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Topic: Lucinda Anne Ray Harbison
From: Jim Harbeson jim_h73701@yahoo.com
Date: Friday, December 29, 2000 12:07 PM

Lucinda Anne Ray was born in Kentucky in 1817 and died at or near Coffeyville,Ks. in 1917 at her daughters residence, a Mollie Fossenden(sp). She had been married to Limon Harbison and he was killed near Stillwell Kansas in 1864. I have been unsuccessful in finding any Fossendens in Kansas, much less Johnson County. I had contacted Kansas Vital Records but they had no record of her death. Probably due to either the spelling of the last name or she may have remarried. Any information on Lucinda and her children would be appreciated.


Topic: Campbell W D (Dale) Coffeyville KS
From: Shirley Seager shirl55@frontiernet.net
Date: Friday, December 29, 2000 02:38 AM

Looking for info on a W D Campbell (used name Dale) lived in Coffeyville, KS and worked in a funeral home there. Believe he lived on 8th St. Knew him when I was a child-he should be about 73-74 yrs old now. Just wondering what happened to him was once a very close friend of my family. Any info would be greatly appreciated and kept confidential. Anyone who may know him or what happened to him please e-mail me at shirl55@frontiernet.net. Thank you


Topic: Parker's
From: Teresa Gofourth tgo4th@hit.net
Date: Thursday, December 28, 2000 03:51 PM

I am looking for information on Parker family. My g grandfather was Alvin Parker married to Maud Webb. His nickname was "Bus". If anyone has information, please e-mail, tgo4th@hit.net.


Topic: George W. Exum Family
From: Gregory Exum exumg@aol.com
Date: Thursday, December 28, 2000 08:12 AM

Tyro, Caney area. Looking for Exum facts between approximately 1860 to 1930.
George W. Exum, where he was born and his fathers name.

e-mail address

exumg@aol.com


Topic: McConnell
From: Ed. McConnell eddale0507516@cs.com
Date: Wednesday, December 20, 2000 03:59 PM

Looking for information on George, James, Edward E. McConnell, William and Arthur McConnell. Owned McConnell Brothers and The Star Mills in Coffeyville, KS late 1860s to early 1890s. Edward E. McConnell was married to Emma (Barrett) McConnell. There son Edward McConnell born in Coffeyville in 1884. Another son is buried in Elmwood Cemetery. Grave Marker says son of E.E. McConnell, Died 1879. Have several pictures of family taken by Glass Studio. Pictures taken on ranch in or near Coffeyville and one picture of my grandfather taken in about 1888 when he was about 4 years old. My grandfather has only one eye in the picture. He lost the eye when his father was chopping wood.


Topic: McDaris / Looking on Info on My Great grandfather
From: Sandy D'Amato dayvalley@earthlink
Date: Saturday, December 16, 2000 01:15 AM

I was wanting to know if these facts are accurate My Great Grandfather is buried at Sunnyside Cemetary Sec.F Block E 1/2 lot does any one if this is true?
His name is William Rufus Rice McDaris.
Thank You For Your Help!
Sandy


Topic: James Stuart Mark
From: Eric Mark emark32096@aol.com
Date: Monday, December 11, 2000 02:53 PM

Looking for any information on James Stuart Mark. Died 1914 buried in Independence, KS. Was married to Ellen Tierney. She died 1907 also buried in Independence. Any and all help appreciated.
EMark32096@aol.com


Topic: Mr Edwards in 1870/census lookup
From: Catherine Sherbine dcsherbine@peoplepc.com
Date: Monday, December 04, 2000 10:05 AM

I would like to know if Mr Edwards of Little House fame existed. I have a good bit of Edwards genealogy and I would like to see if he would fit into my family. Researchers of Little House/Laura Ingalls Wilder are not sure if he was a real person. Could someone lookup the 1870 census and see if there is an Edwards?


