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Queries January - April 2004
? Hubbard Bridge,
Topic: Jenkins Family
From: Pam Burchfield email@example.com
Date: Friday, April 30, 2004 07:32 PM
My Grandmother was Maine Jenkins b. 12 May 1898 in Cherokee Co., KS Her father was James H. Jenkins and a dentist. I am having a very hard time trying to find James and his practice. He was married to Eda Jones from England and she passed in the 1920's. He supposedly married his dental assistant after Eda's death. My grandmother had a brother named Antlers James Jenkins. Don't laugh, I have his funeral guest book. He was also born in Cherokee Co., about 1902. I can't find him either. He was a shoe repairman. Can anyone help me out? Thanks alot, Pam
From: Melvin Temple Jr. firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Monday, May 03, 2004 02:46 AM
Pam, Could this Jenkins/Rawlins Family connect to your Jenkins Family? I am connected to the Rawlins Family. Sincerely, Melvin Temple Jr. > > > Effingham, Illinois: Record March 1917 No. 67 Obituary: John E. Jenkins was born in Ohio November 17,1846 and departed this life at his home in Effingham, March 8,1917 being 70 years 3 months and 21 days old. He lived with his parents until he grew to manhood and moved to Illinois with them in 1869. He was united in marriage to Miss Sarah Jane Rawlins in Toledo, Ill. on July 15,1869. To this union was born 12 children 4 of whom preceded him to the grave while they were in infancy. He leaves to mourn their loss, eight children and one brother, Perry Jenkins of Lerna, Ill., 21 grand children 2 great grandchildren. The children who survive him are Emery of Lerna, Ill., Frank of Funkhouser, Mrs. Mary Orr, Mrs. Chas. Warner, Mrs. Edith Yocum, Charley, Lewis, and Bennie of Effingham. In his early life he united with the United Brethren church at Mullin's school house in Cumberland county and had always led a consistent Christian life, every Sunday he loved to while away hours reading from the Old Book, the Bible, He always had family worship each day. He was a kind neighbor, a good husband and it a rule of his life to never say ill of any one and if he could not say a good word he held his peace. Such in brief is the history of a good man whose memory we respect today. > Wife of John E. Jenkins: Effingham Republican Thursday, June 6,1929 TO HER REWARD Mrs. Sarah Jenkins: Mrs. Sarah Jenkins ... died Friday evening ... at her home on North Merchant. Mrs. Jenkins has been a resident of his city for seventeen years and has spent the majority of the years of her life in this and the surrounding counties. Her husband preceded her in death 12 years ago last March. Mr. and Mrs. Wood Orr have been making their home with Mrs. Jenkins. She is survived by 5 sons, namely Emery of Lerna, Ill., Frank and Charles of this city, Louis of Terre Haute, and Ben of Catlin, Ind., three daughters Mrs. Wood Orr (Mary), Mrs. Frank Arbuckle (Edith) and Mrs. Charles Warner (Ollie) all of this city. One sister Mrs. Jack Bingham, of Iowa, 2 brothers Albert and Wesley of Iowa and Missouri, respectively, and a host of other distant relatives and friends. Four of her children preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the home on N. Merchant. There will be no services at the church. Rev. Clark of the Nazarene Church of this city will officiate. Burial will take place in the Oak Ridge cemetery. > > Parents & Sibling Obits. of Sarah Jane (Rawlins) Jenkins: > > Short Creek Republican Galena, KS page 5 col. 5 April 16, 1887 We learn of the death of an old gentleman named Rawlins. His team ran away and he was thrown from the wagon while crossing the Hubbard Bridge. We could get no particulars. [NOTE: Dillard & Elizabeth & children listed at P.O. Lowell; Garden Twp., Cherokee Co., KS in 1885 census]. ------------------------------ Effingham Republican Effingham, Illinois April 16 or 17, 1913 Death of Mrs. Elizabeth Rawlins Mrs. Elizabeth Rawlins died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jenkins in the north part of the city, Tuesday morning at seven o'clock. She was 80 years old, and was the mother of eight children, six of whom are living. Funeral services will be conducted at the residence on Merchant street, Friday at two p.m. conducted by Rev. Lee McCain of the Baptist church. [NOTE: Elizabeth lived with husband: Dillard and children at P.O. Lowell; Garden Twp., Cherokee Co., KS in 1885 census & in 1890s]. ---------------------------- Knoxville Express Knoxville, Iowa p. 1 col. 1 Wednesday, November 5, 1913 Charles Rawlins Charles Rawlins was born in