Nebraska State Genealogical Society Journals NEBRASKA ANCESTREE
Vol V, no. 1, page 22 - Summer 1982
Submitted by Martha Osborne, Lynnwood, WA
SOME GRAYSON COUNTY, VIRGINIA MARRIAGES
Many residents of Grayson County, Virginia migrated to Madison, Cherry and Hooker Co's, NE in the late 1800's.Book 1
Jonathan OSBORN m. Agneys WELLS, 24 Sept 1796 by Elisha BEDWELL
Reuben CORNETT m. Betsey BOWEL, 18 Dec. 1809 (marriage bond)
Samuel LONG m. Molly CORNETT, 12 Sept 1811/12 by Elisha BEDWELL
Aquilla GREER m Polly FIELDER 19 May 1814 by Elisha BEDWELL
James CORNUTT m Polly RANKINS 4 Dec 1814 by Elisha BEDWELL
Daniel DELP m Peggy COUCH 13 June 1813 by Elisha BEDWELL
Reuben CORNETT m Ceily PENDLETON, 16 Oct. 1815
Philip DELP m. Gincy WRIGHT, 5 Dec. 1822 by Jona THOMAS
Solomon OSBORN m. Hannah COX 14 Feb 1822 by Jone THOMAS
Peter DELP m. Sarah RUDY 12 May 1823 by Jona THOMAS
Jonathan JENNINGS m Clarissa GOAD 22 Feb 1827
Wm. FARMER m Polly BEDSAL d/ Daniel BEDSAL (marriage bond) 15 Jan 1828
Mathew FIELDER m Dorcas ISOM d/ John ISOM 25 Feb. 1825 (bond)
Jeremiah JENNINGS m Peggy ROBINSON d/ John ROBINSON 20 Sept 1826 (marriage bond)
William SCOTT m. Mary JAMES 27 Jan 1834 by Jona THOMAS
Jacob DELP m Elizabeth SAGE 14 Feb 1836 by Jonathan THOMAS
William BOBBIT m Celia JENNINGS 3 March 1836 by John VAUGHN
Alfred CORNETT s/ Reuben m. Elizabeth RUSSELL d/ Philip RUSSELL 20 Mar. 1837 (marriage bond)
Eli DANIEL m. Elizabeth SOUTH 7 Sept 1837
Thomas DALTON m. Mary JENNINGS 29 May 1833Book II
p. 10 Mar. 16, 1863 Wm. B. OSBORN, age 48, single, born in Grayson Co. VA son of Wm. & Polly OSBORN, m. Sarah EVANS, age 28, single, born in Ashe Co. N.C. d of James EVANS marriage performed by Solomon OSBORN.
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GRAYSON COUNTY, VIRGINIA MARRIAGES continued:
p. 7. 18 March 1860 Dannis FIELDER, age 50, widowed, born in Grayson Co. VA s/ Dennis and Delia FIELDER. m. Mary M. FIELDER, age 36, widowed. b. in Grayson Co. VA d/ Stephen and Milly BOURN. Marriage performed by Randolph FIELDER.
p. 12. 4 Jan. 1866 Leander BOYER, age 26, single, born in Grayson Co. VA. s/ John and Jane BOYER, m. Susan RECTOR, age 15, single born in Grayson Co. VA. d/ Jacob and Mahalah RECTOR. Marriage performed by S. CLARKE.
p. 14. 30 May 1866 Harvey BOYER, age 31, single, born in Grayson Co., VA. s/ Daniel and Susan BOYER. married Ann DUFFEY, age 24, single, born in N.C. d/ Richard DUFFEY. Marriage performed by John WALSH.
p. 15. 22 Nov. 1866 Floyd ANDERS, age 19, single, born in Grayson Co. VA s/ Thomas and Sarah ANDERS, m. Nancy OSBORN, age 21, single, born in Grayson Co. VA. d/ Enoch and J OSBORN Marriage performed by Stephen CLARKE
p. 16. 24 March 1867 John R. POOL, age 36, widower, born in Grayson Co. VA. s/ Jonathan POOL m. Missouri BOYER. age 22, single born in Grayson Co. VA d/ John and Jane BOYER. Marriage perfumed by Wm. O. REED.
p. 16. 4 April 1867 Harvey BOYER, age 19, single, born in Grayson Co. VA s/ S. & P. BOYER m. Mima AUSTIN, age 18, single, born in Grayson Co. VA d/ Wm. C. & B. AUSTIN. Marriage performed by Wm. 0. REID.
p. 18. 18 Aug. 1868. David GARRISON, age 73, widower, b. in Grayson Co. VA. s/ I & S. GARRISON, m. Charlotte CORNETT, 51, widow, born in Grayson Co. VA. d/ Denis and DELIA FIELDER. Married by Stephen CLARKE.
p. 19. 25 Jan. 1869 Daniel BOYER, 28, single, b. Grayson Co. VA s/ John & Jane BOYER. m. Liddy OSBORN, 19, single. b. Grayson Co. VA d/ Z. & J. OSBORN. M. by S. CLARKE, J.P.
p. 21 17 March 1870 E.J. FIELDER, 19, single, b. Grayson Co. VA s/ D. & P. FIELDER, m. M.M. DELP, 18, single. b. Grayson Co. VA. d/ L.& E. DELP. Marriage performed by J. LIVESAY.
p. 22. 30 July 1871 Isaac BOYER, 22, single. born in Grayson Co. VA. s/ Stephen & Polly BOYER, m. Sarah REEVES 17, single, b. Grayson Co. VA d/ Joshua & Anne REEVES. Marriage performed by E.F.S. COX
p. 28. 22 Oct 1874 Jon. K. BOYER, white, 26, single, b. in Grayson Co. Va. s/ John and Jane BOYER, m. Juncy PHIPPS. 22, single b. Grayson Co. VA d/ Jun. & M. PHIPPS.
p. 29. 27 Dec. 1874 John A. JAMES, 23, b. in Smyth Co. VA, s/ J.Y. & E.P. JAMES m. E.F. BOYER 18, b. in Grayson Co. VA. d/ S. & Polly BOYER. M. was performed by E.F.S. COX. John A. JAMES was a farmer residing in Wythe Co. VA.
p. 30. 7 Jan 1875 Harvey BOYER, 28, widower, b. in Grayson Co. VA s/ Stephen and Polly BOYER m. in Wythe Co. VA to Sally E. JAMES, 23, single. d/ James Y. and Eliza JAMES. Marriage performed by Jas J. PHILLIPS. Harvey BOYER living in Grayson Co. VA. Sally E. JAMES resided in Wythe Co. VA.
p. 31. 17 Oct 1875 A.P. MURRY 38, widower, b. Grayson Co. VA. s/ Thomas and G. MURRY, m. Mary GAMBILL, 27, divorced, b. N.C. d/ Wm. and C. JENNINGS. Married performed by S.M. DICKEY
p. 36. 19 Mar. 1878 John MURRY 17 single, b. in Grayson Co. VA s/ A. & C. MURRY m. Peggy ANDERS, 17, single, b. Grayson Co. VA d/ Thomas & S. ANDERS. Married by E.F.S. COX
p. 37. 29 July 1878 Stephen JAMES, age 26, single, b. in Smthe Co. VA s/ J.Y. & E. JAMES, m. Virginia BOYER 28, b. Grayson Co. Va. d/ J. & J. BOYER. Marriage performed by A.B. ELLIOTT
p. 40. 2 Jan. 1880 Robert E. MURRY, 17, single, b. in N.C. s/ A.P. & C. MURRY, m. Celia TAYLOR 21, single, b. Grayson Co. Va. d/ B. & N. TAYLOR married by Wm. 0. REID, Magistrate.
