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Homesteading in Jackson Township - Hall County (continued)

Near where the DICKINSON's and DUBB'S lived a Mr. RUSSELL had laid claim to land and the balance of the section was not settled until Chas. J. SODERSTROM came onto the Southwest quarter in 1882. Erland CAROLSON and a Mr. PETERSON finished out the section about the same time. PETERSON sold out in 1888 to S. G. McCLURKIN who had coma over from Ireland. The year Sam McCLURKIN left Ireland for the U. S., some of his brothers migrated to Australia.

Some of the families coming by 1890 were: Fred BARKER, Mr. SOLTERS, Mr. SPAHN, Mike HANNON, John MOSSER, Tom CONNERS, and George HAUKE. Mary EWING arrived in 1872, a widow with nine children. Joe SMITH, John MOORE, wm. (sic) RYAN, and Bill COX added to the settlement.

One of the first school teachers was Sallia BARRIER who received $90 for a total of 60 teaching days. Forty children attended the first year from families named: EWING, HORTH, HOYT, RYAN, TEE and EVERETT. First teacher for Dis. #32 was George K. PECK. His wages for 60 teaching days was $31.00 a month. The following year Helen OWING taught and received $22.50 per month.

Board members were James EWING, John FOX, and A. D. FURROWS. Three of the families responsible for helping to establish the schools in the community were DUBBS, DICKINSON & CURRY.

During the Blizzard of 12 January 1888, the teacher at Dist. #32 was Anne McNIEL, some of the children attending were: DICKINSON girls, Alma, 12, Ada, 10, Nellie, 9. Also, Jessie, age 11, son of George FRAZELL. That day Nathaniel DICKINSON and the hired man, Charlie PARLIMENT, took a load of wheat to the mill in Wood River.

The first regular minister at Northfield church was the Rev. Wm. ARNOLD, who lived in Palmer, NE, but drove to the Northfield church every other week by horse and buggy. After the Rev. ARNOLD, a woman, Jenmie STARY, was the minister. Her home was in St. Paul and she too came every other week. She was followed by the Rev. PICKETT, who came from Hastings. The Rev. PICKETT united in marriage during his stay, Ada DICKINSON and Frank DORITY, 27 February 1908. The Rev. Will BREWER followed by the Revs. MILLER and ZIMMERMAN. A Miss OUTNEY conducted revival meetings. Only the generous donations of Nathaniel DICKINSON, George FRAZELL, John DEAN and others were the bills paid and the meager salary of the minister met.

The raising of livestock was started to supplement the farmers' income. Starting this venture was Bill DUBBS followed by Miles LYONS, Wm. RYAN and others.

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Abstracted by: Mrs. Aileem Rawlings, St. Paul, NE
Source: NEW ERA, Wahoo, Saunders County, NE

Oct. 11, 1901: Margaret MARGRAVE & Aunt WAUSESSEQUA.
Dec. 24, 1902: Stanton AUTEN mar. Etta Mae WAGNER, dau. of Mr. & Mrs. Louis WAGNER. Bride is a teacher. Bride & groom to live N.W. of Prague. (from NORTH BEND EAGLE)
Jul. 4, 1901: A girl born to K. D. BOHENSKY of Rescue.
Jul. 22, 1901: A girl born to Mr. & Mrs. BUHRIG of Yutan.
Apr. 20, 1900: James CHARLING made a trip to Council Bluffs.
Aug. 24, 1901: A buy born to L. E. CHURCHILL's of Mead.
Jul. 6, 1900: J. N. CURTIS, M.D. has located in Wahoo from Colorado.
Aug. 10, 1900: Mrs. O. DOOLEY & sons, Roy & Jesse, returned home to Dodge after visiting in Wahoo
Jul. 11, 1901: Hiram EDOFF died at Mead. He was born Dec. 13, 1886 in Wahoo. Services by Rev. LAGERQUIST. Survivors: parents, brothers and sisters.
Jun. 17, 1901: Emma JOHNSON FLODMAN, aged 38 yrs., died at Wahoo. She was born in PA and moved with parents to Ford Co., IL. Married 22 June 1899 to Prof. J. H. FLODMAN of Luther Academy. Interred at Paxton, IL. Survivors: husband, mother, two brothers and two sisters.
Jul. 13, 1900: F. C. HANKE purchased land near ITHICA from Henry SCHROEDER. Matilda HANRE also purchased land from SCHROEDER.
April, 1900: VACLAC HAVLEC sold land in CHESTER Pct, to Martin HOFFMAN.
Aug. 28, 1901: An 11 lb. boy born to the John HOFFMAN's of Ashland.
Jun. 29, 1901: Frederick JACOBS, aged 50, died at Wahoo. Services at Swedish Lutheran Church on July 2, service by Rev. J. H. FEIX. Burial Sunrise Cemetery. Survivors: wife, four children.


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Abstracts from NEW ERA, Wahoo, Saunders County, NE.

