Nebraska State Genealogical Society Journals NEBRASKA ANCESTREE
Volume Eight, no. 4
NSGS--NEBRASKA ANCESTREE Vol VIII, no. 4, page 135 - Spring 1986Long Pine Village Precinct, Brown County, Ne1889 Personal Property AssessmentMcARTHUR, J.B. DUNN, C. KYNER, Mrs. S. SHEMLER, Wm. ALBERTSON, C. DUNN, M.R. KAWLNACKER, C. SCHULTZ, N. ABBOTT, E.C. DONAHUE, W.N. KLECKNER, D.W. SHONEIS, O.J. BUNULL, J.A. DAWSON, E.J. McKAY, Jas. STEVENS, C.M. BRIGGS, Ed DUNN, Miss N. McKAY, C. SCHLEGEL, Mrs. A. BOODY, J. E. DOUGLAS, Theo LOWE, Geo. W. STEWART, W.W. BUTTON, Chris DOUG HERTY, Wm LEARN, H.W. SANFORD, W.P. BUTTON, A.D. DAVIS, Geo. W. LEE, Ed RANKIN, J.J. DAVISSON, J.S. LEE, E. & O.M. SHAW, Jas. BOOKIN, Robert DOUGHERTY, W. E. LOWE, A. SCHWARTZ, Wm. BENNETT, Jas. 0. EVANS, Jno. LANESTY, Mrs. Alice STANTON, Jas. BUNGER, E.M. FORT, S.J. O'LEARY, A.J. SULLIVAN, Tim BURGER, 0. FURGESON, N. MALLOY, M.B. SCOTT, W. BAKIN, C.W. FLOYD, E.J. MEAD, Joe M. SPENCER, A. BAKIN, F.G. FLANDERS, Wm. DeMULLION, N. SLAFTER, C.J. BERGER, J.A. GANNOW, G.J. MDODEY, A.D. SHOWERS, O.J. BNYSON, G.E. GARRISON, S.L. MORFORD, J. TABLER, Hew BEENEY, Chas. GREENE, E.P. MYGATT, S.N. TSCHARNER, C. BASKIN, W.A. GLOVER, C.R. MERRITT, E.O. THURBER, H.C. BROWN, M.H. VanHOUSEN, E.W. MAYS, R. TURNER, Jno. BRYAN, J.O. HOYT, J.M. MASON, W.G. THOMPSON, J. McCONNEL, A.C. HALL, R.S. MADDEN, Jno. THOMAS, J.V. A. CASTLE, J.C. HOYT, E.W. McMONAGLE, W.A. UPSTILL, A. COREY, Warren HOYT, Mrs. E.W. MILLER, Mrs. L. WALKER, D.D. CUNY, Julis HAMFORD, S.I. ONIEL, B.F, WHITTEMDRE, F.A. CHUTTERACK, F. HESS, W.L. PATCHING, Thos. WELLS, G.V. COLLINS, W.W. HAWKINS, D. PLOPPER, F. WHITTIEMDRE, A. B. CAMEN, D. HOYT, G.M. PATCHING, Jno. WHITE, H.J. COURTRIGHT, W.J. HECK, T. McPHERSON, C.C. WHULIN, W. COOVIN, J. HARRIS, E. ROBINSON, K. WEYMDUTH, E.F. CLARK, P.D. HAMMOND, W.A. REEVES, Mrs. S. WHITTIEMDRE, W.L. CAYLOR, N. HARBUNT, J.P. ROUSE, Jas WHITTIEMORE, Mrs. W. CYSLER, H.C. INGERSOLL, F.N. REINMUTH, C.L. WINTER, F. COX, Zeb. INGALLS, J.F. RAPP, C. TSCHARNER, J.M. MCCANN, L.E. JACKSON, A. RINGSMUD, W. COLBURN, J.P. KLECKNER, J.N. SMITH, J.E. COOVIN, J.P. McKNIGHT, H.P. SAILINYS, Jas. COONIN, N.N. KYSER, P. SPSONSER, Jno.