Logan, Ohio, Oct. 9, 1865. Came to Illinois with his parents at the age of five years. His father passed away in 1887. He with his mother then moved to Missouri, where he lived till about seven years ago, then he removed to Illinois. The 15th of last April his mother passed away. Since the death of his mother he has had no permanent home but has lived with his brothers and sisters. He was a member of the Woodmen of the World. During his last sickness he was very patient and departed this life at the home of his sister, Mrs. Jacob W. Bingham three miles east of Gosport, Oct 28, aged 45 years, 11 months and 19 days. Deceased leaves to mourn his death three sisters and two brothers, besides many lifelong friends. Funeral services were held at the M.P. Church in Gosport, Monday Oct 29, and burial was made in the cemetery near by. ------------------------------- THE JOURNAL KNOXVILLE, IOWA JUNE 22, 1933 Mrs. Ora Bingham Mrs. Ora Bingham, daughter of D.H. and Elizabeth Rawlins, was born Feb. 23, 1868, in Hardin county, Ohio, and departed this life June 16, 1933 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Gee, Pleasantville, where she has made her home most of the time the last three years, at the age of 65 years, 3 months and 23 days. In 1886 she was united in marriage to Frederic H. Kimbro, who departed this life March 28, 1901. To this union one daughter was born, Mrs. Harrison Bingham, of Dallas. In February, 1903, she was again united in marriage to Jacob W. Bingham, who preceded her in death on Nov. 30,1932. To this union three children were born, all of whom are living. They are: Wilbur Bingham, Gosport; Mrs. Lloyd Gee, Pleasantville; Everett Bingham, Tracy. Besides her four children she leaves to mourn their loss two brothers; Wesley Rawlins of Miamond, MO., and Albert Rawlins of Colfax. Eleven grandchildren, three great grandchildren, four step-daughters and two-step sons, and a host of friends. Two sisters and three brothers have preceded her in death. At an early age she became a member of the Protestant church in Illinois, and later moved her membership to the Gosport M.P. church of which she remained a faithful member. Although many years of poor health kept her from being present, she remained in good faith until the end. Funeral services were held at the M. P. church at Gosport, conducted by Rev. E. P. Spurlock of Ladora, Iowa. Interment in Gosport cemetery. ---------------------------------- Joplin News Herald Joplin, Missouri Mar 2, 1943 Rawlins Funeral Wednesday. Funeral services for James Wesley Rawlins, 84 years old, a retired farmer, who died at 1:50 o'clock Sunday morning at the home of his son, W.H. Rawlins, east of Joplin, will be held in the Hurlbut chapel at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The Rev. B. A. Pugh will officiate. Burial will be in Ozark Memorial Park cemetery. ---------------------------------------------- Obituary from Albert & Mary Rimmer Rawlins' bible [Nov. 1945] Albert Rawlins, son of Dillard and Elizabeth Rawlins, was born July 5, 1861, in Shelby county, Illinois, and passed away on Nov.20,1945, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Temple, in Chariton, at the age of 84 years, four months and 15 days. When a small lad the family moved to Gramby, Mo., and lived there until he came to manhood, In the year of 1889 he was united in marriage to Mary Rimmer, who survives him. To this union were born eleven children, one son, Harvey, and one daughter, Daisy, precede him in death, Those left to mourn their loss besides the loving wife, are Archie of Newton; Virgil and Charlie, of Colfax. Clyde, of Galesburg, Frank, of Pine River, Minn; Albert of Russell; Mrs., Myrtle Temple, of Chariton. Mrs, Ruth Temple, of Gosport, and Mrs. Auise Carter, of Newton. Mr. And Mrs. Rawlins lived in Missouri until 1914, then moved to Colfax, Iowa, which since has been their home. When a young man Mr. Rawlins accepted Christ as his personel Saviour and wa s baptized and united with the Christian church at Granby, Mo. To ever present christian faith which he possessed and his stability and strength of character will always be an inspiration to those who knew him. Surviving him besides the wife and above named children are 36 grandchildren and 16 great grand-children and many friends who will remember him because of his sterling qualities always ready to help those in need and keenly in interested in the welfare of his own loved ones. The funeral services were conducted at the Miley funeral home Saturday, December 22, at Chariton by the Rev. A. E. Beals. Interment was in the Gosport cemetery.
