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2001-2006



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LINCOLN COUNTY KANSAS KSGenWeb QUERIES, 2001

Here is a listing of queries on Lincoln County sent in in 2001. This query list is in chronological order. Click here to go to an alphabetical linked index to this query page. To access queries sent in 1996-2000 click here. If you submit a query on a Lincoln County family in the past and it doesn't show up after a week on this page please email us again and give us a "subtle" reminder and we'll make sure it gets on.

jyl privia (email: tarbean@seidata.com) - 09 Jan 2001
I am looking for Clayton Lee SHAFER, I believe he was adopted in 1939 or 1940 he would have been 6 years old. Parents were Cletus Art Shafer and Margaret Elizabeth Adams Shafer-Coatney. Miss Lucretia Scholer was the welfare director in 1940. She may have records or knowledge pertaining to this case. Clayton MAY have had his name changed. It is believed he was in WW2, he was born in Sept. 1933. His siblings are Wanda, Glada, Franklin, and Doris. His father worked at the Perfection Creamery. His mother and father divorced and the children were split up and put into foster care.. They lived in Sylvan Grove and Hoxie


[no name given] (email: Cnjfrogs@aol.com) - 17 Jan 2001
I am researching my family and so far they are mostly from Ottawa co, but could've been in any county! names i have so far from family are: McCONNELL, SANFORD. other names i've come up with are: r.o. BLAIN, Rodman BLAIN, West WATSON, Irving EARL, Umphry STONE, Mrs STONE, Mr ROADS, Mr CHRISTY, Mr Lea PLANT. These are from a handwritten account of a "buffallow" hunt from mid 1800's. in case anyone is looking for these names i can send a copy of the story. it mostly takes place around manhattan but could've gone over the lines.
happy hunting, cnjfrogs@aol.com


Norma (email: mailto:doumas@webtv.net) - 20 Jan 2001
I'm looking for information on the family of Levi STARKS, his immediate family, parents and siblings. Levi was married #1 to Sophona MERRIHEW, #2 to a Mrs. RUGGLES. Levi and Sophona are my gg grandparents. Any and all information will be appreciated. E-Mail me direct please.
doumas@webtv.net - Thanks in advance, Norma Starks Johnson


Pat Roberts (email: pattyswhack@yahoo.com) - 8 April 2001
Hello. In the Harrison, Ohio, News, dated January 10, 1874, "Sarah K. PARKER, wife of William PARKER, formerly of Clebes, Ohio, died at Barnard, Kansas." I am looking for information on Sarah K. PARKER. I believe her husband, William, was a brother of Elizabeth PARKER GILLESPIE of Cleves, Ohio. Please e-mail me at pattyswhack@yahoo.com. Thanks you. Pat Sebree Roberts.


Shirley Jameson (email: sjam40@earthlink.net) - 4 May 2001
Annie Grace NELSON from Sweeden married James William MASON. Son Jerome O was my grandfather and he lived in Lincoln Ks. Info appreciated. Jean Sanders (email: Jespane@cs.com) - 15 May 2001
I am interested in records from the "Old Milo Cemetery." Also is there a way to find information on Royal Fred SANDERS his wife and family? I am particularly looking for any named William, Oliver, Fred, etc. I am following a SANDERS family from MA to NY and then Ohio, Indiana and further "west" and "northwest"
Thank you
Jean Sanders -- Haverhill MA


Valerie Cook (email: valles@one-eleven.net) - 26 May 2001
I am looking for information about the WILLIAMS family of Sylvan Grove area, Lincoln County Kansas. Names include: Cyrus WILLIAMS, George Venton and Amie (MEETLEN) WILLIAMS. I do know that some of my family is buried in the Spillman Cemetery. Any information would be greatly appreciated!!
Valerie Cook -- valles@one-eleven.net


Catherine Dennington (email: rwills30@home.com) - 26 May 2001
I am searching for my grandfather Clarence Allen WHITE born in Lincoln Co. 1885. His father's name was Edwin WHITE and his mother Martha DOWNING WHITE. They came to Lincoln Co. originally from upstate NY. They had relatives with the last name of STURDEVANT and BUDROW.
Thank you
Catherine Dennington