Topic: Zemmer, Deacon
From: Sherry Fleischer sbfleisc@aol.com
Date: Sunday, November 26, 2000 02:42 PM

John Zemmer b 1833 m Sarah Elizabeth Deacon. They lived in Coffeyville, and had four children: Ambrose Harvey, Mary A., Jesse F. and Lydia Catherine. They traveled the Oregon Trail in 1887 and settled in Hailey Co, ID. Who were John Zemmer's parents and where was he born?

Lydia married James Obenchain probably in ID. Mary married Enos Walling 1888 Ada Co, ID. Who did Ambrose and Jesse marry?


Topic: Malone
From: Justine Miller jmiller585@aol.com
Date: Saturday, November 11, 2000 01:42 PM

Seeking any information on David Wallace MALONE who may have lived in Cherryvale, KS sometime between 1880 and 1900. He had two stepsons named WESTCOTT. Thank you.


Topic: Roberts Family
From: Justine Miller jmiller585@aol.com
Date: Friday, November 10, 2000 06:56 PM

Looking for descendants of L. C. ROBERTS of Independence, KS who lived there during the 1920s, perhaps 30s and 40s. He is the son of Levi and Josephine Roberts. Thank you.


Topic: Re: Mellington/Webber connection
From: Linda Hancock rlhlink3@aol.com
Date: Friday, November 10, 2000 03:30 AM

Would like to correspond with bev-ben@swbell.nr re: Moses Mellington and Mary Bond 1844-1932. My e-mail msg was returned. Please contact me at rlhlink3@aol.com. Thank you.


Topic: Harriman and Hagan
From: Barbara Brooks barbarab@argontech.net
Date: Wednesday, November 08, 2000 07:13 PM

I am searching for cousins Loessa and Gary Euel Harriman. They lived in the Cherryvale-Coffeeville area in the late 1930's. Also, would like to hear from anyone who knows anything about Della Hagan and husband Lee Lindersmith, Uel Hagan and wife, Hassie Hassel. Lacretia (sp ?), Marion Edward, Jim Hagan, their children. All are in the same area of KS.


Topic: Turner-Wilder-Baglion
From: Raymonda Allen AButterflyhill@aol.com
Date: Wednesday, November 08, 2000 07:10 PM

I need help finding family who lived in various counties in Kansas. Joseph H. Turner,
married minerva Jane Wilder, They lived in Montgomery, Howard, Elk counties. Minerva's dad is listed a N. on the census. Her mom was Mary from Georgia.I would like to find where the Wilder family went after the 1870 Kansas census.minerva died at Elk City in 1873. I cant find the cemetery.


Topic: Derringer of Coffeyville
From: Rhonda Cummings cumminga@fox-net.net
Date: Thursday, November 02, 2000 10:52 AM

I'm looking for anyone with information on
the Derringer family. Such as Otto, Otto jr.
Otto Jr. spouse was Dell Daisy Mosher or Mosser. Email me at cummings@fox-net.net Thanks.


Topic: William Frederick Clark
From: Claris B. Cox lallencx@color-country.net
Date: Thursday, October 26, 2000 09:23 PM

I am looking for information on William Frederick Clark, Born about 1881 in Coffeyville, Kansas. It is believed he was Mohawk Indian. His father may have been named Walter. He married Sarah Annie Christopher who was born in Arkansas. She was probably part Cherokee. Their children were born in Texas and Oklahoma. The oldest child, Aria Allen Clark was born 1904 in Manchester, Texas


Topic: Sam & Clara (Schoonover) Hall
From: Nancy Haviland nancyh@par1.net
Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 07:22 PM

I am seeking any information on Clara's mother & father. Also need some info on Sam & Clara. I know they lived in Elk City, Ks most of their lives.


Topic: William Donald Goff
From: Michelle Rodvill rodvillmichelle@aol.com
Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 12:51 PM

I am researching my grandfather William Donald Goff, he was born in Independence KS. His fathers name was Harry his first wife Bessie second wife Ione who lived to be 92 years old and died in 1991. He had a brother named Fred or Frank. I am desperately searching for information and hitting a brick road. My grandfather was a painter and a aviator.

