NSGS Ancestree
Nebraska State Genealogical Society Journals

NEBRASKA ANCESTREE

VOLUME 15, NO. 3
WINTER 1993

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NEBRASKA ANCESTREE   WINTER   Volume 15, No. 3   Page 82

Abstracted by: Elaine Batenhorst, Kearney

MILLER FORUM, BUFFALO COUNTY, NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS

8 Oct 1908
Charles GRAHAM & Mrs. Hattie McALLISTER mar. 4 Oct. at Miller.
Carl LOBS & Josephine SCHUCKER mar. 1 Oct at German Lutheran Church, Watertown.
     Groom son of Mr. & Mrs. Fred LOBS of Amherst. Bride dau. of Mr. & Mrs. Carl SCHUCKER, Watertown.


15 Oct 1908
L. A. HAZZARD celebrating 59th birthday. Came from Michigan 25 yrs to Buffalo Co.
Frank L. MERRYMAN & Mrs. Nellie J. MERRYMAN mar. at Kearney on 13 Oct by Co. Judge HALLOWELL. Both of Armada Twp.
Frank F. MORITZ, Rockville & Marie COULTER, Ravenna, mar. at St. Mary’s Catholic Church by Rev. Father MACOUPEK.
Mrs. Jane CAMPBELL will bequests to: Rev. HOBSON, Mrs. E. von FORELL of Aurora, Annie IRVINE, Mrs. R. M. REYNOLDS, Lucy HODGE.
Stanley, son of Mr. & Mrs. Otto ALVIN, died Thursday.
A son born to Mr. & Mrs. Wm. METZ of Miller on Sunday.


5 Nov. 1908
John A. DOLSON, 80, of Eastwood & Lovina PATTON, 66, Kearney mar. Thurs. by Rev. N. J. JOHNSON.
Mother of Mrs. J. K. BERGE died in Iowa
Nancy ELMONTELLAR celebrated 90th birthday on 27 Oct.
Albert J. BRYANT & Clara B. OLSON of Madison Co. mar. 4 Nov. at home of Mr. & Mrs. A. H. BRYANT, Miller. Bride a teacher.
G. WENDERWALD died in Montana.


12 Nov. 1908
Dave FISHER killed, burial in Missouri.
Emery MATHEWS in fight.
Frank L. MERRIMAN, b. Mercer Co. Ill., 28 Sept 1865, d. near Miller on 8 Nov. age 43 yrs 1 mo 10 days. To Buffalo Co. in 1882. Mar 22 Aug 1898 to Nellie J. STEVENS. Survived by wife, son in Okla and 3 adopted children.
Howard MARGRITZ d Tues. at home of bro. near Lexington. Age 20 yrs 21 days. Funeral in Ravenna, burial in Fremont.
From “Amherst News” a son b. to Bert FITCH.


26 Nov. 1908
A son b. 15 Nov to Ira BIGELOW & wife, from Amherst News.


3 Dec. 1908
Mrs. Agnes ALLEN d. at grandmother’s home. Survivors: 5 children (3 boys), husband living in Kansas.
Pearl WELLETT b. Cass Co. Nebr. 20 Nov 1873, d. 20 Nov age 35 years 11 days. Moved with pars. to Custer Co. at age 9. Mar. 27 July 1890 to William WELLETT. Survived by 8 children; pars. Mr. & Mrs. BROWN of Ansley; bro. Mr. FOWLER, Ansley, 2 sis. in Wash. Internment in Sumner Cem.
Father of S. DWORAK d. in Schuyler.


10 Dec. 1908
“Deacon” TRAVIS d. Sidney, Iowa. Bro.-in-law of Mr. & Mrs. Wm. ALLEN.
Louis ARNOLD, son of Mr. & Mrs. P. ARNOLD of Shelton, d. Salt Lake City, Utah on Thurs.
Mrs. GROSSE, wife of Rev. J. F. M. minister of Ev. Luth. Church at Watertown, celebrated 31st birthday.
George M. CARLSON & Leona WEBBER, both of Shelton, mar. at Grand Island by Co. Judge MILLIN.
Geo. HARVEY killed near Grandy, Cob. Internment at Denver, Colo.
Harry JACOBSON, Overton, & Dora BROWN, Elm Creek, mar. Sat. by Judge HALLOWELL.