NSGS--NEBRASKA ANCESTREE Vol VIII, no. 4, page 135 - Spring 1986Long Pine Village Precinct Brown County, Nebraska1889 Real Estate AssessmentSCOTT, Kilgore NOACKE, Ferdinan RYAN, N.F. BASTWICK, A.W. LARSON, Anna WEARE, Emma FLANDERS, R. WILKE, Mrs. E.F. CARVER, D. LOWE, S.W. BRYAN, E.C. McMONAGALE, W.A. WHITTENDRE, Cyrus MALLOY, M.B. BRYAN, Henrietta N. RITTERBUSH, A.F. FORT, L. S. GLOVER, C.R. BRYAN, Edgar C. GLOVER, C.R. SALUIGS, James MEAD, J.M. O'BRIEN, James GLOVER, Sam G. LAVERTY, John HERRING, W.S. STAUTON, Jas. SLAFTER, C.J. LUDWIG, Lucinda HESS, W.L. OLEARY, Mary A. RAPP, Chas WILCOX, Frederick W, BANE, C. H. DUNN, M.R. SLAFTON, Evan RAUSE, James WESTOVER, W.H. DUNN, Nannie WHITTEMORE, F. A. CLOVER, C.R. WILLEN, Lizzie DUNN, W.R. DUNN, C.G. RILEY Bros. DeWUELEIN, N. SISLEY, Ainea C. HOYT, Henrietta COURTRIGHT, W.J. COOVEN, J.M. GLOVER, F.H. FINNEY, J.B. INGALLS, Chas F. RYAN, Nannie F. SMITH, Enna L. WEBSTER, A.A. RODDY, J.B. DWINNELL, G.W. McPHERSON, Julia A. WADDEN, John J. DAVISSON, J.S. SHOWERS, O.J. BUCKHART, Anne SELDEN, W.A. REMGSIND, Nels 0. CULVER, Ebenezer CARMICHAEL, A.E. CALVIN, John DAVISSON, J.S. SLAFTER, Belle A. WIKER, Miller K. HURD, W. E. SMITH, Geo. A. RUXTON, Wm. MY, W.L. SAINT, Mrs. Melinda MYGATT, H.M. VARNER, Alice HUNO, Manden
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Long Pine Village Precinct 1889 Real Estate Assessment continuedWALKER, Miller K. McKAY, Chas. N. FISHER, Ellis SMITH, Mary J. KEMP, A. SALIUGS, Jes. TROTTER, E. BOSTWICK, A. W. KETCHUM, Jane WULEHI, Wm. H. DUGGN, F.S. STOCKWELL, S.A. SPROUSE, John MALLORY, M.B. LEE, Esom KENNER, C.W. DAVISSON, J.S. FAY, Anna McMENUARY, J.W. WILKEY, Eliz. R. SHEEHAN, Bridget B. WINTER, Thaddeos FOTMAN, Mrs. P.J. INGERSOLL, Frank H. DeCLARK, E.R. WEST, Samuel LOWE, Hulda E. BUTLER, A.D. SLAFTER, C.J. SULLIVAN, Tim PETERS, Henry CRABTREE, Kate JONES, S. MEAD, Mrs. J.M. SAUNDERS, S.A. WHITMORE, A.E. JOHNSON, P.C. THOMAS, Flora E. DAVIS, W.E. MALLORY, M.B. DUNN, M.R. ROBINSON, R.L. ALTSCHULER, Alex BAKER, Ed. TRUSTY, Joseph DAVIS, Geo. W. DEACON, A.E. SCHLEGEL, Alex WHITTEMORE, W.L. KLECKNER, J.M. STOCKWELL, S.A. KIRKPATRICK, Guynne WHITTEMORE, Mary D. JACKSON, Andw TERRY, Cornelia S. LOWE, G.W. WELKE, Emma ALBERTSON, Christ KEW, James A. CORNELL, Ed UPSTILL, Alfred MOODY, Mrs. A. WINTER, Wm. LAUERTY, Alice GORGIAN, John C. TROTTER, E. THOMPSON, Jared DAVISSON, J.H. WEYER, John McKINGHT, H.P. MOORE, Thos GODKIN, W.R. LOWE, Geo. W. BUTLER, H.K. DEACON, Ina R. BARTHELMEW, A.M. HOYT, J.M. AVERY, M.H. LOWE, Andrew DORSEY, Lyle & Steen MYGATT, F.B. DAY, Ross O'NEIL, B.F. STRICKLAND, John N. WARNER, Charley OSTLY, Karl S. AVERY, Mrs. Annie O'CONER, R.F. MASON, W.D. DUFFY, Peter CORDER, Shady JAMES, Geo. BUTLER, J.H. HESS, E.J. SELDON, W.A. SMPSON, M.C. JONDRO, Francis HESS. W.L. McPHERSON, C.C. McKNIGHT, Mrs. M. C. HOTSKIN, John DALY, John J. SMITH, E.B. MYGATT, S.N. WHITTEMORE, A.B. DAVISSON, Mrs. E.M. JONES, E.S. BRYANT, E.C. KYNER, S.H. MAELOY, Jimmie M. LOWE, Mrs. H.E. CASTLE, J.C. THOMAS, J.H.A. WINTER, Thaddis MAY, W.L. LOWE, H.E. REEVES, Sarah INGALLS, Annie E. MALLAY, W.B. WELLS, G.V. REEVES, Ambrose MAY, L.A. PEARSON, Ealm ATKIN, Robt. FIGGENS, R.H. WEYRANCH, Ernest KYNER, S.H. MARTIN, Geo. W. STEARN, E.B. WABGY, --- HALL, Mary C. DeCLARK, Peter
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Submitted by Charles E. Sharrock, National Grave Registration officer, Sons of Union Veterans of the civil War, Denver, CO
