LABETTE COUNTY KS
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I am looking for descendants of Scott and Clara Taylor who lived most of their adult life in Oswego, Labette County. They had sons Ray, Wayne, and Merle. I have access to a family Bible with records and old family photos, some in tin-type. The owners of this Bible want it to be returned to its family. It was left in a house that a friend bought.
If anyone knows descendants of these people, please contact me.
Looking for someone who can do a marriage lookup. Or if anyone has any information on the Hamilton Shoate from Tenn. Please email me if you are interested or can give me a contact in Labette County for lookups, Thank you Sharon Wilson
I'm looking for information on my great grandmother and grandfather My grandmother was Florence Ali Ewers married to George Ewers I think she died Jan. 1886 and is buried in Chetopa Cemetery. Would appreciate any information you could find for me, her father, mother where she was born. Etc. The same goes for my Gr. Grandfather. Also any information you might have on my Grandfather George Briggle.
I am looking for Merry Jane Ball or any family or friends of her or her family. At the time of February 1969 she was a resident of Salina. This is in regards to an adoption that was finalized in Labette County on or about April 1969. If any one has any information I would dearly love to know.
I am looking for my great-great grandfather George Washington Willis and his wife Mary J. who lived in Labette County after 1870. He was born in Kentucky about 1806-08 and she was born in Kentucky about 1829.
Jane Marlow Willis firstname.lastname@example.org
My father was born in Edna (?) Kansas in 1875. His father was Peter Zealand Goodwin and mother was Phoebe Robertson (or Robinson) Goodwin. They came to the area from Kentucky, probably between 1873 and 1875. His mother died when Daddy was born and Peter did remarry. I would be interested in any information you have. Family included Eli, Florence, Sally, Eliza, Fanny, and America. It's been a while since I've looked at any of this, so don't remember everyone.
I am looking for information
on my Great Grandfather Lemuel Thomas Dazey born 28 Nov 1874 in Oswego, Labette,
Kansas, I think. His parents were William Wallace Dazey, b. 9 Jul 1847 and Ellen
Lucy Dazey, b. 6 Feb 1856. I am working on a Mayflower application and therefore
am looking for proof of Lemuel's birth. I have seen him listed as Oswego and
Richland, Labette, Kansas. Any help you could provide would be greatly
MILLER MUELLER BOETTCHER
Looking for relatives of Herman Miller. In 1939, Herman was living in Mound Valley, Kansas (Labette County). This is noted in his brotherís, Fred C. Miller, obituary. Fred, Herman, Henry, John, William, Charles and Minnie were the children of Charles and Marie (Boettcher) Miller. Charles (aka Carl Mueller) and Marie were born in Trept am Tollenz Prussia Strausberg Germany. Herman was born about 1868 in Chicago. Fred C. was born in 1866. Their family moved to Dieterich, Effingham County, IL in 1871 from Chicago. I am the granddaughter of Fred C. and Anna (Kolkmeier) Miller. Would appreciate hearing from a relative.
I am looking for Karl Houseweart, Mary Houseweart,and there son, Mark. I know all three are deceased. Karl & Mary were from McCune, KS and I am not sure where Mark was when he died. I think Maine. Can you help me with there birthdates and date of death.
|I am looking for the cemetery, graves or
information of when my 3rd Great Grandfather Jacob H. Beatty and his
wife Mary E. Beatty died. They came to Labette County in the Osage
Township in 1869 according to the Biographical Sketches of Osage
Township that I found. The last Census I found them on was 1885
still living in Labette County, Osage Township, so they died between
1885 - 1895. Jacob was born in Pennsylvania, moved to Ohio,
Illinois then to Kansas and was in the Civil War for a brief time. |
I am also interested in his son Fremont L. Beatty & wife Lillie they may be buried near Cherryvale. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Butler moved on to Dodge City. Would appreciate any vital statistics or general information.
MILLER, MUELLER, BOETTCHER
The following is an update: Through obtaining a death certificate from the State of Kansas, I have found out that Herman W. L. Miller was born June 27, 1884 and died February 9, 1952. He is buried in the Mound Valley Cemetery. He was married Emma Lude and they had 2 daughters, Bernice and Cornelia. Herman also had a brother, Charles A., who died in Kansas before 1940.
Edward G. Allan
Looking for information on Orin White and his children.
Orin White was born in Jennings Co., IN and moved to Fayette Co., IL. He was in the Civil War, Co. F, 14th IL cavalry. He was married twice: Sarah Melissa White and Martha Louella White. His children were William, Nancy, Richard, Mary, Sarah. Orin White is buried in Fly Creek Cemetery, Neoshia Twp. His nieces, Pernina Jane, Gerneva Ellen and Lillie Parks were known to be living in Chetopa, Kansas in 1878 and probably with the White family. The Parks sisters father, Amos Parks, was killed in the Civil War and their mother, Martha Jane White Parks, died shortly after Lillie Parks birth. I would like any information on the Orin White family and the Parks sisters. Pernina Jane Parks and Gerneva Parks returned to Illinois but have no information on what happened to Lillie Parks. I don't know if she married or died at a young age while in Chetopa, Kansas.
Searching for my great great grandmothers parents. I have an idea but still a few questions. Mary Ann Shoemaker died on March 24, 1922 at the home of her son Emmett Shoemaker. She died in Chetopa, Kansas but was buried next to her husband in Lockwood Mo. Since there is no one I know of the family left .I want to complete this side of my family. My grandmother was Lula Shoemaker, Emmett's sister, and my dad her only son was killed in the line of duty when I was 5 so discussions about that side of the family were null. So anyway if you have an idea for this question I would appreciate it.
I am interested in SINCLAIR, Fred C. b. Feb 1885 the son of
Alexander SINCLAIR and Rhoda HUFFMAN) an inmate of the State
Hospital at Parsons City. He is listed on the 1910 census. Any
information on his death or reason for being there would be most
Dorothy A. Sargent
DECKER BIEHLER DIEBOLD
In 1910 Aloise and Martin Decker, from Coffey county took a trip back home to Blodelsheim, Alsace, France to visit family. Both men and
another brother Xavier came to America in 1872-82. A sister Mary Kerbs also came over and settled in Shelby Co. Indiana.
On their trip back to America in 1910 the Decker brothers brought two nephews with them. One boy was their sister Theresa's son whose last name was Biehler. The other was their sister Rose's son whose name was Joe Diebold. He stayed in America and settled in Parsons Kansas. I found a Joseph Diebold (dob 17-Jun-85) listed on the 1917-18 alien list. I am sure this is our relative. Also saw a Joe and Robert Diebold registered in the WWII conflict.(Sons?) Joseph kept contact with his uncles and he and his wife attend Martin's funeral in 1942 at Burlington KS.
I am searching for any information I can find on the Joseph Diebold family.
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