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啋鑗iller Forum Newspaper Abstracts, 1908 continued:

17 Dec. 1908
Family reunion of Mary PIERSON. Children: Mr. & Mrs. Thos. PIERSON, Overton; Mr. & Mrs. Everett PIERSON, Miller; Dr. & Mrs. M. E. BUSH, Mrs. Jennie BUNNELL & dau., Mr. & Mrs. FLOCK & 4 children all of Sunner; Miss Vera PICKERAL. Thos. & Everett & families are moving to New Mexico.


24 Dec 1908
Ruben DECKER, Elm Creek res. for 30 yrs., celebrated 76th birthday.
Henry TSCHANNER d. at homestead near Holyoke, Co. b, on 16 Dec. He was bro. of Louis TSCHANNER. He was a carpenter in Miller at one time. Internment at Holyoke.


7 Jan 1909
Frank HUXTABLE d. Broken Bow.
Bernard T. McENTEE & Sarah E. GIBBS mar. in Catholic Church in Kearney--from Amherst Items.

Mr. & Mrs. J. A. CONVERSE celebrated anniversary (50th) in Gibbon. Mar. in Andover, Ill. Res. in Loup City for many yrs.
Youngest son of L. PAINTER d. in Gibbon on 5 Jan. Lloyd came to Buffalo Co. from Missouri in 1894 & homesteaded in Sharon Twp. His wife d. 3 yrs ago. Father & son, Roy, moved to Gibbon. 2 other sons, Ballon & Neva. 2 daus. in convent in Des Moines, Iowa


21 Jan 1909
A dau. born to S. Y. HARRIS & wife.


28 Jan 1909
James P. TENNY, 52, & Mrs. Caroline JOHNSON, 52, both of Brady Island, Dawson Co., mar. 4 Feb. 1909
Mrs. Liddie ZBINDIN d. at Pool, Nebr, aged 79 yrs. Grandmother of Mrs. J. C. SAMMONS.
A dau. b. 31 Jan to August OERTIVIG & wife. on 31 Jan. from Watertown, News.


11 Feb. 1909
Elma F. HOUSTON, b. 26 Nov. 1875 in Bangor, Maine, d. 6 Feb. at Miller. Came with mother to Armada in 1883. Mar. 1890 to C. M. HOUSTON. 7 children, Goldie, Ruby, Laudie, Gertrude, Hellen, Lee & Percy. Percy d. at 8 mo. 2 sisters: Mrs. WALKER, Miller & Mrs. FOGELSONG, Michigan. Bros.: Bert & Geyer, Miller.


18 Feb. 1909
C. H. LANDRETH, early settler, d. Custer Co.

Mrs. Sarah BARRETT d. last wk at her home in Shelton. Age 80 yrs.
James Edmond PIERCE & Hester Alice MUSSER, dau of Mr. & Mrs. C. O. MUSSER, mar.
Mrs. Susan MERRIMAN, d. Friday, aged 79 yrs. at daus. Mrs. W. R. SELTZGABER Kearney.
Victor BROADINE & Ethel CHITTENDEN, both of Elm Creek, mar. last week.
Frank PARRISH & Verna EICKMEIR mar. Center Twp. Buffalo Co. last week. Will reside on farm near Sartoria.


4 Mar. 1909
Opel Strickland HANNA, b. 14 Nov. 1902 Mason City, d. 3 March at Miller, age 6 yrs, 3 mo 19 days. Dau. of Mr. & Mrs. A. C. HANNA.


11 Mar 1909
L. A. JEWEL of Ansley killed in sandbank. Former res. of Cat Creek. Leaves wife and 5 children.
Joseph KAPS, son of Joseph KAPS, d. 5 Mar. age 8 mo 23 days. Bur Miller Cem.
Riley WESCOATT, b on Tippecanoe Battleground, Ind. d. 6 Mar, Giggon (sic),  In 1831 enlisted in Mexican War. In 1875 moved to Elm Island, Hall Co., south of Wood River. Bur Gibbon.