p. 41. 20 June 1880 James ANDERS, 22 b. Grayson Co. Va. s/ Bonney K. ANDERS, m. Laura WATSUN 17, b. Grayson Co. Va. d/ B.F. & Thursey WATSUN. Marriage performed by Elan James SHOEMAKER.
p. 41. 13 Aug. 1880 Henry ANDERS, 27, widow, b. Grayson Co. Va. s/ Thomas & S. ANDERS, M. Martha J. SHUMATE, 18, single, b. in N.C. d/ Jas & Nancy SHUMATE. Marriage performed by James SHUMATE, D.D.
p. 43. 30 April 1881 Enoch R. COX, 55, widower, b Grayson Co. VA. s/ Harden and Nancy COX m. Martha CROUSE, divorced, b. N.C. d/ Wm. and C. JENNINGS.
p. 45. 11 June 1882 Stephen BOYER, 22, single, b. Grayson Co. VA s/ Stephen and Polly BOYER m. Julia A. LAWSON, 21, single, b. Wythe Co. VA, d/ D. & A. LAWSON. Marriage performed by J. H. WEAVER
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SOME GRAYSON COUNTY, VIRGINIA MARRIAGES continued:
p. 46. 21 Oct. 1882 Enoch C. ANDREWS, 24, single, b. N.C. s/ R. & J. ANDREWS, m. Bettie MURRY 13 1/2, single, born Grayson Co. VA. d/ A.P. & C. MURRY. Marriage performed by Jas. SHUMATE.
p.48. 26 May 1883 Levi OSBORN 19, single, b. Grayson Co. Va. s/ W. & S. OSBORN, M. Jane RUTHERFORD, 21, single b. Grayson Co. Va. d/ F. & M. RUTHERFORD. Marriage performed by S. M. DICKEY
p. 48. 13 Oct 1883 J.M. JAMES, 25 single, b. N.C. s/ J.Y. & E.P. JAMES m. C.B. MEADE 24, born Scott Co. VA d/ I. & M. MEADE. Marriage performed by G.W. SUMMERS
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Copied and submitted by Helen Peterson, Columbus, Ne and Violet Mohlman, Columbus, Ne
EARLY PLATTE COUNTY, NE MARRIAGES, 1858-- 1869 Vol. 1-A
John WILL & Marie RICKERT, both of Platte Co. 5 July 1858 at house of Peter MEYER.
Wit. Mrs. Ellen MEYER. C.B. STILLMAN, J. of P.
James E. NORTH & Nally S. ARNOLD, both of Platte Co. 17 Feb. 1859 at the house of Peter MEYER.
Wit: Mrs. Ellen MEYER. C.B. SULLIVAN, J. of P.
Sorin MILLER & Mrs. Julia A. BEEBE, both of Platte Co. 24 April 1859 at the home of George SPAULDING.
Wit: Cyrus TOLMAN & Lydia E. SPAULDING. C.B. STILLMAN, J. of P.
Charles BRIMER & Mrs. Mary LEECH both of Platte Co. 25 April 1859 at the house of F.G. BECHER
Wit: John RECK & John RICKLY. C.B. STILLMAN, J. of P.
Adam DENK & Margaretha LOY both of Platte Go. 5 June 1859 at the house of Adam DENK.
Wit: Josiah C. GASTON. Geo. HEWITT, Probate Judge.
Henry LUSCHE & Catharine NIESTEDT, both of Platte Co. 26 June 1860 at the house of the groom
Wit: Henry and Mary RICKERT, by Henry MEYER, Teach. of the Gospel.
Charles A. SPEICE & Catherine BECHER, dau. of Gustavus BECHER, both of Platte Co. 31 May 1860 at the house of Francis G. BECHER.
Wit: John BECK and Mary E. RICKLY. by C.B. STILLMAN, Mayor of Columbus and ex officio J. of P.
Francis G. BECHER & Mary E. RICKLY, both of Platte Co. 6 Nov. 1860 at the house of John RICKLY
Wit: Gustavus BECHER and John RICKLY by Michael WEAVER, J. of P.
James McALLISTER, Jr. & Elizabeth POWELL both of Platte Co. 22 June 1861
Wit: Jonas WELCH and Margaret SHACKLETON by Henry J. HUDSON, J. of P. for Genoa Prect.
Frederic GOTTSCHALK & Mrs. Margaretha DENK, both of Platte Co. 20 Aug. 1861 at the house of Mrs. M. DENK.
Wit: John WILL & Mrs. Marie WILL by C. B. STILLMAN
Charles REINKE & Mrs. Margaret TILLING both of Platte Co. 20 Sept. 1861 at the house of the bride's father.
Wit: Jonas WELCH and Michael TILLING at Genoa by Henry J. HUTSON, J. of P.
William B. HILL and Jenny WRIGHT both of Platte Co. 2 Oct. 1861 at the house of James L. JEFFRIES
Wit: Michael SMITH and Lucinda JEFFRIES by Henry M. KEMP, J. of P.
Jonas WELCH & Margaret SHACKLETON, 25 Dec. 1861
Wit: Joseph McFADDEN & Ellen WELCH
James DOTY & Jennette JONES, both of Platte Co. 5 Jan. 1862
Wit: James JONES and Ann Jones
J.M.B. VANDEVERT & Cora TONCRAY both of Platte Co. 16 April 1862 at the house of R.W. CORSON
Wit: Charles GERENTON and Walter C. STONE, by R.W. CORSON J. of P.
Levi EBY & Harriet PENN, 29 Oct. 1862 at the house of Thomas RUSSELL.
Wit: Thomas RUSSELL and Angeline KEMP by H. M. KEMP, J. of P.
Joseph McFADDEN & Ellen WELCH, both of Platte Co. 12 Nov. 1862.
Wit: R.P. KIMBALL and Susan SNEFFLAR
Henry HALL & Emma SMITH 11 Nov 1862 at the house of Mrs. C.R. BAKER in Platte Co.
Wit: C.R. BAKER and G.C. BECHER by C.A. SPEICE, J. of P.
Nelson TURNER and Margaret STOW, both of Platte Co. 4 Dec. 1862 at Springville.
Wit: Jacob COON and Abitha STOW by Joseph GERRARD, J. of P.
James HUTESON and Margaret FAIRLY, both of Merrick Co. 28 Dec. 1862 in the house of C. B. STILLMAN.
Wit: C.B. STILLMAN and Jason PARKER by C.A. SPEICE, J. of P.
John DENEEN and Mrs. Mary SCANDLING both of Platte Co. 16 April 1863 at the house of David CARRIG.
Wit: Thos. LYNCH and Mary A. HAYS by T.A. SMITH
Edwin EHRENS & Anna LOSEKE, dau. of John George LOSEKE. 21 April 1863.
Wit: Mr. & Mrs. John George LOSEKE and Mrs. Kate SPEICE
Jacob FURMAN & Ann EBY both of Merrick Co. 21 June 1863 at the house of the bride in Merrick Co.
Wit: Mr. & Mrs. Henry HURLEY and John EBY.
Jonathan JONES & Miss Pheby Jane GARDNER, dau. of Joseph GARDNER both of Platte. Co. 26 July 1863
Wit: Joseph GARDNER and Katharena SPEICE
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Early Platte County Marriages continued:
James BEAMAN & Miss Eliza M. HAGAR, both of Platte Co. 22 Aug. 1863 at the house of Robert CORSON.
Wit: James BUTTOCK & Henry HAGAR.
