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    September thru November 1998
    Coffey County, Kansas

BLOUSE posted by on Monday, September 7, 1998

Reasearching the Bouse families and desc. who migrated to Coffey Co. from Cass Co. Mo. Silas Bouse and wife Elizabeth Ann Sandlin Bouse moved to this country in the l880's. Four of the sons, Jefferson Giles, Daniel Boone , Barney ( Barnett) and John Ranson Bouse all lived in Coffey Co. Elizabeth is buried in the French Ridge Cem. Job Bouse, Silas Bouse's brother, also lived in the same area. Another brother, John Bouse lived there prior to moving to Oklahoma. His wife is buried near her sister Elizabeth. Will exchange information if needed and would like to fill in some blank spots in mine.

BLAIN posted by Patricia Nelson on Monday, September 7, 1998

My gggrandfather Henry Cooper Blain died 6 August 1931 in Agricola, Coffey Co. I am looking for any information that I can find about this family

CHRISTIE, CHRISTY, CRISTIE posted by Anna Marie (Glennan) Wilson on Monday, September 7, 1998

My great uncle, Michael Glennon and his family lived in Coffey County, just on the Anderson Co. line in the 1883-1930 era, as best we can tell from family records. We have just learned that John Cristy/Christie was married to Michael's sister, Ann Glennon. In land records (1882) Ann is listed as being deceased and Alice, their daughter is a minor; John Cristie as her guardian.

DENECKE, FEARL posted by Jon Bastian on Sunday, September 27, 1998

looking for further information re: Silas FEARL, b. 1832 in NY; moved 1857 to KS and lived in Burlington. 1st wife, Dora DENECKE, b. 1841 in CT, died 1872; children: Charles, Franklin, Mary and James. 2nd wife, Elizabeth DEAVEN (DEVER?); children: Belle, William and Nellie. Interested in ancestors and descendents.

BROOKS, DEAKINS, HUFFT posted by Pauline Hale on Sunday, September 27, 1998

I have some old correspondence that mentions a community called Kyle, which I believe was located in Coffey County. Does anyone recognize that area? I am working on the surnames of HUFFT, DEAKINS and BROOKS in Coffey County. Any information would be appreciated.

TOMS posted by Philip Ritter on Sunday, September 27, 1998

I'm looking for any descendants of Harvey Toms and Cynthia (Ritter) Toms. He ran a feed lot in Coffey County in the 1870-80's, and they are buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetary. Cynthia died in 1876 and their two children were not livng with Harvey by 1880. One of their children was Sylvester Toms, who later lived in Allen Co. The other child may have been an Ida Toms, whereabouts after 1880 unknown.

SIMMONS posted by on Sunday, November 8, 1998

I need help! I came across a very old letter recanting about my g-g- grandfather, Francis SIMMONS, who came to Ft. Leavenworth from Indiana, then went somewhere to stake his claim or claims by racing to Coffey to do it. This occurred sometime between April and June of 1857. I am interested in finding those documents. There was also mention about a place called Paola (Peoria?). The family settled shortly thereafter in Lawrence, Douglas Co., but I am most interested in how they as pioneers went about doing what they did in those days. (By the way, they survived Quantrill's Raid!) Any assistance you or someone can provide me will be greatly appreciated.

FANNING, LAMB, SMITH, WILSON posted by Mary Ann Fanning Atencio on Sunday, November 8, 1998

Looking for information on the family of Edwin D and Rebecca WARNER/. ATCHISON of Coffey County,Waverly, KS. His family included: Beulah b 1887, Clyde S. b 1889, Maude Bernice b 1892, Warren E., b 1893, Inez L. b 1897, Dewey V. b 1898 and Vernon S. b 1901.

ATCHISON, DOHERTY, FANNING, MCNULTY, PATTEN posted by Mary Ann Fanning Atencio on Sunday, November 8, 1998

Looking for descendents of William Jasper FANNING. Children were: George Washington b 1865 m Mary Ann MCNULTY, Mary Janetta b 1868, m John Fredrick MCNULTY, John Lonzo, b 1876, m Clara G. AMYX, Della Maude b 1877 m Fred PATTEN, Bird Owen, b 1880 m Maggie DOHERTY and Starley Jasper b 1891 m Maude Bernice ATCHISON. All lived in and around the Coffey County, area.

MCWHIRTER, MEEK, WHITE posted by Glennis Horn on Sunday, November 8, 1998

Looking for connections to Bartlett Meek who married Sophronia Warner McWhirter in Coffey Co. in 1878. She was the postmistress there before they went to Oregon. Bartlett had a brother, John Wesley Meek who came with him and stayed in Coffey Co. Bartlett's daughter, Jesse married Amos White.

TEDROW posted by Mary Ann Kaylor on Sunday, November 8, 1998

Am trying to locate the burial place of HIRAM TEDROW, who was in Lyon Co. when he married Ettie Shepherd. Lyon Co. helpers assured me there were TEDROW's in Coffey Co., too. Can anyone help me with this surname? I need cemetery listings for any TEDROW. Would appreciate any help and will share the surname. Thanks so much!

MULFORD posted by William Mulford on Sunday, November 8, 1998

alphabetical index to us patent deeds coffey co kansas lists a charles h and james h mulford ? lived in coffey co kansas in 18??. chas died in linn co in 1880{feb} age 49. born ny{state or city?} listed in mortician schedule ,stanton township, linn co. do you have any info ref chas or james.? thank you

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