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CEMETERIES IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, NEBRASKA

Cemetery Precinct
Old Fortner or Rose Hill Antelope
Immanuel Lutheran Buckley
Eureka or Kayken Cub Creek
Grandy Cub Creek
Bartel Cub Creek
Thiessen Cub Creek
Unnamed Cub Creek
Eureka or Dayken Eureka
St. John's Lutheran Eureka
Unnamed Eureka
Peace Lutheran Gibson
MegliYost Gibson
Zion Lutheran Jefferson
Harbine Jefferson
Old Plymouth Jefferson
Hope United Church of Christ Jefferson
MegliYost Gibson
Emanuel Evangelical Church Gibson
Pleasant Hill Lincoln
Trinity Lutheran now Grace Lutheran Lincoln
Helvey Meridan
German Presbyterian Meridan
Moles or Prairie Meridan
Powell, Keeney, Knispel Meridan
Helvey Family Meridan
Steele City Newton
DilierPrairie Home Pleasant
Friendship Plymouth
Woodlawn Plymouth
St. Paul's Lutheran Plymouth
Immanuel Lutheran Plymouth
Huber Reynolds
Richland Richland
Bower Richland
Immanuel Lutheran Washington
Swan Creek or Humphrey Washinqton
Pleasant View Washington
Fairbury Fairbury
Hunt Family

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FROM: Methodist Archives at Nebraska Wesleyan University

BAPTISMS at Linwood and Octavia , Butler County

Date of Baptism NAME Remarks
15 April 1888 Frank Earl SIlULL Infant born 11 Dec 1886
10 Jan. 1890 Anna J. ABLY Infant born 26 July 1888
Parents: Jacob & Barbara ABLY
14 June 1891 Mary HAWK Adult
14 June 1891 Fannie HAWK Adult
14 June 1891 Eugene PARKER Adult
14 June 1891 Myrta PARKER Adult
14 June 1891 Kurtz FRANTZ Adult
14 June 1891 Blanche FRANTZ Adult
14 June 1891 James TOWNLEY Adult
14 June 1891 Edward TRACY Adult
14 June 1891 Willie FARRELL Adult
14 June 1891 Mabel DUNCAN Adult
14 June 1891 Sarah EVANS Adult
14 June 1891 Alan DOCKSTADER Adult
14 June 1891 Alva DAVIS Adult
14 June 1891 Milton WALDEN Adult
14 June 1891 Hazel PARKS Infant Parents: Ed & Addie PARKER
15 June 1891 Bruce Fletcher COOPER Infant S. E.
15 June 1891 violet Fern COOPER Infant S. E.
15 June 1891 Leslie D. COOPER Infant S. EE.
20 Sept 1891 Francis MATTISON Adult
29 May 1892 Emma ROOT Adult
29 May 1892 Solomon GARFIELD Adult
21 May 1894 Marion Isa WOOD Inf. Henry & Arametta WOOD b. 31 Mar1894
20 Auqust 1894 Mabel Mary ABLY Inf. Jacob & Barbara ABLY b. 1 Feb.1892
17 May 1896 Alrenzo BRADT Adust John & Ellen BRADT
17 May 1896 Emma Lillie 4yr Inf. F.H. & M.E. LILLIE b. 2 July 1892
18 Oct. 1896 Azor F. CUNKEE Inf. 4 mo. A.C. & CUNKEE
4 Nov. 1896 Isabella FRANKLIN Adult
4 Nov 1896 Geo. E. FRANKLIN Adult
4 Nov 1896 John Wm. FRANKLIN born 1890
4 Nov 1896 Robert E. FRANKLIN born 1891
23 Jan. 1897 Lida Lois Sorrick Inf b. 14 Aug. 1889

dau. of Michael & Ennua SORRICK

23 Jan. 1897 Etta May SORRICK dau of Michael & Emma b. 13 Dec 1891
23 Jan 1897 Eva Merle SORRICK dau of Michael & Emma b. 13 May 1894
23 Jan 1897 Hattie MARKLEY adult
23 Jan. 1897 Clarence MARKLEY Inf. of Henry & Hattie
23 Jan. 1897 Milton BOALMER Adult 4 April 1894
23 Jan 1897 Fiannah BALMER Inf. of Milton & Sarah b. 22 Mar 1891
23 Jan 1897 Benjamin BOALMER Inf. of Milton & Sarah b. 17 Oct 1892
23 Jan 1897 Melton BOALMER Inf of Milton & Sarah 10 Feb. 1893
23 Jan. 1897 Ruthford BOALMER Inf. of Milton & Sarah 26 Sept 1895
18 July 1897 Jessie M. BROWN Adult
16 July 1897 Henry MARKLEY Adult
18 July 1897 Ernest HALSTEAD Adult

