|Allen County Kansas Queries|
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Queries Jan. - Mar. 1997
Baker, Barnard, Boatwright, Booth, Christy, Cox, Dobbins, Gibbons, Gress, Harris, Holman, Keller, King, Kipp, Landers, Livingston, Long, Lyttle, Mayer, Miller, Mosier, Oesterle, Peterson, Reynolds, Ross, Saye, Shatto, Shaw, Shigley, Shipley, Slagle, Tanner, Thompson, Yates, Young
email@example.com J. Richardson Wed Jan 1
I would like any information available for John Franklin KING (b. 1867
Iowa) married Susan Jeannette SLAGLE (b. 1867 Illinois) in Allen Co. or
Woodson Co. KS in 1886. Children include Lizzie J., Rose, Elsie
Charlotte, Clarence W., Leslie & Ethel Eva. They lived in Woodson
Co. near Humboldt (Allen Co.) in 1880. Later they lived in Humboldt. I
was born & raised in Humboldt.
These are my direct line ancestors. I have information to share.
firstname.lastname@example.org Roger Flagg Thu Jan 2
Looking for information on the family of Ed LONG.
They lived in Allen County Kansas 1880's. My grandfather
was Rog LONG. Born in Iola, Feb of 1880. Moved to
Grand Junction Colorado 1917.
Also family of Willian A SHIGLEY from Allan County Kansas.
Both of these Grandfathere served in the Civil War. SHIGLEY from Indiana
LONG from Kansas.
LANDERS, REYNOLDS, YOUNG
email@example.com Kathy Klobas Sat Jan 4
REYNOLDS, James Francis, b 1839, Indiana, m. Mary Ann YOUNG in Iola,
Allen Co. in 1865. Both died in Neosho Falls, Woodson Co.(1922 and 1927)
and are buried in Cedarvale Cem. I am interested in contacting
descendants of REYNOLDS/ YOUNG families. Mary Ann's parents were James
Riley YOUNG and Sarah LANDERS YOUNG, early settlers in Iola, Allen Co.
(Acc'd to her obit, he was 1st merchant in Iola.) I am also researching
the YOUNGs and LANDERS lines. Sarah's bros. Bartlet and Arthur LANDERS
were also early settlers in Allen Co. Would love to share info.
firstname.lastname@example.org Teresa Tue Jan 7
I am looking for an Aaron KIPP or the KIPP family in Allen County
probably in the early 1900's. The family is thought to have come]
from Germany. He had a son
named Aaron also who married Alvina
PETERSON (she may be Norwegian), her family is from Minnesota. If
any one can help, it would be much appreciated. Thanks.
Shepherd11@aol.com Mary Clarkson Buchholz
Thu Jan 9 15:08:43 1997
I am searching for a ggreatfather Samuel TANNER, who in his will lists
property in Allan Co., KS and his son Frank TANNER, who is buried
somewhere near Iola, KY with his wife and young daughter. I would
like any help or advice of where to look. I have written to the
courthouse but they did not find any trace of them. Thanks Mary in SD
Hoser131@aol.com Lisa Grove Sat Feb 22
I'm looking for information on William SHIPLEY, my great-grandfather. He
listed Allen County as his place of birth in 1885-1886. William was
married to a Louise SAYE who had moved to Kansas from France when she was
4 yrs. of age, around 1885. And in 1911, they had Frank William SHIPLEY,
born in Washington Township, which I believe is Crawford County. Any help
with my search would be greatly appreciated!
KCoones@aol.com Judy Coones Sun Feb 23
Looking for information on George Hilton HARRIS, born in Hampshire
England. Immagrated to Allen County, KS in late 1870's. Married
and had 5 children, Alice, Mary, Clara, Nellie and Thomas Hilton.
Interested in any information on the family.
email@example.com Donald D. DERR Sun Mar
2 17:46:06 1997
Need marriage information on my Grandfather Elseworth Elmer SHATTO and
first wife, Martha Elizabeth "Mattie" BOOTH. They had a
daughter Dora Bell SHATTO b. 3 july 1883 probably in either Allen or
Bourbon Co., KS. What happened to Dora Bell? Her brother Clarence C.
SHATTO was my mothers half brother that she never knew. Any information
on this family would be appreciated.
firstname.lastname@example.org pam terry Sun Feb 16
I am looking for information on John G. MAYER and his wife Christine D.
