Number: 203 --- Name: Aaron SHIELDS --- Age: 23 --- Convicted: April 17, 1874 --- Crime: Grand larceny --- Where convicted: Lincoln County --- Sentence: 2 years --- Race: White --- Reads: yes Writes: yes --- Occupation: Laborer
Taken from "Statement of Convicts Confined During the Fiscal Year of 1875" in The Annual Report of the Kansas State Penitentiary (Leavenworth, Kansas). (published in Topeka, Kan. : State Printing Works, 1875)
Number: 41 --- Name: John BOGY --- Age: 36 --- Date of Sentence: --- April 16, 1875 Crime: Burglary and larceny --- Where convicted: Lincoln County --- Nativity: Virginia --- Sentence: 8 years --- Race: --- White
Number: 115 --- Name: William GARNER --- Age: 27 --- Date of Sentence: April 16, 1875 --- Crime: Burglary and larceny --- Where convicted: Lincoln County --- Nativity: Virginia --- Sentence: 6 years --- Race: White
Number: 308 --- Name: Aaron SHIELDS --- Age: 23 --- Date of Sentence: April 17, 1874 --- Crime: Grand larceny --- Where convicted: Lincoln County --- Nativity: Pennsylvania --- Sentence: 2 years --- Race: White
Taken from "Statement of Convicts Confined During the Fiscal Year of 1876" in The Annual Report of the Kansas State Penitentiary (Leavenworth, Kansas). (published in Topeka, Kan. : State Printing Works, 1876)
Number: 31 --- Name: John BOGY --- Age: 36 --- Date of Sentence: --- April 16, 1875 Crime: Burglary and larceny --- Where convicted: Lincoln County --- Nativity: Virginia --- Sentence: 8 years --- Race: --- White
Number: 127 --- Name: William GARNER --- Age: 27 --- Date of Sentence: April 16, 1875 --- Crime: Burglary and larceny --- Where convicted: Lincoln County --- Nativity: Virginia --- Sentence: 6 years --- Race: White
Note: Aaron SHIELDS was released January 18, 1876.
Listing of names and commisioning date: Joseph R. RACKERBY, January 18, 1875
Note: Mr. RACKERBY is also listed as the one notary public for Lincoln County in 1874.
Listing of names and commisioning date: A. M. CARTER, Jan. 10, 1876 --- E. S. PIERCE, Jan. 21, 1876 --- W. S. WAIT, May 18, 1876 --- Walter S. WAIT (Justice of the Peace), February 15, 1876.
Listing of names and commisioning date: A. G. HARDESTY, Jan 13, 1879 --- M. N. STEARNS, Feb 14, 1879 --- Louis CHRISTIE, Feb 14, 1879 --- M. J. WATSON, Feb 21, 1879 --- J. E. WELPY, March 22, 1879 --- Loren E. CROSBY, April 9, 1879 --- Samuel CRAWFORD, May 26, 1879.
A. ABBOTT, Monroe / M.N. ADAMS, Lincoln / C.W. ADAMSON, M.D., Beverly / Huston ANGLIN, Ingalls / H.P. ANDRESON, Denmark / W.A. AUSTIN, Lincoln / J.C. BALDWIN, Woody / Vol. BALL, Beverly / Wm. BAIRD, Vesper / Vol. BALL, Beverly / "The Banner" Company (E.M. PINKERTON, pres., E.S. BOWER, sec.), Lincoln / J.H. BARNUM, Lincoln / C. BERNHARDT, Lincoln / Henry BLACKHALL, Ingalls / Joe. BLOUNT, Topsey / Thos. BOYLE, Pottersburg / J.T. BROADWATER, Denmark / J.M. BRUNT, Lincoln / N.S. BRYANT, Lincoln / A.R. BUSICK, Sylvan Grove / A.N. CASSEL, Syria / A.B. CROSS, Sylvan Grove / Dan B. DAY, Lincoln / Issac DEGRAFF, Beverly / James DOBSON, Syria / Amanda M. DOOLITTLE, Lincoln / Ferdinand ERHARDT, Lincoln / John ERICKSON, Lincoln / R.A. FARRENS, Lincoln / First National Bank (J.T. SMITH, pres., F.A. HEAD, vice-pres., E.W. McJUNKIN, cashier), Lincoln / S.S. FLETCHER, Beverly / A.D. GILPIN, Lincoln / H.H. GILPIN, Lincoln / J.H. GOOD, Woody / GRAHAM Bros., Syria / O.N. GREENE, Lincoln / W.N. HACKENBERG, Lincoln / W.C. HARLEY, Lincoln / J.L. HARPER, Pinon / John HARSHBARGER, Beverly / John HEISER, Pleasant Valley / G.W. HILL, Beverly / H.L. HINCKLEY, Beverly / A. HOLLINGSWORTH, Union Valley / M.W. HURLBUT, Sylvan Grove / F.M. JACKSON, Beverly / Edward E. JOHNSON, Beverly / D.R. KERNOHAN, Beverly / Henry KERR, Shady Bend / E.S. KING, Ingalls / H. KINGSLEY, Shady Bend / Henry KISSICK, Beverly / Christ KRUSE, Lincoln / LAMBERT brothers, Wilson / David LANDES, Bererly / S.R. LAWSON, Wilson / W. H. LEAF, Pottersburg / Jas LITTLE, Monore / John M. LORD, Cedron / George M. LUTES, Lincoln / W.B. MCBRIDE, Beverly / John MEDCRAFT, Lincoln / H.H, MEER, Shady Bend / J.D. MILLER, Lincoln / W.F. MORGAN, Sylvan Grove / R.L. MORRICAL, Pottersburg / J.L. NYGAARD, Denmark / J.J. PEATE, Beverly / John PINKERTON, Lincoln / C.C. PRATT, Lincoln / L.J REES, Lincoln / A.S. ROBINSON, Lincoln / D. ROBINSON, Lincoln / Saline Valley Bank (A.N. SCHUSTER, pres., H.T. WALKER, vice-pres., A. Marshall, cashier), Lincoln / A. SHINER, Lincoln / D.C. SKINNER, Shady Bend / E.T. SKINNER, Monroe / Geo. E. SMITH, Tower Spring / James A. SMITH, Lincoln / J.M. SMITH, Pottersburg / Capt. J. T. SMITH, Lincoln / Thos. J. SNELL, Lincoln / John SPEARS, Pottersburg / H.S. STEELE, Monroe / James STEWART, Cedron / P.B. STOVER, Lincoln / Rev. George TENNY, Lincoln / J.H. TRACY, Beverly / Horace TRUMAN, Lincoln / M.H. VAN FLEET, Lincoln / Capt. H.B. VENNUM, Lincoln / WATERMAN brothers, Lincoln / J.P. WEBB, Monroe / J.W. WEBB, Monroe / N.A. WEED, Beverly / Jacob WEIDMAN, Pleasant Valley / W.T. WILDE, Beverly / J.M. WILLIAMS, Ingalls / R. WILLIAMS, Ingalls / R.S WILMARTH, Lincoln / / WILMARTH & RYAN (livery barn), Lincoln / Geo. A. WOLFKIEL, Lincoln / Thomas WRIGHT, Monroe. / M.L. ZIGLER, Ingalls
THIS IS A REEEEAL LONG ONE! The statewide directory was indexed by towns so we have listed the Lincoln County towns found in the directory followed by individuals and/or businesses.:
BARNARD... A.W. HALEY, postmaster / Barnard Bee (William DE VINNY, publr.) / Barnard Lumber Co. / Commercial Hotel (J.J. FITZGERALD, propr.) / C.W. COULSON, baker / W.W. EVANS, general store / Farmers' Implement Co. / Farmers' State Bank (James WILD, pres.; J.A. LOUNSBURY, cashier) / Farmers' Union Store / First National Bank (F.F. BRACKLIN, pres.; C.W. BRIDENSTINE, cashier) / GAGE Bros., general store / J.G. GIBBS, meats / A.R. GOODWIN, dentist / A.M GRIFFITH, lumber / H.J. GRUNDMEIER, confectioner / A.W. HALEY, jeweler / H.L. HINCKLEY, physician / G.W. HOLLAND, drugs / JOHNSON Bros., general store / E.H. JUDD, furniture / LEIDIGH & HAVENS, lumber / J.E. MARSHALL, general store / W.E. MOONEY, osteopath / MORRISON Grain Co. / Mrs. C.A. PRICE, milliner / John D. REESE, physician / Wm SHIRLEY, livestock / SILL and VAUGHN, general store / G.W. SOLDERS, livery / A.M. TOWNSEND, physician / Joseph WEAR, live stock / E.E. WIBAG, clothing / E.V. WINES, confectioner.
