Wilson County Kansas Queries

 

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Queries July - Dec. 2003


Anderson, BUSSERT, Cartwright, Chapman, coopers, CRAIG, Cronan, Damewood, Damewood, damron, Ethington, Gragert, hamilton, HAWORTH, Hunt, James, Jinks, LAWRENCE, McElroy, Mullen, Neal, Philpot, Rea, Rice, Russell, SHANNON, Shoop, Tinker, van hoose, WALKER, Welch, WHITE


Topic: Ira James Rice
From: Clyde Rice clideryce@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, December 30, 2003 03:50 PM

Looking for my gg grandfathers grave. Ira James Rice born 1808, Greene Co. NY. He came to either Wilson or Montgomery Co. KS, about 1882 by way of IA.

He had a daughter, Frances Marion Rice, married to a Joseph Rice, Ira's nephew, yes cousins. The best we know is Ira died Feb. 10, 1894. Frances and Joe, I believe lived there until death in the 19 teens or twenties. I believe they had at least one daughter, as my uncle told me he used to write to his cousin and she told him she could shoot antelope from the front porch.

Thanks for any info!
Clyde Rice


Topic: Harry O.? Mullen + Minnie Mullen Gragert
From: Wilhelm Gragert wgragert@t-online.de
Date: Friday, December 26, 2003 05:19 AM

Hi,
can anyone help? I'm searching for information on
Harry O.? and Minnie Mullen nee Gragert. Have found them in 1910 US Census (KS, Wilson Co, Fredonia City, ED: 212 4th ward, Pg.58b) and in 1930 US Census (KS, Sedgwick,
Wichita City, ED: 60, 4th ward, Pg: 252).
Havn't found them in 1920 US Census yet.
Thank you.

Wilhelm Gragert


Topic: James, John
From: Don Vaughn dwvwiv@earthlink.net
Date: Monday, December 22, 2003 03:12 PM

Does anyone know about any descendents of John James, who lived in Neodasha from about 1870 until his death in Nov. 1872? He was married to Sarah J. either Halstead or Doran.
He had a son named John James.
Thank you,
Donald Vaughn


Topic: Franklin M Hunt
From: Kelly McKinley kelly.mckinley@ohfa.org
Date: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 01:36 PM

I am looking for any information on Franklin M Hunt. He was born about 1857 and died in March 1901 in Cripple Creek Colorado in a mining accident. I believe he is buried in a cemetery in Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas. His wife was Annie Sarah Brindle. I am particularly interested in his parents. Please contact me at kelly.mckinley@ohfa.org if you have any information. Thanks!


Topic: Cartwright-Tinker Families
From: Charles Mansfield cmflatlander@wildapache.net
Date: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 02:48 PM

I am seeking information on the Robert and Susannah Cartwright Family who farmed near Coyville in late 1860's and early 1870's. Both died in Fredonia.
CHILDREN
Jeremiah
Thomas
Margaret married Elisha Tinker
Franklin
Doddridge was lawyer in Fredonia
Malcomb


Topic: Welch, Elmer, Wilson County
From: Wilhelm Gragert wgragert@t-online.de
Date: Monday, October 27, 2003 02:56 AM

Hi,
need some help. Have an Elmer Welch (* ab. 1893 in Kansas) married to Anna Gragert (* Feb. 5, 1892 Marion Co,IL)
marriage about 1912-1913 in my records.
Couldn't find his parents and date and place of birth.
Have found that couple in 1920 (KS,Wilson,Fredonia) and 1930 (KS,Wilson,Prairie Twp) US Census.
Thank you in advance.

Wilhelm Gragert
Quickborn/Germany


Topic: Chapman, Enoch
From: Dixie Swart traws@sbcglobal.net
Date: Sunday, October 12, 2003 04:59 PM

Looking for evidence of death and burial of Enoch Chapman January 16, 1893 in Wilson County, Kansas. Born 2/1/1870 in Kosiusko County, Indiana.


