NSGS Ancestree

Nebraska State Genealogical Society Journals

NEBRASKA ANCESTREE

VOLUME 15, NO. 2
FALL 1992

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Vol. 15 - no. 2 - Fall 1992 Pages
CEDAR CO--scrapbooks of Sarah Otis WICKHAM CURRY 42--43
Born in Nebraska, Died in Alaska 43
HALL Co.--Early History of Alda Public School 44
HALL Co.--Alda Teachers and Students 44--45
KIMBALL Co.--Dix Telephone Patrons 46
BUTLER Co.--David City and Rising City and Ulysses 46--47
BUTLER Co.--Linwood and Octavia Methodist Episcopial Churches 48--50
BUTLER Co.--Pioneers 51
DOUGLAS Co.--Omaha- School Roll of Honor--1915 52--54
DAWSON Co.--Cemeteries, Rosehill & Unnamed 55
KEITH Co.--Newspaper Abstracts, 15 Nov 1890 & 25 Oct 1890 56--57
KEITH Co.-Newspaper Abst. The Paxton Advocate, 28 Jan 1892 57--58
SEWARD Co. Letter by Thomas L. Phillips 58-59
LANCASTER Co. 1 Nov. 1920, Ne State Journal 59
LANCASTER Co.-- Sprague Signal, 25 Apr 1896 59
McPHERSON Co.--17 June 1892, Mcpherson County News 60--61
BUTLER & FRONTIER Co. Township Maps 61
Roster of Old Soldiers attened reunion 23 Oct 1891 62--64
Nebraska Biographical Sketches 65--66
YORK Co.--Album of Biographies 67--69
POLK Co.--Album of Biographies 69
NUCKOLLS Co.--Newspaper Abst. Lawrence Locomotive 1 Apr 1896 70--72
FRONTIER Co.--Register of pioneers 73-75
NEW BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY 76--77
TREE STUMPS 78--80

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Submitted by Kathy Engel Stabler, 2104 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, CO 80907

From scrapbooks kept by Sarah Otis WICKHAM CURRY of Cedar Co. NE
The people listed are descendants of Mary Jane SUMNER and her husband Robert CHAMBERLAIN.

