COWLEY COUNTY

Query Page - 1997-3rd Quarter


Deborah Hallecook, MHALLECOOK@aol.com, Thu Jul 3, 1997
ALLEN-BISHOP Was K. Edmond ALLEN's wife E. Julia's maiden name BISHOP? They lived and were found on the 1900 Grant, Cowley County, Kansas census. Did they get married in Cowley County? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Daryl E. Brock, debrock@pe.net, Jul 8, 1997
Looking for contact information on Holland L and Letticia House Brock who were in Elk Co. about 1872/3. Remained there until the first OK land runs when their sons settled land in and around Stillwater and Parkland OK. Willing to share any info I have in exchange for yours.
Cindy Bullen, BDBullen@aol.com, Sun, 13 Jul 1997
GOLLIHER, James J. b. abt 1809 KY d. 1882-1895 Cambridge, KS buried in Burden married Catherine Jewett b. abt 1812 IL d. ? Cambridge, KS, buried in Burden



Children: 1)James S. GOLLIHER b. abt 1834 IL



               2) Sarah Catherine GOLLIHER b.11-29-1844 Navoo, IL d. 1-6-1881 Burden



                  married: 10-1-1865 IL Henry Harrison HIGBEE b. 4-7-1840 Columbus, OH



                    Children: William Henry, Clara Alice, John Clarence, Edmund Elmer



               3)Emily b.abt.1848 IL 



                  married:  ? Burns (Conf. Vet.)



               4) John b. abt. 1850 IL  (never married)



               5) Marie Ann b. 8-11-1852 Lima, IL d. 10-10-1876



                   married Henry Franklin HICKS



                     Children: Myrtle Everil, Lettie Lenora, Clarence, Belle Ann



               6)Polly A. b. abt 1858 IL , married John HICKS



               7)Angretta b. abt 1855 IL



               8) Henry b. abt 1857 IL



               9)Lenora b. abt 1859 IL



Thank you so much for your time and consideration...Cindy Bullen
E-mail address: BDBullen@aol.com

Nora Probasco, nprobasco@earthlink.net, Mon, 14 Jul 1997
I am looking for PROBASCO/CHANDLER/CARR in Cowley County, KS. Thanks a bunch.
nprobasco@earthlink.net
Nancy, Wed Jul 30, 1997
MILLARD / HAGERTY Looking for information on my ggrandparents James MILLARD and Mary HAGERTY. My grandfather Samuel Clyde MILLARD b. March 5,1882 in Cowley Co., KS m. Jennie BARTLETT in Rice Co., Chase, KS in 1921. They moved to MI in 1923. Samuel is buried in Alden KS, next to his first wife Louise MATTHEW. Other children of James are Robert (Last known Meade Co.,Meade, KS in 1951), Edward (L.K. Reno Co., Hutchinson, KS in 1952) and Rachael CORNWALL (L.K. Shawnee Co., Topeka, KS 1952).
Lee Rosenthal, Mon Aug 4, 1997
My GGrandfather was Thomas Walch who lived in Burden Kansas. His son taught school in Burded in 1895. Charles Ira Walch (the school teacher)married Cora Mae Moore in Burden. There should be MOOREs decendants around Burden. Also looking for relatives of Ruth Lipperd and Theo Allen or relatives of Sim Moore who was a notary in Winfield. Any relatives out there?? Other names from the Burden area would be Marion Moore, Mark Moore Ray Penninger and Amos Lippert. Eli Baum and Lottie Baum are also relatives as well as Perry Chance. Their graves are in Burden.
Thanks for any leads.
wjholcombe@aol.com, Thu, 7 Aug 1997
Searching for birth of Roy Dean Young in Winfield KS abt 1896, Born to John Young of Sweden and Ceacle Hinegardner (b)Winfield. Also looking for records of Rev. Luke Scripter who was a minister of a Methodist Church in Winfield in early 1900 (Either M.E. or Free Methodist). Would like to find other current descendants living there and records of John Young. Did he die there or ?
please e-mail wjholcombe@aol.com
John Foust Sr., w4sbn@ellijay.com, August 10, 1997
I am researching the family of Lewis Bradley Foust Born July 7,1907 in Atlanta, Ks. He was the son of John Anthony Foust/ Charlotte lee Fussell Foust. Moved from Ks to Pawnee Co. Okla .John / Charlotte is buried in the old City cemetery at Ralston, Okla. Their family's was from Cowley Co. Ks. I am looking for any information regarding the name of John A. Foust's father. All we know of him is that he was from Tenn Knox or Anderson County's. He had four children three son's and a daughter. Was supposed to have died around the age of 27 years. I would like to contact other members of John A family.

