Rawlins County Kansas Birth Announcements 1891 -- 1899

Rawlins County Kansas

Birth Announcements
1891 -- 1899



The following birth announcements come from Rawlins County newspapers:

ADKINS
Dr. Newsome was "held up" near Achilles last Sunday night and held captive until Tuesday by a beardless youth who just arrived in this part of the country. He hasn't been named yet, but we presume he will be called C.L. ADKINS Jr. All concerned doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- March 1, 1895

ANDERSON
Dr. Newsome was out at the home of Albion ANDERSON in Herndon Townhip Monday. The doctor says it's a Democrat and weighed thirteen pounds, and as it is the first occurence of the kind in the family, the parents are correspondingly happy.
Rawlins County Democrat -- October 2, 1891

ANDERSON
Dr. W.W. Newsome caught a fine boy out at the home of Dan ANDERSON, of Logan township, this week.
Rawlins County Democrat -- August 5, 1892

ANDERSON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Cy ANDERSON, November 24, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- November 29, 1895

ANDERSON
Mr. and Mrs. Cy ANDERSON are the lucky parents of a new boy baby, whose only misfortune is that it was born in Thomas instead of Rawlins county.
Republican Citizen -- March 11, 1898

BALDING
Born to Mr. and Mrs. BALDING on April 11th, a boy, standard weight according to Newsome -- 15 pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- April 19, 1895

BANASTER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. BANASTER, a boy, Dr. G.L. Pegg officiating.
Atwood Patriot -- April 28, 1899

BARNED
Mr. and Mrs. BARNED living west of this city were presented with a fine New Year gift in the shape of a handsome twelve pound boy.
Rawlins County Democrat -- January 5, 1894

BAUMFALK
Twins were born to Mr. and Mrs. Hickey BAUMFALK of the north divide Wednesday night. Dr. Melugin in attendance.
Atwood Patriot -- May 5, 1899

BEAM
Mike BEAM announces a new boarder at his house. It's a boy. Mother and child doing nicely.
Ludell Gazette -- October 22, 1892

BEEDY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel BEEDY, of Union township on Wednesday, September 30th, a girl. Mother and daughter both doing nicely.
The Times -- October 8, 1891

BENNETT
Born to Mr. and Mrs. G.W. BENNETT, a ten pound baby, last Tuesday night.
Atwood Patriot -- August 2, 1895

BENNETT
Born to Mr. and Mrs. G.W. BENNETT on Tuesday last, a boy, weight 15 pounds. Dr. Newsome officiating.
Atwood Patriot -- March 17, 1899

BERRY
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Beech BERRY June 25th. The mother is in poor health.
Atwood Patriot -- July 14, 1899

BLACK
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roe BLACK last Saturday, a republican boy. Dr. Powell is the witness.
Atwood Patriot -- January 11, 1895

BLISS
Dr. Newsome reports a fourteen pound boy at the home of J.K. BLISS of Logan township. Here's success to the young democrat.
Rawlins County Democrat -- September 25, 1891

BLISS
We have excellent authority for the statement that a handsome twelve pound boy was born to Mr. Mrs. J.K. BLISS of Logan township, Feb 1st. The Democrat always takes great pleasure in chronicaling such events but doubly so when we know they are sure to grow up in the unstained and everlasting faith of Democracy pure and undefiled.
Rawlins County Democrat -- February 9, 1894

BLISS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben BLISS June 14, a girl, weight nine pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- June 24, 1898

BLUME
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A.C. BLUME, Sunday evening, October 25th, 1891, a son. Mrs. Blume and the boy are getting along nicely, and Mr. Blume is much elated at the prospect of another republican voter a few years hence.
Ludell Gazette -- October 31, 1891

BOWLAND
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.D. BOWLAND, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- December 2, 1898

BROOKS
Frank BROOKS and wife have a baby son.
McDonald Times -- July 30, 1891

BUCKLIN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. William BUCKLIN, of Beaver township, on Monday the 2?, a son. Mother and son progressing finely.
McDonald Times -- August 27, 1891

BURD
Dr. Newsome reports a 14 pound boy out at Myron BURD's.
Rawlins County Democrat -- October 7, 1892

BURD
Dr. Newsome had a call to come to Miron BURD's last Tuesday night. The doctor says that the boy weighs 14 pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- April 19, 1895