Ginny Kane (email: LethaH@aol.com) - 11 June 2001
Part 1----- Martha Ann VINEYARD RUTLEDGE HANCOCK and her second husband John Andrew Jackson HANCOCK moved to Lincoln Co abt 1875 with her children. The children were Margaret Sonora b 1852 m David WEESE, George Washington b 1853 m Sarah Elizabeth Ellen SWISHER. William Richard b 1856 m Edith WILSON, Thomas Henry b 1858 m Elizabeth KIRBY and Jefferson Amos b 1860 m briefly to Lydia C. HARRINGTON of Ottawa Co. They homesteaded due south of Beverly near Monroe. About 1900 they went to OK. Any information on these appreciated. If you are searching and I can help I am happy to.
Part 2----- My great grandparents were David WEESE & his wife Margaret Sonora RUTLEDGE. They may have married in Lincoln Co. but I don't find it at the Clerks office. They homesteaded near Wescott south of Beverly and David is buried there-d. 1883. Margaret proved up on the homestead after David's death. We think they were in Lincoln Co. by abt. 1875. Their daughters married in Beverly Lincoln Co. Cora to Joshua FEATHER, Jennie to Alfred Ernest (Fred) SKINNER, and Myrtle to a KISSICK. Happy to receive or give information on any of this family. Ginny Kane in WY
Part 3----- Sarah Ann RAY WEESE HARPER JOB DESHASER and her fourth husband moved to the area south of Beverly about 1875. Her husband was John DESHAZER. Her children in the Lincoln Co. area were David WEESE, Nancy Mary Ellen SWISHER, and Susannah (Anne) HARPER McGILVERY as well as three younger DESHAZER children. She was a midwife at least within the family. She and her three younger sons later moved to OK near Skiatook. Anything more I can learn about any of this group would surely be appreciated. Also happy to share.
Ginny Kane e-mail LethaH@aol.com


Bruce Myers (email: Bmyers6782@aol.com) - 11 June 2001
I am searching for John M. SMITH, born Pa 1840, moved to Illinois, married, 4 children born, joined G Co 105th Illinois Infantry Regiment, promoted Captain, had gsw to body, moved to Kansas, settled in Pottersburgh, Grant twp, Lincoln County, between l873 and 1879, son, John M Junior born 1879, and daughter, Jennie born 1884. Filed for Civil War pension from Kansas. Believe wife's name, Susan S.,born Illinois 1842, was a school teacher, was mention in "HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN LINCOLN COUNTY 1870-1892". Last mention of either in l892. John Smith found in Jefferson, Okla, near daughter, Ida SMITH MYERS, He died 12-13-1917, No death certificate or burial in Oklahoma. Could there have been a medical facility in Kansas to care for civil war veterans at that time?


Beverly (HIMES) BARGER (email: bcookiegma@cs.com) - 07 Sep. 2001
Searching Lincoln Co, Kansas for information on Frank & Laura PRIEST family and child Mary Ann STOGSDILL they may have adopted. My 2nd great grandparents James Charles STOGSDILL & Mary Ann (FRAZEE) had a daughter Mary Ann STOGSDILL born 1881 in Kansas, probably Lincoln Co, Kansas. Her mother Mary Ann died young in childbirth. I found Mary Ann STOGSDILL age 4 living with the frank and Laura PRIEST family in the 1885 Lincoln Co, Kansas state census. I want to find whatever happened to the child Mary Ann. Did she live and have descendants? I would like to find any descendants of the PRIEST or STOGSDILL surname tocorrespond with on their family history. I am also searching for burial place of the mother Mary Ann (FRAZEE) STOGSDILL. They lived in a sod house on the Kansas prairie.
James C. & Mary Ann (FRAZEE) STOGSDILL and their children were in the 1880 Lincoln Co, Kansas census. After Mary Ann died 2nd great-grandfather James C. STOGSDILL sent most of his children back to Decatur, Illinois on the train to live with relatives there. My great-grandfather Charles Edward STOGSDILL was James & Mary's son and a brother of the child Mary Ann.
Thank you for your time.
Beverly (HIMES) BARGER


