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"Ben"&nbsp; MAXEY (born: 1875 Laurel, KY death:&nbsp; unknown) and his family.&nbsp; His wife was Amelia BURLEY (born:&nbsp; 4 Nov 1886 in KS death:&nbsp; Mar 1982 Hiawatha, Brown, KS).&nbsp; They had four children:&nbsp; Fred (1907-1965?), Elmo E (1911-1992?), Elizabeth Ann (1912-1980 in CA) and Gwendine (1916-1925?).&nbsp; According to several federal and state census records, they lived in Hiawatha, Brown, KS.&nbsp;</big></div> <div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big> I have Amelia s parents as Alfred A BURLEY (born: May 1859 in MO) and Bettie ? (born:&nbsp; 1867 in MO?).&nbsp; &nbsp;</big></div> <div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big> Benjamin s parents were Jabez MAXEY(born:&nbsp; 1838 in VA&nbsp; death:&nbsp; 1900 in KY) and Sarah or Sallie FUGATE (born:&nbsp; 1832 in VA death:&nbsp; 1900? in KY?)&nbsp;</big></div> <div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big> Any help would be wonderful.&nbsp;</big></div> <div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big> Kim Everett</big></div> <div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big> <a onclick="onClickUnsafeLink(event);" href="mailto:kimeverett@comcast.net"> kimeverett@comcast.net</a></big></div> <div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big> 1330 Glen Oaks Drive</big></div> <div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big> Memphis, TN&nbsp; 38119</big></div> <div><span style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"> 901-291-1829&nbsp; Home</span><br style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><span style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;">~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br></span><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">BROWN, KILMER, ROOP/ROUP</span></big><br><big>Looking for information on great great grandfather and grandmother, John Henry BROWN (born in Indiana? abt 1855?) and Eva Jane SMITH (born in Iowa? 1864) and their parents, My great grandfather, <br></big><pre style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big><font size="3"><big>John Henry BROWN, was born in Hiawatha (possibly Horton) on July 25, 1893. My great grandmother Hazel G KILMER was born in Topeka, KS on December 24, 1895 (parents were Orland B <br>KILMER and Lydia Charlotte ROOP or ROUP). Both my great grandfather and great grandmother went to Horton High School in 1912 ( I have a copy of the yearbook). <br>Ancestry websites have my great grandfather's birthplace (in a millennium file) as Wisconsin, I know this is not true. Looking for birth certificate and any other information leading to knowledge of their <br>parents and earlier generations. <br>Thanks you<br><a href="mailto:jeffbrown@bresnan.net">Jeff Brown</a></big></font></big></pre> <font style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;" face="Times New Roman" size="3"> </font><div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"> <font size="3">~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">KISTNER</span></big><br><big>KISTNER, David A., KISTNER, David H., KISTNER, Philip A.&nbsp;&nbsp; Need family photos and cemetery, and exact location of death of Philip A. who died San Mateo, CA. along with any other information.&nbsp;</big></font></div> <big><font style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;" face="Times New Roman" size="3"><big> </big></font></big><div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big> <font size="3"><big> <a href="mailto:kistner101@gmail.com">James L. Kistner Sr.</a></big></font></big></div> <big><font style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;" face="Times New Roman" size="3"><big> </big></font></big><div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big> <font size="3"><big> 670 Arrowhead Lane</big></font></big></div> <big><font style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;" face="Times New Roman" size="3"><big> </big></font></big><div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big> <font size="3"><big> Cave City, AR 72521&nbsp;</big></font></big></div> <big><font style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;" face="Times New Roman" size="3"><big> </big></font></big><div> <big><font style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;" face="Times New Roman" size="3"><big> 870-283-1584</big></font></big><p style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><font size="3">~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">COMBS</span></big><br><big>My name is Shaun Combs, I am looking for information (Birth, death and stories) on &nbsp;Mattie COMBS.