Alonzo HUGGANS & Mrs. Malinda SMITH both of Platte Co. 26 Dec. 1863 at the house of William DAVIS.
Wit: Wm. DAVIS and Noah CAUNN?
Uri BENNETT & Abigail W. TAYLOR, dau of James S. TAYLOR, both of Platte Co. 12 Jan. 1864
Wit: J.S. TAYLOR and Mrs. A.W. TAYLOR
John LENNETT and Anna SIMMS both of Platte Co. 23 Feb 1864 at the house of C.A. SPEICE.
Wit: Mrs. Kate SPEICE and Nathaniel STEVENS.
E.W. TONCRAY & Catharine RICKLY both of Platte Co. 13 March 1864 in the house of John RICKLY.
Wit: I.N. TAYLOR and Isaac ALBERTSON
Henry (Heinrich) LOSEKE & Elizabeth KUMPF both of Platte Co. 28 June 1864.
Wit: John HELD and Michael ERB
Benjamin F. McFARLEN Jr. & Carline BALDWIN, both of Butler Co. 26 June 1864 at house of James DOCATUR in Butler Co.
Wit: J. HOBERT & F. C. JOHNSON
I. N. TAYLOR & Mrs. Sarah E. LAWTON both of Platte Co. 24 July 1864
Wit: G.W. STEVENS And Mrs. Olive STEVENS.
George BERNE & Miss Rosena HENGGELER both of Platte Co. 27 Feb. 1865 in the house of William KELLY. by Rev. Wm. KELLY.
William WARREN & Miss Evaline BALDWIN, both of Platte Co. 10 April 1865 at the house of R.W. CORSON.
Wit: Mrs. Lydia BALDWIN and Mrs. R.W. CORSON. by R.W. CORSON J. of P.
George LAWRENCE & Miss Charlotte A. SKINNER, dau. of Joseph SKINNER. 30 April 1865.
Wit: Joseph SKINNER and Byron SKINNER by Jacob ADRIANCE, Minister of the Gospel.
James HANEY and Miss Johannah HANEY, both of Platte Co. 28 Nov. 1865.
Wit: John HANEY John DRUEN & Miss Mary Jane SCHOOTMAN both of Platte Co. 8 Dec 1865
Frank J. NORTH & Miss Mary L. SMITH both of Platte Co. 24 Dec 1865 at the house of James E. NORTH.
Wit: James E. NORTH & Jane A. NORTH
John W. ROBLEY of Appanoose Co. Iowa and Miss Sarah GERRARD of Platte Co. 6 Feb. 1866 at the house of Joseph GERRARD.
Wit: C.B. STILLMAN and Joseph GERRARD by John B. MAXFIELD, Minister of the Gospel.
Robert M. FROST & Martha F. SIBLEY both of Platte Co. 26 Feb. 1866.
James MURIE & Miss Mary C. FARNSWORTH both of Platte Co. 28 March 1866
Clark COUNCEY & Miss Mary HAYS both of Platte Co. 29 April 1866
Washington FULTON & Mrs. Ellen McFADDEN both of Platte Co. 10 June 1866
William JONES & Miss Margaret GORMAN both of Platte Co. I July 1866 at the house of Henry LUDWIG.
Wit: Mr & Mrs H. C. LUDWIG by Joseph GARDINER, J. of P.
J. H. GARDINER & Miss Elva HURLBURT both if Platte Co. 1 July 1866 in the home of Horace HURLBURT.
James M. HASHBERGER & Elizabeth FARREN both of Platte Co. 26 Aug 1866 by Lewis WARREN, Elder in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
James HUDSON and Miss Ellen J. MASON both of Platte Co. 1 Oct. 1866.
Wit: Washington FULTON and Ellen FULTON.
J.F.G. MILLS & Miss Laura A. WILLIAMS both of Platte Co. 16 Oct. 1866.
Wit: Joseph SELTZER, Enos WILLIAMS, Mary DANIELS, Rebecca SELTZER & Catherine WILLIAMS
James A. MADISON & Anna C. KELLY, of Platte Co.
Wit: B.S. KELLY 30 Oct 1866
Philander GRAVES & Mrs. Sarah RUSSELL, of Platte Co, 18 Nov, 1866 by Jacob ADRIANCE, Minister of the Gospel.
Jacob GUTER & Rosena EGGER both of Platte Co. 28 Nov. 1866
Wit: Jacob ERNST, at the house of Hy J. HUDSON.
Thomas BRADY & Mrs. Margaret SMITH both of Platte Co. 24 Dec. 1866 by Rev. I. M. RYAN
Henry C. WILSON & Miss Catharine GRANT of Platte Co. 1 Jan 1867
N. H. BARTON & Miss Melisa P. COOK, both of Platte Co. 10 Feb. 1867
Wit: Rich. COOK, John KELLY N.D. FOSTER, Savil S. COOK and J.B. KELLY
Peter WALCH & Margaret 0. CONNOR both of Platte Co. 5 March 1867
WIT: Charles W. WHALEY and John BROWNER by Rev. J. M. RYAN, Pastor
Francis B. SKINNER & Miss Amelia L. GARDNER both of Platte Co. 16 April 1867
Wit: Sarah HUDSON
James GORMLY & Mrs. Mary EGAN both of Platte Co. 22 April 1867 at the home of I.M. RYAN.
Wit: Mr & Mrs Wm HOULIHAN
A. G. HAVEN & Miss Julia Ann MAGRUE, both of Platte Co. 4 June 1867 at the house of C.H. WHALEY
Wit: Christopher WHALEY and A.E. SEVERN
Michael MEROHN & Miss Dora LUCAS both of Platte Co. 28 July 1867.
Wit: F.A. HOFFMAN by A. MILLER, Justice of the Peace.
Will B. DALE & Miss Caroline J. RICKLY both of Platte Co. 9 Oct. 1867 at the house of John RICKLY.
Wit: John RICKLY and F. G. BEECHER by Henry E. BROWN, Minister of the Gospel.
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Early Platte County Marriages continued:
William S. SKINNER & Miss Isabelle GURLEY both of Platte Co. 21 Oct 1867 at the home of Augustus MILLER.
William R. BOWMAN & Miss Mary Hellen DAVIS both of Platte Co. 10 June 1867 at the home of O.T.B. WILLIAMS.
Wit: Mr. WILLIAMS and Miss E.C. SHAW by Sam GOODALE, Minister of the Gospel.
Wm. ANDERSON & Miss Amy MARQUESS? both of Platte Co. 17 Nov. 1867
Wit: Charlotte CRAWFORD
Wm. G. STRATHERS & Miss Adeline E. GERRARD both of Platte Co. 27 Nov. 1867 at the house of Joseph GERRARD.
Wit: Samuel S. SMITH, James BROWN and Bishop B. KELLEY by Joel WARNER, officiating Minister.
Herman LOSEKE & Anna JOHANNAS both of Platte Co. 2 Dec. 1867
Wit: Henry JOHANNAS
David OBRIAN & Bridget McCADE both of Platte Co. 7 Jan 1868
Wit: M. RAGAN
Albert SKINNER & Margaret McALISTER of Platte Co. 19 Jan. 1868
Wit: Stephen McALISTER and Lizzie LAWRENCE by James McALISTER, Justice of the Peace.
John MILLER & Mary EGGER, both of Platte Co. 26 Jan. 1868 at the house of Charles BREMER
Wit: Frank BECHER and Charles SPEICE by E.W. TONCRAY, Probate Judge.