Sherri Wells (email: Haudnjaret@aol.com) - 8 September 2001
I am hoping to connect with anyone with a connection to or familiarity with the TURNBELL family in Lincoln Co, KS in the 1880s. I am hoping this is the Jonas TURNBELL family who connects with my husband's Robert TURNBELL. Both were born in Greene Co, NY and served in the Civil War from OH.
Thanks
Sherri Wells
Findlay, OH
haudnjaret@aol.com


Lesli (email: Yszerbee@aol.com) - 18 September 2001
Researching: ALBRIGHT, BELL, JAMISON, McCLURE, McILVAINE, MITCHELL and TAYLOR. All seemed to have arrived from Pennsylvania to Lincoln County, Kansas in the late 1870's. All are to be found on the 1880 and 1885 Census. Please help. Thank you. Lesli
yszerbee@aol.com


Suzette (email: redwolf@shadowlink.net - 29 December 2001
Looking for information on Perrin H. GREEN and his wife Lottie who were in the 1880 federal census for Orange, Lincoln, Ks. Living with them were their daug. Ethel age one and Perrin's grandmother, Sophronia CHAPPELL. Perrin b. Michigan in 1858, Lottie b. Ohio in 1860. Sophronia b. Vt. Age on census listed as 78.
Perrin' s parents and siblings on the same census:
Henry GREEN age 46 b. NY
Eliza age 43 b. MI
William age 18 b. KY
Herbert.......age 16 b. MI
Marcus C. age 12 b. MI
Morris C. age 6 b. MI
Helen B. age 3 b. Mi
Cleora age 1 b. KS.
Thank you,
Suzette


Cheryl Bateman (email: batem213@bellsouth.net) - 29 December 2001
Hello,
I am searching for the family of Mary Elizabeth SMITH b. abt. 1847 in New Brunswick, Canada. Her parents and siblings are unknown to me. She married Robert W. BATEMAN and they had the following children:
Census Place: Lincoln, Pottawatomie, Kansas
Source: FHL Film 1254393 National Archives Film T9-0393 Page 389A
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Robert BATEMAN Self M M W 44 N Britian
Occ: Farmer Fa: Ireland Mo: Ireland
Elizabeth BATEMAN Wife F M W 33 N Britian
Occ: Keeping House Fa: Ireland Mo: Ireland
Byron BATEMAN Son M S W 10 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: Canada Mo: N B
Cloee BATEMAN Dau F S W 8 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: Canada Mo: N B
Hardy BATEMAN Son M S W 7 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: Canada Mo: N B
Noah Lee BATEMAN Son M S W 5 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: Canada Mo: N B
Lafayette BATEMAN Son M S W 3 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: Canada Mo: N B
Walace B. BATEMAN Son M S W 1 KS
Occ: At Home Fa: Canada Mo: N B
Inez BATEMAN b. 1889
Hidden Monroe BATEMAN b. 1882
Winfield BATEMAN b. 1884
Permilla BATEMAN b. 1880
I have been seraching all year trying to find their families. I also do not know who Robert's parents were. There were three other BATEMAN families in the same are at the same time if anyone can help me with a connection I would greatly appreciate your help.
Thank you,
Cheryl Bateman


Betty Littrell (email: betty28787@hotmail.com) - 29 December 2001
I am looking for BERGMANs and MILLS from Lincoln County. My great grandfather owed a store and my great uncle owed the bar in Beverly . If anyone has any info on them or pictures I would like to have them email me.
Thank you Betty Littrell


Beverly Peterson (email: petersonchsd@earthlink.net) - 25 January 2002
I am looking for information on SLAGLE and BEST families who went to Kansas in the early 1880s. Two SLAGLE brothers, John and Smith, married two BEST sisters, Florence and Matilda (Tillie). John and Florence are found in Lincoln County, Highland Township, 1885, with their infant daughter, Ida. Tillie is there with them. I would like to find some reference to Smith Slagle.
Sincerely,
Beverley


Joan (email: Jsk1313@aol.com) - 28 February 2002
Can anyone tell me please where I might go to find "application for marriage" in Lincoln Co., Kansas for the the year 1876? I have the marriage record of the party I am searching but since the bride was only 15 at the time of her marriage in 1876 someone probably gave permission for the marriage, hence, my interest in the application. Any help will be most appreciated.
Joan


