Cherokee County Kansas Queries

 

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Queries February 2001


Barmore, Blythe, Davis, Epperson, Gassaway, Haughawout, Ivy, Lattner, McLinn (2), Pittman, Schock, Sullivan, Wolf


Topic: Oscar Epperson
From: Kyle Epperson sebbepp@aol.com
Date: Monday, February 26, 2001 11:07 PM

Searching for the grave location of Oscar Epperson and wife Molena Bell Campbell Epperson. He died in Galena, Cherokee County, Kansas. Date unknown.


Topic: Wolf ancestors
From: Linda Spot llvka@msn.com
Date: Wednesday, February 21, 2001 10:21 PM

I am looking for any help in finding information regarding my gggggrandparents Dennis Wolf who was part Cherokee and one of the first settlers in Kansas and his wife Isabel Fields daughter of Richard Fields, Chief of the Texas Cherokee. Dennis migrated to Kansas and settled in what is now known as Garden Township along with the Fields brothers (Richard and George) in 1835 from Georgia. Dennis' first wife was a white woman by the name of Peggy Mcdaniel. Dennis had a sister by the name of Margaret (Peggy) who married a Richard Fields and then George Ewers (also an early settler of Kansas, Galena) Dennis and Isabel had a son by the name of Thomas who married Sarah Nix (my ggggrandparents) they had two children a son Dennis and a daughter Nana (also known as Lizzy,Eliza, and Nancy) (my gggrandmother)Thomas and Sarah died at an early age and Dennis and Nana were left as orphans. I have no information on Dennis but Nana went to the orphan asylum in Indian Territory for a year and then was taken out of the country and sent to Neosho. This was supposed to be sometime during the Civil War. I don't have much more info as far as dates etc,but would like to know about any land deeds, etc
Thank you
Linda


Topic: ivy and schock
From: LG Moyer 6ducks@msn.com
Date: Wednesday, February 14, 2001 12:34 PM

death records for ivy and schock family members

From: Danny Goldsmith ausmth@hotmail.com
Date: Monday, February 26, 2001 11:03 AM

My mother-in-law is an IVY from Coffeyville can I help? Danny Goldsmith


Topic: Ernest McLinn
From: Rodney McLinn smclinn@vvm.com
Date: Monday, February 12, 2001 11:59 PM

Social Security Death records shows Ernest McLinn born 1912 (Galena) died 1975 in Garden city, Finney county


Topic: Barmore
From: William Barmore barmoregp@cs.com
Date: Monday, February 12, 2001 06:19 PM

Have descendents Roswell Marshall Barmore (1916) and Orville Marshall Barmore (1934), buried at Edgmand Cemetery , near Columbus,KS. Roswell was in the Civil War. He was one of several brothers.


Topic: Lattner, Pittman, Blythe surnames
From: Marie Pittman mptmn@aol.com
Date: Monday, February 05, 2001 10:49 PM

Marie Elizabeth Lattner Pittman [1886-1952]lived in Cherokee Co. ca. 1940's. She also lived in city of Pittsburgh KS. Her Mother was Rose Lattner. Marie Elizabeth was friends of the John Blythe family who lived in Weir community.

Marie Eliz. was married to Carl Beaman Pittman from 1906-ca. 1912. They lived in Pittsburgh and had one son, Carl Eugene. They divorced when he was child.

Carl later married Pauline ___ [5/12/1899-1983]who had a daughter from a previous marriage. It is believed he probably had other marriages. He worked for railroad.

Are there any other researchers on this family out there?
Marie


Topic: Sullivan
From: Kenneth Cummins rcummins34@aol.com
Date: Monday, February 05, 2001 01:41 PM

John Alogan Sullivan b. 1886 married Lela May Hamilton 1906 . Children are Paul Wayne Sullivan, Beryl Elizabeth, and Tempest Hamilton. John's father was Thomas b. 1858 in Miami Mo. his father was Samuel. I am related through John as he was my gg uncle. I seem to have missing information as to the Crestline Kansas branch after approximately WW1.


Topic: Ernest McLinn born 1919 in Galena area
From: Rodney McLinn smclinn@vvm.com
Date: Monday, February 05, 2001 01:09 AM

Father according to my birth certificate was born Galena 1919 Found no records on trip there last year. Cousin believes may have been McLin at one time possibly from Macklin due to family feud. Mother was born Beatrice Caraveau in Jamestown, Cloud county, Ks. Great grandfather was born in Canada to Illinois Louis Corriveau but changed by army or some entity during Civil War and never corrected according to records left by my Aunt Eva Caraveau Eakins of Concordia. Wagon trained to Cloud county from Kannakee county, Ill. after Civil War about 1870


Topic: Davis, Henry D. B
From: Rose Mary Lawson roselawson@c-magic.com
Date: Sunday, February 04, 2001 11:54 PM

Looking for information on the family of Henry D. B. Davis and his wife Harriett Baker Davis who resided and died in Cherokee county Kansas. Henry and Harriett had the following children.
Laken b 1837 d. 1918 wife Mary Jane Cunningham.
George b., 1840 d. 1863
Benjamin b. 1847 d.? wife Harriett
Charles b. 1849 d.?
Mariah b. 1851 d. ? married Frank Baker
Cyrus b. 1856 d.? married Ruth Parsell
Would love to correspond with any and all descendents. Only known descendent is Mrs. Mary Ellen Pike of Shawnee, Okla. who I feel is deceased at this time. Rose Mary Lawson roselawson@c-magic.com


Topic: Gassaway, Haughawout
From: Mike Powell mnmsalem@peoplepc.com
Date: Friday, February 02, 2001 12:36 PM

I am searching for information about Daniel Gassaway and his family. The information I have, tells me that Daniel died July 22 1891. He was survived by (wife)Lear,(sons)Lim and W.H., and (daughter)Hetty. I believe Hetty was married to J.D. Haughawout. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I would be happy to share any information I may have.


 


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