Aug. 1901: A boy born to C. JOHNSON's of Pohocco.
Jun. 30, 1901: John KISER died at North Band. Interred Willow Creek Cemetery, Saunders, Co. Survivors: wife; sons, Jesse, James, William & Samuel; daughter, Mrs. Eva BONNER of Washington; brother-in-laws, James and Sam AUTEN
Jul. 21, 1901: Hester Ann LAFOLLETTE died at Ashland at age 60 yrs., 4 mo., 11 days. Born in Roachdale, Putnam Co., IN on 10 March 1841. Married 18 March 1862 to Benjamin F. FLETCHER at Ladoga, IN. Survivors: sons, John Jerry, Mace, IN; Charles Otto of Ithica; Thomas Isaac, Rantoul, IL; William Frankie, dec.; Benjamine Milton: Daniel Earl; Samuel C.; daus., Nancy Elizabeth, dec.; Cora Lucatta, dec.; Bertha Ellen (Mrs. Jesse N. GALLOWAY) of Wahoo; Lillie Catharine (Mrs. Emat BALLOU). Burial in Ashland Cemetery.
Aug. 6, 1901: Died in Wahoo, John MACHACEK. Born 11 Nov. 1849 in Bohemia. Has lived in the county about 25 years. Survivors: wife, five children.
Jul. 18, 1901: Charlie MILLER, age 10 yrs, son of Mr. & Mrs. D. N. MILLER, accidentally killed by a cow.
Feb. 19, 1900: Probate for Thomas NOVAK filed by Jacob A. NOVAK.
Jul. 27, 1900: Mrs. John PETERS, Jr. of Elba visiting her parents, Dr. & Mrs. HULLHORST & sister, Ruth, of Yutan.
April 1900: Joseph PROCHAZKA bought old STOWITT's farm.
Mar. 6, 1900: Mrs. REIMER, died age 85 yrs. Son, Peter. Interred German Lutheran Cemetery, Yahoo.
May 31, 1900: Ray RUSSELL, letter at postoffice.
Jul. 1901: James RAITT married to Maud HALL. Will live near Shelby.
Jul. 20, 1901: Sheldon TAYLOR, aged 74 yrs., died at Colon, NE.
Aug. 6, 1901: Ira TURNER of Dead Man's Gulch (8 mi. from Missoula, MI) died. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Henry NUDSON. Family formerly of Norfolk.
Jul. 25, 1901: Eli WAKELIN died at Willow Creek. Son of Jos. WAKELIN of Wahoo. He was born Jan. 8, 1858, Coventry, England. To Omaha in 1862; to Chester Pct., Saunders County in 1870. Survivors: parents, borthers (sic), Joseph & William, sister, Myrta and Mrs. Mary MUNSON.
Jun. 30, 1901: A boy born to Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence WATSON, Wahoo.
Jul. 26, 1901: Nettie Mae NEFF WELLMAM died Wahoo. Born Nov. 18, 1863, Fennimore, WI. Married A. H. WELLMAN, Oct. 24, 1891. Interment, Sunrise Cemetery.
Jul. 20, 1901: Eulah WINTER, daughter of John WINTER, had 4th birthday.
Jul. 1901: T. C. WRIGHT, the new hardware man, leaves for Mound City, MO to move his family to Ashland.

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Submitted by: Mrs. Merlin (Rose Marie) Hulse of Exeter, NE.

BLUE VALLEY CEMETERY, YORK COUNTY

This Cemetery is located in the southeast corner of the South West Quarter of Section 8 in Township 9 North, Range 1 West or 8 miles north and 1/2 mile west from the east edge of Exeter, NE or 5 1/2 miles south and 1/2 mile east of the Waco Interchange on Interstate 80 or 7 miles east 1 mile north and 1/2 mile west of McCool Junction, NE.

There are 151 tombstones on this cemetery. William SMITH, son of Samuel and Sarah A. SMITH is the oldest grave, 1867 - 1868.

Five Civil War Veterans are also buried here.

This cemetery was read by Mrs. Merlin (Rose Marie) Hulse of Exeter, NE in August 1977.

ALLEN, son of Jens and Sarah -- rest of stone is broken and couldn't be read.
AUSTIN, Seth -- 1842 - 1911
AUSTIN, Louis -- 1851 - 1897
AUSTIN, William -- 16 February 1891 - Age 18 years, 16 days
ARMSTRONG, Phebe Icoma -- Daughter of W. H. and L. ARMSTRONG, 2 Nov 1871 - 10 Sep 1872
BARNSLEY, Mary WRITEHEAD -- Wife of Geo. BARDSLEY - Born in England - 7 Apr 1815 - 27 Jun 1873
BARNHILL, Rev. William -- 16 Jul 1886 - Age 48 years, 1 month, 4 days
BEARDEN, Eathel V. -- Daughter of T. and S. B. BEARDEN - 11 Aug 1879 - age 21 months, 14 days
BRADLEY, Sarah -- Wife of J. BRADLEY - 3 Apr 1878 - Age 49 years, 6 months, 1 day
BROWN, Maggie J. -- Daughter of Alex & Anna S. BROWN - 8 Apr 1883 - 4 Nov 1886


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Blue Valley Cemetery, York County (continued)