NAME DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF BURIAL
Ezekiel WILKINS 1860 Iowa
Ralph WILLIAMS 1882 Spirit Lake, S.D.
Mattie May WICKHAM 22 Aug 1891 Dakota City, NE
Henry KEEGAN 25 Nov 1892 Wynot, Nebraska
Ethel WOODWORTH 2 Dec 1898 Fergus Falls, S. D.
Raymond CHAMBERLAIN 27 Aug 1899 Vermillion, S. D.
Alice WICKHAM 6 Nov 1900 Sioux City, Iowa
Mina Mae WOODWORTH 26 Nov 1900 Beresford, S. D.
Lilliam Bell KEEGAN 17 Oct 1901 Wynot Nebraska
Maude CHAMBERLAIN 22 Aug 1904 Vermillion, S. D.
Milo CHAMBERLAIN Jan 1894 Vermillion, S. ID.
Son of Adence CHAMBERLAIN 29 Jan 1895 Vermillion, S. D.
Millard THOMPSON 13 Apr 1908 Wynot, Nebraska
Robert T. CHAMBERLAIN 6 Mar 1910 Wynot, Nebraska
Solomon P. WICKHAM 22 Feb 1913 Sioux City, NE
Mary Jane CHAMBERLAIN 23 May 1915 Wynot, Nebraska
James CHAMBERLAIN no date listed Wynot, Nebraska
James KEEGMI 27 Dec 1915 Wynot, Nebraska
Gwendolyn L. CHAMBERLAIN 6 Dec 1914 Verynillion, S. D.
Hazel Elmo WHERRY 27 Mar 1918 Yankton, S. D.
Lester Edward CURRY 5 Jun 1918 Sioux City, Iowa
Lillian Marie CURRY 6 Jun 1918 Sioux City, Iowa
Bertha Belle MORGAN 21 Oct 1918 Wynot, Nebraska
Loyd F. WHERRY 22 Oct 1918 Yankton, S. D.
Adence CHAMBERLAIN 7 Feb 1925 Wynot, Nebraska
Sarah Ann WILLIAMS 18 Aug 1929 Wynot, Nebraska
Edith RITTER 27 Oct 1929 Vermillion, S. D.
Elmer N. WHERRY 12 Feb 1933 Yankton, S. D.
Robert Leslie CHAMBERLAIN 7 Dec 1934 Vermillion, S. D.
Myra WOODWORTH 7 Dec 1939 Minneapolis, Minnesota
Marvin FOWLER 29 or 30 July 1939 Dakota City, NE
Louis Virgil LAARD, Jr. 4 Aug 1939 Homer, NE
Emma CHAMBERLAIN 10 July 1939 Wynot, NE
James WILLIAMS 5 Feb 1933 Wynot, NE
Hattie CHAMBERLAIN 7 Mar 1941 Vermillion, S. D.
Rodney Jay WILLIAMS 9 Feb 1941 Vermillion S. D.
Joseph Albert WILLIAMS 11 Nov 1930 Ponca, Nebraska
Jerry Martin WILLIAMS 5 Jan 1932 Ponca, Nebraska
Charles 0. WICKHAM 10 Mar 1907 Sioux City, Iowa
Pansy WICKHAM 31 Oct 1902 Sioux City, Iowa
Elsie WICKHAM 26 Nov 1905 Sioux City, Iowa
Albert WICKHAM 10 Feb 1905 Sioux City, Iowa
Stella WICKHAM 13 Apr 1907 Sioux City, Iowa
John B. FAIRHEAD 12 Jan 1907 Gordon, Nebraska
Dau. of Elsie COFFEY 2 Jan 1923 Castor, Louisiana
Viola COFFEY 24 Aug 1938 Castor, Louisiana

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Deaths from Scrapbooks kept by Sarah Otis Wickham Curry continued:

Name Date of Death Place of Burial
Stanley P.M. COFFEY 19 Aug 1927 Castor, Louisiana
Evelyn Elda Jane ORTON 6 Jun 1932 Wallace, Nebraska
Genevieve BUCKMAN 12 Aug 1941 Faith, S. D.
Roy CHAMBERLAIN 22 Feb 1943 Wynot, Nebraska
Walter WILLIAMS 1944 Yakima, Washington
Orville virgil OWEN 19 Jun 1945 Dakota City, NE
William Fred CURRY 11 Jun 1945 Sioux City, Iowa
Clisara Cordell MIMS no date listed Jamestown, Louisiana
Glenda Sue COFFEY 21 Dec 1946 Jamestown, Louisiana
Walter E. TAGGART 5 Nov 1946 White River, S. D.

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The following was taken from obituaries.

Mary Jane SUMNER was born in Illinois and died in 1915. She was born 27 March 1839 the daughter of J. L. SUMNER Q KY. He was born in 1913. She married Ezekial WILKINS in 1856 and had 2 children, one who died in Sioux City about 1901 and Mrs. J. S. Williams of Obert. Mary Jane married Robert T. CHAMBERLAIN in 1861. He died 6 March 1910. They had 8 children. Mrs. Jas (Lillie Belle) KEEGAN and Raymond are dead. Living children are James, Jesse, Ade & Ry of Wynot, Mrra Woodworth of Furgus Falls, Minn and Mrs. Ida Wherry of Yankton, S. D. They came to NE in 1871 settling near Ponca. Moved to Vermillion, S. D. in 1893 and to Nebraska again in 1901 at St. James. Later moved to Wynot, Nebraska.

