Cloud County Kansas Queries

 



Queries 2002



Adams, BAILEY, BEASLEY, Bechard, Birch, Bowersox, Boyer, Brinkman, BURK, BURNS, Bush, CAMPBELL, Carlson, CAROUTHERS, Chaloupecky, Charest, Charet, Charette, CHARTIER, Chauret, Chaurette, CLARK, Cline, Collette, Dickson, dungan, Farmer, FLEMING, FOWLER, Frazer, Gaultier, Gauthier, Gautier, Gorham, Gorum, Halepaska, Heer, Hoover, Hughes, KENDALL, KENYON, Kiser, Law, McArthur, McGlaughlin, Moore, Morrissette, Mount Hope Cemetery, MYER, Parratt, Perry, Phippeny, PITTS, Powell, Regnier Regnier, ROBBINS, Roberts, Roberts, RUTH, SIMPSON, Spence, Stackhouse, Tatro, Tetreau, Tetreault, Thompson, Whitebread, windecker


Topic: Hughes in Concordia, Kansas
From: Kathy Miklovich kinsale33@hotmail.com
Date: Sunday, December 29, 2002 05:18 PM

I am trying to locate Thomas Clarkson HUGHES and his wife Elizabeth E. WILSON who lived in Concordia at the time of the 1910 census. Thomas was a druggist and was born in 1854. They probably did not have any children. Does anyone know when they died and where they are buried?

Kathy Sadler Miklovich


Topic: William Wallace Bush and Lydia Phippeny
From: Denise Waterworth mdwaterworth@yahoo.com
Date: Thursday, December 19, 2002 07:56 PM

I am looking to connect and exchange information with anyone who knows anything about the BUSH?PHIPPENY family. William Wallace Bush brought his bride Lydia Phippeny to Cloud County Kansas soon after their marriage in 1869. (They were here for the 1870 Territorial Census.) They lived here for almost 10 years until just before 1880 when they moved to Osborne County Kansas. 6 of their children were born in Cloud county and at least 1 son died while they lived here.


Topic: Frazer
From: Shawn Gibbs neophytesg@aol.com
Date: Monday, December 16, 2002 03:38 AM

Greetings from rainy Portland, Oregon!
I'm working on a very stunted branch of my family tree. Specifically (numbers denote generation of descendancy):
1. [H.H.?] FRAZER (b.Abt 1820/1830 [1822?]-Indiana) sp: unknown FRAZER (b.Abt 1820/1830-VA) 2. W.S. FRAZER (b.1850-Missouri) sp: Christina (b.1852-Switzerland [Missouri?]) 3. Winfield FRAZER (b.10 Jul 1873-Aurora,Cloud,Kansas;d.9 Sep 1954-Tucson,AZ) sp: Linnie WHEELER (b.4 Jul 1876-Missouri;d.22 Jul 1958-Tucson,AZ) 4. Roxie FRAZER (b.15 Jul 1895;d.Jun 1972) 4. Jacob Henry [Jack] FRAZER (b.1 Feb 1898-Aurora,Cloud,Kansas;d.27 Nov 1981-Grants Pass,Josephine,Oregon) sp: Edna AUFRANC (b.23 Mar 1905-Salem,Oregon;d.28 Apr 1999-Grants Pass,Josephine,Oregon) 4. Clara FRAZER (b.9 Oct 1903) 4. Fred FRAZER (b.12 Jul 1909) 3. Christina FRAZER (b.Abt 1875-Kansas) 3. Emma Caroline FRAZER (b.Abt 1878-Kansas) sp: Hosea Gilbert MOYER (b.22 Sep 1876-Aurora,Cloud,Ks;d.4 Sep 1941-Aurora,Cloud,Ks)
On the KSGenWeb I found two Frazer references in a transcription of E.F. Hollibaugh's Biographical History of Cloud County, Kansas. For H.H. Frazer:
"In 1875 H.H. Frazer, came into the settlement and bought the M.M. Turner claim on section thirty-five for fifty dollars. There was a stone hut and ten acres of breaking on the homestead. ... Others of the old settlers dropped out and were replaced by new ones until in 1877 the township was quite well settled. In the spring of this year Joe Osborne purchased one-half section of H.H. Frazer's farm of one hundred and sixty acres, for which he paid one thousand dollars, built a store and opened a small stock of general merchandise. This was the first store in the township."
For W.S. Frazer:
"Mr. Durkee says he finds by counting noses the population of Aurora early in the year 1892 were even two hundred inhabitants, a large majority of whom are a healthy, hearty and happy people. Of the first fifty homestead settlers of Aurora township only about one dozen remain, namely: F.A. Thompson, J.B. Springsted, who was said to be one of the best prairie fire fighters, of the day; Lewis Letourneau, the land Croesus of the township, owning twelve hundred acres; Joe Dugas, once a noted politician; Andy Ming, the second largest land owner; Thomas Clegg, one of the staunchest Democrats in the county; J.H. Springsted, W.S. Frazer, W.M. Durkee, Charlie and Frank Letourneau and Henry Demars."
Any links to any of these people would be greatly appreciated!
Warm Regards,
Shawn Gibbs [Great Grandson of Winfield Frazer]


