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Queries July - December 2002


Akins, Anthony, Ayers, Ayres, Bain, Burcham, Burger, Carrell, Comstock, Coryell, Creamer, Davis, Ellis, Farming, Foxwell, Hutton, Ingraham, Johnson, Logan, Luther, Makings, Miller, Milner, Moyer, Orton, Pellett, Reasoner, Scott, Sivey, Stewart, Tippie, Tracy, Vansickle, Vieux (2) (3), Webb, White, Williamson, Wilson


Topic: Looking for information on the Sivey family
From: Laura Civey lcivey1@juno.com
Date: Sunday, December 22, 2002 09:24 AM

Descendants of Absalom Grant Sivey

Generation No. 1

1. Absalom Grant2 Sivey (Mathias1) was born October 22, 1826 in OH., and died January 16, 1892 in probably Ft. Scott,Bourbon Co.,KS.. He married Mary Elizabeth Gritton September 10, 1843 in Vermilion Co.,IL., daughter of Milo Gritton and Mary Simms. She was born 1826 in KY., and died March 12, 1892 in probably Ft. Scott,Bourbon Co.,KS..

Children of Absalom Sivey and Mary Gritton are:
2 i. Nancy Jane3 Sivey, born February 14, 1846 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL..
3 ii. William Henry Sivey, born October 07, 1846 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL.; died February 09, 1897.
4 iii. Mary A. Sivey, born 1848 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL..
5 iv. Hannah M. Sivey, born January 03, 1850 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL.; died April 23, 1923 in Fort Scott,Bourbon Co.,KS.. She married Russell B. Wells September 12, 1867 in Vermilion Co.,IL.; born January 10, 1837 in OH..
+ 6 v. Lemuel P. Sivey, born October 1855 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL.; died May 05, 1912 in probably Ft. Scott,Bourbon Co.,KS..
7 vi. James H. Sivey, born 1856 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL..
8 vii. John R. Sivey, born Abt. 1862; died Bef. 1880.
9 viii. Charles M. Sivey, born 1862 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL..
10 ix. Rosen C. Sivey, born December 24, 1862 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL.; died February 15, 1928.
11 x. Joseph M. Sivey, born 1863 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL.; died November 03, 1917.
12 xi. Absalom R. Sivey, born 1867 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL..
13 xii. Laura E. Sivey, born 1868 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL..
14 xiii. Ada Sonora Sivey, born July 11, 1869 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL.; died January 18, 1947. She married Benjamin Wiggans April 1885 in Bourbon Co.,KS..

Generation No. 2 ( Lemuel Sivey is listed on 1880 Bourbon Co., KS. census from 1st Ward in Ft. Scott, KS.)

6. Lemuel P.3 Sivey (Absalom Grant2, Mathias1) was born October 1855 in Danville,Vermilion Co.,IL., and died May 05, 1912 in probably Ft. Scott,Bourbon Co.,KS.. He married Emma Williams Abt. 1878, daughter of // Williams and //. She was born December 1862 in IN., and died April 11, 1935 in Kansas City,Wyandotte Co.,KS..

Children of Lemuel Sivey and Emma Williams are:
15 i. Cora May4 Civey, born 1879 in Fort Scott,Bourbon Co.,KS.; died in Kansas City,Wyandotte Co.,KS.?. She married John A. Millikan October 03, 1900 in Montgomery Co.,MO.; born October 07, 1848 in Jefferson Co.,TN.; died May 23, 1920 in New Florence,Montgomery Co.,MO..
16 ii. Arthur Sylvester Civey, born June 04, 1880 in Bethany,KS.; died January 06, 1967 in Warrenton,Warren Co.,MO.. He married Mamie Myrtle Calvin May 10, 1898 in Bethany,KS.; born January 18, 1882 in Bethany,KS.; died October 08, 1962 in New Florence,Montgomery Co.,MO..
17 iii. Florence Maude Civey, born February 1882 in KS.. She married Fred F. McGovern 1900; born June 1879 in KS..