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Submitted by Mark Ilickok, 1589 Sunrise Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99508

BORN IN NEBRASKA, DIED IN ALASKA

Evelyn Marie MOBERLY, 74 died 28 November 1989 at Providence Hospital. She lived in Alaska for 45 years. She was born 28 January 1915 in Indianola, NE. Survivors include her husband, a son Bryan, daughter-in-law Lynn Mule, grandsons Shane MOBERLY and Doug WILLIAMS of Anchorage, four sisters Bernatine MUSGPAGE and Charlotte DANIELS of Indianola, Lucille McCLUNG of Wilsonville, Ne. Ethel SMITH of Livermore, CA and a brother Jim MALLECK of Indianola, NE

John Charles MASON died 16 Feb. 1989 at our Lady of Compassion Care Center, he lived in Alaska for 32 years. He was born 28 Dec. 1908 in Hershey, NE. Survivors include his wife Florence, five sons, Ronald, Darris and Stanley of Anchorage, Arnold of Fairbanks and Ernest of Cheyenne, WY; a daughter Elsa AKERS of Palmer, Alaska and a sister Anna Belle BURKE of Sonora, CA.

Ronald J. MILLS died 25 Feb. 1989 at Providence Hospital, he lived in Alaska 19 years. He was •born 4 March 1901 at Port Orchard, NE. Survivors include a daughter Madeline PEARCE of Lakewood, CO; three sisters Kathryn MYERS and Louise KINSEY of Pamona, CA and Bernice RUPE of Cottonwood, Arizona; a daughter-in-law Tina MILES and several grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Grace and a son Normand

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Submitted by Virginia Carlson, Kearney, NE

EARLY HISTORY OF THE ALDA PUBLIC SCHOOL
Hall County

1872 1st school held south of Alda on the Wood River, only 3 months.
1873 1st school house in Alda, building used for church, Sunday School, dances, A O U W Lodge Hall, general store by C. A. ELLIS.
1875 Alda School designated as District 12. First Board of Education: J.H. ANDREWS, J. V. BALMAT, O. P. MULLEN.
1880 9 month term was voted in.
1890 Alda School District purchased block where present school building stands today for $240.00
1899 Fire from lightning burned building.
1909 9th grade was added. School board: H.F. McINTOSH, John McLELLAN and Dr. P. C. KELLEY.
1912 Added 10th grade. T.A. McCULLOUGH and John THOMSSEN added to school board.
1915 F. H. DENMAN added to school board.
1922/23 School Board members: Forest KNOX, W. W. GALLUP, John MARTIN and others serving on board at various times: Charles JOBE, Ben MARSHALL, Ira NICHOLS, George ROUSE, A. B. FRAKER.
1924 Building wired for electricity.
1925 New building, one being used now, to be built for $27,000.00. On school board: W. W. GALLUP, Forest KNOX, Otto KRUEGER, the building committee: George CALNON, August SCHOEL, T. A. McCULLOUGH. Now a complete 12 grade school.
First graduating class was 1926.
Last graduating class was 1957.
After 1957 closing, high school students attended classes either in
Grand Island or Wood River.

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KNOWN TEACHER FOR THE ALDA PUBLIC SCHOOL LOWER GRADES

1872 Florence POWELL Pricilla JOBE
1873 ------------------------LIBBY T.O.C. HARRISON
1875 Maria LERRITTE 1896/97 Retta HOHNE
1876 Delia PUTMAN Lura BELLVILLE
1877 Henry GALLUP Minnie BROWN
Mrs. M. FURGUSON 1899 Mable FRAKER
1878 S. G. SCOTT J. H. BEAUGH
1881 Mrs. M. A. ARMOR 1901 F. H. COLWELL
1882 D. H. VANTINE Mable BALMAT
1884/85 Mrs. ---- HANNA 1902 Mable FRAKER
1886/87 ---------------SCHUMANN Ed WILLIAMS
1888 D. H. VANTINE 1903 A. L. PIERCE
1889/90 Stella BALMAT Mary BROWN
1891 H. A. EDWARDS 1904 Wayne ROUSE
1892/93 H. E. FUNK Mary BROWN
1894 Ross THOMPSON 1904/5 W. T. ENGLEMAN
Others in above era but no dates. Mary BROWN
Mrs. ----ARMSTRONG 1905/6 Bertha FRAKER
W. F. MECHAM Mary BROWN
Charles NICHOLS Mae VANCE

