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on Wednesday, September 29, 2004
John R. Weatherby, b. abt. Sept. 28, 1907, may have spent time in Leavenworth prison between 1925 and 1940. Do not know whether Federal or state prison. According to 80 year old relative, he and some friends stole the safe out of the courthouse in Wichita (?) county, where he was born. Understand Kansas Historical Society would have records of state prisoners in Leavenworth. There may also be a marriage or divorce to "Helen" - last name unknown. All information or tips on how to track down records, if any, gratefully received.
- BUGBEE, GUTHRI, NASH
on Friday, October 22, 2004
Could you please find out some information for me on Roscoe E. Bugbee, married to Mary Ann Nash, they had two sons, on the 1880 census it shows Maud Guthri as a (bound) girl in that household, after that she disappears. She was my Grandfather's sister. Any information would be appreciated.
- DECKER, HASSLER, WELCH
Jimmye Lou Whittington
on Monday, November 8, 2004
I am searching for a Flora Helen Hassler Welch Decker that I believe may be in an unmarked grave at perhaps Hubbel Cemetery near Tonganoxie,Ks
Can you help?
year of birth 1889
death perhaps between 1950 &1971
all help appreciated
i am doing my family tree and have hit a brick wall on Aunt flora. She is my Dads Sister.
Thanks so much
on Monday, November 22, 2004
Can anyone help me to find details of the crime(s) of Casper (or Caspar) Cohen who was an inmate of Leavenworth at the time of the 1910 Census.?
Thanks in advance for any help
- HELMICK, MERSMAN, MERSMANN
on Thursday, January 6, 2005
I am looking for death and burial information for Christopher Theodore Mersman (Mersmann). He was married to Mary Elizabeth Helmick in 1859 at St Joseph's Catholic Church in Leavenworth and killed by Quantrill's raiders in Leavenworth Feb 25, 1865.
Is there a Catholic cemetery associated with St Joseph's?
I did find this entry in Leav county cemetery list:
Meserman Easton Easton which maybe indicates Easton cemetery.
on Saturday, January 8, 2005
I am searching for family of BENJAMIN FRANKLIN EDWARDS, born in TN 1829. He was married to Sarah Dooley, 1857. Benjamin lived in Lowenmont, KS. He died in 1913 and is buried in the Round Prairie Cemetery. My great-grandfather was Samuel Adams Edwards, a brother of Benjamin's.
on Saturday, January 15, 2005
I am looking for marriage license information for Vee Butler and Emily Porter between 1893 and 1917.
- HUESGEN, SAUER
on Monday, January 17, 2005
I am looking for more information on Capt. John Peter Huesgen of Leavenworth. John Peter's obituary is titled with the "Capt", but the only reference I have found is the Company Commander of the "German Rifles" was J. B. Huesgen. I can not find any other information on the "German Rifles".
He was a Grocer in Leavenworth but in one of the census records his occupation is "Land Agent". His daughter Mary Helen Huesgen married Otto Sauer in Leavenworth on Aug. 17, 1876 and moved to Colorado. His other daughters married and moved away. His only Son operated a Drugstore in their old Grocery, but I think he moved to New York. Any other information about the Huesgen's would be appreciated.
on Sunday, February 13, 2005
I am wondering where I would find the marriage registration for Thomas McCaully born August 26, 1848 in Toronto, Ontario and his wife Margaret Ann of Terra Haute, Indiana. I believe that they were married in Leavenworth around 1882. Their first son John was born in Leavenworth in 1883. Any help would be appreciated as I am researching from Toronto, Ontario. Thomas was my great-great-uncle.
- BLAKELY, BROWN, GRAHAM, MONTGOMERY, NORTH
on Sunday, February 20, 2005
I am seeking information on Thomas M Blakely, married June 12, 1856 in Leavenworth,Ks to Mary Brown. He was a Wagonmaster with the Quartermaster Corps, hauling supplies to the Forts along the Oregon Trail. His wife Mary was living with the George W Graham family in Stranger Township of Leanvenworth County in the 1860 Kansas census. Also Tom's son Henry Blakely age 3 born 1856 according to the census record. Any and all information would be welcomed. What I really would consider a find is a copy of their marriage license and where Tom was in the 1860 Census.
on Thursday, February 24, 2005
I am interested in any information concerning Weinsteins or, more generally, Jewish pioneers or settlers in and around Fort Leavenworth, KS, in the 1860's.