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Unknown Kansas Location Queries

 

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Queries Jan. - May 2005

 


 

Topic: Ravine, Kansas
From: mel allison mrallison77@hotmail.com
Date: Thursday, May 26, 2005 10:27 AM

My gg-grandmother's obituary stated she was living in Ravine, Kansas. Where is Ravine located.

 


 

Topic: Joseph Bates
From: Michael Ragan mikeragan87@yahoo.com
Date: Saturday, May 21, 2005 03:07 AM

I have a newspaper that says veteran Joseph Bates is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Quenemo. The cemetery has no record of him and no marker exists. Can someone help identify him and his whereabouts?

 


 

Topic: Tobe Lockwood
From: Michael Ragan mikeragan87@yahoo.com
Date: Saturday, May 21, 2005 03:03 AM

I have a newspaper that says Tobe Lockwood, a Confederate veteran, is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Quenemo. The cemetery has no record of him and no marker exists. Can someone help identify him and his whereabouts?

 


 

Topic: Marie (Forpahl) Harris
From: Becky Best mortswife@comcast.net
Date: Tuesday, May 17, 2005 09:31 PM

I have a photo of a baby - note on back: Marie (Forpahl) Harris. She was named after me. Daughter of Jim and Lucy Forpahl. "Me" refers to Marie Barber Boyts. One of Marie's aunts was Iva Forpahl Barber, married to Fred Barber. I assume this baby is from that family. If you are interested in seeing the picture, please let me know. I'll be happy to e-mail to you. (Not sure of date, nothing specific to give it away. Aunt Marie was born in 1908. I'd guess 1920-1940 ish!)

 


 

Topic: Tabitha stumpff
From: aubrey mcdonald kcmo_skye2004@yahoo.com
Date: Tuesday, May 03, 2005 02:47 PM

Anyone with any info on the name Tabitha stumpff?

 


 

Topic: springers related to melvin
From: scuffy scuffymagroo scuffymagroo@hotmail.com
Date: Tuesday, May 03, 2005 02:12 PM


From: Melissa Boston mboston@houston.rr.com
Date: Sunday, May 29, 2005 05:11 PM

Can you give me more information as to what information you want for Springers related to Melvin?

 


 

Topic: BRYAN, Charles & Muriel
From: Virginia Wilson vawilson8303@webtv.net
Date: Tuesday, May 03, 2005 07:05 AM

I am trying to locate my Dad's Uncle Charlie and Aunt Muriel BRYAN. I know Dad corresponded with "Uncle Charlie" and I think he last lived in Anthony, KS. My Dad was Mason Henry BRYAN, b. 11 Jul 1899 in Boone Co., MO, the son of Elam Sabinas BRYAN born 17 Jun 1870 in Illinois and Martha "Mattie" Marshall ASBURY born 02 Apr 1872 in Columbia, Boone Co., MO. Dad passed away in 1966 and I believe "Uncle Charlie" may have passed away shortly before that time. I appreciate any help one can provide and I am willing to share information I have.
Thank you very much. Virginia (Bryan) Wilson

 


 

Topic: Elizabeth Betty Perkins Pickering/George Pickering
From: A. Robinson kcsummer@sbcglobal.net
Date: Tuesday, April 26, 2005 01:34 AM

Looking for information about this couple known to have had at least 2 sons and lived for a time in Leavenworth, Kansas, and are buried in Platte County, Missouri. Aproximate birth dates: 1900. Aproximate date of death for George Pickering: 1971. Aproximate date of death for Elizabeth Betty Perkins Pickering 1994.

 


 

Topic: Earl Frank Trammell
From: cindy trammell cindymay_95963@yahoo.com
Date: Thursday, April 21, 2005 05:50 PM

Looking for any information on Earl Frank Trammell - dob 8/26/1917 in unknown Kansas town. Birth name was Evans...was adopted by unknown Trammell after the death of his birth father.
Any information would be appreciated.