CIVIL WAR NEBRASKA MEDAL of HONOR WINNERSName Place Buried BATES, Delavan Aurora Cemetery, Aurora, NE BOURKE, John G. Arlington, VA FLANAGAN, Augustin Tecumseh Cemetery, Tecumseh, NE HANKS, Joseph Woodland Cemetery, North Bend, NE HENRY, Guy V. Arlington, VA *JOHNSTON, David Died Starfield, MO *JOSSELYN, Simeon T. Died Skagway, Alaska 1905 MILLER, Jacob C. Cedar Dale Cemetery, Papillon, NE MILLER, Janes P. Greenwood Cemetery, York, NE PRENTICE, Joseph R. Sacred Heart Cemetery, Hebron, NE SHAPLAND, John Greenwood Cemetery, York, NE TRAYNER, Andrew Forest Lawn Cemetery, Omaha, NE VIFQUAIN, Victor Calvary Cemetery, Lincoln, NE WIDICK, Andrew J. Bertrand Cemetery, Bertrand, NE WILLIAMS, William H. Spring Grove Cemetery, Cinn. Ohio * Do not know where they are buried
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Submitted by Mrs. G. Sones, Omaha, NE
From: THE HEBRON JOURNAL, Hebron, Thayer County, NE, Friday, June 8, 1917NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS, THE HEBRON JOURNALThe P.E.O. met at home of Mrs. RHODES. Ladies' Aux. will meet with Mrs. Ida FULTON Mr. & Mrs. Dean MARSH entertained. Mrs. BOFENKAMP hosted the Priscilla Club. Mrs. HILL also entertained PEO. Entertainment by Miss Jessica MORGAN. Also entertained at Mrs. Francis HESS' home, then to Mrs. KEITH's & finally to W.H. RHODES home. DAR met at home of Mrs. E. E. CORRELL. Mrs. M.E. WILKINSON & dau, Nellie, were over from Alexandria. Mrs. WILKINSON has 3 sons of military age. Rev. DAGEFOERDE went to Lutheran synod meetings. Rev. SCHABACHER of Friedensau, Rev, CHOLCHER of Deshler & Rev. RAMLOW of Byron to attend Missouri Luth. conference. Rev. HAMMILL & wife of Arlington, formerly of Belvidere, visited with Wm. ORTH & family. The men were boyhood friends in Ill. Prof. P.H. BLEHRING of Hebron Academy. Mr. CARNEY will preach at Church of Christ. Services as usual at the Methodist Church. Services as usual at Baptist Church. Earl YOUNG, son of Mr. & Mrs. W.J. YOUNG of Eden, Idaho, formerly of Hebron, mar. 31 May to Lela HAMILTON of Nampa, Idaho. Wm. Billie FOSS & Miss Katharini WEEKE, both of Deshler, were mar. last Sun. at close of service by Pastor HOWELL at Baptist church. Dr. A.N. LEMOINE of Nelson & Miss Myrle KOKEN were mar. on 2 June at home of bride in Hebron by Fred. H. HANGER of Ruskin, officiating minister. His wife played wedding march. Ralph KOKEN of Superior was best man & Miss Hazel PARR of Ruskin, bridesmaid. Bride & groom took trip to visit his people at Concordia, Kans. Bride is teacher. Mrs. C.E. COLEMAN announced engagement of dau. Esther Ann, to John Russell VanNATTA, with mar. to be on 6 May at Clovis, CA The family of J.H. VanNATTA formerly lived in Hebron. Mr. VanNATTA is marshal at Clovis, CA. John graduated from Hebron high school & works for First Nat'l bank of Clovis. C.M. CHRISTENSEN of Rt. 3 renewed subscription. Bob JOHNSON, son of Mrs. Lena JOHNSON, re-enlisted in the navy. Mrs. Carrie WOLF of Deshler fell & broke her wrist. Probate of will of Joseph H. THOMAS, deceased. W.E. BOODHUE, atty. P.I. HARRISON, Co. Judge. Petition for final settlement of estate of Anna B. LEIMBACH, deceased. Herman LEIMBACH, executor. J.T. McCULSTION, Atty. Petition for final settlement of estate of Eilt H. WILHELMS, deceased. Margarata WILHELMS, executrix. Deputy U.S. Marshall Thomas CARROLL; Wide A. WILSON, secret service agent; Sheriff Pike arrested Frank SHAFER, an American, aged 50 yrs, Roger BOWMAN of German descent aged 28 yrs & Jerry ZLAB a Bohemian aged 21 yrs. M.A. BRINEGAR of Alexandria. Probate