Rawlins County Kansas Birth Announcements 1900 -- 1910

Rawlins County Kansas

Birth Announcements
1900 -- 1910



The following birth announcements come from Rawlins County newspapers:

AGAN
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the arrival of an eleven pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo AGAN, of Achilles last Sunday, February 19th.
Atwood Patriot -- February 24, 1905

ALCOTT
A daughter was born to Mrs. Jessie ALCOTT Friday, June 27th.
Atwood Patriot -- July 4, 1902

ALLEN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. S.C. ALLEN, of Ludell township, Monday March 25th, a baby boy. Dr. Newsome who has the reputation of being an excellent judge of weight, is authority for the statement that the youngster balanced the scales at 14 3/4 pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- March 29, 1901

Died--Saturday March 30, 1901 Leroy ALLEN, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. S.C. ALLEN of Atwood township,
Atwood Patriot -- April 5, 1901

ALLEN
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. S.C. ALLEN, of Ludell, last Sunday. The Patriot extends congratulations to the happy parents.
Atwood Patriot -- November 14, 1902

ALLEY
A new baby arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clell ALLEY of Mikesell township Tuesday night. We failed to learn the sex.
Atwood Patriot -- October 18, 1901

AMSBERRY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F.M. AMSBERRY, April 11th, 1902, a girl, weight 11 1/2 pounds. Mother and child are doing well. This is the eight child in this family, six of whom are of school age and are attending school.
Atwood Patriot -- April 25, 1902

ANDERSON
A.J. ANDERSON one of the rustling and pleasant farmers of Ludell was in the city on business Wednesday. He reports the event of a bright ten pound girl into their home Monday of this week.
Atwood Patriot -- January 26, 1900

ANDERSON
Dr. Melugin informs us that a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. George ANDERSON on Friday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- February 10, 1905

ANDERSON
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John ANDERSON, of McDonald, Thursday June 26th.
Atwood Patriot -- July 4, 1902

ANDERSON
Dr. McIrvin reports the arrival of a ten pound girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John ANDERSON, two miles west of Beardsley, Tuesday of this week.
Atwood Patriot -- May 2, 1907

ANDERSON
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a ten pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. John ANDERSON, Monday, November 4.
Atwood Patriot -- October 31, 1907

ANDERSON
Dr. McIrvin reports the arrival of a nine pound baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ANDERSON, who live sixteen miles east of Atwood, Wednesday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- June 6, 1907

AYNES
Mr. and Mrs. A.F. AYNES are the proud parents of a boy born Sunday, April 1.
Atwood Patriot -- April 6, 1906

AYNES
Mr. and Mrs. A.F. AYNES are the proud parents of a baby girl, born last Friday, April 2nd. The arrival of this girl and his re-election as councilman will keep Fes busy a few days receiving congratulations from his many friends.
Republican Citizen -- April 8, 1909

BARENBERG
A bright handsome girl baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. John BARENBERG last Saturday, August 27.
Atwood Patriot -- September 2, 1904

BARENGER
Dr. H.M. Thomson reports the birth of two big boys on last Sunday a week. One at John Grafel's, the other at Hubert BARENBERG'S. All parties doing well, especially the little fellow's papas.
Atwood Patriot -- June 16, 1905

BARNES
A pretty baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Riley BARNES of East Atwood township, Wednesday evening of last week. Dr. Melugin in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- July 8, 1909

BARTHOLOMEW
Dr. Johnson reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. J.F. BARTHOLOMEW, Sunday, November 28.
Republican Citizen -- December 1, 1910

BAUMFALK
A bright baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hick BAUMFALK of Beaver township last Sunday morning February 6th, 1910. Dr. J.N. Melugin in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- February 10, 1910

BAUMFALK
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the birth of a ten pound boy to Hic BAUMFALK and wife of north of Blakeman, Monday, December 30.
Atwood Patriot -- January 2, 1908

BEAL
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. W.E. BEAL last week.
Atwood Patriot -- January 20, 1905