BYE
Dr. W.W. Newsome says that D.O. BYE and wife are rejoicing greatly over the arrival of a 13 pound girl at their home the 6th inst.
Rawlins County Democrat -- February 9, 1894

BYE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D.O. BYE, last Saturday, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- January 24, 1896

BYE
Born, Monday, July 17th to Mr. and Mrs. D.O. BYE, a girl; weight according to Dr. Newsome, 12 5/8 lbs.
Atwood Patriot -- July 21, 1899

CALL
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Call, Achilles, Kansas, Sunday Aug. 4th, a boy. Dr. Newsome says he tipped the team at 18 pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- August 8, 1895

CATLETT
Born to Mr. and Mrs. S.W. CATLETT, Nov. 18, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- November 29, 1895

CHAMBERS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry CHAMBERS, of Stockham, Nebraska, a girl on New Years day.
Republican Citizen -- January 14, 1898

CHILSON
Born to Elbert CHILSON and wife last Monday, a girl. All doing well at this writing.
Atwood Patriot -- August 26, 1898

CLARK
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.R. CLARK, on the 10th, a 13 lb boy. Mother and child well and father doing better than expected.
The Times -- March 10, 1892

CLOE
A ten pound boy arrived this week at the home of Frank CLOE of Blakeman.
Atwood Patriot -- September 28, 1894

CONANT
F. CONANT was in town Saturday, and reports a fine new girl at his house. Mother and child doing well.
The Times -- August 3, 1893

CONGLETON
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. CONGLETON who live north west from this city are happy possessors of a handsome pair of twins. The came Nov. 28th and are a boy and girl and weigh 15 and 10 pounds respectively. Dr. Newsome who was in attendance reports all parties to be doing nicely.
Rawlins County Democrat -- December 8, 1893

CONSTABLE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Emery CONSTABLE, a son.
Atwood Patriot -- June 24, 1898

COOLIDGE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F.F. COOLIDGE of Blakeman, Sunday Nov. 1st, a boy.
The Times -- November 5, 1891

CROOKS
A bran new baby boy at George CROOK's. Another smiling papa.
Atwood Patriot -- September 23, 1898.

CURTIN
Born to Mrs. John CURTIN, Sunday the 29th a dainty daughter. Long may the little miss add to her parents bliss.
Atwood Patriot -- June 3, 1898

DEHART
Jim DEHART and wife are very happy over the arrival of a baby girl at their home on the 13th.
Atwood Patriot -- June 22, 1894

DOLE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Willis P. Dole, of the north divide, Wednesday, February 5, 1890, a son. All are well.
Ludell Gazette -- February 8, 1890

DOTSON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. O.M. DOTSON, a girl, weight 15 1/4 lbs. net, according to Dr. Newsome.
Atwood Patriot -- September 8, 1899

DUMOND
Dr. Newsome reports a bouncing boy out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. DUMOND.
Rawlins County Democrat -- August 18, 1893

EVANS
Born last week to Mr. and Mrs. E. EVANS of Driftwood, a son.
Atwood Patriot -- February 24, 1899

EVANS
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. EVANS are the proud parents of a baby girl which arrived at their home last Saturday night.
Atwood Patriot -- March 22, 1895

FIELDS
An Independence boy arrived at the home of Will FIELDS -- a nine pounder.
Atwood Patriot -- July 15, 1898

FIKEN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman FIKEN a boy, last Sunday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- November 24, 1899

FINLEY
Wm. FINLEY reports that he has the first boy out at his place. This makes seven girls and only one boy. Poor show for a material increase in the reform vote there.
The Times -- March 17, 1892

FISHENKORT
In a round about way we learn that Mr. and Mrs. FISHENKORT formerly of this township have lately become parents of twin babies. Fish seemed to be a little lax at times in keeping some of the ten commandments but there is the other command to multiply and replenish the earth which he keeps most religiously.
Atwood Patriot -- June 19, 1896

FLEENER
Born to C.L. FLEENER and wife, a twelve pound boy, December 27, 1898.
Atwood Patriot -- January 6, 1899

FOLSOM
A fine girl arrived at the home of George FOLSOM's July 1.
Atwood Patriot -- July 15, 1898

FOSTER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Foster June 4th, a girl. Mother and child are doing well, father expected to recover.
Rawlins County Democrat -- June 16, 1893