Micki Burger (email: mickimouse@geotec.net) - 1 March 2002
I am interested in finding any descendents of Job CLINE b. 4 June 1842 Ohio, and Cynthia Julia Emelia (CASTO) CLINE b. 20 Sep 1849 Ohio. They moved to Lincoln Co, Kansas in abt 1880. They raised at least 11 children there:
Junia b. 25 Jul 1869, m. Adam SCHROEDER (of Lincoln Co also)
Media b.abt 1872
Oscar b. abt 1874
Elizabeth b. abt 1876
Julia b. abt 1881
Charles b. abt 1884
Elcenia b. abt 1887
Charlotte b. abt 1888
Roy b. abt 1890
Grant b. abt 1892
Chester b. abt 1894
Thanks, Micki


John Folkman (email: jfolkman@adelphia.net) - 1 March 2002
Interested in:
M. Robert LAWSON (1809-1888) m. Marietta LOSEE (1818-1903)
Joseph Henry LAWSON (1894-1906)
Sidney Robert LAWSON (1840-1915) m. Mary Jane HUNT (1839-1885)
of Sylvan Grove, Wilson, and surrounding area in Lincoln County.
Thanks in advance for yuour efforts!!
John Lawson Folkman -- jfolkman@adelphia.net


Shirley Cheney Usher (email: Slaurausher@aol.com) - 7 March 2002
I would like to know whether Lincoln Center,Kansas, is in Lincoln County. If so, I have a newspaper article announcing an Auction of my gg uncle, Joseph CHENEY. Printed in the Republican print.?, R.S. WILMARTH, auctioneer. The date, 1886, Oct. 19th. If possible I would like to know more about Mr. CHENEY, family, where born etc. Please advise me how this might be found. I came across the torn, fading, newsprint in my father's papers,with the notation " great uncle of Melvin Ziba CHENEY", who was my father. I appreciate any information you may be able to come up with. Thank you.
Shirley Cheney Usher


Shirley Cheney Usher (email: Slaurausher@aol.com) - 7 March 2002
I would like to know whether Lincoln Center,Kansas, is in Lincoln County. If so, I have a newspaper article announcing an Auction of my gg uncle, Joseph CHENEY. Printed in the Republican print.?, R.S. WILMARTH, auctioneer. The date, 1886, Oct. 19th. If possible I would like to know more about Mr. CHENEY, family, where born etc. Please advise me how this might be found. I came across the torn, fading, newsprint in my father's papers,with the notation " great uncle of Melvin Ziba CHENEY", who was my father. I appreciate any information you may be able to come up with. Thank you.
Shirley Cheney Usher


Ina Spivey (email: ina795@saber.net) - April 28, 2002
I am trying to find any information on my ancestor, Huston ANGLIN who was living in Lincoln Center, Lincoln, Ks. probably about 1876. Married Sabra Elizabeth ZEIGLER. They had nine children. I am interested in information on my Grandmother, Addie who married Elijah PIERCE. She was born 1n 1887, in Cedron Township, Lincoln Cty.,Lincoln,KS. I haven't been able to find any info. on this family. I believe they moved to Riley Cty after Addie was born. Any information anyone can send me on this ANGLIN line will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Ina Spivey
ina795@saber.net


Dottie Wesner (email: dot397@csonline.net) - 9 May 2002
Would appreciate any info available on the TIMMIS family listed in the 1885 Census for Franklin Twp, on page 7.
Dottie Wesner


William Sylvester Jewell (email: wsj@maxwell.berkeley.edu) - 9 May 2002
HART, STAFFORD, HORN, SYLVESTER

In Jan 1885 in Plainview, Wabasha MN, Hattie Alice SYLVESTER married A. Porter STAFFORD. They had a son, Allen STAFFORD b. April 1886, and two daughters, b. Sep 1898 and Dec 1890 (All born in Plainview). One daughter may have been named Frances. A.P. STAFFORD was the prosperous local hardware merchant. In Jan 1983, Hattie SYLVESTER died in childbirth.

In Aug 1893, STAFFORD married again, to Hulda HORN of Plainview, who took over responsibility for raising the three children (ages 7,5,3). This family continued to live in Plainview until Jan 1899, when they moved to Home IA.