BUCKLEY, Mary -- Wife of J. BUCKLEY - 25 Apr 1889 - Age 46 years, 10 months, 22 days
BUCKLEY, Philip Eugene -- Son of J. and M. BUCKLEY - 26 Jul 1878 - Age 4 months, 2 days
CATE, I. C. Son of M. B. and L. I. CATE - 12 Apr 1879
CHATTERTON, Henry - 26 Mar 1883 - Age 68 years (Civil War) G. A. R. 1861 - 1865
CHATTERTON, Bathsheba -- wife 1 Sep 1814 - 14 Dec 1899
COOK, Maude L, -- Mother - 22 Feb 1882 - 23 May 1953
CROWDER, Oliver -- 10 Jan 1847 - 22 May 1901; Company K, 47 Illinois Vols. (Civil War) G.A.R. 1861 - 1865
CROWDER, Charles William -- 1873 - 1953
CROWDER, Mary Ellen -- 20 Aug 1876 - 1 Nov 1909
CROWDER, Florence -- 1884 - 1921
CROWDER, Bert A. - 1887 - 1915
CROWDER, Archie Encil -- 24 Nov 1897 - 24 Sep 1899
CROWDER, Children of O. and P. A. CROWDER
CROWDER, Florence -- 24 Oct 1886 - Age 8 years, 2 months, 19 days
CROWDER, Hattie L. 14 Oct 1886 - Age 6 years, 11 months, 4 days
CROWDER, James -- 15 Oct 1886 - Age 5 years, 5 months, 15 days
CROWDER, Richard S. -- 19 Oct 1886 - Age 2 years, 11 months, 19 days
CROWDER, Forest Oliver -- our pet - Son of O. F. and A. M. CROWDER - Nov 1898 - 5 Aug 1899
DAINTON, Issac -- 22 Feb 1834 - 14 Jun 1907
DAINTON, Elizabeth -- wife - 6 Apr 1844 - 4 Jan 1915
DAINTON, Sadia -- daughter 9 Oct 1887 - Age 7 years, 5 mooths, 1 day
DAINTON, Chester (on same lots as above but no dates or relationship)
DEEMS, Elizabeth -- Wife of Albert DEEMS - 26 Jul 1879 - Age 52 years, 3 months, 15 days.
DEEMS, Elizabeth Jane -- Daughter of Albert and Elizabeth DEEMS - 25 Jul 1871 - Age 1 year, 6 months
DEFFENBAUGH, Solomon S. -- father - 25 Mar 1838 - 20 Sep 1929
DEFFENBAUGH, Amanda -- mother - 27 Mar 1850 - 3 May 1931
DEFFENBAUGH, Alice May -- daughter - 24 Jun 1877 - 2 Feb 1879
DEFFENBAUGH, J. Calvin -- husband - 8 Dec 1874 - 26 May 1955
DEFFENBAUGH Esther W. wife -- 1 Jun 1889 - 22 Jan 1947
FOUSE, Nerva -- 1844 - 1918 (Civil War) GAR 1861 - 1865
FOUSE, Sophonisba -- 8 Nov 1835 - 9 Dec 1896
FREEMAN, Marvin -- 28 Jul 1856 - 29 May 1913
FREEMAN, Millie -- 15 Jan 1861 - 9 Jun 1917
FREEMAN, Infant Son -- 9 Jan 1890 - Age 9 days
FREEMAN, Oscar -- Son of L. and A. D. FREEMAN - 29 Aug 1885 - Age 3 years, 4 months, 13 days
FREEMAN, Winfield S. -- 18 Jul 1854 - 14 Nov 1919
FREEMAN, Sophia -- 1 Feb 1852 - 25 Jul 1925
FRENCH, Johanna H. -- Wife of Jacob FRENCH - 6 Mar 1373 - Age 43 years, 14 days
GILMORE, Jonas -- 5 Apr 1842 - 26 Aug 1910
GILMORE, Jane -- 1 Jun 1844 - 9 Mar 1930
GILMORE, Encil E. 25 May 1869 - 24 Jul 1944
GILMORE. Sarah EASTMAN -- 12 Nov 1869 - 26 Dec 1953
GILMORE, Goldie Irene -- 18 Oct 1898
GILMORE, Henry -- 15 Jan 1879 - Age 26 years, 5 months, 15 days
GILMORE, Phebe -- 12 Jan 1885 - Age 27 years, 5 months, 2 days
HALL, George W. -- 6 Aug 1882 - 30 Jan 1963
HALL, Elzadie E. 5 Jun 1882 - 15 Mat 1969
HALL, Ellie -- 21 Mar 1910 - 17 Jul 1927
HALL, Gilbert E. -- 27 Nov 1911 - 30 Jan 1934
HANEY, Children of J. H. and S. E. Haney
HANEY, Emma -- 19 Aug 1877 - Age 1 year, 8 months, 17 days
HANEY, Twin babies --- 11 Apr 1888
HEDGECOCK, Henry J.-- Son of A. G. and L. HEDGECOCK - 28 Nov 1876 - Age 3 months
HILLER, Daughter of M. and S. HILLER -- 30 Jul 1882 - Age 1 year, 5 months, 14 days
HINER, John W. -- 1874 - 1930
HINER, Ella C. -- 1879 - 1957
HINER, Infant -- 6 Mar 1900 - 11 Apr 1900
IMEL, Henry -- 15 Jan 1792 - 7 Sep 1888
JOHNSON, Hayo C -- 29 Feb 1844 - 12 Jan 1925
JOHNSON, Augusta -- 8 Aug 1860 - 30 Apr 1893
JOHNSON, Anna M. -- 19 Apr 1849 - 2 Sep 1925
JOHNSON, Richard Ben -- 1882 - 1932


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Blue Valley Cemetery, York County (continued)