BEVERLY... John H. HORRY, postmaster / Clio ANDERSON, general store / G.M. ANDERSON, physician / Akansas Lumber Co, coal and lumber / Belle Springs Creamery Co / BERGMAN Bros., general store / Beverly State Bank (J.J. PEATE, pres; E.T. SKINNER, cashier) / D.E. BURDICK, livery / M. CHAMBERLAIN & Co., hardware / M.I. COX, jeweler / W.A. DEHNER, hardware / Farmers' Elevator Co, grain / E.V. FRITTS, hardware and furniture / W. HANCOCK, real estate / M. HINCHMAN, restaurant / R.H. HORRY, restaurant / MILLER & BLOOMHEART, garage / PEAVY Elevator Co, grain / Rod ROBBINS, hotel / A.F. SCHAEFER, lumber / C.C. SPERRY, hotel / Union State Bank (S.G. PAINTER, cashier).
LINCOLN CENTRE... Wm E. MENOHER, postmaster / Adolph E. ACHTERBERG, farm implts. / Albert H. ACHTERBERG, seeds / ACHTERBERG & FROBANIUS, monuments / Mrs. H.G. ALLEN, proprtr., Windsor Hotel / ANDERSON, Walter H., insurance / Hattie ANGEL, milliner / Arthur ARTMAN, probate judge / James D. BEADLE, baker / BEADLE's Airdome / BOND & BOND (W.S. & R.S. BOND), grocers and meats, BOWER & RASSMUSSEN (Edwin S. BOWER and Emil RASSMUSSEN), real estate / BRANN & REES (Thomas F. BRANN and Howard REES), flour mill / John BROBERG, Jr., automobiles / James D. BROCKETT, manager of Chicago Lumber & Coal Co / Samuel H. BRUNT, real estate / BRYANT's Opera House (E.S. BOWER, manager) / City Hotel (T.M. WILSON, propr.) / Hannah R. COLE, graduate nurse & masseuse / Sarah A. COLE Sanitarium (Dr. S.A. COLE, propr.) / James C. Cooper, seed / COOPER's Ice Plant (J.C. COOPER, propr.), artificial ice / CRAWFORD Bros. (Robert, Thomas, Frank and Samuel), cattle ranch / Joseph G. CUDDY, druggist / Ross CURTIS, automobiles / E.H. DALRYMPLE, cement walks / N.J. DAVISON, real estate / James R. DELAPLAIN, optician / Will DODDS, furn. and undertaker / Harry D. DWIGHT, dentist / Christ ELAND, cement walks / Claud ELROD, live stock / Silas S. EVANS, confectioner / James D. FANCHER, pumps / Farmers' National Bank (E.T. SKINNER, pres; W.B. MCBRIDE, vice pres.; J.S. STOVER, cashier / Norman FRYE, flour / GARRITY Construction Co. (Thomas C. GARRITY, mngr.) / Boyd F. GILKISON, harness / Albert D. GILPIN, abstractor / James W. GRUBB, general store / Alonzo R. HALL, furniture / HALL Drug Co. (Henry M. and Harry D. HALL), drugs / Henry M. HALL, physician / Robert T. HAMMONS, dentist / Dr. HANNEMAN, physician / Harris E. VAUGHN, milliner / George HAWKINS, insurance / Archibald HAZEN, plumber / L.C. HENDRICKSON, jeweler / Fred W. HERMAN, grain elevator / Home Lumber Co. / Hub Clothing Store / Alfred HULTNER, physician / George HUNDERTMARK, real estate / John R. HUNTER, furniture / Joseph JACKSON, real estate / Kansas Christian College (Rev. George R. STONER, pres.) / Kansas Lumber Co. / Lambert KERR, physician / Wm W. KING, auctioneer / KING & BERRY (Wm KING and Charles BERRY), 2d hand goods / Paul A. KOHLER, harnessmaker / John C. KYLE, tinsmith / Lloyd L. LANG, restaurant / LEIDIGH & HAVENS Lumber Co. (W.R. Beaumont, mngr) / Lincoln Hotel (David SHIRK, propr) / Lincoln Library (Mrs. RATHBUN, librarian) / Lincoln Mercantile Co. (John WHALEN, mngr), general store / Lincoln Republican (W.E. MENOHER, publisher) / Lincoln Roller Mills, flour / Lincoln