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WHITE posted by Beulah White on Saturday, April 29, 2000

Looking for information on a Sarah Jane Wheat that married a Porter and moved to Sabetha, Kansas. Would like any information on this family.

WEBER posted by Rhonda and Jon Hall on Saturday, April 29, 2000

We are trying to find any trace of my husband's Weber family from Seneca. The only information we have is that his Great Aunt Amelia died in Centralia in 1992 and was buried in Seneca (she had no family other than siblings). Do you have any on-line resources that could help us with our search? There were at least four children: Clement, Sophia, Amelia and Michael. The message boards don't seem to help, and none of them are listed in the ssdi indexes except for Amelia. We know they were Catholic, but aren't sure if there is a Catholic church that was around in the early 1900's. Thanks,

WHEAT posted by Beulah White on Saturday, April 29, 2000

Looking for information on George Washington Wheat that married Mary Hurst from Fleming Co. KY They moved to Sabetha, Kansas. Would like any information that anyone has on this family.

ARMSTRONG, AYDE, WEER posted by Phyllis Murphy on Saturday, April 29, 2000

In looking thru my files I have found a picture taken approximately 1900s. The picture is of three young men in there early teens or early 20s. On the back of the picture they are indentified as. John WEER, Andrew ARMSTRONG, and Harry AYDE, If anyone wants a copy of of this picture for their family please let me know. Andrew ARMSTRONG is a relation of my husbands. Is says on the back that John and Harry were friends.

MORRIS posted by Kay on Saturday, April 29, 2000

Looking for info on Matthew and Mary (Butler) MORRIS. Buried Wetmore, Ks around 1900. Would anyone be willing to lookup in cemetery records for dates and cemetery name ??

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