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Teachers in the Alda Public School continued:

1907 Margaret MAHONEY Lois GALLUP
Anna WINN Jane BROWN
1908/9 John ENGLEMAN Fern SEARSON
Blanche BALMAT Vera WILLEMAN
1911 Mrs. George FILSINGER Mary GRIMMINGER
Jessie RIDDLE Virginia Kelly
Stella BROWN Other teacher in High School, but
1912 Florence MARTIN no dates:
Grace JUDY Elizabeth ELLIOTT
Anna FILSINGER TRABAUGH
1913 Hazel TOWNSEND George CANDISH
Anna FILSINGER Lylle RAINFORTH
Grace JUDY Claire BOSSERMAN
1915 Henry ROUSE Perry John JORN
Kathryn MAUGHAN Ralph TILLEY
1916 Kathryn MAUGHAN Marjorie Rystrom
1922/23 John MATHEWS SLUSSER
Ruth TESTMAN STRAHECKN
Mertice FILZEIN Almus LARSEN
1925 R. L. HOFF Florence THAXTON
Audrey MINER, middle grades Dorothy WOODWARDS
Margaret WATSON, lower grades Lyle WHITING
Other teachers in lower grades but no Fred BARRINGTON
dates: Laurel PACKER
Meredith HAGGARD
Evelyn HESSEL

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SOME STUDENTS ATTENDING THE ALDA PUBLIC SCHOOL
1876 Irvin LUTH 1916
Myrta MITCHELL Olga SCHOEL Edna DENMN4 Edward CALNON
Everette BAIMAT Ben SHRINER Eli THOMSSEN Pearl JOBE
Stella BALMAT Roy ELLIS Leroy DAVISON Carl ANDERSON
Addie DELAP Herman TRAVIS Wayne DEAN Carl McCULLOUGH
John JOHNSON Wilson MIARS Margaret ROUSE Orval DILLON
Willie ANDERSON Ray SCOTT Clarence KRUEGER Addie CLAAR
Charlie ANDREUES Hiram HOCK Henry LOTH Blance JOBE
Will ANDREUES Reva DEAN Dulcia SULTON Harvey SUTTON
Robert VAN WEY Ollie FRANZ Burton HOUSEHOLDER Navell MIARS
Elva VAN WEY James CALNON Don ELLIS Charlie SHOEL
Mina SWEET Merlin SCOTT Pauline SCOTT
Willie SWEET Gladys BIXMAN Donna SWIFT (spelling as was in
Ida FLEISHER Hazel SCOTT Howard DENMAN the clipping)
John FLEISHER Gladys JENKINS Merton CLAAR 1914
May FLEISHER Helen SCHOEL Emil THOMSSEN Maysel ADAMS
1914 Emma mulls Howard KNOX Helen WILLETT
John HOCK Ema MARTH Roy ANDERSON Minnie LUTH
Donald MODESITT Ralph LUTH Rena OLSEN
Herman MUHS Eva GEORGE Mary KNOX

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Submitted by Marion Abramson, Kimball, NE
From: Russell Brothers Telephone Co.
The patrons whose names began with A are missing, part of the "H" and "P" groups are missing.