FRANKIE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John FRANKIE last Tuesday a boy. All parties doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- September 15, 1899

FRANKLIN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.H. FRANKLIN of Beaver on Sept. 26th, an alliance boy. All parties are doing well.
The Times -- September 29, 1892

FRY
Advices from Manhattan report a 10 1/2 pound son in Prof. FRY's household.
McDonald Times -- August 13, 1891

FUBRER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph FUBRER, of Burntwood township, on Monday August 1, 1898, a little daughter.
Atwood Patriot -- August 12, 1898

GIERHART
Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Gierhart, of Driftwood, Sunday, Feb. 23d, 1890, a son. All are well.
Ludell Gazette -- March 1, 1890

GIESKE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. GIESKE, Nov. 3d, a boy.
The Times -- November 17, 1892

GIESKE
Joe GIESKE boasts of ten children at his house. The last one arrived last Saturday -- a little girl.
Atwood Patriot -- March 8, 1895

GIESKE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. GIESKE, November 21, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- November 29, 1895

GIESKE
Born last Friday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Henry GIESKE a little blue eyed daughter. The Judge claims that the small maiden constituted a surprise party, but was none the less welcome. The Patriot offers congratulations.
Atwood Patriot -- July 29, 1898

GINTHER
Mr. Chris GINTHER has a fine baby boy a few weeks old , at their house.
Atwood Patriot -- April 28, 1899

GREULICK
Born to Mrs. Susie B. GREULICK, on Wednesday, a ten pound girl.
Atwood Patriot -- June 14, 1895

GROTZ
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George GROTZ November 4th, a little daughter.
Atwood Patriot -- November 18, 1898

GUY
A baby girl came to live with Mr. and Mrs. Bert GUY, last Wednesday.
Atwood Patriot -- April 21, 1899

GUY
Wm. GUY Sr. is the happy father of a fine Republican boy.
Rawlins County Democrat -- April 20, 1894

HACKER
Born last Wednesday night, to Mr. and Mrs. J.D. HACKER, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- October 25, 1895

HALL
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D.A. HALL, on Friday, October 2d, 1891, a nine pound girl.
The Times -- October 8, 1891

HALL
Dr. Newsome reports a bouncing baby girl down at the home of D.A. HALL.
Rawlins County Democrat -- July 7, 1893

HALLER
Frank Studer of Burntwood was among visitors this week. He informs us that Paul HALLER and Matt Rhu have added to their families two boys of the usual weight and that the democratic party is still flourishing as usual.
Rawlins County Democrat -- February 20, 1891

HAYES
A girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Des HAYES at 5 o'clock yesterday morning, Dr. Newsome in attendance. The mother and child are getting along all right and it is hoped that it will not go too hard with Des.
Republican Citizen -- July 13, 1894

HAYFER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W.K. HAYFER a 10 lb. boy on Tuesday evening. Mother and child are doing well. Dr. Wilson officiated.
Atwood Patriot -- October 20, 1899

HEBREW
From Dr. Newsome we learn that a 16 pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. A.H. HEBREW, of Blakeman, Tuesday. The mother and child are doing all right.
Republican Citizen -- July 20, 1894

HEDRICK
According to Dr. Newsome a 15 pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. A.C. HEDRICK, of Burntwood township Tuesday. The mother and child are getting along nicely.
Republican Citizen -- August 17, 1894

HEISTER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. S.W. HEISTER, a fifteen pound baby girl on Wednesday evening. Dr. Rowland officiating. Parties concerned are doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- May 26, 1899

HENDRICKS
On Monday, February 28th, a boy baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. F.C. HENDRICKS at the residence of the mother's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.W. Gaunt, in this city. Mrs. Hendricks is here on a visit to her parents, while the happy father is back in "old Missouri," at Chillicothe. It is something immensely to the advantage of the boy to be born a "Jayhawker."
Republican Citizen -- March 4, 1898

HENSLEY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. HENSLEY on Jan. 12th, 1891, a boy.
Rawlins County Democrat -- January 23, 1891

HERTZOG
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. John HERTZOG recently. John is all right.
Atwood Patriot -- May 19, 1899

HUFFMAN
A yound lady, weight only five pounds, is reported out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob F. HUFFMAN of Mikesell township.
Rawlins County Democrat -- March 16, 1894

