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Diana Millsap Treff
on Friday, July 3, 1998
GGGrandfather Treffs' obit., which appeared in the Leavenworth Paper said he served in the KS> MILITIA under Col. Tom Moonlight. I find lots of records about Col. Tom Moonlight, but no mention of men who might have served under him in the militia. Where might i find these records?
- FOWLER, NEAL, NEIL
Dennis M. Neil
on Sunday, July 5, 1998
Seeking any information on a Nelson NEAL or NEIL ca 1860-80 in Leavenworth, Kansas. Nelson had daughter Emily who m C. F. FOWLER. She d ca 1870 in Kansas, probably Leavenworth County. Any information would be greatly appreciated. If this is your line, I have considerable information and would be glad to share. Thanks.
on Wednesday, July 15, 1998
Looking for any info on Joseph and Mary KUNASEK who lived between McLouth and Toganoxie, Leavenworth County, Kansas from April 1895 to Feb. 1910. They had 7 children born during this time.
on Tuesday, August 4, 1998
Looking for my great-grand father Jacques Raymond, who was a scout at Ft. Leavenworth during the close of the Indian Wars. He died from gun-shot wounds sustained on the trail during a battle with indians in the vicinity of Leavenworth. He may have been burried on the trail or returned to the Fort and burried in the National Cemetery. He was married to Marguerite (_) and they had a daughter Marguerite Raymond who was my grand-mother. The approx date of his death would have been sometime in the 1890's. Sketchy info, I know. Thanks. /Jim/
on Wednesday, August 12, 1998
I am trying to get infromation on a US Senator from Kansas by the name of Alexander CALDWELL (b?) (d 1917) He was born to a Capt. James CALDWELL and a Jane (DRAKE) born in the town of Newton Hamilton PA Newton Hamilton is approximateyl 50 mile east of ALtoona This CALDWELL family is related to my GGandfather James R Taylor from Newton Hamilton as a second cousin. The CALDWELL"S had three children Alexander (above), Lizzie , and Mary Mary married (3/10/1870) Thomas Alexander MELLON , Son of Judge Thomas Mellon the founder of the Melon Bank in Pittsburgh The Mellonbank is one of the largest bank in our county I would appreciate any information that could be found on this person a history in your State Thank you Lynn T. Wagner -- Have A Nice Day !
- SMELSER, SMITH
on Friday, August 21, 1998
I am searching for the death of my great grandfather, George Robert Smith, who resided in Leavenworth in 1891 and 1892. He was listed in the Hoyle's Leavenworth City Directory those years. In the year 1893 my great grandmother, Laura Smelser Smith, is listed as the widow of George. They had four children: Harry, Frank, Daisy, and Bessie. In 1900 Laura and the children are listed in the Platte County, Mo. census. Family gossip is that George Robert Smith was murdured during or after a poker game and died in the local hotel there in Leavenworth. Anyone with information please contact me. I will share info I have gathered on the Smith line and the Smelser family. Thank you
- SCAGGS, SKAGGS
on Tuesday, September 1, 1998
Looking for any and all Skaggs,Scaggs data from Leavenworth County, Kansas -
on Monday, September 21, 1998
I am looking for any information on Charles R. Bryant. He was my grandfather. I was told that he died in 1919 before my mothers birth. Any information would be appreciated.
on Thursday, September 24, 1998
Interested in communicating with anyone researching BORST families in Leavenworth County KS. 1866 German immigrant William Frederick BORST came to KS by 1879 and farmed in Alexandria Twp. He had five sons and a daughter, most of whom were still in the county in 1920. Especially interested in origin of William Frederick and his wife Christina in Germany and their death and burial data.
- DAWSON, EDWARDS, SPARKS
on Monday, September 28, 1998
I'm trying to locate information on William T Dawson. He was stationed at Ft. Leavenworth, KS from appx 1920 to 1928. He married Bertha (Sparks) Edwards, while there. They had a son born on 7-4-1926.