Topic: Hiram Neal
From: Joan White joan.white@valpo.edu
Date: Tuesday, September 30, 2003 02:46 PM

Looking for information on Hiram Neal. He migrated to Wilson County in the mid to late 1850's and is listed on the Kansas Pioneer ledger. His wife was Margaret Collins. They came from Iowa. They were married in Van Buren County.


Topic: Damewood, John H
From: Kathy Howe howepsycho@yahoo.com
Date: Monday, September 29, 2003 02:15 PM

Looking for information on a John Henderson Damewood. Born in TN 1822. Census Records show he was living in Wilson county in 1870 with his mother Mary Henderson Damewood. Any information would be greatly appreciated.


Topic: Russell Family
From: Barbara Craig blcraig11548200@yahoo.com Updated 3/27/09
Date: Monday, September 22, 2003 07:14 PM

I am seeking information on Jane A. Russell and her family that was in Wilson County in 1870 and 1880. Jane was a widow of Abraham Russell, and was listed with several of her younger children: Elizabeth, Matilda, Francis, Thomas, & Abraham on the 1870 census. In the 1880 census a married daughter was living with her - Elizabeth Berry. Jane may be buried in Wilson County.

Barbara Craig blcraig11548200@yahoo.com


Topic: Philpot and Jinks
From: Edward Wahl wahlbooks1@comcast.net
Date: Thursday, September 18, 2003 09:17 PM

I am looking for information about the Elmer Philpot - Mary Jinks family. They were married in Fredonia on December 24, 1897. They had three children: Ruby (born 1898), Reba (born 1906) and Hugh (born 1913). Elmer died between 1920 and 1930. Mary remarried Joseph Yetka. Mary lived past 1943. For many years they ran a rooming house on N. 4th St. I would be interested in knowing when Elmer died and when Mary died. Ruby married between 1910 and 1920, and Reba married between 1920 and 1930. I would like to know who they married. Finally, I would like to know what happened to Hugh. Thank you.


Topic: Shoop
From: Joan White joan.white@valpo.edu
Date: Tuesday, September 16, 2003 12:43 PM

I am researching my grandmother's(Margaret Ellen Shoop White) family, Shoop who came to Buffalo, KS around 1856. There were two brothers, William and Jacob. Any information would be appreciated. Joan


Topic: BUSSERT, LAWRENCE descendants
From: rette bidstrup rbidstrup@ultraplix.com
Date: Sunday, September 14, 2003 06:40 PM

Am looking for family of Bessie Lawrence and Oma Lawrence. They are the sisters of my Grandmother, Maysel Julia Bussert Clinton. She was born in Neodesha May 5, 1912, left Neodesha as a young girl and came to the Colville Washington area. To my knowledge she only saw Bessie & Oma once after leaving. They were married to Frank and George Lawrence, but am not sure which sister was married to which. Any information would be greatly appreciated.


Topic: John H. Damewood
From: maryann wegerer lilfe4869@aol.com
Date: Sunday, September 14, 2003 12:04 AM

I am seeking information re: John H. Damewood. I have a notation that he was the administrator of the will of Dorinda J. Damewood in 1776 and an entry for him on the 1880 Federal Census. But then he disappears. He is mentioned in the 1899 obit for his son Thomas. Does anyone have some help for me on this?


Topic: Anderson/McElroy
From: Patricia Anderson hoagie920@aol.com
Date: Monday, September 01, 2003 06:22 PM

I am looking for information re: my husbands family.
This is all we know (from an old obituary).
Grandfather: John Anderson
Grandmother: Montana McElroy Anderson
Children: Irvin, Howard, Alice, Hazel, Helen.
Irvin born: March 7, 1901
Howard born: August 7, 1911
Obituary states: Irvin was born, went to school, and grew up in Neodesha, Kansas. Does anyone know anything about this family or where I can look further? My husbands father (Howard) died when my husband was 3 years old.. thus, no other information available. Thanks
Pat Anderson-Hoagie920@aol.com


Topic: CRAIG SHANNON WHITE WALKER
From: Yvonne Brunson lbrunson@cox.net
Date: Sunday, August 17, 2003 03:00 PM

AM LOOKING FOR ANY INFORMATION ABOUT THE JAMES M WHITE, GEROGE SHANNONS, NANCY CRAIGG FAMILES THAT LIVED IN THE COYVILLE, KANSAS AREA.

