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Names Mentioned in the Chase County Tribuen (sic) , continued

Austin NUTT, farmer, 77 yrs old, living near Mt. Hope church 7 mi west of Ashland was found dead hanging from a tree. Since the death of his wife 2 yrs ago he has been losing his mind due to poor health.

Miss Fern ADAMSON, dau of A.J. ADAMSON of Auburn, may not live due to serious burns rec'd from fire at residence of B. MELOTT.

E.E. GREER of Cambridge died in Omaha. Lvs. widow & children.

C. E. TIZELL, Jefferson co. farmer killed by mowing machine.

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Submitted by Eastern NE Gen. Society, Fremont, Ne. By Claire Mares

UNNAMED CEMETERY near Bruno, NE, Butler Co.

Row 1 south to north

Louise N. GROSS (nee LEVESON)

Peter GROSS

in Husum Schleswig

3 May 1816 Schleswig-Holstein

26 Nov 1821   14 Apr 1899

24 Mar 1894


 

in lilac bush:

Fredricks Marie (nee GOTHA)

Friedrich N. GUENTHER

Frau GENTHER

23 Jun 1870    24 Sep 1889 10 yr 4 mo 1 day

11 Feb 1830    2 Mar 1894

Gustav A. GUENTHER

2 June 1872    6 Jan 1885 12 yr 7 mo 4days

Row 2 north to south

Carl GUENTHER

Emilie LEUFERT (nee HOSSER)

13 Nov 1834     24 Nov 1913   79 yr 11 mo

d 1 Nov 1908    66 yr 4 ds

Friederike Dorothea Elisabeth GUENTHER (nee HOESSE)

Carl LEUFERT

20 Dec 1833    12 Oct 1909     75 yr 9 mo 21 days

25 Dec 1841    20 Nov 1921

 

Henry FRICKE

Friedrike FRICKE

24 Feb 1857    31 Mar 1937

29 Apr 1865    19 May 1945

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Submitted by Fort Kearny Genealogical Society

BUFFALO COUNTY HOMESTEAD CLAIMS INDEX PRIOR TO 1880 H-L

Buffalo County Township Codes: Arm-Armada, Bea-Beaver, Ced-Cedar, Cern-Center, Che-Cherry Creek, Div-Divide, Elm-Elm Creek, Gad-Garfield, Gar-Gardner, Gib-Gibbon, Gra-Grant, Har-Harrison, Log, Logan, Lou-Loup, Ode-Odessa, Pla-Platte, Riv-Riverdale, Rus-Susco, Sar-Sartoria, Sch-Schneider, Sco-Scott, Sha-Sharon, She-Shelton, Tho--Thornton, Val-Valley

Robert HAINES, 1873 Cen

J. H. HARRISON 1875 Div

Robert HICK 1871 Gib

George HALL, 1873 Ode

J.A. HARRON 1878 Cen

W. D. HICK 1871 Gib

W.S. HALL 1873 Tho

E. A. HARTMAN 1874 Cen

S. HIGGINS 1873 Ced

James HALLIWELL, 1874 Ode

John HARTWELL 1878 Pla

M.N. HILDEBRAND 1875 Riv

D. HALSEY 1875 Gra

John HAUG 1872 She

C.S. HILL 1876 Riv

F. G. HAMER 1874 Tho

H.H. HAVEN 1873 Val

S.S. HILL 1876 Riv

C. L. HAMILTON 1875 Gra

Julia HAVEN 1878 Riv

H. HILLFICKER 1871 Cen

D. HAMILTON 1879 Div

W. E. HAWLEY 1878 Cen

J. HILLFICKER 1872 Cen

Oscar HAMILTON 1874 Arm

A. HENDERSON 1872 Cen

I.J. HILLMAN 1872 Riv

O.C. HANCOCK 1871 Sha

A. HENDERSON 1879 Tho

G. M. HIVELY 1872 Cen

H. F. HAND 1874 Lou

S. HENDRICKSON 1878 Gar

J. HIVELY 1872 Cen

G. M. HANKINS 1878 Che

John HENNING 1872 Riv

A.A. HIXON 1878 Gad (sic)

S. R. HANKINS 1878 Gar

S. F. HENNINGER 1872 Sha

A. HOAG 1878 Sha

P. HANSEN 1872 Elm

John HENRY 1873 Sha

H. HOBSON 1979 (sic) Elm

W. HANSHEN 1874 Sco

M.S. HENRY 1873 Sha

T. HODGES 1879 Sch

A.W. HANSON 1873 Cen

I. HENTHORN 1878 Cen

A.J. HODSON 1879 Che

H. C. HARBOUGH 1873 Arm

M. HENTHORN 1878 Cen

R.J. HODSON 1878 Che

G.H.L. HARDING 1878 Gar

F. HENTZ 1878 Gar

Xaver HOELL 1879 Div

D. HARPST 1874 Ode

J.W. HERBOUGH 1877 Bea

George HOGE 1871 Cen

J. S. HARRINGTON 1873 Cen

S. HEROD 1873 Div

John HOGE 1873 Cen

H. HARRIS 1878 Gar

G.F. HESSELGRAVE 1873 Gra

W.V. HOGE 1872 Elm

G.F. HESSELGRAVE 1873 Gar

W. HEWITT 1874 Riv

John A. HOGE 1879 Gar


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BUFFALO COUNTY HOMESTEAD CLAIMS INDEX PRIOR TO 1880 H-L, continued