It is believed that STAFFORD eventually moved to Kansas, perhaps to be near a daughter. In his 1933 obituary (location not given), it states that one of his daughters was "Mrs. Willard HART of Barnard [LINCOLN] KS". Does anyone have any information on Mr. and Mrs. Willard HART and/or of A. Porter STAFFORD? We would like to contact any of their descendants about a family reunion in Plainview MN this summer.

William Sylvester Jewell
wsj@newton.berkeley.edu

Michael Zabel (email: ZabelM@rockcreek.k12.ks.us) - 20 May 2002
Looking for ancestors and descendents of George BOLLIER (1838-1919) and wife Lydia, who farmed in Cedron Township, Lincoln County, Kansas from the 1870's to 1910's. Oldest daughter Kathryn is a great-great grandmother. 7 or 8 other younger children.
Michael J. Zabel


Dave in Tacoma (email: dburnsmail@comcast.net) - 03 July 2002
I am looking for any information on my BURNS family who moved to Barnard, KS in 1884 having come from Massac County, Metropolis, IL. My BURNS spent there lives in Barnard up through the 1920's. William Fletcher BURNS and his wife Rebecca raised their families there. I would love to get any information I can of my ancestors. They were members of the Baptist church for many years in Barnard. Other surnames that I am linked to from this town are PATRICK and McBRIDE. Thank you for any help you might be able to provide me! My updated e-mail address is: dburnsmail@comcast.net
Regards....Dave in Tacoma, WA


Bruce Relyea (email: brelyea225834MI@comcast.net) - 14 July 2002
I am looking for genealogical records of my mother, Bernice Mae Flemming (or Fleming?) who was raised in Manhattan, Ks, date of birth I think May 15, 1903. She died in Akron Ohio in 1970.
Thank you


Jennifer Mettlen (email: jmettlen@yahoo.com) - 15 July 2002
I am looking for information on these Lincoln county residents: John Pierce Mettlen 1852-1885, his wife Lillis Jane Wheeler 1851-1930 and their decendants. I am also looking for Paul William Broska 1852-1920 born in Germany and his wife Ellen Byers 1862-1950. Also Kasoath Swift Bates and his wife Mary Chatman. Also Joseph Addison Brown and his wife Hattie Farrington. Specificly I am looking for b.d. dates, parents and children's names and birth locations.
Thank you! Jennifer Mettlen


Kathleen Barngrover (email: RBarngrove@aol.com) - 13 Aug 2002
I am looking for information on my grandfather, John Christian (Christ) Larsen. My grandmother, Martha Hansen Larsen and he divorced around 1929 and my mother (Miriam Larsen) and she moved to Salina. I have had no luck in finding anything. He died in the middle 1970's, I only know this because I remember a sheriff coming to our door to tell my Mom. My mother never saw him after she left Lincoln. Please email me at Rbarngrove@aol.com.
Kathleen Barngrover


Alice Allen (email: dcaallen@pacifier.com) - 17 Sep 2002
Looking for parents and siblings of Henry Verlin Watson, born 10 July 1860 in Mercer Co. MO, came to Lincoln Co. as a boy. Married Elizabeth Matchette in 1884, according to his obituary. Had two children--Chester & Edith. Elizabeth died before 1900.
In the 1880 census there is a Henry Watson living with his brother, Allen K. Watson, in Scott, Lincoln Co., KS. Would like to know more about these two, any other brothers & sisters, and their parents.
Thanks in Advance
Alice Allen


[no name given] (email: Tapztulok@aol.com) - 13 Oct 2002
Looking for information regarding the Lyman Bacon family. The 1880 Federal Census info taken in Grant, Lincoln Co., KS lists:
Lyman Bacon, age 64, bp NY
Hiram (son), age 28, bp AR
John (son), age 27, bp MO
Cora (Daut), age 31, bp AR
Isabell R. (DauL), age 23, bp IL
Pearl A. (GDau), age 1, bp KS.
Following the 1880 Census John married Emma Brown, daughter of William T. Brown of Delhi, Osborne Co, KS. Their only daughter Amanda Bacon was 6 months old when her father John was killed by lightening, August 1881 at Spillman, KS. Emma later married James Dorman of Lucas, Russell Co, KS. Information on the Brown's and/or the Dorman's would be really appreciated too.
Thank you


Naomi Morton (email: naomi.morton@worldnet.att.net) - 29 Oct 2002
In Indiana Twnship, Lincoln, are my Flaherty GGGrandparents (p. 31 handwritten of 1875 census).