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Baptisms at Linwood and Octavia, continued:

1898 Earl HALSTEAD Adult
29 May 1898 Jacob Seifert KANKER son of Albert & Julia b. Oct 1897
29 May 1900 Carrie AGCERMAN Adult
1901 Glads SORICK Inf. of Michael & Emma
4 Jan 1903 Pearl FLECK Adult
4 Jan 1903 Auther FLECK Adult

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PASTORS

Linwood and Octavia Methodist Episcopal Church. Butler County

SMITH , Lewis F. 12 Nov. 1888 Oct. 1889
ANDERSON, Moses October. 1889 Oct. 1890
PRESCOTT, W. H. 15 Sept. 1890 Oct. 1891
NEWTON, Basil E. Sept. 1891 Sept. 1892
WELLS, E. L. Oct. 1892 Sept. 1893
TREMBLER, J. M. Oct. 22, 1893 Dec. 1893
CRISP, M. R. Jan. 27, 1894 Sept. 1895
LILLIE, F. H. 17 Nov. 1895 1898
WITT, D. W. Oct 28, 1898 Sept. 26, 1899
CRISP, M. R. 1 Oct. 1899 16 Jan. 1900
COBB, George C. 20 March 1900
HOLLAND, W. H. 2 Jan. 1901
WATERMAN, R.D. 28, May 1902 20 Sept. 1902
ASH, Geo. W. 20 Sept. 1902 Aug. 1903
ROPE, Harry R. 10 Oct. 1903

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LINWOOD CHURCH OFFICERS, 18881892

JOHNSON, F.C. LEWIS, J.D. PERVIER, S. G.
CRANFORD, J. RECORDS, Clark A. KINGSBERRY, W. J.
SKINNER, J.S. KINGSBERRY, Mrs. M.E. DIEFENDOR, Frank
WILMOT, Clayton LEWIS, Mrs. J. D. BRADT, John
PARKS, A. FPANTZ, J. KINGSBERRY, W. E.
DOCKSTADER. C.,Sis. WILSON, M., Sis. DOCKSTADER, Bro.
FRANKLIN, Eb BROWN, Mrs. J.H. NICHOLS, Mrs.
WOODS, Mrs. Henry

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ZION HILL METHODIST CHURCH ROLL 1905-1951
Frontier County

Although the book title says 1905 to 1951, all dates are in the 1950's
Church was abandoned in 1960.
Part of SW of SW Sec. S Town 5 Range 5, Frontier County. Cemetery filed 29 Jan. 1907. Bought from Geo. W. TILLER.

APPLEYARD, CHARLES APPLEYARD, Joseph

Marie

Buelah

DeVere

Zelma (BOAL)

Lyle

Donna E. (MULLANIX)

COBURN, Ben CREASMAN, Paul

May

Mrs Paul (Violet Fae)

HANTHORN, Richard JOHNSON. Norval E.

Zola

Eva


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Zion Hill Church continued:

JOHNSON, Ed A. KNEPP, Della MURRAIN, Roy Jack

Anna

Jas.C.

Irene

Faye

Frances M. (HALL)

Rogena Kay

PARSONS, Lois/ SCHAFFERT, E. W. (Edwin) TILLER. William

Linnie

Mrs. (Sylvia D.)

Myrtle

Ina

KNEPP, Claud

Robert William

Otto Jr.

Lila

George J.

Lloyd A.

Anna

Lucille

Stella

James

Marcia May

YOUNG, Pearl

Frances

BRYANT, Willis Leon

Belle

 

Floyd

Elvina

Wilma Darlene

Eva May

Doris Joan

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PLEASANT HOME METHODIST CHURCH, 1954-1955    Frontier County

ELSON, George L. HAMMOND, Richard Ph WOOD, Marilyn Kay Dorothy

Mrs.

Eleanor

L.

HAMMOND, Mrs. Gail W.

