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Pawnee County Queries 2006

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To enter queries for your ancestors in Pawnee County, send your query to me, with the new Pawnee County Query / Surname Entry Form!!  Your queries MUST mention Pawnee County to be posted on these query pages.

Note: Users of a web-based email program such as some users of AOL, WebTV, Juno, CompuServe and users of MSN that have opted to use MSN Explorer's web-based email. Please use the link directly below to send your queries and/or surnames.  I have found that this form by it's very nature does not work unless there is an email program  resident on your computer.  I am sorry for this inconvenience, I am working to find coding to enable this form to be used by all. - Kenny

Kenneth Thomas (kgthomas51@charter.net)

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HERRICK...ROWLEY
Bob Thomas (oink@mho.com)  11 October 2006
Pierce HERRICK (1804-1887) is said to have died in Larned, Pawnee County, Kansas 26 Apr 1872.  I would like to know if and where he is buried in Larned. His sister, Edith (HERRICK) ROWLEY (1813-1904), is also said to have died in Kansas.  Any information on either of these two folks would be greatly appreciated. They were from Caton, Steuben Co., NY. Thanks.


HILL
Russell Hill (russhill@comcast.net)  12 August 2006
I am looking for the date and place of burial of an Andrew Delbert HILL. Born 1887 Mercer County, Missouri and lived in Larned, Kansas until death.


MARTIN...TALBERT...CAMPBELL
LONG...PYLES
Gloria Orr (dhorr@sac.sticare.com)  30 July 2006
Looking for information on my Great-Grandfather James K. MARTIN.  He died in Pawnee County, Garfield (I think) on April 4, 1887. He had two children, Thomas H. MARTIN and Carrie Dell MARTIN. He was married at the time of his death to Amanda Catherine (LONG) (PYLES) MARTIN. Amanda later married Enos TALBERT.


COLBERT
Richard Colbert (r.d.colbert@comcast.net)  29 July 2006
Looking for death or residence records for a Mason COLBERT family.  Mason's wife Josephine indicated in pension records that Mason died 1876 in Pawnee County.  Family resided Sedgwick, Greenwood, and Elk counties between 1870 and 1900.


MOSS
Bennie Moss (bsamoss@verizon.net)  9 July 2006
I just learned that a Great-Uncle of mine Joseph Bennet MOSS, was in Larned, Kansas in 1909.  He had a brother killed here in WV. and there was an article about it the in your newspaper. I have been looking for him in Kansas for a long time.  I would appreciate any and all info you could give me on him while he was there.


PORTEOUS
Karen Glass (kglass18@mac.com)  11 June 2006
The headstone inscription for my Great-Great-Grandmother Elizabeth PORTEOUS says she died in 1886. There is no other dates. I would like to know more about her death. I have contacted the KSHS and the Kansas Vital Records - no information. Death records for the state don't go back that far. I have searched newspapers for Larned and Garfield - nothing found. The Congregational church she belonged to no longer exists in Garfield, Pawnee County, Kansas. I have been searching for someone who knows where the church records were deposited OR if they still exist. I have contacted churches in Larned and Kinsley along with the main Congregational Church Archives in Boston, MA. I also contacted the archives at the Santa Fe Trail Museum where they have a depository of local history. So far, nothing is being found.

Would anyone on this list be able to help? Are there any undertaker records available from that time?


CLINE
Edward Moore (nmoore157@comcast.net)  18 May 2006
My wife's Great-Grandfather, Michael CLINE, lived in Larned -- and we believe he died there, too, in the range of 1910 - 20, and we're trying to pin down IF he died there, and if so when. He was born 1854 in Virginia, married Amanda ANDES of Virginia, and moved west in the late 1880's. Can you help us? Would very much appreciate it!


STURGIS...HAMILTON
Jack Walter (jwwalt@att.net)  26 March 2006

Seeking descendents of George STURGIS and his daughter, Grace, who married A. C. HAMILTON of Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas, late 1800's. George was from LaGrange County, Indiana- his wife, Mary J., was daughter of my Great-Great-Grandfather, Gary P. NEWNAM of LaGrange Co., Indiana.


VAMPLEW...PORTEOUS
Karen Glass (kglass18@mac.com)  24 March 2006
My Great-Great Uncle John Rouse VAMPLEW lived in a sod house in Keysville Township around 1878-1882.  It had two rooms, bedroom/living room and kitchen.  The four-poster bed held up the roof in the center of the combo room. I have searched the web and contacted KSHS, the only Pawnee County soddie image I received was built later than 1882.
I would be interested if someone had an image of a Pawnee County "soddie" amongst their family photos they would be willing to share.


OSBOURN
Bess Wilson (emmettwilson@sbcglobal.net)  6 March 2006
I am researching Daniel OSBOURN and Sarah Goff OSBOURN.  Daniel (s/o John & Eliza OSBOURN) b. 8 Apr 1829, Knox County, Ohio; d. 16 Oct 1880.  Sarah Jane GOFF (d/o Thomas GOFF & Elizabeth SMITH) b. 10 May 1831, Lewis County, Virginia, d. 30 Sept 1891.  They married 11 Nov 1854, Ritchie County, West Virginia.  They had one son, Eli F., b. 15 Apr 1862, d. 30 Apr 1882.  Any information on their place of death, burial, etc. would be appreciated.


COLLINS
Ed Masters (zwmasters@xmission.com)  5 March 2006
Looking for information about Lewis E COLLINS and family.  Lived in Grants Township, Pawnee, Kansas and Marena Twp, Hodgeman, Kansas between 1900 - 1930.


OSBOURN...MAXFIELD
Sheryl Hardcastle (panhandlekid@yahoo.com)  28 February 2006
I am trying to find out if Daniel OSBOURN & his son, Eli F. OSBOURN, died in Pawnee County.  Daniel died 16 Oct 1880 & Eli died 30 Apr 1882.  Also need to see if anyone has record of Daniel's widow, Sarah Jane (GOFF) OSBOURN, marriage to a James Porter MAXFIELD.  It occurred 6 October 1881.  I am trying to help a cousin on the OSBOURN situation. Am going bonkers on the MAXFIELD situation as my gg-grandma, Melissa (SWANDER) GOFF, married a James Porter MAXFIELD in Kingman Co. Is it the same fella? That's the question of the day.


STAMBAUGH
Holly Ness (nanny72651@yahoo.com)  11 January 2006
Looking for William H. STAMBAUGH, b: abt 1849 and his wife Celia (Cecelia), b: abt 1845. 1880 census shows them in Brown Grove, Pawnee County, Kansas.  According to the census he was a stone mason.  Any information would be appreciated. Would love to know if they were buried there too.


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