notice of estate of Margaret J. DAVID, deceased. J.P. BALDWIN, atty. 2 of Mrs. G.E. MENKE's children did not return home after Sunday School & her efforts to locate them were in vain. Rev. CARNEY got in touch with Scout Master MORTON & with the Boy Scouts finally located the children at home of their aunt, Miss ADEN. To those who assisted in finding our strayed children, our thanks, Signed Mrs. G.E. MENKE & Mrs. H. DETMERS. Mr. & Mrs. F. W. HOHENSEE visited dau, in Chester. J.W. HUGHES has recovered from his sickness. Mr. & Mrs. O.W. PITCHER visited their son, O.M. PITCHER, in York. Liberty Ridge news; The A.A. RUSSELL family have measles. Mr. & Mrs. Wm. MILLER & family have scarletina. Mr. & Mrs. Henry GEORGE's baby (infant) died Sat. night, burial Sunday. The H.J. KNAPE family have recovered. Little Wanda is improved. Miss Fern GEWECKE & Sylvia COWDIN called at the Schwaubauer home. Charles DEAVER & Anna KOVATNEE were mar. in Fairbury on 29 May. Stoddard Gleams: Mrs. Jake KERNS went to Vesta to visit the WILSONS, She ret'd with Mrs. L.E. WILSON & little dau. Henry RICKE * family & Dave LARKINS & family spent Sun. at home of Dan LARKINS. Mrs. Lee FOSTER & children visited with Mrs. Harry SPAFFORD. Mrs. KERNS & Goldie. went to Hebron. Misses Ethel RAY & Anna SCHMIDT visited Miss Francis SCHNICKELGERGER. Oliver BROWN attended elevator men's conv. at Kans City. Rev. Geo. SCARR will deliver his farewell sermon in Stoddard. He will go to some place in Kans.
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Newspaper Abstracts, The Hebron Journal continued:Earl KERNS visited pars. in Stoddard. Chet SIMPSON of Deshler was in Stoddard. Sandy Siftings: Miss Minnie SHAWEN visited at the BIGNELL home. Messrs, WOLTEMATH & WARNKE to Alexandria on business. O.A. PREFERT's spent last wk. visiting relatives in Geneva. Mr. & Mrs. John WEAVER of Alexandria visited at the Charles HOUSE home. Mrs. WOLTEMATH purchased a cream separator of Mr. HOUCK of Hebron. Mr. LOVERCHECK & Roy BARBOUR drove to Hebron. Mr. COLLINGS & Bernard SLOEY are planting melons on the Jas. SLOEY farm east of Belvidere. Jas. AXTELL, a bro-in-law of Mrs. Chas. HOUSE, visited at her home. Mrs. Wm. HOUSE ret'd from St. Paul where she visited Will KEENEY & family. Gilead News; Rev. STRICKLER pastor of St. Paul's church. The youngest son of Mr. & Mrs. Henry GEORGE died on Sunday, burial on Mon. Mrs. GEORGE & dau. Marie, are sick with scarlet fever. Mrs. GEORGE's sis. Maria JUNKER, who came to help is also sick. On Tues, 22 May, Anna BOROVICKA was mar. to Chas. HANAMON. On Wed, 23 May, Anna RAUNER mar to Mr. SCHLIFE of Hubbell. On Tues. 29 May, Charles DEAVER mar. to Anna NOVOTNY of Virginia. Mr. KORTE & sons went to Jansen to attend the wedding of Henry KORTE, oldest son of Mr. & Mrs. KORTE. Wanda, youngest dau of Mr. & Mrs. KNAPE, is sick. Belvidere News: A girl b. on Thurs 31 May to Pat CLARK & wife. A boy b on 31 May to Edward FURER & wife. Roy WOKER is here from Kans. visiting pars. C.F. WOKER & wife & other relatives. W.N. MOREHOUSE & family visited relatives at Davenport. Harry RASHER left for Gr. Island to attend school. He was accompanied by Miss Ona RASHER who visited her bro. Bertie, & wife at Hastings. M.L. ROSS & fam. & Mildred SAXTON visited relatives at Daykin. Frank REED of Omaha is visiting his pars. S. REED & family. Carl YOAST shipped his household good to So. Omaha where he works. Willard MORGAN & family drove auto to Lincoln. C.C. LORENZ & fam. & H.A. LORENZ autoed to