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Miller Forum Newspaper Abstracts, 1908-1909 Continued:

18 March 1909
A son born 11 March to O. P. RAMER & wife. Grandparents: Mr. & Mrs. E.E. COLE.


25 March 1909
Frank SKEEN & Leah HARDY mar. 31 March, Tabor, Iowa. SKEEN farms 4 mi from Gibbon.

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SUMMONS, DODGE COUNTY, 21 Feb. 1913

Submitted by Georgene Morris Sones

Robert SMITH, Douglas Co. Clerk
Axel STU___ Jr. Douglas Co. Deputy
John A. CREIGHTON Real Estate Co.  

Wabash College, a corporation of the State of Indiana

Charles HAFFKE, Plaintiff's Attorney

W. D. CONDIT, Sheriff of Dodge County, Nebraska

To the Sheriff of Dodge County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to notify:
John W. BILLETER看看看看看看看Zylpha BILLETER TOBLER
(impleaded with Wabash College, a corporation of the State of Indiana)
William BILLETER看看看看看看看看William T. BILLETER 看看看看看看看看看看看看看看W. T. BILLETER
and unknown heirs and devisees of said William BILLETER, William T. BILLETER and W. T. BILLETER, Frank BILLETER, May BILLETER HENDERSON, Josie BILLETER STONER, Kate KILLETER BRUNTON, Laura BILLETER MORRIS, Rebecca Alice CREEDON, Ida May BILLETER, BRANTON, Mrs. Amos S. FRANK, Jacob S. MATSENBAUGH, Roderick P. BREWSTER, R. P. BREWSTER, Robert SMITH, Clerk of the District Court of Douglas County, Nebraska, Felix J. McSHANE, Jr. Sheriff of said Douglas County, Mrs. Jacob S. MATSENBAUGH, Edward BLEWITT, and the unknown heirs and devisees of Edward BLEWITT, Mrs. John SEUSSENIERFFER.

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UNUSUALLY LONG NAMES

From The Platte Valley Independent, Grand Island, Ne. Hall County Sat. 13 May 1876

Augustus Wilhelm SCHACHLESCHNEIDER Has taken homestead in Colfax Co. Jakop Christian Bernhardt VOTSENHEIMERREIMENSCHNEIDER has taken homestead in Howard County.

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Submitted by: Shari Robbins, Kimball, Ne

VALLEY SCHOOL, District No. 33, Hayes Co. 1903-1904

Lula PIPER, Teacher A. D. STEVENS, Director
A. J. PULLEY, Moderator B. F. SIBBITT, Treasurer
G. H. PHICKETT, Co. Supt.
PUPILS
Pearl PULLEY Irnia BACON Hazel SHIGLEY
Laura SHIGLEY Arthur SHIGLEY May PIPER
Cecil PIPER Harvey PULLEY Cora PULLEY
Mary NOEL Bennie NOEL Gracie PULLEY
Lissie LEACH May LEACH Sumner PIPER
Laura SHIRLEY Isaac GOODWIN McKinley GOODWIN
Ernest SEBBITT Manley SHIRLEY Ella GOODWIN
Shirman GOODWIN Sheridan GOODWIN John STEVENS
Clyde PULLEY Arthur TEETERS Roy TEETERS
Fred STEVENS Irving BACON Joe Moon
Millie SHIRLEY Wiley MOON Grace McGINNIS


NEBRASKA ANCESTREE   WINTER   Volume 15, No. 3   Page 85

Abstracted by: Mrs. Lola Peterson, Silver Creek

THE SILVER CREEK TIMES, MERRICK COUNTY

17 May 1901
Charles D. OSTRANDER, D. 14 May at res. 6 mi. w. of Silver Creek, aged 54. D. on birthday. B. 14 May 1847 in Lambarth, Canada, emig. w/pars. to Mich. & then to Nebr. Fun. Friends Church, interment at Fairview Cem Survivors: aged mother in Nebraska City, wife & children. Rev. STAMBAUGH officiated.
William COLLEN of Soldiers Home in Grand Island, d. recently.