INNES
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Pack INNES, of Mikesell township, a boy, weight 15 pounds, according to Dr. Newsome who attended the occasion.
Atwood Patriot -- August 12, 1898

JONES
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.P. JONES, at Colorado Springs, Co., Monday, Apr. 24, a girl.
Rawlins County Democrat -- April 28, 1893

JONES
Dr. Newsome reports the arrival in Atwood, on Monday, of another 15 pound girl baby. This time it is left at Elder JONE's. All are happy.
The Times -- June 15, 1893

KEENRIGHT
Dr. Powell found a spanking, new 6-pound baby girl at W.B. KEENRIGHT's Tuesday night.
Atwood Patriot -- April 26, 1895

KENDAL
A boy of the usual weight is reported at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. KENDAL.
Atwood Patriot -- September 20, 1895

KENDALL
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James KENDALL, last Sunday morning, a boy. Dr. Powell reports mother and son both doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- February 1895

KENDALL
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim KENDALL, a girl, this week of the usual weight.
Atwood Patriot -- August 14, 1896

KESSELRING
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kesselring, Friday, Feb. 14th, 1890, a son and heir. Jake was able to get to town the first of the week and is about the only recipient of a Valentine, in this community, who is not mad.
Ludell Gazette -- February 22, 1890

KNOX
A new operator arrived at the depot last Sunday night. It was a boy and Dr. McIrvin was there to greet him. Mr. KNOX is uncertain as to whether he, himself, is now expected to act as agent, operator or floor-walker.
Atwood Patriot -- February 8, 1895

LAMBACH
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank LAMBACH, last Monday morning a great big girl baby. Another surprise to all.
Atwood Patriot -- January 7, 1898

LARIMER
Another voter arrived at the home of Mr. LARIMER of Blakeman, weight 16 pounds -- Newsome.
Atwood Patriot -- April 19, 1895

LEE
Mr. and Mrs. W.D. LEE are rejoicing over the avvival of a bright baby boy at their home. [died Dec. 2nd in Dec. 8th paper]
Rawlins County Democrat -- November 24, 1893

LONG
Dr. Melugin reports the arrival of a boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.L. LONG on Saturday, January 19.
Atwood Patriot -- January 25, 1895

LOUGH
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles LOUGH, a little girl baby on the 3rd of October, Drs. Newsome and Melugin attending. Dr. Newsome reports its weight as eighteen pounds. It has been about two years since Dr. Newsome left his practice in Atwood and it must be confessed that during that time the babies deteriorated, although no blame is attached to Drs. Melugin and McIrvin. Dr. Newsome recently returned to Atwood and we notice a marked improvement already in the weight of the babies.
Atwood Patriot -- October 8, 1897

LUTHER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F.W. LUTHER, a boy.
Rawlins County Democrat -- January 16, 1891

MADSEN
Dr. Melugin reports the arrival of a girl baby at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew MADSEN Tuesday, January 17.
Atwood Patriot -- January 20, 1899

MAHARRY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A.W. MAHARRY, a boy, last Tuesday morning, weight 16 1/2 pounds. Dr. Melugin attended.
Atwood Patriot -- Ocoter 13, 1899

MAHONEY
Matt MAHONEY celebrates the advent of a new girl at his home.
Ludell Gazette -- February 7, 1891

MAISCH
Born to Rev. and Mrs. J.M. MAISCH, Wednesday, October 28, 1891, a daughter. The Gazette joins Rev. Maisch's parishioners and many friends in congratulations.
Ludell Gazette -- October 31, 1891

MALLERY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. MALLERY, last Tuesday, a boy. Mr. Mallery is a son-in-law of Nate Chessmore. Dr. York attended.
Atwood Patriot -- July 21, 1899

MALLONNEE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. G.W. MALLONNEE, Jan. 5, 1891, a boy of the regulation weight. Boy and mother both doing well.
Rawlins County Democrat -- January 9, 1891

MARTIN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. S.C. MARTIN, of Mikesell township, Tuesday July 25th, 1893, a boy, weight fourteen pounds. Along with congratulations we would advise Sam to name him Grover Cleveland, never spoil the future prospects of the lad by attatching him the odious cognomen of Jerry Weaver.
Rawlins County Democrat -- July 28, 1893