James A. HARM & Miss Margaret GRANT both of Platte Co. 18 Feb. 1868
Wit: Mrs. HALGHAN? and Mrs. RAGAN
Albert KEMP & Miss Elizabeth A. BALDWIN 14 March 1868
Wit: Sarah HUDSON
Frank McCORMICK & Miss M. Agnes CLOUGH both of Platte Co. 27 May 1868
George GALLEY & Miss Helen Mary Minerva PASKA 10 June 1868 in the house of George GALLEY
Samuel GALLEY & Mrs. Lettuce BRINDLEY both of Platte Co. 15 July 1868 at the house of Charles BRINDLEY
Gotthelf POLEMKE & Miss Bertha TARNOW both of Platte Co. 19 August 1868
Wit: Mr & Mrs ERB.
Nathan WOODS & Miss Angaline HASHBERGER both of Platte Co. 22 Aug. 1868
Wit: Geo. YOUNG and Jno CARL
William GERHOLT & Mrs Mary WYSS or (WIES) both of Platte Co. 1 Oct. 1868
Wit: Martin HYNES
George E. BARNUM & Miss Carrie KIMBALL both of Platte Co. 25 Dec 1868 at the house of Guy C. BARNUM
Wit: C. BARNUM
Sylvenus E. CUSHING & Sarah E. NORTH both of Platte Co. 24 Dec 1868
in the presence of Maj. Frank NORTH and Mrs. Anna GOODALE
Charles E. MORSE & Miss Alphansine H. NORTH both of Platte Co. 24 Dec. 1868
in the presence of Maj. Frank NORTH & Mrs. Anna G. GOODALE.
William LAMB & Mary RYAN both of Platte Co. 22 Jan. 1869
Wit: Thomas RYAN & Miss McCAN
John BROWNER & Mrs. Margaret CURRY both of Platte Co. 6 Feb. 1869 in the Catholic Church in Platte Co.
in presence of Mrs. CANN and Wm HOLSHAN by J.M. RYAN, Pastor
Danel KANE and Mrs. Bridget MACK both of Platte Co. 7 Feb. 1869
Wit: Mr. & Mrs. James HANEY
Charles N. ABBOTT & Miss Martha A. GARDNER both of Platte Co. 12 March 1869
John J. RICKLY & Miss Amanda C. DARLING both of Platte Co. 22 April 1869 at the house of Mr. DARLING.
WIT: C.A. SPEICE & W. B. DALE
Jonas HEDMAN & Miss Christine ANDERSON both of Platte Co. 29 May 1869
Wit: Chs. THRUSH and Sarah HUDSON
Eligah A. MIERS & Miss Cadelia HERLEY both of Platte Co. 2 July 1869 at the house of C. W. TONCRAY.
Wit: Elisha SHOEMAKER and Hety O. REESE
Elisha SHOEMAKER & Miss Hety 0. REESE both of Platte Co. 2 July 1869 at the house of E.W. TOYCRAY.
Wit: Mr & Mrs MIERS.
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Submitted by: Mrs. Georgene Morris Sones, Omaha, Ne
Source: Plat Book of Platte County, Nebraska
Compiled from County Records and Actual Surveys--1899
NAME POST OFFICE SEC. Name Post Office Sec. BISMARCK Prect. BENNING, Gus Columbus farmer 34 BUSS, Henry Columbus farmer 8 DISHNER, F. J. Columbus farmer 36 FRESE, Rev. A.W. Columbus 11 GROTELUSCHEN, John Columbus farmer 2 Pastor of German Evangel. Lutheran Christ Ch. RAKE, Heinrich Columbus farmer 9 HAKE, William Columbus farmer 9 JOHANNES, William Columbus farmer 12 JAMES, J.W. Columbus 29 KRUMLAND William Columbus farmer 18 Mgr. Platte County Poor farm LOSEKE, Gerhard Columbus farmer 11 KREYE, Arnd. Columbus farmer 4 LUCHSINGER, Franz Columbus farmer 16 LOSEKE, Louis Columbus farmer 2 MUELLER, Rev. G. Shell Creek 24 LOSEKE, Herman Columbus farmer 2 Pastor-St. John's German Evangel. LUESCHEN, Henry G. Columbus farmer 9 SCHREIBER, William Columbus farmer 22 SAALFELD, John Columbus farmer 18 WURDEMANN, John Columbus farmer 3 SCHULZ, W.D. Columbus farmer 15
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Patrons' Directory, Platte County, Ne continued (1899)
NAME POST OFFICE SEC. NAME POST OFFICE Sec. BURROWS prect. ALBERS, P.H. Platte Center farmer 30 HUGHES, Hugh lumber COONEY, M.E. Platte Center farmer 33 KOON, A. L. loans & insurance EVANS, John T. Platte Center farmer 30 MAIER & KOTLAR Blacksmiths GERMAN, F.S. Humphrey farmer 2 MIESSLER, C.F.O. physician & surgeon MINTKEN, Edo Humphrey farmer 2 PASCHAL, J.L. Editor of the "Telegram" SAVIDGE Chas. Tarnov 10 PLATH, G. A. Livery and feed farmer & custom thresher ROBISON, I. D. County Judge CIELOH, Joseph Platte Center farmer 28 SCOTT, G.A. Prop. "Clother House" EISENMENGER, A. Humphrey farmer 1 TIESING, Berthold physician & surgeon FANGMAN, J.H. Cornlea farmer 6 WURDEMAN, Chas. mgr. Columbus Planing Mill LAMB, Geo. N. Platte Center farmer 30 CLARK, T. R. Physician & surgeon PAPROCKI, Joseph B. Tarnov farmer 15 FOSTER & SMITH lumber SMITH, Arthur Platte Center farmer 28 GEITZEN, J.B. Mgr. of lumber co. THOMAZIN, Geo. Platte Center farmer 19 GOTTSCHALK, L. F. civil engineer WOLF, Arthur Platte Center farmer 30 BAGEL & STEVENSON PRODUCE ZAVIGE, G.S. Tarnov HELD, Louis blacksmith & wagon-Maker gen. merchandise KERSENBROCK, J.H. Prop. of Columbia Brewery VENERABLE, Sister Bartholomew Tarnov 14 LUBKER, Henry farm machinery Sister Superior in Polish Cath. School MARTYN & EVANS & GEER physicians for the railroad WOLF, F. B. Humprey farmer 30 & St. Mary's Hosp. BUTLER O'BRIEN, Wm. County Attorney KOZLOWSKI, Peter Duncan 1 PHILLIPS, G.W. County Clerk groc. & gen. merchandise REEDER & ALBERT Attorneys TAYLOR, R.A. Silver Creek farmer 18 SCHROEDER, G.A. mgr. Columbus Roller Mills COLUMBUS STENGER, F. G. retired farmer BANASCH, Stephen Columbus farmer 13 WHITMOYER & GONDRING Attorneys BEAN, H.C. Columbus farmer 34 CRESTON ERNST, W. T. Columbus farmer 8 BARRETT, Wm. Creston farmer 9 GALLEY, George Jr. Columbus farmer 27 DEPE, John Bohett farmer 33 HOLDEN, H.D. Columbus farmer 21 HAKE, Hermann Bohett farmer 33 LOUIS, Jacob Columbus farmer 20 KRAUSE, August Creston farmer 28 MORSE, C.E. Columbus farmer 1 MEYER, Lena Creston farmer 28 NICHOL, J.E. Columbus farmer 23 OFE, Charles Creston farmer 16 POEFFEL, P. jr. Columbus farmer 4 SCHROEDER Albert Creston carpenter 30 RODEHORST, H. Columbus