5 July 1901
A dau. b. 30 June to D. F. DAVIS & wife of Silver Creek.
Harry MOE, aged 10 yrs, d. Bayard, Nebr.
John VALENTINE, d. near Ponca. 30 August 1901.
A son b. to Thos. MECHAM & wife last night at Buelah near Silver Creek.
James T. HOFFMAN suicide, Newman Grove.
George S. MOCKRIDGE d. 21 Aug. at Silver Creek, aged 21 yrs. 10 mos, 19 days.
Mrs. T. GRAVES d. Sunday night, bur. Fullerton on Monday. Age 17, bride of 6 weeks.


20 Sept. 1901
Mrs. Elizabeth GAMBEE one of St. Paul's early settlers, d. recently, aged 65, Big Springs.
Ed. ARNOLD, emplyee (sic) of Burlington RR, killed by engine on Sat, in Lincoln.


11 October 1901
Anna LUNDY TOWSLEE, wife of D. J. TOWSLEE, mar. 1876; d. 6 Oct at home in Silver Creek, aged 56 yrs, 4 mos, 6 days. B. 30 May 1845 to Wm. & Marth LUNDY at York Co., Canada. Survivors: husband, Darius; 2 sons: Charles & Walter; mother; 6 bros. & 3 sisters.
William F. MORRIS mar. Wed to Kate CRAIG of Clarks. (William editor of CLARKS ENTERPRIZE)
Perry A McCORMICK mar. Grace GAGAN, of Polk Co. on 6 Oct. Walter ADCOCK, bestman, Nellie MUSTARD, bridesmaid. Rev. A. 0. SWARTWOOD.
Frank LAYTON mar. Celia DWYER last eve, at home of sister of bride, Mrs. Thom. GUTHERIE at Silver Creek. Rev. DAVIES officiated.
A son b. Tues, 8 Oct. to John REED & wife, Silver Creek.


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MERRICK COUNTY LETTER -- 1878

Submitted by: Peg Zubrick, Omaha, Ne (Spelling and (lack of) puncutation (sic) have been retained. Surnames have been capatalized (sic) for ease in locating names. Silver Creek is in Merrick Co. Research in the Omaha City Directory shows that around 1878 David WHITNEY, Hugh C. CLARK, and David CLARK were wholesale grocers at 247 Douglas. The original letter is in the files of Peg Zubrick.)

Silver Creek
Sept 2nd 1878

Edward RODDIS Esq
     Omaha
My dear Sir
看看看看看 Your letter was received some weeks since I thank you for answering my letter so soon. I have been very busy up here building houses and stores for the past few months, I did all the inside work on a large Hotel building besides building a dwelling and an addition to a Store, at present I am building an addition to the Store of E L MARSTON which is a branch of Whitney Clark & Co House of Omaha. Mr. CLARK was up here last Sunday and attended Church Rev Mr GOODALE preaching. Mr. CLARK liked our town and people very much and think Silver Creek will make quite a town We had a Sunday School picnic a few weeks ago which was a grand success The drive from the Church to the picnic grounds with our new banners floating in the breese looked quite imposing. At the Church Rev Henry SHAW opened the proceedings with the usual exercises and


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Merrick County Letter continued:

and then music followed after which we adjourned to the grove of L K HILLS and there enjoyed music a good dinner etc etc Everybody went hone well pleased and Said that St. Stephens Sunday School had given the best Picnic ever held in this part of the Country. Well now to business, I expect to finish up here inside of two weeks, and desire to return to Omaha and am anxious to obtain employment for the winter. Are you going to do anything in the Packing line and if so do you think you will have anything to offer me If you intend building any I would like to work for you, and can do you good work. Should you have anything for me will give you good statrisfaction (sic) What are the prospects for Pork Business this fall Hoping to hear from you at Convenience

I am respectfully yours
Edward C COOPER看看看
(signed)看

 