Thank You
Michelle


Topic: Jack and Martha Manley
From: George Panter ggpanter@ aol.com
Date: Saturday, October 21, 2000 09:19 PM

I have in my possession some Old Postcard w/pictures around 1912 of Jack and Martha Manley and their children. I believe Martha was Martha Hill, daughter of James and Martha Hill from Alabama and Tennessee.


Topic: Benjamin J. Horn b 1862
From: Barbara Barrett sbarrett@gorilla.net
Date: Friday, October 13, 2000 12:05 AM

Looking for family and parents of Benjamin J. Horn b 1862 in Liberty Ks. He married Maude Slaton,West and settled near Wimer Indian Terr. Ok. 8 kids born during 1899-1911


Topic: mann, levi, wife maggie around 1870
From: Barbara Loiselle ncaldwell@terraword.net
Date: Wednesday, October 04, 2000 10:27 AM

looking for any information on levi mann, died in 1874 outside of liberty ks. his daughter was elzia marrie mann, wife was maggie mann who married george royer in 1876. thanks


Topic: Cemeteries & Funeral Home Info Coffeyville
From: Dianna Souza diannals@hotmail.com
Date: Tuesday, October 03, 2000 12:32 PM

I would appreciate any help given, I would like to know cemetery and funeral home names in the Coffeyville area. Thank-you Dianna Souza diannals@hotmail.com

From: Diana Cole hapygrdner@aol.com
Date: Thursday, October 26, 2000 05:17 PM

There are two cemetaries in Coffeyville. One is called Elmwood and has most of the earlier residents there the other one is called Restlawn Memorial Park, 2000 Woodland Ave. Coffeyville, Ks. 67337 Their phone is 316-251-2880. The funeral homes are Ford/Wulf/Bruns Funeral Home 316-251-3100. Another is Patterson Funeral Home 316-251-4150.
Hope this helps.


Topic: James & Dora Hargis, son Toy Hargis
From: "Dianna Souza diannals@hotmail.com
Date: Tuesday, October 03, 2000 12:27 PM

I am looking for family members of James and Dora Hargis. Children Toy Hargis and Clara. James Hargis's mother Sarah Elizabeth Stephens Miller was my great grand mother. I would like any information concerning family members. Would like to know what cemetery they are buried in and next of kin info. Thank-you Dianna Miller Souza diannals@hotmail.com


Topic: Tharp, Vonburg
From: Carolyn Tharp-Joy curlyhorses@juno.com
Date: Tuesday, October 03, 2000 08:21 AM

I would like to know any data on the above names for Montgomery Co., Kansas.


Topic: Calvet, Fonburg, Hogan, Leek, Schmidt, Tatum
From: Carolyn Tharp-Joy curlyhorses@juno.com
Date: Tuesday, October 03, 2000 08:20 AM

I would like any data on the above names for Montgomery County, Kansas.


Topic: Lyttle, Harmon, Stoneking, Chidester
From: Arthur Chidester artc@salmoninternet.com
Date: Saturday, September 30, 2000 03:57 PM

I am currently researching these names and I have some information on each of these families. I will be glad to share!


Topic: David Blue
From: William Blue wdblue@aol.com
Date: Sunday, September 24, 2000 12:32 PM

I am looking for the burial site and any information on David Blue, 1827 - 1902. The 1900 census shows that he was in Independence Township with his wife, Jane (Caslett). Jane was previously married to David and Jacob Wise. Any information would be greatly appreciated.


Topic: John Hildebrand
From: Laura Tollefson cheyne@mediaone.net
Date: Saturday, September 23, 2000 11:19 AM

I am searching for information on my great grandfather John Hildebrand. He was born sometime in the late 1880's and had married Olive Esther Chapman. They had two children. William Frank Hildebrand and Virginia Hildebrand. John and Esther moved to Oklahoma and then moved back to Coffeyville Kansas. Esther Divorced John around 1917 and remarried a Alfred or Albert Storch. Both Esther and Alfred died and the two children, now named William Frank Storch and Virginia Storch moved back to Coffeyville Kansas to live with their grandparents, the Chapmans.