&nbsp; Mattie was married to John COMBS, the family story is that John COMBS left Mattie and 9 children and that Mattie worked as a telephone operator in the early 1900 s. <br><a href="mailto:scombs@abscarstar.com">Shaun Combs</a><br> 1342 Main Street<br> Billings, MT.&nbsp; 59105<br> 406-259-1856<br> 406-259-1929 - fax</big> <br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br></font><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">HARRINGTON</span></big><br><big>Am looking for obituary and possible photo of Grant Woodbury HARRINGTON. Born 5 Jun 1865 Troy Center Wisconsin, died 1952 Kansas. Buried in Hiawatha. Thanks.</big><br></p><big><font style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;" face="Times New Roman" size="3"><big> <a href="mailto:Eyoungmunz@roadrunner.com">Beth Young Munzing</a></big></font></big></div></div><p style="text-align: left;"> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">BENGSTON, JOHNSON</span><br>Hello! I live in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but have been a grateful member of the Brown County Genealogical Society for a few years since you folks made some amazing discoveries for me--particularly concerning the marriage of my great aunt in the home of one John Bengston in Robinson in 1884. Now I have a couple other, and related, questions. I am wondering if you have in your files any photos of John BENGSTON and family and/or house. The John Bengston I am interested in had a prosperous farm in Robinson Township and was born in Hastveda Sweden in 1840 and then later moved to Hiawatha where he died in 1927--and is buried there. I did find one photograph, online, in the <i>Annals of Brown County</i>, p. 497, via Open <a onclick="onClickUnsafeLink(event);" href="http://library.com/" target="_blank">library.com</a>.<br></big></p><div id="mpf0_readMsgBodyContainer" class="ReadMsgBody" onclick="return Control.invoke('MessagePartBody','_onBodyClick',event);"><div id="mpf0_MsgContainer" class="SandboxScopeClass ExternalClass ContentFiltered"><big>Relatedly (as they would be more likely to have pictures), I am wondering if there are any descendents still living in the area--or about whom you have information as to there whereabouts. I am a very distant relative (he was my great grandmother's brother), but my chief interest is that he was largely responsible, I believe, for bringing my grandfather Swan JOHNSON (as well as at least two of his siblings), over from Sweden. One of these, Nellie Johnson, was even married in his house in 1884 (which I only know thanks to you)! If there are relatives around who might be interested in communicating, perhaps you could tell me how I could reach them--or, so they not be bothered if they don't want to be, perhaps they could contact me, Dan Conrad, at <a onclick="onClickUnsafeLink(event);" href="mailto:danrad23@gmail.com">danrad23@gmail.com</a>. <br><br>Whetther or not you have anything that would be relevant to this request, I remain ever grateful for what you have done already for me and others.<br>Dan Conrad<br>5011 Newton Ave S<br>Minneapolis, MN 55419<br><a onclick="onClickUnsafeLink(event);" href="mailto:danrad23@gmail.com">danrad23@gmail.com</a></big><br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br></div></div><p style="text-align: left;"><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">SEVIER<br></span>I am looking for information on death record, obit, a will or any other information on this person.<br></big></p><big> JOHN SEVIER<br>b. 1796 Knox, TN<br>d.1863 Hiawatha, Brown, Kansas<br><br>Thank you for your help.<br>B Cartwright - <a href="mailto:davaleec@aol.com">davaleec@aol.com&nbsp;</a></big><br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">MINNEMAN</span></big><br><big>Hello!<br>I am looking for any information on an ancestor of mine named Hugo Alfred MINNEMAN.&nbsp; He was born November 12, 1879 in Sunman, Indiana and died October 22, 1922 in Hiawatha, Kansas.&nbsp; He was married to a Rebecca Charlotte Meyer on November 2, 1902 in Carson, Kansas.