Jewell County Kansas Queries

 

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Queries May - June 1999


?Burr Oak Cemetery, Ellis, Fitz, Glover, Grover, Henderson, Hill, Hunter, Mann, McConnell, McMullen, Peck, Risewick, Squires, Stansbury, Wishart


Topic: Hill - Hunter, Burr Oak ,1885
From: M. Matthews mariahnp@teleport.com
Date: Monday, June 21, 1999 03:31 PM

Looking for family info abt Rev William Henry Hill of Burr Oak, Jewell Co., and his wife, Elda (Dobbins), parents of Adeline Hill, born 31 Aug 1885 in Burr Oak. Adeline had siblings: Maggie, Fay, Betty, and I suppose others. Would like to know Rev Hill's church affiliation.

I am particularly interested in Adeline and her first husband, James Hunter, who were my mother's parents. They mar abt 1903 and had two children born 1904-1906. James Hunter died abt 1908 and Adeline mar (2) Surber and (3) Kennedy. Any info would be much appreciated.
M. Matthews
mariahnp@teleport.com

From: Abigail
Date: Thursday, August 19, 1999 12:49 PM

The Hills that i am tracing came to jewel Co.kansas from Iowa before that Indiana then before that North Carolina, they were Quakers, and can be found in Quaker books at any good genealogy library, my Hill was Nathan Hill and he started the Quaker church at walnut grove, jewel co kansas, he came from quite a large family of Hills, all from north Carolina. Abigail From: M. Matthews mariahnp@teleport.com
Date: Saturday, August 21, 1999 06:02 PM

Thanks, Abigail. I have since found out that my Rev. William Henry Hill was born in IL and his wife, Elda Dobbins, was born in KS. She may have been a Quaker. M. Matthews

M. Matthews
mariahnp@teleport.com


Topic: Wishart, McConnell, Grover (Betty S. Mortland)
From: Betty S. Mortland <mortlands@juno.com>
Date: Saturday, June 19, 1999 07:31 PM

Surname info please: Wishart, McConnell, Grover (Betty S. Mortland)


Topic: ELLIS/SQUIRES FAMILY
From: Pamela
Date: Saturday, June 19, 1999 12:28 PM

Seeking information regarding my great-grandmother, Estella L. Ellis. She was married to Oren A. Squires and they may have lived in Formoso. According to my records, "Stella" was buried in the Caldwell Cemetery, Jewell Co., KS in 1887. My grandmother, Minnie Alice Squires, was born on 10/17/1885 in Jewell, Jewell Co., Kansas. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Pamela.


Topic: George B. and Minnie Belle McMullen
From: ? please contact tcward@columbus-ks.com if you submitted this information
Date: Saturday, June 19, 1999 03:31 AM

Looking for information for George B and Minnie Belle McMullen who lived in Mankato Kansas in Jewel County in the late 1800 to ??

They had five sons Taylor McMullen William McMullen Smith McMullen Edward Lee McMullen George C.McMullen. In the early 1900's George ran a service station on highway 36. Does anyone have information on my family


Topic: MANN, RISEWICK
From: ? please contact tcward@columbus-ks.com if you submitted this information
Date: Wednesday, June 16, 1999 01:36 PM

Looking for any info on Elmer Roy MANN, b. 1905 in Formoso, Jewell County.I believe his parents were Thomas Howard Mann and Anna Amelia Risewick. Can anyone help?


Topic: Henderson, John Leroy
From: Kerry Henderson kerrysccpl@aol.com
Date: Wednesday, June 09, 1999 04:23 PM

I am looking for information concerning a John Leroy Henderson born in Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas on August 4, 1893. He died on November 28, 1942. Can anyone help me???
Kerry Henderson
kerrysccpl@aol.com


Topic: Peck
From: ? please contact tcward@columbus-ks.com if you submitted this information
Date: Saturday, May 15, 1999 12:21 AM

Interested in the surname Peck. GGGrandfather was Jeremiah Peck b Jul 29 1817 in Vt. d Oct 12 1893 in Kansas. Had 2 sons Aaron and Horace. Horace b Apr 7 1842 married Maggie Hughes and had 3 children Aaron, Annie (twins) b Apr 4 1889 and Emma. Horace and Maggie were killed in a accident about 1900 and the children were boarded out. Annie married Henry Burbidge in 1914.


Topic: Burr Oak Cemetery Internment Records
From: Skip Duett skipaz@aol.com
Date: Wednesday, May 12, 1999 09:13 PM

I am trying to find a name and address (snail or e-mail) for the holder of the internment records for Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Jewell Co., KS. If anyone can provide this, I would be most grateful. Thanks! Skip Duett SkipAZ@aol.com From: Linda Kelly
Date: Sunday, July 11, 1999 03:59 PM

If you are able to locate these, I would also be interested. Many of my ancestors are there, and monument inscriptions are leading to much confusion.

Linda Kelly

From: ? please contact tcward@columbus-ks.com if you submitted this information
Date: Saturday, July 31, 1999 10:02 PM

The North Central Kansas Genealogical Society & Library, located at P.O. Box 251, Cawker City, KS 67430, published a series of five volumes of transcriptions of cemetery headstones for Jewell County about 1983. I'm not sure which volume the Burr Oak Cemetery is in. From: Thelma Cummins Gamble megan@sonnet.com
Date: Tuesday, August 10, 1999 07:35 PM

I am trying to locate the death date for Fielding Close. I believe he was buried in Jewel Co. Ks. in Burr Oak cemetery. It would be after 1880.

Thank you for any help
Thelma Cummins Gamble
megan@sonnet.com


Topic: Fitz, Stansbury, Glover
From: Diane
Date: Saturday, May 01, 1999 09:07 PM

I am looking for more info on Boyd Vern Fitz born 9-28-1900 who married Ruth Stansbury born 10-19-1904 in Burr Oak, Jewell County, Kansas. They have one daughter Glenda Jean born 10-1929 died 11-1929. Ruth's parents were James a. Stansbury and Mae Elizabeth Glover. PLease help if you can. Thanks, Diane.

 


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