BEARLEY
Our baby reporter informs us of the arrival of a bright healthy boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.R. BEARLEY, of North Atwood township Thursday. It is now left to Will to see that he grows up as good a populist and man as his dad.
Atwood Patriot -- February 8, 1901

BEAVER
A handsome little daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. C.L. BEAVER, of Union township early last Tuesday morning. Grandpa Lovejoy is feeling mighty good over the happy event.
Atwood Patriot -- April 20, 1906

BEIMS
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a ten pound boy to Mr. and Mrs. August BEIMS of northeast of Ludell on Sunday, March 8th.
Atwood Patriot -- March 12, 1908

BEVERSTOCK
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. C.L. BEVERSTOCK, of Logan township.
Atwood Patriot -- March 24, 1905

BEVERSTOCK
A bright baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde BEVERSTOCK of Blakeman last Monday, March 7th, Dr. Johnson in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- March 10, 1910

BIDDINGER
Dr. L. G. Graves reports the arrival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray BIDDINGER of east Atwood township, born last Friday morning, August 27, '09.
Republican Citizen -- September 2, 1909

BIEMES
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a fine baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August BIEMES of Ludell, born last Tuesday, July 13th.
Republican Citizen -- July 15, 1909

BILTZ
Dr. W.C. McIrvin, one of the best baby reporters in the county, reports the arrival of a nine pound girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. BILTZ, of Ludell, last Monday, June 12.
Atwood Patriot -- June 16, 1905

BILTZ
Mr. and Mrs. J. BILTZ of Ludell are the happy parents of a baby boy, born last Thursday, February 25th. The young man will soon be cashier of the Ludell State bank.
Republican Citizen -- March 4, 1909

BIRRER
Dr. Graves reports teh birth of an eight pound girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.N. BIRRER, Friday, October 30th.
Atwood Patriot -- November 12, 1908

BISHOP
A handsome daughter was born to Rev. and Mrs. J.W. BISHOP Thursday, January 26. Mother and child are doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- January 27, 1905

BISHOP
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.W. BISHOP at their home in Rotate township recently.
Atwood Patriot -- June 22, 1906

BLISS
Mr. and Mrs. Ben BLISS, of Logan, are rejoicing over the arrival of a youngster at their home last Saturday evening. We failed to learn the sex.
Atwood Patriot -- September 26, 1902

BLISS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben BLISS of the South Divide, Saturday, December 14, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- December 19, 1907

BLISS
Dr. Newsome reports the arrival of a boy baby at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John A. BLISS last Sunday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- July 31, 1903

BLISS
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a hearty girl baby at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John A. BLISS west of town.
Atwood Patriot -- January 12, 1906

BLISS
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.K. Bliss of Logan township the 13 inst.
Atwood Patriot -- April 20 1900

BLISS
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a nine pound girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.K. BLISS on February 2, 1905.
Atwood Patriot -- February 3, 1905

BLISS
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a ten pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. J.K. BLISS Monday October 21.
Atwood Patriot -- October 17, 1907

BLOOD
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. BLOOD last Monday.
Atwood Patriot -- September 14, 1906

BLOOD
Dr. Graves reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. BLOOD, Thursday, November 19th.
Atwood Patriot -- November 26, 1908

BLOOD
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo BLOOD, born yesterday morning.
Republican Citizen -- August 26, 1909

BONE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Claud BONE, a girl, the usual size. Mother and baby are doing fine.
Atwood Patriot -- May 3, 1901

BONE
Dr. Melugin reports the arrival of a bright and healthy nine pound girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. BONE on Monday September 1st.
Atwood Patriot -- September 5, 1902

BONE
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. BONE are the recipients of a ten pound valentine last Tuesday morning. The little lady is stout and hearty and just the image of her happy dad.
Atwood Patriot -- February 17, 1904

BOSLER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. BOSLER of Clinton township, Friday, July 19, a boy. Dr. Melugin in attendance.
Atwood Patriot -- July 25, 1907

BOSLER
Mr. and Mrs. Joe BOSLER are the parents of a baby girl; may she live long and be a blessing to their home.
Atwood Patriot -- January 31, 1907

