Cherokee County Kansas Queries

 

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Queries July 2001


Campbell, Dunbar, Fisk, Hardie, Jones, Lancaster, Matthews, McCluer/McClure, Miller, Morgan, Nicholson, Rector, Scott, Tindall, ?1873 Blizzard, ?Green Lawn Cemetary


Topic: looking for Arthur Fisk
From: Lila Ashby oldbuzzard64@hotmail.com
Date: Monday, July 30, 2001 01:33 PM

My grt grt grandfather Arthur B Fisk disappeared in Kansas in 1873..he was in several counties mining coal. also in coalfield Ks. anyone have any info. he was with Bill ??? homesteaded and built house, but no deeds recorded. e mail me at oldbuzzard64@hotmail.com


Topic: George Y. McCluer/McClure
From: Adam Sadowski s-ski@jobe.net
Date: Saturday, July 28, 2001 03:28 PM

Looking for burial site of George Y. McCluer & his wife Elizabeth "Betty" (Jarrett).His father John A. McCluer died 1899 & is buried in Cherokee Cty somewhere. Any info on any of these folks?


Topic: Thomas Emory Scott
From: Bgettie Cholakian bcholakian@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2001 07:58 PM

I am looking for help in finding guardianship info for my gr-grandfather, Thomas Emory Scott. He was twelve years old in 1870, and lost his father, Neal Scott, while "up north" on a camping trip in the spring. A blizzard struck, and Neal was killed. Thomas returned to Pittsburg by l880, where he worked in a bank. His father was a wagonmaker, and had a business, plus several properties in Pittsburg. Thomas, who often went by Emory, paid regular visits to his guardian, and returned with monies. Bettie Cholakian
Bcholakian@AOL.com

Topic: Scott; 1873 Blizzard
From: Bgettie Cholakian bcholakian@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2001 07:39 PM

Neal Scott was in McGee Couty in 1860, and in Crawford County in 1870. His son was Thomas Emory Scott. During Easter Break from school, Neal took the 12-year-old Thomas "up there" to a cabin for a camping trip. They were caught in the blizzard, but ran out of firewood. The family story is that Neal left Thomas in the cabin on the first day after the blizzard ended, telling him to wait until he returned. Three days later Thomas found his father dead, where a tree had fallen on him. He was taken care of, and apparently stayed "up north" until 1880, when he returned to Crawford County. We believe the cabin was in Kansas. Is there a list somewhere of those who died in the Blizzard of 1873? Bcholakian@AOL.com


Topic: Lancaster
From: Billie Lancaster bjl1@earthlink.net
Date: Monday, July 23, 2001 08:35 AM

Looking for any information on H.Z. "Jack" Lancaster. Was married to a lady named Bertha and had four children.

Also married to Effie G. Sealock and one child.

Thanks,


Topic: Smith Jones & Mary Jane Rector
From: Kaylene Stephens kaylene1220 @prodigy. net
Date: Sunday, July 15, 2001 05:33 PM

Looking for connections to my family of Joneses. Smith & Mary's children were Lucinda Ella who married William S. McGaha & James Ray, Daniel Wilbert who married a Ellen White, Anna Marie who married George Morrow & Tom Ray, John B. who married Florence ?, Mary E. and ( My Grandparents) Charles Alvin who married Cora York.
Some of Smith's siblings could have lived here too, one was Mary Jones who married George Elder. Smith's family came from Daviess County, Indiana. I know nothing of Mary Jane Rector. Smith's sister Elizabeth married Charlie Mahew. Sister Lucinda married George Jones?Other siblings, Sarah, Clarssia, Lewis, Mariah, Martha and Julia.


Topic: Amanda Morgan
From: Lee Morgan leepmorgan@hotmail.com
Date: Saturday, July 14, 2001 11:46 PM

I am looking for information on My grandmother who may have died in lowell twp cherokee county around 1897 to 1900 my grandfather is listed in the 1900 census record as a widower along with his children but i have been unable to locate what happened to his wife my grandfather was Samuel W. Morgan listed in roll 474 book 1 page 104 if anyone has access to any record that may give me any ifo i would appreciate I can be contacted at leepmorgan@hotmail.com


Topic: Matthews Family
From: Carolyn Hams ebonyangel7@netscape.net
Date: Saturday, July 14, 2001 06:56 AM

I'm looking for Henry Matthews and Josephine Jenkins,(Walker, Conway), around 1901 or so. They had at least 4 children, Ollie, Thretta, Lucille and Robert (Bob).
I was told that Henry was a Minister.
Thank you.


Topic: Birth certif William Tyre Miller jan 1th 1882
From: Emma Thayer ridgerunner55_44@yahoo.com
Date: Friday, July 13, 2001 03:25 PM

would like too know if birth certif for william tyre miller Jan 1th 1882 cherokee co kan is there
father
jesse miller
mother sarah (bacon) miller,
RIDGERUNNER55_44@YAHOO.COM


Topic: Campbell southern part of Co., 1920's
From: Dorothy Wahl ksdots@yahoo.com
Date: Friday, July 13, 2001 02:07 AM

Searching for my grandparents in the census for 1920. Hoping to find names of ggparents who lived close by. Also location of their graves. My mother's family lived between Baxter and Picher on the Kansas side of the line. James August Campbell, wife,Annie Effenberger Campbell, and children, Jessie Caroline Campbell, James Campbell, Etta Mae Campbell. Think ggparents were MAINE and have been told they were buried somewhere close to Baxter or Riverton. Thanks.


Topic: Nicholson family
From: Carolyn Smith buddcs1@aol.com
Date: Sunday, July 08, 2001 02:26 PM

John William Elliott born 1869 met Sarah E. Nicholson in Kansas. Trying to place the Nicholson family in Kansas. Her father was John R. Nicholson.


Topic: Thomas Hardie-Indian Territory
From: Janice Hardie Mercer 76032.3207@compuserve.com
Date: Sunday, July 08, 2001 01:40 PM

In 1906 My grandfather traveled from Missouri to see his Uncle Tom in the Indian Territory.
He had arrived from Scotland and was bringing pictures of Thomas the family of Thomas family. The tradition is that he worked in the lead mines for about 3 months before he went back to Missouri.

Thomas Hardier was his cousin in Scotland.

Thanks

Jan


Topic: Juarex Mexico Tindall
From: Pa Eppens cedarcrest@worldnet.att.net
Date: Saturday, July 07, 2001 03:40 AM

Looking for death of Juarex Mexico Tindall. Born 28 Jan 1876 in Cherokee Co. I think he died after 1939. He was married to Cora Eva Hathaway b: 1876 and they were married 18 Dec 1898 in Cherokee Co. Would like to find death and cemetery for both.


Topic: Green Lawn Cemetary
From: Kathy Joslyn packy49@leru.net
Date: Monday, July 02, 2001 08:42 PM

i am try to locate any one who might know who the care taker of the green lawn cemetery in cherokee county kansas any one who might have the record books of graves and list of names can anyone help me? looking for joslyn's that are supposedly buried there columbus and frank kathy joslyn
packy49@leru.net


Topic: Dunbar Family
From: Betty Dunbar dunbar@coastalnet.com
Date: Monday, July 02, 2001 09:33 AM

I'm looking for descendants of Hugh and Janet DUNBAR they came to Cherokee County about 1886. Hugh was br. 1859 Airdrie Scotland and Janet DUNBAR nee WHITE was br. 1857 in Calderbank Scotland. Their son John DUNBAR br.1893 Weir City is my Grandfather he married Ida Mae DELP. My father was br. 1914
in Croweburg Ks. will share family information. Any help will be appreciated.
Regards,
Betty

 


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