farmer 1 SEVERIN, Fritz Leigh farmer 13 SISSLE, Henry D. Columbus farmer 14 WARNSTEDT, A.H.R. Leigh farmer 13 WOLLBERG, R. Oconee farmer 10 DECKER, Willis Creston farmer 30 BARNUM, G.C. & T.E. Columbus 36 FRIEDRICH, K.A. Creston farmer 9 farmers & cattle breeders HELD, Jacob Leigh 36 DODDS, Wm. F. Columbus 13 farmer & fruit grower farmer & Livestock breeder LAKE, J. L. Creston farmer 33 GALLEY, John J. Columbus farmer 33 NICHOLS, I. J. Leigh farmer 14 GATES, I.E. Columbus farmer 21 REINS, Fritz Leigh farmer 3 LISCO, R. G. Columbus 26 SCHURR, John Creston farmer 10 farmer & Co. Commissioner TAYLOR, J. L. Leigh farmer 12 LUCKEY, Fred Columbus farmer 2 WHEELER, S. J. Creston farmer 22 NEWMAN, Wm. J. Columbus 26 CITY OF CRESTON farmer & livestock breeder EVENS, J. H. Prop. of Creston House PHILLIPPS, H.A. Columbus farmer 3 PETERSON, A. M. Gen. Merchandise REED, H.B. Columbus farmer 18 THOMPSON, R.B. Attorney SCHEFCIK, I. F. Columbus farmer 36 ZELLER, A. J. retired farmer WINSLOW, H.M. &son Columbus farmer 16 PARKS, J. Frank Contractor & Builder CITY OF COLUMBUS SHORT & McKEE livery BECHER, Jaeggi real estate, loans, insurance WAGNER, C. E. Publisher of "Statesman" BUCHER, Wm. resident GRAND PRAIRIE BYRNES, J.C. Sheriff of Platte Co. ADAMS, John Creston farmer 1 ELLIOTT, H.S. County Treasurer BRUEN, D.L. Humphrey 14 GARLOW, C. J. Attorney poultry farm GLUCK, I. Real estate & broker GENTLEMAN, Wm. Platte Center farmer 20 GRAY, S.C. & C.C. hardware dealer HERTMAN, C. Platte Center farmer 27 HEINTZ, A. Prop. of Columbus elect. JELDEN, John Columbus farmer 35
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Patrons' Directory, Platte County, Ne continued (1899)
NAME POST OFFICE SEC. NAME POST OFFICE Sec. GRAND PRAIRIE Prect. KELVE, Joseph A. Humphrey farmer 6 ZACH, Franz Humphrey farmer MAURER, J.S. Humphrey farmer 10 ZACH, Ignaz Humphrey farmer ROEDIGER, Rev. Edmund Humphrey 5 ZACH, Vincenz Humphrey farmer 31 Pastor of St. Mary's Cath.church CITY OF HUMPHREY WALTER, Henry Platte Center farmer 32 BLOEDORN & BETHSCHEIDER, Prop. of Blacksmith WEMHOFF, Clemens Humphrey farmer 8 COOKINGRAM & McALLISTER lawyers WENDT, Frank Humphrey farmer 4 CONRAD, Geo. W. agent for CROWELL Grain Co. WIESER, Vincent Humphrey farmer 17 DUFFY, Geo. W. publisher of "PlatteCo. BECHER, D.A. Columbus farmer 36 Democrat" BODMER, Alfred Humphrey farmer 14 FELDMANN, Rev. Bartholomew, Pastor German Cath. HELLBUSCH, W. C. Creston farmer 13 Church of Tarnov HOESLY, M. Platte Center farmer 16 FORSAITH, W. Prop. of Granville Hotel JOHNSON, Heye Humphrey farmer 11 GILSDORF, Jos. Prop. of Midway Saloon LUCHSINGER, Martin Humphrey farmer 10 HERBES & WERNER Prop of Humphrey Tubular Well Works MORROW, E. C. Platte Center farmer 33 BUNKER, H. & Bro. Lumber dealers SCHELP, Wm. Platte Center farmer 28 KETELSEN & BONES Prop. of Steam Brick Plant WALTER, George Platte Center farmer 32 KURZER, Rev. Florence, Cath. Priest WEMHOFF, Joseph Humphrey farmer 3 LACHNIT, Jos. Prop. of Capital Saloon WETGEN, A. F. Platte Center farmer 34 LEACH, E. H. Prop. of City Restaurant WIESER, M. Humphrey farmer 18 MARTYN, Bey Cashier at Citizen's Bank GRANVILLE Prect. McKINLEY, J. C. Physician & surgeon BENDER, Peter Jr. Cornlea farmer 32 SWALLOW, C. H. Editor of "Humphrey Democrat" BENDER, H. C. Cornlea farmer 30 TIESKOETTER, W.H. Prop. of Commercial Hotel BROCKHAUS, Frank Humphrey farmer 36 VOSE, W. H. Physician & surgeon BUNKER, John Humphrey farmer 15 WALRATH & SHERWOOD Lumber dealers CLAYMON, Herman Humphrey farmer 10 OTTIS & MURPHY Banking COUCH, E. J. Cornlea farmer 32 JOLIET PRECT. GILSDORF, Guido Cornlea farmer 18 CLARK, M. J. Humphrey farmer 12 GILSDORF, Mathias Cornlea farmer 18 HUMPHREYS, W. E. Postville farmer 34 HALE, D.A. Humphrey livestock 25 JENSEN, Peter Lindsay farmer 17 HEESACKER, Cornelius Humphrey farmer 26 JONES, Wm. R. Platte Center farmer 25 HEMMER, Nicholas Cornlea farmer 18 JONES, Thos. Postville farmer 26 KLATTENBURG, George Cornlea farmer 28 JONES, Owen Postville farmer 16 MEREK, August Cornlea farmer 20 LLOYD, David W. Postville farmer 10 Melcher, John St. Bernard farmer 4 MOCK, Daniel Lindsay farmer 6 NIEBER, H. Cornlea farmer 19 NELSON, N. P. Postville farmer 21 OLMER, Richard Humphrey farmer 24 NIELSON, J. C. Lindsay farmer 18 SMITH, J. W. Humphrey farmer 36 PARRY, Owen Postville farmer 25 TERNUS, John Humphrey farmer 21 PETERSON, Peter C. Lindsay farmer 7 TERWILLEGAR, Ohs Cornlea farmer 30 PETERSON, Andrew Lindsay farmer 8 VAN DYKE, Nick Humphrey farmer 15 RUZICKA, M.D. Lindsay farmer 3 WEGENER, Herman Humphrey farmer 24 STENZEL, W. Lindsay farmer 30 HUMPHREY Prect. THOMAS, David Postville farmer 26 ALDERSON, W. A. Humphrey farmer 9 WILLIAMS, R. J. Postville farmer 22 BENDER, John W. Humphrey hog dealer 22 CITY OF LINDSAY BRAUN, J. Humphrey farmer 30 ERICSON, Peter retired farmer BROCKHAUS, Joseph Humphrey farmer 31 HOWARD, Thomas DIXON, Elsworth Creston farmer 25 JOHNSON, John P. farm machinery dealer ENGEL, Antona Creston farmer 1 KOCRENDERFER, U.S. Owner of Lindsay Hotel FUCHS, Ferd. Humphrey farmer 29 PAINTER, Sam K. dealer of gen hardware GRAVES, R.R. Humphrey farmer 34 RIEDE, Peter P. dealer in wine, liq. cigars HARPER, J. R. HUMPHREY farmer 20 LOST CREEK Prect. LOHAUS, Henry Humphrey farmer 18 ARNDT, Wm. Platte Center farmer 24 PRANG, Gus Creston farmer 14 FELDMAN, Rev. Bartholomew, Humphrey REITZ, John Humphrey farmer 7 Pastor German Cath. Church REMENDER, Fred Creston farmer 2 HARMS, Diedrich Platte Center farmer 5 ROLLMAN, Albert Humphrey farmer 4 KEELER, John Platte Center farmer 18 SCHMID, Frank Humphrey farmer 17 LOSEKE, Wilhelm Platte Center farmer 4 TOUGH, D. H. Humphrey farmer 27 MAHER, Ed Platte Center farmer 13 VEITH, Ignatz Humphrey farmer 26 MYLET, Thomas P. Platte Center farmer 22 WARD, James Humphrey farmer 19 TESSENDORF, Albert Platte Center farmer 5 WEBSTER, I. H. Creston farmer 10 TESSENDORF, Gustave Platte Center farmer 7 WATTS, Chas. Monroe farmer 18