S. H. HOGG 1879 Sch

E.S. JUDD 1873 Sha

J. LAKE 1878 Tho

Sophia HOLBROOK 1878 Pla

Jame E. JUDD 1871 Sha

J.W. LALONE 1879 Div

Daniel HOLDEN 1878 Gra

F. JUHL 1878 Div

I. LAMB 1875 Arm

J.H. HOLLENBECK 1873 Riv

F. JUHL 1879 Div

Katie LANDER 1877 Gar

J.E. HOLLOWAY 1874 Tho

H.A. JULES 1875 Gra

C. LANDERS 1879 Gad

B. J. HOLMES 1873 Tho

F. A. KAPPLER 1874 Sha

S. LANDIS 1878 Cen

C.E. HOLMES 1879 Elm

C. KARP 1878 Gar

H. LANTZ 1878 Riv

I. HOLMES 1878 Lou

C. KAUBLER 1875 Sch

J.H. LANTZ 1879 Riv

K. HOLMES 1879 Div

J.M. KEAN 1872 Sha

D. K. LARIMER 1875 Tho

O. HOLMES 1878 Lou

P. KEEFER 1874 Riv

John LARO 1873 Sco

R. M. MOLT 1872 Elm

Emil KEEHLER 1878 Gar

A. LARSON 1872 Riv

T. J. HOLT 1871 Elm

F. C. KEENS 1872 Riv

C. LARSON 1875 Riv

J. HOMES Jr 1873 Ode

J.N. KELLER 1873 Riv

Ole LARSON 1875 Riv

M. HOMES 1872 Ode

J.C.V. KELLY 1873 Tho

M. E. LATHROP 1878 Gra

S.W. HOMER 1872 Ode

W.H. KELLY 1871 She

J. A. LAYTON 1878 Cen

F. HONE 1878 1878 (sic) Div

J.E.KELSEY 1872 Gib

A. S. LEAKE 1875 Elm

N.C. HONNOLD 1874 Riv

Edward KELTNER 1874 Ode

W. S. LEAKE 1872 Elm

D.T. HOOD 1872 Elm

T. KENDER 1876 Sch

B. LEE 1878 Sar

Wm. M. HOOVER 187 (sic) Gra

A. KENNEDY 1871 Gib

C LEE 1874 Cen

A.L. HOPWOOD 1875 Div

W.H. KENNY 1871 Gib

Cannuet LEE 1879 Har

J. HORMEL 1875 Cen

J. KENT 1879 Pla

M.G. LEE 1877 She

D. HOSTETLER 1878 Ode

C. W. KERN Jr 1872 Cen

Nels LEE 1878 Sar

L.S HOUGH 1871 Gib

M.O. KESSLER 1879 Pla

Ole LEE 1879 Bea

C. W. HOUSE 1876 Elm

A.L. KETCHUM 1871 Cen

W. LEE 1879 Bea

S. J. HOUSTON 1873 Ced

P.D. KEYS 1874 Cen

J. H LEISEY 1879 She

E.M. HUBBARD 1871 Gib

P.D. KEYS 1875 Tho

J.W. LELAND 1872 Riv

T. J. HUBBARD 1871 Gib

J.W. KICK 1872 Riv

H.F. LEONARD 1872 Ode

Wm. HUESELTON 1875 Div

Coe KILLGORE 1871 Giv

Clara E. LEW 1871 Gib

H. HUGHES 1873 Bea

R. KILLGORE 1871 Cen

C. LEWIS 1873 Div

T. HUNNEGBUN 1879 Ced

W.H. KILLGORE 1872 Cen

D. LEWIS 1872 Riv

M. B. HUNT 1873 Gra

F. W. KILLNER 1876 Sha

H. LEWIS 1878 Gib

J.F. HUNTER 1879 Lou

G.A. KING 1871 Gib

J.T. LEWIS 1877 Gad

W.A. HUNTER 1871 Cen

J.A. KING 1879 Sch

W.L. LEWIS 1878 Car

Susan C. HURLBURT 1878 Ode

J.R. KING 1875 Riv

J. LINDLOFF 1878 Sch

Elizabeth HURLEY 1873 She

J. KINNETT 1879 Val

Paul LITTERMAN 1871 She

M. HURLEY 1878 Elm

S. KINSEY 1873 Ced

John LLOYD 1871 Gib

John HURSE 1879 Har

C. KIRK 1874 Div

F. LOCHR 1875 Sch

J.R. HURST 1873 Riv

Mary M. KIRKPATRICK 1878 She

J. H. LOCKARD 1874 Rus

Jas. HUTCHINSON 1878 Gar

C.N. KLAMMER 1879 Gar

E. LOCKE 1876 Che

Robert HUTCHINSON 1878 Bea

C.L.A. KLATTE 1878 Riv

D.M. LOGAN 1872 Riv

T. HUTCHINSON 1876 Div

E. KLEBER 1878 Riv

L. LOGAN 1875 Div

J.B. INGRAM 1873 Cen

Geo. F. KLINGST 1874 Sha

E. N. LORD 1873 Ode

D. INMAN 1873 Div

C.C. KNAPP 1878 Car

W. A. LOSEE 1873 Val

C. ISREAL 1874 Riv

L. KNAPP 1879 Elm

J.B. LOURY 1878 She

W.N. JACKSON 1871 Gib

O. KNEPPER 1878 Val

Ed LOVALL 1871 She

Nelson JACO 1878 Pla

I.S. KNIGHT 1873 Div

J. LOVERIN 1872 Cen

A. JARCHKE 1879 Elm

W.J. KNIGHT 1871 Gib

J. N. LOVERIN 1872 Cen

E.T. JAY 1871 Riv

Robt KNITTEL 1878 Div

S. B. LOWELL 1872 She

Hannah JAY 1873 Riv

Theadore KNOX 1873 Ode

D. LOWENSTEIN 1878 Riv

Thomas JEFFRY 1873 Arm

J.D.H. KOCH 1874 Sha

H. LOWENSTEIN 1879 Riv

James JENKINS 1872 Riv

L. KOCKER 1875 Elm

O.H. LOWERY l879 Sco

F.J. JENNS 1874 She

B. KOEPPE 1879 Div

John LUBBIN 1879 Sha

A. JOHNSON 1878 Pla

S. D. KOOSER 1878 Val

John LUCAS 1871 Gib

A.P. JOHNSON 1878 Gib

L. KORECEK 1877 Cen

H. LUCE 1874 Ced

D.W. JOHNSON 1872 Sha

W. F. KOSTER 1878 Sha

John LUCE 1878 Car

L.H. JOHNSON 1874 Rus

G. L. KOUGH 1873 Gra

E.L. LULL 1874 Riv

George JONES 1875 Ode

L. KRENZWIESER 1878 Car

J.E. LUND 1878 Cen

J.F.JONES 1872 Riv

Wm.C.T. KURTH 1872 Ode

J.K. LUX 1372 Sha

Thomas JONES 1874 Val

A. KYNE 1878 Che

L.F. LYBERGER 1879 Tho

W.H. JORDON 1875 Rus

M. KYNE 1879 Che

J. JOSEPH 1873 Div

I.D. LABARRE 1871 Gib


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THE HOLSTEIN REPORTER, Holstein, Adams County, Nebraska

A.R. OELSCHLAGER, Editor, Howard B. PICKERING, Publisher. Otto WOLF, Mechanical Foreman

Friday, Feb. 13, 1925

Word was rec'd here Thurs. of death of A. N. GERECKE on Wed. at Papillion. He had operated drug store here until last fall. Also postmaster.
Miss SOUTHWELL of Omaha & Miss BOENTJE of North Platte att'd funeral of Mrs. Anna COATS last week. There (sic) were formerly sup't and principal of the Juniata school.

Kenesaw news:

H. C. LARSEN was called to Hastings Thurs. by deat (sic) of Dr. W.T. CARSON, his bro.-in-law. Mr LARSEN & family att'd the funeral which was held Sat. Mr. & Mrs. J.L. McKAY also attended.

Will CARSON, employed at KAMMERLOHR drug store, was called to Hastings by the death of his father.

February 20, 1925

A misc. shower for Miss Ruth KRAMER whose mar. to Mr. Harvey KUNSELMAN will occur in the near future. Miss Ruth was born & reared in Holstein.

Harley Ralph GLANTZ b on 5 Sept 1906 in Kenesaw, NE d. at Peetz, CO on 12 Feb aged 18 yrs 5 mo 7 da. Leaves his father & 1 sister. His mother & a brother preceded him. Also leaves 3 grandparents, uncles aunts & cousins. His mother died in l926 (?) & he made his home with his aunt, Mrs. Otto SEMNINE. Interment in the Kenesaw cem.

The mother of Harv AUSTIN of Juniata, passed away Tues at Inland.

Friday, February 27, 1925

On 20 Feb at home of Mr. & Mrs. Oliver KRAMER their dau. Bertha was mar. to Mr. Harvey KUNSELMAN. Both were reared in this vicinity. Rev. C. H. RUMBAUGH officiated.

Mar. of Miss Leona BERNDT & Harry SCHROEDER solomnized on Sun. afternoon at the Wanda Lutheran church. Rev. A. WILIK performed the ceremony. Bride was attended by Miss Edna SCHROEDER, sis. of groom, with Wm. BERNDT, bro of the bride as groomsman. Bride is youngest dau. of Mrs. Christ BERNDT who resides on a farm so. of Kenesaw. Her father passed away a few months ago. Groom is son of Mr. & Mrs. Ed SCHROEDER of Hastings.

Announcement of mar. of Miss Mary THOMAS, eldest dau. of Mr. & Mrs. Lafe THOMAS & Earl BLUE, son of Mr. & Mrs. James BLUE of Shelton, at Smithfield, KS 2 weeks ago. Bride granddau. of Mr. & Mrs. Herman HAZELBARTH. Will farm near Shelton.

The Lowell community was saddened by the death of Charles McCUE on 21 Feb.

Paul BOLL d. Sunday at Minden. He was an old settler of the Lowell community. Fun. at Lutheran church in Minden & burial at local cemetery. His wife preceded him in Sept. Deceased is an uncle of Mesdames Gus & Elmer BOHIKE of Kenesaw.

Horace LARSEN & son, Paul, drove to Holstein Thurs. to be with his father, P.C. LARSEN for his 82nd birthday.

On Friday of this week will be the 57th Wed. ann. of Mr. & Mrs. Henry SCHICK of Nenesaw (sic). The couple were pioneers of this community.

Friday March 6 1825 (sic)

Ernest A. FELZIEN d. on 27 Feb in Palisade, NE at age of 64 yrs 7 mo 12 days. Born at Blue Island, ILL. on 15 July 1860. Was baptised in the German Lutheran church. Mar. to Anna LAUR on 11 Feb 1882. 8 children. In 1882 moved to Adams Co., NE in 1885 to Cheyenne Co. KS, returning to NE in 1888, locating at Palisade in 1906. Leaves a wife & 7 ch, Edward FELZIEN & Mrs. Clarence DOYLE of Hearwell, Dr. J.J. FELZEIN of Scotland, S.D. Mrs. Harry CASADY, Mrs. Ray SAILORS & Ernest FELZIEN of Palisade & Miss Della FELZIEN of Des Moines, Iowa. Mrs. Louise WELLS preceded him in death about 2 yrs ago. Also leaves 17 grandchildren, 6 bros & 1 sister, Mrs. Will EINSPAHR of Imperial.