OESTERLE who immigrated from Germany to Kansas in the 1880's. I am a
decendant of their son Ernst C. MAYER. They lived in Crawford Co. and
Allen Co. Would appreciate anyone researching them to contact me.
BOATWRIGHT, HOLMAN, MOSIER, ROSS
email@example.com Frankllin L Ross Mon
Feb 3 11:28:34 1997
Allen County records of ROSS and/or HOLMAN families from 1800 to present.
My father Marvin J. RROSS (Sept 1918 - ) born Allen County to Sophia
Carter MOSIER ROSS (April 9,1882 - 1950) and Joseph ROSS (June 20,1886 -
1949)(buried in Iola) Joseph's father Silas ROSS, mother Hulda HOLMAN
ROSS. Hulda died 1935 in state hospital Ossawattamee, Silas died around
1895 unknown, maybe Iola, Gas, Xenia? Desire parents names, family of
Hulda, and Silas ROSS (probable connection to Edmund ROSS) Silas &
Hulda (possibly Hilda?) had one other son, Oscar Galen ROSS 1891?-1979?,
married Gladys BOATWRIGHT, had sons Russel and Carey. Don't know much
about HOLMAN family. Thank you for all your help.
CHRISTY, DOBBINS, GRESS, KELLER, LIVINGSTON, MILLER, SHAW
firstname.lastname@example.org Barbara Remmel Sat Feb
8 08:21:15 1997
LIVINGSTON/CHRISTY I am seeking information about the LIVINGSTON or
CHRISTY families in Allen or Doniphan Counties. William R. LIVINGSTON
(b. 20 Dec 1856 in Renelsburg(?) OH) and Lois B. KELLER or MILLER? (b. 23
Mar 1859 in Boyd County, KY) who lived in Flo
rence and probably Iola.
Their daughter, Nellie Lillus, was included in a census record in Iola
that listed her as being adopted in 1898, family name CHRISTY. Wichita
death notices indicate they had a second daughter, Edna May. William
also was married to Nettie SHAW with whom he had three children--Guy,
Maude & Ivy. William's siblings included Jennie (GRESS), Mary
(DOBBINS), Robert, Elliott & J.T.
email@example.com Tom Powell Sun Feb 9
I am searching information on the surname BARNARD. Numerous Barnards
buried in Dewitt Cemetery in Allen County, Kansas. Migrated from
Michigan in 1879. From New Hampshire in 1861. Originated in Germany.
contact Tom Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Fax 620-365-2485, voice 316-
email@example.com joyce 'burgoon'
carroll Sun Mar 9 10:27:34 1997
Can you please help me to find infornation on my Grandpa? His name was
Arthur Lee THOMPSON and he died when my Mom was about 5 years old. He
might have been married in Iola, Kansas. He married my Grandma Selena
'Lena' May GIBBONS. My Mom was born in Humbolt Kansas 'Allen County',
July 1, 1920. He might have been born about 1894. Believed to be buried
in Iola, Kansas. Thanks a lot for any help. Joyce 'Burgoon' Carroll,
firstname.lastname@example.org John M. Baker Sun Mar 9
BAKER - seeking inf on the following BAKER 's:
W. W. (William?) (Iola(?), Allen County, Kansas) suspected in Allen
County around 1860-1870;
Charles (Parker, Linn County, Kansas) b1878 d1965;
Roy William (Osawatomie, Miami County, Kansas) b1910, d abt1963
email@example.com Roy Fri Mar 28
Looking for information about Abner COX. He lived near Humboldt,
Allen, KS or Chanute, Allen, KS in the time frame 1927 to 1939.
My parents said he was a farmer, or worked for a farmer in that
area. I would like to know when and where he died and where he
is buried. I am thankful for any contacts.
SunshineOK@aol.com Norma Yates Mon Mar 31
YATES-GRAHAM/BARNES-JENKINS FAMILIES: I am looking for information
concerning the YATES family who lived in Allen County, Kansas, before
moving to the Peru (Chautauqua Co.) area. The primary individuals I am
looking for in my husband's line are: John Thomas YATES md. Nancy Etta
Unknown. They are both buried with other family members in the ElCado
Cemetery near Peru. John Thomas YATES' father is said to have been Elija
YATES. I can find no information on Elija. If you can help me find
others who are researching this family, I will certainly share what I
have with them.
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