Cloud County Kansas Queries

 



Queries July - Dec. 2001



Atchison, Barton, Baum, Bechtel, Bowlin, CAMPBELL, Crider, Desair, Dunn, Frye, Hale, Hill, Hillan, Hubbard, Hughes, Loomis, Lutz, Marcy, Miller, Morrison, Parish, Parsons, Potter, Potter, Robbins, Rockewell, Roll, Rudeman, Rudman, Rutan, Ruth, Scriven, Sherrill, SLUSHER, Smith, Stillwell, THOMAS, WEEKS, Wells, William, Woodworth, Young


Topic: James Frye and Ida Desair
From: Larry Desaire larrydesaire@lycos.com
Date: Saturday, December 29, 2001 09:30 AM

I am interested in learning about the parents of James Frye who had three children with Ida Desair in Cloud County Kansas in the late 1890s. She later moved to Rice Lake Wisconsin and married Exord Roberge and James Frye ended up being buried in a Poor Farm cemetery in Barron County Wisconsin.


Topic: William M. Ruth md. to Ida Elizabeth (Robbins)
From: Linda Rutth katmandox2@yahoo.com
Date: Wednesday, December 26, 2001 02:00 AM

Looking for information about William M. Ruth married to Ida Elizabeth (Robbins) They had 5 children. John, Ruby, James Russel,Dixie Lee, an infant son died young. Williams parents were Margot and Henry Ruth. Thank you for any information. Linda Ruth-Rogers.


Topic: Bert Atchison md. to Mary Edith Roll
From: RizerK@erinet.com
Date: Saturday, December 01, 2001 04:36 PM

I am looking for the complete dates for this couple. Bert Atchison, b. June 1877 in Iowa. The family is found in the 1900 Arion twp, Cloud Co., Kansas He married Mary Edith Roll but I still need that date. Mary Edith was the daughter of David G. Roll and Arthelia Buzzard. I do have her complete dates. She was born 14 Nov 1878 and died 19 Feb 1932. This couple is apparently buried at Elkhart Cemetery, Morton Co, Kansas. They had children: Raymond, Orphus, Lota, and another daughter. You may email me directly at RizerK@erinet.com SENT 1 Dec 2001


Topic: Miller Family
From: Sharon Fretz safretz@hotmail.com
Date: Wednesday, November 21, 2001 01:50 PM

I am trying to find more info on Eva Ann Miller who was born about 1885 in Miltonvale KS. Her parents were Allen Douglas Miller and Nancy Emmeline Poore. Does anyone have anymore info on this family? They moved to Indiana when Eva was about 2-3.
I would appreciate any help I can get.


Topic: Loomis,Sherrill, Hubbard, Woodworth
From: Joan Wylie Cooper twopine2@olemac.net
Date: Friday, November 09, 2001 10:01 AM

I would like information on the O.A.Loomis Drug Store which was in Miltonvale, Ks. in the 1880s. Also, any information on Loomis, Sherrill, Woodorth or Hubbard families of that area. Joan Wylie Cooper


Topic: Rutan/Young
From: Jody Zorsch jzorsch@infoave.net
Date: Sunday, October 21, 2001 06:04 PM

I'm searching the Joel Rutan family. They show up in the 1880 Cloud Co. census - Joel, wife Violetta children George, Frederick, Hattie & Jenni Also in the area are Nathan Young wife Ann & their family whom I believe to be Violetta's parents & siblings. Would like to confer with anyone knowing anything about these 2 families. Thanks


Topic: THOMAS, What Cemeteries are in (or near) Glasco,KS?
From: Sandra STOKLOSA steeler271@aol.com
Date: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 12:20 PM

Hello- I have recently found out my maternal GG-Grandfather is buried in Glasco,KS. He died June 8/1896. His name would read as John Calvin THOMAS -or- John Calvin THOMAS,Rev.-or- Calvin THOMAS.
I am needing information on the names of the cemeteries in or near Glasco...especially ones with graves dating 1896. Thank you.