Topic: Rawlins Death on Hubbard Bridge
From: Melvin Temple Jr. email@example.com
Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2004 02:47 AM
Originally Posted 28-Apr-2004 02:18
Short Creek Republican Galena, KS page 5 col. 5 April 16, 1887------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We learn of the death of an old gentleman named Rawlins. His team ran away and he was thrown from the wagon while crossing the Hubbard Bridge. We could get no particulars.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [NOTE: Dillard & Elizabeth & children listed at P.O. Lowell; Garden Twp., Cherokee Co., KS in 1885 census]. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This was my 3rd Great Grandfather, Dillard H. Rawlins who died on the Hubbard Bridge. Dillard H. Rawlins is buried at the Union Chapel cemetery, also called (Ritchie Cemetery, by locals) in Cherokee Co., Kansas, By the Old Town of Empire, Next to the town of Galena, KS. I'm hoping someone can tell me where the Hubbard Bridge is (Or was), By Galena & Empire, KS. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A hand written letter was sent to Washington D.C. for the purpose of Pension for the widow (Elizabeth Rawlins), It reads; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Washington D.C. Galena, Kansas Dec. 15, 1891 Dear Sirs, In the Pension Claim of the Widow of Dillard H. Rawlins, No. 414093. Co. H. 135 Reg. H, Ohio Infantry. I visited the said Dillard H. Rawlins on the 12th day of April A.D. 1887 and found him suffering from an extensive fracture of the scull and severe contusion and laceration of the brain; the result of having been thrown from a wagon against a stump, while the team hitched to said wagon was running away. That said Rawlins died sometime between 12 oclock a.m. on the 12th day of April A.D. 1887 and the 13th day of April at 12 oclock p.m. 1887. I know this because I called after 12 oclock p.m. on the 13th of April A.D. 1887 and saw the corpse of said Rawlins. Immediate cause of his death was the result of contusion and laceration of the brain. Respectfully, J.P. Scoles Treas. of Board of Exam Surg. Columbus, Kansas.
Topic: Headley, Spencer, Burton, Newspaper look ups
From: Patty Headley PKH5638@aol.com
Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2004 02:56 PM
Can someone do a newspaper look up for me on the following people (names in parenthsis are maiden names);
Headley, Llewellyn (Luellin, Lewellyn, L.D., ect)b. abt 1851 Franklin Co Ohio, d. 29 Feb 1899 Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
Headley, Sarah J (Spencer)buried in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
Burton, Mary (Headley) b. abt 1873 Geneso Township, Tama Co. Iowa d. abt 1894 Indian Territory
Burton, Unknown, b. date Unknown,in Tennesse, d. abt 1894 Indian Territory.
I need any kind of record after the 1880 Missouri census record. I found Sarah's burial record in Bartlesville Oklahoma, but have been unsuccessful in locating any record of Mary's marriage, the birth of her son, Albert, or a death record for either Mary, her husband, or her father Llewellyn. Was there possibly a hospital in the area at the time? Please e-mail me with anything you may find at PKH5638@aol.com
From: Julie Marsh firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2004 01:30 AM
I am looking for information on W.O. Kerr who married Elizabeth Wyrick. the only thing I know is they had a daughter Ida Tabitha Kerr who married Lewis Burrows son of Benjerman Burrows. Any information I could get would be most grateful for.
From: Doris Estabrooks email@example.com
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2005 11:49 PM
i am searching for kerrs in cherokee and crawford co, ks. and jasper co., mo.
have a william and tabitha in my family named carr, father was a kerr. they changed to carr around 1860.
would love to exchange info with you.
doris carr estabrooks
From: Julie Marsh firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Monday, April 25, 2005 07:47 PM
I don't have much on my Kerr just that Tabitha married Lewis Burrows and
died in Oklahoma, when I get the extra money will send for death certificates
on both of them.