Davenport. S. MARKE lost one of his white horses. Mr, MEYER & fam. of Hebron visited S. MARKE & sister. Mrs. Ona WEINEL & ch. accompanied her mother, Mrs. BURRUSS, hone from Washington. G.W. ALLEN is here from Rifle, CO, visiting his sister, Mrs. SLOEY & family. Bruning Dept: Mrs. H.W. SAYLOR visited dau. Miss Gladys, at Wesleyan univ. in Lincoln. Fred MUSCHEITES & bride from Beatice spent Sat. with home folks. Lelia ROUSCH visited her friend Mary KEIL. Jas. CALDWELL left for Blue Hill to visit parents. Mrs. Wilber CRAYS & Roy are in Omaha. Mrs. Gen GRANT of Hysham, Mont. is here visiting friends. The STEELE children of Ohiowa. are visiting grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. R.R. CHENOWETH. Fred ROBINSON has recovered from illness. Jno. GOODMAN Sr. is very ill. Herman LEACH was kicked by a horse. Gertrude QUINTARD of Kensington, Kans. visiting at home of bro. A.R. QUINTARD. Mr. & Mrs. W.C. HEWITT & Mr. & Mrs. Jno. GOODMAN autoed to Belvidere. Solomon THEIMER & wife of Exeter came to visit home folks. Miss Delma MYERS of Bladen is visiting relatives in & around Bruning. Mrs. Theo. PHILIPPI & Hilda are visiting in Omaha. Jimmie MYERS went to Bladen to visit his uncle.
FROM THE HEBRON JOURNAL, June 5, 1891W. K. VANDERBILT is going into chicken raising. Mrs. Lizzie DEUHREN of Atchinson, Kans. visiting relatives, the WERNERS, at Deshler. Miss Anna GALBRAITH gave a party in honor of Miss Nellie GAIL who will leave for Chicago. Wm. ELLSWORTH & fam. who went to Oregon a few wks. ago ret'd to Thayer co. J.C. ORR left for Lincoln to att'd summer school for teachers. "Bab" SOUTHWELL, former resident of Hebron, now of Colorado is visiting his bro. W.G. SOUTHWELL of this city. Mrs. H. HARDING, Mrs. Maggie KIRBY, Misses Coco MALOWNEY, Grace COOKE, Sebilia WIRTH, Carrie CLARK & Myrta GENTRY att'd dist. lodge of I.O.G.T. at Chester. Also attending: Rev. S. COOKE, J.J. MALOWNEY, H. HARDING, Harry COON, Earnest KING, Merton HEADLEY, Roy CUMMINGS, J.W. WHITE, HUBERT HARDING & Frank PATRICK.
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Submitted by Jan Morse, Juniata, NECEMETERIES IN AND NEAR ADAMS COUNTY NEBRASKA
List prepared by Betty Ramspott Trausch
Adams County Poor Farm Cemetery. Roseland Twnshp-Section 1, SE 1/4 of Sect. 1, no markers,
paupers that died at the county farm were buried here, in pasture.
ASSUMPTION CATH. Ch. Cem., or St. Mary's Cem. in Assumption, Roseland Township, Section 4,
address--Juniata, Adams Co. Nebraska
BLEVENS PIONEER Grave, Wanda Twnshp--Section 20, Adams Co. Ne
Blue Valley Cem., see LeRoy Cem.
Blumenthal's Family Cemetery NE 1/4 Zero Twnshp--Section, 20, Adams Co.
Concordia Cem., Verona Township--Section 17, Adams Co.
Crosier Monastery Cem., Hastings, Adams. Co.
Devester Grave site, West Blue Twnshp--Section 22, Adams, Co. (no dates, no stones)
Dry Ridge Cem., see Roseland Cem.
Dunkard Cem., See German Baptist Cem.
East Cemetery, Hanover Twnshp--Section 23, Adams Co.
Eaton Cem., Eaton Twnshp--Section 20, Kearney Co. (near Heartwell, NE)
Evergreen Cemetery, west of Lawrence, Ne in Nuckolls Co., founded 1888
German Baptist Cemetery, also called Dunkard Cem., and Church of the Brethern Cem. and Silver
Lake Cem., Roseland Twnshp, Section 27
German Lutheran Cem. See Wanda Zion Lutheran Cem. or Trinity Lutheran Cemetery
Glenville Cem., Clay Co., Glenville, NE
Greenwood Cemetery, West Blue Township--Section 10 Adams Co., address-Trumbull, NE
HALL, Susan B., Lone Grave, died 1852, Kenesaw twnshp--Section 22 or 18, Adams Co.
