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Query Surnames: Mount, Stahl

Date: 16 Mar 2000

Query: My paternal grandmother was Emily Stahl. She was the daughter of Clarence Stahl of Spring Hill, Kansas. Her Grand father was Peter Stahl of Union County, Pennsylvania. Peter was born on Feb. 19, 1826 and died May 30, 1905. (I don't know who Peter's father is.). I know that Clarence Stahl was one of twelve children. He had a sister named Annetta Stahl who married C.D. Miller. They had a daughter named Bertha Miller and she married Hubert Lyons. Some other sibling Clarence are: Emaline Stahl married to Abraham Braown; Ellen Stahl married to M.A. Schroeder; Theodore Stahl; James Elmer Stahl; Robert Stahl married to Ida Glascox; Albert Stahl (twin bro. to Clarence) married to Elsie First; Laura Stahl married to William Hines. There were three boys that died in infancy. Two of the boys were twins.

My dads family originated from the Miami County area. The surname is Mount. My Great Uncle Ralph Mount lived in Bucyrus, Kansas. My dad was born in Spring Hill, Kansas. His mother (my Gramdmother) was Emily Stahl. My dad Remembers riding the train from Texas in the late 30's - early 40's with his Grandmother Dora Stahl to Waverly, Kansas and visiting her family. Dora Stahl was married to Clarence Stahl. He had a twin brother whose name (I think) was Albert Stahl.

I'm very interesed in knowing more about my paternal grandmother's family. My grandmother was married to Harry Lyon Mount of Kansas.

Karla Mount Beauchamp collect@davlin.net

Response: The following is from Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas Vol. I, published by the Miami County Historical Society and the Miami County Genealogy Society.

On page 79, in a story about the Morris F. and Patricia SCHROEDER family, it says, "... The farm where they reside has been in the Schroeder family for many years. It was purchased by Morris' great-grandfather, Morris Ammon SCHROEDER, who came to Miami County at the age of 22. He was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, December 25, 1856. ... After his marriage to Ellen STAHL of Spring Hill on September 14, 1880, he began his long career in the lumber business in Paola working in the West and Bigelow lumberyard. In a few years he owned his own yard. In 1906 he sold out to the Paola Lumber and Coal Company, but five years later got back into the business when he formed the Schroeder Lumber Company. In later years, he turned the business over to his son, Frank Benton Schroeder. ... He died December 16, 1926 ... buried in Paola Cemetery. submitted by Patricia Peuser Schroeder"

On page 351-352, in a story about the Joseph Herman and Alice JUDD STAHL family, it says, "Joe STAHL was born March 28, 1911 on the STAHL homestead in Wea Township to Peter and Mollie HIRT STAHL. In 1938, on October 5, he married Alice JUDD, the daughter of George and Mary Dempsey JUDD. The were married in the Catholic Church, St. Phillip's, in Osawatomie. The made their home in the farm house built by his grandmother, Katherine STAHL, at Wea. ... fourth generation to live in the house. ... children of Joe and Alice are: George Herman; Deloris Marie; Bessie Louise; Margaret Ann; Robert Joseph; Leonard Phillip; Mary Elizabeth; James Leroy; John Raymond; Victoria Lynn and Jeanette Marie. ... Joe and Alice have 35 grandchildren and two great-grandaughters and present [1986] ... submitted by Bessie Stevens"

On page 352, in a story about the Peter and Catherine STAHL family, it says, "Catherine SCHWARTZ STAHL was born September 16, 1834, in Oberselters, Germany, the daughter of Jacob and Dorathea (MILLER) SCHWARTZ. Jacob and Dorathea had seven children: Jacob, William, Dora, Helena, Elizabeth and Mary Catherine.... settled in the small village of Wea. The father, Jacob, came also, after the death of his wife, Dorathea. In May, 1854, Catherine married Peter Michlin STAHL in the Catholic Church at Oberselters. To this union seven children were born: Catherine, Anna, Dorothea, Elizabeth and Peter Jacob. Two infant daughters died at birth. Peter M. was the son of Johann and Dorothy (MILLER) STAHL. ... Peter died April 24, 1865, just nine days before the birth of his only son, Peter Jacob. ... Catherine sailed for the land that her brothers had settled in America. In August, 1869, she purchased 120 acres one and one-half miles west of the Wea Church. She .. never remarried. ... In 1880, Catherine adopted a three year old son, George Rolando STAHL... George died August 28, 1905. ... Catherine also raised two other orphans.... submitted by Bessie Stevens"