JONES, Alta May -- Wife of D. C. JONES - 28 Oct 1902 - Age 25 years, 4 days
JONES, Infant daughter of Roy and Altha JONES - 17 July 1934
KELLEY, Robert S. -- 26 Jun 1828 - 25 Nov 1893
KELLEY, Mary J. -- 16 Jun 1836 - 18 Sep 1902
KELSO, James -- Company H. 14th Illinois Infantry (Civil War) G.A.R. 1861 - 1865
LAMMERS, Thomas W. -- Son of L. and N. LAMMERS - 18 Aug 1883 - Age 1 year, 1 month, 1 day
LUNDY, Lizzie -- Wife of S. W. LUNDAY - 25 Oct 1862 - 19 Jan 1912
LUNDY, Henry I. -- 1 May 1890 - Age 7 years, 4 months, 27 days
MACE, George -- 15 Jan 1892 - Age 83 years, 15 days
MANNING, Florence May -- Daughter of R. S. and Ruth MANNING - 16 Aug 1874 - 25 Apr 1876
MANNING, R. S. Jr. -- Son of R. S. and RUTH MANNING - 22 Aug 1882 - Age 3 months, 27 days
MATTHEWS, There is no inscription on tombstone for the husband, John MATTHEWS, but there is a G.A.R. marker 1861 - 1865 (Civil War)
MATTHEWS, Jane -- Wife of John MATTHEWS - 13 Jan 1837 - 18 Sep 1901
MATTHEWS, John E. -- 11 Jul 1871 - 28 Sep 1872
MATTHEWS, Ira -- 27 Sep 1880 - 7 Jun 1881
MAXWELL, Falas -- Son of T. C. and Eliza MAXWELL - 30 Dec 1884 - Age 4 years, 9 months, 15days
McCREARY, Nancy -- Wife of J. L. McCREARY - 16 Apr 1876 - Age 20 years, 10 months, 2 days
McKEEVER, Thomas -- 8 Apr 1814 - 14 Nov 1880
McKEEVER, Sarah J. -- 21 Mar 1840 - 6 Aug 1901
McKEEVER, William M. -- 13 Sep 1859 - 28 Jun 1935
McMILLAN, Children of J. M. and J. A. McMILLAN
McMILLAN, Maggie N. A. -- 27 Feb 1877
McMILLAN, William R. -- 6 Mar 1877 - Age 5 years
MITCHELL, George W. -- 21 Apr 1867 - 17 Apr 1956
MITCHELL, Mary -- 8 Sep 1866 - 28 May 1951
OTIS, Twin babies of F. P. OTIS -- 26 Aug 1888
PARSONS, Children of E. D. and M. E. PARSONS
PARSONS, Carrie M. -- 10 Sep 1872 - Age 9 months, 14 days
PARSONS, Conduce M. -- 6 Feb 1887 - Age 17 years, 5 months, 14 days
PARSONS, Winslow M. -- 16 Feb 1887 - Age 2 years, 7 months, 4 days
PARSONS, Ezram -- 17 Feb 1887 - Age 4 years, 7 months, 19 days
PETERSEN, Jens C. -- 1 May 1891 - 29 Dec 1970
PETERSEN, Anna M. -- 1889 - no date
PETERSEN, Jewell -- 3 Jun 1927 - 5 Jun 1937
PETERSEN, Dale -- 27 in. 1936 - 29 Jun 1975
PHILLIPS, Leonard -- 13 May 1836 - 19 Sep 1891
PHILLIPS, Ann -- 16 Aug 1843 - 3 Aug 1920
POLZIN, Albert -- 18 Apr 1857
POLZIN, Harriet -- 27 Jan 1832 - 26 Sep 1915
POLZIN, Anna -- 13 Dec 1862 - 7 Feb 1924
PORTER, Edwin -- 3 May 1817 - 13 Nov 1902
PORTER, Maria -- 25 Feb 1817 - Jan 1900
RUNYAN, Children of T. K. and Rachel RUNYAN
RUNYAN, Sarah      Both gravestones are buried deep in a lilac bush and it is difficult
RUNYAN, Samuel    to get any information.
SCHNEBLY, Hiram. H. -- 16 Jan 1847 - 23 Aug 1930
SHARP, Jessie T. -- Daughter of L. C. AND A. R. SHARP - 3 Jul 1896 - 24 Feb 1897
SMITH, C. M. -- 1 Aug 1815 - 16 Oct 1893
SMITH, Levesta -- 12 Mar 1888 - Age 72 years
SMITH, J. M. -- 17 0ct 1880 - Age 25 years, 8 months
SMITH, Hattie -- 30 Aug 1882 - Age 30 years, 7 months, 8 days
SMITH, Mary H. S. -- Daughter of L. A. SMITH - 23 Feb 1887 - Age 6 years, 3 months
SMITH, Samuel -- 1841 - 1902
SMITH, Sarah A. -- 1846 - 1924
SMITH, William -- 1867 - 1868
SMITH, James -- 1870 - 1872
SMITH, Nora -- 1882 - 1883
SMITH, Baby -- 1892 - 1893
SMITH, W. B. -- 31 Aug 1859 - 18 Jul 1888
STERLING, Walter -- 25 Dec 1887 - Age 50 years


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Blue Valley Cemetery, York County (continued)

STEVENS, Henderson P. -- Son of ( ) and S. STEVENS - 1880 or 1889 - Tombstone has a chip out of it.
SWARTZ, David H. -- 6 July 1844 - 6 Oct 1881
TAYLOR, Atlas. P. -- 1850 - 1910
TAYLOR, Drusilla -- 1845 - 1918
TAYLOR, Bert -- 1878 - 1892
TAYLOR, Minnie -- 1880 - 1899
THORSREARDON, Sarah -- 2 Jul 1877 - Age 37 years, 7 months, 14 days
VANCE, George -- 2 Mar 1819 - 10 Oct 1909
VANCE, Sophie -- 17 May 1827 - 18 Oct 1909
VANDEVENTER, Abraham B. -- 26 Mar 1877 - Age 68 years
VANDEVENTER, Arthur -- 5 Aug 1843 - 24 Aug 1926
VANDEVENTER, N. E. -- 5 Jul 1884 - Age 36 years, 9 months, 10 days
VANDEVENTER, Bernice -- 7 Nov 1900 - 29 Aug 1948
WALLACE, Robert Henry -- Son of John and Anna WALLACE - 27 Nov 1876 - Age 1 month, 17 days
WASH, Bertha B. -- Daughter of J. W. and I. WASH. -- 5 May 1885 - Age 5 months, 15 days
WHOSTENHOLM, Hannah -- 1833 - 1875
WIESE, Sophie -- 24 Feb 1850 - 8 Oct 1906
WILEY, Urbadora J. -- Daughter of J. and A. WILEY - 2 Dec 1874 - Age 4 years, 11 months, 10 days
WILLIAMS, S and M. -- Infant daughter - 2 July 1905; Infant son - 5 Oct 1906
WIRTHEL, William -- 1880 - 1940
WIRTHEL, Dora 1882 - 1935