Topic: Morrissette's in Kansas
From: Rick Morrissette ricknlissy@aol.com
Date: Monday, December 02, 2002 11:12 AM

I am looking to get in touch with anyone related to either joseph Morrissette Sr. or Adlor Morrissette.


Topic: FLEMING ca1880
From: John Hughes hughes5@hdo.net
Date: Monday, November 25, 2002 02:47 AM

21 November 2002
Seeking information on FLEMING's of Cloud & Coffey Counties, Kansas.
Ella Mellissa FLEMING was born 1874, probably Kansas.
She had Pansy born 1893 Kansas and Oscar Franklin FLEMING born 1896 Concordia, Cloud County, Kansas. Their father was Walter FLEMING.
{Does anyone have a marriage record for Ella FLEMING and Walter FLEMING?}
Ella's parents were Franklin FLEMING and Lydia TRYON. Franklin was born 1843 West Virginia and died 1909. He is buried in Morrison Cemetery (Macyville).
Likely siblings for Ella are Mahala born 1878, George born 1881, and an unnamed infant born abt 1883. All three are buried in Morrison Cemetery.
Any information on FLEMING's is appreciated.
John


Topic: Carlson / Sweden
From: daniel mccarthy selffamltr@aol.com
Date: Monday, November 18, 2002 03:44 PM

We seek the descendants of Malvina "Mina" Larson Carlson and younger brother Edwin Larson. Malvina Larson was born 18 October 1862, and married Albert Carlsson in Kansas City. Prior to 1918 Malvina Larson Carlson lived in Kansas City, but in her last letter home to Sweden in 1947, she lived in Concordia, Kansas. We of course are also seeking out information on Edwin Larson who remained in Kansas City.
I am doing this preliminary ground work for the wife of my penpal of 44+ years who lives in Sweden.
Daniel McCarthy
106 Northside Drive
Calhoun, GA., 30701
dcmccarthy@aol.com


Topic: KENDALL, Michael
From: Tom Kendall fflat@worldnet.att.net
Date: Sunday, November 17, 2002 01:40 PM

Michael Kendall was living in Cloud County in 1880. He was born in Virginia abt 1802. Wife's name was Sarah A., born in Ohio abt 1831. Michael had brothers Isaac, George W. and possibly Jacob. I am seeking ANY information on family & descendants of Michael Kendall. Michael's death date would be especially appreciated. Thank you! fflat@worldnet.att.net


Topic: ARGIE CLARK CAMPBELL
From: Billie Root william@wtciweb.com
Date: Friday, November 15, 2002 06:56 PM

I AM LOOKING FOR THE PARENTS OF ARGIE CLARK CAMPBELL, TWIN TO ARTHUR H. BORN IN ILLINOIS ON JAN. 19, 1871. MARRIED NANCY MATOMA MCCULLAN FROM KANSAS. BILLIE ROOT


Topic: Alton Adams
From: Dennis Rockow dgr@ncweb.com
Date: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 11:22 AM

I am seeking information and descendants of Alton ADAMS b13Jan1846 Trumbull Cty Ohio. He appears on the census for Brown township Cloud County in 1900. He was in Ohio for the 1880 Census but it appears that he may have lived in KS previous to that as the 1880 Census lists his dau Zoe as being born in KS. Zoe is his youngest child with his first wife Catherine who it died in 1878. He remarried and returned to KS sometime after the 1880 census


