Ambrose Edward Leigh Born: Gridley, Kansas August 4, 1896 Parents: Frank Seymour Leigh Margaret Stewart Leigh(?) Would like parent information if available and names and birthdates of siblings if available.
Looking for Zachariah SHAW, who appears to have left Frederick Co, Md c. 1860. Family lore has he and brother John and family coming to Kansas, possibly Coffey co. where sister Adeline GIESY lived. I would appreciate hearing of him and from descendants of John (b.c.1812)and Matilda (b. c. 1810).
Seeking info on Kenneth Cecil Glasscock b.7/1/1900 in Leroy. Parents:Charles Edgar Glasscock/Lola Bolen Glasscock.Kenneth d.7/15/57 Downey, Ca. area. Also marriage record for Charles & Lola m. 8/3/1898 Leroy. Lola b. 7/8/1879 parents Benjamin Franklin & Margaret Adeline (Courtney) Bolen. Charles E b. 8/12/1873 Ralls Cnty. Mo. parents Leroy Timberlake & Mary Ellen (Scott)Glasscock. Any inforation will be appreciated.
I am searching information on Ottly C. Van syoc,b. 3/8/1870 in Winfield, IA, M. 7/27/1895 to Lena May Conkle, d. 2/21/1948 in Coffey Co., KS. Lena May was b. 5/25/1872 in Union Co., IA and d. 4/18/1953 in Coffey Co., KS. Any information, especially about parents, would be appreciated. Thank you.
James Irving FLEMING and his wife Annie L. SMITH had twin boys Benjamin Irving and Leonard Alonzo FLEMING born 4 Nov. 1884. Ben married Anna MCREYNOLDS and Leonard married an Elsie. Would like to know more about these two men. Apparently they moved to North Dakota but were born and raised in Coffey county, Ks. Also who are parents of Annie Smith? She was born 11 April 1857 in Indiana and moved to Coffey county before 1875.
My husband's great great grandparents moved to Coffey Co., KS after 1855. His name was James M. Stanfield. One daughter was Margaret Stanfield, born in Brown Co., IL, married and moved back to IL. One son was Stephen Douglas Stanfield and he remained in Kansas. Another daughter married a Folmer. James Stanfield's first wife died shortly after arriving, and he married for the 2nd time, a widow with children, then they had a daughter born there.
I'm trying to learn more about the Halls of Hall's Summit. I realize there is still an old cemetery there. I'm trying to determine if the Elmer Hall listed in the Cherokee Strip Land Rush hooks up with my Halls, who are orginally from Kansas. Can anybody tell me what kind of a town Halls Summit was and what happened to make it a ghosttown? Thanks!