On page 352, in a story about the Peter and Mollie STAHL family, it says, "Peter Joseph STAHL was born in Oberselters, Germany and came with his mother Katherine SCHWARTZ STAHL to Wea. He was united in marriage at Wea to Mollie HIRT from Parkersville, Kansas in 1891. They had seven children. Only four survived to adulthood: Mary, Albert, Henry and Joseph ... Peter died in 1925; his widow ... [died] in 1925. ... submitted by Bessie Stevens"

On page 384, in a story about the Calvin Daniel WEAVER family, it says, "Calvin (Cal) Daniel WEAVER, son of Martin S. WEAVER, was born October 14, 1879, and died October 4, 1969. He was married February 12, 1913, to June MOUNT, born June 8, 1883, who died October 3, 1949. She was the daughter of Charles MOUNT. ... both are buried in Paola City Cemetery. ... no children ... submitted by Gladys Barkis Walters"

On page 399-400, in a story about the Landon Eugene and Dorothy WINKLER family, it says, "Eugene ... liked all kinds of sports. He and his two brothers, Ralph and Woodrow, went pheasant hunting in Phillips County for 30 years and along with Ralph MOUNT went to Minnesota fishing for many years ... submitted by Dorothy Winkler Arzberger"

The following is from Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas Vol. II, published by the Miami County Historical Society and the Miami County Genealogy Society.

On page 263-264, in a story about the George David and Catherine Quick (DOLLIVER) SCHOMP family, it says, "George David SCHOMP, sixth generation of the SCHOMP family in America, was born February 5, 1836, in Three Bridges, New Jersey. ... the son of David Peter and Esther (LOW) SCHOMP. George married Catherine "Kate" Quick DOLLIVER on November 18, 1858, in Three Bridges, New Jersey. Catherine was born January 13, 1835, in Summerville, New Jersey, the daughter of Victor Monroe and Catherine Jane (QUICK) DOLLIVER. ... [George died] in New Market, New Jersey, February 22, 1911. After George's death, Catherine lived with her three youngest children and died while at the home of Karl and Eva (SCHOMP) MOUNT in Miami County on May 10, 1927. Both George and Catherine are buried at the Wagstaff Cemetery in Miami County. There children were as follows: ... [8th] Eva SCHOMP, born September 6, 1878, at Centerville, Hunterdon, New Jersey, was married December 28, 1900, at Chiles, Kansas, to Carl MOUNT. They lived near Chiles and Wagstaff and had four boys. After the death of Carl, Eva lived with her oldest son, Ralph MOUNT, at Bucyrus, Kansas. She died June 12, 1956. Both are buried in Paola. ... submitted by Mary (Pascal) White"

On page 276, in a story about the Henry Joseph and Eleanor M (NIEMEYER) STAHL family, it says, "Henry Joseph STAHL and Eleanor M. NIEMEYER were united in marriage during October of 1933 at the Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Wea, Kansas. ... four children ... Eleanor was born at Bowling Green, Missouri on April 23, 1913. Her parents were Anna FONKE) and Henry NIEMEYER. She had five brothers ... Eleanor passed away March 31, 1975. Henry was born at Bucyrus, Kansas, January 19, 1905 ... he had two brothers, Albert and Joseph, and a sister, Mary. His parents were Molly and Peter STAHL. Henry passed away January 25, 1981. Submitted by Mary Ellen Gainer"

On page 277, there is a story entitled "Childhood Memories, Henry J. Stahl Family" submitted by Betty Ann La Galle, and a picture of the family in 1958.

