[Kansas GenWeb]
    Query Archives
    March 1998
    Coffey County, Kansas




MCCULLOUGH posted by Signe Truelove on Sunday, March 1, 1998

Looking for information about the McCullough family of both Coffey and Lyon County.

BURCH posted by Signe Truelove on Sunday, March 1, 1998

Looking for information about the siblings and descendants of George Washington Burch, who came to Coffey County in the late 1890's.

KISER posted by Signe Truelove on Sunday, March 1, 1998

Looking for any siblings and descendents of Benjamin L. Kiser.

COFFEY posted by Marianne (Coffey) Morrison on Thursday, March 5, 1998

Working on my father's side of the family. Any information as to the Coffey's still in Coffeyville is appreciated. My dad was Thomas Peter Coffey, b.Chicago, Il. d. Mich. City, In. His father, Thomas, was born in Tipperary, Ireland.

FLETCHER, STEELE posted by Ann Stone on Thursday, March 5, 1998

I'm looking for information on the father of my grandmother, Bessie Faye Fletcher. Her mother was Minnie and she remarried to H. Steele in 1890. Bessie was born in Gridley in 1888 or 89.

HARSCH posted by Michelle on Sunday, March 8, 1998

Need any information available on the harsch family. I know they came here from Nebraska

SNODDY posted by Nelita Snow on Sunday, March 8, 1998

Would like to contact family descendant or researcher of Nancy A. Snoddy b. 1836 Mponroe Co., Indiana. She married Lorenzo D. Davis 1854 Monroe Co, last located 1880 Census Coffey County, Census.I am a direct descendant of Nancy's brother

BARTLETT, HAVENS, LINEBACK, POCOCK, WILLIAMS posted by Calvin McBride on Tuesday, March 10, 1998

Researching descendants of Kansas Belle Williams and Isaac Edward Lineback. Belle was so named because her parents, Milton Williams and Delilah Jeffrey believed her to be the first white girl born in Coffey County, Kansas. Part of the family story can be found in "The Story of an Early Kansas Pioneer" written by a descendant of Belle's. The Kansas Historical Library used to have a copy.

posted by Anna Marie (Glennan)Wilson on Tuesday, March 17, 1998

Can anyone tell me about St. Patrick's Parish, Emerald?

GLENNAN, GLENNON posted by Anna Marie (Glennan)Wilson on Tuesday, March 17, 1998

My father, Thomas Glennon, son of Thomas & Bridget(Cashman) Glennon was baptized at St. Patrick's Church, Emerald in Feb 1890. Where is Emerald? Is it now Williamsburg or Waverly? Are there census records from 1877-1890? Civil birth records? Any help will be appreciated. The family moved to Chickasaw Indian Territory in 1890-1891. His brother, Michael's family lived there, also, I think. All the children seemed to have been baptized at St. Patrick's. Thank you very much.

SCOTT posted by Karla Scott Young on Thursday, March 26, 1998

My great grandfather was John Wesley Scott who had a brother Daniel Webster. I have limited information but would be glad to share.

BRILES posted by Julie Bishop on Saturday, March 28, 1998

I'm working on the Briles family also: Branson Briles m. Dorcus Rush moved to KS from Randolph Co. NC around 1850. Daughter Mary Matilda Briles m. James Ward NC moved to Wilson Co KS. Would love to correspond with others working on this family. Thanks, Julie

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