Topic: Halepaska Chaloupecky naturalization Papers
From: Douglas Halepaska josef46@cox-internet.com
Date: Thursday, October 31, 2002 11:07 AM

My G Grandfather James Halepaska "Vaclar Chaloupecky" and his family immigrated to the USA in 1875 [from Bohemia] and settled originally in Pawnee County Nebraska. In 1880, he filed his letter of intention also called 1st papers, or intention of immigrating, in Pawnee County. I have a copy of this paper. In 1884, James and most of his family moved to Miltonvalle. I'm looking for his naturalization papers. I believe that he had 5 years to complete them from the time of his original letter which would be 1885. This would place him in Miltonvalle when he filed his final papers. I'm searching for where these papers are stored and the process for getting them searched.


Topic: Brinkman / Stackhouse Family
From: Sandy Tidwell sandy_tidwell@byu.edu
Date: Monday, October 28, 2002 10:40 PM

John Henry Brinkman and Sarah J. Lewis are listed in the 1920 and 1930 Censuses for Cloud County. Children include Inas, about 1902, and Albert, about 1910, and a step-daughter to John Henry Brinkman, Nellie (Lewis?) Stackhouse. John was born in Buchanan County, Missouri, lived in Nodaway County, Missouri, and came to Kansas in early 1900s. I desire any information on this family and their descendents. Please email sandy_tidwell@byu.edu.


Topic: Henry Heer family of Sibly
From: Jennifer Heer jennifer@heer.com
Date: Friday, October 25, 2002 10:44 AM

Just to let everyone know I recently found a relative that I thought I never would. Found him and his family using the new 1880 census online at familysearch.org. Anyway, he is a brother to my gg grandfather. His name is Henry Heer, b. 1828 in Baden to John Christian Heer. (brother is David H. Heer of Galena,IL). His father and siblings settled intially at Galena, IL and Henry was thought to have served in the Mexican War. After 1860 I had no record of him. Until now of course. What I have now is a 1880 census rec. of his household in Sibly, KS. The household is as follows:
Henry Heer, age 52, b.place Baden, Farmer, father & mother's bp.Baden.
Chilara Heer, Wife, age 34, bp. Mecklenburg,Keeping House F and M. bp is Mecklenburg also.
Christian Heer, son, age 9, b. at IL, at school,
William H. Heer, son, age 6, b. at KS, at school.

Place where this census was taken is list as Sibly, Cloud, KS.
We only knew up till now that he was farmer in Cloud Cty, nothing more. If you have any info on this family or are related please contact me. Looking forward to hearing from you. jennifer@heer.com
Jennifer Heer


Topic: SIMPSON Family
From: Penny McFadden stripes111@telus.net
Date: Thursday, October 03, 2002 02:28 PM

I am searching for info on Edward & Rosa Simpson, who lived in Cloud county in 1900. They had several children, Irma, Mary, Harold, Monroe, and Wilma. Edward was a volunteer in The Spanish American War and was also a postmaster for the community. He died in a car accident in abt. 1950. Any additional information on this family would be greatly appreciated.


Topic: James McArthur
From: Ginger Jones gjones@sheltonbbs.com
Date: Sunday, September 29, 2002 03:49 PM

I am looking for information on James McArthur and family. His wife was Maria McDonald. Children were..Margaret (my gggrandmother), Maude, Winnie, Clara, James and John. They lived in Miltonvale in 1904. Thanks.


Topic: Madison Farmer
From: Rob Fauver fauver51@aol.com
Date: Monday, September 23, 2002 03:38 PM

I'm looking for information on Madison Farmer who I believe died in Jamestown, Kansas 21 Sept 1905. Any information (confirmation that this is true, family information, cemetery, etc.) would be appreciated.
Rob Fauver


Topic: John Grant BEASLEY
From: ROXIE WHEELER roxi181@aol.com
Date: Saturday, September 14, 2002 09:20 PM

Hi. I am looking for any information on John (Johnnie) Grant BEASLEY. He was born 1901 and died 1927 in Jamestown, Cloud County, Kansas.
His father was Fred F. BEASLEY.I also seek information on him.
His mother was Margaret (Edwards) BEASLEY. I know very little about her.
I am attempting to find out where John G. BEASLEY is buried.
I sure would appreciate any help at all.
I am helping John's daughter, Violet Mae BEASLEY, to find information about her father.