Would like to exchange info with anyone who knows anything about the Sivey family.
Thanks,
Laura Stewart Civey
2201 Lakeside Dr.
Leesburg, FL. 34788


Topic: moyer family
From: susan anderson itbeeemee@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, December 17, 2002 07:58 PM

I would like to hear from anyone currently interested in the MOYER/ WILCOX family. They lived in Bourbon County Ks and later some moved to Cowley and Linn Co. I am just a beginner but I have some information to share as well.

susan


Topic: who is john akins from ft scott 1898?
From: tina sipes jtspies@frontiernet.net
Date: Monday, December 16, 2002 01:45 PM

my grandfather was born in ft.scott in 1898. his moms name was nettie and his dads name was john akins. does anyone know anything about his father? i'm looking for my heritage.


Topic: Family Of William Tracy
From: Gladys Turman famres31@aol.com
Date: Sunday, December 01, 2002 08:41 PM

Needing information on William Tracy, who was to
have been living in Ft.Scott, Kansas in 1910, when
his son George E Tracy was born. William also had son
William, called "Bill Tracy" Any data would be appreciated.
Gladys Turman, famres31@aol.com


Topic: James A WHITE descendants..seeking
From: Janet Nelson tanelson1@juno.com
Date: Saturday, November 30, 2002 09:02 AM

WHITE/CHASE/BEAN/PHILLIPS/T__EWELL: My great grandfather James A WHITE married second, Mattie BECKER. They had eight children. When James died in 1917 at Fort Scott, his obituary listed his married daughters only by their spouses' names, so I do not know who married whom. Therefore, am seeking any descendants of the following: Carl CHASE of Joplin Mo in 1917 (I found a Carl Frederick CHASE buried 1946 in Cherokee City Crawford Co KS cemetery listing.); AC BEAN of Ottawa KS in 1917; Robert PHILLIPS of Cherokee KS in 1917; The youngest daughter, Catherine WHITE married Gene Allen TEWELL after 1917 who was a school principal in Mulberry KS at time of wedding, but moving to Caney KS as principal the next year. Unfortunately the wedding clipping was not dated. Do not know where or when James' wife, Mattie, died. She was living in Bourbon County when Catherine married.


Topic: Basil Hutton
From: sherry ford shefordhome@aol.com
Date: Monday, November 25, 2002 08:02 PM

Basil and Lucinda Tyler Hutton were in Bourbon County during the early civil war period. He was with the 4th Infantry volunteers. I believe he may have died and been buried in Bourbon county. Lucinda went back to Indiana. Basil's sister, Lucy Hutton, mrd Joseph Tyler and it is believed they are buried in Lincoln county. My gggrandfather, Issac Hutton, lived in Chatauqua county and the other brother, Joseph Hutton, lived in Elk county. The Huttons were all b. Ohio. The Tylers were b. Indiana I would like to exchange information with anyone connected to these families. Thanks. Sherry Hutton Ford shefordhome@aol.com


Topic: Farming
From: david hug davey@lightspeed.net
Date: Monday, November 18, 2002 12:25 PM

Would someone please tell me what a man would likely be doing on his farm in or near Xenia, Bourbon Co. on September 1, 1863? Thank you ever so much,

Dave Hug
davey@lightspeed.net


Topic: Creamer,Reasoner,and Comstock Family History
From: Robert Creamer robcreamer@yahoo.com
Date: Sunday, October 27, 2002 01:24 AM

I am looking for information and old photos of these families to add to my webpage that I am building about the Creamer side of my family my homepage is located at
http://www.geocities.com/one03pt5/creamer_fam/creamerfam_page1.html so if you think you are related get in touch.


Topic: Ingraham,Bain
From: Taleah Wilkinson taleahw@softhome.net
Date: Sunday, October 06, 2002 12:38 AM

I am looking for information on Charles P. Ingraham Jr. and his wife Cornelia Bain Ingraham, I believe that the family was in Bourbon County, Kansas in abt. 1875 as their grandson Fredrick M. Ingraham was according to his obit., born near Ft. Scott, Kansas. His mother C. Margaret Ingraham b. Mar.1859 was not married at the time of his birth and the only name that was given for his father was the last name of Cravens. His mother had 8 siblings Charles E. b. 1865 in Ill., Clarence C. b. 1866, the others we do not have the names for. The family left Ill., we believe about 1872 and headed to Fort Scott, (Bourbon County) were Fred was born and then in sometime after 1880 the family then moved on to Dade County, Mo. which is about 65 miles from Ft. Scott. As Margaret married George W. Palmer in July of 1883, sometime after 1884 they moved back to Kansas as as the 1900 Census shows them to be in Kingman, Ks., with the oldest son Israel born 1884 in Mo. and the second Earl born in Ks. Charles E. is found in the 1900 Jasper County Census with his wife who was from Ks. and Charles Jr., Cornelia and Clarence in the 1900 Dade County, Census, don't know how long for sure the family was in Bourbon County, but the first record of them being in Dade County is the marriage of Margaret to George Palmer.