Iris Buzzell, iri@bangornews.infi.net Wed Aug 13 1997
I am looking for information on the family of William BASSETT and Hannah BURRILL. William was born abt. 1840, probably in ME and Hannah was born 20 Oct. 1843 in Dover, Piscataquis, ME, the dau. of John Swan Burrill and Louisa M. Parsons. Hannah died 30 June 1930, place not known. William and Hannah's marriage was the second for each. William was first married to Flavilla, last name unknown, and resided in Dover ME. Hannah was first married to Artemus Leonard Buzzell and resided in Dover ME and Sebec ME. They had five children. William and Hannah married abt. 1880 and moved to Kansas. They were in Arkansas City KS in 1900 Census. William and Hannah had three daughters: Nellie b. Mar. 1881; Alice b. Apr. 1884 (may have married a man by the name of MAXEY); Grace b. Feb. 1891 d. 11 June 1977, place not known). Grace may have married Harry WASHINGTON. William Bassett was employed by a Land & Improvement Co, managing a canal, a railway system and several farms. Hannah's father, John Swan BURRILL moved to Kansas in the late 1890's and died there on 3 Aug. 1902.
Nancy Mahle, Sat Aug 16 1997
I am looking for any information on Ethan Angel Richmond who married Alice Ann Parker on Feb. 15, 1872. They lived in Cowley Co. or possibly in Wichita. They give birth to a daughter, Vilena May Parker, who later became a teacher in Michigan. Any information will be extreemly appreciated!
Patty, CHASPAT@WEBTV.NET, Sun Aug 17 1997
Hello I am looking for information on my grandmother who lived in Winfield KS. Cowley County Her name at that time was Ida Mae Blubaugh I believe her husband's name was John. She was born Ida Mae Foltz Apr. 15, 1901 in PA. d.July 1970 in Colorado. She was married and divorced from Paul Filbert Eshelbrenner. She has three children by Paul. Bertha Lance, James Eshelbrenner and Evelyn (last name was Hill but she married again name not known). If any one knows anything about Ida I would appreciate your help. Thank you for your time and consideration. I am very knew to geneology research.

Lynn Pipher, lynnp@innernet.net, Sun Aug 17, 1997
I am researching my grandfather's history. They were from Torrance, KS, Cowley County between Burden and Dester along the RR. his father, James Madison Jackson was born abt 1848 in TN, died 10/20/1899 in Kokomo, In on a visit to his family out there. He married Sarah Alice Lett 5/29/1879. Sarah Alice was born abt 1857, we don't know when she died but assume that it was in Cowley County, KS as her children lived there. James Madison and Sarah Alice's children were: Omar Jackson born at Torrance, Lester Jackson, born 2/17/1885 at Torrance, died 10/1967 in Wichita, unmarried, and John Fred Jackson born 5/25/2894 at Torrance, died 6/29/1945 in Burden. John Fred was married to Sarah Mina Jackson 11/16/1910 in Dexter, KS. Sarah Mina was born 5/15 near Dexter and died 6/25 in Wakita, OK. She is buried in the Cambridge Cemetery.

Carolyn Dennis Allison, allison@galstar.com, Mon, 18 Aug 1997
I am researching the BARTHOLOMEW surname.
Nancy Story Adkins, kabaybruce@zoomnet.net, Sat Aug 23 1997
Searching for descendants or anyone having information on the WILLIAM P. WARD family who moved from Boyd Co. KY. Feb. 1882 and settled in Cowley Co. Kansas. WILLIAM P. WARD'S wife was MARIA STORY WARD. Their children: FRANK WARD, WILLIAM WARD, SUSAN WARD, EMMA WARD, MARY WARD, THURZA WARD. I would appreciate any help. I will gladly share information. Thank you.

