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Brittingham
Brittingham
Brown
Brown
Brown
Brown
Brown
Bruce
Buchanan
Buchanan
Buchanan
Camp
Carter
Casteel
Cortney
Coyne
Craig
Craig
Cresup
Dail
Dalson
Entzminger
Faulkner
Feemster
Felps
Felter
Fisher
Flynn
Flynn
Ford
Gates
Gates
Gilbert
Green
Gump
Gunn
Gwill
Hall
Hall
Hammond
Heifley
Hendricks
Hessong
Higby
Hill
Hinton
Holeman
Holeman
Holeman
Howell
Huff
Huggins
Hunting
Iliff
Jennings
Johnson
Johnston
Jones
Jones
Kastel
Kastl
Kastle
Keyes
Keyes
Keyes
Keys
King
Kinser
Knight
Knight
Leaper
Lewis
Lockwood
Longstreet
Longstreet
Lowry
Lucas
Lynch
Martin
Martin
McComb
McElhany
Miller
Moore
Moore
Moore
Moran
Moran
Mylius
Neil
Newell
Nickleson
Nold
Norris
Osborn
Perkins
Plain
Pretz
Pretz
Price
Proctor
Ragan
Ramond
Ramsey
Randall
Raney
Reeder
Reese
Rohrer
Ruble
Ruble
Ruble
Shadley
Shaffer
Shaffer
Shawler
Sheppard
Shipman
Shipman
Shively
Shue
Simpson
Simpson
Simpson
Sitler
Slemmons
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Stephenson
Stevens
Stewart
Stone
Strand
Streever
Sumner
Sutherland
Taylor
Teel
Thomas
Thomas
Thompson
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Tiffany
Tiffany
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Fulton Independent
January 1889 through September 1889

Bourbon County’s Fulton Independent was a weekly newspaper. The first issue, dated August 8, 1884, was published on a Friday; beginning August 30, 1884, issues were published on Saturdays. A. W. Felter was Editor/Publisher. These extracts have been copied as accurately as possible, but errors may still occur. Minor printing errors have been corrected, but otherwise the information is presented as it originally appeared. Please consult the individual reels to verify an item. I do not have any further information about these individuals or families. Contributed by Ellen Bisson (thebissons@worldnet.att.net)

Fulton Independent

Jan 5, 1889, pg 3, col 3

[All of the following originally published by the Mapleton Telephone]

Born: On the 21st [of Dec], to Mr. and Mrs. Claud Higby, a daughter.

Married: On [Dec] 24th, at the residence of bride’s parents, Mr. John Allison, to Miss Isabel Cortney, Rev. Taylor officiating.

Married: On [Dec] 25th, at the residence of the bride’s parents by Rev. H. J. Dalson of Ft. Scott, Mr. A. W. Strand and Miss Ida F. Mylius.

Died: On [Dec] 23rd, at his home northeast of town, George Bacon; the deceased was an old resident of this part of the country and had served four years in the army of the union.

Jan 12, 1889, pg 2, col 3

[All of the following originally published by the Mapleton Telephone]

Died: At Ft. Scott on [Dec] 30th, J. B. Wilson. The deceased has been a resident of Bourbon County for many years. The corpse was interred in the Mapleton cemetery on [Dec] 31st.

Born: On [Dec] 25th, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Amer, a daughter.

Jan 19, 1889, pg 2, col 3

Married: On [Jan] 3rd occurred the marriage of Mr. Howard Hill, of Dakota, and Miss Mate Smith, one of Barnesville’s most charming young ladies. (Barnesville news)

Jan 26, 1889, pg 2

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Born: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Kinser on the [Jan] 1st. (Dayton news)

Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rohrer, of Hammond, Kansas, on Friday [Jan] 18th, a son. Mother and child doing well.