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Submitted by: Joyce E. Barlow, Butte, Nebraska

BELLEVUE COLLEGE - 1880 - 1919 (Sarpy County)
Published by Hastings College, Hastings, Nebraska, 19 October 1962

Bellevue College was organized on October 16, 1880. First classes did not start until three years later. The first material signs that a college was started were evident on July 4, 1883 when the cornerstone was laid for Clarke Hall. College classes opened on September 10, 1883; twenty six students met at the Bellevue Presbyterian Church for opening exercises. Classes were held in near-by residences, where the three minister-teachers taught. They were the Rev. W. J. BOLLMAN, temporary President: The Rev. D. N. DES ISLETS, secretary of the faculty; and the Rev. Francis S. BLAYNEY.

Of the twenty-six students, seven were from the village itself. The others, from Osceola, Omaha, Waterloo, Lincoln, Ashland, Plattemouths, St. Edward, Papillion, Oakdale, Seward and as far away as McCook.

During these first two years, all students were classified as academy pupils. It was not until the beginning of the third year that any registered for work in the college department. Of the total enrollment of fifty-eight that year, eight were registered as college freshmen. Four years later on June 13, 1899, three of this group comprised the first graduating class from Bellevue College.

The First World War interrupted the program of Bellevue and depleted its personnel. At the request of the Bellevue alumni, the scholastic records and credits of former Bellevue students were transferred to Hastings Collage in 1934, and the degrees of those who had graduated from Bellevue College and Bellewue Normal College were validated by Hastings College, Hastings, Nebraska. Below is a list of graduates of Bellevue College

1889: Milton Elisha LEWIS, Rufus Jay PADDOCK, William Roland WILLIAMS.
1892: Harry Austin CARNAHAN, Morris Blanche DAVIES, Charles ANDERSON MITCHELL, David OASTLER.
1893: Fred Isaac LYMAN.
1895: Mary Theodora MORRIS, Elizabeth CONNOR, Lottie E. A. HAMILTON
1896: Clinton WOODS LOWRIE, Theodore MORNING, Elizabeth Caroline PALMER, Russel TAYLOR, George Franklin WILLIAMS
1897: Juliet Sarah HAMILTON, Delta Pearl JONES, Harry Silas KESSLER, George Richard LUNN, James OASTLER, Francis YOUNG NICHOLS