DIX TELEPHONE PATRONS- Pre 1948 Kimball County

BAUR, John FRAMER Elev. LONG, 2mos YOUNG, Joe
BAUR, Walter FARMER, Jess MANNING, Art
BARRETT, Guy FOSTER Lumber MALLARD, Chas
BERANECK, Otto FRENCH, Jack McKINNEY, Paul
BELGUM, Carl GUNDERSON Robert MENIENGER, C.
BELGUM, Albert GUNDERSON, Olaf, Jr. PHILLIPS, Harry
BINNING Elev. CUSNER, L. PEARSON, Godfrey
BROTHERS, Will GUNDERSON, Ray PETERSON, Jens
BROTHERS, Floyd GUNDERSON, Howard REDDY, Morris
BRIESKE, Glen GRIFFITH, Harry RIESENBERG, Gus
BASKINS, John GODDING, E.E. ROBERTS, Don
BELMORE ROBERTS, John M.
Hi-Way Cafe ROSENTHAL, Chas
CLAUSEN Elev. HORRUM, Emery SCHEELE, Gus
CLAUSEN, John SCHMOLDT, Otto
CHRISTENSON, Lawrence JOHNSON, Art SCHMIDT, Lewis
CHRISTY Store JOHNSON, Olic SMITH, Carl
CAMPBELL, Chas KNOT, Gardner STAHLY, Clifford
KNOT, H. O. STAHLY, U. E.
DEDIC, Emil KENTON, Art STEELE, Wm.
DOLCATER, Robt LARSON, C. L. TRAVIS, Elmer
TUBNBULL, Gale THORPE, C. S. THIEL, Ted
TOBLER, Lawrence WHITCOMB, Jim WYNNE, Kenneth
WILLIAMS, Frank WILLIAMS, Glen WENDT, Gus

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Abstracted from: THE OMAHA BEE, 18 December 1878
BUTLER COUNTY --- David City and Rising City
Not so thickly populated as other counties. Many improvements in
towns and in the country. Windmills are being erected.

DAVID CITY

County seat situated nearly in center of county.
Churches: Methodist & Congregational.
E. P. FULLER, liveryman
J.F. McCARTNEY of Omaha has been testing fire extinguishers here for fire dept
R. N. HART & Co., dry goods & groceries.
Mrs. Emma RANDELLE, formerly of Winona, Minn., has millinery.
PADDOCK & REINHARDT, General merchandise
B. M. WILSON, has started news depot.
H. WELLS, billard parlor
ANGEL & DALE have Commercial Hotel

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Butler County continued:

RISING CITY

Only in existence for about 6 weeks. 35 houses built & more on the way.
Several merchants. J.C. PAXTON, postmaster & merchant.
A. P. DAY, has hotel. E. KNAPP is contractor & builder.
Tn-weekly stage carrying mail runs through this place to Osceola from
David City. Mr. E. C. COY, manager.

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Abstracted by Diane Hatfield Korten from "Out of The Past, The Future"
Centennial Booklet of Ulysses, NE, 1867-1967.
History of Ulysses, BUTLER Co. Ne.
First permanent settlers in 1858 were Soloman GARFIELD and James BLAIR.
Other Early Settlers:

SHIELDS, Joseph PEED, David REED, Geo. PALMER, J. M.
THRAPP, Dr. S.T.W. TOWNER, McD. TOWNER, Abraham DAVIS, Christopher
DARNALL, James REED, Robert

RICHARDSON, W.T., Surveyed town site when laid out in June 1868.
McCARTY, George & REED, Robert, opened 1st store, 1868.
DAVID, W. H. and BATTY, J.N., opened 2nd store in 1871.
School District organized 1869: DANELL, Summer, Director; PALMER, J.M.,
Treas.
THRAPP, Dr., Moderator; WILKISON, J.MM., 1st teacher.
Firsts in Ulysses
THRAPP, Dr. S. T.W. & Mrs.--son born 1867 in Ulysses.
KENAUBER, Jacob & Mrs., son died in 1870, buried at Karpisek Cemetery
north
of Ulysses.
THRAPP, Dr. S.T.W. Physician TOWNER, Rev. Abraham, Local Minister
SKILLMAN, Mary Adeline and SHIELDS, William Thomas, marriage in 1869.
McCARY, George and PALMER, James, built grist and flour mill.
WOPLEY, Rev. William, 1868, gave 1st Sermon.
DOBSON, Park C.; built frame building, 1870
Ulysses State Bank incorporated July 1881.
EMMERSON, S.D.I.--President WYANDT, Cyrus F.-Vice President.
HALE, Arthur, Cashier
Ulysses Township organized March 3, 1874 and incorporated a town 2 June 1881.
First Trustees NILES, A.M. PEED, George ROBERTS, Jasper
WILSON, C.B. STROMAN, Samuel
CHALLIS, C. H.--Founded 'Ulysses Dispatch' 6 May 1880.
Subscribers: LONDON, R.C. BISHOP. A.O. BYAM, H.C. AVERY, Dr. W.A.
Early businesses listed