Topic: Allen-Weeks Family in Caney, Kansas
From: Thomas Hester genie1root@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2000 09:24 PM

I am looking for information about Senia Victoria St. John, married to John Seth Weeks, then to George Allen. I found her on the 1920 Census in Caney, Kansas, at age 66, listed with her Mother-in-law Hannah D. Reed and her son Samuel William Weeks. I have a lot of information on the Weeks, and very little on Senia or her family.


Topic: Murray/Holland Family
From: Mark Lurtsema mlurtsema@yahoo.com
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2000 04:10 PM

I am seeking information about my g-grandfather Ora Wesley Murray c.1885. He lived in either Caney or Coffeyville.

He was a cowboy for awhile, then became a train conductor. He met and married Sarah "Sally" Belle Holland of Missouri while he was a train conductor.

He worked in one of the glass factories until it closed around 1920. He subsequently moved to California with his family.

He has two surviving children, Ethel Na-Deane Lurtsema (nee Murray), my paternal grandmother, and Holland Murray my great uncle.

Two of their children died within the first year of life from something called, "Summer Complaint."

If you have further information, I would be appreciative.

Regards,
Mark H. Lurtsema


Topic: Hodges, Sullivan, Wilson
From: T L Hodges pcuser@peoplepc.com
Date: Thursday, September 14, 2000 05:10 PM

I am researching the following surnames: Hodges, Sullivan, Wilson, Bond and Mellington. Bert Hodges and wife Nancy Jane Wilson came to Montgomery County circa 1885 shortly after their marriage. Other married siblings also came at that time A.J. & Alice (Hodges) Sullivan, Albert Ross & Sarah (Mellington) Hodges. At some point in time their parents, D.C. & Sarah Hodges also joined them. D.C. is buried in Jefferson as is Nancy's parents, Mark and Ann Marie Wilson. I have a lot of information on these individuals and am still searching for information on them.


Topic: John William Brown
From: Kim Tallie kkt71@hotmail.com
Date: Monday, September 11, 2000 11:03 PM

I am looking for information on grgrandfather, John William Brown. He lived in Independence (possibly rural) in the late 1800's and maybe early 1900's. He still has descendents in the area. His daughter Ida married William Jasper McDaniel and they settled in Independence their entire life.


Topic: Thomas Brown
From: Dorothy Stroup dorothy.stroup@mail.sprint.com
Date: Monday, September 11, 2000 04:48 PM

THOMAS BROWN: I am looking for a Thomas Brown (born about 1895)that was living in Coffeyville, Montgomery County Kansas in 1935. He had been a produce buyer for the past 6 years. He had a child with Nora (maiden name Towner, formerly married to Chauncy Apple) Brown. Any information is greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Dorothy.Stroup@mail.sprint.com


Topic: McConnell
From: Ed. McConnell eddale0507516@cs.com
Date: Monday, September 04, 2000 01:16 PM

Looking for information on Edward E. McConnell and wife Emma Barrett McConnell. Lived in Springfield, Illinois and Coffeyville, Kansas late 1860s to mid 1890s. Owned 2 businesses, McConnell Brothers and The Star Mills. Others in family at Coffeyville same years are George McConnell, John McConnell, William McConnell, Arthur McConnell and James McConnell. Family may have also owned a hotel in Coffeyville. One Son E.E. McConnell is buried in Elmwood Cemetery at Coffeyville, Kansas.

From: S R Aiken sircoulomb@hotmail.com
Date: Thursday, November 02, 2000 11:53 PM

My grandmother's sister, Anna Lorena Bowman, was married to a McConnell, and died shortly after childbirth in 1911. Lorena Sewell of Mineola, Texas, was her daughter. I do not know Mr McConnell's name or whether he was related to yours. The Bowmans lived in Caney, then near Bartlesville, then near Peru, Kansas.