MARVIN
Born--Dec. 21st to Mrs. Mason J. MARVIN, of Achilles, Rawlins County, a bouncing 10 pound girl. Dr. Mead in attendance.
Rawlins County Democrat -- January 1, 1892

MATHEWS
Born to C.C. MATHEWS and wife a boy, on Monday, Oct. 17th. Dr. Melugin reports all doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- October 28, 1898

MATHEWS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W.A. MATHEWS, last Monday night, a boy. Dr. York says that it will be a republican, but declines to give its weight.
Atwood Patriot -- August 25, 1899

MCDONALD
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.F. MCDONALD, Friday, a son. Congratulations.
Atwood Patriot -- May 26, 1899

MCDOUGAL
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George MCDOUGAL, Feb. 29, 1892, a fourteen pound girl. Mother doing well.
Rawlins County Democrat -- March 4, 1892

MCDOUGAL
Dr. Newsome reports a 15 pound boy out at the home of George MCDOUGAL, Sr. of Mikesell township. He came Thursday, and all parties are doing nicely.
Rawlins County Democrat -- November 17, 1893

MCFADDEN
Dr. Newsome reports a ten pound girl up at the residence of J.M. MCFADDEN of Blakeman.
Rawlins County Democrat -- August 25, 1893

MCKNIGHT
Born to Mr. and Mrs. T.J. MCKNIGHT, on Sunday, July 30, a fine boy. T.J. says "He is the very picture of his papa, and smart as a whip."
Ludell Gazette -- August 5, 1893

MCKNIGHT
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A.R. MCKNIGHT last Monday a little daughter of the regulation weight. All are well and A.R. is very much elated.
Atwood Patriot -- August 5, 1898

MCLIMANS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. M.H. MCLIMANS, a girl. All doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- November 30, 1894

MELUGIN
S.L. and Allie MELUGIN have added a strong member to the Alliance by the addition of a ten pound boy. The Democrat extends congratulations.
Rawlins County Democrat -- October 2, 1891

MIKESELL
Born to Mr. and Mrs. E.A. MIKESELL, on the Sappa, April 2d, a boy. Mother and child are doing well and Ike appears to be in a normal condition.
The Times -- May 5, 1892

MIKESELL
Born to Mr. and Mrs. E.A. MIKESELL, Sunday, November 26th, an eleven pound boy. We extend congratulations and best wishes for the future happiness of the boy that has come to bless the Mikesell home.
Atwood Patriot -- December 8, 1899

MINER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.E. MINER, last Tuesday, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- May 19, 1899

MORGAN
Born on Monday, Feb. 20th, to L.L. MORGAN, of Chardon, a girl. All the parties interested getting along nicely.
Rawlins County Democrat -- February 24, 1893

MORPHY
Born Wednesday, December 7th, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. J.W. MORPHY, a girl. The editor of the Times took a vacation yesterday, and every one in the city smoked to the health of the editress.
Rawlins County Democrat -- December 9, 1892

NOBLE
County attorney J.P. NOBLE has been setting up the cigars to "de gang" on the strenght of the debut of a son. Populist, of course. Dr. Melugin introduced Mr. Noble Jr. to his father.
Atwood Patriot -- March 8, 1895

O'TOOLE
Dr. Newsome reports a 13 1/2 pound baby at the O'TOOLE place out south of town.
Atwood Patriot -- November 3, 1899

PAINE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.H. PAINE, Sunday morning, a boy, 11 pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- November 30, 1894

PALMER
H. PALMER is rejoicing over a new son. Mother and child are both doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- February 24, 1899

PARR
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. PARR, Sunday night, a girl. All concerned doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- August 9, 1895

PEARSON
T.C. PEARSON is the hapy parent of a bran new boy. He says it is People's Party boy in every sense of the word.
The Times -- September 29, 1892

PEARSON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.C. PEARSON on Thursday morning of this week, a girl. All doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- September 14, 1894

PEARSON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.C. PEARSON last Friday night, a boy, Dr. Melugin attending.
Atwood Patriot -- October 23, 1896

PICKENS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Otis PICKENS, last Monday night, a boy. Dr. Newsome.
Atwood Patriot -- February 1, 1895

PICKETT
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. W.J. PICKETT last week.
Atwood Patriot -- June 2, 1899