Sentinel (Wenslow CIPRA, publr.) / Lincoln State Bank (L.V. MINX, pres.; A.W. ELGIN, cashier) / Lincoln Tank and Plumbing Co. / Lincoln Telephone Co. (Fred W. HERMAN, propr.) / Lincoln Steam Laundry (Noland B. REES, Jr., propr.) / James LOUGHRIDGE, physician / Emory LOVIN, confectionary / L.A. LOVIN, hotel / George LYON, livery / Willard E. LYON, real estate, loans and insurance / Wendell W. MCCANLES, county atty. / David E. MCCOLLUM, publr. of Lincoln Republican / Bernice MCCURDY, cashier at Farmers' National Bank / Edwin A. MCFARLAND, lawyer / Mrs. MCMANUS, milliner / Abram MARSHALL, pres of Saline Valley Bank / James B. MARSHALL, real estate, loans and insurance / MARSHALL and LAMAR (James B. MARSHALL and Claudius E. LAMAR), real estate / Loraine A. MARTY, physician / William E. MENOHER, publisher of Lincoln Republican / Warren METZER, wagonmaker / MEREDITH & MIDDLETON (Fitzhugh MEREDITH and Wm MIDDLETON), meats / Augustus L. MILLER, jeweler / Jacob D. MILLER, lawyer / Wm MILLER, cream / Lawrence V. MINX, stock buyer / MINX and BOWER (Lawrence V. MINX and Edwin S. BOWER), real estate and livestock / J.J. MOFFITT, dentist / D.R. MOORE, drugs / Christian MUNCH & Co. (Christian MUNCH and Emil RASMUSSEN), general store / Swan NELSON, hardware / Paul Newlon, physician / W.T. NIMMONS, lawyer / John D. PECKHAM, livery / Henry PEPER, drayman / PEPPER Bros. (Ed M. and Allen A.), notions / PETERSON and GRAVES (Oscar PETERSON and Henry D. GRAVES), plumbers / M.B. PLASMYER, photographer / David PONTIUS, drayman / PORTER and Sons (Harry U. PORTER, manager), general store / Clarence E. PURDY, clothes cleaning / C. Ellsworth ROBINSON, grain elevator / Adolph ROENIGH, harnessmaker / RYAN Bros. (Fred G. and Charles F.), whole and retail dealers in horses and mules / Edward J. RYAN, live stock / George W. RYAN, dentist / Saline Valley Bank (Abram MARSHALL, pres.; L.J. REES, vice pres.; Joseph A. SHELLINGER, cashier) / SHELLABARGER Mill & Elavator Co. / C.F. SHIMEALL & Son (Clark F. and John J.), clothing / James M. SHIPLEY, photographer / A.L. SHIRE Co. (Albert L. SHIRE), general store / Henry C. SIMPSON, live stock / Skandia Furniture Store / J.J. SMITH, pumps / SMITH & BROWNING (J. Albert SMITH, mgr.), hardware / A.A. SPEAR, hardware / Barney F. SPENCER, optician / STEVENSON & MOHR (E.H. STEVENSON and Carl MOHR), clothing / Jesse L. STONER, jewelry / J.S. STOVER, cashier of Farmers' National Bank / C.C. STRAWN, cream / SWIFT & Co., cream station / Omer THOMAS, confectionery and restaurant / TIMMERMAN & CLEVELAND (L.C. TIMMERMAN and A.J. CLEVELAND), automobiles / TROUP and ROBINSON (Walter W. TROUP and C. Ellsworth ROBINSON), hardware / A.K. VANDERBILT, clothing / Mrs. Francis VOTRUBA, cigar maker / Edward WACKER, harness / WALTING Sisters, dressmakers / Petrea WANDT, restaurant / WATERMAN & SMITH (Edwin A. WATERMAN and Joseph J. SMITH), windmills and well contractors / George M. WEEKS, lawyer / John WHALEN, farm implements / WHITE Bros., livery / WICKER and PEACOCK, tailors / WINDSOR Hotel (Mrs. H.G. Allen, propr.) / S.C. WOLFORD, farm implements / W.H. YENCER, cream station / Boston ZINK, bakery. MILO...John R. CLARK, postmaster and general store / MORRISON Grain Co.