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1898: Jordan Tyler Lyell COATES
1899: Jonathan Trumbull BACKUS, Jr., Lloyd CUNNINGHAM
1900: William Nichols BAIRD, Margaret Savage CURRENS, Willie Holmes KERR, Camille LUCAS, May Wylie NICHOLL, Fred Clarence PHELPS, William John SHALLCROSS, Alice Mary STODDARD.
1901: Hiram Louis DENTON, Bertha Hope LEE, Lottie Mae LEE, James McDowell PATTON, Vacslav ZIEGLER, Emery Ernest ZIMMERMAN.
1902: Charles Benjamin ALEXANDER, Edward Francis HAMMOND, Charles Frederick KOEHLER.
1903: Josephine Adelaide BYLLESBY, George C. H. ERNEST. Agnes Deborah HATFIELD, Anna Mary MARGRAVE, Rutherford A. McWHORTER
1904: Lulu Alma BYRAM, Amy Jean CAYA, Theodore Reynolds COOPER, Glenwood DARLING, Daisy Dean DICKASON, Adda Mary GUTTERY, Mary Sherrard KERR, Arthur Guy McCOY, Eunice Grace NICHOLL, William Even NICHOLL, Margaret Bernice PETERS, William Hansford POPE, Charles C. SAWTELL, Perry MacDowell WHEELER, Mathew Hale WILSON, Charles Alanson WOOD.
1905: Edith Estelle BAIRD, Caroline Isabel BAIRD, Alexander Taylor COOPER, Mary Elizabeth COVERT, Rachel Jane FERGUSON, Albert Eugene FISHER, Jeanette Rebecca FLETCHER, Stuart McIlveen HUNTER, Helen Louise LITTLE, Thomas George NETHERY, Claton Silas RICE, George Solomon SLONE, Frank W. THROW, Cora Louisa WIGTON, DeWitt Clinton WILLIAMSON.
1906: Charles Edward BASKERVILLE, Lou Irene BRADLEY, Isabel Cora CLARK, Albert Russell EVERHART, Harriet Mary FLETCHER, Clara May FOLEY, Walter Cheston GIFFEN, Grace Julia KEARNS, James Edwin SHELLEDY, Archibald Marley SMITH, Clifford Even TREXLER, Harrison Anthony TREXLER, Edith Janet WRIGHT, Josiah Morton YOUNG.
1907: Arthur Joseph DRESSLER, Lydia Genevieve HAMBLIN, Andrew HARVEY, Jr., Lucy Mae HEMSTREET, Lillian JOHNSON, Marcus Everett LINDSAY, Clara Louise PHELPS, Edward Byron ROGERS, George W. WOODARD.
1908: Herbert Edwin ANDREWS, Josephine Olive BOWEN, Elizabeth Arthur CHRISTIE, Raymond McCague CORSSMAN, Mary Helens DALE, Belva Ethel FEES, Gretchen HORST, William Alexander KEARNS, Jessie Ann KENNEDY, Irene LITCHENWALLNER, Anna Mabel McCLELLAND, Edith May NETHERY, Harry Stuart NICHOLL, Leila Margaret OSTENBERG, Washington Erwin PATTON, Clarence Ray POPE, James Cloyd QUIGLEY, Fred Dalton RICE, Newton John RICE, Amy Ethel SMITH, Linn Perry SULLENBERGER, Mary Helen TOLLES.
1909: Leon Rex CAREY, Miloslav FILIPI, Charles Graver GRAVES, Hartwell Hastings HAMBLIN, Bertha HATFIELD, Myrtle Elizabeth HUNTER, Lulu May KISSINGER, Pearl KISSINGER, William Verner Cunningham McCORMACK, Leigh Duncan OHMAN, Lena Alberta O'KANE, James Guy PHELPS, Abbie May ROBERTSON.
1910: Edith ATWATER, William Clair ATWATER, Florence Beatrice BAIRD, Florence Margaret CLARK, Frederick Donald ENFIELD, Edward Christian HANSEN, Fred Alonzo JONES, Carl Oscar LARSON, Dean McKinley MOHR, William James PRIMROSE, Margaret Clare QUIGLEY, Sojiro SHIMIZU, William Bradford SMITH, Leslie Franklin SWEETLAND, Eve Helen WOLTEMATH.
1911: Auguatus Charles BARRY, Henry John BRANDT, Florence Leona CURRIE, William Edmund DYSART, Abel Ray FINDLEY, Goldie Elsie FOWLER, Sadie Keeffer GILLAN, Raymond Viles KEARNS, Zella Merna KISSINGER, Margaret Jessie OHMAM, Eve Fern PHILLIPS, David PRIMROSE, Glen Lathrop RICE, Frances Julia SWEETLAND, Ferris Ellsworth WEBB.
1912: Avis Angle BOYD. Vera Ethel BRADEN, Marguerite BRADLEY, Joseph Harrison CLAYBAUGH, Thomas James CURRIE, Herbert Dewey CURTISS, Laurel Marie ERWIN, Earl Jackson FOWLER, Else Pauline HUBERLE, John Herbert JONES, Howard Carlisle MAYES, Thomas Fisher MILLER, Clare Wilhelmine MILLER, Helen Elizabeth SMITH, Stanley Clark STOOKEY.
1913: Lucile BETZ, Chris BONDERSON, Albert Wheeler DOWDEN, John Alford HANNA, Marie Mildred HANNA, Clare Ethel HUBERLE, Paul Covey JOHNSTON, Paul Colgrove KAMANSKI, Archibald Jay KEARNS, Hermie KNAPP, Cora Marguerite NESBIT, Rinold Lachlan OHMAN, Marie Effie PHELPS, Sylvia Isabella ROBERTSON.
1914: William Copley FINDLEY, Jeanette GOODWILL, Frank HALDERMAN, Helen Winogene HAMBLIN, Arthur Raymond JONES, Susanne KINNIER, Barbara Joy KNAPP, Paul QUACKENBUSH, Orie Lee WEBB.
1915: Helen Eulalia ALLEN, Marguerite JACK, Paul OHMAN, Katherine PHELPS, Miriam WEINLAND.
1916: John Martin BLOOMQUIST, Paul Wyckoff CUMMINGS, Mary Putnam DENNY, Anne Margaret JOHNSTON, Barton Nicholas MAXWELL, Bernice MITCHELL, Ethlyn Arline SMITH.
1917: Walter RACELY, Ruth JILLSON, Ralph MARTIN.
1918: Nora MOHR, Susan JILLSON, Stephen R. CUMMINGS.
1919: Charles Garrison DWIGHT, George L. EVANS, Elizabeth KINTNER, Myrna MATTHEWS, Kathryn OHMAN, Garwood C. RICHARDSON, Ruth WEINLAND.

Below is a list of graduates of Bellevue Normal College -- Bellevue, Nebraska

1892: Ila Lee ADAMS, Louisa Agnes ADAMS, Anna F. BLANCHARD, Mamie Ellen WALLACE.