&nbsp; I believe his wife was born there in Brown County on 12/14/1880.&nbsp;&nbsp; </big><div><big>Hugo&nbsp;moved to Kansas with his family in 1894 and they settled in Ottawa County.&nbsp; However, He&nbsp;somehow met and married his wife there in Brown County then came back to Ottawa County for awhile.&nbsp; Then he and Rebecca and their&nbsp;family moved back to&nbsp;Brown County sometime between 1910 and 1915.&nbsp; His WWI draft card lists him as a hardware salesman but I believe he also farmed.&nbsp; I was hoping there might be an obituary or something that would shed some light on his life there in Brown County.</big></div> <div><big>&nbsp;</big></div> <div><big>Thank you!</big></div> <div><big>&nbsp;</big></div> <div><big>Steve Minneman</big></div> <div><big><a onclick="onClickUnsafeLink(event);" href="mailto:seminneman@yahoo.com">seminneman@yahoo.com</a></big><br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~</div> <big><span style="font-weight: bold;">HITE</span><br>Surname: HITE, David<br><br> Last known location: Mission Township, Brown County, Kansas in the 1885 State census. Living with son James HITE and wife, Mary. &nbsp;</big><div id="mpf0_readMsgBodyContainer" class="ReadMsgBody" onclick="return Control.invoke('MessagePartBody','_onBodyClick',event);"><div id="mpf0_MsgContainer" class="SandboxScopeClass ExternalClass"><div class="ecxWordSection1"><p class="ecxMsoNormal"><big>Age: was 78 years old.</big></p> <p class="ecxMsoNormal"><big>Wanting to know if there is a burial record for David HITE?</big></p> <p class="ecxMsoNormal"><big>Thank you.<br><a href="mailto:nardal54@gmail.com">Narda Foust</a></big><br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~</p><p class="ecxMsoNormal"><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">SMITH</span><br></big></p><p class="ecxMsoNormal"><big> I am looking for info about the death&nbsp; and burial of<u> Zachey SMITH, b. 5 Mar 1876 who d. 20 Nov 1879 near Hiawatha, Kansas.&nbsp; </u><br>Specifically, <u>I hope to find where he is buried and whether there is a headstone.</u>&nbsp; So far, I have been unable to locate him in the online records for cemeteries in Brown county, Kansas.&nbsp; <br>I found the obituary quoted below among the papers of my great-aunt but the newspaper clipping does not state what newspaper it was printed in nor the date.&nbsp; If anyone knows what paper it was printed in, please let me know.<br> Also, does anyone know if there was an epidemic of membranous croup in 1879?&nbsp; <br> Here's the obit:<br> "DIED<br> SMITH - Nov. 20th 1879, of membranous croup, near Hiawatha, Zachey, son of Simon and Mary SMITH; aged 3 yrs., 8 months and 15 days."<br> <br> Thanks in advance for all help -- your gracious assistance is appreciated.<br></big></p> <big><a class="ecxmoz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:Laird2@swbell.net">Laird2@swbell.net&nbsp;</a></big><br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<p class="ecxMsoNormal"><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">BARTLEY<br></span>I am looking for a picture of the Five Bartley Brothers. It would have been in 1908 in Brown County, Kansas. The newspaper wrote a story about" The Five Bartley Brothers". The brothers were: Patton Bartley, John Bartley, Francis Bartley, William Bartley and Nichols Bartley. They were the children of James and Sarah Bartley of Wallen's Ridge, Hancock County, TN. They decided it was a good time for the five brothers who look so much alike to have a picture taken. I'm trying to find a copy of this picture. <br><br>Please contact me at <a href="ducky1c@insightbb.com">ducky1c@insightbb.com </a><br>Thank you, Alice Bartley</big></p><p class="ecxMsoNormal">~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~</p> <p><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">JOSLIN</span><br>I'm trying to locate a Donald L Joslin,&nbsp; his address after 1945 was 915 Pottawatomic St, Hiawatha.&nbsp; I have a couple of photos of him from WWII .&nbsp; If he is still living he would be in his 90's .&nbsp;He was in the same army unit as my dad Mike.&nbsp; Company C of 131st Ordnance Maintenance Battalion, 9th Armored Division.&nbsp;Thank you for any help in locating him or maybe a family member.