Thanks!
A seeker ... Roxi

From: Dave Goldy davegoldy@swbell.net
Date: Tuesday, September 17, 2002 12:15 AM

Roxie
Please verify that you have entered your email address correctly. AOL is bouncing roxi181@aol.com.
You might want to contact this guy, Mike Woody, woodygap@proaxis.com
He posted this message on the KSCLOUD-L list on rootsweb.com in 2000. Some of the names match.
There also was a response to this message in April of 2002 by a B.W. Hauck, bhauck@galaxyispc.com
Another person who has posted in rootsweb for this family is Karyl Johnson, willobe2000@worldnet.att.net

Finally, you might want to contact the Cloud County Genealogical Society. They have published cemetery books for Cloud County, KS. They should be able to tell you when John died, where he is buried, and quite probably find an obituary. They may be able to do this for other members of the family as well, if they are buried in Cloud County, KS. A link to their web page is
http://www.dustdevil.com/t__owns/concordia/history/ccgs/
If you have any questions, I will see if I can answer them. Hope this helps in your search
Dave Goldy
Overland Park, Johnson County, KS
davegoldy@swbell.net


Topic: Benjamin Powell
From: judy fox jklbfox@pacbell.net
Date: Tuesday, September 10, 2002 12:48 AM

Searching for any information on Benjamin Powell including cemetery where buried. He lived in Cloud County with wife Julia beg. 1870.Died between 1910 & 1915 in Cloud county
In 1910 was in Lawrence township with Julia.
Children were: Benson,Lizzie,Emma,Charles & Elsie. He is my great.uncle. Thank you in advance
Judy (Powell) Fox


Topic: BURK,Clell&Ethel
From: Kathleen Chase kmcgrnlf@twinvalley.net
Date: Wednesday, August 28, 2002 02:44 PM


Topic: Clines, Whitebreads, Macyville
From: Shari Cline s30@swbell.net
Date: Friday, August 23, 2002 11:37 PM
Originally Posted 8-Aug-2002 00:25
I am seeking information on the Mandred Cline Family and the Alexander Whitebread Family. I am also seeking information on Macyville. I know that the Cline family lived in Macyville at some point in time as my husband's grandfather Charles Cline's obituary states that he was a live long resident of Macyville. Thank you,
Shari
s30@swbell.net


Topic: 1880 Concordia, Cloud County Census
From: Tonya Kellum myfamhrtgen@worldnet.att.net
Date: Tuesday, July 09, 2002 10:14 PM

I am trying to locate any and all Tetreau/Tetreault/Tatro/Gauthier/Gautier/Gaultier/Charet/Charest/Charette/Chauret/Chaurette that could be in Concordia, Cloud County, Kansas during the 1880 Census.


Topic: ROBBINS-RUTH families
From: Linda Pauler katmando@piace.com
Date: Saturday, June 22, 2002 02:39 AM

I am searching for information about my grandfather Wm. E. Ruth and my grandmother, Ida Elizabeth Robbins, b. 1895. They had 4 children, John Robert b. 1911
Ruby
James Russell
Dixie Lee
Ida Elizabeths' father was Charles Fremont Robbins b. 1859. Her mother was Sarah Christina Evert b. 1866. I seem to have encountered a brick wall on either family.
Thank you.