From: Lori Halfhide halfhide@nckcn.com
Date: Tuesday, January 01, 2002 09:17 PM

Rev. J.C. Thomas died 6/8/1896 and was buried at Glasco City Cemetery. He was 68 years 10 months old (Cloud County Early Deaths Vol I). However I could not find him in the Cloud County Cemetery book for Glasco Cemetery, meaning he is probably buried in an unmarked grave. In the 1895 Census:
J.C. Thomas 66, household head, born NY
Sarah Thomas, 51, born NY
Orion Thomas, 19, born Iowa
Clara Thomas, 17, born Kansas
Sarah Thomas, 15, born Kansas
Mason Thomas, 13, born Kansas
Haley Thomas (M), 9, born Kansas

They lived in Solomon Township. CCED VI says that they lived north of Glasco.
Hope this helps out.
Lori Halfhide

From: Roxanna Hauschild hrkhaus5@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 12:42 PM

It might help you to contact the Cloud County Genealogical Society, in Concordia Kansas. They have published a great set of books, with all the county cemeteries.


Topic: Bechtel, Baum, Lutz and Crider Families
From: Martha Barr b4riddle@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2001 12:57 PM

I am looking for information on the family of Joseph and Magdalena Baum Bechtel and their daughters - Susannah Bechtel who married Elias Lutz and Mary Jane Bechtel who married John Crider and Catherine Bechtel who married Gillard Jackson Mercer. They lived in Concordia, Kansas. Magdalena Baum Bechtel is a sister to my husband's great great grandfather - Jacob Baum of Ashland, Ohio. Any information on this family would be appreciated


Topic: Henrietta Barton, burned to death aft. 1876
From: D. Roberts drob1787@yahoo.com
Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2001 12:20 AM

I am looking for information on my GG Grandmother, Henrietta (McMillian) Barton. She was married to Gilbert Marshall Barton and was living in Cloud Co., KS, when their son Claudius Barton was born on Sep 3, 1876. The only other information I have is that Henrietta Barton was killed when her house burned while Claudius was still young. I don't know if Claudius had any siblings or the exact date of death for Henrietta, only that she died in Cloud Co. Any information would be appreciated.


Topic: Brown, Charles William 1864 & Irene Belle Dunn
From: D. Foucht foucht@home.com
Date: Tuesday, September 11, 2001 09:17 PM

I am trying to find any information about the Brown family. Married Oct 1894 in Sulphur Springs, Cloud County, Kansas. They had 4 children, William Dudley Brown 1896, Ann Bella Brown 1898, Charles Edward Brown 1900, Earl Brown 1909. I believe his parents to be William Brown from Michigan. Any information would be appreciated.


Topic: Burial site of Peter Christensen Smith
From: Tresa Jones mjones1@galaxyispc.com
Date: Monday, August 27, 2001 08:55 PM

I am looking for the burial site of Peter Christensen Smith and his wife Karen P. (Sorensdatter) Smith. They both died in Clyde. He on September 18, 1890 and she on May 17, 1897. He was a member of the Lutheran Church but both funerals were held in the Baptist Church. Neither name is listed in the Cloud County cemetery books.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Tresa Jones


Topic: Hillan / Parish Family
From: Barbara Lance thelances@qwest.net
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2001 06:06 PM

John Hillan and Sophie Parish, both of Glasco, Cloud County, Kansas, Looking for birth dates, or any reference to fathers or mothers on marriage license. Married by Probate Judge, Chas. S. Wyeth,at Minneapolis, Ottawa County, Kansas, 12/22/86


Topic: CAMPBELL/WEEKS
From: LISA HOBBS lhobbs71@earthlink.net
Date: Wednesday, August 08, 2001 10:04 AM

I HAVE RECIEVED MY GREAT GRANDMOTHERS PURSE WHICH HAD LOTS OF OBITS . ONE OF THEM LIST A MRS.BELL CAMPBELL OF CONCORDIA,KANSAS AS THE SISTER OF JOHN WEEKS OF LOGAN COUNTY ,AR. IF THIS IS ANYONES BLOODLINE I WILL EMAIL A COPY OF THIS TO THEM. TRING TO FIGURE OUT HOW THIS FAMILY TIES IN WITH MY LEWIS/BALLINGER LINE. THANKS LISA HOBBS