</big></p> <p><big>&nbsp;Sincerely,<br>John Wasylow<br>Grand Forks ND<br><a href="mailto:wasylow@q.com" onclick="onClickUnsafeLink(event);">wasylow@q.com</a> </big></p><hr style="width: 100%; height: 2px;"><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">SPIRES</span></big><div><big>Samuel and Sarah Spires and family were living in Haiwatha in the 1870 census. Sarah died 1870 and Samuel and family moved back to Pa.. Is there any records pertaining to her death and where she is buried? &nbsp;I have looked for years without any success. &nbsp;Can anyone be of help? &nbsp;C.D.Smith</big></div> <div><big>&nbsp;</big></div> <div><big>&nbsp;Charlotte Smith</big></div> <div><big><a href="cascds@earthlink.net" target="_blank">cascds@earthlink.net </a></big><br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">KLEBER<br></span></big><div style="padding-left: 2px;" id="ecxINCREDI_TEXT_AREA"><big><big> </big></big><div><big>Mary Catherine &amp; Julius H Kleber</big></div><big> </big><div><big>I am looking for Mary &amp; Julius' family that were said to live in Padonia, Brown co., Ks. &nbsp;Their children were: Bernice A, born EST 1908; Clarence born 1910 and&nbsp;Born 15 Oct 1924 d: 11 Mar 2007 I believe in Hiawatha, Ks. <br>Any information would be appreciated.&nbsp; My e-mail is <a href="trhlvsdh4sure@gmail.com" target="_blank">trhlvsdh4sure@gmail.com</a></big></div><big> </big><div><big>Mary Catherine was the daughter of Carl H &amp; Catherina Kahlbau.</big></div><big> </big><div><big>Thank you,</big></div><big> </big><div><big>Toni R Hyde</big></div></div><a href="trhlvsdh4sure@gmail.com" target="_blank">trhlvsdh4sure@gmail.com</a><br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">SHANNON</span><br>I am looking for descendants of James Orville SHANNON b. Sept. 22 1838 Robertson co Tn. d. Dec 4 1927 in Hiawatha Brown Co Ks. Married to Margaret Iantha House. Son was James Orville SHANNON Jr. b. July 1887 Brown Co Ks. d. Jan 5 1960 Midland Tx. I am interested in finding a picture of my great great great grandfather who was Kelly Shannon. If you know living descendants there now feel free to give them my cell number or email address. <br>Thanks, Paula Lee SHANNON. <br></big><br><big>Paula Shannon 615-417-0799<br><a href="mailto:pls6355@aol.com">pls6355@aol.com</a></big><br><big>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><span style="font-weight: bold;">SEVIER<br></span></big><div id="mpf0_readMsgBodyContainer" class="ReadMsgBody" onclick="return Control.invoke('MessagePartBody','_onBodyClick',event,event);"><div class="SandboxScopeClass ExternalClass" id="mpf0_MsgContainer"><big><big><font size="2"><big><big>Hello,</big></big></font> </big><br><big><font size="2"><big><big>I am trying to find the locations of my G3-grandfather's farm and grave in Brown County, KS. His name was John SEVIER. According to a family history, he moved to a farm near Walnut Creek approximately six miles north of Hiawatha in 1858. I believe his farm was near the current location of Hart cemetery just north of Padonia. This is based on the fact that the family names listed in the Hart Cemetery transcript correspond to the family names listed as neighbors of John Sevier in the 1860 census and as the neighbors of his sons, Moses and Jasper, in the 1875 census. One of Mose's infant daughters, Clarinda, died in 1881 and is buried in Hart Cemetery. John SEVIER died June 11, 1863. The only information I have says that he was buried on the family farm, but I am wondering if that corresponds to what became Hart Cemetery and that his old stone was missed when the cemetery was transcribed.</big></big></font> </big><br><br><big><font size="2"><big><big>Thank you in advance for your help.</big></big></font> </big><br><br><big><font size="2"><big><big>Tony Ryan</big></big></font> </big><br><big><font size="2"><big><big><big><small>Descendent of John SEVIER</small></big></big></big></font></big></big><br><a href="mailto:ANTHONY.M.RYAN@sargentlundy.com"><big>ANTHONY.M.RYAN@sargentlundy.com</big></a> <br><b>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br></b><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">MORGAN</span><br>I am looking information on James Arthur MORGAN, my great-grandfather. Specifically, I am trying to find the name of his parents, and potentially a sister, Stella I. (which might stand for Irene) Morgan.