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Died: On the 17th, a little daughter of M. S. Carter. The funeral services took place at the West Liberty church on Friday, the 18th, Rev. J. E. Whitehead officiating. [This child’s name is apparently Sadie; she was the daughter of Marvin and Mary Carter. On Mar 9, 1889, a memorial poem submitted by a playmate in memory of Sadie.]

Feb 9, 1889, pg 2, col 3

Married: At the residence of the bride’s parents, two miles east of Fulton, on Thursday, [Jan] 24th, at 3 o’clock p.m., by Rev. J. E. Whitehead, of this city, Mr. G. W. Faulkner and Miss Emma C. Gwill, both of Bourbon county. Quite a number of invited guests were present and a fine table was spread for all.

Married: Jesse Ford and Miss Mary Teel were married on Sunday at the residence of Justice Ard about ten miles southwest of town. (Bronson Pilot)

Married: Mr. Will Raney, of Anthony, and Miss Orvella Sumner of this vicinity, were married last Tuesday evening. Only a few intimate friends were in attendance. Mr. Raney is a model young man, and Miss Sumner is one of the most amiable young ladies in this part of the country. They left for Anthony on the evening train, and carry with them the best wishes of all their friends. (Mapleton news)

Feb 16, 1889, pg 2

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Married: Mr. Wm. Shawler and Miss Alice Shively were married on Tuesday, Feb. 29 [sic], near Bayard.

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Died: At his residence at West Liberty, on Thursday morning, Feb. 14th, of consumption, Wm. W. Stevens, aged about 45 years. Funeral services took place at the West Liberty M. E. church on Friday at 2 p.m., Rev. Mr. Thomas of Hume, Mo. officiating.

Feb 23, 1889, pg 2

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Married: At the residence of John Ruble, Esq., one mile east of Fulton, by Rev. J. E. Whitehead, on Tuesday, Feb. 19th, at 8 o’clock a.m., Mr. David Sheppard and Miss Cynthia Zoe Sitler, both of Bourbon county.

Died: On Saturday evening, [Feb] 16th, at the family residence five miles southeast of this city, of whooping cough, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Braden, aged about 1 _ years. The funeral took place from the residence at 2 p.m. on Sunday last, Rev. S. Keyes officiating.

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Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gump, on the 10th, a son. (Barnesville news)

pg 3, col 1

Died: The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Proctor, of Dayton, died last Monday morning, so we are informed.

Mar 2, 1889

pg 2, col 4

Married: Col. Reese and Miss Alice Brewer were joined in the holy bonds of wedlock on the 19th day of Feb. (Prescott Enterprise)

Died: At her home at Prescott, Feb. 29, 1889, Mrs. Brittingham, wife of Arthur W. Brittingham. Her funeral discourse was preached by Rev. Thomas Stephenson. She was a member of the M. E. Church, and a member of the Order of Rebekah. The funeral was conducted by the I.O.O.F. lodge. She leaves a husband and five children. (Prescott Enterprise) [See below @ Aug 17, 1889 for death of Mrs. Brittingham’s father, Samuel Bruce.]

Died: A little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Huff, aged 3 years, died Wednesday of membraneous croup. (Bronson Pilot)

pg 3

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Died: It is with feelings of deep sorrow that we announce the death of Mrs. Wm. E. Hinton, in January last, of quick consumption, at the residence of her father, near Caney, Kansas. The information was given us this week by a member of the family.

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Married: At the Catholic church in this city, on Tuesday, [Feb] 20th, by Rev. Father Martin, John Moran and Miss Laura Stone, both of Bourbon county.

Mar 9, 1889, pg 2

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Married: At the residence of the bride’s mother five miles east of Fulton, near the Indian creek school house, at 11 o’clock a.m., Sunday, [Mar] 3, by Rev. Mr. Cresup, Mr. Albert Smith, of Mo., and Miss Adeline Moore of Bourbon county.