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1893: Anna Elizabeth KYD, Edna Luella MATTHEWS, Althea RHAMEY, Amy Alda WATTS.
1897: M. Carrie ELLIOTT, Helen GOODWILL, Nellie NESBTT, Emma Elizabeth SMITH.
1899: Blanche BARBER, Olive BURTCH, Agnes SMITH.
1900: Gertrude DURRY, Jessie Simonda FLYNT, Mary Dudley FLYNT, Laura EAST, Helen H. LONGSDORF, Margaret Bernice PETERS, Mabel Barnett ARTHUR. Verna F. COLE, Lydia S. KALLSTROM, Emilie Rose FINGADO.
1903: Frances Aileen DUNHAM, Anna Ferguson HARVEY, Elizabeth Isabelle HATFIELD, Reba Adams McLAUGHLIN, Lucy May HEMSTREET, Amanda Theresa KOLLIN, Nellie Floss PAYNE, Anna N. MOORE, Susan Grace POPE, Alice Mildred SCHUTT.
1904: Amos Whitman GATES, Delia Samantha GATES, Anne Caroline JAMES, Adda Rebecca THRUBER, Caroline Louise WILLIAMS.
1906: Elsie Rebecca BAKER.
1907: Harriet E. RICE, Abbie May ROBERTSON, Ruth HEYDON, Goldie JOHNSON, Harriet LOCHHEAD, Margaret RANDALL.
1908: Myrtle McGAVERN, Edith BACHELDER, Minnie HASS, Ella HOLT, Cora JOHNSON, Esther V. JOHNSON, Leta G. KELLOGG, Martha McLAUGHLIN, Alice Wave OAKLEY, Anna ROBERTSON, Annetta SHERRY, Lottie WRIGHT.
1909: Lola Belle BANISTER, Donna Clara FITCH, Rena HAMEL, Bernice Viola PETERSEN, Hermance STEARNS, Bertha BARBER, Herman BALESTER. Mabel HENRIKSON, Christine Marie JENSEN, Elvira JILLSON, Lida Margaret JOHNSON, Frances Reade MARTIN, Jennie McDERMUT, Lena MORTENSEN, Mabel Norine SPANTON.
1910: Ella May AUTEN, Ethel Wells DEETER, Margaret Laflesche FARLEY, Stella JOHNSON, Eva MITCHELL, Cora McDONALD, Margaret NUNN, Anna NYSTROM, Mabel SCOTT, Hulda Elizabeth TISSEL.
1911: Mabel FICHTER, Mabel HENRIKSON, Gladys Vera LUMSDEN, Jennie PATTERSON, Margaret M. CRANE, Zilpha Edna THURBER, Flossie BRUNKER, Edna May HANSON, Georgina Ruth DAVIS, Agnes Ruth FITZGERALD, Grace Morris HUTTEN.
1913: Katherine NIELSEN, Margaret PORTER, Lauretta Julia REID, Emma ANDERSON, Helen Mary BRANNAN, Fannie CLEVELAND, Adelaide CRAWFORD, Nellie Bernice HINDLEY, Amy Ellen JOHNSON, Clara Margaret LANGDON, Alberta Anne NOE, Lydia UNDERHILL, Bessie WILSON.
1914: Helen CORR, Adele DAVIS, Lucile FLEMING, Beulah BURKETT, Veronica FARRELL, Ida KOCH, Goldie Ida MORTER.
1915: Helen N. ANDREWS, Sylvia Cecile BRUNTON, Cecile CAMPBELL, Beatrice DUNN, Wilma FRAZEUR, Margaret HERMAN, Olga D. JACOBSON, Muriel KINDRED, Nellie Mae KINTNER, Estella MAXFIELD, Alice NUNN, Ella PURCELL, Grace WALKER, Hazel Mae ZOLL.
1916: Edith L. HOVER, Maud I. HOVER, Doris F. LINDBURG, Nellie NOYES, Ellabelle PURCEL, Chapman RUMSEY, Katherine L. SHANAHAN, Beatrice S. SLOSS, Bessie Van DUSEN, Walter E. WEBB.
1917: Jettie L. BLANCHI, Gladys E. FOSTER, Eleanor P. INGERSOLL, Ethel GATES, Katie C. HARRY, Frieda. A. SILER, Victoria BARR, Edna FITCHER, Agnes BRENNAN.

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Submitted by: Ralph Miller, McCook, Nebraska

Newspaper Abstract: 15 July 1918, Monday, McCook (Red Willow), Nebraska
Re-classified List and Classification of 1918 Registrants

Class of 1917 Called for Physical Examination, July 23, 1918.

CRUVER, Jay D., McCook HENDERSON, James Y., McCook ROEDEL, Emil Prosper, McCook
NEUBAUER, Evert, McCook BURNS, John James, McCook KENNEDY, Frank X., McCook
TURNER, Harmon Minkler, McCook CLAMP, John George, McCook SCHMER, John, McCook
WILHELM, Charles Fred, McCook KISKER, Chas, Fred, McCook LOFTON, Chester Arthur,
WILBUR, Garrett McKinley, Indianola LIEBRANDT, Wm. Fred, McCook

McCook

BERNDT, Earl Roy, Cedar Bluffs, Ks. UNGER, Gottlieb L., Cedar BOEHLING, Christian J.,
SEEMAN, Edward Albert, Indianola

Bluffs, Ks.

Marion

QUIGLEY, Earl, Indianola COLLING, Herman Matthew, OHLSON, Roy Malix, Bartley
SUCHROUE, Joseph, Ridott, IL

Indianola

UERLING, Geroge, Indianola
DANIELS, Irl Warren, Bartley HANG, Francis Anthony, Eartley MARTS, Dwight Acie, Bartley
CLAYTON, Orville Elmer, Danbury REMINGTON, George, Danbury OHLSON, Carl Wm., Cambridge
KUHLMAN, Jos. Henry, Camridge(?) KUEHN, John Casper, Cambridge KING, Roy Allen, Bartley
HART, Roy Grover, Bartley SPRINGER, Marion Chas., Lebanon INGRAM, Earl Lorenzo,
MINNICK, Walter S., Emphoria, KS STEPHENS, George L., Lebanon

Lebanon

WALTERS, Harry Alex., Lebanon KUHLMAN, Robert Henry, Cambridge HORTON, Robert L., Lebanon
YINGLING, Charlie Milton, Leb. ORR, Harry, Lebanon SHIELDS, Wm. Glenn, McCook.


