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    January thru June 2003
    Coffey County, Kansas




INLOES, KELLUM posted by Kathlyn Billett on Wednesday, January 1, 2003

Seeking descendants of Billie Darlene Kellum Inloes Also Note: Obits of Issachar Mark Kellum (known as Lyde)and others have his father as Mordic---- It is Mordecai Hiatt Kellum his mother was Irene (Irena) Bales Kate Kellum Billett snooks1@frontiernet.net
HALL posted by Margaret Jenstad on Wednesday, January 15, 2003

I recently found that my gr-grandfather's half-brothers lived in LeRoy, Coffey Co KS (1880 census). They are Hiram and Harmon Hall, twins born December 31, 1834, and the sons of David and Elizabeth (Potts) Hall of Knox Co., IL. Hiram, I believe, had the following children: Sarah E., Alice, Willie, Arthur, Albert, Letie, Frank, and Fred (twins). Does anyone know anything of any of these descendants? I would be interested in making contact and sharing data. Please email me if you know anything about this family. jenstad@pro-ns.net
ROHR, WRIGHT, QUAKENBUSH posted by Kelly Hull on Friday, January 24, 2003

Some quick notes from obituaries found in Coffey County. Mrs. Margaret (Rohr) Hammond, born Crawford Co., IN 27 Dec 1849 died 18 Apr 1933 in Burlington. She married John Quakenbush 21 Feb 1869. He died 30 Nov. 1876. They had three children. She married Justin Hammond 26 May 1881. He died 2 Nov 1917. They had six children. Listed in the survivors on her obit were 2 brothers still living: Henry Rohr of Montezuma, IN and Phillip Rohr of Coffey Co. KS Mrs. Margaret Hammond of Burlington received word of the death of a daughter-in-law, Mrs. W. H. Quakenbush of Lawrence. Mrs. Quakenbush was formerly Olive Weatherby of Burlington. Arza Hammond's 1/2 brother W. H. Quakenbush, age 94, had died 30 Nov 1967 in Lawrence. W. H. was the son of William Henry Quakenbush. He was born in Kentucky. He came to the Wolf Creek area southeast of Burlington when a child. Quakenbush was also a 1/2 brother to Eli Hammond. Mrs. J. M. Quakenbush d. 6 Jan 1905, age 49y 11m. She was the mother of 9 children. They believe that she was the largest woman in Lyon County, KS weighing in at 420 pounds. She lived in Center township (Hartford) [on border of Lyon-Coffey Co.]
WILLIAMS posted by Margaret Jenstad on Friday, February 21, 2003

I am searching for the ancestors of Thomas Louis WILLIAMS. He was the son of Benjamin WILLIAMS, b. about. 1818 in VA and Sarah D. FLINT, b. 21 June 1819 in VA. They married 22 February 1836, but I don't know where. Any help would be appreciated. Shirley Boatwright shboat@cox.net
LAMB posted by Betty VanLeer on Sunday, February 23, 2003

In the 1880 census of Pottawatomie, Coffey Kansas is listed: Pliny Lamb 49 NH Olive Lamb 39 IL Orin Lamb 8 KS Eva Lamb 5 KS Dora Lamb 5 mo. KS William Moore 31 KY Olive was the daughter of Samuel Gilbert and his second wife, Elizabeth Dougherty Ferrior (Ferrier) Gilbert and was born in Rossville, Illinois. She had a sister Mary who married a James Drane and they also lived in Kansas. Searching for any information on either family. Doing Dougherty research and would like to know if there are any descendants. Please e-mail Thanks
LILLY, HOMIRE posted by Janel McCartney on Tuesday, February 25, 2003

I am looking for info on my great grandparents Pauline Homire and Robert M. Lilly. They were married in Waverly, Kansas in 1883. I would like any additional info or pictures on either side of my family.
NEWMAN, McCOLLUM posted by Rowena Marten on Saturday, March 8, 2003

I am wondering if anyone can help me in determining whom the M. MCCOLLUM girl was, that was living with my NEWMAN family in the 1865 Coffey County Kansas Census?? She was 11 years old, born about 1854 in Tennessee. I have also located probably her sister M. J. MCCOLLUM living with a WEST family I believe it was. The WEST woman was a school teacher if I remember, and I just was wondering if there were other children/siblings to these girls, if they were orphaned, or if they possibly could be related to my NEWMAN family?? Please if anyone can help, I'd greatly appreciate it!!! Thank you, and hope to hear from you. Rowena Marten R55FM@wmconnect.com
JAMISON, CANNADAY posted by Terri Cook on Sunday, June 1, 2003

Can someone look up Coffey County and find anything about Emma Francis Jamison or Emma Francis Cannaday? She married my Great grandfather Isaac Lemon Cannaday in 1886. That is all I have. Thanks, Terri Cook
MORRIS, GARLAND posted by Judy North on Friday, June 6, 2003

Looking for any information on a WILSON MORRIS (aka MORRISS) (dob 2-4-1793(dod 12-15-1884))married to FRANCES GARLAND (dob 2-17-1798 ?)(dod 5-21-1882). He may have been a Baptist minister and is believed to have moved to the area around 1856 and was a farmer in the area. Also they are believed to be buried in Wharton Cemetery aka Fairhope Cem. Does anyone know exactly where this location is and also is there is any site on the net where I could research this cemetery? Thanks, in advance, for any/all response. Judy (judynorth@lycos.com)
HUTTANUS posted by Jack Forsbach on Saturday, June 14, 2003

Would like information on Carrie (Herter)Huttanus and her husband, William Huttanus. Carrie was born 31 Mar 1878 and died 4 Dec 1965 in LeRoy, Coffey, KS. William Huttanus died in 1949 in LeRoy, Coffey, KS. Would appreciate any information on this couple and if possible name and address of cemetery where buried. William was a retired railroad worker.



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