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LASHBROOK posted by Carol Stevens on Tuesday, August 1, 2000

Ralph Lashbrook died Leavenworth December 3, 1946. Looking for additional data on this event, possibly an obituary.

NABORS posted by Kirsten Anne Buckner Roberts on Thursday, August 17, 2000

I am looking for information about my mother's side of the family and I only have a few names and dates the are:
James J. Nabors 1859 Leavenworth County, Leavenworth Township

Charles Nabors (great-grandfather late 1800s)
Theresa Jewel Nabors (grandmother 1913 or 1917-12/73)

Theresa Jewel went to school in Beloit and in Kansas City

Any information please contact me at Frankandkirsten@aol.com Thank You

ODEM, ODOM, ODUM posted by Melissa on Saturday, August 19, 2000

I'm looking for ANY info. on Samuel Jacob(Jake) ODOM B:1829 PICKENS CO,AL. D:5/11/1881 KS. Married to Miranda J. Sapp 5/6/1858. I would appreciate any Info.

Thanks,Melissa

AMBROSE, LUTZ, SHOCKLEY posted by Mary A. Powell Sutphin on Tuesday, August 22, 2000

Seeking information on Theodore and Laura Matilda AMBROSE SHOCKLEY family. They were living Tongonoxie in 1890's. I am trying to locate a death date and place of burial for Laura MATILDA.

There were five children in the family, William LUTZ, a child of Matilda's first marriage, Thurman W. SHOCKLEY, WRAY/Ray SHOCKLEY, Percy SHOCKLEY, and Birdie SHOCKLEY BRETZ. Percy was an attorney and lived in Shawnee Mission KS. Dying there in 1969. I would like to locate descendants of any of these people.

I will be most grateful for any help given, Thank you for your help. Mary A. Sutphin in VA.

BIRLEW posted by Gloria Hursey on Saturday, August 26, 2000

Can anyone tell me the address to write to in order to find out if my Lafayette BIRLEW ancestor is buried in the National Cemetery at Wadsworth, KS. He lived at the Old Soldier's Home in Wadsworth before his death in 1932.

Thanks for any help. It will be very much appreciated.

SARGENT posted by Franklin M Clay on Saturday, August 26, 2000

Searching Mount Muncie & Spring Grove cemeteries. Looking for Sargent family info - Franklin Pierce Sargent - do not know birth or death dates

BENTON, CUNDIFF, FRALEY posted by Buffy Marie Nodal on Tuesday, August 29, 2000

I am looking for information on The Fraley Family below: SARAH JANE (FRALICK) FRALEY (name change in 1854) b.30NOV1849 Altoona,PA d.12FEB1931 Evergreen Sanitarium,Leavenworth,KS m. JOHN WESLEY BENTON (1843-1902 from Ohio) [father: JOHN (FRALICK) FRALEY (21Sep1821-??)]

CROSSLAND, FISHER, GREENAWALT, HOWELL posted by Vicki Schaefer on Saturday, September 2, 2000

Could someone tell me if there was a finishing school for young ladies in Leavenworth during the 1860's. Thanks. vicki

BRYANT, COPENHAVER posted by Donna Copenhaver Bronner on Tuesday, September 5, 2000

Greetings!

I'm searching for information on my grandparents and great aunts/uncles--long time residents of Leavenworth. I'd like to know more about their parents and siblings. Obits, birth, death, marriage, military records, land records would be of interest. Here's what I know.

George Copenhaver:
DOB: Feb. 11, 1876 (he MAY have been born in Leavenworth)
DOD: Jan. 6, 1964 in Leavenworth, KS
Married: Cora Bryant, Nov. 24, 1908 in Leavenworth, KS (Block 0, pg. 91, #15180). I have this certificate.
Children: Frederick Bryant Copenhaver, born Nov. 7, 1913, Leavenworth, KS. Some time after Fred's birth, a set of twins was stillborn. I know nothing more about them.

Lived at 708 Kickapoo for many years. George Copenhaver owned a cigar store around WWI.

Parents of George: Fred (Frederick?) and Susan Copenhaver (maybe Koppenhaffer or Kopenhaver)

Siblings of George: Fred (?), William (?), John, Bertha, Louise. As far as I know, only George married. Bertha & Louise Copenhaver died in Leavenworth, and I think one or more of the brothers may have. They lived at 733 Kickapoo Street. Louise attended a Lutheran church at the time of her death but they did not perform her funeral service. All of the Copenhavers are buried at Mt. Muncie Cemetary.

George and his siblings spoke English/German. Bertha still had an accent when she died.

Cora Bryant Copenhaver:
DOB: Sept. 5, 1883
DOD: April, 1975
Parents: Thomas (DOD: Aug, 1936-July 9, 1912 and Mary E. (June, 1842-Oct.1930) Bryant.
Siblings: Laura, Walter, Charles, Mary, Anna (Cline), Wallace

Can anyone help me out with any of this, or point me in the right direction?

