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    January thru June 2005
    Coffey County, Kansas




THORN posted by Jeannie Sayers on Thursday, January 27, 2005

Hi. We have placed grandad (harley) and family there in 1910 per census -The children were Jesse Eugene and Bessie Irene (twins 1901)with a younger sister Ruby Dad (Jesse) put the farm on wolf creek - if anyone has anything else , I 'd appreciate hearing from you. Thanks, Jeannie.
GANS posted by Gael Entrikin on Friday, February 18, 2005

Seeking information about family of William Gans, shown in the 1865 census as living in Coffey, Co., at the age of 41. Particularly interested in his son Hiram, age 20. Seeking his mother, and his (full?) sister, Hannah.
WEBBER posted by Don Webber on Saturday, February 26, 2005

It has been some years since I last asked for information on my family living in Coffee County about 1865 or so. My great grandparents were George Edward Webber and Nancy White Webber. They are described as having deceased in LeRoy and Burlington some time after 1865, but after inquiry of the Coffee County archives, NO detail of those events has been found. A son, also named George Edward Webber is listed in those archives as passing at that time. Any information about any of these events will be deeply appreciated. Thank you - Don Webber
HOLMES, PARTRIDGE posted by Dee Townsend on Monday, March 7, 2005

Am looking for descendents of Rebecca Miller Partridge Holmes. Where is her husband John Holmes buried? Where is she buried?
FERGUSON, HESS, GEISEY posted by Jan Budge on Sunday, May 1, 2005

Looking for anything on "Francis Marion Ferguson" and "Jessie Levina Hess." Family records have both dying near Aliceville. Marion died around 1925 of burst appendix. He was associated with the Bank in Aliceville. He left Wife Jessie who was rumored to have married a Geisey. She raised a daughter Pearl and died around 1963. Standard avenues have been unsuccessful. We are wondering if family records could be so detailed and so mistaken. Has anyone heard of these people? Thanks. Jan
RILEY posted by Daniel Riley on Wednesday, May 11, 2005

James Riley was born in Ohio, moved with his mother to Kosciusko County Indiana where he married Sarah Ellen Brady. The removed to Marion County Iowa where they had their children. They removed again to Linn County Kansas between 1869 and 1870. Sarah died sometime in the next ten years and the 1880 census found James with his youngest children in Coffey County Kansas.

John Riley (b ?, Ohio, d abt 1828, Ohio)
Married Joanna (?) Riley (b abt 1805, Kentucky, died 1873
If you have more info please contact me. I also have documentation for the specific information above.
WINN posted by Myra Bell on Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Seeking any information on A. J. Winn and his family who ran the Winnwood Dairy in Burlington, Kansas early 1900's. Thanks



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