&nbsp;</big><div><big><br></big></div><div><big>He was born January 8, 1891 in Kansas, though I am not exactly sure where. I found this 1910 census record for Fairview on Familysearch:</big><div><big><br></big></div><div><big><a target="_blank">https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/1T14-5L8/p_21179583&nbsp;</a></big></div></div><div><big><br></big></div><div><big>I believe that the James Morgan in this record is my great-grandfather. Everything on here matches what we previously knew about James (his birth month and year, his father's birthplace - England, and his mother's birthplace - Iowa). This record places him in the home of Cornelius Fannen, who is listed as his uncle. Since his father's last name was Morgan, I believe that this may be an uncle on his mother's side, and Fannen might possibly be her maiden name. I have been unable to find any other records or information about Cornelius Fannen, who is listed on the above record as being a milkman. There is also a sister listed on this record, Stella I. Morgan. My great-grandfather named one of his daughters Stella, and gave another one the middle name of Irene, leading me to further conclude that this might be a record of my great-grandfather.&nbsp;</big></div><div><big><br></big></div><div><big>Any help you can provide would be appreciated. My mother and I have been trying to find information about this relative for years. No one in our family would speak of him, including his own son and daughters, so we have virtually nothing.&nbsp;</big></div><div><big><br></big></div><div><big>Thank you for your time,</big></div><div><big>Heather M. Morgan</big><br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><span style="font-weight: bold;">BICHLMEIER / SEMMLER<br></span><p class="ecxMsoNormal"><big>Greetings!<br>My name is Ali and I am looking for ANY information, pictures or facts about my Great Great Grandfather and Grandmother for my genealogy class. Unfortunately, nobody in my family knows much about them except for that they are buried in St. Leo s Cemetery &nbsp;in Horton. Their names are Joseph BICHLMEIER, died around 14 December 1914&nbsp; and Ann Victoria (SEMMLER or SEMLER) BICHLMEIER, died around 5 November 1928, supposedly also buried in Horton Kansas at St. Leo s. Any information will be appreciated and if there is any descendants that are able to help me in my search. I know that they both came over from Germany in 1876. I believe they settled in the area sometime after 1899 due to their last child was born in Nebraska in 1899. Any help would be greatly appreciated. </big></p><p class="ecxMsoNormal"><big>The easiest email for correspondence is <a target="_blank">chrisandalioja@yahoo.com</a></big></p><p class="ecxMsoNormal"><big>Thank you!<br>Ali Oja</big></p><p style="font-weight: bold;" class="ecxMsoNormal">~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><big>KALE</big></p><p class="ecxMsoNormal"><big>I am trying to locate the Burial plot location for Marvin KALE, Joe KALE, Doug KALE they would have been buried next to one another, here in Brown County, I believe at Mount Hope </big>cemetery but I'm not sure....Thank you ..<br><big>Best Regards Ken Rivers<br><br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><span style="font-weight: bold;">EARLY</span></big></p> <div><big>A James M Earley and family ledt Richardson Co NE by 1880 and&nbsp; probably spent the rest of his life in your county. &nbsp;I believe his wife may have been a Louisa Ida Penrod &nbsp;Could someone assist me finding any probate.or&nbsp; any cemetery records and/or obituaries for the family.&nbsp; Also would be interested in any early area directories listing this family. &nbsp;&nbsp;Would be interested if any descendants still live in the area. &nbsp;James was born in Missouri abt. 1845&nbsp; His mother Mary Early (probably widowed) was in Buchanan Co Mo by the 1850 census and then the family is next found in the Pawnee territorial area of SE Nebraska. &nbsp;I am a researcher from Cloud County KS and am helping a descendant of William D Early who came to Cloud Co in 1888 and was a brother to the James I am requesting info about.</big></div> <div><big>&nbsp;</big></div> <div><big>Thank you so much for any help you can provide</big></div> <div><big>&nbsp;</big></div> <div><big>Marilyn Johnston</big></div> <div><big>918 Broadway</big></div> <div><big>Concordia, KS 66901</big></div> <div><big>&nbsp;</big></div> <div><big>785-243-1018<br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br></big><br><big><span style="font-weight: bold;">MAHAN</span><br>I am looking for info re Mary Mahan, (married to John Samuel Mahan, my grandfather) born March 26, 1873 in Missouri, and died March 13, 1910, Phoenix Arizona.