I think her mom might have been a Myrick but will have to look it up.
Topic: Dillard Rawlins / Hubbard Bridge
From: Melvin Temple Jr. email@example.com
Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2004 05:33 AM
Can someone please find me more info. on this event or person, He was my GGG-Grandfather.
I would like to know if someone knows the exact location of this bridge.
Short Creek Republican
page 5 col. 5
April 16, 1887
We learn of the death of an old gentleman named Rawlins. His team ran away and he was thrown from the wagon while crossing the Hubbard Bridge. We could get no particulars.
[NOTE: Dillard & Elizabeth & children listed at P.O. Lowell; Garden Twp., Cherokee Co., KS in 1885 census].
Topic: Carrie Gollhor
From: LouNell Bath firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Saturday, April 03, 2004 06:32 PM
Carrie Gollhor was b Jan 17, 1876, and died Nov 19, 1899 in Scammon, Cherokee Co. KS. She married John Bath Dec 1 1895 in Cherokee Co. KS. They had two sons, Thomas William and Carl. Carrie died Nov 19, 1899 in Scammon. Does anyone have any information on this family? Thanks.
Topic: WIlliam Benton Williams
From: Deborah Linn email@example.com
Date: Friday, April 02, 2004 03:30 PM
I am looking for a birth certificate or information on my Grandfather William Benton Williams. He was born in Columbus on March 4, 1904. I would like to verify his parents names. I have been told they may be William Lewis Williams and Ruth Dillon Williams.
Topic: George Royal Burrows/ Mary Carpenter
From: Roy Burrows firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Tuesday, March 30, 2004 04:20 PM
I am looking for information on George Royal Burrows and his wife Mary Carpenter between 1883 and 1889. George was a Civil war vet. He was with the 92 Ohio volunter Infantry Regiment, Co. H.
Topic: Michael & Helena Wagner family
From: Kathleen Wagner email@example.com
Date: Monday, March 29, 2004 09:13 PM
I am looking for any information available for the Michael & Helena (Lena) Wagner family. They resided in West Mineral in the early 1900's.
From: Daniel Pittman firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wednesday, March 10, 2004 07:38 PM
I am looking for descendants of Reason or Edward PITTMAN who lived in Cherokee County, KS about 19100 - 1910. I believe their father was Daniel.
From: Billie Jordan email@example.com
Date: Friday, February 04, 2005 01:49 AM
my aunt is a Pittman. She was married to Bill until he died a few years ago. They Live in Galena, Ks. If you are interested i could put you in touch with his kids. Don't know if this will help you. I would love to help in anyway i can. Billie Jordan
From: Vickie Glover firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 04:08 PM
I would love to have any info on the Pittman line/Osburn family too.
Topic: lucy mitchell Dau. Charles and Jerenchy Mitchell
From: delbert broyles email@example.com
Date: Saturday, February 21, 2004 08:18 PM
Topic: BROWN, GEORGE A./MARTHA
From: JoAn Gauer firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Saturday, February 21, 2004 07:30 PM
I am searching for information on GEORGE A. BROWN who was listed on the 1900 Montgomery Co.Kansas, Cherryvale, census. His birth date was April 1, 1853, born in Illinois. I cannot locate him after the 1900 census. Two sons & a daughter lived for many years in Cherokee Co.,KS. One is still alive but knows nothing about our Great-Grandfather, George A. Brown. He and wife, Martha were supposed to have gotten a divorce about 1903. He supposedly never remarried. Can anyone help me. I do not belong to Ancestry as they do not recognize my webtv system. Webtv is very limiting as far as access because of small memory. Would really appreciate any help. JoAn
From: Lance Piatt email@example.com
Date: Sunday, February 15, 2004 01:07 PM
Interested in anybody researching BRUMBACKs
Topic: Albertis EVANS, Cherokee co, 1900
Date: Sunday, February 08, 2004 02:30 PM
Looking for info on Albertis Evans, he was on the 1900 census, Galena, ward 2. Also a Roy Harding age 6 mo, that was staying with the Evans family. Thank you Ray
From: Melvin Temple Jr. firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Monday, August 02, 2004 07:10 AM
In reply to your request for Evans Family Information, I have a distant cousin in Galena Kansas, And her father was an Evans who was married to a Rawlins. She has a lot of the Evans Family Info., She might be able to help you.
