Hope you can help me. Looking for death and grave site for John David
Hawes and his family. He founded Aliceville and believed to buried there. He
is my great grandfather's brother. Thanks. Sincerely, Jennifer Silva
I would appreciate knowing about any information you have on the surnames, Helm, Volland, Kaufman. Also, do you know if Clara Kaufman is still alive?? My maiden name was Helm. My paternal Grandmother was a Volland.
Going to Scotland this summer and trying to find lost relatives.
I am trying to verify the burial location of my GGGrandparents, Daniel Bartlett and Mahala (Osborne) Bartlett.
I know that Daniel is buried in the St. John's Lutheran Cemetery, near Aliceville, KS. We were there in Mar 2000 and saw the head stone. But there is no head stone nearby for Mahala. It's been told to us that she is buried beside him with no marker. Can you help?
They are my grandparents through John W. Bartlett, their son and John W's daughter, Elizabeth, was my Grandmother. Thanks.
The 1865 Census for Coffey co. Leroy Kansas has the following people listed.
George H Mc Connell and family, how do I seek more information on this family,
possibility of relationship to my Mother in Law, we are working on our
Genealogy. We have not been able to find any information, except that Charles
Clay Mc Connell was born March 1, 1866 in Leroy Kansas his parents were James Mc
Connell and Belle Hathaway. Any help you can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Hello, I would like the e-mail address of Calvin McBride whose query on March
10, 1998 on the Williams family is the family that I am related to. I could not find any access to his address to reply to his query. I know it has been almost 3 years maybe he is still around, if not I am interested in the Williams family who were in Coffey County in the 1850's. Minton Williams was killed in the Civil War in Kansas. Any information would be helpful, thank you very much.
I'm looking for any information on my great grandfather John William Blackburn born on May 11, 1877 Coffey(Coffeeville?)Kansas,and any brothers and sisters he had. His Parents were: Samuel C. Blackburn born Aug 3,1850 Peoria Illinois and Elizabeth Jane King born Sept 27,1855 Indiana.
I'm looking for any one with information on James Mc Connell and his family who lived in Leroy in the mid 1860's He had a son named Charles Clay and his wife's name was Belle Hathaway. It is thought to be he operated a mill with his brothers.
I am Looking for information on the Milton Williams family who moved to Coffee county around 1855. His wife's name was Delilah. He was killed in the Civil War at Fort Scott. I have the 1965 census record that has Delilah and Mother Mary Jeffery and children. I had contact with a Tim G. (Cranmer) but I cannot locate him . I lost his e-mail address but I believe it was Dems74 @ ??
thank you very much
I am looking for information on a Bernice (LAKE)STUART who was born 5/1903 in Hunt Co. TX to a judge and his wife. The judge "arranged" the marriage of Bernice LAKE to the son of a banker: Charles STUART. Known facts are that two children were born of issue of this marriage: Charles William (b. 3/18/1923) and Alice Bernice (b. 3/6/1925, Bonner Springs, KS). Although it has yet to be confirmed, Charles STUART never enlisted in the military but would give soldiers a place to sleep and eat. He brought home a John Francis McISAAC (b. 6/29/1897 Nova Scotia) who was supposedly the "youngest Master Staff Sergeant in the Army" during that time. It is family lore that Bernice (LAKE) STUART met John Francis McISAAC while she lived in Coffey County, KS. It should be noted that Bernice LAKE was Catholic, as was John Francis McISAAC. No known religious practices are known of Charles STUART. Between 1925 and 1928, Bernice (LAKE) STUART left with John Francis McISAAC and moved to MA and then NY. The first daughter was born to John Francis McISAAC and Bernice (LAKE) STUART in November of 1928 in MA. Bernice (LAKE) STUART did not ever file for a legal divorce from Charles STUART and she never legally married John Francis McISAAC. Bernice (LAKE)McISAAC was contacted around 1957 by attorneys representing Charles STUART wanting to know where and when she filed for divorce. Apparently, Charles STUART did remarry thinking that Bernice had filed for a legal divorce. Any information regarding these individuals would be extremely appreciated. Family information is scarce as there are only two children of the marriage of John Francis McISAAC and Bernice (LAKE) STUART are still living.
I am researching the Gropengiesser, Barnow and Stauve family (originally from Germany)that settled in Coffey County and who are buried in St. John's Evangical Lutheran Cemetery. Would appreciate communicating with who one who has info or connected.