Meg de Mougin, spirit@holli.com, Thu, 28 Aug 1997
I have a photo in my grandmother's files of Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Hudson home in Winfield, KA. no address given. Judging from the vehicle in front perhaps a touring car model A or T tpye (don't know old cars very well) and the sepia toned photo, it was proabably early 1900's. The photo of the house in Winfield, KA. (Mr and Mrs. Geo Hudson home) is an unknown relationship, my father now 81 thinks they may have been my grandmother's cousins and maybe had a jewelry shop somewhere. They would have been related to MOYER. Do you have any knowledge of this line?

My MOYER line was in MO. but grandmother corresponded with and visited some MOYER cousins in KA. I know they were in Ray county MO. but lose them from there. As a child I visited with grandma the following places. Jefferson City, MO. Richmond, MO. Eldorado, KA.and Witchita, KA. Unfortunately I was to young to remember names of these elderly people. I hope we can make a connection.

Seeking any information concerning MOYER family. Benjamin F. MOYER b. in Orange County, IN. in 1833. Benjamin F. was a prominent farmer in Ray Co. following Civil War. Married Olive HULL 1857. 3 Children lived to adulthood. Fanny married Theodore WORTHING or WARDEN or WARTHEN, Alice married George STIGALL, Josephine married David RIDER. As late as 1950's some relatives were in Richmond area. Benjamin also had brothers living or visiting in MO. WILLIAM H. b. 1843 in IL supposedly died in Richmond June 27, 1879. His wife Elle, and children Srilda and William H. Jr. were probably still in Indiana. Bothers James A.MOYER b. 1841 and John W. MOYER b. 1839 may also have lived in the area. They may also have moved to KA. My grandmother visited MOYERS in both states as late as 1950. Benjamin's mother was Sarah Pippen who probably moved to Ray county following the death of her husband Paul Nathan MOYER in Paris, IL.

Paul Nathan MOYER and Sarah PIPPEN were married in Orange County, IN.They came from NC and SC respectively. Sarah had a sister, I believe, who married George MOCK. Both families moved to Paris, IL. I have some information of the MOCKfamily. I think there may also have been MOCK families in your area. Any information on this family would be greatly appreciated. I have quite a bit of information on early MOYERS to share. I also have many photos (including Civil War photo of Benjamin F.) and a few letters. I'm really hopeful you have some answers.
Thank you for any help! Meg de Mougin in Indiana


Nancy Sowle, NSowle6262&@aol.com, Fri Aug 29 1997
Looking for Info on James MILLARD m. Mary HAGERTY. Children Robert, Edward, Rachael (m. CORNWELL) and Samuel Clyde MILLARD Samuel MILLARD b. 1882 Cowley Co. KS d. 1952 Calhoun Co. MI, buried in Rice Co. KS by 1st wife Louise MATTHEW 2nd. Jennie BARTLETT m. 1921 Rice CO. KS