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Submitted by: Earl H. McNare, Lincoln, NE

EARLY MARRIAGES IN ANTELOPE COUNTY, NE
from Genealogical Archives of the Antelope County Historical Society.

1881 MARRIAGES

License Oct. 28. Wallace BRUNER 21 & Ida O GROOMS 14, Consent of her parents. Married at Oakdale Oct 28. Witnesses, two bros of Walter BRUNER. He was b. Penn, son of John J. BRUNER and Sarah FREY. Ida b. Wis., dau of A. E. GROOM and Vina GANIARD

John N. BENSON (27) & Oliva SHAFFER (18). m. at Oakdale Nov. 30 by G.F. COLE, Pastor of M.E. Church
John M. BENSON (of ILL) was b. in ILL. son of Seneca BENSON & Sarah MILKS. Oliva SHAFFER (of Verdigris, NE) b. in ILL, dau of Samuel SHAFFER and Margaret WIZE

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Submitted by: Earl H. McNare, Lincoln, NE

From Genealogical Archives of the Antelope County Historical Society

EARLY MARRIAGES IN ANTELOPE COUNTY, NE 1881-1882

1881 Marriages

Wallace BRUNER (21) Miss Ida O. GROOMS (14). License 28 Oct. 1881, with consent of her parents. Married at Oakdale, by S.A. SANDERS, Co. Judge. Witnesses. Two bros. of Walter BRUNER. He was born in PA, son of John J. BRUNER and Sarah FREY. Ida O. GROOMS born in Wisconsin, dau. of A.E. GROOM and Vina GANIARD.

John M. BENSON (27) Miss Olivia SHAFFER (18). Married at Oak-ale 30   Nov. 1881 by G.F. COLE, Pastor of M.E. Church. Witnesses:  Frank SHAFFER and John BENSON born in ILL. son of Seneca BENSON and Sarah MILKS. Oliva SHAFFER, of Verdigris, NE was oorn in ILL. dau. of Samuel SHAFFER and Margaret WIZE.

James HOLCOMB (27) Miss Susanna GIER (19). Married at the house of S.A. SANDERS in Neligh. 15 Nov. 1881. by S.A. SANDERS. Witnesses:  Frank McGINITIE and Clara SANDERS. James HOLCOMB was born in Wisconsin, son of Jason HOLCOMB and Betsey Ann PALMER. Susanna GIER was born in Iowa, dau. of Jacob GIER and Seley J. GOESLEY.

Charles ANDERSON (31). Miss Hannah JURGING (22) Married 7 Sept. 1881 at Neligh by J.N. HICK Cong. Minister. Wit. Herman JURGING and Anna JURGING. Charles ANDERSON born in Sweden, son of P.P. ANDERSON and Johannah ECDMAN. Miss Hannah JURGING was born in Germany, dau. of Christian JURGING and Mary BRUNER.

William ANSON (25) Miss Ada BASSETT (24) Madison Co. Married at Oakdale 26 Nov. 1881. by S.A. SAUNDERS. Wit: G.C. PALMER and S.S.KING. William ANSON born in New York, son of John W. ANSON and Elizabeth BIRCH. Miss BASSETT was born in Michigan, dau. of Hiram BASSETT and Margaret METTER.

Martin H. CHRISTIANSON (25) Miss Ollina A. KIRK (19) License March 23, 1881. Married 30 March 1881 at the bridg's (sic) parents by W.H. CARTER, Pastor of the M.E.Church. Wit: Madison KIRK and Lovona KIRK. Martin H. CHRISTIANSON born in Iowa, son of C.N. CHRISTIANSON and Srika PISEN. Miss KIRK was born in Iowa, dau of Madison KIRK and Laurena MITCHELL.

Walter GREENLYN (33) Mrs. Ollie N. DAVIS (34) Married at Neligh 6 May 1881 by S.A. SANDERS. Wit: Wm. CAMPBELL and Clara SANDERS. Walter GREENLYN born in Cornwall, Cengland (sic), son of Walter GREENLYN and Elizabeth DOWNY, Mrs. Ollie M. DAVIS was born in Orwals, PA, dau. of Miner TAYLOR and Ellen GLANT.

H. C. HARVEY (27) Miss Clara Bell PRINDLE (16) Married 3 July 1881 in Neligh by S.A. SANDERS. Wit: Clara M. SANDERS and John Burgess. H.G. HARVEY was born in England, son of Robert HARVEY and Sophia COOK. Clara Bell PRINDLE was born in Indiana, dau. of Amos PRINDLE and Susan MOORE.

Luther BENNETT (23) Miss Sophia KARLS (16) License 26 Oct. 1881 Married 30 Oct. 1881 at the residents of Henry KARLS by E.F. McCORMICK, Just. of the Peace (with consent of KARLES). Luther BENNETT was born in Wisconsin, son of John H. BENNETT and Hannah DAGGETT. Sophia KARLS was born in Ill. dau. of Henry KARLS and Mary LAWTON.

George H. McGEE (32) Miss Adelaide VAN OSTRAND (20) License 8 July 1881. Married at Clearwater 10 July 1881. by Rev. J.M. HICK, Minister of the Gospel. Wit: G.E. VAN OSTRAND and Minnie VAN OSTRAND. George H. Mc GEE was born in Iowa, son of James McGEE and Martha ANDERSON. Miss VAN OSTRANT (sic) dau. of George E. VAN OSTRAND and Georgianna STEWART.

Ambrose HOLMES (37) Mrs. Irena E. ROLPH (25) License 22 Apr. 1881. Married 28 Apr. 1881 at West Cedar Valley by Henry GRIFFITHS, Cong. Minister. Wit: J.W. JACKSON, Elizabeth GRIFFITHS. Ambrose HOLMES born in Ohio, son of William E. HOLMES and Susan MADISON. Mrs. Irena E. ROLPH was born in Minnesota, dau. of Martin HENDERSON and Sarah S. WATSON.

William H. WOODWORTH (26) Miss Emily TROWBRIDGE (20) License 28 Mar. 1881. Mar. 31 March 1881. at Neligh by J.N. HICK, Clergyman. Wit: Mr. & Mrs. Geo. E. CHENEY, David ADAMS and Mrs. W.E. ADAMS. William WOODWORTH was born in PA., son of Henry WOODWORTH and Sarah A. GUILE. Emily TROWBRIDGE was born in Wis. dau. of Henry TROWBRIDGE and Loretta HARTMAN.

Leander HUMPHREY (30) Mrs. Elizabeth NASH (27) Married ---, 1881 at Neligh by S.A. SANDERS. Wit: John BARNEY and Martha BARNEY. Leander HUMPHREY was born in Ohio, son of William C. HUMPHREY and Amanda STEEL. Elizabeth NASH was born in Illinois, dau. of Isaac NASH and Anna HAND.

Karl C. ANDERSON (34) Karlena W. ANDERSON (31) Mar. at Nelligh, 26 March 1881 by S. A. SANDERS Wit: Edgar McFARLAND and Clara M. ANDERS. Karl C. ANDERSON _____________ ... (cut off in reproduction)


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...ANDERSON and Anna NELSON. Karlena ANDERSON born in Sweden dau. of A.G. ANDERSON and Anileen PEERSON.

Kit C. EDWARDS (27) Miss Estella VAN OSTRAND (17) License 9 Mar. 1881 Married at the house of the bride's father by Rev. W.H. CARTER, Pastor of M.E. Church, on 10 Mar 1881 James S. McGOWEN made affidavit of marriage license. Wit: David W. TAYLOR and James BROOKS Jr. Kit C. EDWARDS BORN IN ILL, son of Lewis EDWARDS and Frances BASCOM. Estella VAN OSTRAND born in New York dau. of George E. VAN OSTRAND and Georgianna STEWART

Peter TDROUTMAN (35) Miss Mollie MOWERY (22) License 5 Mar. 1881. Married at the residence of the bride's parents on 8 Mar. 1881 by O.M. RENIFF, Justice of the Peace. Wit: A.S. WILKINS and Miss Ella MOWERY. Peter TDROUTMAN born in France, son of Mitchell TDROUTMAN and Salouie FARAH. Mollie MOWERY born in Illinois, dau of George MOWERY and Elizabeth MUCK.