Topic: Edgar M. KENYON
From: Allan Davis davlg@mindspring.com
Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2002 02:28 PM

I recently found an article on Edgar M. Kenyon in the "Biographical History of Cloud County Kansas" stating that he was a native of Canada. He was a brother of my great grandmother, Melissa C. Kenyon Davis, who was also born in Canada, and who married Edwin Davis in Iowa in 1875. All but two of the children of Amos Kenyon and Caroline Blanchard Kenyon were born in Canada. I have not been able to pinpoint the exact place in Canada, although it appears to have been somewhere in Ontario, "near" Toronto.
I'd like to know if there is any other biographical material, or an obituary, that might tell where Edgar M. Kenyon, Melissa Kenyon and other siblings were born.
Thank you,
Allan Davis


Topic: BURNS in Concordia KS
From: Shari Ameling shares_322@yahoo.com
Date: Friday, June 07, 2002 12:13 PM

I am interested in finding out where I might find an obituary for Arthur L. BURNS who I have as buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, in Concordia, KS (Cloud CO). Date of death is December 1, 1928.
I am trying to confirm who his parents are so I am looking for an obit or anything else that will help confirm his parents names.
Thank you!
Shari Ameling
shares_322@yahoo.com


Topic: Isaac dungan obit or any info
From: Mary Duncan mrduncan@traer.net
Date: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 12:04 PM

I have information that Isaac Dungan died in Concordia Cloud county 8/28/1875. That is all I have and would appreciate anything that could be found. Mary Duncan


Topic: Margaret Spence Roberts
From: mztree@mtco.com
Date: Monday, May 20, 2002 09:36 PM

Looking for info on Margaret Spence Roberts,(born in Scotland in 1847) mother of William Roberts, father of Myrtle, Myra, etc. Thank you very much. mztree@mtco.com


Topic: Etienne Stephen Bechard
From: Teri Hanson thanson@mchsi.com
Date: Tuesday, May 14, 2002 10:18 AM

My grandmother, Melvina was the youngest of Stephen and Adeline Bechard's childern. I am looking for any stories, history or family photos. I have one photo of Stephen and Adeline. If anyone can help I would really appreciate it.
Teri


Topic: William Henry Perry -Lucy Birch
From: Dolores Raines/Sutton drainessutton@juno.com
Date: Sunday, April 28, 2002 11:13 AM

William Henry Perry supposley married in Clyde Kansas in the late 1880s to Lucy Ann Birch and had 5 children Noah,Dora,William,John and Mose . He Supposley died there ca 1892. Would like to locate desc. Thanks Dolores


Topic: Parratt's of Concordia
From: Natalie Elardo brinatcor@yahoo.com
Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2002 11:15 AM

Greetings from Missouri,
I am searching for any relatives or anyone researching the Parratt, Parrett, Parrott name in Concordia and surrounding area.


Topic: Julius Philip Moore
From: Lonny Moore imagine@kansas.net
Date: Thursday, April 18, 2002 10:11 PM

I am looking for information on Julius Philip Moore, born June 24, 1876 in Cloud County, Kansas. He had a son named Harold Phillip A. Moore who was born October 12, 1896 in Miltonvale, Kansas. I am hoping to find the parents of Julius Philip Moore. Thank you.


Topic: Bowersox hollis cemetery
From: Janet Johnston jjkookie@aol.com
Date: Saturday, April 06, 2002 08:57 PM

I was hoping to find out if anyone has made a list of the headstones in the cemetery in Hollis and in Glasco. I am also wanting information on the marriages in Cloud County. My grandmothers madian name was Bowersox. I believe several of her sisters are buried in Hollis Cemetery. Her brother and wife are buried in the Glasco Cemetery I believe. Janet Johnston


Topic: Mount Hope Cemetery
From: Kathleen Wingstad kwingstad@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2002 08:59 PM

Hi, I need information about Mount Hope Cemetery in Clyde, KS. Exactly how can I find it? I will be coming from Omaha, NE later this spring to find graves of my husband's ancestors.


Topic: death and burial site of Samuel Boyer
From: Jo Ann Boyer boyerplace@juno.com
Date: Friday, March 22, 2002 03:38 PM

I'm not sure of the date, sometime in late 1800's or very early 1900's. No proof, just a family story. Son, Charles Boyer, lived and died in Glasco, KS


Topic: Law, Jamestown, KS restaurant fire abt. 50 years ago
From: Ron Grassi rootsdigr@yahoo.com
Date: Saturday, March 16, 2002 03:02 PM

I am seeking information on an explosion and fire at a restaurant in Jamestown about 50 or so years ago. According to my informant, James "Bud" Law and his wife had a restaurant in Jamestown, and there was an explosion and fire that killed James's wife. I am looking for information on her, maybe and obit..and also possibly newspaper articles about the fire and death.
I will gladly pay copying and postage, if someone could find this information for me.
Thanks in advance.