Jeanne Marks, tasha@mosquitonet.com, Sat Aug 30 1997
KEMP and SPRUENS. Julia Irene KEMP KNAPP b. 8/13/1908 in Cowley County KS and died 3/25/1994 in Cowley Co KS. Parents were Harry KEMP and Florabelle SPRUENS. I am looking for birth and marriage records of Harry and Florabelle and the names of their parents. Anyone have access to 1900 and 1910 Census for Cowley Co.? Any information would be appreciated.
Charlotte Baruch, cbaruch@uwsp.edu, Mon Sep 1 1997
I am looking for information on the possible marriage of Margaret Bowman in Cowley County sometime in the early 1920s. She was from Oklahoma but attended a business college in Arkansas City. I would appreciate any information about the business college as well. I don't know the name of the school but Margaret would have attended it somewhere around 1917 to 1922. Thanks.
James R. Kelly, jkelly@jeffnet.org, Thu Sep 4 1997
I know very little of my fathers family: my father,WWII Veteran and awarded the Silver Star, Joseph Eugene Kelly, b. 3-29-20 d.ca.1964 in Winfield, KS, married to Nellye Thompson;survived by sons James Ross Kelly (myself) and Dennis R. Kelly d. 1970; my Grandfather James Kelly b.ca 1875, d. ca,1925 Winfield, KS, married to Maud Davey. James Kelly had several brothers one of whom was Thomas Kelly of Wichita, KS who would have been born approx. 1900-1905.
Jeb Brown, jebbrowns@aol.com, Sat Sep 6 1997
seeking info. on the following BROWNS in cowley co. from the late 1860s on...removed from Ky. william w & edith e. BROWN from Johnson co. Ky. with these children 1. Lafayette b. 1855 2. Christopher C. b. 1856 3. Georgian b. 1858 4. Leander C. b. 1859 5. Jefferson Davis b. 1861 6. Wm. w. b. 1864 7. Andrew Jackson b. 1866 8. John b. 1868. Only reference is that Elija ann dau. of Christoper C. BROWN was born 25 1884 Cowley Co. would like any info. on the above BROWNS, other births, deaths. I do not know names of the towns they may have lived. this family either came thru Johnson Co. Ks. to Cowley Co. on their way to Ok. (IT). another note states E. A. BROWN wife of Christopher C. Brown deceased dec. 2 at 1 pm 1884 deheter Kans. Deheter may be misspelled as I cannot find that name in my atlas, unless it was changed to another name. Andrew Jackson is my grandfather.any info. no matter how minute would be very helpful to me.
Sharon Lang, LangSynon@aol.com, Sun, 7 Sep 1997
I have been unable to find Floral Kansas on any map. From an old letter I have, it appears an ancestor of mine, Gideon Lease, lived in Floral, Kansas about 1900. Would you happen to know if this town existed and, if so, what township it was located in? If the name has changed, would you know where it is now called? Thank you so much for any help you may be able to give me.
Ina PersingPummill, ipummill@arkansasusa.com, Mon Sep 8 1997
William M. PERSING, and I think wife Gracie Joy Persing moved to the Dexter, Cowley County area after 1875 from Eudora. They lived there until Wm. made the 1889 land run to Gutherie, OT. Except for one cemetery that listed two of their children, I have not been able to find any more information about the family while they were there. She or second wife would not go to homestead with WM, so stayed in Cowley County. I am looking for land, tax, census records, marriage records, etc. to show what happened in those years. Yountest son of WM is said to be with another wife, but do not know name or when married. I would appreciate any information that someone can help me with. Ina Persing Pummill
Kim Allison Preston, preston@jps.net, Wed, 10 Sep 1997
Surnames I have information on: ADAMS, LEWIS, HOYT, COBLE. My Cowley County relatives are from Dexter - some still reside there. We really enjoyed our visit back to my mom's "roots". She grew up in Dexter. People can E-mail me, or they can find much of the information on my genealogy web site; address posted below. Thanks again - Kim Allison Preston
Check out our web site at //www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/l/l/Kim-M-Allison/
Kenneth Thomas, thomask@iland.net, Sat, 13 Sep 1997
I am currently researching the Surnames IRWIN / THOMAS.
S. Carter, ppl_eac@shsu.edu, Sun, 14 Sep 1997
I was just thrilled to find your site and wanted to let you know I am doing family lines in Winfield and having a hard time finding the person I want to find. I have a lady in Utah that has opened some doors for me. I am wanting some information on the SE Compton Co. that was around in 1905. I was wondering what sort of business it was. My great gr. mother and gr. gr father worked as a team. I am also looking for her. She show us on a city directory in 1908 with her husband and 1905 alone but I can not find a death for her. Not sure where to turn. Limited on funds to make phone calls. She resided in the home on Leonard Heth in 1905. But not 1910. Any suggestions? I know she must have died between 1908 and 1910 since Leonard has her child. The child was raised by an aunt since the death of her mother. Any help would greatly be appreciated.
Sincerly, S. Carter
Alan Campbell, Wed Sep 10 14: 03: 22 1997
Seeking information re: Martin J. Campbell, b. 15 Mar 1886 Winfield, Cowley Co., KS to Alexander Alfred Campbell and Mary O'Hara Campbell
Kenneth Thomas, Sat Sep 13 1997
I am currently researching for any information on Scott V. Irwin b: 9 June 1846 in Cass County, IN, d: 15 February 1920 in Cowley Co, KS. He was married to a Mary J. (Jennie) Thomas. They were parents of 4 (four) boys and 1 (one) girl ; Lewis Irwin, Milton Irwin, Viola Irwin, Chester Irwin, Fred Irwin. Using a combination of old newspapers and the Family Tree Maker program I think that I've located one of my GGreat Aunts. I just need more information on this family group, in particular information on Mary J. (Jennie) Irwin. Her maiden name is THOMAS.
Rita J. Ferguson, Thu Sep 18 1997
Searching for infomation on my great grand father Devore Palmer/Parmer. He died in Winfield in 1891. Married to Huldah Pomeroy Palmer/Parmer. His sons were all born in Winfield. Hugh McConn born 15 Nov. 1879 Angus Devore 20 Dec. 1882 and Carl Stuart born 13 Oct. 1887. He is buried on a farm near Winfield Called Rocky Point. I would be grateful if some one could send me any information on him or his family. According to a family story, he had an intrest in the bank and also a store of some kind..
Steve Hales, Sun Sep 21 1997
I am looking for information about the parents and ancestors of James Irving MITCHELL, born Arkansas City, Cowley Co. , KS on 4 Jan 1843. His father is William MITCHELL, born about 1817 and His mother is Mary GAXON , born about 1821.
Marilyn Cain, Springdale, AR, Sun, 21 Sep 1997
I would like directions to Springside Cemetery. Any help you can give me will be appreciated with regards to cemetery location or good genealogy libraries to visit. Names I am researching there are HAMMON(D) and INGLE and connections. Some of them were at Udall, Winfield, and Arkansas City areas that I know of. I am having computer problems, so if you reply and I don't acknowledge it, please know that I thank you for your help.
Michael Butler Thu Sep 25 07: 43: 18 1997
Requesting any info on Samuel Edwin Butler and his children Charlie William ( born 21dec1874 ) , Fannie , and George . Charlie was born in Dexter , Kansas (Cowley County)..