Topic: VANSICKLE
From: Linda Lang fluffie@worldnet.att.net
Date: Tuesday, September 24, 2002 09:41 PM

Seeking info. on Augustus Harris VANSICKLE and family
He was in Bourbon County 1890
any help with proof of his or his sons Thomas & or George being there would be a great help!!!

From: Rowena Marten r55fm@wmconnect.com
Date: Sunday, March 09, 2003 01:10 AM

There are listed in the "Footprints of Bourbon County Families" book, a: JOHN VAN SICKLE & MARTHA STEVENSON; THOMAS JEFFERSON "T. J." VAN SICKLE; and a VINCENT VAN SICKLE. Do any of these sound familiar? John Van Sickle, was born: 25 Dec 1829 in Illinois, and his parents are unknown. Martha Ann Stevenson was born: 3 Sep 1838 at Xenia, Greene, Ohio. Her parents were: SAMUEL STEVENSON & ELIZABETH SEE. John & Martha were married: 4 Jul 1858 in Bourbon County, Kansas. They were parents of three children, all of whom died quite young. John, along with his father-in-law, staked out an 80 acre claim next to each other in Franklin Twp., Bourbon, Kansas. They staked out the southwest corner of their claim, laid out a town site, and it became the town of Xenia (never incorporated), in Bourbon County, Kansas. They opened their first store in Xenia, and some of their first customers were Indians who traded their blankets, beads, and trinkets for food and supplied. When the post office was established, John became the first postmaster. John joined the Union Army at the outbreak of the Civil War, and was made "captain". While home on leave, he joined a posse that went after horse thieves near Mapleton (Bourbon County). Since he was an Officer, he was told to take the lead, and was killed with the first shot fired. He died: June 10, 1863, and was buried beside his father-in-law in the "Stevenson Cemetery".
Martha remarried on: June 1, 1865 to JOSEPH R. SMITH. To them were born 5 children. Hope this may help you.
Rowena Marten


Topic: Josiah Stewart's parents?
From: Danny Hitchcock sigithal@yahoo.com
Date: Saturday, September 21, 2002 04:25 PM

Siblings JOHN, JOSIAH, & SARAH STEWART were allegedly born in South Carolina ca. 1797-1810, and married siblings from the LONG family in Tennessee [Greene Co.?]. JOHN married ELIZABETH LONG, JOSIAH married SARAH LONG, and SARAH married GEORGE LONG. The parents of the LONG kids were WILLIAM OTHO LONG and RUTHY GRAHAM. The three STEWART/LONG families migrated through Tennessee, into Illinois, possibly down through Kentucky, and ended up...for awhile...in Miller and Green Counties in Missouri. ELIZABETH died in Miller County fairly soon after having son WILLIAM STEWART, JOHN remarried and died soon after, and the families migrated to Kansas. JOSIAH's clan ended up around Ft. Scott in Bourbon County, KS, and JOHN's family ultimately landed in Montgomery County, KS. JOSIAH was born 8 January 1808 and died in Bourbon County. 27 July 1889. WILLIAM STEWART, who married REBECCA JANE EUBANK SMITH in Miller County, MO, is my gr-gr-grandfather. SO! The question is: Does anyone have a clue who the parents of JOHN, JOSIAH, and SARAH STEWART were?


Topic: Robert A. Makings
From: Clifford Oliver leatherneckco@netscape.net
Date: Saturday, September 14, 2002 06:51 PM

I would appreciate any help finding information about a Robert A. Makings. He was living in Bourbon Co., KS (Freedom Twp.)when the 1900 US census was taken. Robert was born in Illinois abt. 1875-77. I believe his mother is Ida (Mary Bates) Makings. They were living in Bates Co., MO. in 1880. Thank you. Cliff Oliver


Topic: Delbert Clark Johnson and Katy Beulah Wilson
From: Kevin Johnson kevin_alaska@hotmail.com
Date: Friday, September 13, 2002 06:22 PM

I would like any information I can find on my ancestors. These are my great-grandfather and great-grandmother. They were married in March 30, 1913 in Fort Scott. Delbert was born in Independance in December 18, 1880 and died April 11, 1970. Katy was born August 6, 1889 in Garnet and died April 21, 1967.