PICKLER
Dr. Newsome was summoned to Herndon Wednesday by telegraph. He reports a boy down at the home of Dr. PICKLER of Herndon, that registers good fifteen pounds.
Rawlins County Democrat -- June 2, 1893

PITTS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. T.V. PITTS, of Mirage township, Saturday September 9th, a girl.
Rawlins County Democrat -- September 22, 1893

POLLARD
F.P. POLLARD is the very proud father of the first addition to his family. It is a girl. All doing well.
The Times -- August 3, 1893

POLLARD
A nine pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. F.P. POLLARD Wednesday morning, Dr. Melugin in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- August 31, 1894

PORTNER
Dr. W.W. Newsome of this city, last Christmas day, presented Mr. and Mrs. Gene PORTNER with a Christmas present that will doubtless as that memorable comes around, be brighter and more appreciated each succeeding year. It was a twelve pound boy. In the doctors practice which has been extensive, covering a period of twenty-seven years, this is the second gift of this kind ever presented by him on that day.
Rawlins County Democrat -- January 1, 1892

PREDER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. PREDER, Saturday evening July 1, a girl baby, weight 15 lbs according to Dr. Newsome.
Atwood Patriot -- July 7, 1899

PRESSON
If it's not too late, we would like to congratulate Geo. E. PRESSON upon the advent of a promising daughter. Just heard of it. George will see you later. Mother and daughter doing well.
Rawlins County Democrat -- May 26, 1893

PRICE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.F. PRICE, Monday, November 28th, 1892, a girl. A calamity howler of course.
Rawlins County Democrat -- December 2, 1892

RATCLIFF
There was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. RATCLIFF on Tuesday morning last a fine boy baby. The boy has been christened Dewey Hobson Ratcliff, and from the start has a big reputation to maintain.
Republican Citizen -- June 24, 1898

RATHER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. G.L. RATHER, June 17, a son, weight 10 lbs. All well.
Atwood Patriot -- June 24, 1898

REEVES
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W.H. REEVES, Wednesday July 15th, a girl. All concerned doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- July 17, 1896

REEVES
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Reno REEVES March 16, a sixteen and a half pound son, by name, Hobson. Reception committee, Dr. J.N. Melugin.
Atwood Patriot -- March 17, 1899

REILLY
There was a surprise party at Jack REILLY's the 12th. It was a girl and of average weight. Father doing well as could be expected.
Rawlins County Democrat -- February 18, 1892

REHTUS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry REHTUS, Nov. 22, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- November 29, 1895

RENEAU
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. C.S. RENEAU, Saturday July 22d. The weight of the youngster according to Dr. Newsome was 14 7/8 lbs. Papa Reneau is recovering.
Atwood Patriot -- July 28, 1899

RHETUS
A boy of usual weight came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry RHETUS on Saturday, June 30. Dr. Melugin in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- July 6, 1894

RHU
Frank Studer of Burntwood was among visitors this week. He informs us that Paul Haller and Matt RHU have added to their families two boys of the usual weight and that the democratic party is still flourishing as usual.
Rawlins County Democrat -- February 20, 1891

RICE
A ten and a half pound baby girl made her appearance at the residence of Mr. George RICE, Saturday.
Ludell Gazette -- March 4, 1893

RICH
Born on Saturday last, to Mr. and Mrs. A. RICH, a daughter. Allan has the consolation that on the downward journey of life he will have a strong support.
Atwood Patriot -- December 25, 1896

RICH
Arrived on the Sunday's special, October 1st at the home of Allen RICH, a son.
Atwood Patriot -- October 6, 1899

RICHARDS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur RICHARDS of Beardsley last Friday a boy. Dr. York attended.
Atwood Patriot -- July 21, 1899

RICHARDSON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clay RICHARDSON of this city, a girl.
Ludell Gazette -- March 4, 1893

RIELLY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack RIELLY, Sunday, a girl. All concerned are doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- July 14, 1899

ROBBINS
Mr. and Mrs. Ed ROBBINS of Achilles are the proud parents of a baby boy who arrived at their home last Thursday.
Atwood Patriot -- May 17, 1895