Hanover Presbyterian Cem., Hanover Twnshp-Section 21, Adams Co.
Hanover township "lone" grave, Adams County
Highland Cemetery, also known as Highland Cath. Ch. Cem. or St. Patrick's Cath. Ch. Cem.
Highland Twnshp--Section 5, Adams Co.
Highland Park Cem., Denver Twnshp, Section 1--address--Hastings, NE, founded 1873
Holstein Cemetery, Cottonwood Twnshp--Section 26, address--Holstein, NE
Holstein Lutheran Cemetery also known as St. Paul's Lutheran Cem., Cottonwood Twnsp--Section 22
Holstein, Adams, Co.
Immanuel Luth. Ch. Cem., Denver Twnshp-Section 33, address--Hastings, Adams. Co.
Ingleside Cemetery Denver Twnshp--Section 9. Ingleside, Adams Co.
Jones Lone grave, children died in 1888. Logan Twnshp-Section 2, Adams Co., marked by
Juniata Cemetery, Juniata Twnshp--Section 11, Juniata, Adams Co.
Kenesaw Cemetery Wanda Twnship--Section 3, Kenesaw, Adams Co.
Kingston Cemetery, Hanover Twnshp--Section 31, Adams Co.
Kirk, Lone grave mother & 5 child. died 1886 of dipth. Cottonwood Twnshp--Sec. 34, Adams Co.
LeRoy Cem or Blue Valley Cem., Ayr Township--Section 36, Adams Co.
There is a grave location near where town of Leroy was on Section 25 of Ayr township.
Logan Cem. see St. Joseph's Cath. Ch. Cem.
Meyer Cemetery, Verona Township--Section 8, Adams Co.
Morrisville Cem., Logan Township, section 17, Holstein, Adams Co.
Mount Pleasant Cem., Ayr Township, Section 7, Adams Co.
Mount Sinai (Jewish) Cemetery Blaine Twshp-Section 5, Hastings, Adams Co.
Oak Creek Cemetery, Oak Creek Twnshp, Webster Co. (1/4 mile south of Little Blue Twnshp.
Adams Co.) Founded 1879
Old Inland Cemetery, see Scott Cem., Blaine Twnshp-Section 13, Adams Co.
Parkview Cemetery, Blaine Twnshp-Section 5, Hastings, NE
Provancher Cemetery, Blaine Twnshp-Section 2, Hastings, Adams Co.
Roseland Cem., also known as United Brethern Ch. Cem. and Dry Ridge Cem. Roseland Twnshp,
Section 29, Roseland, Ne. Founded 1879
Roseland Mennonite Cem., Roseland Twnshp-Section 35, Adams Co.
St. Joseph's Cath. Cem., also known as Logan Cem., Logan Twnshp-Section 22, Holstein, Adams Co.
St. Mary's Cath. Ch. Cem. in Assumption, see Assumption Cem.
St. Patrick's Cath. Ch. Cem., see Highland Cem.
St. Paul's Lutheran Cem., Hanover twnshp-Section 1, Adams Co.
St. Paul's Lutheran Cem., Cottonwood twnshp--Sect, 22, see Holstein Lutheran Cem.
Saxour Cem., Zero Twnshp-Section 18, Adams Co.
Scott Cem. also known as Old Inland Cemetery, Blaine Township, Section 13, Adams Co. Founded
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Adams County Cemeteries continued:
Shiloh Cem., also known as Shiloe Cem., Wanda Twnshp-Section 30, Adams Co.
Silver Lake Cem., see German Baptist Cem.
Southern Inland Cemetery
Sunset Memorial Gardens, Highland Twnshp--Section 25, Hastings, Adams Co.
Trinity Lutheran Cem., also known as German Lutheran Cem., Zero Township, Adams Co.
Wanda Cem., see Zion Wanda Lutheran Cem.
West Cemetery, Hanover Twnshp-Section 22, Adams Co.
West Ward Cemetery, Cottonwood twnshp-Section 21, Adams Co.
Union Cemetery on NAD Clay Co.
United Brethern Cem., see Roseland Cem.
Zion Wanda Lutheran Cemetery, also known as Wanda Cem., or Zion Luth. Cem. or Germ. Luth. Cem.
Wanda twnshp--Section 36, Adams Co.