Please contact; Sue Jordan at; (email@example.com).
Topic: Jonas Trotter/Elbridge Benham
From: Carol Jackson firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Friday, February 06, 2004 11:22 AM
Looking for connections to these men. They lived in Columbus around 1890 to 1900. I have info to share.
Topic: Allen J. Chittenden 1898 Galena, Ks
From: mayene miller email@example.com
Date: Thursday, February 05, 2004 06:28 PM
I am looking for information about Allen J. Chittenden of Galena, Kansas b Kentucky. He is my gg grandfather and i need to find out about him and who his parents were. His son James William Chittenden was born 11-29-1870, Indiana. James was killed in Girard in a mine accident 12-2-1898. The Webb City Register says he was the son of A. J. Chittenden of Galena, had a family there and was the son of A. J. well known for many years. I beleive A. J. Chittenden married Hannah Brooks. James Married Tobitha Ann Peckenpaugh of Illinois 11-29-1870. C Malphus Allen b1872, Ada Bell b1973, James William b 1876, Euphemia May b 1876, Lilly Imo b 1881, Freddie Alvin b 1884, Ora Etta b 1886, Benjamin Robert b 1892 Columbus, Kansas
Date: Monday, June 07, 2004 01:25 PM
HeritageQuest Online Census Images has only the below in Galena, Kansas.
It's possible they were missed or the name is spelled differently.
1900 Kansas CHEROKEE 2-WD GALENA Series: T623 Roll: 473 Page: 244B
CHITTENDEN MORTIMER 35 M W NY KS CHEROKEE 2-WD GALENA 1900
It is not an easily read record.
Ollie ?. is wife age 27
Rolla F. is son age 2
Reba M. is daughter age 1
They have none in Cherokee County Kansas in 1910 or 1920.
They have none in Cherokee County Kansas in 1860 or 1870.
Topic: Levi & Maude Neblock Family
From: Nancy A. Sanden Bowlernaps62@aol.com
Date: Sunday, February 01, 2004 04:19 PM
Would like to make contact with descendants of Levi & Maude NEBLOCK. Think we may be connected to David & Ann Matthews NEBLOCK. Willing to exchange information.
Nancy A. Sanden
From: Susan Moll firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Thursday, January 29, 2004 01:40 PM
Looking for any information on James Franklin Wright, my grandfather. Born 1894 and died 1919 in Coal mine accident at the Carbon Coal Company two mile south of Scammon.
Have pictures of his gravestone which reads: James F. Wright born 1984, died 1919. Gail G. his wife 1898. It's in the Park Cemetery at Country Road and Highway 69 in Columbus, Kansas
Also have his school attendance records and one report card for the years 1904-1907 This is the strange thing -- his name was JAMES ALLEN and the cards were signed "L. ALLEN."
His only son (my father) is still living at age 86. He is unable or unwilling to give information on his father.
Anyone who has any links to James Franklin Wright, please contact me at: email@example.com Any information would be appreciated.
From: am Jarvis Sr. firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Monday, January 26, 2004 09:30 PM
I am seeking info on my G-father, Benjamin "Peddler" Powell, m Frances Rogers, March 1897. Any info on the Rogers would be helpful, too.
Topic: GUY, Nicholas and Lavina
From: Michael Jones email@example.com
Date: Saturday, January 24, 2004 07:09 PM
I'm looking for the death dates and burial site for
Nicholas and Lavina GUY. Both were 87 in the 1930 Cherokee
County, KS, census, and were living in West Mineral.
Sun Prairie, WI
Topic: Bernard Harrigan
From: kathryn Lenzi firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Saturday, January 17, 2004 09:37 PM
Looking for info. on Bernard Harrigan, born 6/7/1885, Scammon, Cherokee Cty., KS.
Topic: Nathan Jackson
From: P. J. Waller email@example.com
Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2004 06:40 PM
My family is Nathan Jackson, born in Tn. 1831 married Martha ______ possibly in Mo. early 1850's. Their children were Molana, Mahala, Sarah, Matilda (married Joshua Weaver), Andrew, Nancy, Everett Louis, William, Willard, Bailey and Minerva. Nathan is on 1860 and 1870 census in Stone Co. Mo., on 1880 Census in Lowell, Cherokee Co. Ks. Is anyone else searching this family. Can you help me? I am unable to locate Nathan after 1880. He is a widower in 1880.