John G. PARKER (of Knox Co.) (26) Miss Eustacia ROUSE (22) License 26 Feb. 1881. Married at the residence of the bride's parents, 28 Feb. 1881 by Rev. G.F. COLE, Pastor ME. Church. Wit: James G. MOTTER and Elizabethe E. MOTTER. John G. PARKER was born in Wales, Europe, son of William PARKER and Elizabeth PRICE. Miss Eustaciea ROUSE was born in Wisconsin, dau. of Charles ROUSE and Lydia MOTTER.

Theodore J. LYMAN (39) Mary E. CASH (35) Mar. at the residene (sic) of the bride in Neligh 6 Jan. 1881 by S.A. SANDERS, Co. Judge. Wit: Amelia E. CRAWFORD and Martha BARNEY. Theodore J. LYMAN born in Maine son of Harris LYMAN and Mary GULLISON. Mrs. Mary CASH was born in VA. dau. of --- and Harriet ELLIS.

Grover C. MABEN (27) Miss Nellie KENNEDY (16) License 25 Feb. 1881. Mar. at the Atlantic House in Neligh, 27 Feb. 1881 by Rev. W.H. CARTER, Pastor, M.E. Church. Wit: Thomas KENNEDY and Kate McCARTHY. Grover MABEN born in ILL. son of Charles MABEN and Phoebe HUNT. Miss Nellie KENNEDY was born in New York, dau. of Thomas KENNEDY and Catharine MYERS.

Richard H. NORWOOD (28) Miss Amelia GROW (19) License 18 Nov. 1881. Mar. at the residence of S.P. GROW, Clearwater on 25 Nov. 1881 by Rev. Henry GRIFFITHS, Cong. Minister. Wit: Robert MARWOOD and Jane Ann MARWOOD. Richard H. NORWOOD born in New York, son of John NORWOOD and Sophrona LEWIS. Amelia F. GROW born in Ohio, dau. of Samuel P. GROW and Clarissa LATTY.

William WOOLHAM (35) Mrs. Jennie DAVIS (26) License 17 Dec. 1881. Mar. at West Cedar Valley, 18 Dec. 1881 by Henry GRIFFITHS, Cong. Minister. Wit: Samuel SUDDALY and Elizabeth GRIFFITHS. William WOOLHAM born in England, son of William WOOLHAM and Sarah LUNT. Mrs. Jennie DAVIS was born in New York dau. of D. CLARK and Cloe POMEROY.

Peter J. KRISE (40) Miss Hannah MOON(25) Mar. by S.A. SANDERS, Co. Judge at Neligh, 27 Mar. 1881. Wit: Val. W. DRISE and Myra E. KRISE. Peter KRISE was born in Cambria Co. Tenn. son of David KRISE and Ruth ADAMS. Miss Hannah MOON was born in Kane Co., ILL. (Present res. LaPorte, IO.) dau. of Orange MOON and Margaret WING.

Joseph LEWELLEN (64) Mrs. Lavina THOMAS (54) License 18 Dec. 1881. Mar. at the res. of Melvin GETCHELL, 25 Dec. 1881 by S.A. SANDERS, Co. Judge. Wit: Mrs. Sadie GETCHELL and Mrs. THOMAS Jr. Joseph LEWELLEN was born in PA. Mrs. Lavina THOMAS was born in Rhode Island, dau of G.H. CHAMPLIN and Anna HAGARD.

W.C. GRIFFITH (39) Miss Eva J. BAILEY (23) License 26 Nov. 1881. Mar. at Oakdale 28 Nov. 1881 by E.P. McCORMICK, Justice of the Peace. Wit: Etta BAILEY and Lettie COOPER, W.C. GRIFFITH born in Iowa, son of J.W. GRIFFITH and Mary DIAL. Eva J. BAILEY born in Ohio, dau. of William BAILEY and Maggie JONES.

Edwin D. CLARK (Knox Co.) (30) Miss Hattie HUGHSON (Antelope Co. (19) Mar. at Oakdale 26 Nov. 1881 by E.P. McCORMICK, J. of P. Wit: John PHILLIPS and George HUGHSON. Edwin D. CLARK was born in Vermont, son of Ozias CLARK and Marian CHILDS. Hattie HUGHSON was born in Barry County Mich. dau. of George HUGHSON and Clara STANTON.

Andrew WILKINS (21) Miss Vesta TODD (15) License 2 Oct. 1881, with consent of parents.


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Married at Neligh by J.N. HICK, Min. of the Gospel. Wit: Charles LEAKE and Miss Mary OLIVER. Andrew WILKINS born in Iowa, son of Randolph WILKINS and Marian DICKEY. Vesta TODD was born in Iowa, dau. of Samuel W. TODD and Margaret HART.

Isaac STARBUCK (31) Miss Eva E. WEYGINT (24) Mar. at Neligh 12 June 1881 by J.N. HICK, Cong. Minister. Wit: Wm. C. GALLAWAY and wife. Isaac STARBUCK born in Ohio, son of Suayer STARBUCK and Cynthia HAW. Miss Eva E. Weygint was born in New York, dau. of William WEYGINT and Sophrona BLANCHARD.

Justice W. PADDEN (54) Mrs. Frances A. ROE (49) Mar. at the res. of Mrs. ROE, 5 Sept. 1881 by S.A. SANDERS, Co. Judge. Wit;  Mrs. WEYGINT and Mr. & Mrs. GRAVES. Justice PADDEN was born in New York, son of Zenas R. FADDEN and Abigail PIETAN. Mrs. Frances A. ROE was born in New York dau. of Walter HUNT and Polly COLE.

Andrew JUST (22) Caroline PUTNAM (18). License 17 Sept. 1881. Mar. at the res. of Marshall DUGAR 19 Sept. 1881 by S.A SANDERS, Co. Judge. Wit: Marshall DUGER and Mrs. DUGAR. Andrew JUST was born in Utah Territory, son of Peter JUST and Mariah CHRISTIANSEN. Miss Caroline PUTNAM was born in Michigan, dau. of Era PUTNAM and -------

Henry A. TROWBRIDGE (23) Miss Etta L. BRADEEN (17) License 24 Mar. 1881. Mar. at Neligh, 29 Mar. 1881 by Rev. W.H. CARTER, Pastor M.E. Church. Wit: Etta BAILEY and Albert E. TROWBRIDGE. Henry A. TROWBRIDGE born in ---  Etta L. BRADEEN was born in Maine, dau of Jason C. BRADEEN and Emily BRADEEN.

Charles WILSON (39) Mrs. Viola WARREN (27) Oakdale. License 1 Sept. 1881. Mar. 3 Sept 1881 by G.F. COLE, pastor of M.E. Church. Wit: Mr. DUGAR and wife. Charles WILSON was born in Ohio son of Elijah WILSON and Fannie SEATON. Mrs. Viola S. WARREN was born in Mass. dau. of Wm. BAKER and Silence MORSE.

Frank S. BAIRD (20) Miss Minerva D. KIBBEE (16)  Mar. 5 Mar. 1881 by O.M. RENIFF, J. of P. at the res. of the bride's mother. Wit;  C.A. BARTLES and Anna B. SILERS. Frank S. BAIRD born in PA. son of John J. BAIRD and Elizabeth PIPER. Minerva D. KIBBEE born in Iowa, dau. of Lucius KIBBEE and Hannah DOWD.

Gilbert CHATFIELD (23) Miss Lucinda COOL (18) License 23 Nov. 1881. Mar. at West Cedar Valley on 27 Nov. 1881. by Wm. UNTHANK, J. of P. Witness:  A.M. COOL and Fred CHATFIELD. Gilbert CHATFIELD born in Michigan, son of Gilbert CHATFIELD and Eliza SELLARS. Lucinda COOL was born in Iowa, dau. of William COOL and Martha BROWN.

1882 Marriages

James STURGIS (21) Miss Minnie BOWER (20) Mar. 23 Sept. 1882 at the residence of Gilbert C. PALMER, Co. Judge. Wit: M.V. BOWER and Mrs. Frances A. PALMER. James STURGIS born in Iowa, son of H. B. STURGIS and Susan WALL. Minnie BOWER born in New York, dau. of Frank BOWER and Lizzie WEIR.