Topic: Corser of Cherryvale
From: Ann Murphy mommurph@powwwer.net
Date: Sunday, September 03, 2000 11:48 AM

Myron Merrill Corser b. 1843 his first wife Mary Ellen Corser died Cherryvale ks.before 1869. mar. second Carolyn Foster had 11 children in Cherryvale.
James Byrton Oct. 11, 1869
Florence Roxanna Jan. 18, 1872
Carrie Roxana b. 1874
Jennie Elrona Nov. 7, 1876
Leroy Myron 1880
Harry Ray Jan. 1 1882
Clarence William 1885
Clara Welty 1885 twins
Herman & Sherman July 2, 1887 Twins
Froster Harold {Pete] Feb. 23, 1892
Myron had brother Milton L Corser mar. Nettie Clark they are buried Greenlawn Grenola, Elk Co Ks. There children I don,t know where born
Evelyn Roxanna b. July 22, 1869 mar. Bert Goodner lived in Attica Ks.
Orvilla Jan. 16, 1871 mar. Joe Shuttleworth
William Sherman 1873 mar. Alta May Leader lived Attica Ks.
Etta May 1876
Annette Dec. 14, 1878 d. Feb. 1, 1881 Buried Grenlawn Cem. Grenola Elk Co. Ks.
Elven
Carrie
If you know any of people please help me. Will share information I know. Ann mommurph@powwwer.net


Topic: herb or marion potter
From: Fred Potter caravan2@earthlink.net
Date: Saturday, September 02, 2000 11:39 PM

last address 1002 west first st, married jack jones, pls any information would be helpful, believe marion maiden name was wilkinson .. retiredchiefp@earthlink.net


Topic: Hailey, Ella of Coffeyville
From: Robert Hailey turnpiker43@hotmail.com
Date: Saturday, September 02, 2000 04:58 PM

Need info on Ella Hailey;
she lived at 208 Beech St. Coffeyville,Ks. in 1918. Her son George entered the army at El Dorado, ks in Sept 1917 He resided at 503 Star st. in El Dorado at that time. and info would be much appreciated on either one of these people.


Topic: Cowell/Carmen
From: Mike Llewelyn mikeandaudrey1@home.com
Date: Sunday, August 27, 2000 11:29 AM

Looking for any information regarding descendents of Firman A. Cowell. Firman had 5 children in 1880 census. Three we have no knowledge of history - William H. Cowell (b. 1869), Laura (b. 1874) and Grace (b. 1878). Also can not find death record of Firman but highly likely he died in Montgomery County after 1880, probably in Cherryvale area.

Also looking for any knowledge of a family who raised (and was relation of) Carrie Carmen. Carrie came to Coffeyville we believe in 1870 to stay with relatives after her parents died in Ames, Iowa.

Carrie married Firman's oldest son, Seldon Dennis Cowell (my great, great grandfather). They left Cherryvale in 1890 for Stevensville, Montana.

From: Diane Gibson chase-road@worldnet.att.net
Date: Sunday, February 10, 2002 06:52 AM

Carrie Carman was raised in Cherryvale by Jane Carman Handley and Samuel Rezin Handley. She is listed in the 1880 West Cherry Township Census in the household of Jane Handley as niece 14 yrs old La Oh Oh. Jane's brother Marshall was Carries father.
Hope this helps. Diane


Topic: Union Cemetery, Coffeyville
From: Ramona Honan r_honan@email.msn.com
Date: Monday, August 21, 2000 08:05 PM

Does anyone have access to who is buried in Union Cemetery in Coffeyville. I am specifically looking for anyone with the last name -- MARSHALL, e.g.

William Clyde Marshall
Madison Marshall
Albert Marshall
Elsie Marshall
Charles Marshall

But any Marshalls will help. Thank you.