John M. Baker
Query Surnames: Trobough

Date: 14 Mar 2000

Query: I need a lookup from Family Histories & Stories of Miani Co,Ks, Vol 2, For Trobaugh George A, pp 77,79 any information, I'm hopeing he could be my grgrgr grandfather, I last found him in Richland Co.Il.

Lois Sellers loiz@dtccom.net

Response: The following is from Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas Vol. II, p 77, in listing of members of the Army National Guard Unit for Miami County, it says, "... A list of the men who left for Camp Robinson follows (January 3, 1941): ... PVT George A. Trobough... submitted by Bill Plummer"

On page 79, in a Roster of Battery Unit which leaves for Camp January 3, it says: "Here are the names and rank of officers and enlisted men in Battery F: ... Privates: ... (?)George A. Trobough ... submitted by Anthony G. Reiter". The (?) means Status and address unknown.

Sean Furniss, John M. Baker
Query Surnames: Boling

Date: 12 Mar 2000

Query: I found listed in the cemetery listing an Elizabeth Boling 218 V1. Would you please see if there are dates on this? I do not have a first name for her husband but I also noticed that there is a John Boling listed on the same page 218 V1. I would appreciate dates on him too so I can determine if this is her husband.

Marilyn Cain MCain10030@aol.com

Response: From Cemeteries of Miami Co, KS, Vol I, p 218, Stanton Cemetery, Row 3: Lot 60, Boling, Elizabeth 1843-1907; Lot 61, Boling, John 1833-1901.

Sean Furniss
Query Surnames: Gerken, Kettler, Schultz

Date: 11 Mar 2000

Query: I would appreciate the following lookup in the birth book: Gerken, John H. 102 and a lookup in the Cemeteries Book of the following: Kettler, William 90-V1, Kettler, Minnie 33-V1, 90-V1

Mary Ann Kettler Mulford hmulford@eos.net

Response: Information from Vital Records of Miami County, Kansas, as abstracted and indexed by Patricia Merrill Hollingsworth. Births - p. 102 "02 Jan 1911 Unnamed Gerken, female, b. East Valley Twp., Miami Co., KS; father - John H. Gerken, age 42, no birthplace listed, American, farmer; mother - Bertha Schultz, age 33, no birthplace listed, American, first child of mother, res East Valley Twp., KS."

From Cemeteries of Miami Co, KS, Vol I, p. 33, Block Cemetery, Trinity Lutheran Church, Row 16 (no identification of lots, just a list of names): Kettler, Ella Minden b 1900 d 18 Apr 1977; Kettler, Minnie b 1899 d 2 Feb 1977; Kettler, Fred b 1886 d 6 Oct 1974. p. 90, Highland Cemetery, Highland Zion Evangelical Church, Row B, Lot 1: Kettler, Minnie 1845 - 1915 Mother; Kettler, William 1835 - 1907 Father.

Sean Furniss
Query Surnames: McCullough

Date: 10 Mar 2000

Query: Cemeteries of Miami Co., KS - McCullough, David N. 523-V3. Everyname Index Family Histories and Stories of Miami Co., KS, McCullough, David 258+p, Looking for David Newton McCullough connection.

Sharon Dee McCullough sharonmc@jps.net

Response: From Cemeteries of Miami Co, KS, Vol III, p 523, Paola Cemetery, Elmwood Addition, North Half, Section II, Row 15, Lot 220: McCullough, David N. d 20 Apr 1903 age 63; McCullough, Emma d 2 Feb 1928 age 86; Caton, Eva A. 5 May 1868 - 13 Jul 1954; Caton, George 10 Jul 1861 - 15 Nov 1946.