 


 

Topic: Fase
From: kathie wood whisperingwind190@yahoo.com
Date: Sunday, April 17, 2005 10:59 AM

I am searching to find out where my Grandfather, Kermit C. Fase, passed away. I need the county and the city. I have found his date of death as Feb.14th, 1989 and was buried in Chapel Hill Cemetary in Kansas City , Kansas. Please help!

 


 

Topic: Joseph Elijah Staley
From: V Thomas rnvthomas@yahoo.com
Date: Saturday, March 26, 2005 06:55 PM

Looking for any information on the parents of Joseph Elijah Staley. I know he married Margaret in 1900 and had a daughter named Grace in 1904. He was one of 13 children, with 8 brothers (named Bert, Okla, Frank and Willie) and 5 sisters. The family was members of Kansas Mormon.

 


 

Topic: ELWELL
From: Robert Hornaday hornaday@carolina.rr.com
Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2005 10:15 AM

Looking for ancestors of Jeremiah Ewing ELWELL, born 12 Aug 1852, died 17 Aug 1940, Chester NE.

 


 

Topic: Snelling
From: Carl Snelling csnellin@willamette.edu
Date: Tuesday, March 15, 2005 11:32 PM

I am looking for Charles W. Snelling (b.KS) husband of
Verna Estella Olmstead (b.1/30/1889;Togo,Graham,KS).
Can anyone help me with this family line.

 


 

Topic: Alfred Burwell in Kansas
From: David Adams davidadams7@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, March 08, 2005 06:57 PM

I am looking for any information on Alfred S. Burwell who was supposed to have committed suicide in Kansas sometime shortly after 1910. We have a newspaper article stating that he was staying "with a nephew" at the time of his death. Does anyone have any information? He moved to Kansas from Iowa. His son's name was Clyde (C.C.) Burwell. Thank you.

 


 

Topic: Inez Billings
From: Lavina Rafaele lomanikaya@yahoo.com
Date: Sunday, March 06, 2005 12:20 PM

I'm looking for any information on my grandmother, Inez Billings. All I know is that she was born June 9, 1873, somewhere in Kansas. She married Raymond Leslie Wales. My father Myrle Otto Wales was born in Jewell Kansas. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Lomanikaya@yahoo.com

 


 

Topic: Richard family 1880's
From: Penny Bradley penniwinkle2004@yahoo.com
Date: Sunday, February 20, 2005 03:05 PM

My great-grandmother was born in Kansas on July 28, 1886. Her mom's name was Delphine. Her sibs were Walter, Pearl, Leo, Elmer and Gertie. How do I find out where she was born?

 


 

Topic: Stephen Decator Shinn and wife:
From: Darryl Mentzer nordar1@tvsonline.net
Date: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 12:46 PM

Hello: I'm a Western Historian doing extensive research on Stephen Decator Shinn and wife Carrie. I'm trying so hard to find, if these people are buried somewhere in Kansas? Would someone, please try to help me in any way, any way at all. I would be very greatful to you.
Thanks:
Darryl:

 


 

Topic: Bish
From: Sharon Rippetoe ripnsharon@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, January 25, 2005 12:05 PM

I am seeking info. for William and Sylvia Bish and their daughter Nora (maybe Cora Bish) Nora was born in Kansas, County unknown, probably in 1880. Nora and her parents later moved to Iowa, Lee County, where she married Charles Sherrick March 1900. I am seeking any info. regarding any children that may have been born to Charles and Nora Bish Sherrick. Any help appreciated. Thank you.
Sharon
Madera, Ca.

 


 

Topic: William & Mary francis 'fannie' richardson HUNT
From: shanna rutledge nannashanna2003@yahoo.com
Date: Friday, February 11, 2005 10:19 AM
Originally Posted 20-Jan-2005 11:48

Looking for relations and Infromation of
WILLIAM HUNT b.1855 D.OCT 13, 1929 who married 2-18-1878,
MARY FRANCIS "FANNIE" "SORA OR SARA" RICHARDSON b. 1854,
Their children are
1. William "willie" b.1878-1879,
2. LILLE BELLE B. MARCH 10, 1880-82,(married herman
Herbert Vahldick)this is my Paternal GreatGrandparents.)
3. Minnie b: oct 1881
4. Elmer L. b: jan 18,1886 d. nov 22, 1973
5. Benjamin Harrison b: mar 11, 1889 d. oct 1, 1980.