McCARY's general --merchandise McCOY, Henry-1905 moved meat market to street.
Towner & Tissue WITHERS, Allen, Prop. of Flour Mill, 1913
DIERS, Bros. (John & Henry) SMITH, George L.-19l4 installed sanitation sewers
DIERS, Carl (Henry's son) STEPHENS, James-Ran small grocery store.
REYNOLDS, G.P.-1902 built brick building occupied by Peter SMITH..
PRECH, Barney-Meat Market WITHER, Allen & HEARD, Ben, operated elevator.

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Abstracted from material at Nebraska Wesleyan University

LINWOOD and OCTAVIA METHODIST EPISCOPIAL CHURCHES
Butler County

Name Date joined
ACKERMAN, Carie 1901
BROWN, Ida
BINGHAM, E.T.
BRADT , John 4 Feb 1889

Mrs. John

4 Feb. 1889
BALMER, Sarah 28 Jan 1896
BROAT, Alenzo 1 Nov 1896
BALMERS, Milton 24 Jan 1897
BALDWIN, Lydda 3 July 1890 died 8 April 1899 90yrs 2 ms 22 d
CRANFORD, Joseph 26 Jan 1888
COVEY, Mrs. S. 29 Oct 1888

Mr. S.

29 Oct 1888
COOPER, S.A. 14 June 1891

Mrs. S.A.

14 June 1891
COMPTON, Martha 12 July 1891
CLEVELAND, Mrs. May 13 Dec 1891
CONNEMAN, Fransis
CARR, C.M. 27 March 1898
Lara V. 27 March 1898
Hewitt 27 March 1898
Roy 27 March 1898
COBB, Helen McLEAN 19 May 1900
DANE, Wm. 26 Jan 1888
DAWSON, W.F. 8 Sept 1889
DOCKSTADER, C. 15 Dec 1889
DAVIS, Susan D. 11 Jan 1891
DOCKSTADER, Altai 14 June 1891 married to Fred GREEN
DODGE, Mabel 26 Dec 1891
DAVIS, Albia 31 Jan 1892

Gertrude

31 Jan 1892
DUNCAN, Mable married HOPKINS
DOCKSTADER, Caroline 15 Dec 1889
DUNCAN, Mrs.
ELLIOT, Miss Mary 9 Sept. 1888 Moved to Bolt Co.
EVANS, Sarah 14 June 1891

Miss May

9 Nov 1896
FRANKLIN, E.B. 2 Sept 1888

Mrs. E. B.

2 Sept 1888
FRANTZ, Mrs. J.

Pearl

13 July 1890
FITZSIMMON, A.P. 27 Nov 1890

Ora

30 Nov 1890
FRANTZ, Kenrtz 14 June 1891

Blanche

14 June 1891
FLEMING, Mrs. 29 Aug 1897
FLEEK, Pearl 4 Jan 1903

Arthur

4 Jan. 1903

Rebeca

11 Jan 1903
BROWN, Jessie May 18 July 1897
BRINGHAM, E. F. 15 Feb 1891
BROWN, Ida 27 Aug 1893

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Linwood & Octavia Methodist Episcopial Churches continued:

FENTON, Miss Mattie 5 Nov 1889
HALL, Miss Kate 28 Feb 1889
HAWK, Mary 14 June 1891 Married BRUNKER

Fannie

14 June 1891
HALSTEAD, Allice 19 Jan 1892
HAWKE, Mrs.

Elizabeth

31 Jan 1892
HELMER, Jane June 1893
HIGLEY, Henry Aug 1893

Rebecca J.

Aug 1893
HOPKINS, Mabel
HALSTEAD, Lafeyette 6 Feb 1896
HOPKINS, Mrs. Noble 1 Nov 1896
HALSTEAD, Earnest 18 July 1897

Earl

18 July 1897
HOLLAND, Mrs. W. A. 29 Jan 1901
JOHNSON, F. C. 2 Sept 1888

Mrs. M. P.