The following is from Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas Vol. I, p 258, in a story about the William Anderson McCULLOUGH family, it says, "William Anderson McCULLOUGH was born at the old farm house at North Salem, Ohio, on January 8, 1857 of Scotch-Irish ancestry. ... He was married to Mary Wycoff MOLESWORTH (born June 24, 1856) on March 13, 1878 by the Reverand Martin at North Salem. ... came to Paola, Kansas in 1903 where he worked in the oil and gas fields. Most of the early drilling in Miami County was done by Mr. McCULLOUGH and his sons. Mr. McCULLOUGH also drilled the first artesian well in Roswell, New Mexico. The McCULLOUGHs had eleven children named Ollie, Clara, Edwin, Ellis, Harvey, David, William, Clyde, Anna, Harry and Jeanette. ... celebrated sixty years of marriage in 1938 at their home, 410 North Silver, Paola, Kansas. W.A. passed away April 5, 1938 and Mary's death was February 4, 1943. Submitted by Dorothy Messer"

Sean Furniss, John Baker
Query Surnames: Elliott

Date: 7 Mar 2000

Query: Would you please check your cemetery books for the following: Arletta Elliot 126 VI; Arletta F. Elliot 658 V3

Brenda Lavington lavingto@value-line.com

Response: From Cemeteries of Miami Co, KS, Vol I, p 126, Miami Cemetery, Row Q: Lot 13 Reserved Ralph Elliott; Lot 14 Reserved Arletta Elliott; Lot 15 Reserved Claude Elliott; Lot 16 Reserved Sadie Elliott. Vol III, p 658, Additions and Corrections, Miami aka McNelly Cemetery, Row Q: Lot 13 Elliott, Ralph 2 Nov 1904 - ___; Lot 14 Elliott, Arletta F. 13 Oct 1902 - 1 May 1987; Lot 15 Elliott, Claude A. 18 Nov 1902 - 16 Sep 1982; Lot 16 Elliott, Sadie E. Windler 9 Nov 1905 - 2 Feb 1979 Wed 12 Jun 1926.

Sean Furniss
Query Surnames: Jolly, McCarty

Date: 7 Mar 2000

Query: I found one entry in the birth index for Miami Co that I am very interested in: Jolly page 89

Rhonda G. Edwards wedwards@koalas.com

Response: Information from Vital Records of Miami County, Kansas, as abstracted and indexed by Patricia Merrill Hollingsworth. Births - p. 89 "25 Dec 1909 Unnamed McCarty, female, b. Osawatomie, Miami Co., KS; father - Electrical motorman, Anglosaxon, no other information; mother's maiden name Jolly, age 28, no birthplace listed, Anglosaxon, second child of mother, res Osawatomie, KS. Return by N.C. Speer, Osawatomie, KS."

Sean Furniss
Query Surnames: Keenan

Date: 6 Mar 2000

Query: I am searching for information on a John and Thomas KEENAN. The entries for Thomas KEENAN can be found on pgs 167 & 168. The John KEENAN I referred to is sometimes called Peter J.KEENAN. He is found on pgs 129, 165, 166, 167, 168. There was also a listing for a John Keenan on pgs 166, 167, and 220, but I am assuming this might be the same person?

Jeff Metcalf JSCMETC@aol.com

Response: The following is from Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas Vol. I, published by the Miami County Historical Society and the Miami County Genealogy Society. These are mostly very lengthy family stories; redundant information found across the stories has been omitted.

On page 129, in a story about the Joseph P. and Winifried CLARK family, it says, "Joseph P. CLARK, one of ten children born to Edna KEENAN CLARK and George P. CLARK, was born January 12, 1916 in Miami County. His grandparents were Effie MILLER and Peter J. KEENAN, and Thomas and Sarah O'CONNER CLARK. ... submitted by Winifried Stockwell Clark"

On page 164-165, in a lengthy story titled Family History of Adam and Caroline MILLER, in the part about their descendants, in a paragraph talking about their children it says, "... Effie was the oldest, born on June 18, 1862. She later married Peter J. KEENAN in Wea on May 17, 1881. Effie died February 18, 1949, in Paola, Kansas. ... submitted by Michael C. Clark, grandson of George Patrick Clark and Edna Keenan-Clark"

On page 165, there is a photo of the children of Adam and Caroline - Effie is named in the caption.