BOSLER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe BOSLER, born February 12th, 1909.
Republican Citizen -- February 18, 1909

BOSLER
A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Severine BOSLER, of Arbor township last Tuesday, January 11th. Dr. H.H. Johnson in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- January 13, 1910

BOWLAND
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Bowland, of Gladstone, is gladdened by the presence of a baby girl.
Atwood Patriot -- February 9, 1900

BOWLAND
The report reaches Atwood that a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.D. BOWLAND, of Burntwood township on Tuesday, January 3rd.
Atwood Patriot -- January 6, 1905

BOYER
Mr. and Mrs. C.W. BOYER are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter, born December 22.
Atwood Patriot -- January 3, 1902

BRENNAN
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh BRENNAN are the proud parents of a bright baby girl. We have only best wishes for the future happiness of the little miss that has come to bless the Brennan home.
Atwood Patriot -- March 10, 1905

BRINEY
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. F.W. BRINEY, of Beaver township last Tuesday.
Atwood Patriot -- September 9, 1904

BRINEY
Mr. and Mrs. Frank BRINEY are the parents of a daughter which arrived on Wednesday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- April 20, 1906

BRINEY
Dr. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank BRINEY, Friday morning, May 24.
Atwood Patriot -- May 23, 1907

BRINEY
A bright, healthy girl baby came to bless the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. BRINEY, on Thursday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- November 28, 1902

BROWN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Brown of Celia township, Sunday, February 4th, a boy. Dr. Newsome officiated, and reports all parties concerned in the happy event as doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- February 9, 1900

BROWN
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. BROWN, of Celia township on Thursday, August 25th.
Atwood Patriot -- August 26, 1904

BROWN
Dr. Stewart reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. C.H. BROWN on August 10th.
Atwood Patriot -- August 27, 1908

BROWN
Dr. York reports the arrival of a daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. BROWN, north of Atwood.
Atwood Patriot -- September 26, 1902

BROWN
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. W.S. BROWN of four miles north of Atwood, Sunday, August 16th.
Atwood Patriot -- August 20, 1908

BUCK
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. BUCK are the proud parents of a girl baby born Sunday, July 7th.
Atwood Patriot -- July 11, 1907

BUCK
A bright baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.W. BUCK of this city last Monday, Dr. Melugin in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- June 2, 1910

BURK
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul BURK, of this township, a boy of the usual size.
Atwood Patriot --

BURKS
Mr. and Mrs. U.S. BURKS, of Beaver township, are the proud parents of a bouncing baby girl which arrived at their home Thursday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- March 28, 1902

BUSHNELL
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the birth of a 10 pound girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.L. BUSHNELL, of this city, Friday, June 19th.
Atwood Patriot -- June 25, 1908

BYE
Dr. J.N. Melugin, the attending physician, reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. D.O. BYE last Wednesday, July 12.
Atwood Patriot -- July 14, 1905

CARLSON
Mr. and Mrs. Victor CARLSON are the proud parents of a baby boy, born Monday, May 29th.
Republican Citizen -- June 10, 1909

CARTER
A girl baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. E.G. CARTER, over at the depot early yesterday morning, May 14.
Atwood Patriot -- May 15, 1903

CASTOR
I.R. CASTOR and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy.
Republican Citizen -- November 17, 1910

CAYTON
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the arrival of a fine new girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. CAYTON, of Clinton township, Sunday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- February 22, 1901

CHAMBERS
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse CHAMBERS at the home of grandpa & grandma Chambers in this city last Sunday August 17th.
Atwood Patriot -- August 22, 1902

CHANCE
Dr. Newsome reports a great big fat baby girl out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve CHANCE, of Mikesell township.
Atwood Patriot -- January 12, 1900

CHANCE
S.B. CHANCE was a caller at this office last Saturday. Steve is feeling mighty proud over the birth of a son. The happy event occured on Tuesday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- September 16, 1904

CHESSMORE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D.O. Chessmore, on January 29, a bouncing baby boy.
Atwood Patriot -- February 2, 1900

CHESSMORE
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. D.O. CHESSMORE last Monday, June 11th.
Atwood Patriot -- June 8, 1906