Is the Ann Flaherty listed below, who is no longer with the family from the 1880 census on, the one who marries Patrick Fox Dec. 11, 1882, Priest John F. Kelly.
I am told that prior to 1885, Lincoln Co. was taken care of by St. Bernard parish, Ellsworth. Maybe someone knows the genealogy of the bride and groom and can eliminate her as mine. Are there any available church records of baptisms for 1873-75 Lincoln County?
Patrick Flaherty (born c. 1873) Thomas Flaherty (born 1875)

WERE THESE LAND GRANTS AND IS THERE ANY WAY OF FINDING THE RECORDS?

Below is a little family history Flaherty, James m. Catherine McLaughlin probably Pittsburg; both from Ireland; moved to Lincoln Co. (1875-1885 censuses) Kansas, then Denver; children:
Ann - b. abt 1862 PA
Margaret - abt 1866 PA
James - abt 1867 PA
Catherine/Cathern born 4 July 1869 Pittsburg PA

married Joseph Belisle dit Goyer Denver Feb. 1891

died 10 Feb 1941 Denver

Patrick Joseph - b. abt 1873 Kansas
married Dec. 1900 Denver

Died 7 May 1942 Denver

Thomas - b. 1875 Kansas

Floyd Morrison (email: fmorrison@wyoming.com) - 19 Jan 2003
I'm looking for information on Fredrick Ignacious STINE born in 1888, his wife was Freda PORTER. Fredrick was born in Lincoln county Kansas.
Floyd Morrison fmorrison@wyoming.com


Nancy Anderson (email: timander@seidata.com) - 4 Feb 2003
look for any information on decendants of Reinhard and Charlotta HANNEMAN.
Nancy Anderson e-mail timander@seidata.com


Linda (email: lwhgeneo@aol.com) - 16 Feb 2003
Interested in any mentions of the TUXHORN surname for Lincoln County, Kansas. It is know that some of my people were there in the late 1800s and possibly the early 1900s.
Thanks. Linda -- lwhgeneo@aol.com


John McGowan (email: jmack@carolina.net) - 14 March 2003
Folks, Searching for anyone working on the family of James McGOWAN, b. Feb. 25, 1841 in White Co., TN; family moved ca. 1857 to Saline Co., IL. James served in the US Army during the Civil War until he was captured while with Sherman on his March to the Sea. James spent a year as a prisoner of war. After the war he returned home where he married on Jan. 18, 1866 to Amanda Melvina MARTIN. She died on Dec. 10, 1874 in Saline County. They were the parents of two daughters. Around 1875, James moved to Arkansas and on May 23 1876, he married again to Eliza Ann EATON. She died shortly thereafter on Jan. 15, 1878 in Conway Co., AR. By 1883 James had settled in Kansas. On Nov. 7, 1886, he married Lilly Agnes SHANNON in Lincoln Co. She had been born on Feb. 28, 1867 in Blackford Co., IN. James & Lilly lived in several counties in North Central Kansas: Lincoln, Mitchell, Osborne, Russell and Rooks Cos. James was in declining health in his later years and died on July 22, 1927 at Webster in Rooks Co., Kansas. Lilly died on March 26, 1946 in Stockton. They are buried in Webster Cemetery. When Webster Resevoir was constructed and the area was to be flooded, the graves from Webster Cemetery were moved to Stockton Cemetery. Lilly had two children when she married James and together they were the parents of nine children. I would like to here from any descendants of James McGowan and share info.
John B. McGowan -- jmack@carolina.net
William McGowan Family History:
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~jmack/mcgowan/mcgowan.htm


Charles T. Steele (email: tsteele@cbnorcal.com) - 09 July 2003
Can you provide me informaton on a Doris K. PAGAN, born in Beverly, Kansas, in 1912?
Thanks!
Charles T. Steele


Jennifer Moore (email: jennifermore@msn.com) - 03 Aug 2003
Jennifer Moore (jennifermore@msn.com) Looking for information on Isom MOORE born Nov. 22, 1834 or 1937 in Fayette County Indiana. He died outside Lincoln Kansas at the home of his daughter Mrs. Morgan GREEN. He was Married to Clarissa BLOOMHEART in 1859 and Christina ROSEWELL in 1883. Isom and Clarissa had 4 children. Any information you can give me on Isom, is parents or siblings would be appreciated.