I will be sending off for thier birth and death certificates and contacting known relatives. But I would like any other information fellow genealogists have.

thx


Topic: Ony Ray Carrell
From: David Carrell dcarrell@dls.net
Date: Thursday, September 05, 2002 02:09 AM

Looking for any information on my Great Grandfather Ony Ray Carrell. He was from the Ft. Scott area and had sons of the following names Virgil Ray Carrell (Grandfather), Vern, Bob (Robert ?), Tommy (Thomas ?) Virgil Ray then had 2 sons Thomas Ray Carrell (My Father) and James Michael Carrell. I believe my father was also born in Ft. Scott.

Thanks for any assistance given

David R. Carrell


Topic: George Burger and Nancy Ellis
From: Keith Winkelman gkwink@pacbell.net
Date: Tuesday, September 03, 2002 11:37 PM

Looking for marriage records and or census records for my gg grandfather George Burger and his wife Nancy Cornelia Ellis. They were married in Bourbon Co., KS on Sep 2, 1863, and I believe George lived there when the 1860 census was taken as well.

Keith Winkelman
gkwink@pacbell.net


Topic: Tippie / Orton
From: Deborah Bench dbench@attbi.com
Date: Saturday, August 31, 2002 07:36 PM

Searching for grave sites of Roxey (Orton) Miller Williams Tippie, Olive (Orton) Tippie Myers Jordan, and their mother Harriet (Hall) Orton.

Roxey was the 3rd wife of Lord Mortimer Tippie. She is not buried with him in Dayton Cemetery, nor in Mapleton Cemetery with her daughter Olive Isadora (Tippie) Spielman.
Children from 1st marriage to Jacob Miller: Jacob, Harriet, Margaret, Lucretia (Miller) Whitt.

Roxey's sister Olive married Mortimer's brother Orrin (he died 1863 at Vicksburg). Their children were: Anson, Wesley, William, Rosantha, Orrin Ellsworth. Olive married John Myers and William Jordan in Bourbon Co. They primarily lived in Stanton Twp, Linn Co.

Any information would be appreciated ... thanks!


Topic: DAVIS, Mary Ellen
From: Frank Williamson mewill5@msn.com
Date: Thursday, August 29, 2002 08:50 PM

I am looking for any info. on Mary Ellen Davis b.Abt.1860 in Xenia. She married Eleasar Williamson b.Abt.1855 in Xenia. They had a son,Walter Eugene Williamson b.Jan.19,1875 in Xenia. d.Aug.17,1914 in Mano,Barry,Mo. any help would be greatly appreciated.


Topic: WILLIAMSON,Eleasar,&Walter
From: Frank Williamson mewill5@msn.com
Date: Thursday, August 29, 2002 08:44 PM

I am looking for any info. on Eleasar Williamson b.Abt.1855 in Xenia. He married Mary Ellen Davis b.Abt.1860 in Xenia. They had a son, Walter Eugene Williamson b.Jan.19,1875 in Xenia, d.Aug.17,1914 in Mano,Barry,Mo. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Topic: Barnesville Cemetery - VIEUX
From: Mary Graff graffiti@ysa.attmil.ne.jp
Date: Friday, August 23, 2002 07:48 AM

I'm searching for a photo of Barnesville Cemetery. I am also trying to locate a photo of Fred Vieux's gravestone (1885 - 1967) in Barnesville Cemetery.

Thank you,

Mary


Topic: Ayres/Ayers Family
From: Gary Ayres garyayres@centurytel.net
Date: Thursday, August 22, 2002 02:17 PM

Searching for ANY info for John Ayres and wife Martha Jane Perrine Ayres. They lived in MO and Bourbon Co., KS before the WBTS. John married a 2nd time to a Craig Widow. She had 3 children previously and they had one child together. Any help appreciated. Gary Ayres


Topic: Logans in Fort Scott
From: Vida Tattrie vireo@mackbc.com
Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2002 01:27 PM

I have an entry in my grandmothers autograph book from her cousin, Wilbur Logan. He shows his address as Fort Scott. It was dated April 17, 1884. I would love to find out anything about his family.