CHESSMORE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D.O. CHESSMORE, Sunday morning, December 15, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- December 19, 1907

CHESSMORE
A baby girl came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern CHESSMORE, last Friday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- December 19, 1907

CLAYSON
Dr. Melugin reports the arrival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank CLAYSON of Mirage township Monday of this week.
Atwood Patriot -- July 4, 1907

CLOE
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. J.H. CLOE, of Beaver township last Wednesday.
Atwood Patriot -- September 16, 1904

CLOE
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. James CLOE of Beaver township, on last Saturday evening.
Atwood Patriot -- November 23, 1906

CLOE
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. James CLOE of Blakeman, last Monday, March 29th. Dr. Johnson in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- March 31, 1910

CLORE
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. J.B. CLORE, Sunday morning, August 4.
Atwood Patriot -- August 1, 1907

COCHRAN
A bright healthy girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed COCHRAN of this city Monday morning. Ed, Velma and the new girl are getting along famously, but Grandpa Sankey is considerably worried over the fact that it is the first democrat ever born into the family.
Atwood Patriot -- November 29, 1901

COCHRAN
A son and heir took up his abode at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.R. COCHRAN on Wednesday evening December 26.
Atwood Patriot -- December 14, 1906

COHNER
In a round about way we learn of the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Mason COHNER of Burntwood township, on Monday.
Atwood Patriot -- July 17, 1903

COLE
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. G.D. COLE, of Tully, on Sunday, June 25th.
Atwood Patriot -- June 30, 1905

COLEMAN
Dr. Graves reports the arrival of a 15 pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy COLEMAN Tuesday, September 24, 07.
Atwood Patriot -- September 19, 1907

COLLINS
Mr. and Mrs. Bert COLLINS are the pround parents of a baby gir, born last week.
Republican Citizen -- April 22, 1909

CONANT
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the arrival of a bright baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jared CONANT of this city, born last Saturday, Dec. 17, 1910.
Republican Citizen -- December 22, 1910

CONNER
Mr. and Mrs. Mason CONNER are the happy parents of a healthy twelve pound boy which arrived at their home on pension hill Monday May 26th.
Atwood Patriot -- May 30, 1902

CONSTABLE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Theo. CONSTABLE of Ludell, Tuesday, July 16, an eight pound girl. Dr. McIrvin in attendance.
Atwood Patriot -- July 11, 1907

CONSTABLE
Mr. and Mrs. Theo CONSTABLE of Ludell are the proud parents of a baby boy, born last Sunday morning.
Republican Citizen -- September 9, 1909

COPPER
We learn this week of the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. D.R. COPPER, of McDonald on January 8.
Atwood Patriot -- January 15, 1904

CRESS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.D. CRESS on March 26, a son, with Dr. Melugin in attendance. The doctor also reports the arrival of a pretty, bright-eyed baby at the home of C.L. Henderson on Tuesday last. All doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- March 21, 1907

DAVIS
Mr. and Mrs. G.W. DAVIS, of Union township, are rejoicing over the arrival of a girl baby at their home Friday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- August 4, 1905

DAVIS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. DAVIS of Union township, Monday last, a daughter.
Atwood Patriot -- February 14, 1907

DECKER
A bright baby girl has arrived to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester DECKER.
Republican Citizen -- March 19, 1908

DENNY
A pair of twins, a boy and girl were born to Mr. and Mrs. Guy DENNY of Mikesell township, last Sunday night.
Atwood Patriot -- November 16, 1900

DENNEY
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. G.H. DENNEY of Mikesell township last Saturday, March 5. The happy dad who was in town Monday is tickled to death. He has two pair at his house now, as says two pair beats threes.
Atwood Patriot -- March 11, 1904

DENNEY
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. G.H. DENNEY, of Mikesell township, on Thursday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- November 3, 1905

DIAMOND
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. DIAMOND, Sunday morning, a son. The addition of a nine pound Diamond to the wealth of Rawlins county is a matter of no small importance.
Atwood Patriot -- February 21, 1902