On page 165-167, in a lengthy story titled Family History of Patrick and Elizabeth CLARK, in the part about their descendants, in a paragraph talking about their children it says, "... George Patrick CLARK married Edna E. KEENAN in 1905 in Paola, Kansas. Edna was the daughter of Effie A. MILLER and Peter J. KEENAN and the granddaughter of Caroline FINCH/Adam MILLER and Maracella O'BRIEN/John KEENAN ... submitted by Michael C. Clark, son of Paul T. Clark and Lois M. Fenoughty-Clark" NOTE: The spelling of Maracella is different than other references to her where the spelling is consistently Marcella.

On page 167-168, in a lengthy story titled The Family of John and Marcella KEENAN, in the part about their descendants, it says, "John KEENAN was born in Ireland in approximately 1820. Marcella O'BRIEN was born in Wexford, Ireland on October 31, 1830 according to her obituary. Her death certificate ... gives 'BRYAN' as her father's name and 'CONNOR' as her mother's maiden name. They were married in Ireland in 1854 ... soon thereafter set sail for America ... landed in New York ... moved to Dublin, Illinois. Thier first son, Thomas C. KEENAN was born on October 22 ... tombstone says 1855 ... death certificate says 1854. ... 1900 Census shows Marcella had seven children, three of which were living. She had one child from her second marriage named Alice who died May 6, 1870 at 3 years of age ...John KEENAN died September 10, 1860. ... Thomas married Anna Mae SPRING in 1898. They had two children. ... Peter J. KEENAN married Effie A. MILLER on May 17, 1881, in Wea, Kansas. Effie was the daughter of Adam MILLER and Caroline FINCH. The first child Edna E., was born April 2, 1882. Peter J. KEENAN died on December 15, 1930 and is buried at Holy Cross Cemetery. Effie A. MILLER-KEENAN died on February 18, 1949 and is buried alongside Peter. ... submitted by Michael C. Clark, grandson of George Patrick Clark and Edna Keenan-Clark"

On page 167, there are pictures of Marcella, Thomas, Peter & Effie.

On page 220, in a story about the John and Marcella KEENAN family, it says, "Marcella (O'BRIEN) (KEENAN) CLARK, born October 31, 1830, deceased October 12, 1913, was born in Wexford, Ireland, married John KEENAN in 1854 ... came to America ... settled in Freeport, Illinois. Three sons were born to this union: Tom, born 1854, Joe, born 1858 and Peter, born 1859. John KEENAN was killed in a threshing accident in Illinois, 1862. ... submitted by Barbara Plummer"

John M. Baker
Query Surnames: Gilbert

Date: 2 Mar 2000

Query: I'm looking for information on my g-grandmother, Nancy Eleanor (Gibson) Gilbert. She died in Hillsdale, Miami County, KS, August 24, 1934.

Arlene dan.arl@gateway.net
Query Surnames: Davis

Date: 1 Mar 2000

Query: I would like information on these cemetery records: Davis, Spencer 25-V2 and Davis, Susannah 204-V1. Miami County Atlas of 1878 - Could you be so kind as to tell me if there is a Spencer Davis on this atlas near Hillsdale?

John Davis jdavis@easween.com

Response: From Cemeteries of Miami Co, KS, Vol I, p 204, Spring Grove Cemetery, Row S, Lot 10 - Davis, Clarence infant son of David and Susannah. From Cemeteries of Miami Co, KS, Vol II, p 25, Hillsdale Cemetery -Old Part, Rows 1 and 2 - Davis, Lillie infant daughter of Spencer and Martha. no dates. illegible.

From 1878 Miami County, Kansas, Residents and Taxpayers index, in the Marysville Township (contains Hillsdale) listing: DAVIS, Spencer (age 35), and M (age 27 -assumed to be Spencer's wife), MA5-16-23. Their property reported in the atlas is either 20 or 30 acres, located 4.5 miles East of the Franklin County line, and 2 miles South of the Johnson County line.