Peter PETERSON (32) Miss Henrietta ECKHOFF (15) Wheeler Co. Mar. 2 Oct 1882 at Oakdale by G. C. PALMER. Co. Judge. Wit:  E. D. ECKHOFF and Fred MINTHORN. Peter E. PETERSON born in Denmark, son of Paul E. PETERSON and Mary ANDERSON. Henrietta ECKHOFF born in Maryland, dau. of E.D. ECKHOFF and Lydia GOODENOW.

C. FRY (40) Miss Mattie HARVEY (23), Oakdale. License 6 Jan. 1882 Mar. at the residence of C. FRY, 7 Jan. 1882 by G. F. COLE, M.E. Pastor. C. FRY was born in PA. son of John FRY and Olive LACEY. Mattie HARVEY was born in Wisconsin.

Frank ALLEN (23) Miss Lizzie A. PLANTZ (18) Neligh. Liscense (sic) 19 Jan. 1882 Married at the residence of T. PLANTZ. 21 Jan. 1882 by Raphael KINNE, Minister of the Gospel. Frank ALLEN was born in Wisconsin, son of A.D. ALLEN and Nancy MITCHELL. Lizzie A. PLANTZ born in Illinois, dau. of T. PLANTZ and Catherine PLANTZ.

Fred SHABRUM (23) Miss Louisa GEORGE (20) Mar. at Oakdale 7 Feb. 1882 by G. C. Palmer, Co. Judge


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Wit: S.S. KING and August LIERMAN. Fred SHABRUM born in Germany, son of Anthony SHABRUM. Louisa GEORGE born in PA. dau. of Joseph GEORGE and Sarah ROARK.

August KRYER (24) Miss Mary KABE (17) Madison Co. he; Antelope Co. she: License 1 Feb 1882. August KRYER born in Germany, son of Frederick KRYER and Korlina THEIKE, Mary KABE was born in PA, dau. of Stephen KABO (sic) and Anna TRIMER.

Fred BROECKER (32) Miss Lizzie BROECKER (18) License 1 Mar. 1882. Mar. at the house of John BROECKER 23 Apr. 1882 by Rev. August LEULDENSER. Wit: Robert BROECKER and Mrs. Dorothea MICHAELS. (Preacher's certificate says "Elsie BROECKER, the bride) Friedrich BROECKER was born in Germany, son of Chris. BROECKER and Mary WOLFE. Miss Lizzie BROCKER (sic) was born in Wisconsin, dau of John BROECKER.

Ed. J. WADSWORTH (23) Mrs. Josie E. McALLISTER (25). License 27 Mar. 1882. Mar. by Rev. T.H. POLLACK at his residence. 1 Apr. 1882. Wit: J.M. WADSWORTH, M.E. WADSWORTH, Edwin W. BOOTH. Ed. J. WADSWORTH born in Wisconsin, son of J.M. WADSWORTH and Melissa E. McKAY. Mrs. Josie E. McALLISTER born in Vermont, dau of W.A. POSERS and Margaret COLBURN.

S.H. PERRY (28) Miss Ella BOWLSBY (19). Mar. at Neligh, 19 Feb. 1882 by J.N. HICK, Clergyman Wit: Mr. & Mrs. M.P. BOWLSBY. Sam. H. PERRY was born in Indiana, son of Andrew PERRY and Sarah MARSH. Ella BOWLSBY born in ---, dau. of M.P. BOWLSBY and Lydia A. THOMPSON.

Miles H. LEACH (21) Miss Blanche MALLORY (24) Mar. at the residence of Robert WILSON in Oakdale, 16 Mar. 1882 by J.H. HICK, Clergyman. Wit: Estella MALLORY and Robert WILSON. Miles H. LEACH born in Genesee Co. Mich., son of A.J. LEACH and Eliza HILL. Miss Blanche MALLORY born in Monroe Co., Wis., dau. of Henry MALLORY and M.E. THOMPSON.

Franklin MOORE (24) Miss Ada E. GEMMELL (17) Mar. 4 April 1882 at Oakdale by J.N. HICK. Franklin MOORE born in PA, son of George MOORE and Mary SNIDER. Bride was born in Iowa, dau. of G.A. GEMMELL and Mary TORRENCE.

George CAMPFIELD (27) Miss Annie MITCHELL (19) Mar. 28 Dec. 1882 by T.H. POLLOCK, Min. of the Presbyterian church. Wit: James BEATTY and Alexander MILLER Jr. George CAMFIELD born in PA. son of John R. CAMPFIELD and Martha DAY. Annie MITCHELL was born in Iowa, dau. of Walter MITCHELL and Matilda LISTIN.

Merritt H. WILDON (26) Miss Mary C. HAMBLETON (20) Mar. 19 Nov. 1882 by J.M. GILBERT. Wit: John S. CLARK and Samuel A. YOUNG. Merritt H. WILSON born in New York, son of William WILSON and Mary E. HULST. Mary C. HAMBLETON born in Missouri, dau of W.W. HAMBLETON and --- GRISSON

J.M. McGREW (24) Miss Cora HOPKINS (18) License 23 Jan 1882. Married at the residence of Crandall HOPKINS, 25 Jan. 1882 by G.C. PALMER, Co. Judge. Wit: Andrew MINKLER and William HOPKINS. J.M. McCREW of Stuart, NE was born in Ohio, son of Murray McGREW and Ann WILLIAMS. Cora HOPKINS born in Ohio, dau. of Crandall HOPKINS and Thankful  HOPKINS.

William H. BLOCK and Miss Sarah L. BARNES. Mar. at St. Clair Valley by J.N. HICK, Clergyman. on 6 Nov. 1882. Wit: J.H. BARNS and M.A. BARNS. William H. BLOCK born in Wisconsin, son of Peter BLOCK and Barbara DAY. Sarah L. BARNES born in Iowa dau of Harry BARNES and Sarah H. POST.

Charles W. ROBERTS 25, Miss Mary E. EDSON 17. Mar. at Neligh Dec. 25, 1882 by Rev. M.L. HOLT. Wit: M.C. REMINGTON and C.S. GETCHELL. Charles W. ROBERGS (sic) born in Missouri, son of Ellis ROBERTS and Jane JUDY. Mary E. EDSON born in New York, dau of Albert EDSON and Elizabeth CARREN.

E.A. BICKFORD 27, Miss Hattie FOLTZ 18. of Iowa and Oada1e. Mar. at Neligh 16 Nov. 1882 by Rev. M.L. HOLT. Wit: H.R. BISCO and A.G. WOODWORTH. Groom born in Maine, son of Wm. H. BICKFORD and Harriet RANKINS. Bride born in ILL. dau of Jacob FOLTZ and Amanda STUFF.

Charles GIBSON 30, Miss Carline LARSON 19. Mar. at Oakdale, 14 Nov. 1882 by G.C. PALMER. Wit. Christian NELSON and Louise NELSON. Groom born in Denmark, son of Jeppe CHRISTIANSEN and Else N. JENSEN. Bride born in Denmark.


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       John B. ROBERTS 24, Miss Elvira EDSON 19. Mar. at Neligh 8 Nov. 1882 by Rev. M.L. HOLT.  Wit: Mrs. R.S. HOLT and Willie H. HOLT. Groom born in Missouri, son of E.W. ROBERTS and Nancy JODG. Bride born in New York, dau. of Albert EDSON and Elizabeth CARREN.

William A. NEWMAN 28, Mary J. CORBY 17. Mar. at the house of the bride, 20 Dec 1882 by Levi GANNET, Minister of the Gospel. Wit:  James H. SMITH and Urban BUCHANAN. Groom born in New York, son of John R. NEWMAN and Martha DERBY. Bride born in PA. dau of Samuel CORBY and Verna BUCHANAN.

James BUTLER 21, Isabell BILLINGS 18. Mar. at Frenchtown, 25 Dec. 1882 by Virgil M. SWITZER, J.P. Wit: Martha E. SWITZER, Groom born in PA, son of W.S. BUTLER and Eliza CATLIN. Bride born in Minnesota, dau of Charles BILLINGS and Lucinda FIELDS.