AM ALSO LOOKING FOR THE WILLIAM WALKER FAMILY THAT LIVED IN THE GUILFORD KANSAS AREA.

YVONNE BRUNSON


Topic: looking for Emmett Cronan descendants
From: jamie barnett jamisus@aol.com
Date: Sunday, August 10, 2003 05:25 PM

Hi!
My name is Jamie Barnett and I live in Los Angeles. I am doing research on a family name Cronan. Specifically, Emmett Cronan. He died in Jan. 1979 in Wilson County. He had ties with the communities of Buffville, Hilford, and Neodesha. I don't know who any of his survivors may have been, and that's my problem, I would truly like to find them as I am related to them. If anyone who reads this may have known him or his family members I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. Thank you so much.

Jamie Barnett
jamisus@aol.com


Topic: HAWORTH
From: Margaret Haworth mejfh@aol.com
Date: Sunday, August 10, 2003 01:01 PM

Would like to contact living Haworth/Scott family members in the Fredonia area. My grandfather was Richard Wilson Haworth, m. Martha Scott. My father was born in Coyville in 1894 and moved with parents to Ramona, CA.


Topic: hamilton
From: elsie ammon jammon@carolnet.com
Date: Monday, July 14, 2003 11:15 AM

need information on a hamilon killed on the rr1890?leaving 3 children george,gladys,john 2 youngest were placed in a orphanage that burned to the ground years latter oldest went with mother father was from ireland or scotland


Topic: Rea / Ethington Family in Neodesha, Wilson County
From: harold ethington harold-ethington@att.net
Date: Thursday, July 10, 2003 08:03 AM

Looking for information on the James Jackson / Annie Elizabeth Ethington REA family. Lived on Wisconsin St. (Neodesha) in the 1910 and 1920 census.

James Jackson REA born 1855 PA, died 1916 probably Neodesha.
Annie Elizabeth Ethington REA born 1869 MO, died after 1920.

Children: Cynthia, Ruby, Charles, Kora, Annie Jewell, Iona, Earl, Dorothy, and Edith.

Respond to:
Harold Ethington
The Ethington Family Organization
3049 East Mt Jordan Rd.
Sandy UT 84092
(801) 942-0918
Harold-Ethington@att.net
full database at www.ethington.org

From: Maurene Leggett mosims@aol.com
Date: Saturday, August 16, 2003 06:24 PM
Originally Posted 4-Jul-2003 18:55

Would like to find Oscar Ferguson married Maggie(VanHoose or Bales or Reed) they have 4 children Thomas, Raymond, Eveline, Alice. They are in the 1900 census in wilson county living in there household is Abigail and Henry Reed.
Abigail is the mother of Maggie. In the LDS 1880 census her name is Maggie(1869) Van Hoose, but I have found two other names for her daughter of Joseph Bales or Henry Reed or Samuel VanHoose as stated in the 1880 census...

I also found she died in 1899 that is why Maggie is not in the census. New Address MaureneLegg@aol.com


Topic: coopers van hoose damron
From: Maurene Leggett MaureneLegg@aol.com
Date: Saturday, August 16, 2003 06:21 PM
Originally Posted 27-Jun-2003 07:40

I found Joseph Van Hoose and Maggie Van Hoose in the 1880 census but can't find what happend to them... They were in the house hold of Abigail and Aaron Cooper.......


I also looking for any information on Charles L. Cooper married to Eva in the 1930 census... I want to purchase a death certificate but I am not sure of when he died.. I know he was 47 in the 1930 and married eva 22....

and they lived in Middletown Kansas... HELP PLEASE.

New Address MaureneLegg@aol.com


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