Married: At 9:30 o’clock a.m., Monday [Mar] 4th, at Saint Patrick’s church in this city, Rev. Father Martin officiating, Mr. Thomas J. Flynn and Miss Ada E. Withers, both of Bourbon county. The bride was received into the church fellowship prior to the performance of the marriage ceremony. Mr. Larry Moran, Jr., and his sister May, cousins of the bridegroom, acted as groomsman and bridesmaid. The father of the bride was present and gave his daughter in marriage in accordance with the established usages of the Catholic church. The marriage was private, only those being present who were related to or on terms of intimate acquaintance with the families of the contracting parties. Mr. Flynn is a brother of W. E. Flynn, the Fort Scott attorney, and is well and favorably known to many of our readers. The bride is the daughter of Mr. A. J. Withers, proprietor of the mill west of Mapleton, and is generally esteemed by all her acquaintances for her ladylike qualities.

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Married: We are informed that Jesse Perkins was married last week. (Mapleton Dispatch)

Born: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Neil in the Spring Valley neighborhood on Monday.

Married: At the Pleasant Ridge church, by Rev. D. C. Moore, Mr. Jerome A. Wolfe and Miss Cora M. Moore.

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Died: On the 26th [Feb], of scarlet fever, little Dora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Katsel, aged three years. The parents have the sympathy of this community in their bereavement. [Note: This might be the family identified above as Kastle.]

Mar 16, 1889, [g 2

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Died: At 7 o’clock on Wednesday morning, [Mar] 13th, at his home near Prescott, Kansas, at the advanced age of 72 years, Richard Brown. Deceased was born in county Cork, Ireland, and came to America about 40 years ago. He lived for a few years in Kentucky and drifted into Kansas in 1859, and located on the farm he occupied at the time of his death. He leaves a wife and two sons - John Brown, the present postmaster at Prescott, and Dennis Brown, a thrifty farmer of Sheridan township, Linn county. His last illness extended over a period of about nine weeks, and was caused from accidentally stepping upon a sharp and rusty nail, when inflammation set in and blood poisoning was the result. The funeral took place from St. Patrick’s church in this city, on Thursday morning at 11 o’clock, Rev. Father Martin officiating, and the body was interred at St. Patrick’s cemetery west of town. His family is, we learn, left well provided for.

Married: At Fort Scott, on Tuesday, [Mar] 12th, Mr. Grant Knight and Miss Betty Bellew, both of Fulton. The wedded couple, we learn, departed for Colorado immediately after marriage.

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Married: At the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Holeman, about five miles north of Bronson, on Sunday, March 3d, Mr. Gus Entzminger and Miss Ray Holeman, Dr. Lucas of Bronson, officiating.

Mar 23, 1889, pg 2, col 2

Died: In Bronson, on Thursday morning, March 14th, ‘89, after a brief illness of inflammation of the bowels, Mrs. Jane Jennings, wife of T. A. Jennings, aged 51 years, 1 month and 22 days. Deceased leaves a husband and five children.

Born: To Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Huggins, of this city, on Sunday night, [Mar] 17th, a pair of bouncing, saucey-eyed daughters. Mother and babies are doing well, but Gene is in a precarious position.

Apr 6, 1889, pg 2

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Died: Lysle, the eight months old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Gunn, who live three miles northeast of town, died last Friday while its parents were visiting Fort Scott, and was buried at that place on Sunday.

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Anniversary: On Wednesday evening over thirty invited guests assembled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown, on Spruce Street, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gilbert, two of our most respected citizens, and the daughter and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Brown. Social games and pastimes were indulged in, refreshments were served, and the time passed away rapidly. It was a complete surprise to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, who had casually been invited to drop in and spend the evening. A fine silver set was presented to the happy couple, and the task of delivering an impromptu address fell upon Hon. John Bishop, who acquitted himself well. The names of the persons present are: Rev. J. E. Whitehead and wife; Rev. S. Keyes and wife; E. C. Gates and wife; W. S. Dail and wife; Aaron Shaffer and wife; L. A. Tiffany and wife; H. F. Ruble and wife; S. D. Osborn and wife; Hon. John Bishop and wife; Ed Tibbetts and wife; A. W. Felter and wife; J. A. Pretz and wife; Mrs. John Hall, Mrs. F. S. Hall, Mrs. Price, Mrs. Wm. Leaper, Mrs. J. G. McElhany, B. G. Iliff, Miss Jennie Shaffer and Mrs. J. H. Howell.