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NAME POST OFFICE Sec. NAME POST OFFICE Sec LOUP Precinct BLAZER, Hector Duncan farmer 22 BURKE, John J. Platte Center farmer 21 EISENMANN, John Duncan farmer 19 GROSSNICKLAUS, John Columbus farmer 24 KUMMER, J. G. Duncan farmer 17 IVES, A. H. Columbus farmer 35 MONROE Prect KUNNEMANN, H. L. Columbus farmer 12 ANDERSON, Robt. C. Genoa farmer & shipper 18 LACKEY, John Platte Center farmer 32 BAKER, James Monroe farmer 14 LUESCHEN, J. D. Columbus farmer 25 BECKLAM, Wm. Monroe farmer 2 MARK, John Platte Center farmer 5 CEDAR, P.P. Genoa farmer 30 OZIAS, L. P. Columbus farmer 25 DANNALS, E. B. Monroe farmer 10 RICE, Myron A. Platte Center farmer 22 ERICSON, J. Monroe farmer 2 STEMS, J. F. Sr. Platte Center farmer 4 FELLERS & GILLAN Monroe farmer 10 STEMS, J. F. Columbus farmer 10 GERTSCH, P. Platte Center farmer 1 SHERMAN GLEASON Bros. Monroe farmers 27 ASCHE, B. H. Leigh farmer 12 HART, Bros. Monroe farmer 10 ASCHE, W. Leigh farmer 14 HODGE, John A. Genoa farmer 32 BARJENBRUCH, Henry Leigh farmer 10 HYATT, N. Secor Monroe farm & insur 26 BONING, Fred Neboville farmer 22 JENKINSON, D.W. Monroe farmer 36 BROCK Henry Jr. Neboville farmer 22 LAWSON, John H. Genoa farmer 16 BROCK, John Neboville farmer 26 MAGNUSSON, 0. Monroe farmer 10 BRUGGER Bros. Neboville farmers 26 MATSON, A. E. Monroe farmer 11 DASENBROCK, Fred Leigh farmer 3 MOHR, John Genoa farmer 5 DAVIS, F. E. Boheet farmer 8 OLINE, Mrs. M. Monroe farmer 3 DOERSCH, John Neboville farmer 22 PEARSON, Nels Genoa farmer 21 FRANK, Rev. L. Leigh Pastor St. Paul's PERDUE, A. E. Monroe farmer 15 German Lutheran Church 2 POLLARD, W. M. Genoa Potato farmer 17 GROTELUSCHEN, Wm. Creston farmer 7 RUSSELL, Albert Monroe farmer 24 GROTELUSCHEN, Gerhard Leigh farmer 25 SACRIDER, J. E. Monroe farmer 24 GROTELUSCHEN, Henry Columbus farmer 36 SIPPLE, Wm. Monroe farm. &rel est 10 HEMBD, Lulius Creston farmer 18 CITY OF MONROE HERCHENHAN, Gustave Neboville farmer 14 ALEXANDER, Geo. F. owner of livery, feed HOLLMAN, D. Boheet farmer 28 and stable JENNY Bros. Neboville 24 COLE, W. C. dealer of hardware, machinery farmers & cheese makers and owner of Monroe Feed Mills LITTELMANN, J. H. Boheet farmer 28 GERRARD, E. A. owner of "Looking-Glass LOSEKE, Louis Neboville farmer 36 paper LUDTKE, H. Boheet farmer 5 LIGHTNER, S. W. Dealer in building matls. LUESCHEN, Herman G. Boheet farm.& postmast. 8 SACRIDER, H. I. real estate, loans & ins. MACKENSTADT, F. Leigh farmer 12 STROTHER, R.G. Editor of "Republican" and REESE, Wm. Boheet farmer 20 P.O. ROBERT, L. Leigh farmer 10 CITY OF PLATTE CENTER ROSCHE, Gerhard Boheet farmer 20 BLOEDORN, Wm. dealer of hardware & farm SCHULZ, Henry Creston farmer 6 machines STAAB, John Boheet farmer 4 BURNS, H. C. mgr. of Edwards & Bradford lbr. WENCK, Theodore Boheet farmer 4 CARRIG, Henry C. real estate WILKE, Henry Boheet farmer 28 GRUENTHER, C.M. cashier of Platte Co. Bank WURDEMAN, Herman Leigh farmer 12 and editor of "Platte Center Signal" WURDEMAN, Wm. Leigh farmer 13 HANSEN, Hamer A. physician & surgeon WURDEMAN, J.H. Boheet farmer 9 HANSEN & DARK druggists WURDEMAN, R. H. Boheet farmer 10 KEHOE, K. A. dealer grain,coal, & mach. ST. BERNARD KRAFKA, Anton carpenter-joiner, painting BORN, Otto St. Bernard farmer 10 MOFFETT, John real estate, insurance BOLLINGER, W. G. Lindsay Rector Lutheran NEELY, E.E. owner-Plate Center Roller Mills Church 2 ORLSON, & STONE Livery, feed & drayage DIEDERICH, M. St. Bernard farmer 10 PINSON, Robert postmaster & town clerk FRANCISCAN Fathers of St. Bernard 11 PUGH, Geo. F. physician & surgeon HAUCK, Bernard St. Bernard farmer 16 SCHEIDEL, George farmer HEIMANN, Jos. St. Bernard farmer 3 VAN ALLEN & HEYL Pruducers' Elevator JENSEN, Chris W. Lindsay farmer 31 SHELL CREEK KOEPPE, M. John Lindsay farmer 4 BAKENHUS, Henry Columbus farmer 14 McCARVILLE, Hugh Lindsay farmer BEHLEN, Fred Columbus farmer 1 RAMAEKERS, J.W. Lindsay farmer 7 BENTHACK, P. L. Platte Center physician 11 SUEPER, John St. Bernard farmer BRUNKEN, Johan Columbus farmer 2