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Box Butte County

NORTHWEST NEBRASKA TEACHERS

From Nebraska State Journal, 5 Nov. 1901

Alliance, Neb.,The Northwestern Nebraska teachers association, which meets in this city on November 29 and 30, promises to be the most important educational gathering ever occurring in the western Nebraska. Among the special features will be addresses by deputy Superintendent McBRIEN, President W. A. CLARK of the Peru Normal, and a lecture Friday niqht, November 29, by Dr. A. L. BIXBY. State Journal poet and philosopher, on the "Country Editor." Reduced rates have been made on all railroads. The officers of the association are: Superintendent H. L. FISHER, Chadron, President: Principal J.T. O. STEWART, Alliance, vicepresident; Mrs. M.E. PARKER, Rushville, secretary-treasurer.

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SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER 44, BUFFALO COUNTY
Tern Beqinning Nov. 29, 1897 and ending March 18. 1898

Names of Pupils Age Names of Pupils Age
Ida COOK 15 Nellie COOK 11
Elsie JEFFERY 14 Chloe GARGETT 13
Roy GARGETT 17 Homer GARGETT 15
Samuel BURRINGTON 18 Ernest BURRINGTON 14
Dick WHITE 15 Grace BLASKO 13
Clyde JEFFERY 12 Clyde GARGETT 11
Howard WELLER 14 Frank Cook 13
Arthur HARNONEY 13 Loyde GARGETT 9
Elmer KENNY 7 Ellen HARMONEY 11
Roy HARMONEY 10 Willie COOK 10
Vester JEFFERY 8 Vera JEFFERY 6
Gertrude GARGETT 6 Malvina WELLER 6
Mabel HARMONEY 8 Bertha COOK 7
Mary HARMONEY 6 Teacher: J. S. ELLIOTT

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Submitted by Irene Mollard, Rt. 2, Box 92, Amherst, NE 68812

HARDSCRABLE SCHOOL, Dist. No. 76, Logan Two. Buffalo Co.

Teacher: Inez FRANK
School Board: M. Moderator. W.H. WILLARD. Director, J. RUMBECK, Treas. S.A. REASONER, Co. Supt.

PUPILS

Frank HARRIS Jesse HARRIS Mrytle HARRIS Dell HARRIS
Donald HARRIS Rosamond HARRIS Bessie WILLARD Ethel WILLARD
Willie WILLARD Harry WILLARD Ralph WILLARD Charley WILLARD
Etta LONG Ralph MAJOR Louis FREEZ Jennie RUMBECK
Ruth RUMBECK George RUMBECK Etta RUMBECK Grace RUMBECK
Clara CURD Bessie CURD Mabel HARMON Amos HARMON
Olive HARMON Eddie HARMON Harrison WILLIAMS Elmer WEMUTH
Maggie WILLIAMS Viola WILLIAMS Claudie CURD Myrtle WILLIAMS

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Submitted by: Mrs. Georgene Sones, 12224 Franklin Circle. Omaha 68154

THE DEMOCRATIC BLADE, Valentine. Cherry Co.
August 11. 1887      J.P. WOOD, editor & Prop.

County Officers:      

George B. ZARR

H. C. DEAR

J. WESLEY TUCKER

L.D. BARNES

George L. FISHER

C. A. RAY

C. H. CORNELL

Alfred LEWIS

Frank ROBERTS

Jas. CONNOLLY

Jas. DeBERRY

 
Village Officers:

E. McDONALD

George LANG

C. H. CORNELL

W.E. WAITE

J.P. WOOD

James CONNOLLY

Jacob STETTER

H.C. DEAR

J. Wesley TUCKER

 
 
 

Wm. ERICKSON & wife (nee GILBERT) were in town.
William Cline CONNOLLY. only son of James & Dora CONNOLLY, died on 4 Aug. 1887, aged 1 yr 7 19 days. Interment at O'Neill.
Joll HALE, mail contractor, has let a mail contract between Valentine and Fort Niobrara to THOMPSON & FARRIS who will make the run by covered wagon twice a day.

Col. WOOD Post #208 G.A.R. officers:

O.P. WARNER Fred DIEM, Sr. G.J. JONES, Jr. James M. CAMM
A. G. SHAW John J. THOMAS J. W. TUCKER W.T. COMSTOCK

Gates College. Neligh, Nebraska, closed it 5th year on 16 June. The college has brilliant prospects for the future. The girl's hall with 30 furnished rooms and its dining room will be ready at the opening of the fall term. Boys will use the dining hall. The usual course of studies, privileges of the library and instruction in music & drawing and popular lectures on topics connected with the studies will be offered to students. Fall term begins September 6. 1887. Rev. H. A. SHORLEY, Pres.
The people in the western portion of the county in ranges 39 & 40 are desirous of cutting loose from Cherry and attaching themselves to Sheridan county. This should be granted as it is a hardship to have them come the great distance to the county seat to transact any necessary business, and we believe the majority of voters here will favor this.