Sean Furniss, John Baker
Query Surnames: Fenoughty

Date: 28 Feb 2000

Query: I am interested in the Fenoughty records on pages 75-77 of Vol. 3, Cemeteries of Miami County, Kansas. I'm looking for information on John A. and Anna Pickles Fenoughty in the index it was page 164, Vol I.

Brandi Ross babycase@juno.com

Response: From Cemeteries of Miami Co, KS, Vol. III, pp. 75-77, Holy Cross Cemetery, Row 3, Lot 131 - Fenoughty, P. A. 1832-1921; Fenoughty, George B. 21 Aug 1888 -24 Nov 1970; Fenoughty, M. 1838-1924; Fenoughty, Cecelia his wife 1844-1916; Fenoughty, Anthony 1804-1880; Fenoughty, Catherine his wife 1799-1879. Row 4, Lot 131 - Fenoughty, Anna M. 14 Oct 1889 - 28 Nov 1977; Fenoughty, Charles M. 28 Jun 1886 - 10 Feb 1956. Row 5, Lot 165 - Fenoughty, Francis J. 18 Oct 1944 - 25 Jan 1976; Fenoughty, Marguerite A. 1897-1984; Fenoughty, Paul J. 1900-1959; Fenoughty, Charlotte Annie 25 Oct 1869 - 23 Feb 1946. Row 6, Lot 165 - Fenoughty, William Joseph 20 Mar 1907 - 2 Mar 1963; Fenoughty, John Anthony 2 Jun 1867 - 4 Jan 1961.

The following is from Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas Vol. I, p 164, in a lengthy story titled The Family of Anthony and Catherine FENOUGHTY, in the part about their descendants, it says, "Anthony FENOUGHTY was born in Ireland in 1804. His wife, Catherine McANDREWS (McANDRESS?) was born in Ireland in 1799. ... Michael FENOUGHTY [the 3rd son] was born in County Mayo, Ireland on January 25, 1838, according to his death certificate and his obituary in the 'Western Spirit'. Michael died February 6, 1924 in Paola ... His wife Cecelia had died earlier on May 27, 1916 and was also buried at Holy Cross Cemetery ... Michael's oldest son, John, was born in Jennings County in 1867 and married Anna PICKLES in 1899. They had three children.

Sean Furniss, John Baker
Query Surnames: Casebeer, Scott

Date: 24 Feb 2000

Query: In Cemeteries of Miami County, Kansas: Scott, Minerva 634-V3; Scott, Robert M. 642-V3; Casebeer, George 93-V2; Casebeer, Harold 269-V3. I'm trying to connect my g- grandmother Minerva Scott to her father unknown Casebeer.

Kristina Weiss kweiss@uswest.net

Response: From Cemeteries of Miami County, KS, Vol. II, p. 93, Old Louisburg Cemetery, Middle Section, Row 2, Lot 237: Casebeer, George father 1846-1912; Casebeer, Sarah mother 1857-1932. Vol. III, p. 269, Osawatomie Cemetery, Row 29: Casebeer, Harold D. 1915-1985 (US Vet); Casebeer, Minnie L. 1913-1981.

Vol. III, p 634-5, Sharon Cemetery, Cass Co, MO: Scott, Ann R. wife of H. M. 1867-1937; Scott, Emma 1869-1969 (DAR); Scott, Emma N. wife of J. Ed 1869-1969; Scott, Felicia (no information); Scott, H.M. 15 Jul 1832-10 Feb 1916; Scott, Josephine 4 Nov 1903 - Jan 1957; Scott, Minerva 1864-1941; Scott, Ona D. 21 May 1885 - 29 Dec 1961; Scott, Wm. Ray 13 Feb 1877 - 23 Feb 1947. Vol. III, p. 642, South Fork Cemetery, Cass Co, MO: Scott, Cora B. dau of R.M. and S.A. d 19 Oct 1874 age 1y 5m 22d; Scott, Robert M. d 11 Dec 1884 age 57y 4m 13d; Scott, Sarah Amanda 18 Oct 1831 - 12 Oct 1898.