&nbsp; Body shipped to Hiawatha Kans. on March 13.&nbsp; Mother's name was Julia Dawes, father unk.&nbsp; Had previously lived in Californa (believe San Francisco/San Bruno area).&nbsp; I believe that Mary and Samuel also had a daughter who predeceased Mary.&nbsp; Would like to find marriage certificate and any other info on Mary or Samuel prior to her death.<br>&nbsp;<br>Thank you.<br>&nbsp;<br><span style="font-size: 12pt; font-family: &quot;Tahoma&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;;">Bill Mahan</span><br><span style="font-size: 12pt; font-family: &quot;Tahoma&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;;">Phoenix, AZ</span><br><span style="font-size: 12pt; font-family: &quot;Tahoma&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;;">602.692.7092</span><br><span style="font-size: 12pt; font-family: &quot;Tahoma&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;;"><a href="mailto:wamassoc@cox.net">wamassoc@cox.net</a><br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><br></span><big style="font-weight: bold;"><span style="font-size: 12pt;"><big><small>RUTLAND</small></big></span></big><span style="font-size: 12pt; font-family: &quot;Tahoma&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;;"><big><br></big></span>Hi, I am looking for any information you might have on my great-aunt, her mother, her brothers, or her father. &nbsp;Her name was Ethel Viola Rutland and she was born in 1911 in Hiawatha, KS (as far as I was told) her brothers were Orville and Oscar Rutland (they should be born there as well). Her mother was Tilley Rutland, although I do not know her maiden name. &nbsp;I would like to find out Tilley Rutland's maiden name, as I am trying to find out information about my great-grandparents, and her brother was my great-grandfather. &nbsp;I doubt you would have any information about my great-grandmother, as I think she was originally from Picher, OK, but her &nbsp;name was Edith Devore and she was born sometime prior to 1911 although I do not have any exact year or date. &nbsp;Thanks so much! &nbsp;</big><div><big> Best,&nbsp;</big></div><div><big><big><small>Jessie Schwartz&nbsp;</small><br></big><a href="mailto:jessierosebud@gmail.com">jessierosebud@gmail.com<br></a><br>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~<br><span style="font-weight: bold;">FAUCETT</span></big><br style="font-family: Arial;"><div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big>Hello, </big></div><div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big>I am looking for any information on my great grandparents:</big></div><div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big>FAUCETT, John Fletcher b 1855 d 1930</big></div><div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big>FAUCETT, Mary Belle b 1859 d 1930</big></div><div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big>They are both laid to rest in the Morrill County Cemetary in Brown County, Kansas.</big></div> <div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big>One of their children would be a daughter&nbsp;Ruth FAUCETT who married Frank KIRBY. </big></div><div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big>From what I have been able to find they lived a majority of their lives in Iowas and I am not sure when or why they would have moved to Kansas in their later years.&nbsp; Thank you for any leads or information anyone can provide. Would enjoy finding obituary, church records, family tree, etc. Not able to find anything on <a href="http://ancestry.com/" target="_blank" onclick="onClickUnsafeLink(event);">ancestry.com</a></big></div> <div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big>&nbsp;&nbsp;</big></div><div style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><big>Cheryl Bonn&nbsp;</big></div><big style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"><a href="mailto:cherylm63@gmail.com" onclick="onClickUnsafeLink(event);">cherylm63@gmail.com</a></big><br style="font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif;"></div><br><br><big></big></div><p class="ecxMsoNormal"></p><p class="ecxMsoNormal">&nbsp;</p><br></div><br><span id="rmic1" class="c_ic_i"><span