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NAME POST OFFICE Sec. NAME POST OFFICE SEC. St. Bernard cunt. Woodville, cont. SUMP, Chas Lindsay farmer 8 CURRIER, J.W. Woodville farmer 7 WESTPHAL, A. H. St. Bernard farmer 14 DEVINE, John St. Edward farmer 20 WALKER FINCH, Will Woodville farmer 18 ANDERSON, Ludwig & C.A. St. Bernard farmers 17 HAU, Geo. St. Edward farmer 5 HAZLITT, John West Hill farmer 1 ANDERSON, Ed Looking Glass farmer 2 JAMES, J.E. St. Edward farmer 28 ATKINSON, Nils Looking Glass farmer 10 JOHNSON, Laurets Palestine farmer 22 BORG, G.A. Looking Glass farmer 2 JUSTUS, L. St. Edward farmer 33 DAHLSTEDT, E.J. St. Edward farmer 5 KEITH, J. R. St. Edward farmer 28 ENG, OSCAR St. Edward farmer 6 KIERNAN, Jas. St. Edward farmer GIBSON, Swan J. Newman Grove farmer 31 county commissioner 10 HOLLORAN, Dan Lindsay farmer 1 MIDDLETON, Geo. Genoa farmer 10 JOHNSON, Grant Looking Glass farmer 4 PEARSE, Swanty West Hill farmer 12 KAMRATH, Frank Newman Grove farmer 3 PETERSON, H.F. St. Edward farmer 6 LENGREAN, A.A. Looking Glass farmer 33 PETERSON, Jno. J. Palestine farmer 22 MATSON, Peter Looking Glass farmer 34 ROLF, A.G. Palestine farmer 35 NELSON, F. J. Newman Grove farmer 17 SCHMIDT, T. Arnold St. Edward farmer 8 NILLSON, N.N. Newman Grove farmer 28 WELIN, Peter Palestine farmer 36 OLSON, Hans Newman Grove farmer 14 WERNER, H. St. Edward farmer 3 OLSON, Nils Looking Glass farmer 3 ZIMMERMAN, John St. Edward farmer 34 & postmaster PETERSON, Nils Looking Glass farmer 11 MISCELLANEOUS ROOD, John Looking Glass farmer 10 GRAVES, L. V. real estate & notary public Leigh, NE SALESTROM, Andrew &Peter St. Edward farmers 17 STOCKS, L. G. real estate & Loans Genoa, Ne SELANDER, Frank Newman Grove farmer 32 WALKER, Bros. owners of Newman Grove Roller Mills STONE, Charles Looking Glass farmer 2 WOODVILLE ABRAHAMSON, John Palestine farmer 26 BERNDT, John Palestine farmer 26 CLARK, Roy St. Edward farmer 7 CROSIER, Geo. St. Edward farmer 28
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Submitted by Eldon Meisinger, Plattsmouth, Cass County, NE
CASS COUNTY NEBRASKA CEMETERIES by PrecinctPrecinct Cemetery General Location Salt Creek Sheffer Pioneer 1 1/4 miles West of U.S 6 northern Pct boundry, midway between Greenwood and Ashland South Bend Wortman (Private) West side of Interstate 80 Hill (Private) 1 mile South of South Bend Riverview (South Ben) 1 mile SE of South Bend, on blacktop Trinity Lutheran Southern edge of Pct. North of Murdock Emanuel (Ger. Evang.) SE corner of Pct. NE of Nurdock Louisville Riverview East edge of Louisville Eight Mile Grove Glendale East of Louisville, North side of Highway 66 Plattsmouth Oak Hill and Holy Western edge of Plattsmouth, on west side of US. 77-75 Sepulchre Pleasant Ridge (Horning) South of Plattsmouth, approx. 3 miles E. of Mynard Billings (abandoned) In Plattsmouth at 9th St. & 8th Ave. Greenwood Greenwood South of Greenwood Belmont Central part of Pct. 3 miles North of Alvo Alvo SE part of Pct., just North of Alvo Elmwood North Elmood (abandoned) NW part of Pct. NW of Murdock Callahan SW of Nurdock Wabash SE of Murdock, NW of Wabash Center Immanuel Loth. N edge of Pct, SW of Louisville, 1/2 mile W of Highway 50 on church road. St. Patrick's North edge of Pct. SE of Louisville, NE of Manley Mount Pleasant, Grandview (abandoned) 2 miles N, 2 1/2 East of Weeping Water West Rock Bluff Eight Mile Grove NW corner of Pct. Young NE part of Pct. 1 mile North of Murray junction east of US. 73-75
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CASS COUNTY CEMETERIES, continued:Precinct Cemetery General Location West Rock Bluff Otterbein SW corner of Pct. north of Nehawka Lewiston BE area, S. of Murray, I mile E of U.S. 73-75 EAST Rock Bluff Dom (abandoned) NE corner Clemmons NW corner of Beaver Lake, west side of Pct. Rock Bluff SE portion of Pct. Kanosha (abandoned) SE corner of Pct. Tipton Camp Creek I mile W, 3 miles N of Eagle Dunkard 1 mile S of Alvo Wright (private) I mile East 1/2 mile north of Eagle Eagle 2 miles East of Eagle, south side of US 34 Stove Creek Elmood north edge of Elmwood, West side of Highway 1 Weeping Water Oakwood Northern edge of Weeping Water Avoca 1/2 mile west of Avoca Nehawka St. John's NW of Nehawka Mt. Pleasant north of Nehawka Liberty Buck NW corner of Pct. East Union I mile E of U.S. 73-75, north of Union West Union west of Union, 1/2 mile south of U.S. 34 Dysart-Hoback (abandoned) SW portion of Pct. Sciota SE corner of Pct.
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Submitted by Cindy Steinhoff Drake, Avoca, Ne
AVOCA PUBLIC SCHOOL (District #20) 1890 SCHOOL CENSUS
The following information was taken from the Cass County School Superintendent Records which are on file at the Cass County Courthouse in Plattsmouth as well as being on microfilm in the Nebraska State Historical Society Archives. The original record gives the age of the student, the number in each family and the legal description of where the family resided. The parent or guardian is given in capital letters with the student's name in lower case letters. Only children between the age of five and twenty-one were listed.Joseph GRAHAM W.Z. DAWSON Ellis Frank Flora Ralph Kate B.C. MARQUARDT Nora Thomas O. TEFFT Fritz HEINE Louisa Joe Melvin Beard Clarence E. Henry Emma J.D. TOMPKINS H.A. RUHGA Robert WILKINSON Fred Lena Brower Robert Emma Lenna Mary J.B. BETTS Albert Willie C. COCHRAN Dora Joe Rosetta Charles Mabel Anna Frank W.M. ROWLAND Fred Behrmann Cyrus Otto Alice Mary J.B. CARTER F.B. BUESCHING J.W. BROOKS Della Calvin Nettie Geo. A. Ost Otto John A. SHELDON Emmet G.W. DAVIS Hattie Fred Carrie Jordon ANDREWS Myrtle Dick KOSTER Edna Esther Thomas A.A. BARDEN Lena J.F. BRENDEL Lucian Bert Chris. Steffens Mattie D.W. FLESHMAN Alden Jacob OPP Grace Attie Chas. PARKER John Onis Sarah Lillie Stella Geo. WALZ James Walter P.P. PECKHAM Emma Clarence Leonard Lulu Anna Annie Alfred John Minnie Richard John Mabel Delia E.B. QUINTON G. HATE S.S. SRIVEN P.A. DOWNS Edith Fred Bertha Johnson Maggie Mamie Jesse M.D. MARQUARDT Andrew HIGGINS J. CONRAD F.W. RUHGE Louis Annie Clarence Herman Ede Wm. ALLEN Detloff BANNICK John Minnie WM. Fred Gustave selma. Geo. Lizzie Sophia J.F. KAUFMAN James Thomas MOZINGO Sophia Gollner Wilhelmena Albert Charles Fred BARTELL C.A. KAUFMAN C.C. SHERFEY Oliver Henry Emshoff Chas. A. John Nora
