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    Query Archives
    January 1998
    Coffey County, Kansas

SUTTON posted by Milo Sutton on Saturday, January 3, 1998

Rsearching _all_ SUTTONs in and around Coffey County. Joshua SUTTON and his family, including Joshua LeRoy SUTTON moved to their homestead on the Lyon-Coffey County line in 1868. I have more than 7,500 names, many of them from Coffey County. They are mostly related to CAMPBELL and SUTTON.

SNAVELY posted by Linda Stufflebean on Monday, January 5, 1998

Would like to share info on the Snavely family. They originated in VA. Some went to MO. I am working on collateral line, as a couple of Williamses m. into the Snavely family.

ROBINSON posted by Jim Robinson on Thursday, January 8, 1998

I am searching for any information on my grandfather, Guy Robinson, his father, Charles Robinson. They lived in this area in the early 1900's for quite a few years. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks.

DAYLONG posted by Bill Daylong on Saturday, January 10, 1998

Searching for any Daylongs

CLARK, MELON posted by William R. Gann on Sunday, January 11, 1998

Seeking information on Hiram C. Clark age 64, and Catharine Melon, age 43 in 1860. The children listed with them in the household in 1860 census at Burlington, Coffey County, Kansas were probably all hers by her first marriage (to --?-- Melon), except the youngest one: John A. b. 1840 OH, Caroline b. 1846 MO, George W. b. 1849 MO, William b. 1851 MO, Comodore b. 1852 MO. The surname on these children is shown in census as Clark but is probably Melon. The youngest daughter, Mary E., was b. about 1858 in MO. The family lived in DeKalb County, MO before moving to Coffey County about December 1858. Need marriage record for Hiram C. Clark and Catharine Melon, and her maiden name and first husbandís name. Any info on this family appreciated Hiram CLARK died in Coffey County, KS in 1866, near Leroy. He was a resident of Neosho Falls in Woodson County at the time, and Catharine apparently predeceased him. That had to be after 1860, as she was alive with him in census at that time, in Coffey County. In July 1866, the Woodson County Probate Court indentured the three minor children of Hiram to Jonathan H. HAGAR of Butler County, KS: William Thompson CLARK, Hiram Commadore Perry CLARK, and Mary Elizabeth CLARK. Cannot find them in the 1870 census. Would like to know what became of them and their older siblings: John A. CLARK, Caroline CLARK, and George W. CLARK. Any of these children could be found under MALONE as well as CLARK. All of the children except Mary Elizabeth are believed to belong to Catharine by her first husband, a Mr. MELON or MALONE. Any help appreciated. Will gladly exchange, as we have much data on ancestry of Hiram CLARK.

MADDUX posted by Sally Schmitt on Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Seeking info on William & Catherine(Tiebens) Maddux about 185?

YOUNG posted by Mary Witulski on Friday, January 16, 1998

Seeking info on family of Herbert & Sarah (Leonard) YOUNG. Herbert died Jan 9, 1905 in Chanute, KS and Sarah died Oct 26, 1898. Both are buried in Graceland cemetery at Burlington, KS. Also a daughter Josephine A. died Sep 3, 1899 is buried there. Daughter Mabel A. married Otus Deffibaugh and died Dec 31, 1905 and is buried in Chanute, KS. Other descendants seeking info on are: Sarah "Sadie" Young Baird?, Grover A. Young, and William H. Young who married Clara Biggs. Any info would be appreciated.

CONKLE posted by Harry Steele on Sunday, January 18, 1998

I am looking for descendants of the family of John R. Conkle (b. 1848 in OH) and Maria Wallace (b. 1855 in OH). John R Conkle is the son of Jacob Conkle & Celina Richmond. Children: Wilbur R. b. 1876 OH; Sarah L. b. 1877 OH, m. Elmer Wilson 1897 Coffey Co KS; John E. b. 1879 OH; Maggie B. b. 1885 KS; Velma E. b. 1888 KS, m. Wm Schultz 1907 Coffey Co KS; Verda A. b. 1890 KS, m. Byron Morris 1909 Coffey Co KS; Ina Mae b. 1893, m. Charles Clarkson 1911 Coffey Co KS.

BLACKBURN posted by Mary L. Branson on Tuesday, January 20, 1998

Seeking relatives of Zoe Blackburn, born April 7, 1880, in Burlington, KS. Married Ben Jester in Iola, KS on 10/17/1898.

CLAMPITT posted by Austin Clampitt on Thursday, January 22, 1998

looking for a Clampitt decendents.

HUGH, JOHN, POINTON, RUSSELL posted by Delores E. Bouse on Monday, January 26, 1998

Researching the Russell lineage in Coffey Co. Hugh came with wife Nancy Gull who he married in Stark Co., Oh. Six children born to to this marriage. Albert Married Mry Belle Griffith. Other families surnames are Rodgers,Schlichter,Henderson. Pointon and son Martin L. came in about l865.Martin married Maggie Crawford and had sons, Austin and Michael. Other Surname Valentine,Colvin,Smith,Griffin, Conkle. John and wife, Mary. came in l865 and settled in Avon Township. After returning from Colo. they moved to Westphalia where they lived until both passed away. They had nine children, six are buried in Logan Cem. Dau Mary married Daniel Boone Bouse Would like to contact any des. or anyone who has data on these famalies.

CONNOR, HELLYER, KARR posted by Gayle Woods Gardner on Tuesday, January 27, 1998

late 1800's to present HELLYER family were in Ottumwa and Hartford area. O'CONNOR, KARR among collateral lines

MCMAHAN posted by Tami Feldhaus on Wednesday, January 28, 1998

William McMAHAN went to Coffey county in the 1850's . Married to: Lucticia, childred: Joseph E., William.,Henry.,Nancy.,Silas Wm., John H., This family came from Ohio and I have found in the 1860 Coffey Cnty census for Leroy a William Mahan listed as a justice of the peace. Any information on this family would be appreciated. Have lots of info and will share. THANK YOU

CLAUSE, CLAUSEN posted by Kay Fleming on Thursday, January 29, 1998

Am trying to verify parents of Elsa M. CLAUSEN (or CLAUSE). She was born 23 Jan 1882 at Blue island, Ill. and died 30 Dec. 1953 in Coffey county. Buried at Graceland Cemetery. Elsa married Banjamin A. PRESTON on 19 Feb. 1902. Am not sure if her maiden name was Clause or Clausen.

SCOTT posted by Tom Kouns on Saturday, January 31, 1998


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