class="link c_icinmenu3"></span></span><span id="rmic1" class="c_ic_i"><span class="link c_icinmenu3"></span></span></div></div><span id="rmic1" class="c_ic_i"><span class="link c_icinmenu3"></span></span></div></div></div></div> <div id="readMsgBodyContainer" class="ReadMsgBody BorderTop" onclick="return Control.invoke('ReadingPane', '_onBodyClick', event);"> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3"> <font face="Arial"> </font></font><div> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3"><font face="Arial"> </font></font><div id="readMsgBodyContainer0" class="ReadMsgBody BorderTop" onclick="return Control.invoke('ReadingPane', '_onBodyClick', event);"> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3"><font face="Arial"> </font></font><div class="ExternalClass" id="MsgContainer"> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3"><font face="Arial"> </font></font><div id="readMsgBodyContainer1" class="ReadMsgBody BorderTop" onclick="return Control.invoke('ReadingPane', '_onBodyClick', event);"> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3"><font face="Arial"> </font></font><div class="ExternalClass" id="MsgContainer5"> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3"><font face="Arial"> </font></font><div class="EC_Section1"> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3"><font face="Arial"> <span style="font-family: Arial;"> <font color="#800000" face="Arial" size="2"> </font><p class="EC_MsoNormal" align="center"> <font color="#800000" face="Arial" size="+1"> <b><font face="Arial"> <a href="Queries.htm"> <font color="#800000"><br>2005 and 2006 BROWN COUNTY QUERIES</font></a><br> <a href="Queries%202009.htm"><font color="#800000">2009 BROWN COUNTY QUERIES</font></a><br> <a href="Queries%202010.htm"> <font color="#800000">2010 BROWN COUNTY QUERIES</font></a></font></b><br> <b><font face="Arial"> <a href="Queries%202011.htm"> <font color="#800000">2011 BROWN COUNTY QUERIES</font></a></font></b></font></p><p class="EC_MsoNormal" align="center"> <font color="#800000" face="Arial" size="2"> &nbsp;</font></p> <hr> <font color="#800000" face="Arial" size="2"></font> </span> </font> <font color="#800000"> <span style="font-weight: 400;"> <font face="Times New Roman"> <p align="center"><a href="index.htm"><font color="#800000">Brown County Genealogical Society Home</font></a></p></font><font face="Arial"></font><p align="center"><font face="Arial">&nbsp; <a href="http://skyways.lib.ks.us/skysearch.html"> <font color="#800000" face="Times New Roman">Search all of Blue Skyways<br> Including KS GenWeb Project</font></a></font></p><blockquote align="center"> <font face="Arial"> </font><blockquote align="center"> <font face="Arial"> </font><h5 align="center"><font face="Arial"><font face="Times New Roman"><a href="http://skyways.lib.ks.us/index.html"><img src="skybttn.gif" alt="Blue Skyways" border="0" height="43" width="66"></a>&nbsp; <a href="http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/brown/index.html"> <font color="#800000">KSGenWeb - Brown County, Kansas </font> </a><a href="http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/index.html"><img src="kslogosm.gif" alt="KSGenWeb" border="0" height="76" width="89"></a></font></font></h5><p align="center"><font face="Arial"><img src="usgw-s4.gif" border="0" height="83" width="82"></font></p></blockquote></blockquote></span><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial"></font></font></font></font></font><p><font face="Times New Roman" size="3"><font color="#800000"><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial">&nbsp;</font></font></font></font></font></p></div><font face="Times New Roman" size="3"><font color="#800000"><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial"> </font></font></font></font></font></div> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3"><font color="#800000"><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial"> </font></font></font></font></font></div> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3"><font color="#800000"><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial"> </font></font></font></font></font></div></div> <font face="Times New Roman" size="3"><font color="#800000"><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial"><font face="Arial"> </font></font></font></font></font></div> </div></body></html>