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ST. LAWRENCE MARTYR CATHOLIC CHURCH DEDICATION
Silver Creek, Merrick County, 30 April 1967

Silver Creek was platted by the Union Pacific RR November 1866. First postoffice was at LATHROP'S Ranch (2mi. below Silver Creek), later called Silver Glen, then removed to Silver Creek. Mr. L. ROSSITER promoted the start of the church. Reverend REMBERT said Mass in the home of Mr. POLLAND. Priest stayed with John KULA whose dau., Mamie (Mrs. LARSON), served as first organist. Names mentioned:

1902: Mr. REEDER, Rev. STANOWSKI, Rt. Rev. Richard SCANNELL (of Omaha.)
1907: Rev. Cyril MITERA 1901 : S. N. ROSSITER, Frank POLLAND
1902: Albert DUSTER 1903: Rev. Florence KURZER (of Humphrey)
看看看Fathers Lullus SEEBOTH, Ladeslaus CZECH.

1904: there were 74 males, 61 females in church census.
1920: Mr. COULTON sold lots to church. Trustees: Edward McCAULEY, John STAROSTKA

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Abstracts from GOLDEN JUBILEE ST. PETER'S Catholic Church
Clarks, Merrick County, 8 October 1968

First established as a mission in late 1860's and was administered by Father RYAN of Columbus.
1871: Union Pacific RR deeded, for church purposes, land to John HIGGINS and Luke LAMB as trustees.
1872: a frame bldg. was erected on what is now Lot 5, Bik 12 the site of a former resident, Fred GILLIARD family.
1918: land purchased from Mrs. Emma MORRIS
1925: Trustees: Michael SHONSEY, Sr., William DOUGLAS, Sr. (both on bldg. com.) with Joseph KIOLBAKA, Joe OURADA, William FEEHAN, J. H. POLLARD.


NEBRASKA ANCESTREE   WINTER   Volume 15, No. 3   Page 87

Submitted by Ruby Coleman, North Platte, Ne

Thaddeus J. or T.J. Foley was an early merchant in North Platte. The 1920 history of Lincoln County which was compiled by Bare and McDonald does not contain a biographical sketch on him and barely mentions him in one place. According to information gleaned by Nellie Snyder Yost Lydic, late author and historian of Lincoln County, Foley operated a big general store in North Platte known as Foley & Senter. William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody attended a elegant reception in his honor on 21 October 1886 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Foley. They were apprently (sic) very socially prominent in North Platte. Foley and Cody were apparently also good friends. It is known that Foley had ranch interests north of Lincoln County.

Taken from a clipping from a North Platte, Lincoln County, Nebraska newspaper dated 24 August 1878.
Marriage Notices
FOLEYSMILEY At the home of the bride's Mother, Wednesday, August 14th, 1878 by Rev. Leroy F Baker, Mr. Thaddeus J. Foley of North Platte, Nebraska to Miss Jennie Smiley of Smiley, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. Rev. Baker was Rector of Grace Church, Great Bend.

The above couple will receive the congratulations of their many friends on their return. The bride is well known in social life in North Platte, as she was in our city last winter visiting her sister, Mrs. H.N. Nichols. Mr. Foley has been in Western Nebraska for several years, and is known as one of the leading merchants of the west.

Same newspaper there is a clipping on the death of Elizabeth Van Doran. In North Platte, Nebraska on Monday, August 19, 1878 Elizabeth, wife of H.M. Van Doran, aged 47 years, 3 months and 14 days. The lady was well and favorably known in this community. She leaves many friends who deeply sympathize with the afflicted family. A husband, two sons and a grand child mourn their lost. The funeral took place on the 20th.