NSGS--NEBRASKA ANCESTREE Vol VIII, no. 4, page 140 - Spring 1986OMAHA BEE BIRTHDAYS, January 9, 1911Name & Address School Year Chris ANDERSON, 522 Cedar St Train 1999 Hannah ANDERSON, 2310 Elm St. Vinton 1898 Lawrence L. ANDERSON, 1912 S. 27 Dupont 1900 Carl BAKER, 1719 Leavenworth St. Leavenworth 1903 Frank BIESENDORF, 320 N. 26 Webster 1899 Myrtle I. BURGER 215 South 28 Farnan 1897 Howard L. BURRELL, 120 S. 36 Columbian Leonard A. BURTON, 3305 California Webster 1900 Elias CAMEL, 1414 South 13 Comenius 1898 Irene CARLSON, 2002 Maple St. Lothrop 1901 Harold CLARK, 2127 Lothrop St. Lothrop 1900 Robert CARRUTHERS, 4923 N. 25 St. High 1895 Mildred CLOUGH, 1518 N. 33 Franklin 1900 Eric DANIELS, 1715 Arbor St. Castellar Albert EASTMAN, 203 S. 24 St. Monmouth Park 1900 M.J. EDELIN, 1524 Dorcas St. Comenius 1893 Franklyn Delos EDGINTON, 5317 N. 26 Miller Park 1905 Willis ELDEENE, 4131 N. 40 Central Park 1901 Lucia GRECO, 1012 S. 13 Pacific 1895 Wilda HARSH, 3544 Pacific St. Columbian 1901 Barbara HEIDENBLUT, 3007 S. 20 Vinton 1905 Margaret HOEL, 1903 Emmet St. Lothrop 1901 Albina HOLIK, 1412 South 15 Comenius 1900 Ejvor HOLM, 1715 Fort St Sherman 1901 James ISH, 3124 Leavenworth Farnam 1896 Frank JACOBSON, 3322 S. 23 Vinton 1898 Plans JENSEN, 2101 Central Boulevard Vinton 1905 Edna M. JONES, 903 Jackson St. Pacific 1904 Josephine KACZMAREK, 1726 S. 24 Im. Conception 1902 Rose KAPLAN, 1531 N. 21 Kellom 1898 Emma KRAGH, 3104 S. 13 Forest 1899 Richard McCAHAN, 2422 Valley St. Vinton 1901 Charles MELVIN, 2743 Crown Point Ave Miller Park 1904 Bernard METHENY, 2218 Clark St. Kellom 1900 Bans NELSON, 2903 Charles T. Webster 1901 Leo Phillips NEWMAN, 4203 Dodge ck Saunders 1901 Ingeborg PETERSON 357 N. 37 Saunders 1900 Louise RAABE, 2609 N. 19 High 1896 Harvey L. RICE, Military Ave Walnut Hill 1896 Cyro SLINGERLAND, 109 S. 17 Cass 1902 Ruth E. SMITH, 1908 N. 28 St. Long 1903 Alice THORP, 2020 Valley St. Vinton 1900 William WEISE, 2014 Sprague St. Saratoga 1899 Paul WIETZKE, 2718 S. 25 & Brancroft Sts. Conception 1901 Hoeard WOEFF, 3802 N. 22 St Lothrop 1905
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FINDING A WIFE'S NAME
Wendy L. Elliott, C.G.
To locate a wife's name it is necessary to have a good understanding of the historical and geographical area in which your research is being conducted. If you don't already know the facts concerning the location and region surrounding it, a good county history should provide you with the necessary details.
It is often much easier to locate a wife's given name. There are a variety of records in which a wife's given name is recorded. Some of these are census records beginning with 1850, land records in which dower rights are released, military pension applications, church records, newspapers, court, and personal records and papers belonging to the family or its neighbors.
In cases where the wife predeceases her husband, there are few records, particularly prior to 1850. Those records which may record the needed information are wife's will or probate record, military pension applications, church records, land and court records, and personal records and papers.
When the wife outlives her husband, there may be more records, but these usually will provide only the wife's given name. In this case her name may be recorded within the context of a will or in the probate record for settlement of the husband's estate. She may be listed in later tax records for the county and/or city. Her name may be given in land and court records, both before and following her spouse's death.
Neighbors and collateral family records may provide the wife's given and/or maiden names. It may be necessary to research over a long period of time to discover records with the needed data, but this should not be overlooked. Even documents created many years following the wife's death may include her names. Some records which may include one or both of these names are: wills, land, court records, and even death certificates of her children. Also be sure to include Bibles, journals, and diaries in your research efforts. Don't overlook later histories, newspapers, and church records. A child's church membership record may include his mother's names. The county history for a grandchild may record the necessary information. Search the same sources for collateral lines.