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Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lockwood on [Mar] 22d, a daughter, and

Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller on [Apr] 2d, a daughter.

Apr 13, pg 2

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Married: Elijah Lowry and Miss Emma Shue, both of Bourbon county, were married at the residence of the bride’s parents on [Apr] 7th. We extend our congratulations to the happy couple. (Barnesville news)

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Died: Mr. Gid. Longstreet die rather suddenly last Sunday morning. The exact cause of his death is not known but is supposed to have been lung trouble, as he was a victim of consumption. [See obituary below.]

Died: It is with regret that we chronicle the death of Mrs. J. M. Lynch, who died at her home near Avondale last Monday, April 8. Mrs. Lynch has made her home with us for the past three years, and in that comparatively short time has won the esteem and love of all who met her. She was a loving wife and a fond and tender mother. She leaves a husband and 7 children, one a wee boy of ten weeks old, to mourn her loss. She was a devoted Christian, and expressed great faith in the promises of Jesus Christ. The funeral services took place at the home of the deceased and the remains were interred at the Dayton cemetery. [Memorial poem follows]

Apr 13, 1889, pg 3

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Died: Gideon Longstreet, aged 26 years, died at his home near West Liberty last Sunday. The funeral took place from West Liberty church on Monday, Rev. J. E. Whitehead officiating. Deceased leaves a family consisting of a wife and one child.

Died: A man named Newell, of Hammond vicinity, died at the Ft. Scott hospital last Thursday. His remains were embalmed and retained until Monday this week, to enable a relative from the east to attend the funeral, which was conducted at Hammond by Rev. J. E. Whitehead.

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Married: At the Knox House in Fort Scott, Friday, [Apr] 5th, by Elder Smith of the Christian church, Dr. C. A. McComb, of Dixon, Mo., and Miss Bettie M. Wilson, of this city. The young couple departed for their home in Dixon, Mo., immediately after marriage. The Dr. has a fine and successful practice and is said to be a very worthy and highly respected young man. Miss Wilson’s brief stay in this city has won her many warm friends who, while they rejoice at her good fortune in securing an exemplary husband, with a prospect for future happiness, still regret exceedingly her departure from our midst. The Independent tenders its congratulations to the happy couple.

Apr 20, 1889, pg 2, col 3

Died: News reached us that Lafe Craig, formerly a resident of this place, died in Washington Territory last week. This will be sad news for his friends here. (Mapleton Dispatch)

Died: Last Friday night at eleven o’clock, Mr. J. C. Johnson passed quietly away at his home five miles west of town. He had been ill for some time of pneumonia. The deceased was an old resident of the vicinity, having removed to this county from Arkansas about a quarter of a century since. He was fifty two years old and leaves a widow and six children, three of whom live in the vicinity and three in Washington Territory. (Mapleton Dispatch)

Apr 27, 1889, pg 2, col 3

Died: Thomas E. Lewis died Thursday afternoon from pneumonia, and was buried Friday in the Prescott cemetery. The family have the sympathy of the community in their sad bereavement. (Prescott Enterprise)

Born: On [Apr] 11th, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coyne, a son. (Mapleton Dispatch)

Married: Last Sunday afternoon at three o’clock, Mr. J. S. Stewart and Miss Lon Barrett were united in the bands of wedlock at the home of the bride’s parents west of town. (Mapleton Dispatch)

Born: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holeman on Wednesday.