2 Sept 1888

Jennie B.

2 Aug 1891

Vad B.

27 Dec 1891
JNKS ? (INKS?), Mrs. Matilda 26 Jan 1892
JOHNSON, Jane H. 9 Nov 1896
JAMESON, Lillie 2 Nov 1896
KINGSBERRY, Wm. 26 Jan 1888
KINGSBERRY, Mrs. M. E. 26 Jan 1888
KING, Auther 8 Feb 1892

Mrs.

8 Feb. 1892

Miss Mary

26 Dec 1891 d. 2 March 1892
KNOX?, Sister Jan 1893
LEWIS, J. D. 9 Sept 1888

Mollie

9 Sept 1888
LOUDON, Mrs.

Margaret

4 Feb 1889
LILLIE, Mrs. M. E. 8 Nov 1896

Miss Katie

8 Nov 1896
MELLENGER, John 23 July 1888

Mrs. Mary

23 July 1888
MACKINSON, Alice 2 Sept 1888
MATTISON, Francis 20 Sept 1891
MILLS, J. F. 3 Jan 1892

F. J.

26 Jan 1896
MAR}CLEY, Mrs.

Hattie

24 Jan 1897

Henry

18 July 1897
MERASH, Susie 18 July 1897
NICHOLSON, Mr. L. 27 Jan 1889

Mrs. C. L.

27 Jan 1889
Miss Mabel 27 Jan. 1889 married W. DODGE
NICHOLS, Mr. G. N. 27 Jan 1889

Mrs. G. N.

27 Jan 1889
NICHOLSON, Walter 27 Jan 1889
NEWTON, Mrs. A. C. 10 Oct 1891

Mrs. B. E.

10 Oct 1891

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Linwood & Octavia Methodist Episcopial Churchs continued

NICHOLS, Louisa 27 Aug 1893
NOBLE, O. D. 21 Aug 1898
PERVIER, S.O. 2 Sept 1888

Mrs. S. O.

2 Sept 1888
PARKS, Mrs. A.

Mr. E. R.

PRESCOTT, Annie M 21 Dec 1890

Rosa

21 Dec 1890

Eva

21 Dec 1890

Willie

21 Dec 1890
PARKS, Francis 14 June 1891 married CORNNEMAN

Myrtle

14 June 1891

Eugene

14 June 1891
ROOT, Emma June 1892
SLOCUM, Alice 2 Sept 1888

D. A.

2 Sept 1888

Allen

2 Sept 1888
SPRING, Wm. 29 Jan 1888

Mrs.

29 Jan 1888 died 26 Aug 1896
SMITH, Nancy A. 29 Jan 1888
SKINNER, Ninna 9 Sept 1888
STIGAL, Mrs. Eva 9 Sept 1888
STACIA, Miss Lillian A. 10 March 1889
SORICK, Emma 30 Sept 1889
SKINNER, J. H. 22 Feb 1891
STREETER, Willie 14 June 1891
Mrs. Ruby 9 Nov 1896
SORRICK, Michael 18 July 1897

Lydia

4 Jan 1903
TOWNLY, Mrs. J. died 9 Sept 1899

Mr. Enos

James

14 June 1891
TRACY, Edward 14 June 1891
VANDERKOLH, Mrs. Amelia

Mr. B.

VANFLEET, Mrs. R.
VELDA, Mrs. M. E.
WIDENER, Able 2 Sept 1888

Rachel

2 Sept 1888
WOODS, Mrs. Henry 4 Feb 1889
WARREN, Mrs.
WILSON, Margaret
WHEELER, H. C. 5 April 1891

N.

5 April 1891
WILT, Mrs. D. W. 26 March 1899
WALDRON, Ida F. 14 Jan 1900
WATERMAN, Beulah 28 June 1902
WASH, Mary J. 21 Sept 1902

 


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