ROBINSON
Bron to Mr. and Mrs. Charles ROBINSON, of the Commercial House, Saturday, April 22nd, a girl, of standard weight. Charley looks somewhat care-worn but thinks he will pull through all right. Mother and daughter doing well.
The Times -- April 27, 1893

ROBINSON
We congratulate our new Mayor, F.E. ROBINSON and his wife upon the arrival of a fine girl baby to brighten their home Wednesday morning.
The Times -- April 13, 1893

ROMINGER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. ROMINGER a boy, last Sunday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- October 13, 1899

SANKEY
They have a bouncing baby boy out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.M. SANKEY. Sam has kept the matter very quiet but such small items are always bound to leak out sooner or later.
Rawlins County Democrat -- June 2, 1893

SCRAMEK
We understand that Jim SCRAMEK has an addition to his family. Cigars.
Atwood Patriot -- August 23, 1895

SCHWAB
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D.F. SCHWAB, a little Democrat, last Monday evening. Mrs. Schwab has been quite sick, but is improving at this writing. Dan is treating the boys because this is another vote for Bryan so he says.
Atwood Patriot -- October 13, 1899

SCHWAB
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred SCHWAB, a girl. All concerned are doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- August 4, 1899

SCHWARTZ
Born to Mrs. M. SCHWARTZ, a few miles from town, on Sunday, July 10, a pair of twins. Mother and children were doing well at the last reports.
Ludell Gazette -- July 16, 1892


SCRUBY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. SCRUBY Tuesday night, a girl of good weight, Dr. Newsome reporting.
Atwood Patriot -- 1897

SHARPE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A.B. SHARPE, a girl.
Rawlins County Democrat -- April 14, 1893

SHELLEY
A strapping big fifteen pound boy was caught out at the home of Mrs. SHELLEY, of Burntwood township, the 30th inst. Dr. Newsome reports all parties are doing nicely.
Rawlins County Democrat -- July 7, 1893

SHEPARD
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.E. SHEPARD a ten pound boy, March 29, 1891. Mother and son doing well.
Rawlins County Democrat -- April 10, 1891

SHULL
Guy Denny of Grant township was in the city yesterday. Guy reports a bouncing big boy out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. SHULL of Grant township. Charley is all attention and it is supposed that everybody will be invited to smoke.
Rawlins County Democrat -- March 2, 1894

SMITH
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert SMITH, of Burntwood, January 22nd, 1899, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- January 27, 1899

SMITH
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Newton SMITH, on Friday night Oct. 14, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- October 21, 1898

SPARS
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. SPARS have a new boy, weight eleven pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- July 31, 1896

SPEARS
Wm. SPEARS is the happy father of a ten pound boy.
Rawlins County Democrat -- April 20, 1894

SRAMEK
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph SRAMEK, a girl last Tuesday night.
Atwood Patriot -- December 17, 1897

STELLGES
Born to Mr. and Mrs. STELLGES, a girl baby.
Atwood Patriot -- May 6, 1898

STELLYER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.H. STELLYER, of Ludell, Tuesday, Aug. 6th, a boy. Dr. Newsome.
Atwood Patriot -- August 9, 1895

STORM
Henry STORM is the proud father of a fine daughter. Mrs. Storm is not doing as her many friends hoped for.
Rawlins County Democrat -- August 18, 1893

STRAUB
One week ago last Monday night Dr. Newsome was called by Mr. STRAUB to witness the advent a heavyweight girl. She tipped the beam at 25lbs. (?)
Atwood Patriot -- April 19, 1895

STUDER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Moritz STUDER on Monday April 18, a boy. Mort was too bashful to come to town and tell any body about it and consequently we are a week behind.
The Times -- April 28, 1892

STURGEON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. STURGEON Wednesday, November 4th, a girl.
The Times -- November 4, 1891

THOMAS
Dr. Warren Hedrick reports a girl out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dell THOMAS.
Rawlins County Democrat -- June 9, 1893

THOMAS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. THOMAS a daughter, May 26. All doing well. Ed is happy and so is Grandpa Maharry, even if it does make him feel rather old.
Atwood Patriot -- June 2, 1899

THOMAS
Ralph THOMAS is happy. It's a boy and born on the 4th. All interested doing well. Ralph says his name will be Llewelling whether or not the child is old enough or strong enough to bear such a burden remains to be seen. If he is he's a "Daisy."
Rawlins County Democrat -- June 16, 1893