Sue Sparkman Mon Sep 29 06: 38: 13 1997
HELP! Looking for ANY information regarding Oliver Perry Sparkman who was born in 1829 in Tennessee, moved to Missouri about 1857, and eventually to Maple City, Cowley Co., Kansas where he died October 5, 1891. He was married twice-first to Caroline and secondly too Hannah Jane Witt on Feb. 8, 1853 White Co., Tennessee. Oliver and Hannah were the parents of Lucinda, Jerry who died in Cowley Co., in 1936, William, Henry J., John, Perry Oliver, Davidson Dee Turner, Arminda T "Minnie Mae", Lucrecia "Crissy", and Harriett who was born in 1874 near Camden, Cowley Co., Kansas and died November 1954 at Dexter, Cowley Co., Kansas. If you can help with this family please e-mail me! Thanks!

Mark Myers Mon Sep 29 1997
I am researching the following names from Cowley County and surrounding areas.
1) John Orville MYERS (b. 4/2/1903 in Udall, d. 7/5/1968 in Augusta) he is the son of
2) Charles Rufus MYERS (unk) and
3) Mary Ellen SCHWANTES (b. unk in Winfield, D. UNK) she is the daughter of
4) William SCHWANTES (b. GERMANY, d. unk. in Winfield) He is buried in the Mount Vernon Cemetery west of Winfield.
Any help that anyone might be able to provide would be appreciated! Thanks
Mary Hills Tue Sep 30 1997
I'm seeking information/ contact with the descendants of James KIMSEY/KIMZEY, a resident of Cowley Co KS in the 1880s. James was one of the sons of David and Elizabeth [Hamilton]KIMZEY from Marion, Crittenden Co, KY in the early & mid1800s. We are descended from his brother Patrick who married Margeret MCCLUSKEY/MCCLESKEY, dec 1847, d/o David and Minerva [Wilson] MCCLUSKEY, also of Crittenden Co KY Micky Hills
Susan Morgan Guttridge Tue Sep 30 1997
Looking for information on Andrew J. MORGAN and his wife Elizabeth (NIDAY), who would have been residents of Cowley county around 1884, when my grandfather, James Dexter MORGAN, was born. Another child, Nellie May Morgan, was born there in 1885. The family came to Kansas from Missouri. Any help would be appreciated!
Tamera Tue Sep 30 1997
Searching for tombstone info for Thomas Loyd Dobbins and his wife Elizabeth Enyart Dobbins. They are buried in Winfield Ks in a cemetary "on the hill" according to grandpa. Does anyone know of these two?
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