Mary Ann Hunt b 3 Feb 1855 Garrison, Benton, IA mar 20 Oct 1872 Phillip M. King. She died 21 Feb 1919, bur Glenwood Cemetery

      John Daniel Hunt b 1 Jan 1859 Garrison, mar Nellie Cole in 1883 mar Josephine Bramhill in 1892, died 27 Dec 1915 Chicago, bur Glenwood Cemetery

      William Silas Hunt born 23 Jul 1862 Garrison, died 27 Dec 1915 Nance Co, bur Glenwood Cemetery

      Amos Coy Hunt born 14 Sep 1869 Garrison, mar 17 Sep 1895 Rosena Scott in Fullerton, Nance Co., died 4 Sep 1948 Ord Valley, buried Arcadia/
(Note: See Merrick Co NE Marriage Records Book C p291 #1186 and 1900 Fed. Census NE ED144 p8b D139 F142: Cottonwood Twp, Nance, NE)

     Omenzo Grandville Hunt born Aug 1865, IA, married Amanda Yarrington.

      Margaret Lillian Hunt b 19 Jun 1872 Garrison, mar ca 1892 Emerson McMillin, died 19 Jan 1946 at Fremont, buried Glenwood Cemetery
(Note: See Nance Co. NE Marriage Record Book 2 p132)

     Would appreciate any information and will share. Thanks --

Evelyn Buckingham <mailto:tolley@usit.net> Dec 2001.
2004: This email address not working.

Additional info:

Omenzo Grandville HUNT married Amanda Belle YARRINGTON 12 Feb 1896 at Fullerton, Nance, NE (Nance Co. NE Marriage Record Book 2 p146). 
They can be found in 1900 Fed. Census NE ED144 p8b D140 F143: Cottonwood Twp, Nance, NE.  At that time wife declares she has had 3 children and 2 are living (Ester V. and Terrey W.)
Info: Source
1.
Esther V. Hunt b. Sep 1897, NE 1900 Census
2.
Terry W. Hunt b.  Jul 1899, NE 1900 Census
3.
Pearl L. Hunt b. 9 Apr 1914, Sherman Co., NE
d. 6 Apr 2003 at South Sioux City, NE.  Spouse: Russell Verley.
9 Apr 2003 obit: Grand Island Independent
4.
Opal Grace Hunt. b 10 Sep 1916, Sherman Co., NE. d. 28 Nov 2004 at Arnold, (Custer) NE 1 Dec 2004 obit: Grand Island Independent with surname as MILLS
5.

Mildred Hunt, b. 21 Jul 1920, Sherman Co., NE.  d 28 Oct 2004 at St. Paul, (Howard) NE.

Spouse: Alvin Kyhn

26 Oct 2004 obit: Grand Island Independent
From obit of Mildred Kyhn "... survived by two sisters, Vera Olive of Tacoma, Wash., and Opal Mills of Arnold ... preceded in death by ... four brothers, Raymond, Charlie, Terry, and Bertie Hunt; and four sisters, Pearl Verley, Clara Wheeler, Esther Bone, and Mabel Proctor."

See the archives of the Grand Island Independent for the above obits.


KUDRON

First Generation

1.

   Thomas KUDRON. Son of Andrew KUDRON & Mary TOMASIEWICZ. Born September 24, 1869 in Poland. Died March 9, 1938 in Columbus, Nebraska. Buried March 1938 in St. Bonaventure Catholic Cemetery Columbus, Nebraska. Immigration July 14, 1906; New York, NY; vessel August Victoria.
   He married Ursula WORELSKI, "legal daughter" of ? WORELSKI, About 1890. Born June 11, 1865 in Poland. Died June 29, 1940 in Columbus, Nebraska. Buried July 1, 1940 in St. Bonaventure Catholic Cemetery Columbus, Nebraska. Immigration July 14, 1906; New York, NY; vessel August Victoria.
   They had the following children:


2

i.

Martha Katherine KUDRON


3

ii.

Andrew (aka Henry) KUDRON


4

iii.

Kathryn (Kate) KUDRON


5

iv.