SYLVAN GROVE... James A. SCHILLING, postmaster (also publisher of the Sylvan Grove News) / J.G. ALLEN & Sons, livery / BEHRHORST Bros., hardware and implts. / J. BLYTHE, jeweler / I.N. BOYLE, hotel / W.H. BREIHAN, insurance / CALENE Mercantile Co., general store / Commercial Hotel (L.A. LOVIN, propr.) / Continental Creamery Co. / W.W. DEHLER, real estate and insurance / O.F. DIERKER, physician / Famers' Elevator Co., grain / Farmers' State Bank (W.B. MIDDLEKAUFF, press; F.C. LARSEN, cashier / B.F. FOSTER, produce and feed / L.A. GRIEGER, hardware and implements / HOFFER Bros., general store / H.B. HOPPER, jeweler / Minnie JOHNSON, milliner / Wm KOHLER, harness / F.C. LARSEN, insurance / S.R. LAWSON, agrl implements / LEIDIGH & HAVENS Lumber Co. / M. MERCH, hotel / Midland Elevator Co., grain / R.F. PECK, meats / H. PETERSEN, furniture and undertaker / RARRERTY Bros., general store / ROBINSON and LATTO, grain, coal and lumber / SAENGER Bros., hardware and implements / O.W. SHELKSOHN, physician / M. STOUT, restaurant and confectioner / Sylvan Grove Produce Co., / Sylvan Grove Bank (A.R. BUZICK, pres; H.S. BUZICK, cashier) / G.F. THAEMERT, music / Stoy E. WARE, drugs / M.E. WUNDERLICH, grain.
VESPER... E.E. JEPSEN, postmaster / Wm BAIRD, gardener / S.D. BRUMBAUGH, grain dealer / CROMWELL and POWERS, hardware / Farmers' Elevator Co. / Wm FLAHERTY, livery and feed / JEPSEN and CROMWELL, general store / LEIDIGH and HAVENS Lumber Co. / MIDDLEKAUFF and HECK, restaurant / M. NEWTON, physician / Joseph SCHNELL, general store / Vesper State Bank (W.B. MIDDLEKAUFF, pres.; A.F. MORGENSON, cashier).
Fulton George ACKERMAN (graduate student), Lincoln; Lyllian Gale ANDERSON (junior), Lincoln; Dorothy Alice BACON (freshman), Sylvan Grove; Margaret Clarissa GREENE (freshman), Beverly; Lewis Harold BACON (senior), Barnard; James Howard EVANS (senior), Barnard; Helen Jeanette GREENE (graduate student), Beverly; Olga Christene LARSEN (sophomore), Vesper; Frances Emma MOSS (sophomore), Lincoln; Marian PARSONS, (summer session student), Barnard; Robert Newton SALKELD (junior), Lincoln; William Joseph SCHULTIS (graduate student), Sylvan Grove.
(Note..... If you'd like to see the entire 1932/33 issue of the K-State Student List Number you may borrow it on interlibrary loan through your local library from the State Library of Kansas, 300 SW 10th, Room 343-N, Topeka, KS 66612)
Paul Edmond ALLISON (summer session graduate student), Lincoln; Keith ANDERSON (freshman), Beverly; Floyd Arnold BACON (sophomore), Sylvan Grove; David Edward BOGART (freshman), Beverly; Acton Richard BROWN (junior), Sylvan Grove; Elizabeth Ann BROWN (freshman), Sylvan Grove; Paul Lawson BROWN (senior), Sylvan Grove; Herbert David CAMPBELL (freshman), Beverly; Clayton Maurice DEWHIRST; Robert Donald HILGENDORF (freshman), Lincoln; Harold Rolland JAEGER (senior), Vesper; Maxine Lois MOSS (freshman), Lincoln; George Benjamin MURRAY (freshman), Lincoln; Dale Eugene PERCIVAL (sophomore), Beverly; Kenneth PETERSON (freshman), Vesper; Charles Richard PHILBRICK (freshman), Lincoln; Rhoda PUTZIG (summer session graduate student), Sylvan Grove; Wanda Elinor RECTOR (freshman), Lincoln; William Bruce ROBERTSON (sophomore), Barnard; Roy Lee SHERRELL (freshman), Lincoln; Marjorie Elizabeth SIMMONS (summer session undergrad. student), Barnard; Fred Calvin SPRAGUE (feshman), Lincoln; Jay Rex STEVENS (freshman), Lincoln; Lowell Madison WEBB (sophomore), Beverly; Catherine Eva ZINK (summer session graduate student), Lincoln.
(Note..... If you'd like to see the entire 1940/41 issue of the K-State List of Students you may borrow it on interlibrary loan through your local library from the State Library of Kansas, 300 SW 10th, Room 343-N, Topeka, KS 66612)