DICKEY
Dr. York reports the arrival of a girl at the home of the DICKEY'S in this city Saturday afternoon.
Atwood Patriot -- October 18, 1901

DICKEY
Dr. Graves reports the arrival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. DICKEY, born Saturday, July 4th.
Atwood Patriot -- July 9, 1908

DOWD
Dr. E.D. York reports the birth of a girl of regulation weight to Mr. and Mrs. Will DOWD of Union township, on Wednesday, November 18th.
Atwood Patriot -- November 20, 1903

DOZBABA
A bright girl baby came to bless the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anton DOZBABA, of Driftwood township, recently. Anton is among the Patriot's lastest subscribers and we wish for the lady and future heir an abundance of the good things of life.
Atwood Patriot -- June 15, 1900

DRATH
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. F.H. DRATH on Tuesday, August 30, 1904
Atwood Patriot -- September 2, 1904

DRATH
Mr. and Mrs. Francis DRATH of Herndon are the proud parents of a 10 1/2 lb. girl, born Saturday, January 19.
Atwood Patriot -- January 17, 1907

DRATH
Born, on March 22, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. DRATH, a bouncing baby girl.
Atwood Patriot -- March 24, 1904

DUNKER
Dr. Graves reports the arrival of a beautiful 8 lb. girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry DUNKER of Ludell born last Monday, June 14th, 1909.
Republican Citizen -- June 17, 1909

DUNKER
Dr. Graves reports the arrival of a baby boy at the home of John DUNKER Friday, August 19th.
Republican Citizen -- August 25, 1910

DUSENBURY
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DUSENBURY of Celia township, born March 10th.
Republican Citizen -- March 18, 1909

EDWARDS
A bright healthy ten pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bert EDWARDS, of this city, at high noon Friday the 18th inst. To say that the doctor is the happiest man in the city is putting it very mildly. We smoked a fine cigar and hope that the boy will "look more like his dad everyday."
Atwood Patriot -- January 25, 1901

EGELSON
Mr. and Mrs. Ed EGELSON of Logan township are the proud parents of a baby boy, born the first of last week.
Republican Citizen -- January 13, 1910

EGLESTON
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a ten pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. Ed EGLESTON, Monday, July 13th.
Atwood Patriot -- July 16, 1908

ELLIOTT
Dr. W.W. Newsome reports one of the finest big fifteen pound boys down at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.T. ELLIOTT that he has had the good fortune to meet for many a day. He was born Monday afternoon and the folks are reported as doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- January 19, 1900

EMERSON
Mr. and Mrs. Charles EMERSON are the proud parents of a ten pound boy. Mother and baby are getting along nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- October 21, 1904

EVANS
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a bright baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. EVANS of Driftwood township, born Wednesday of last week, May 19th, 1909.
Republican Citizen -- May 27, 1909

EVINS
A bright baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis EVINS, of Clinton township, last Monday.
Republican Citizen -- February 3, 1910

FALING
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. F.A. FALING, Wednesday, June 24th.
Atwood Patriot -- June 25, 1908

FARRY
The arrival of a new girl is reported at the home of Ed FARRY.
Atwood Patriot -- January 23, 1903

FARRY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. FARRY on May 5, a daughter.
Atwood Patriot -- May 9, 1907

FELKER
Dr. Hugg of Trenton, Nebraska, reports the arrival of a ten pound baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Felker, June 10.
Atwood Patriot -- June 22, 1906

FIKEN
We have been informed that a girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. John FIKEN of Driftwood township Thursday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- June 26, 1903

FISHER
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. W.S. FISHER, Tuesday morning, June 2nd.
Atwood Patriot -- June 4, 1908

FITZGERALD
Born Monday September 19, 1904, to Mr. and Mrs. P.M. FITZGERALD, a girl. Dr. Melugin being the attending physician.
Atwood Patriot -- September 23, 1904

FLEISCHACKER
Dr. Graves reports the birth of a ten pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. John FLEISCHACKER of Ludell, Friday, November 20.
Atwood Patriot -- November 26, 1908