Ramona Honan, Dallas


Topic: maria K disney
From: Ellie Smith elliessnuffy@aol.com
Date: Wednesday, August 09, 2000 09:02 AM

I am looking for information on my Great grandmother. She was born in Independence around the 1860's. E mail elliessnuffy@aol.com


Topic: Ade / Death record
From: Susan Hussmann sushi@apex.net
Date: Sunday, August 06, 2000 10:17 PM

Looking for death record of my gggrandfather, Christian Ade who moved to Cherryvale, KS in 1883 with his daughter, Lillian, who married a Fremont Beatty (Beady). Christian died in 1892 in Cherryvale, but have not been able to locate where he is buried or a death record of any kind. Help.

Susan
Paducah, KY


Topic: Surnames Manley / Cagle / Ghosten
From: Deleted User
Date: Saturday, July 29, 2000 11:01 PM

I am looking for information on Robert Manley and Mary Cagle. They had a child in Coffeyville, KS in 1913. Do you know who Robert Manley's parents were or who Mary Cagle's parents were? Mary Cagle's mother was supposed to be a GHOSTEN. Her parents lived around Pryor, Oklahoma.

Am looking for information on Alexander and Elizabeth DAVIS who lived in Sycamore Twp, Montgomery County beginning around 1870. I especially would like info on Elizabeth who died 2 August 1872. Have no verification of that. Also, Alexander remarried. New wife was Amelia TAYLOR who had a daughter named Flora Taylor. Amelia was born in England.
Any tidbits of info on Amelia DAVIS out there?


Topic: Ida May Tarver
From: Dave Myers myers_dave@hotmail.com
Date: Friday, July 28, 2000 05:03 PM

Looking for info. Ida May Tarver, born in Independence in the mid-late 1850.


Topic: GREW, ADAMS
From: Janice Brockman brocky@ici.net
Date: Friday, July 28, 2000 11:25 AM

Am looking for any information regarding a John W. GREW (b.1824)and his wife Mary W. GREW (b.1828). They were living in Independence, KS as late as 13 June 1990 at 400 W. Laurel St. per the 1900 census. They are not listed in the 1920 census at all. Have been unsuccessful in locating death date or burial information.

I had contacted the deeds office and Registrar of Probate back in 1996 and there were no records for either John or Mary listed. Also no records were listed for their children, Mary ADAMS(wife of John) or Marshall D. GREW (sometimes called Donald M.). I have no further information on their daughter, Mary ADAMS. Their son, Marshall GREW, was still living in Independence as of 1920 at 1008 West Myrtle St.

Thanks for any help,

brocky


Topic: Thixten,Utter
From: Judy Schramm momexp2753@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 04:30 AM

Anyone with any information on The Thixten family of Cherryvale, Hallene Utter Siler
(believe she was a postmistress at one time)
or the children of any of the above. Have located their Graves in Fair View Cemetery but at time was unable to locate more info on them. Know their must be someone who visits the cemetery as their were fresh flowers on four of the graves. Looking for living relatives as well as an any information.

Judy Schramm at momexp2753@aol.com


Topic: Marriages/funerals by Rev. Arthur Metcalf
From: John Metcalf jlmetcalf@earthlink.net
Date: Wednesday, July 19, 2000 10:07 AM

Rev. Arthur Metcalf (b. 1864 Lincolnshire, England, d. 1933 El Paso, TX) was a Congregational minister, spouse Ida Miller, two children: Col. Frederic Arthur Metcalf, and Etta Louise Metcalf. Arthur was my great uncle. I know what happened to Frederic, but all I know about Etta is that she married Wayne K. Greene and moved to Oregon. I would appreciate any information anyone has on her descendants.

Both Arthur and Frederic were avid photographers, and I have several of their photo albums. In addition, I have ArthurŐs pastor book covering 1900 to 1910 containing his sermon subjects, the marriages and funerals he performed, and lists of his congregations. During this period, he served churches in the following cities:

Lake Linden, Kewenaw County, Michigan
Garret, Anderson County, Kansas
Independence, Montgomery County, Kansas
Des Moines, Des Moines County, Iowa
Webster City, Hamilton County, Iowa

Frederic graduated in the class of 1911 from Webster City High School, and I have found pictures of this class among the photo albums, as well as various buildings that may be of significance to local history of the places where they lived. I am still going over the albums.