Thanks, Donna Copenhaver Bronner

LEVISEE posted by Kathy Kalb on Thursday, September 7, 2000

Looking for family members related to Royal and Phoebe Levisee, married around 1874. Their daughter Emma would be my great grandma.
Thanks,
Kathy Kalb

FAITH, MARTIN posted by Melissa Antos on Tuesday, September 12, 2000

Looking for information on descendants of Edward Martin, circa 1880- 1902, from Leavenworth County, specifically Linwood.  Children from his  first marriage to Rebecca Albright include Jane (Mrs. George Dellitt),  deceased by 1921; Daniel, possibly William Daniel, deceased by 1921;  George Albert, deceased by 1921, may have died in Bonner Springs at age  of 40; and John Franklin (my great-grandfather).  Children from his  second marriage to Eliza Ann Harness included James, deceased by 1921;  Thomas Warring Martin (cashier of the Linwood State Bank); Mary  Augusta, died 1909; Richard, deceased by 1921; and Edward.  All the  Martin's buried in Mt. Sidney Cemetery are my family.  Willing to share  information on descendants of John Franklin.  

COATES, FOLEY, HOLDEN, MILLER, OGDEN, WELSH, YOUNG posted by Virgil D. Miller on Thursday, September 14, 2000

I am researching Major Edmund A. Ogden and families connected to him.

In spring of 1855 Major Edmund A. Ogden, then QuarterMaster, Ft Leavenworth bound for Ft Riley with 55 Wagons of Material to construct buildings there. In Aug 1855 Died from Cholera. A story printed in either the Kansas Register or the Kansas Weekly (Microfilm Reel 11 (L-2891 or L-834)

The article says, "From our Extra of Sunday Evening Leavenworth City, K.T., Sunday Evening, August 5. "the first line in the first paragraph says "Mr Panton of this city, hearing of the news of the illness of Maj. Ogden (his brother-in-law) left here at six o'clock Saturday evening " (I assume to go to Ft Riley to check on Major Ogden)

I would like to get someone to check city directories for the 1855 Census for Leavenworth County for all information pertaining to Mr. Panton and family and any family with the names of Ogden that may be living there at that time. I also would like to obtain a photocopy of the story printed in applicable paper.

RENZ, RINZ posted by Vicki Oeding on Thursday, September 14, 2000

Looking for information on Goldie Renz born about 1902 in Leavenworth, Kansas. Fathers' name is Robert Renz.

COLBY, COLVIN posted by Robert L. Colvin on Sunday, September 17, 2000

Sidney Oeville Colvin - Grandfather
Pearl Naoma Colby-Grandmother
lived in Leavenworth from 1904(?)till 1927.Both of their sons went to High school in Leavenworth.Also trying to find where there lived in Leavenworth.

ARMSTRONG, BLANTON, CAREY, CHOUTEAU, COFFEE, COLEMAN, DEAVER, DOUGHERTY, HOLLIDAY, HOWE, HUTCHINSON, JOHNSON, LOWE, MATHEWSON, RICHARDS, SIMMERWELL, SPENCER, SQUIRE, STRINGFELLOW, WALLACE, WEAVER posted by Rose Richards on Monday, September 18, 2000

A copy of "Four Centuries in Kansas" by Bliss Isley and W.M. Richards, published by The State of Kansas, copyright 1944 (rev. from 1936 edition), just came into my posession. It's an elementary school textbook, so covers a myriad of topics, but mentions several prominent and pioneer citizens. I'd be glad to do lookups regarding SPECIFIC individuals. Here are a few surnames - Armstrong, Blanton, Carey, Chouteau, Coffee, Coleman, Deaver, Dougherty, Holliday, Howe, Hutchinson, Johnson, Lowe, Mathewson, Simmerwell, Spencer, Squire, Stringfellow, Wallace, Weaver. --Rose Richards

BODDAFELDT, BORNHAUSER, BUTTERFALL, FROHN, LITCHEN, SCHWATKE, STORM, TREFF, WITT, ZAPP posted by Diana Millsap Treff on Tuesday, September 19, 2000

Would like to converse with anyone researching these names. Especially if they had roots in the Levenworth, County area 1854 to present. Have much documentation along with many blanks. Sincerely, Diana Treff

BERGFRIED, EWING, HOWELL, METSCHAN, RENZ posted by Dr. David M. Howell on Thursday, September 21, 2000

Need dates of marriage in 1860-1880

SUTTON posted by Betty Herrman on Thursday, September 21, 2000

Seeking proof of Caleb W Sutton having lived near Tonganoxie Daughter, Minnie J born there Oct 1870 died 1871 and son, Alonzo born Dec 1872. Wife, Perry Ellen. Believe the family returned to Iowa about 1874.

ADAMS, STEVENS posted by Mark Stevens on Friday, September 22, 2000

Seeking to confirm marriage of:
Howard Stevens to Mary Elizabeth Adams

Marriage performed at:
Easton, Leavenworth, KS

On: 28 February, 1894

Help!

DANA posted by Diane Diamond on Tuesday, September 26, 2000

I believe Percy F. Dana was born in 1865 in Stranger Creek, Leavenworth County, KS. His brother, Parsons, was said to be the first white child to be born in Parsons, but I do not have a birth or death date for him. Both eventually moved to SF, CA. They owned the Dana Studio, which specialized in boxing photos. I would like to confirm the birth date and place for Percy, and find a birth date for Parsons. Their father, Winthrop (William) Dana was b. 1832 in Wentworth NH and died at the Old Soldier's Home in Leavenworth. He fought for the Union in the Civil War. I would like a birth date for him and a spouse name. There were three other children in the family. Frances (Fannie), Ross, and William. Any information on any of these Dana's would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Diane Diamond

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