FLEMING
Word reaches us that a seven pound girl came to gladden the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. FLEMING, at their home in Jefferson township, Monday January 1st.
Atwood Patriot -- January 12, 1900

FOCKE
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Herman FOCKE of Driftwood township last Friday, February 2.
Atwood Patriot -- February 9, 1906

FOCKE
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. John FOCKE, of Driftwood township last Tuesday morning, August 15th.
Atwood Patriot -- August 18, 1905

FOCKE
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a boy to John FOCKE and wife, Monday, January 13, 1908. John says there's another big vote for Bryan.
Atwood Patriot -- January 16, 1908

FOSSLER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob FOSSLER on May 12 a daughter.
Atwood Patriot -- May 16, 1907

FRANKLIN
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. George W. FRANKLIN of Beaver township, on March 10, 1905.
Atwood Patriot -- March 17, 1905

FRANKLIN
Dr. J.N. Melugin, of the Patriot's staff of baby reporters, informs us of the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. George W. Franklin Friday, May 25.
Atwood Patriot -- May 25, 1906

FRANKLIN
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. FRANKLIN, Sunday September 1.
Atwood Patriot -- August 29, 1907

FRANKLIN
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. FRANKLIN, Saturday, November 14th.
Atwood Patriot -- November 19, 1908

FRENCH
Mr. and Mrs. Burr FRENCH are the proud parents of a 10 pound girl baby born this morning.
Atwood Patriot -- March 23, 1906

FRICK
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Max FRICK of Driftwood township, Friday, January 3.
Atwood Patriot -- January 9, 1908

GAINES
We are reliably informed that a bright young Bryan democrat came to stay at the home of Taylor GAINES in Burntwood township Friday.
Atwood Patriot -- August 31, 1900

GERARD
From Dr. Melugin we learn that a ten pound girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gerard at their home in Logan township Saturday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- May 25, 1900

GEROLDS
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.E. GEROLDS, of Arbor township last Wednesday, October 12.
Atwood Patriot -- October 14, 1904

GESTRING
Dr. Johnson tells us a fine boy made his appearance at the home of Ray GESTRING and wife of Arbor township Friday. The parents are proud of the first addition to the family.
Republican Citizen -- September 22, 1910

GIBSON
Dr. E.D. York reports the arrival of a fine young boy out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira GIBSON, of Driftwood township Sunday. It's democratic of course.
Atwood Patriot -- May 24, 1901

GILBERT
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. E.E. GILBERT of Achilles township Sunday, April 28.
Atwood Patriot -- Arpil 25, 1907

GILES
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a 10 lb. baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy GILES, born last Tuesday, July 6th.
Republican Citizen -- July 8, 1909

GILES
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a 8 1/2 pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. GILES of the South Beaver Wednesday morning, March 18th.
Atwood Patriot -- March 19, 1908

GILLASPIE
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Altie GILLASPIE a son, on Saturday, April 21.
Atwood Patriot -- April 27, 1906

GILLASPIE
Mr. and Mrs. Charles GILLASPIE are the parents of a bright baby boy, born April 15th.
Republican Citizen -- April 14, 1910

GILMORE
A bouncing boy baby arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.M. GILMORE last Saturday morning. All parties concerned in the happy event are doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- May 30, 1902

GRAFEL
Dr. H.M. Thomson reports the birth of two big boys on last Sunday a week. One at John GRAFEL'S, the other at Hubert Barenberg's. All parties doing well, especially the little fellow's papas.
Atwood Patriot -- June 16, 1905

GRAHAM
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. GRAHAM on Wednesday of this week. The parents of the little gem are happy over the latest addition to their family.
Atwood Patriot -- March 2, 1906

GRAHAM
Dr. Graves reports the birth of a ten pound baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.N. GRAHAM of this city, Thursday morning, August 20th.
Atwood Patriot -- August 20, 1908

GRANLEE
Dr. Graves reports the birth of a ten pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. J.M. GRANLEE, Wednesday, November 25.
Atwood Patriot -- November 26, 1908

GRANLEE
Dr. Graves reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John GRANLEE, Tuesday, Nov. 8
Republican Citizen -- November 10, 1910