Byron A. WASHBURN 37, Carrie F. LONG 21, Mar. 23 July 1882 by G.F. COLE. Wit: Samuel LEE and wife and others. Groom born in New York, son of Joel WASHBURN and Polly M. JACKSON. Bride born in Dodge Co. NE, dau of Josiah LONG.

George R. CHERRY 22, of Oakdale, Miss Mary GATENBY 21 of Neligh. Mar. at Oakdale 11 Mar 1882 by H. WILSON. Wit: Miss Ettie GATENBY and Mrs. Kate GOVE. Groom was born in England, son of John CHERRY and Harriet LEASON. Bride born in England, dau of George GATENBY and Mary A. SUDDABY

T. D. HOSMAN 27, Miss Lucinda KEYSER 21. Mar. at ME. Parsonage, Oakdale 7 May 1882 by C. F. COLE, Pastor. Wit: Mrs. C.M. COLE, Isaac HOSMAN and wife. Groom born in Iowa, son of Isaac HOSMAN and Susan KESSLER. Bride born in PA, dau. of David KEYSER.

Samuel W. SUDDABY 26, Miss Esther GATENBY 23. Mar. at residence of Henry GRIFFITHS 27 May 1882 by Rev. Henry GRIFFITHS. Wit: William Spencer GRIFFITHS and Harriet RANDALL. Groom born in England, son of Samuel SUDDABY and Mary MARSDEN. Bride born in England, dau. of George GATENBY

Fred BAUMAN 36, Rosa SCHUMACHER 25. License 31 May 1882. Fred Bauman was born in Germany, residence Clearwater township, son of George BAUMAN and Barbary GROUNDAD. Rosa SCHUMACHER born in Germany, residence, Philadelphia, PA. dau of Fred SCHUMACHER.

Joseph PATRAS 27, Georgianna EASTMAN 23. Mar. at Frenchtown 9 Nov. 1882 by Virgil M. SWITZER, J.P. Wit: L. EASTMAN and Abbie E. EASTMAN. Groom born in ILL. son of F.N. PATRAS and Malted COTA. Bride born in ILL. dau of Parker EASTMAN and Sallie HALL.

James R. EGGLESTON 26, Tillie A. HULTQUIST 17. Mar. at the residence of John HULTQUILT (sic) 19 Nov. 1882 by G.C. PALMER, Co. Judge. Wit: George and Mary McGOFF. Groom born in Iowa, son of Hezekiah EGGLESTON and Mary BARB. Bride born in Sweden, dau. of John HULTQUIST and Augusta CHARLESON.

Nelson D. JACKSON 28, Miss Hattie BISSELL 19. Mar. at Oakdale 16 Nov. 1882 by H. WILSON. Wit: Mrs. and Miss P. GIBSON. Groom born in Maine son of Deering Farrar JACKSON and Rebecca BILLINGS. Bride born in Iowa , dau of D.F. BISSELL and Mary CLARK.

Joseph H. ANSINK 27, Miss Elizabeth WRIGHT 37. Mar. 6 Dec. 1882 at the house of John MALZACHER by J.C.A. FLEHARTY, Paster of M.E. Church. Wit: Mary E. WARNER and Emma MALZACHER. Groom was born in New Jersey, son of D.J. ANSINK and Matilda HOLTZ. Bride born in Ohio dau of George W. WRIGHT and Rachel SLAGLE.

Frank J. IVES 21, Miss Mollie E. COSSAIRT 18. Mar. 3 Dec. 1882 at Oakdale by G.C. PALMER. Wit: Egbert WINDER and Rosa BLACKFORD. Groom born in New York, son of Ezra IVES and Susan PARKER. Bride born in Iowa, dau. of David COSSAIRT and Mary BLANKENSHIP.

Tom Hawkins GRIFFEN 28, Miss Mary Isabella TODD 18. Mar. at Oakdale, 23 Nov. 1882 by J.P.A. FLEHARTY, Pastor of M.E. Church. Wit: George MORRIS and James ALFSON. Groom born in England. son of E.E. GRIFFEN and Tilda HAWKINS. Bride born in Canada, dau. of Thomas TODD and Ellen WILSON.


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Warren L. ROOT (Boone Co.) 32, Miss Mary L.A. SHELLHART 20. Mar. 28 Nov. 1882 at the house of D.J. HAMMON by L.A. CASSLEMAN, J.P. Groom born in New York, son of Lewis ROOT and Hannah N. LEONARD. Bride born in Iowa, dau of Samuel SHELLHART and Anina N. HOUSTON.

John F. LAMSON, Miss Mary G. FINCH. Mar. at the residence of Robert B. FINCH, in Frenchtown 6 April 1882 by Rev. Levi GANNET, Minister of the Gospel (Latter Day Saints)

George COUPLAND 20, Ida WOOD 26. Mar. in West Cedar Valley 2 Nov. 1882 by Henry GRIFFITHS. Wit: William COUPLAND and J.A. CRATSENBERG. Groom born in England, son of Thomas COUPLAND and Jane CRESSY. Bride born in England, dau. of John WOOD and Isabella HUMBLE.

Milton H. BOOTH 22, Miss Annie FRY 17, Madison Co. He; Antelope Co. she.  Mar. at Oakdale 22 Oct. 1882 by G. C. PALMER. Groom born in Ohio, son of Milton BOOTH and Lucy COE. Bride born in Wisconsin dau. of Carlisle FRY.

Willard L. JOHNSON 20, Miss Rosa ECKHOFF 16. Mar. at Neligh 16 Aug. 1882 by Rev. M.L. HOLT. Wit: J.C. JOHNSON and E. PETERSON. Groom born in Iowa, son of J.C. JOHNSON and L.M. BENEDICT. Bride born in Germany, dau of Johan D. ECKHOFF.

James W. HUTCHINSON 23, Miss Jessie PEMBERTON 20. Mar. at the house of William HUTCHINSON on 17 Sept. 1882 by Raphel KINNE, Minister. Wit: Albert HUTCHINSON and Matilda KINNE. Groom was born in Wisconsin, son of William HUTCHINSON and Hannah ALDERSON. Bride born in Michigan, dau. of Collins PEMBERTON of Decatur, Iowa and Susannah BURGH.

C. H. ENGLISH (Antelope) 23, Jennie E. CANNON (Knox) 15. Mar. at the house of Charles MORSELLS on 2 Oct. 1882 by O.M. KNIFF (or RENIFF) J.P. Wit: Charles CANNON and Mary F. CANNON. Groom born in Iowa, son of J. W. ENGLISH and Fidelia FOSTER. Bride born in MAss. (sic) dau. of Charles L. CANNON and Jane E. COMSTOCK.

Thomas O'DAY 30, Miss Agnes L.N. EARL 22. Mar. at Neligh 9 Nov. 1882 by F.C. ELDRED, Minister. Wit: M.B. HUFFMAN and Miss E.A. PERRINE. Groom born in Conn. son of Daniel O'DAY and Catherine WELCH. Bride born in Canada. dau. of Robert J. EARL and Jane E. NELSON

J.P. RASMUSSEN 23, Miss Karen PETERSEN 26. Married at the residence of J.P. RASMUSSEN on 4 June 1882 by G.C. PALMER. Co. Judge. Wit: N.C. MADSEN and Karen MADSEN. Groom born in Denmark, son of Rasmus HANSEN and Sadie LOSDATTER. Bride was born in Denmark, dau. of Jacob PETERSON.

Charles F. DWORAK 34, Miss Mary NEILAND 18. Mar. at Oakdale 13 June 1882 by Thomas J. CARNEY, Pastor. Wit: Bernard MACAULEY and Miss Nora MURPHY. Groom born in Germany, son of Joseph DWORAK and Mary CYBALK. Bride born in ILL. dau. of Martin NEILAND and Maggie RYAN.

Alfred GRANT 25, Miss Lillie M. MUHM 18. Mar. 17 June 1882 at Oakdale by G.C. PALMER. Co. Judge Wit: Mary L. GRANT and dau. Miss GRANT. Groom born in Michigan, son of Orlin GRANT and Mary L. MOW. Bride born in Iowa, dau of Fred MUHM and Susan KNAPP.

Charles L. HENRY, 21, Miss Leonora A. STILLMAN 18. Mar. at Oakdale 27 Dec. 1882 by E. P. McCORMICK, J.P. Wit: Mary Ann HENRY and A.N. BOHER. Groom born in Ohio, son of J.W. HENRY and Jane WALKERS. Bride born in Indiana, dau of William STILLMAN.