Maiden names of wives are more difficult but not impossible to uncover. Remember that men tended to marry women from the same community or adjacent counties. When will and probate records are indexed by devisee, a search will provide the names of all those recorded within a given will or probate document. If not (and most aren't) indexed in this manner, then create a list of the near neighbors. With this list of possibilities, search through the recorded wills and probates. This quest may provide the name of the neighbor's daughter who married your ancestor.
This same procedure can be used with land and other county records for the area or region in which your family lived. Pinpoint the location of your known ancestor's land and then within a short radius survey the available records. Extend the search as required. With diligent searching a wife's names can be located.
Copied from the Kansas County Genealogical Society "KANSAS REVIEW" Vol. III
NSGS--NEBRASKA ANCESTREE Vol VIII, no. 4, page 142 - Spring 1986K E I T H ' S K O R N E R
by Keith W. Chambers
1885 Nebraska State Agricultural CensusOne of my favorite Anyway, back to apples, peaches, Nebraska sources is the census records. nursery stock, the 1885 Census that The census had vineyards, garden has the regular data three sections. vegetables, honey, plus it has a survey 1) A household bees wax and amount of the farm and farm census that lists of wood ($2 per products that tells the head and those cord) cut in 1884. us something of how living in the The entire 1885 our ancestors lived. household. census is available It has 100 2) A Mortality to use at the State questions relating schedule of those Historical Library!. to each farm and who died in the year 15th & R, Lincoln. includes one asking prior to the census. They have readers how many acres and Both 1) and 2) are and can make prints tons of Hemp that similar in content for you. were grown in 1884. to the Federal The 1885 census Hemp is a no-no crop census"s of 1880 and is recorded by the now and I assume 1900. normal county and that it was used in 3) This is the township method. those days to make fun part that can If you don't know rope instead of put meat on the your township, the dope. A few "tons" skeleton of your State Library also today would buy Nebraska ancestors has an indexed 1886 several farms, or and tell you how Gazetteer that may several years in they might have pinpoint your jail, depending on lived in 1885. It ancestor if they who found out. asks about farm didn't move from Come to think values ($40 to $80 1885 to 18B6. about it, when I acre in Washington When you visit was a kid on the Co.), fences, off the library, be farm we used to hoe farm labor, labor sure to look at all hemp weeds out of hired, value of farm three sections of the corn and smoke production, horses, the census- corn silks!!!! mules, asses, neat 1. Reg. family I probably hoed a cattle, working Census data. million dollars of oxen, milch cows, 2. Farm question the "weed" without butter churned, section, and knowing it. cheese made, sheep, 3. Mortality Another question wool, swine, barn schedule. on the census asks yard chickens, eggs, They follow each for estimated value barley, buckwheat, other by townships of farm productions indian corn, oats, and it may become a sold, consumed or on rye, wheat, canada favorite Nebraska hand for 1884? Most peas, dry beans, source for you too. said a $1000 or less flax, hemp, sorghum, Vineyards, hemp for the entire year. maple sugar, broom and hops!! Farming Farming was tough corn, hops , Irish may have been more in those days too. potatoes, sweet fun yesteryear. Progress, I guess. potatoes, tobacco, Good Hunting
NSGS--NEBRASKA ANCESTREE Vol VIII, no. 4, page 143 - Spring 1986
MAP HELP -- The National Geographic Magazine has been publishing a series of Historical Maps named THE MAKING OF AMERICA. You will find them as inserts of the monthly magazine. They give a wealth of information about the settlement of the colonies and states, migration routes used, trading posts, canal river, and railroad routes, army posts, battles during the wars, etc. These can be found as follows: Atlantic Gateways - Mar. 1983; Deep South - Aug. 1983; Far West - Apr. 1984; Northern Approaches - Febr. 1985; Central Plains - Sept. 1985 and Ohio Valley Dec. 1985. There will be more maps in this series in future publications, such as Northern Plains, Great Lakes area, and New England area - Watch for these.
Copied from THE HOOKER CO. GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, Mullen, NE--Vol. 7 No. I
NOTES ON NEBRASKA: The first attempt to make Nebraska a state was in 1860. 2,094 persons were in favor. 2,372 were opposed so statehood was postponed. Since first marked into boundaries in 1845 they were changed several times. Between 1861 and 1863 Colorado and Idaho were cut off to the west and Dakota to the North.
Nebraska once extended west of the Rocky Mountains but by 1864 Congress passed an act for Nebraska's statehood but thepopulace didn't accept it. In 1866 a vote was actively contested. The Republicans were in favor (3,938) . . . the Democrats opposed (3,838). The constitution submitted by members of the Legislature was rejected by Congress because it allowed only white men to vote. President Andrew Johnson on March 1, 1867 issued the statehood proclamation.
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