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Queries January - December 2004

 

DAVIDSON, DAVISON

LaVonne Aldag  May 10, 2004
Am trying to find Leman (Bud) Davi(d)son, born 1852/53 in Porter Co. IN  His father and step-mother lived in Stafford Co. from 1880 on and he is buried at Neeland Cem.  Half bros. Enoch and Nicholas and stepbrother, Henry McHenry in Stafford Co. also.  The family left Porter Co. in late '60's and went to Gentry Co. MO by 1870. Then Leman disappears. 

 

THOMAS

Bob Meliza July 5, 2004
I have information that George Thomas and wife Susanah J. (Meliza) Thomas were in Stafford County ca 1900 and 1910 from Census records.  Just wondered if there was any other information on them when they lived there, ie History books or biographical sketches or what ever.  Any information appreciated.
 

 

WEBSTER

Phyllis Webster September 1, 2004
My family has tried for decades to learn about my great-grandfather, Earnest "Paul" Webster, born 12/19/1892 or 1893 or thereabouts.  Any help you can provide would be appreciated immensely. 

 

RAPHE, REPH, REEB

John Reeb October 27, 2004
I am trying to make contact with any descendants of Franklin Sylvester Raphe, who was born in Nortthampton County, Pennsylvania to Charles Reph and Sarah Anthony, on 28 April 1872 and baptized at Christ Church UCC, "Little Moore" on 16 June 1862. I have noted that Frank Raphe died 21 October 1917 and is buried in Farmington Cemetery, in Stafford County, KS. I have been doing research on the Reeb family genealogy for many years. Reph, Raph, and Raphe are derivatives of the Reeb name.  I know the direct lineage of Frank Reph back in time to the mid 1600s and will be happy to share this information with descendants of the Raphe family.

 

GRIMES, CAMPBELL

John Grimes November 13, 2004
Looking for any information on John F. Grimes and Fannie Belle Campbell.  Both died and I think buried in Macksville, Stafford Co. Ks.  My grandfather Emery Grimes and father John Grimes were also born there.  Any information would be deeply appreciated.

 

TANNER

Kathleen Bevis Jones November 14, 2004
Can You help me with the James Wiley Tanner family  they moved to Kansas in  1880 sometime  Had 4 children  James died in March 1910 buried in Fairview cemetery  St. John Kansas  Wife was Rosanah Bevis Tanner from Florence. Alabama  children were Lillie, Myrtle. James Jr.    Jesse   Rosanah was my great aunt I cant fine any more than what I told you  Thanks for any help  you might give me

 

SWARTZ

Joetta Heiser December 20, 2004
I am interested in information on Horace & Kate Hockman SWARTZ who are listed in the Stafford Co. 1900 Census. They had 4 children at that time I believe. They later moved in Reno Co., Kansas. Also Horace's brother John lived in Hudson, Stafford Co., Kansas for a number of years. Both of these brothers were born in Indiana.  I would appreciate any information on any of these.  Thanks in advance,

 

 

 

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