Frank C. KUDRON


6

v.

Anna KUDRON



vi.

John KUDRON; Born 1 Apr 1909, Genoa, Nance, NE. Died 1 May 1961, Reno/Sparks, Washoe, NV. He married Zelpha ?.





Second Generation

2.

   Martha Katherine KUDRON. Daughter of Thomas KUDRON & Ursula WORELSKI. Born March 24, 1891 in Leki Gorne, Poland. Christened March 24, 1891 in Parish church of St. Barobal in Leki Gorne, Poland. Died January 16, 1973 in Omaha, Nebraska. Buried January 19, 1973 in St John's Cemetery, Omaha, Nebraska. Immigration July 14, 1906; New York, NY; vessel August Victoria.
   She married Stanislaus GALUS, son of Andrew GALUS & Agnes STARTS (SZTORC), January 31, 1912 in St. Peter & Paul Church, Kracow, Nebraska. Born February 27, 1880 in Leki Gorne, Community of Pilzno, Poland. Christen March 3, 1880 in Leki Gorne, Community of Pilzno, Poland. Died May 18, 1965 in Omaha, Nebraska. Buried 1965 in St. John's Cemetery, Omaha, Nebraska. Immigration 9/6/1898, Philadelphia PA to Tarnov, Nebraska; vessel SS Switzerland.
   They had the four sons and five daughters, all but one are still living:



iv.

Frank GALUS (Twin). Born October 28, 1919 in Albion, Nebraska. Died October 29, 1919. Buried in St. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery, Krakow, Nebraska.





3.

   Andrew (aka Henry) KUDRON. Son of Thomas KUDRON & Ursula WORELSKI. Born June 21, 1893 in Poland. Died October 15, 1957 in Sioux City, Iowa. Buried in Calvery (Catholic) Cemetery, Sioux City, Iowa. Immigration July 14, 1906; New York, NY; vessel August Victoria.
   He first married First wife ?.
      They adopted a son, who is still living.
   He second married Second wife ?.
   He third married Margaret (Maggie) SWIDERSKI, 1925 in Sioux City, Iowa.





4.

   Kathryn (Kate) KUDRON. Daughter of Thomas KUDRON & Ursula WORELSKI. Born November 15, 1896 in Poland. Died September 25, 1968. Buried in St. Peter's Cemetery, Ewing, Nebraska . Immigration July 14, 1906; New York, NY; vessel August Victoria.
   She married Joseph Floyd SPES (SPIECE), son of Valentine SPES (SPIECE) & Margarett GAWORKI. Born January 1889 in Nebraska.
   They had eleven children.





5.

   Frank C. KUDRON. Son of Thomas KUDRON & Ursula WORELSKI. Born 1901 in Poland. Died January 2, 1928 in Columbus, Nebraska. Buried in St. Bonaventure Catholic Cemetery, Columbus Nebraska. Immigration July 14, 1906; New York, NY; vessel August Victoria.
   He married Rose Helen CZARNIK, daughter of Peter CZARNIK & Mary JARECKI (spelling?). Born About 1906. Died February 13, 1982. Buried in St. John's Cemetery, Omaha, Nebraska.
   They had one daughter who is still living.





6.

   Anna KUDRON. Daughter of Thomas KUDRON & Ursula WORELSKI. Born May 11, 1905 in Pilzno, Poland. Died October 16, 1978 in Columbus, Nebraska. Buried October 19, 1978 in St. Bonaventure Catholic Cemetery, Columbus, Nebraska. Immigration July 14, 1906; New York, NY; vessel August Victoria.
   She married Charles TRAGARZ, February 14, 1922 in St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Krakow, Nebraska. Born October 23, 1894 in Pilzno, Poland. Died May 13, 1961. Buried May 16, 1961 in St. Bonaventure Cemetery, Columbus, Nebraska.
   They had the following children:



i.

Edward TRAGARZ



ii.

Mae TRAGARZ






Margaret Galus Sandlier


Marge's homepage < http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~sandlier/marge/>
KUDRON family < http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~sandlier/marge/#kudron >


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