May 4, 1889

pg 2, col 3

Married: At the groom’s residence on Monday evening, [Apr] 29th, at 9 o’clock, by Rev. F. C. Buchanan, Mr. Lafayette Norris and Miss Rose Belle Shipman, both of this city. The Independent joins the friends of the happy couple in wishing them prosperity.

pg 3, col 2

Married: Mr. L. Smith and Miss Alice Smith were married on [Apr] 18th, and departed for Oklahoma to spend the honeymoon. (Dayton news)

Died: The family of Dock Reeder, living five miles west of this place, has been sorely afflicted during the past week. On Wednesday last they interred the mortal remains of their little one year old child at the Dayton cemetery, and the little one had scarcely been deposited in the tomb when death robbed the bereaved parents of another of their bright jewels— a little four year old son, who passed away on Tuesday night. The parents have the earnest sympathy of all their neighbors in this trying time. (Dayton news)

May 11, 1889

pg 2, col 4

Born: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Howard, Saturday April 27. (Bronson Pilot)

Born: A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Essics on Wednesday, May 1st. (Bronson Pilot)

pg 3, col 2

Born: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Simpson, 627 East 4th Street, Pueblo, Colorado, are now ready to receive the congratulations of their friends. It is a girl baby, weighs nine pounds, has a roseate complexion and is the best baby in all Christendom. [See above @ Jul 14, 1888, for marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Simpson.]

May 18, 1889, pg 2, col 2

Died: At the family residence on west Osage street in this city, at 6 o’clock on Saturday morning, [May] 11th, of paralysis of the heart, Della J., wife of Dr. A. J. Wood, aged 31 years, 9 months and 4 days. The funeral took place from the M. E. church at 10:30 o’clock on Sunday morning last, Rev. J. E. Whitehead officiating, assisted by Rev. S. Keyes. The remains were interred at Fairview cemetery, one mile north of town. Deceased was born at Monroe, Greene county, Wisconsin, August 7th, 1857, and married Dr. Wood August 6th, 1876, in Vernon county, Mo. She leaves two children - a boy and girl - aged 9 and 12 years respectively. As a wife she was ever true, affectionate and dutiful, as a mother kind and thoughtful, and as a neighbor had the confidence and esteem of all who knew her, and in this hour of sad affliction the sympathy of all our citizens spontaneously goes out to the mourning husband and father, to the half orphaned little children, the aged mother and other relatives of one who in life was a friend to all and by all beloved.

Died: At the residence of her daughter, 5 miles northeast of Hammond, at 4 o’clock Wednesday morning, [May] 15th, of consumption, Amelia Keys, aged about 88 years. The remains were interred at Lawrence cemetery, Vernon county, Mo., Wednesday afternoon. Deceased was born in Edmonson county, Ky., in 1801. She came to Kansas about 20 years ago. She leaves one child - a daughter - the surviving wife of John Ragan, dec’d. Deceased was for more than 60 years a member of the M. E. church. She had been an invalid for many years and for several years prior to her death, we learn, was bedfast. [See obituary of John Ragan above @ June 1887.)

Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Green, on Sunday, [May] 12th, a daughter. Mother and child are doing well.

May 25, 1889, pg 3, col 3

Died: At 8:36 o’clock on Tuesday morning, [May] 21st, of puerperal fever, at the family residence in Pueblo, Colorado, Clara, wife of R. A. Simpson. The funeral took place at Pawnee, Kansas, at 10 a.m., on Friday, and the remains were interred at Pleasant View cemetery, Rev. W. C. Porter, of Fort Scott, officiating. Less than a year ago the deceased went west with her husband, a new bride in the bloom of health and with the promise of many years of usefulness and much happiness. Today her friends and relatives are mourning over her grave. She was beloved by all who knew her, and her bereaved husband and tender infant have the sympathy of all our citizens. [See above for related marriage and birth announcements.]