From: Dawn Kohlhorst kohlhorst@hotmail.com
Date: Friday, February 15, 2002 09:46 AM

Please let me know if there is any way to find out about a marriage in 1909...or anything else in the records on the following. John, Alice and Ross are buried in Havana, KS/ Bessie has stone, but is buried in Nebraska.
John J. Huffman 1861-1933
m.
Alice S. 1864-1932

Ross Linn Huffman 4-12-1888 to 1964
passed away in Winfield, KS
m. 1909

Bessie May Furnas Huffman b. 6-3-1891

Joseph Martin Huffman b. between Jan and April 1923


Topic: VAN ATTA - COX
From: Tom Henslee gopapat@aol.com
Date: Monday, July 17, 2000 10:26 AM

I am looking for info on the VAN ATTA and COX families of Coffeyville. John Clyde COX and Ethel VAN ATTA were my g-grandparents. Both born in the 1870s. I have photos of the VAN ATTAs that are over 100 years old that I will share via the Internet, if we make the connection. Any info will be appreciated.
Thanks,
Tom Henslee


Topic: COX - VAN ATTA
From: Tom Henslee gopapat@aol.com
Date: Monday, July 17, 2000 10:22 AM

Looking for info on the COX - VAN ATTA families of Coffeyville area. Particularly, the families of John Clyde COX and his wife, Ethel VAN ATTA. Both were born in the 1870s. Any info will be appreciated. I have photos of the VAN ATTAs that are over 100 years old that I will share via Internet, if we make the connection.
Thanks,
Tom Henslee


Topic: Davis of Montgomery Co.
From: Grant Berntson aguy70000@yahoo.com
Date: Sunday, July 16, 2000 01:29 AM

Antrim W. Davis was listed in the 1880 census of montgomery Co. in the city of Independence as a Marshal together with his wife Samantha who's maiden name was Rea. they later moved to Cherryvale and must have remarried to a Mary E. as she signed the deed for the sale of that property in 1885 to a William Talbot. His son, Perry Davis married Ida Duncanin 1879, and his daughter, Anna M. Davis married Henry McMullenin 1881. I have no information on whatever happened to these ancestors of mine and will appreciate any help I can get. I am descended from Antrim's first son who never lived in Kansas as he went to Iowa instead and married there. His name was William Lafayette Davis.


Topic: 1916 I have platt map for part of Montgomery Co KS
From: Michelle Detwiler mdetwilr@tx3.com
Date: Monday, July 10, 2000 10:39 PM

I have a platt map for parts of Independence and Liberty Townships 1916. It tells land owners and how many acres they have. I have transcribed an index which can be found on my website at
http://www.tx3.net/~mdetwilr
go to genealogy
go to Montgomery Co index

I do NOT live in Kansas and have no other info than what I've offered.

Michelle Detwiler


Topic: Hugh M. Hill
From: Josephine McVae mcvae@thegrid.net
Date: Saturday, July 08, 2000 09:12 PM

I am looking for information on Hugh M. Hill & Nellie M. they were living in cherryvale Montgomery County in 1910 they had three children Blanche age 9, Harold age 8 & Hugh M Jr. age 4 Hugh M. Jr. could be my father as I am trying to find out about him.

Thank You

Josephine McVae
mcvae@thegrid.net


Topic: Lilburn Neal
From: Mike Engel dejeme@juno.com
Date: Monday, July 03, 2000 03:51 PM

Am looking for information on Lilburn Neal. Born Moore County OK 1897. Died Caney, KS 1976.


Topic: Levi Reid
From: Jean Sellers jeanbug@aol.com
Date: Saturday, July 01, 2000 10:50 AM

Looking for descendants of Levi A Reid b 1866
Ky married Minnie C Wilson 1893 at
Independence, Ks. They had several children.
Levi & Minnie are buried in Elk City, Kansas.
Jean Sellers jeanbug@aol.com


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