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The Democratic Blade continued: Unclaimed Letter List:

ANDERSON, Miss Cora HALL, John H. ROBINSON, D.T. BRIGGS, Mrs. Martha
IRWIN, Harry H. SHAW, Wm. CLARK, J.H. KENEP, James
SMITH. J.M. FINSON, Mr. H. KITTLE, Pete SMITH, Miss Iney
GAINES, Cora KITS, James F. TITUS, Miss Linda MOORE, E.C.
GILSTRAP. Mr. D.D. WISE. Harry G. HODGES, James RULE. Henry T.
BOULWARE, W. I. P.M.

CONTEST Notices (Sam G. GLOVER, Receiver. S. F. BURTCH, Register) U.S. Land Office at valentine, 9 Aug. 1887Complaint #2428 entered by Joseph R. CUNNINGHAM against James M. LYON forabandoning his H.E. 5840 dated Apr. 22, 1886.
U.S. Land office at Valentine. Aug. 9. 1887complaint #2431 entered by James DOWD aqainst Thomas M. JOSEPH for failing to comply with law as to TimberCulture Entry #1888 dated June 19th, 1884.
U.S. Land Office at valentine, Aug. 1, 1887Complaint #2420 entered by John M. CLABKSON against John WYERES for abandoning his H.E. 2114 dated Sept. 9, 1884.
U.S. Land Office at Valentine, Aug. 1, 1887Complaint #2424 entered by John J. LOWE against Elias W. LOUET for failure to comply with law as to TimberCulture Entry #2112 dated July 8, 1884.
U.S. Land office at Valentine, Aug. 1, 1887 Complaint #2427 entered by Ole C. PETERSON against Allen GRAHAM for failure to comply with law as to TimberCulture Entry #4628 dated July 21, 1885.
U.S. Land office at Valentine, July 18. 1887Complaint #2418 entered by Charles H. McDANIEL against Frank PRACHAR for failure to comply with law as to Timber Culture Entry #2678 dated Sept. 24, 1884.
NOTICE
I have on this 4th day of Auqust 1887, filed a petition for a license to sell malt, spirituous and vinous liquors at a place known as Deer Park. C.H. THOMPSON I have on the 17th day of August 1887. filed a petition for a license to sell malt, spirituous and vinous liquors on lots 2, 3, 4, & 5 in Sec. 19, Tp 34 R26 David STINARD.
I will examine all persons who desire to be candidates for teachers at my office in Valentine. H.C. DEAN, County Supt.
CHURCHES Catholic at Cornell HALL, Methodist; Episcopalian, Rev. J.W. LEWIS officiating at the Church.

Valentine Lodge #70, A.O.U.W. Officers:

A.G. SHAW M.R. FARRIS F.B. MILLAR A. LEWIS
Geo. LANG N. B. RAY W. T. BOULWARE Geo. McDOUGAL
J. C. LITTLE J. C. GRIGGS

E.M. PORTER, Aqent Valentine, for Fremont. Elkhorn & M.V.R.R. Parties wishinq business locations in a qood new town, contact Dr. J. S. ROMINE, Neligh. Neb., r Wm. S. SHAIN. Elgin. Neb. Nebraska Central College, Central City. Nebraska. for further information apply to J.K. STABLETON. D. MAROUETT, president

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CULBERTSON ERA, 22 Mar 1900 AntiSaloon League Officers. Hitchcock Co.

F. M. PFRIMMER E. H. GOULD J.M. STEWART W.Z. TAYLOR
D.L. McBRIDE G.G. EISENHART Grace BENEDICT MRS. S.E. FERRIER
H.C. BENEDICT C.A. TUCKER B. CONWAY Mrs. Wm. TONAT
S.D. SOLOMON Oresta SATCHELL Conrad WACKER A. J. CLIFTON
Wm. TONAT J.S. STEINHAUS Mr. G.G. EISENHART E.H. KNEHAN
Bijou PHILLIPS


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