William H. RUSH 50, Mrs. Celestine R. SCOTT (42) Mar. 27 Dec. 1882 at Oakdale by C. C. PALMER Co. Judge. Wit: Bessie ELLIOT and Mary TOUSGAARD. Groom born in Ohio, son of William RUSH and Nancy LENNING. Bride was born in Ohio, dau. of Jesse HATCHER and -----

Edwin A. CROSBY 22, Miss Alta A. WOOD 16. Mar. at Clearwater, 25 Dec. 1882 by M.A. DeCAMP. J.P. Wit: John RAYNER and David RAYNER. Groom born in Wisconsin, son of H.W. CROSBY and Hannah WATERHOUSE. Bride born in Minnesota, dau of ----, foster father John RAYNER.

Jens P. THOMPSEN 26, Annie N. CHRISTENSEN 23. Mar. 29 Dec 1882 at Oakdale by G.C. PALMER . Co Judge. Wit: Peter THOMPSEN and Annie L. TOMPSEN. Groom born in Germany, son of Souke THOMPSEN and Katrina PAULSON. Bride born in Germany, dau. of Roy CHRISTENSEN and Christian ABLASSEN.


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Charles O. THORNTON 19, Miss Mary IVES 16. Mar. at Oakdale 19 Nov. 1882 by G.C. PALMER, Co. Judge. Wit: Frank IVES and Mollie E. CASSAIRT. Groom born in New York, son of Hosea B. THORNTON and Harriet SMITTIENS. Bride born in Canada, dau of Ezra IVES and Susan PARKER.

George CORBY 24, Miss Francis E. BUCHANAN 16. Mar. at Oakdale 7 Dec 1882. Wit: Urban BUCHANAN and Mary BUCHANAN. Groom born in Penn. son of Samuel CORBY and Dill MADISON. Bride born in Penn. dau. of Urban BUCHANAN and Rhoda ROUND.

William E. WRIGHT 22, Miss Ada C. HOWE 19. Mar. at Neligh 7 Dec. 1882 by Rapheal KINNE, Minister. Wit: Joseph C. CAMPBELL and Leafy CAMPBELL. Groom born in Mich. son of A.S. WRIGHT and Josephine CRAWFORD. Bride born in Mich., dau. of C.R. HOWE and Emeline COMBS.

William S. NICHOLAS 24, Miss Prudence N. DURHAM 17. Mar. at res. of E.G. DURHAM 21 July 1882 by Rapheal KINNEY. Wit: E.G. DURHAM and H.M. DURHAM. Groom born in ILL, son of Jonathan NICHOLAS and Emily HUMPHERY. Bride born in ILL. dau of Edmund Goodhue DURHAM and K.M. WILSON.

Charles C. HOLBROOK 38, Miss Ella TAYLOR 25. Mar. at the res. of David TAYLOR in Clearwater Township, 13 Apr. 1882 by Rev. Raphael KINNEY, Wit: Mrs. Matilda KINNEY and David TAYLOR. Groom born in Wisconsin, son of Jacob HOLBROOK and Minerva NASH. Bride born in Ohio, dau. of David W. TAYLOR and Ann CHESTER.

Charles O. LEAKE 25, Miss Emma C. LANCASTER @@. Mar. at the house of Wm. B. LAMBERT In Neligh 18 Oct 1882. by N.A.SACKETT. Wit: Wm. B. LAMBERT and Mr. D.B. LEAKE. Groom born in ILL., son of Isaac B. LEAKE and Deborah WHEELER. Bride born in West Virginia, dau. of George LANCASTER.

Charles C. NELSON 31, Miss Nina SAGEOBERG 30. Mar. at res. of John THOMPSON 21 Oct. 1882 by Raphael KANNE. Wit: John THOMPSON and Mrs. Matilda KINNE. Groom born in Sweden, son of N.G. NELSON and Christina HALLBERG. Bride born in Sweden, dau of F. FOURSHEY and Himmiman ISACON.

Frank HOSKIN 27, Miss Della RUSSELL 21. Mar. 23 Oct. 1882 at Oakdale by G.C. PALMER. Co. Judge. Wit: G.C. PALMER and Mrs. F.A. PALMER. Groom born in Iowa, son of John HOSKINS and Cynthia JAMES. Bride born in Michigan, dau of L.A. RUSSELL and Eleta LOCKWOOD.

J.B. IVES, 38, Miss Ray McLEAN 28. Mar. at Oakda].e 29 Oct. 1882 by G.C.PALMER, Co. Judge. Wit: M.W. KING and Mrs. Kittie KING. Groom born in New York, son of Isaac IVES and Margaret THOMPSON. Bride born in Ohio, dau. of George McLEAN

Samuel YOUNG 25, Knox Co.; Miss Orianna WILSON 19, Bazille Township. Mar. at the house of the bride's parents. 25 Dec. 1882 by J.M. GILBERT. Wit: Meoritt H. WILSON and Mary C. WILSON. Groom born in Ohio, son of John YOUNG and Jane CARNEY. Bride born in Iowa, dau. of W.W. WILSON and Mary HULTZ. (J.M. GILBERT was the Baptist Minister of Creighton, NE)

E.E. CHASE 25, Orlefa CLOSSON 18. Mar. at Ford, NE 11 May 1882 by Virgil M. SWITZER, J.P. Wit: A.W. CLOSSON and C.W. CHASE. Groom born in Ohio, son of Elnatthan CHASE and Lucina KIDDER  Bride born in Wisconsin, dau. of John CLOSSON and Orelia KIDDER.

Christian NELSON 65, Anna MALENE 49. Mar. at Oakdale, 23 June 1882 by Gilbert B. PALMER. Wit: Charles JOHNSON and Christina JOHNSON. Groom born in Denmark, son of Nelson CHRIST and Karen JENSON. Bride born in Norway, dau of Knudt OLESON and Gertrude KNUDTSEN.

James NAPIER 22, Miss Ellen MILLER 21. Mar. by Rev. T.H. POLLACK, 2 Mar. 1882 at the res. of Alexander MILLER. Wit: Alexander GRABIEL and William NAPIER. Groom born in Canada, son of John NAPIER and Jane MITCHELL. Bride born in Scotland, dau. of Alexander MILLER and Jane WILSON.

John P. AHLMAN 30, Menee J. JOHNSON 22. Mar. at the res. of Gilbert C. PALMER in Oakdale 19 Jan. 1882. Groom born in Sweden, son of Peter AHLMAN and Charlotte HAMMERGRERE. Bride born in Sweden, dau. of A. JOHNSON and Josephine MEYER.

Edward M. BOOTH 26, Miss Millie WADSWORTH 14. License 31 Mar. 1882. Applicant: T.H. POLLOCK. Mar. by Rev. T.H. POLLOCK. Minister of the Gospel at his res. 1 April 1882. Wit: J.M. WADSWORTH, M.E. WADSWORTH, Ed. J. WADSWORTH and others.  Groom born  in Wisconsin son of Edward M. BOOTH Sr, and Phoebe _____________ ... (cut off in reproduction)


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John N. LEEPER 35, Miss Barbara GIER 19. Mar. at Oakdale 31 Dec. 1882 by G.C. PALMER. Co. Judge. Wit: Al GROOMS and Jacob GIER. Groom was born in ILL., son of Charles LEEPER and Rachel WILLIAMS. Bride born in Iowa, dau. of Jacob GIER.

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FROM THE LINEAGE AND SURNAME CHAIRMAN
FLORENCE (SNYDER) SCHNITT
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I have been reciving (sic) several Four Generation Ancestor Charts and 3 x 5 Surname Cars prepared correctly, as explained in the membership brochure. These are a pleasure to receive as they are promptly placed on file with very little to do on my part, except to answer your letters if a SASE is enclosed.

However, I still receive cards that are too large for our files. If you are one who has sent these, please redo them if you want them in our records. I simply do not have time to redo these cards, so they are placed on the back burner. You can purchase 100 3 x 5 recipe cards at any drug store or variety store for about 59c. We do not furnish these cards to members.

If I receive ancestor charts without the surname cards, these are put in a separate notebook until I can find the time to make up the surname cards that members should be doing. I like to spdnd (sic) my time answering your letters.