Topic: BAILEY
From: Deanna Hirz hisnhirz@televar.com
Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2002 04:20 PM

My husband has a Alexander Bailey and his wife Sarah(WALDEN) who lived for a number of years in Cloud County, Kansas. They came from Mahaska County, Iowa. Had two children that we know of: Mary A. and John R.
Alexander was in Civil War. IF ANYONE HAS ACCESS TO CLOUD COUNTY RECORDS---I NEED YOUR HELP. THANKS.
Deanna


Topic: PITTS, CAROUTHERS,FOWLER,MYER ,CHARTIER
From: Deanna Hirz hisnhirz@televar.com
Date: Thursday, February 21, 2002 06:51 PM

I am researching a large family of PITTS, who were the sons and daughter of Henry PITTS and Margaret G. WRIGHT. The family lived in McLean County and Champaign County, Illinois where all the children grew to adulthood. Those coming to Cloud County, KS were: Amanda PITTS with husband James FOWLER, Jane B. PITTS with husband John Andrew CAROTHERS/CAROUTHERS, William PITTS with wife Adda L.or Levina Adaline CAROUTHERS/CAROTHERS. Almeda/Almedia PITTS with husband Emile/Emyle MYER/MYRE/MEYER, and John R. PITTS who is the only one who married in Cloud County to Cornelia CHARTIER.
Anyone having any of these surnames in Cloud County, Kansas ----- PLEASE CONTACT ME.
Deanna


Topic: Gorum/Gorham Family
From: Marcia Staunton mls94@attbi.com
Date: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 08:46 PM

Looking for an obit for Charlotte Melisa Gorum Carver. Hope that it will give more information on her parents.
However if some knows that her parents also might have lived and died in Cloud County would like to find them. Her parents were Samuel Gorum and Emily Lane.
Did Charlotte have siblings?


Topic: Myrtle Roberts Dickson Hoover
From: Genny Gibbs mztree@mtco.com
Date: Saturday, February 02, 2002 11:39 PM

I am looking for the gravesite or obituary of my grandmother Myrtle Roberts Dickson Hoover and her father William Roberts. Can anyone help me with this please?


Topic: info wanted on windecker family in jamestown 1880
From: Jack Shevalier flyingpygs@aol.com
Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2002 04:42 PM


Topic: Collette Families
From: Steve Collette shazcats@mindspring.com
Date: Friday, January 25, 2002 09:57 AM

I am looking for any information on the Collette families that live in on around Cloud Kansas. My father was born in Clyde. Any help would be grateful.


Topic: Thompson, Henry R
From: Annette Cummings carplady@mindspring.com
Date: Thursday, January 24, 2002 03:40 AM

Henry R Thompson wife Edna Fitzsimmons, brothers, Alfred E and Emery. Any inf. welcome.


Topic: Kiser/McGlaughlin family information
From: Shawn Bolvi sbolvi@hotmail.com
Date: Saturday, January 19, 2002 01:12 PM

I am looking for information regarding Otho and Frances Rebecca McGlaughlin who farmed in Cloud Co. Frances Rebecca was daughter of Ambrose Kiser, and had a brother Warren and sister Orlinda. Warren may have laid out the town of Delphos. Any information is greatly appreciated.


Topic: Regnier Burial in area of Clyde, Cloud Co., Kansas
From: Marylin Benfield marylinbenfield@hotmail.com
Date: Friday, January 18, 2002 04:30 PM

Would appreciate anyone who may be able to check for a burial of a Joseph Regnier who died 6 Apr 1906 somewhere in the Clyde, Cloud Co., KS area; would like to know where he's buried. Thanks.


Topic: Regnier Cloud Co. cemeteries, Ames or Elk Twp area
From: Marylin Benfield marylinbenfield@hotmail.com
Date: Friday, January 18, 2002 04:19 PM

Looking for confirmation of a burial at a cemetery in the Ames, Elk Twp., Cloud Co., KS area for a Jeremie or Jerry Regnier, death 21 Jan 1918. Anyone who has access to the cemeteries or their records, I'd appreciate a lookup, if possible. Thanks.

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