Jun 1, 1889

pg 2, col 3

Died: "Death of Mrs. Simpson" - The Pueblo Chiefton (Colorado) pays the following beautiful tribute to the memory of Mrs. R. A. Simpson, personally known to a large number of the readers of the Independent, and highly esteemed by al who knew her for her many good qualities of head and heart: "After a few days’ illness the lovely young wife of Mr. R. A. Simpson, of East Pueblo, passed peacefully and quietly away. During her last illness Mrs. Simpson was attended with great devotion by Dr. Slemmons and everything possible was done to prolong her useful and happy life. As the fact that death was inevitable became apparent she was so informed by Dr. Slemmons. She showed no fear but quietly said, "If it is God’s will I am ready." Around her dying bed stood her mother, her husband and three of his brothers. She bade them each a tender and most affecting farewell, and before her death offered up fervent prayers for each of them that the loving Father in Heaven might bless them and prepare them to meet her in the heavenly home into which she was so soon to enter. She died quietly and peacefully and without any fear. Her last request was that her mother and husband should take good care of the little girl only three weeks old, whom she was leaving motherless. Mrs. Simpson was a true Christian, and following out the precepts of her Divine Master, she had endeared herself to all with whom she came in contact. The bereaved husband and sorrowing mother have the heartfelt sympathy of a host of friends who knew and loved their dear one during her bright young life. The remains of Mrs. Simpson have been embalmed and will be shipped to Fort Scott this morning."

Pg 3, col 4

Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Anshute, of Hammond, on Tuesday, [May] 21st, a son.

Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith, of Hammond, on Wednesday, [May] 22d, a daughter. Mother and child are doing well.

Born: On Tuesday, May 28th, to Mr. and Mrs. John Ruble, a thirteen pound boy. Mother and child are reported to be doing well and John is happy.

Born: To Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Nold, of this city, on Monday [May], 27th, a daughter. Congratulations of friends are being showered upon the Professor and his estimable spouse.

Jun 8, 1889, pg 2

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Died: At the home of his parents west of the city, on [May] 29, Charles Casteel of hepatic abscess. The remains were interred in the Mapleton cemetery today. (Mapleton Dispatch)

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Died: In Memoriam - At her home in this county Mary M. Randall passed to her ward on the 30th of May last at 12:15 p.m. The deceased was a faithful member of Salem Congregational church. The remains were followed to the grave by many mourning friends. The funeral services were conducted by the pastor, Rev. P. S. Feemster. She lies in Fairview cemetery, awaiting the glad summons from on High. Her age was about 56 years.

Jun 15, 1889, pg 2, col 2

Died: Mrs. Sutherland, wife of Walter Sutherland, a farmer living about 1 and _ miles southwest of this city, died very suddenly Thursday of last week of neuralgia of the heart. She had been complaining of neuralgia for several days, when all at once it went to her heart and she died very quickly. (The Border Telephone)

Died: At his residence at the Hume Hotel on Tuesday, June 4, 1889, of asthma and general prostration, J. H. Williams, aged 69 years, 2 months and 4 days.

Born: On Wednesday morning, [Jun] 12th, to Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Johnston, a daughter.

Born: To Mr. and Mrs. King, north of town, on Wednesday morning last, a daughter.

Jun 22, 1889, pg 3, col 1

Died: At 8:39 o’clock a.m., June 19th, infant twin daughter of John and Lizzie Ramond, aged one year and one month.

Died: Mrs. Fannie Hendricks was killed by lightning at her home in Fort Scott last Saturday night [Jun 15]. She leaves a family of five children ranging in age from three months to eleven years.

Jun 29, 1889

pg 2, col 3

[The following items were reprinted from the Mapleton Dispatch]

Born: On [Jun] 8th, to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hessong, a daughter. Mother and child are doing well.

Died: On [Jun] 12th, at the home of her parents west of the city, Miss Helen Nickleson, of typhoid pneumonia. Her many friends mourn her untimely decease.

