Leavenworth County, Kansas Obituaries

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Obituary with surnames RUTHER submitted by Leavenworth County Coordinator. Date of death Thursday, October 22, 1856
Wednesday, Oct. 22, 1856; Leavenworth Journel, Leavenworth, K.T.
Final Settlement-Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the estates of Henry and Conrad Ruther, deceased, late of Leavenworth County, that the undersigned , adminstrator, will make application at the December term of the probate court of said

Obituary with surnames MCAFEE submitted by Leavenworth County Coordinator. Date of death Thursday, October 29, 1856
Wednesday, Oct. 29, 1856 - Leavenworth Journal, Leavenworth, K.T.
Friend McAfee: Kansas affairs are truly awful. The stoutest hearts would sicken at such acts of inhumanity and barbarism. The Ruffians have taken possession of your house. If you expect to find anything at your home on your return,

Obituary with surnames MONROE submitted by Leavenworth County Coordinator. Date of death Friday, November 11, 1856
Thursday, 11-NOV-1856
The Leavenworth Journal, Leavenworth, K.T.
DEATH OF A U.S. JUDGE--The Hon Judge Victor Monroe, late of Kentucky and son of Hon. Thomas H. Monroe of Frankfort, died at Astoria, Oregon Territory on the 15th of August.

Obituary with surnames CLAYTON submitted by Leavenworth County Coordinator. Date of death Friday, November 11, 1856
Thursday, Nov. 11.1856- Leavenworth Journal, Leavenworth, K.T.
Another of America's formost public men has passed from earth. John M. Clayton is dead! He has gone to the tomb, full of years and honors, and his loss will be mourned by the whole country.

Obituary with surnames WEIBLING submitted by Leavenworth County Coordinator. Date of death Wednesday, February 12, 1857
Saturday, 12-FEB-1857 The Leavenworth Journal, Leavenworth, K.T.-Died.- At the residence of his parents in Leavenworth City, at 11 o'clock. P.M. 8th Inst. William G. Weibling, son of Harmon, and Anna Weibling, aged 4 years and 4 months.

Obituary with surnames JUMPS submitted by Leavenworth County Coordinator. Date of death Wednesday, February 12, 1857
Saturday, 12-FEB-1857
The Leavenworth Journal, Leavenworth, K.T < br>Died in this city on Friday Jan. 30th. Mrs. Henrietta A. Jumps, consort of Edward Jumps Esq., in the 23d year of her age. Thus has fallen in the prime of life one whose amiability of demeanor, and generous quality of mind and heart, had made her the chos

Obituary with surnames PADDOCK, PIPER, SHERIDON submitted by Leavenworth County Coordinator. Date of death Monday, September 12, 1857
Saturday, 12-SEP-1857

Leavenworth Weekly Journal

MARRIED--On the 8th of September at the Shawnee House, Leavenworth City, by Rev. G.W. Paddock. Hon. Henry C. Sheridon esq of Council City, K.T., to Miss Elizabeth Piper, of Seneca, Ontario County. N.Y.

Obituary with surnames SCOTT submitted by Leavenworth County Coordinator. Date of death Monday, September 12, 1857
Saturday, 12-SEP-1857Leavenworth Weekly Journal
DIED -- On Sunday morning, the 6th instant, Col. Thomas F. Scott, aged 34.

Obituary with surnames PEARSON submitted by Leavenworth County Coordinator. Date of death Friday, October 27, 1857
Tuesday, 27-OCT-1857Leavenworth Weekly Journal
DIED -- In this city on Saturday the 23rd Inst., after a short illness, Charles E. Pearson, late of Philadelphia and formerly of Richmond, Va. He leaves a large circle of friends to mourn his early death.

Obituary with surnames BROOKS submitted by Leavenworth County Coordinator. Date of death Thursday, January 29, 1868
Wednesday, 29-JAN-1868
Leavenworth Weekly Bulletin, Leavenworth, KS
Mr. A.E. Brooks, of Omaha, was burned to death by pouring kerosene oil on the fire in his room to make it burn quickly. The flames ignited with the contents of the can, and the can bursting spread the flames over him, which burned him so badly that he died

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