Topic: Albert Newton Burcham
From: Shari Cline s30@swbell.net
Date: Friday, August 23, 2002 11:38 PM
Originally Posted 8-Aug-2002 00:10

I am trying to locate any information on Albert Newton Burcham. His death certificate states that he was born in Fort Scott, Kansas on 1 June 1886. He died on 9 Feb. 1964. He was married to Stella Lauderdale. Thank you.
s30@swbell.net


Topic: VIEUX
From: Mary Graff graffiti@ysa.attmil.ne.jp
Date: Saturday, August 03, 2002 06:43 PM

I'm searching for copies of obituaries for:

Peter Vieux November 07, 1842 - June 07, 1921
Leanna (Prichard) Vieux September 24, 1857 - August 23, 1933

They both died near Fulton, Bourbon County and are buried in the Barnesville Cemetery.

Thank you. Mary


Topic: VIEUX - WEBB
From: Mary Graff graffiti@ysa.attmil.ne.jp
Date: Friday, August 02, 2002 11:16 PM

I'm searching for the burial location and death date of Nancy Lugenia Vieux (Webb). She was born September 18, 1848 in Missouri and died in 1880 in Kansas. According to the 1880 census, her husband and son, Louis and Willis, were living with Louis' brother, Peter Vieux, in Bourbon County at the time.

Thanks, Mary
graffiti@nia.attmil.ne.jp


Topic: CORYELL
From: JACK COX res08eu1@verizon.net
Date: Saturday, July 27, 2002 07:32 PM

I'm seeking the family of Esther Mary or Mary Esther Coryell.
She was born about 1880. Her father was born in N.Y. Her mother was born in Ky. She married a James A. Haverly. Any information would be greatly appreciated.


Topic: Foxwell's in Bronson 1870
From: Cathy Larkins clar780335@aol.com
Date: Thursday, July 25, 2002 08:31 PM

I am searching for information on William Harris Foxwell and his wife Elizabeth Chalmers Foxwell. William died 20 mar 1879 in Bronson. His pension papers say she lived in Ft. Scott after his death. I think they may be in the 1870 census for Bronson. I would like to know if William is buried in Bronson. I thank you for any help you can send my way. Sincerely, Cathy CLar780335@aol.com


Topic: Miller/Milner 1880 Census Timber Hill, Bourbon Co
From: Mary K. George dpmk@ccwave.net
Date: Saturday, July 13, 2002 07:28 PM

I am seeking information on Phobe (Milner) Miller age 48 b OH and her husband George W. Miller age 49 b OH that is on the 1880 Census for Bourbon Co., KS. Their children:
Mary D. age 23; Lewis F. age 19; Permelia J. age 18; Luana age 14; and Jesse M. age 9.

Phobe Milner and George W. Miller were married in 1855 probably Clinton Co., IN. Phobe was a school teacher.

Thank you, Mary K. George dpmk@ccwave.net


Topic: Mary Almina Luther Anthony
From: Phyllis C Stehm pstehm@houston.rr.com
Date: Tuesday, July 09, 2002 04:13 PM

Seeking info on burial location of Mary Almina Luther Anthony who died April 15, 1915. She lived her entire married life in Fort Scott,Bourbon Co., Kansas. She was the wife of Jacob Merritt Anthony, brother of famed suffragette, Susan B. Anthony. Death date obtained from Widow's Civil War Pension file and indicated that info was provided to Pension Office in Kansas.


Topic: Pellett and Scott families
From: Dorrine Koch djkoch2@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, July 02, 2002 10:03 PM

I am connected to both Pelletts and Scotts. born in Bourbon Co. Lincoln Pellett my mothers father and grandma was Clara Belle Scott. Interested in anyone connected to these families. Djkoch2@aol.com

From: Rowena Marten r55fm@wmconnect.com
Date: Sunday, March 09, 2003 12:56 AM

Gee, you must be related to Lincoln "Link" Pellett? LOL.
Yes, I have quite a lot of information on the Pellett line, so if you'd like to email me, we can hopefully help each other. Thank you. Rowena Marten

 


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