In 1912 the family came from Greene Co. Missouri area to Chanute,Neosho,KS, elmer & ben went Iola & Humboldt Allen co.
In 1920 William was living with Benjamin as a widow in Iola.

Would like to know when William and Fannie died as well as their first son Willie,& Minnie and where buried. would like to have copies of obits, death certs. ect....

looking forward to hearing from you...

 


 

Topic: DANVERS GENEALOGY
From: William Hubbard usasavet@earthlink.net
Date: Thursday, January 20, 2005 11:28 AM

Looking for information concerning a WILLIAM F. (FRANKLIN?) DANVERS, listed as born Kansas @ 1868. There is a William F. Danvers listed as born 1868 in Douglas County, and he married a MYRA KISTLER, again in Douglas County @ 1889. I am trying to determine if these persons are one and the same. 1920 census lists a William F. Danvers in Chicago, age 51, married to a MONTIE ( ), age 40, with a son, WILLIAM F. Jr., born 1919. Thank you very much.

 


 

Topic: Coleman
From: sara nute sararandybaker2005@yahoo.com
Date: Tuesday, January 18, 2005 06:52 PM

we are trying to locate my husbands father who he never new. the only information that we have is his name, charles or chuck coleman. the gentle man may be in his early or late 60's and was from kansas or kansas city kansas. my husbands mother was only married to him for around 3 months. and will not show us husbands birth certificate or give us any information. this would have been 29 yrs. ago. 1974-1975 . this charles coleman was married to a kathy pemberton (which was her maiden name) but at the time of the marriage her name was possibly kathy baker as she was married to a baker before the marriage to coleman. any info would be helpful. sararandybaker2005@yahoo.com


From: Teresa Wilson teeter@stjoelive.com
Date: Wednesday, March 02, 2005 02:18 AM

your husband can get a copy of his birth certificate from the state where he was born, and the name and other info will be on it. You don't need his mother for that.

also copies of marriage licenses are a matter of public record and available at the county where the couple were married. A copy is only 1.00 or you can view it for free.

 


 

Topic: macho
From: Judy Price jmbp_99@yahoo.com
Date: Saturday, January 08, 2005 10:05 PM

trying to locate family of Walter H and Cora Macho who lived in Burntwood, Rawlins, Kansas according to the 1930 census. Had daughters Alberta, born 1915 and Laverne born 1918.

 


 

Topic: Neifert
From: MaryAnn Corby mancg71@aol.com
Date: Friday, January 07, 2005 10:30 AM

I have been researching Neifert's from PA. There were a few Neifert that moved from PA to Kansas-William B., Jacob, John, and Isaac Neifert. They settled in Kansas and had family. Can anyone help me with some history?


From: Ardie Grimes mad_genealogist@yahoo.com
Date: Friday, January 07, 2005 04:03 PM

Hi Mary Ann,
your email address bounced, so I hope you check this board again.
Search for your Neifert family in the 1895 Kansas census at
http://www.kshs.org/genealogists/census/kansas/census1895ks.htm#1895database

Some of them appear to be in Mitchell County, Kansas

Not related - just wanted to point you to this resource,
Ardie

 


 

Topic: Seeking Swale descendants
From: geoff boon gandsboon@hotmail.com
Date: Sunday, January 02, 2005 06:05 AM

I would like to hear from anyone who is descended from Charles Swale or Swales. Charles was born about 1838 in Yorkshire, England, his father was John and his mother was Ann.

The family left England in the 1840's and settled in Iowa, Charles later settled somewhere in Kansas.

Geoff (Yorkshire, England)


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