NEBRASKA STATE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
SUMMER 1980
Page 25
Volume III, No. 1

Newspaper Abstracts: McCook, (Red Willow County), Nebraska (continued)

Class of 1918, Who Did Not Claim Exemptions Called for Physical Examination July 24 1918

BLAIR, Clair Ernest, Bartley RUBY, William Wesley, Indianola RISHEL, William Enos, McCook
BELL, John Wesley, McCook YARNELL, Leon L., Danbury HENRICKS, John Wm., Marion
HOOVER, Jay Henry H., Bartley SUPHROUE, Clarence E., Bartley SMITH, John Rollie, Indianola
McBRIEN, James Royal, McCook McMILLEN, J. Harvey, McCook LOFTON, Elmer Chas, McCook
NEWBERRY, Alfred Lorenzo, SAWYER, Daniel Walter, McCook FOUST, John, McCook
     Marion ZIMMERMAN, Cecil Ozora, Danbury BECHTEL, Charlie Clifford,
JENSEN, Ernest Christian, McCLAIN, Harry Dover, McCook      Indianola
     Indiaonla WILCOX, Roy Fowler, McCook HUNTWORK, George Wm., Bartley
WRIGHT, William Guy, Bartley VAUGHN, Lynn, McCook. ELDRED, Charles Pratt, McCook
COLLING, Ralph P., Indianola KREIGER, John Wm McCook MAYS, Charley Daniel, Lebanon
BURNETT, Eldridge Bryan, SHEPHERD, Ralph LeRoy, McCook CLAPP, George Amer, McCook
     McCook FINNELL, Lester R., Indianola GILLEN, Frank Clarence, McCook
BERGIN, James Frank, Indianola McCARTY, Leon Bert, Lebanon

Classification of the 1918 Registrants by the Local Board

Ord. No.
Name
Class.
Ord. No.
Name
Class.
1
KIRCHER, Albert
1-A
2
BLAIR, Clair Ernest
1-A
3
RUBY, William Wesley
1-A
4
DEAN, William Arthur
1-A
5
SUITER, Edward Patrick
1-A
6
CASHEN, Harold
1-A
7
RISHEL, William Enos
1-A
8
BELL, John Wesley
1-A
9
YARNALL, Leon L.
l-X
10
BUSH, Frank E
1-A
11
SMITH, Carl Raymond
1-A
12
JONES, Donmie
1-X
13
WINTERS, William J. B.
2-K
14
HENRICKS, John William
1-A
15
HAAG, Leo Bernard
1-A
16
BAUMBACH, Edward Carl
1-A
17
HOOVER, John H. H.
1-X
18
REINERS, Albert H
1-A
19
LEOPOLD, Orville L.
1-X
20
WILSON, Clifford
1-A
21
SUGEROUE, Clarence Ed.
1-A
22
SMITH, John Rollie
1-A
23
UNGER, Gustove William
1-A
24
MALLECK, Tony P
1-A
25
McBRIEN, James Royal
1-A
26
McMILLIN, J. Harvey
1-A
27
LOFTON, Elmer Charles
1-A
28
SIMS, Robert Lowell
1-A
29
NEWBERRY, Alfred Lorenzo
1-A
30
SAWYER, Daniel William
1-X
31
POTTHOFF, Gerhard John
1-A
32
WARD, William Woods
1-A
33
BROWN, Don Cameron
1-A
34
FEARN, Erneet Edward
1-A
35
CROCKER, John James
1-A
36
FOUST, John
1-A
37
ZIMMERNAN, Cecil Ozora
1-A
38
JACQUES, James George
1-X
39
BURROWS, Lyle J.
1-A
40
BEGHTEL, Channie Clifford
1-A
41
JENSEN, Ernest Christian
1-A
42
WHISLER, George
1-A
43
BARNETT, Frank Frees
1-A
44
McCLAIN, Harry Dover
1-X
45
WILCOX, Roy Fowler
1-A
46
HUNTWORK, George William
1-A
47
RANDEL, Leon Millard
1-A
48
KING, Sidney Albert
1-A
49
WRIGHT, William Guy
1-A
50
ENGLAND, John Robert
1-A
51
FIDLER, Lloyd Homer
1-A
52
JUSSEL, Joseph Andrew
1-A
53
VAUGHEN, Lynne
1-A
54
ELDRED, Charles Pratt
1-A
55
EYANS, Martin Lewis
5-D
56
NELSON, Hugo William
3-B
57
BOYER, Benjamin Edward
1-X
58
HELT, Harry Ralph
1-A
59
COLLING, Ralph P.
1-X
60
GREIGER, John William
1-A
61
MAYS, Charley Daniel
1-A
62
NOKES, Leslie Earl
4-A
63
VAN VLEET, Clarence S.
1-A
64
BURNETT, Eldnidge Bryan
1-A
65
BROWN, Dick Henton
1-A
66
WINTERS, Arthur C
5-D
67
HINZ, Emil Herman
1-A
68
CANAGA, Elias Wesley
1-A
69
SHEPHERD, Ralph LeRoy
1-A
70
SCHMITZ, Leo Joseph
2-B
71
FOLEY, William Bryan
4-A
72
FINNELL, Lester R
1-A
73
CLAPP, George Amer
1-A
74
GILLIN, Frank Clarence
1-A
75
DEMERE, Andrew Nepolian
1-X
76
BERGIN, James Frank
1-A
77
POORE, Jay Webster
1-A
78
CARR, Harry Lee
1-X
79
HARRY, Victor Merille
l-X
80
HARRIS, Otis
2-B
81
DOLPH, Joel Button
4-A
82
McCARTY, Leon Bert
1-A

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