Jim Brooking (email: jbrooking@hawaii.rr.com) - 04 Nov 2003
Seeking information on George BROOKING (1830-1917). Listed in the 1880 Federal Census as keeping boarding house in Elkhorn Township. Any information greatly appreciated.
Rev. Jim Brooking


Jean Peterson (email: crickett@terraworld.net) - 02 Feb 2004
I am looking for information on three possibly four Lincoln county families:
BUREMAN, NORDENE, SCHNEIDER and possibly MILLER


Scott Brockelman (email: scottbrockelman@msn.com) - 01 March 2004
Seeking information on the following families: ALLISON, BOLTE, DEARMOND, LEAF and SHAVER .
Scott Brockelman


Diana Townsley (email: townsley1@earthlink.net) - 16 April 2005
Seeking information on HOWARD family that lived in Lincoln County. Marion HOWARD died in 1925, buried Lincoln Cemetery. I do not know if there still might be members of this still living there, but am hopeful someone might have information.
thank you,
Diana Townsley


Laura Brady (email: l.e.brady@gci.net) - 16 April 2005
I am looking for information regarding my grandfather, Ralph Rodney HAWKINS. He was born in Lincoln, Lincoln Co., KS Sept. 27, 1869. His father was George William Durand HAWKINS, and his mother was Adelaide Rosanna JAY.
Any information you have would be helpful. Thank you so much.
Laura Brady


Doug Sinrud (email: oldblue@fidalgo.net) - 14 July 2005
Searching for death information on Richard BROWN; born Virginia Dec. 15, 1822, died OK Jan. 1907 and his wife Catherine M. THOMPSON born Aug. 10, 1832 Ohio, died April 13, 1913 OK. Both were in 1900 census living with son Rudolph, single aged 47, in Lincoln Co. OK Kickapoo TWP. Catherine should be in a 1910 census, but I canít seen to locate. Both were in the 1880 Ellsworth Co. Columbia Twp. I have no reason to think they left Kansas. It is most likely Catherine was living until she passed away with her son.
Thanks
Doug Sinrud -- P.O Box 790 -- Burlington WA 98233
oldblue@fidalgo.net


Sandy Bagley (email: gagirl2c@yahoo.com) - 22 June 2006
Hello...I am trying to locate any information anyone out there may have regarding the Woody family, Dahlonega GA (Lumpkin County.) I am trying to locate the parents names for my ggggrandfather, Comadore D. WOODY. He was a resident of Lumpkin Co. Georgia and was killed in the Civil War at Vicksburg. Some of the Woody family migrated towards Lincoln County. Any info is most appreciated!!
Sandra - gagirl2c@yahoo.com


Beverlee Tague (email: btague@columbus.rr.com) - 16 July 2006
I am trying to find out when my grandfather, Arthur ROSE Sr. , was the Sheriff of Lincoln. I have an old photo of him and his oldest son, Alec, after they raided a still. Would love to send you a copy if you wish.
Thank you,
Beverlee Tague -- 2243 Canterbury Rd., Columbus, Ohio 43221 -- btague@columbus.rr.com


Larry Crummer (email: LarfromCA@aol.com) - 16 July 2006
I am seeking burial information for the family of Joshua and Margaret Amanda Bevard FOULKE. Joshua abandoned the family and left Margaret with the children. One of the sons, Wesley, was murdered in 1897. Another son, Charles Robert Foulke, moved to Jewell Co, KS, where he died in 1965. The 1900 census says that Margaret was the mother of 10, 7 living. I only have the names or initials of 8 found in the 1880 Federal and 1885 KS state censuses. The family lived in Scott Twp.
Thanks for your help.
Larry Crummer -- LarfromCA@aol.com


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