Sean Furniss
Query Surnames: Mooney, Stewart

Date: 24 Feb 2000

Query: Cemeteries of Miami County, Kansas: Stewart, J. W. 102-V2; Mooney, Marie A. 330-V3. I am trying to find my great-grandfather, John W. Stewart. Being that Marie Mooney was my great aunt, John's daughter, I thought maybe the above could be him. He was born about 1874. That is all the information I have on him.

Lisa Wagner wagner_e@popmail.firn.edu

Response: From Cemeteries of Miami Co, KS, Vol. II, p. 102, Louisburg Cemetery, Row 2, Lot W24: Stewart, J. W. d 9 Aug 1893 age 71y 6m 4d Co C 30 IA Vol Inf. Vol. III, p. 330, Paola Cemetery, North Addition I, Row 5, Lot 249: Mooney, Marie A. 1907-1981; Mooney, Ola E. 1907-1978 Mason, Am Leg, PFC US Army WWII.

Sean Furniss
Query Surnames: Henson

Date: 23 Feb 2000

Query: Wish to locate descendants of Daniel D Henson who lived in Miami Co, Ill. in 1885. Father was William Henson of Union Co, Ohio.

Judy Pricejmbp_99@yahoo.com


Query Surnames: Hurst

Date: 22 Feb 2000

Query: Cemeteries of Miami County, Kansas: William Hurst page 103 Vol. 1. Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas, Vol. II, p 289, William Hurst.

Theona Hurse Hambleton tjham@eoni.com

Response: From Cemeteries of Miami Co, KS, Vol. I, p. 103, Indianapolis Cemetery, Section III, Row 6: Grave 3, Hurst, Carrie d 13 Oct 1872 age 3y 25d dau of M. E. and L. Hurst; Grave 4, Hurst, _____ L d ____; Grave 5, Hurst, William 23 Mar 1807 - 3 Sep 1881.

The following is from Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas Vol. II, p 289, in a story about the Jacob and Sarah Jane (JACKSON) VANDERSLICE family, in the part about their children, it says, " ... Debra Susan, born December 29, 1839, Hamilton County, Indiana, married (1) Micager GOINS July 31, 1859, at Paola, Miami County, Kansas, (2) James Tobias CLINE after her first husband Micager COINS was killed in the war, (3) Wm. HURST November 25, 1879, died September 17, 1887, and is buried in Indianapolis Cemetery, Miami County, Kansas... submitted by Dora Mae Turner"

Debra is the 8th of 13 children in this family. There are two different spellings of Micager's last name in the book -- GOINS and COINS.

Sean Furniss, John M. Baker
Query Surnames: Hysom

Date: 21 Feb 2000

Query: In looking at the Gen Web Cemetaries I find in the Unknown: Georgie 145-V3. Also there is a William A. 48-V3. Also Louis J. 19V-3. Looking for Louisa Jane Hysom Pulley, could this be her, she died in 1906 and was buried in the Old Hillsdale Cemetary also without a stone. Under Hysom there is Ada 20-V2, E.J. 108-V1, E.M. 108-V1, George Rufus 20-V2, Laura 20-V2.

Sue Iles CSIles8359@aol.com

Response: From Cemeteries of Miami Co, KS, Vol I, p. 109, Jingo Cemetery, Row 7, Lot 58, Hysom, Etta 11 May 1878 - 1899 dau of E.J and E.M. Hysom. Vol. II, p. 20, Bucyrus Cemetery, Section 3, Lot 74: Hysom, Laura L. 1872-1953; Hysom, George Rufous 1871-1937; Hysom, Ada 1893-1895. Vol. III, p. 19, Elmdale Cemetery, Osawatomie: Section II, Row 15, (no surname), Louis J. 1870-1905. Vol. III, p. 48, Elmdale Cemetery, Osawatomie: Section VI, Row 23, (no surname), William A. 1862 - 1925. Vol. III, p. 145, Oakwood Cemetery, Osawatomie, Lot 81, (no surname), Georgie d 16 May 1865.

Sean Furniss

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