Pg 3, col 2

Married: At the residence of George Knight in this city, at seven o’clock on Saturday evening, [June] 22d, by Rev. F. C. Buchanan, Thomas Shipman and Florence Felps, both of Fulton. The Independent’s best wishes are tendered to the happy couple.

Jul 6, 1889, pg 2, col 4

[Following items reprinted from the Mapleton Dispatch]

Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas on Monday, [June] 26th, a daughter.

Born: On [June] 21st, to Mr. and Mrs. George Ramsey, a daughter.

Born: On [June] 15th, to Mr. and Mrs. Tipkins south of the city a daughter.

Jul 20, 1889, pg 2, col 4

Born: On Wednesday, [July] 17th, to Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Tiffany, a daughter. Mother and child are reported doing well. [See marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Tiffany above @ Sep 1888. The death of his first wife is also recorded above @ Jan 1888.]

Jul 27, 1889, pg 2

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Married: By Rev. F. C. Buchanan at his residence in this city, on Friday [Jul] 20th, Mr. Noah Streever and Miss Nora Winship, both of Bourbon county.

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Died: Charles Gates died at his home one mile north of Pleasanton, Saturday morning, July 13, 1889, of dropsy of the heart, at the age of 60 years. (Pleasanton Observer)

Aug 3, 1889, pg 2, col 4

Born: On Friday, July 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Ward Shadley, a son.

Aug 17, 1889, pg 2, col 4

Died: At his residence on the Miller farm, three miles southeast of Prescott, Ks., August 5, 1889, Samuel Bruce, aged 67 years. The deceased was the father-in-law of A. W. Brittingham, of this city.

Born: On [Aug] 1st, to the wife of Geo. Kastl, a daughter. (Mapleton Dispatch) [See spellings Kastle & Kastel for related articles.]

Died: The six years old daughter of David Jones met with a fatal accident last Friday evening at the home of her parents six miles west of the city; she was riding on a heavily loaded truck and fell under its wheels which killed her almost instantly. The funeral was on Saturday at 10 a.m. (Mapleton Dispatch)

Married: The home of A. J. Ball of this township was the scene of a happy event on [Aug] first in the wedding of their beautiful and accomplished daughter, Mary, and Robert R. Plain, one of Stanton’s promising young men. (Mapleton Dispatch)

Born: To Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pretz, on Monday, [Aug] 12th, a daughter. Mother and child are doing well. [See marriage report @ Aug 18, 1888.]

Died: At 2 o’clock p.m., on Friday, [Aug] 15th, of paralysis of the brain, J. W. Heifley, aged about 60 years. The funeral took place on Saturday from the family residence, Rev. J.E. Whitehead officiating, and the remains were interred at Glendale cemetery.

Aug 31, 1889, pg 2, col 3

Born: To Mrs. John L. Brown, August 19, a girl.

Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fisher, on [Aug] 20th, an eight pound girl. George is looking a great deal better since becoming one of the fathers of this city. [See marriage above @ Aug 11, 1888.]

Died: On Thursday, Aug. 15th, of whooping cough, infant daughter of Warren and Martha Camp, near Mapleton, aged two months.

Sep 14, 1889, pg 2, col 1

Married: At the residence of the bride’s parents in Fulton, on Tuesday evening, [Sep] 10th, at 7 o’clock, by Rev. F. C. Buchanan, Mr. William Craig and Miss Mary E. Bingham, both of Fulton.

Sep 21, 1889, pg 2

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Born: To Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Jones, of this city, on Sunday morning, [Sep] 16th, a son.

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Married: At Bay City, Mich., Aug. 27th, 1889, by Rev. George Hunting, Mr. W. T. Thompson, of Hammond, Kas., and Miss Mary G. Hammond, of Bay City. Owing to the extreme modesty of the lucky groom, the Independent is rather late in announcing the above happy event, but its greeting is none the less cordial on that account, and it extends best wishes to the newly married pair.

October 1889 through December 1889



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