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FRONTIER COUNTY REGISTER OF PIONEERS

NAME ADDRESS
DATE OF
ARRIVAL
FROM
No. in
Family
PRECINCT
Elmer WOOD Stockville
Mar. 1882
Harlan Co.
Stockville
Laura WOOD Stockville
Feb. 1883
Saline Co.
Stockville
B. A. REED Stockville
May 1882
Saline Co. & Iowa
5
Stockville
E. E. ALLEN Freedom
10 Sept 1873
Saline Co.
2
Garfield
G. G. THOMPSON Stockville
April 1891
Rooks Co. KS
Orafino
C. C. CRAWFORD Freedom
21 Dec 1888
Kansas
5
Sherman
John H. BAILEY Harrell
April 1885
Mass
7
Harrell
Bertha Fenton REED Stockville
Spring 1880
Missouri
13
Stockville
Lulu Nail BROWN Stockville
17 April 1885
Waverly, Ill
6
Stockville
Dimon M. BROWN Stockville
3 May 1893
b. in Frontier Co
5
Stockville
John Tyler NALL Moorefield, Ne
June 1887
2
Stockville
S. E. PECK Loomis
April 1893
Fillmore Co.
Clearwater
Elsie WOLLAM Moorefield
25 Dec 1893
Fillmore Co.
8
Stockville
LeRoy WILSON McCook
Spring 1882
Saline Co.
Orafino
J. A LYNCH Stockville
Oct 1, 1873
Cheyenne, WY
J. N. OMMERT Cambridge
Mar 1886
Indiana
Orafino
C. WOODRING Stockville
15 Sept 1893
Born in CO.
Cambridge
Geo. V. HINTON Stockville
6 Apr 1885
Fillmore Co.
Sherman
Lurie M. HINTON Stockville
10 Oct 1897
Phelps Co.
Sherman
Mrs. C. C. CRAWFORD Freedom
May 1886
Saline Co.
Orafino
Mrs. A. J. KESTER Farnam
July 1892
Illinois
Lower medicine
Minee KNOEDLER Eustis
1894
Germany
Plum Creek
J. H. KIRLING Freedom
Jan 1886
Indiana
Sheridan
S. S. GAMLAN Stockville
15 Sept 1885
Gage Co.
2
Garfield
O. E. CUTRY Stockville
1894
Saline Co.
Stockville
Mrs. W. R. FISHER Freedom
Sept 1894
Gage Co.
2
Knowles
Mrs. Chas BRAY Stockville
Jan 1885
Gage Co.
Russell
Mrs. S. G. FOSTER Cambridge
Oct 1887
Gage Co.
4
Fairview
C. L. PICKEL Eustis
1890
Iowa
Lower Medicine
Mrs. Margaret WHIPPLE Curtis
Mar 1887
Mills Co. Iowa
Stockville
August MANE Orafino
Fall 1884
Richardson Co.
Lower Medicine
J. B. NELSON Stockville
April 1884
Saline Co.
10
Orafino
Mary E. DETTRA Stockville
25 Mar 1886
Illinois
4
Sheridan
Grace E. HINTON Stockville
Jan 1896
Iowa
Noorefield
Mary COLE Stockville
June 1891
born in Co.
Sheridan
Sahiah A. RECKARD Stockville
Feb 1884
Missouri
Moorefield
Ella HINTON Stockville
1884
Fillmore Co
4
Sherman
Emma M. BROOKS Moorefield
Dec 1889
Seward Co.
6
Stockville
Mrs. Belle HINTON Stockville
1884
Fillmore Co.
2
Sherman
Mrs. Addie WYMORE Freedom
1886
Eastern, NE
North Star
Ira E. WYMORE Freedom
June 1892
Gage Co.
Knowles
Mary A. MILLS Eustis
1878
York Co.
6
Muddy
John MILLS Eustis
April 1878
York Co.
6
Muddy
Joe MILLS Eustis
April 1878
York Co.
6
Muddy
S. M. LINK Curtis
Mar 1891
Mrs. S. M. LINK Curtis
15 Mar 1891
York Co.
6
Curtis
E. G. LINK Eustis
15 Mar 1891
McCool Juct.
Curtis
Mrs. E. G. LINK Eustis
July 1884
Memphis, No.
Fairview


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Frontier County Register of Pioneers continued:

NAME ADDRESS
DATE OF
ARRIVAL
FROM
No. in
Family
PRECINCT
H. S. SAUNDERS Maywood
Aug 1887
Fairbury, Ne, Ill
Curtis
Lillie M. SAUNDERS
"
1881
Aurora, Ne
Laird
R. C. MAGUIRE Stockville
Spring 1884
Gage Co.
Sherman
S. HAZEN Farman
Oct 1895
Champain Co. Ill
Russell
J. A. ADKISSON Farman
Dec 1883
Born here
Fairview
Mabel Rose ADKISSON
"
1892
Clay Co. KS
6
Horrell
Mary Wear HAZEN Farman
Feb 1898
Tobias, Ne
Horrell
H. W. NEIMAN Curtis
Nov 8, 1883
Wis.
Laws
Catherine NEIMAN Curtis
24 Nov 1887
Sherman Co.
2
Laws
J. F. HECKELMA.N Curtis
April 1892
Dawson Co.
Curtis
Emma HECKELMAN Curtis
April 1893
Sheldon, IL
2
Curtis
F. J. HOWELL Freedom
Spring 1885
Fillmore Co.
Harrison
H. E. PRESLER Orafino
10 Apr 1874
Glenelder, KS
Earl
Ida HATHAWAY Farnam
30 July 1895
Born here
Nellie LYNCH RILEY Stockville
29 July 1889
Born here
Sherman
Thomas HOFTON Stockbille
Mar 1884
Woodsfield, Ohio
Stockville
Leo O. ARNOLD Stockville
26 May 1894
Born here
North Star
Fred STEVENS Eustis
Mar 1884
Bentonsport, Ia
Plum Creek
H. O. FULLER Eustis
Fall 1883
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Earl
John DELATE Moorefie]il
Mar 1887
Kansas
5
Horrell
J. J. GUEN Moorefield
Aug 1886
Dawson Co.
Curtis
A.G. WILLIAMS Stockville
30 Nov 1892
Marshall Co. Iowa
Stockville
Mads LARSEN Curtis
Nov 1892
Nebr. City
4
Laws
Glenn CHADDERDON Cambridge
28 May 1892
b. in Frontier Co.
Garfield
W. J. ADKISSON Farman
Spring 1880
Butler Co.
2
Fairview
J. H. ALCORN Moorefield
Jan 1889
Kansas
6
Stockville
Emily E. HINTON Stockville
1890
Colorado
North Star
Mrs. Elma HINTON-PERKS
"
"
born in co.
Sherman
Martha CROOK REED Stockville
Dec 1888
Kansas
2
Stockville
Vernell REED LINDSAY
"
1894
born in co.
C. ROCHMORE Stockville
Spring 1884
Saline co.
Orafino
Carrie C. WEAR Farnarn
1878
Michigan
Orafino
Mrs. Omor KOHLER Stephens
Fall 1887
Austria
Zimmer
Henry C. CRONK Stockville
Aug 1884
Kansas
Stockville
Mrs. Clara HEATH Farnam
Sept 1885
Iowa
3
Moorefield
Clarence MINNICK Curtis
Apr 1884
Rep. City
Grant
Jos KORLER Stevens
Fall 1886
Fillmore Co.
Zimmer
E. S. CASE Curtis
1895
Syrause, NE
Stockville
Fred WHIPPLE Curtis
Mar 1893
Clay co.
Harrison
H. B. HICKS Farnam
Nov 1888
Sherman, Mich
Russell
A. STONER Moorefield
Mar 1890
Clay co.
Moorefield
Wm STEVENS Freedom
Jan 1886
Indiana
4
Knowles
D. C. BALLANTINE Curtis
Spring 1876
North Platte
Curtis
Edith SHEFFIELD Orafino
24 May 1892
born in co.
Logan
Fannie E. CHASE Curtis
1885
born in co.
S. N. WOOD Curtis
Sept 1889
Davis Co. MO.
Noorefield
J. A. MARSH Stockville
Mar 1886
Iowa
Stockville
Cora SHEFFIELD Orafino
1889
born in co.
Logan
Anna B. HICKWARE Kearney, Ne
Dec 1887
Liberty, NE
Stockville


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