It is the card file I search through when I check to see who is searching for the name you request. Doesn't it stand to reason your surname cards are very important. One day in the future, when we have a sufficient amount of Ancestor Charts, we plan to do some publishing. If yours aren't there they won't be published.

The Four Generation Ancestor Charts we are sending out to NEW members only (at the time you jointed) are No. A24 and can be ordered from Everton Publishers, P.O. Box 368, Logan, Utah 84321. The price is $4.10 for 100 and $10.80 for 500 charts. If you have misplaced your tow (sic) ancestor charts, that were sent you when you joined NSGS, please contact the membership chairman, NOT ME, as I do not have a supply of charts to sent out. His name and address is Mr. Ray Billesbach,.... Please include a SASE. The charts are probably acout (sic) 4ç each.

We are not set up to handle family sheets at this time, so please keep these in your files. All we are asking you to send me are the Four Generation Ancestor Charts and the 3 x 5 Surname Cards.

Please send your queries to ..., not to me.

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Submitted by James D. Wolken, North Platte, NE

From "Tecumseh Chieftain", Aug. 1918, Johnson County

Eliza W. BICKNELL bought Cal JONES' Auto Co.        
Frank PIERCE, George HOFFMAN, E L. BEATTY, Charles STEELS & Frank LITTLE farmers of Crab Orchard
Harold son of Mr & Mrs Clarence E. HILL
A. H. ALLGEIER moved here from Liberty
Miss Viola GANDY of Sterling working for Burlington RR in Lost Springs, WY.
Eldred 2 yr son of Mr & Mrs Oscar DOUGLAS
George ERNST
Dr. J.W. NORRILL injured rescuing a cat.
F. M. SHARRETT of Crab Orchard building a flouring mill.

Births:
Girl to Mr & Mrs Louis SCHMIDT,
girl to Mr & Mrs. Austin L. MARTIN, 8 Aug:
son to Mr & Mrs Gustav HITZEMANN;
son to Mr & Mrs John BODEN of Sterling 9 Aug;
son Lewis to Mr & Mrs Lewis N. CORRINGTON 23 Aug; 
son to Mr & Mrs Thomas HARRIS of Cook.

Deaths:
Mrs. Flotilla B. REYNOLDS 55, Aug 4
W. H. PENTICOST while working in Lincoln
Dietrich HESTERMAN east of Sterling

August STEINKUHLER 46, & son Paul 14, killed in auto, Mrs. & 3 other sons & t dau injured
Charles H. REESE 23, son of Mr & Mrs. W. A. REESE d. in France of wounds rec 6 Aug
Miss Maria KEIM 19, dau of Mr & Mrs J. H. KEIM of appedicitis (sic) attack

continued on page 68


NEBRASKA STATE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

Fall 1981

Page 68

Volume IV, No. 2

LIBRARIANS AND ARCHIVISTS

MEET IN SAN FRANCISCO TO DISCUSS ISSUES AND ANSWERS IN PROVIDING
BETTER REFERENCE SERVICES TO GENEALOGISTS

A Preconference on GENEALOGY AND LOCAL HISTORY REFERENCE SERVICES sponsored by the History Section of the Reference and Adult Services Division of the American Library Association was held at the University of San Francisco from June 24 to June 26, 1981. Representing many of our finest national genealogy and local history collections, twenty-five librarians and archivists presented a variety of sessions for reference librarians who wanted to understand the special research problems of the genealogist in order to provide this type of patron with better reference service.

In the final session of the Preconference a panel of seven members including James B. Bell of the New England Historic Genealogical Society; Gary P. Jensen of the Library of Congress; Dorothy M. Lower of the Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Carolyn Lepold Michaels of the DAR Library; Gunther E. Pohl of the New York Public Libary (sic), David Mayfield of the Genealogical Society of Utah Library and Robert N. Warner, Archivist of the United States discussed important issues in serving the patron interested and genealogy and local history research. It is left that with the increased demand for genealogical information and more bugetary limitation in the institutions which have large holdings of genealogy and local history reference materials, it has become more important than ever before for local libraries to collect and maintain core collections of genealogical guides and local community history. If reference librarians throughout the country can help the beginning genealogist with their questions, then libraries and archives with the large specialized collections can concentrate their services on the utilization of their unique source materials.

It was also agreed that lack of monetary support for public institutions who are responsible for preserving unique records is not only straining their ability to provide adequate public service, but is endangering their efforts to preserve valuable records which may ultimately lost forever. Only if the public becomes aware of these severe budetary (sic) limitations and emands (sic) increased bugetary (sic) support, can this problem be alleviated.

  Ann Reinert
Co-chairman of Preconference
Genealogy and Local History Reference
Services

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Continued from Page 67

Married:
Mary Loretta MURPHY m Louise James HERBEST at St. Andrew's Catholic
Miss Ella LUCE M Elmer TUCKER
George V. GRAVY m Miss Sarah Ruth PEEK at Tecumseh
M. Lic. issued: Thodore GORACKE & Hattie PELLA both of St. Mary
Miss Gertrude DAVIS M. Ira Melvin THOMPSON of Lincoln 8 Aug.
Harry BUTT of Elk Creek m Miss Clara B. RUNYAN of Edgar at Geneva
Aubrey LEWIS m. Miss Margaret Grace MIENS, dau of Lizzie MIENS 10 Aug.
Robert L. EMBREE of University Place m. Miss Grace LARE of Brock

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(DOUGLAS COUNTY)

 

NEWCOMERS to Florence during 1854 were: Philip CHAPMAN, J. B. STOTTSMAN, B.R. PEGRAN, J.M. PARKER, J. C. MITCHELL and others who were interested in laying out the village and in organizing the Florence Land Company. The village was resurveyed and platted by L. F. WAGNER. A great many of the buildings were constructed by Samuel FORGEY and Mr. DRIVER

 

The NEBRASKIAN was the first paper set up and printed in Omaha with its own type and press. It was established in the fall of 1854 with Bird B. CHAPMAN as owner, John SHERMAN as editor and Joe STRICKLAND as printer.

     from History of Omaha by Alfred SORENSON, 1889

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NEBRASKA STATE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

Fall 1981

Page 69

Volume IV, No. 2

FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR YEAR 1980-1981

FINAL AND AUDITED REPORT
Lucile H. Bates, Treasurer

BUDGETED

DEPOSITED

DISBURSEMENTS

MEMBERSHIP

$ 700

1979-1980

80.00

1980-1981

8780.00

616.10

1981-1982

210.00

1982-1983

10.00

MEMORIALS

80.00

Puckett

21.00

Bates

54.50

Hendricks

2.50

Westmore

2.00

DONATIONS

115.00

1

5.00

1

10.00

1

100.00

NEWSLETTER

700 + 566 typewriter

131.50

649.70

QUARTERLY

4000 + 566 typewriter

136.78

2599.27

AREA REPRESENTATIVES $50.00 each

650

205.49

PUBLICITY & PUBLIC RELATIONS

825

562.17

RESEARCH & CORRELATION

300

188.35

ANNUAL MEETINGS

none

1980

233.51

1981

2596.97

2235.32

WORKSHOPS

self supporting

McCook

84.19

(          

Aurora

182.75

( 30.70

Area 11 & 15 

75.00

Scottsbluffs (1981-1982)  

147.97

TOUR TO SALT LAKE CITY 

1200.00

1221.25

SALES TAX TO NEBR

2.42

LIBRARY

100

14.25

317.50

PUBLICATIONS

100 

123.00

Booklets (publicity guides)

Special Publications 

59.50

140.43

LEGISLATIVE

100 

56.19

ADMINISTRATION

500 

534.89

SURNAME

50 

41.17

PIONEER CERTIFICATES

100 

31.50

8225 + 1132  total

 9357

$13,989.45

$9,703.50

FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR 1980-1981

Ending bank balance

94.95 

  Starting balance

6000.81

Investments

2555.00 

  Deposits

13989.45

savings account balance

(5/20/81)      8085.00 

  interest earned

469.82

library balance (4/30/80)

21.63 

  less disbursements

9703.58

Total

$10,756.58 

  total

$10,756.58

invested

present value

Investments--time C.D. Maturity date 11/30/82

$1555.00  

$1795.31

Maturity date 5/30/83

1000.00  

1109.21

Increse (sic) in value $349.52


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