I was wondering if you had any information on Joseph E. Wilson & Mabel Eva Scott. No dates on Joseph E. Wilson, where he was from or dates he married to Mabel Eva Scott. If you can help, I sure would appreciate it.
Donald F. McAlister
I was wondering if you would see if there is an obituary for my great grandmother, Margaret/Margret/Marlett Christison (wife of John J. Christison) who died 22 Nof 1887 and their son, John Wilburn Christison who died 21 Jan 1932. Both are buried at Key West Cemetery. Thank you so much.
Looking for information on the George Walter and Emma (Crouch) Smith family. George and Emma are my great-grandparents. Looking especially for information on their child(ren). George died in Burlington on 28 Aug 1921 and Emma died in Burlington on 5 Jun 1963.
I checked in the Coffey County Historical Museum and Genealogical Society for information on your query. There is a booklet "History of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Lebo, Kansas, 1884-1984" which includes history from the 1884-1934 booklet [they have it too but it's crumbly and I was hesitant on photo copying it]. There is a copy of the charter of the church that was 'applied for February 23, 1884, was granted and filed for record March 20, 1884, two years before the city of Lebo was incorporated. The charter remains in the Office of the Secretary of State, Topeka". The name James Day is listed as one of the original five trustees.
The Methodist Church is still an active church in Lebo, Kansas and I suspect that if you wrote to the church, that they could help you out with further information. The address: United Methodist Church, 201 W. 4th, Lebo, Kansas 66856.
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I am trying to find information on my great-grandparents who resided in Leroy in 1890's. My grandfather was born there in 1894. Can you tell me where to get any information. I do not know for sure of dates of birth etc. Surname was Snell. Thank you.
In the 1859 Territorial Census (Jerrad, Gered) Holland with wife and children. He was a Constable. Is there any information that may be in the news papers or obituaries. Ida Holland (daughter)married Richard Jones C 1878. They had one child Herbert Delay Jones born Lawrence Kansas August.1879 Thank you.
Looking for info on James FERMAN, who died 2 Sep 1913 in Burlington, Coffey, KS. His wife, Eliza Ann, died 5 Mar 1924 in Burlington. Children were Charles, Harriet, and Katherine "Kate" Ferman Bullard. Is there any way I can get copies of obituaries?
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Seeking any information on : James Harvey Cortner/Cotner, son of Daniel and Rebecca (Stockwell) Cotner, b. 1844, New Market, Charlestown twp. Clark Co. IN. d. 26 July 1923, Lebo, Coffey Co. KS, m. 1865, Clark Co. IN. Amanda Emeline Haymaker, dau. of John and Anna (Crum) Haymaker, b. 1847/1848. Clark Co. IN, d. 23 Aug. 1939, Lebo, Coffey Co. KS. James was suppose to be a Civil War Vet from Indiana, but I cannot find his unit. James and Amanda had a daughter, Rebecca Grace Cotner, b. 1871, New Market, IN, d. after 1900 Ashland, OR, m. George Morris, b. 1869, Unk. Co. KS, res. 1895, Lebo, Coffey Co. KS, m. after 1900, Ashland, OR. I have information on Rebecca and George's other children born in Coffey Co. and their grandchildren who lived in Tracyton, Kitsap Co. WA. I will gladly trade information with anyone interested.
I am looking for when and where Joseph Pollock WARD died. As of the 1900 Coffey County, Kansas census, he was living with his son William WARD in Spring Creek Twp; he was 71 years old. He was born in 1828 in Greene County, OH; he married Emeline Loughead in 1850 in Logan County, OH. His son William was born in Mercer County, IL in 1856 and the family was in Warren County, OH as of the 1860 census. They moved to Kansas by 1865, where in 1865 his daughter Rosetta was born in Lyon County. The family was in Coffey County most of the time from at least 1875 onward. There is no record of his death or burial in Coffey County.I've looked through newspaper microfilm from 1900 through 1910 and have not yet found either obituary or death notice. I am looking for any information about where he may have gone and when he died.
Looking for Rene Napier/wife Elisabeth Stuart Napier daughter Frances Jane Napier Grant and other two daughters names unknown I know they lived in the Leroy area in or about 1880-1886. Rene Napier died in LeRoy Aug 15 1886 wife was still alive along with two daughters Jane (frances Jane was deceased right before him according to his obit.) No record of Elisabeth death or where they are buried. Don't know other daughters names. Son was John W. Napier.
Appreciate any info, Charlene Riley, great great granddaughter email@example.com