THOMAS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. THOMAS, of Burntwood, a seven pound boy on the 13th inst. Dr. Powell officiating.
Atwood Patriot -- April 19, 1895

THOMAS
A new baby arrived at A.B. THOMAS' this week.
Atwood Patriot -- August 2, 1895
The little child of A.B. Thomas, aged one week, died last Saturday evening and was buried Sunday.
Atwood Patriot -- August 16, 1895

THOMAS
Born on Thursday, September 1 to Mr. and Mrs. A.A. THOMAS, a boy. Dr. Melugin admits that that its weight would not exceed seventeen and fifteen and a half ounces, but says that it is just as nice a big baby.
Atwood Patriot -- September 2, 1898.

THOMAS
Born to A.J. THOMAS and wife, Jan. 12, a girl. All concerned are doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- January 20, 1899

THOMPSON
Amos THOMPSON and wife are the happy possessors of a fine girl baby, born the 13th inst.
Atwood Patriot -- June 22, 1894

TINGLEY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hallie TINGLEY a 10 lb. girl on June 4th, all doing well except father. Dr. York in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- June 10, 1898

TOBIAS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. B.M. TOBIAS a little daughter.
Atwood Patriot -- November 10, 1899

TUCKER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward TUCKER, a boy. All parties concerned are doing well, so Dr. G.L. Pegg reports.
Atwood Patriot -- July 21, 1899

TURNER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.M. TURNER of Grant on April 17, a girl.
The Times -- April 21, 1892

TURNER
Dr. Newsome reports the arrival of a ten pound girl last Thursday at the home of J.M. TURNER of Grant Township.
Atwood Patriot -- August 31, 1894

TWILLEGAR
One of the most important events that the Patriot has had the privilege of recording in some time, was the arrival on Tuesday morning of twin daughters in the home of Irving TWILLEGAR. Dr. Newsome preformed the intoductory ceremony and reports their weight as fourteen pounds apiece. Those well acquainted with Doctor Newsome understand that the Doctor's belief is that nothing so commends itself to the more material minds as matter. And that so long as we share this earth life, we are more or less of earth, earthy, so we can best comprehend the grades of all excellence by the standard of avoirdupois. In this light, we think that the doctor has rather understated the case. Not even fourteen pounds apiece will do justice to the grace, beauty and vigorus constitution of the Twelligar twins. We congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Twelligar and hope for the tiny feet as smooth a pathway in life as the proud parents could ask for the little ones.
Atwood Patriot -- September 15, 1899

TWILLIGER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. TWILLLIGER Wednesday night, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- May 13, 1898

VAP
Last Saturday a boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. VAP.
Atwood Patriot -- May 19, 1899

VERBAS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph VERBAS, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- December 2, 1898

WALKER
Rob WALKER has left the earth and is soaring in space since Sunday the 30th. It's a girl, mother and daughter doing nicely. Rob is expected back in a few days, and its to be hoped will bear the appellation of "Pa" with becoming dignity.
Rawlins County Democrat -- August 11, 1893

WHEALEN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. Mc.E. WHEALEN, of this city, on January 6, 1892, an eight pound boy. The mother is doing fine and the father walking the streets the greater portion of his time with a box of cigars. Mc. confidently expects the lad, when grown up, will be a second Senator Plumb and is correspondingly happy.
Rawlins County Democrat -- January 8, 1892

WICKARD
A big handsome boy baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gene WICKARD Sunday morning, Dr. Melugin in attendance. Mother and son are getting along nicely, but it is uncertain whether Gene will fully rercover from the great shock.
Republican Citizen -- August 24, 1894

WICKE
Dr. Powell introduced a new baby boy into the home of Christ WICKE of Ludell last Tuesday.
Atwood Patriot -- May 3, 1895

YAGER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan YAGER, a boy. Dan says he is trying already to say Democracy but that it comes out Alliance every time.
Rawlins County Democrat -- January 16, 1891

YEOMAN
A bouncing Democratic boy arrived at the home of I.S. YEOMAN at high noon Sunday. mother and son doing well.
Rawlins County Democrat -- May 18, 1894

YORK
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis YORK, October the 5th, a baby boy. Mother and child are doing well. Dr. Melugin officiating
Atwood Patriot -- October 6, 1899


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