Topic: Benjamin F.Hamilton /Holley Mennonite history
From: Marietta Landherr firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Monday, January 12, 2004 06:44 PM
I am looking for information on my GGgrandfather and family.
He was a bishop with the Mennonites.
Benjamin F. Hamilton was born in Pottsville, Pa., July, 4, 1825, and died May 10, 1898. He grew to manhood in Allentown, Pa. and in 1843 went to Medina Co., Ohio. Dec. 30, 1845 he married Elizabeth Nahrgang.
He resided in Williams Co., Ohio, till 1865, when on account of his wife's failing health he moved to Owen Co., Ind. where she died in 1866.
To this union there were born five sons. Samuel, Benjamin Jr.,Joseph, David and Unknown.
In 1866 he married Catherine Holley. To this union
there were born six sons and three daughters. Mary Ann, William A.,Elijah (Eli), John Henry, Charles Ed.,Louisa Margaret, Nathaniel Ira, Susan Elizabeth, and Edwin Arthur.
In 1869 he moved to Livingston Co., Ill. where he served the church until 1883, when he moved to Cherokee Co., Kansas; from there he came to Marion Co. where he lived until his death. He also lived in Harper Co. where some of the family remain.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Topic: Cary J. Hardwick family
From: D Branigan email@example.com
Date: Saturday, January 03, 2004 06:09 PM
I am researching the family of Cary J. Hardwick. He
moved to Cherokee County in 1867 from Missouri. At
least two generations of Hardwicks can be tied to Cary
and Sarah Hardwick. I would like to correspond with
anyone from this family.
Topic: Belden on 1870 census
From: Pat Sutton firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Friday, January 02, 2004 08:39 PM
My 1870 cherokee county, KS census record is hard to read. My Belden family was living in Baxter Springs township Ward 1 on the 1870 census. I can make out Phobe,Charley and Annie as children and know that is my line but I can not read the Dad's name. Mother was dead at that time. If someone can help me with this please e-mail me at email@example.com. Thank you, Pat Sutton
From: Wilhelm Gragert firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Sunday, January 04, 2004 03:38 AM
I will read them as:
Belden, Jaby D. (52, * Mass), Day Laborer
Belden, Julia (25, * Miss), Keeping House
Belden, Willis (19, * Ill), Day Laborer
Belden, Phoebe (17, * Ill)
Belden, Charles (15, * Ill), Common Laborer
Belden, Anna (8, * Texas)
Belden, Mary J. (4, * Miss)
Greetings from Germany
Date: Monday, June 07, 2004 12:53 PM
HeritageQuest Online Census Image reads it as Gaby D. for their search feature.
1870 Kansas CHEROKEE 1-WD BAXTER SPRINGS Series: M593 Roll: 430 Page: 156B
BELDEN GABY D 52 M W MA KS CHEROKEE 1-WD BAXTER SPRINGS 1870
Topic: Marriage of Isabella FOWLER b. 1850 MO
From: Jaunita Cain email@example.com
Date: Thursday, January 15, 2004 01:32 PM
John C. Fowler, may have be a brother to our Elizabeth C. Fowler, who married Thomas Jefferson Weidner. Married Morgan Co. Ind. Sept. 1844. Another sister, Charlotte S. Fowler, married Samuel Fletcher, 1840, Morgan Co. Ind. Another Sister, Minerva married Ralph Simpson, 1849, Morgan Co. Ind.These families, Thomas and Elizabeth C. Fowler Weidner, and Charlotte S. Fowler Fletcher, lived in Sidney, Iowa, and other places. Elizabeth died 1851, Iowa, result of childbirth of our ancestor, John William Weidner, born June 24, 1851. Charlotte S. Fowler Fletcher, died 1862, in or near Sidney, Iowa. Freemont Co.
Elizabeth and Charlotte Fowler, were daughters of John and Mary "Polly" ? Fowler, who were landowners in Morgan Co. Ind.
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