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Elk County Queries 2003


Drum, Dunlap, Elk Falls Cemetery, GRAY, Gregory, hamilton, Hollingsworth, Howard Cemetery, Jones, Lisk, New, Woodman


Topic: Jones
Conf: Elk County Queries
From: Bonnie Vinduska ken2bon@wwwebservice.net
Date: Saturday, November 22, 2003 11:02 AM

I am seeking information for my maternal great grandfather, James M. Jones. I have found him in the Elk Co.census for 1880. His wife is listed as Eliza, whom I believe to be his second wife. There are three children listed, Charles E., Amanda, and John R. The first is my grandfather. They went to Payne Co., OK., and are listed in the 1900 census there. I am seeking information on any of these people, but especially the possibility of a first wife named Sophia. I would appreciate any information


Topic: hamilton
Conf: Elk County Queries
From: elsie ammon jammon@carolnet.com
Date: Monday, July 14, 2003 11:30 AM

need any information on a hamilton killed on the rr 1890??leaving 3 children george,glady,john, 2 youngest were placed in an orphanage that burned to the ground latter on in years the oldest son went with his mother father was from ireland or scotland there could be a headstone in your county


Topic: Elk Falls Cemetery
Conf: Elk County Queries
From: Lola Stout kitty@kans.com
Date: Sunday, June 01, 2003 07:23 AM

Does anyone have records of Elk Falls Cemetery , Elk Falls , Ks
Lola Stout kitty@kans.com


Topic: Lisk
From: Merton Franklin mafranklin@sprintmail.com
Date: Friday, May 02, 2003 02:31 PM

I am searching for information on the surname LISK. Norman W. Lisk, shoemaker, and his second wife Mary A. are in the 1880 Federal Census, Elk Falls, Elk Co., Kansas. Norman was born in NY and Mary in KY. It appears to have been her second marriage also, the daughter, Sue Allen, is shown as a step daughter to Norman. They were married in 1870 in Cedar Co. Missouri. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.


Topic: John D Dunlap family
From: Howard Elting howelting@aol.com
Date: Friday, March 21, 2003 09:29 PM

Looking for anyone in Moline that might be able to help with updating family history on John D. Dunlap. came to the area in the 1880's. His daughter married my great grandfather Edwin willis Elting in 1887 in Moline.


Topic: GRAY FAMILY IN ELK COUNTY,KS
From: linda womack lwdff7@aol.com
Date: Friday, January 31, 2003 09:51 PM

I AM LOOKING FOR MY FAMILY OF GRAY WHO LIVED IN ELK COUNTY,
KS.
JOEL C.GRAY WIFE SARAH JANE"JENNIE"BING
CHILDREN
GRACE LUCILLE
MAMIE E.
LESLIE LEE
MELVIN BING
BERTHA BEATRICE HUSBAND HARRY RALPH TANNAHILL
ESTHER
GLENN H.
CLARENCE

I AM HOPING TO FIND SOME OF MY UNCLE CLARENCE'S CHILDREN OR GRANCHILDREN. ONE OF HIS GRANDDAUGHTERS IS KATHY,SHE MAY BE LIVING IN KANSAS OR OKLAHOMA. I SURE WOULD LIKE TO SEE HER AGAIN.1969-1970 WAS THE LAST TIME I SAW HER IN LONGTON, KANSAS.I AM LESLIE TANNAHILL'S DAUGHTER LINDA
THANK YOU FOR LETTING ME POST THIS
LINDA


Topic: Howard Cemetery
From: Ken Kothe kkenk@fiai.net
Date: Sunday, January 05, 2003 04:46 PM

I have a map that shows the Howard Cemetery south of town.
Is that cemetery also known as Grace Lawn? Thanks.

Ken


From: Ethel Winkes evwinkes@juno.com
Date: Sunday, January 19, 2003 11:33 PM

Yes the Cemetery south of Howard Kansas is the Grace Lawn cemetery. I have a lot of relatives buried in this cemetery.


Topic: Woodman / looking for cemetreies for longton
From: gretchen sisco thyrza2002@aol.com
Date: Sunday, November 24, 2002 10:39 AM

looking for phone numbers to longton cematerys. seaching for Frank haskell woodman.


Topic: Frederick New
From: Karen Franco kfranco@tasa.com
Date: Thursday, November 21, 2002 12:08 PM

I am searching for any information regarding my gg-grandfather Frederick New or his wife Rosa New. They were farmers in Union Center Twp. in 1880. His son-in-law was John Goss.


Topic: Drum, Photographers
From: Eagle Jones eaglej@riolink.com
Date: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 03:26 PM

HI: I am trying to find out if a photographer studio by the name of O. DRUM is still in existence in the town of Longton, Kansas. I think that this studio was operating in the late 1880's and the early 1900's
Any info. would be appreciated, Thank you. E.J.


Topic: Hollingsworth
From: Bill Hollingsworth jeanbill7@attbi.com
Date: Thursday, October 31, 2002 03:56 PM

I am Looking for information on my family ancestors that lived in Elk Falls or Elk County. The Hollingsworth family.
Some names I have are John, Jamima(Hollingsworth) Brown.
Francis(Frank),Maude Brown,Harry Brown,Robert W Brown
Thank you,any information will be appreciated.


Topic: Wiley Gregory
From: Frederick Richard frichard01@sprynet.com
Date: Sunday, October 27, 2002 06:06 AM

Seeking Wiley Gregory who died in St.Paul August 8,1885. He is buried in Hope Cem.Seeking second wife and other information

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