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Submitted by D. JoAnn Schiefelbein, Wichita, KS
From Hamilton County Atlas of 1903
1903 HAMILTON COUNTY ATLASSOUTH PLATTE PRECINCT (T12 N R6W)Sect. No. Name 1. A.G. ISAACSON 13. H. J. PERRIL 21. Elizabeth EDGAR Est. church B.C. PEDERSON Fredk. LARSON John M. PETERSON Peter LARSEN Jas. PETERSON Frederika SWEDBERG T. HANSEN R. PETERSON C.O. LARSON Peter C. HANSEN C.A. POWERS Nels PETERSON 14. Hans J. JOHNSON J.F. ADAMS P. G. PETERSON H.P. JOHNSON 22. John EICHELBERGER res C. T. ANDERSON L.C. PEDERSEN Aaron EICHELBERGER 2. C.J. ERICKSON J.P. JONES B.A. HIATT A. JOHNSON A.E. SCHERTZ E. J. WHITTEMORE G. ISAACSON J.A. SCHERTZ res. Martin KOHTZ John H. ANDERSON Peter LARSEN F.R. KOHTZ res. Newton POTEE 15. Edward JOHNSON M. SHANEYFELT 3. D.E. DANHAUER Chris NELSON 23. Joseph A. SCHERTZ Samuel HILLIGAS A.W. HICKMAN Peter LARSEN S. I. BENSON J.P. JONES school C. WILSON 16. M.V. FISH A.E. SCHERTZ Rosetta VAN CLEAVE A.M. JOHNSON M. SHANEYFELT 4. James NICKELS F.A. FARLEY James R. RYBY John ELLIS J.L. FARLEY 24. Nels ANDERSON D. E. DANHAUER Joseph LAND A.L. ANDERSON J. B. GLETZER W.S. LONG Ernest STEGEMAN J.P. PETERSON J.J. FARLEY Peter HEMINSON 5. Myrtle P. ATWOOD et al R. COX Chris LUFF 6. John TURNALL (Marquette) 25. Chris LARSEN 7. Myrtle P. ATWOOD et al 17. M.W. JAMES H.T. OLSON Mary E. HAYES Peter TUNALL H.J. THOMPSON 8. Myrtle P. ATWOOD et al Peter HEDBLOWN Peter ANDERSON George A. REYNER D.F. HARQUIST L.H. HANSEN A.P. ANDERSON J.J. FARLEY 26. J.M. STALNAKER J.L. OBERT 18. David HIXSON Michael LEIBHART 9. Minnie CUDNEY E.W. LARSEN H.E. LEIBRART res. J.B. GLETZER J.P. BUTE F.L. CLOTHIER H.D. HALL H. J. WILLIS Roy NEWELL Peter HEDBLOM M.W. JAMES Peter ANDERSON A.M. JOHNSON 19. P.G. HIXON school 10. Margt. MAY W. ZINGSHEM 27. J.W. HERBIG Nelly NICHOLSON E. G. REYMERS F. W. KARR J.D. FERGUSON R. K. HUGHES Neils ERICKSON Erick NELSON school Caroline HERBIG cemetery W. ZINGSHEIM F.L. CLOTHIER Joseph MOIST Geo. MOORE 28. R.H. LINE 11. Isaac KEMBLE W.M. COLLICOTT Joseph WARNEKE Della BENTON R.K. HUGHES Joseph COLLINS John G. GWARTNEY 20. Wm. A. TARBELL P.M. RYAN John KEMBLE C.A. ADAMS D. F. HARTQUIST H.P. JOHNSON T. N. ADAMS A.O. HARTQUIST N.P. JOHNSON D.E. MERIDITH 29. John M. PETERSON 12. school Chas. GREEN Peter HEDBLOM Mary NUGENT Fredk. LARSON J.F. ADAMS Nels PETERSON T.N. ADAMS W.T. ZIGLER Jos. A. RUBY 21. Myrtle P. ATWOOD et al Fredk. HERBIG Peter LORENZEN D.T. GREER Joseph WARNEKE P.A. PETERSON (Avon) Chas. MIDEKE 13. Saml ANDERSON A.W. HICKMAN school Peter LORENZEN Jas. PETERSON 30. A. CARLSON
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1903 Hamilton County Atlas continued:30. O.W. CARLSON 32. Rex GOTHE 34. S. LARSON W.A. TARBELL Daniel FYE Geo. P. KAUFMAN John M. PETERSON cemetery A.S. MATHER N.I. NEANDER church Wm. LEMMONS P. SANGEY 33. P.M. RYAN 35. Sakarius LARSON Morton KEE D.F. HARTQUIST Jas. ARMSTRONG 31. Chas. MIDEKE D.F. HARTQUIST M.M. KAAE G.A. DANIELSON W.C. CHAMBERS Rollo GOTHA John CARL E.J. HAINER 36. J.W. LANE (lease) Joseph WARNEKE Dolos KEARNS Chris FEDDERSON 32. Morton, LEE E.G. SICKMAN Peter NISSEN B.F. BOSSINGHAM 34. Geo. RUSSELL L.P. LARSON John CARL W. LEMMONS
THE OMAHA BEE'S JUNIOR BIRTHDAY BOOKName and address School Year Thomas ASTLEFORD, 2794 South Ninth St. Bancroft 1904 Philip BLEECK, 4010 North 25 Ave. Saratoga 1898 Walter BRACE 4101 North 28 Ave. Monmouth Park 1897 Robert BUNSER, 2924 North 25 St. High 1896 Opal BURKS, 1622 Clark St. Kellom 1902 Charles Reed CAMPBELL, 3004 Elm St Windsor 1894 Mirtha CARNEY, 2112 Chicago St. Central 1903 Bernice CLARKSON, 2403 North 22 St Lake 1901 Thomas P. COGAN, 3507 South 20 St. Vinton 1900 Herman DOHSE, 1901 Ontario St. Vinton 1898 Ledia FULLER, 1523 Marcy St. Leavenworth 1903 Burth HILL, 2530 North 19 St. Lake 1904 Irene HINMAN, 3420 North 25 St. High 1896 Luella JACOBSEN, 2744 Maple St. Howard Kennedy 1898 Fannie JENSEN, 2721 Spalding St. Lothrop 1900 Theodore JOHNSON 1816 Charles T. Kellom 1898 Raymond MANWARREN, Seventeenth and Webster St. Cass 1902 William D. McCULLOCH, 3434 Sahler St. Monmouth Park 1901 Irene NELSON, 1902 South 29 St. Dupont 1904 Ellen NORDSTROM, 4736 Seward St. Walnut Hill 1902 Arthur O'BRIEN, 2226 South 18 St Castellar 1902 Mary O'HALLORAN, Fifth and Spring St St. Patrick 1897 Floyd OVERHAUSER, 3338 Manderson St. Monmouth Park 1897 Dorothy PAYNE, 1516 North 41 Ave Walnut Hill 1904 Sebastian PICCOLA, 1603 South 5 St Lincoln 1901 Fred PLEULER, 1417 Pierce St. Comenius 1895 Mary PULLMAN, 3229 Pinkney St. Howard Kennedy 1905 Mary PAGER, 1120 North 40 St. High 1895 Tracy SALLANDER, 4206 Brown St. Central Park 1905 Edward SCHLOTFELD, 5603 North 16 St Sherman 1896 Catharine SEWISS, 563 South 28 St. Farnam 1897 Richard H. SHANNON, 3323 Seward St. Franklin 1896 Clifford SHIELDS, 3508 North 28 St Sacred Heart 1904 Oscar SHIRLEY, 2806 Dodge St. Farnam 1902 Anna STOCK, 1207 Chicago St. Cass 1895 Karimira SZCZEPANIAK, 424 Locust St. Im. Conception 1899 Leroy WEBURG, 2710 Ames Ave. Saratoga 1905 Horton V. White, 1728 South 32 Ave. Park 1905 Albert WITZIG, 3427 South Thirteenth St. Vinton 1897 Walter WOODROW, 2715 Fowler Ave. Saratoga 1899
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