From: Judy judylehman@aol.com
Date: Thursday, January 03, 2002 08:52 PM

I would be very interested in the Obituary. Belle Campbell was my great grandmother. She was born Belle Weeks. Belle married James W. Campbell. Their daughter was Louise Isabell Campbell who married James William Alexander. James Alexander was born in Warrensburg, Missouri he died in a railroad accident Dec. 26, 1919. He is buried in Concordia, Ks. There may still be descendants living in Concordia. My aunt Bertha (Alexander)King and her husband Elwin King lived and are buried in Concordia. They had 3 boys and2 girls. Two of the boys still live tin Concordia. Another name I remember is Fudge, however I think it is on the Alexander side.
I would like to see the obituary and share my information with you. My email address is judylehman@aol.com Please contact me. Judy


Topic: SLUSHER in Cloud County?
From: Ellen Buglewicz ellen.bugs@home.com
Date: Monday, July 23, 2001 09:55 AM

I received the following information from a generous individual, but have since lost the email address because of a computer problem. However, once I went to obtain copies of the original census, I could not find these people in the census index. Can anyone verify the information? Or does anyone know more about my Slushers? Thanks.
1870 CLOUD CO., KS Census
Eli W. Slusher 27, M, W, Farmer 400 400 Indiana _ _ _ _ X
William Slusher, 73, M, W, Farmer, 500 450 Kentucky XXXXX
Caroline Slusher, 56, F, W, Keeping house, NY,_ _ _ _ X


Topic: Hale, Hughes, Bowlin, Stillwell and Marcy
From: Roxanna Hauschild hrkhaus5@aol.com
Date: Sunday, July 22, 2001 09:33 PM

I am looking for any information concerning these families, they farmed outside of Jamestown, Scottsville, and Concordia, from the late 1800-to the present time.

From: Marjorie Moore marjorie@iowatelecom.net
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2001 05:17 PM

I am interested in Samuel G. Bowlin who died at the age of 33 in 1886 and is buried in the Jamestown Cemetery. Two children are also buried there but I don't know if he might have had more children. Is their any chance that he is tied to your Bowlins? I do not know his wife's name or how long she lived after his death.


Topic: Scriven, Wells, Morrison, Parsons, Rockewell Marriage record
From: Edward Scriven scriv@qwest.net
Date: Saturday, July 21, 2001 10:46 PM

Is there anyone who has access to the marriage records of Cloud County who could try to find a marriage for me? My grandfather was Charles Madison SCRIVEN. It is very possible he married his 2nd wife in Cloud County. The date would be sometime between 1902 and 1912. The bride's maiden name was Maggie WELLS, but she had been married at least 3 times before this marriage. Her name at the time of marriage should be MORRISON, but it could be PARSONS or ROCKEWELL. Thanks to anyone who can look for me.


Topic: Hill Families and/or Rudeman (Rudman)
From: Dona Hill dbledee@earthlink.net
Date: Monday, July 16, 2001 03:01 PM

Searching for any Rudeman relatives or Hill relatives. My grandmother Anna Barbara (Rudeman) Hill. My aunt, Beaulah Mae Hill, born Aug 8, 1902 at Concordia, KS. Other aunts were Lillian, Pearl, Ethyl, and twin William (to Lillian). Those births and dates not established.


Topic: Charles Andrew Potter
From: Lise' Ohlson johlson@email.msn.com
Date: Saturday, July 14, 2001 11:26 AM

Looking for ancestors of Charles Andrew POTTER (b. Nov. 9, 1888 in Jamestown, Cloud County, Kansas). Charles married Eva Lena Tuel on June 10, 1909 in Salem, Oregon. Charles died May 8, 1947 in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you so much!


Topic: Potter
From: Mary Clark clarkmcm@hotmail.com
Date: Tuesday, July 10, 2001 08:52 PM

Looking for confirmation of birth for a Clarence William Potter presumably born in Cloud County, Ks. in a town called Lawrenceberg around 1884. Parents may have been Clarence and Moriah(Maria) Potter. Family did not stay here very long but continued westward. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

From: Lise' Ohlson johlson@email.msn.com
Date: Saturday, July 14, 2001 11:34 AM

I am searching for Potter ancestors, also. My great-grandfather was Charles Andrew Potter (b. Nov. 9, 1888 in Jamestown). His parents were Benjamin William Potter and Felicia Ann McIntire. Any help you can provide will be appreciated. Thank you!
Lise' johlson@email.msn.com

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