Velma, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. GRANLEE was buried Friday afternoon, the funeral being from the M.E. Church, the pastor Rev. Hicks officiating. Friends and neighbors deeply sympathize with the parents and friends in their loss.
Republican Citizen --November 24, 1910

GRAVES
Mr. and Mrs. L.G. GRAVES of this city are the proud parents of a baby girl whom Dr. Newsome insists tipped the scales at 16 pounds. The mother and daughter are doing fine and the doctor is distributing cigars among the boys.
Atwood Patriot -- September 27, 1901

GRAVES
Born to Dr. and Mrs. L.G. GRAVES Friday morning, December 4th, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- December 10, 1908

GREASON
A son and heir is reported to have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank GREASON Wednesday night.
Atwood Patriot -- November 2, 1900

GREASON
Word comes from Shawnee, Oklahoma, of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. F.D. GREASON on Wednesday, September 7.
Atwood Patriot -- September 16, 1904

GREASON
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. GREASON last Wednesday, who will, according to Dr. Melugin, the attending physician, be a much better looking man than his dad.
Atwood Patriot -- April 27, 1906

GREASON
Editor Frank GREASON is smiling around over a straight flush these days, the sixth male addition to his family having arrived Sunday night. Dr. Melugin says the sixth in continuous succession ought to bear the best name in the country and in line with his suggestion we offer the cognomen of Bryan Hodges.
Republican Citizen -- November 24, 1910

GREEN
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the arrival of a son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex GREEN in this city this morning.
Atwood Patriot -- July 6, 1906

GREEN
Dr. E.D. York reports the arrival of a son to Mr. and Mrs. W.H. GREEN of Union township, on Friday, November 9.
Atwood Patriot -- November 9, 1906

GREIGSON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. E.L. GREIGSON last Friday, twin girls. Dr. Lewis officiating. This is Dr. Lewis' first case of twins.
Republican Citizen -- February 10, 1910

GUTLING
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph GUTLING are the proud parents of a 9-pound boy born August 31.
Republican Citizen -- September 8, 1910

GUY
A son is reported to have been born to Mr. and Mrs. L.E. GUY of Grant township, Monday. Drs. Newsome and Melugin were the attending physicians.
Atwood Patriot -- January 4, 1910

GUY
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph GUY, Thursday morning, May 28.
Atwood Patriot -- May 28, 1908

HABERNAL
Mr. and Mrs. Charles HABERNAL are the proud parents of a baby boy, born last Thursday evening, Dr. H.H. Johnson in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- October 14, 1909

HACKNEY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed HACKNEY on Thursday night, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- November 2, 1906

HALTHUS
Born to Henry HALTHUS and wife, at Ludell, December 26, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- January 2, 1908

HAMPTON
Born to Rev. W.H. HAMPTON and wife, Tuesday morning, January 7, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- January 9, 1908

HANSEN
Mr. and Mrs. John HANSEN are the proud parents of a new baby girl.
Republican Citizen -- December 8, 1910

HARPER
Twin babies, a girl and a boy, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Garfield HARPER of this city last Monday, February 28th, Dr. J.N. Melugin in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- March 3, 1910

HAMILTON
Dr. York reports the birth of a girl baby of regulation weight to Mr. and Mrs. Harry HAMILTON last Saturday.
Atwood Patriot -- December 4, 1903

HAWLEY
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. E.F. HAWLEY of north of Blakeman, Monday, March 23rd.
Atwood Patriot -- March 26, 1908

HAYES
The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. HAYES last Friday night and left the prettiest baby boy to be found anywhere.
Atwood Patriot -- March 14, 1907

HAYS
Mr. and Mrs. Will HAYS are the proud parents of a 9 lb. girl born July 17th.
Republican Citizen -- August 4, 1910

HAYWARD
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the arrival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.H. HAYWARD, born last Thursday, September 23rd.
Republican Citizen -- September 30, 1909

HEADKE
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. All HEADKE on Tuesday, March 8th.
Republican Citizen -- March 17, 1910

HENDERSON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Henderson Wednesday June 13th a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- June 15, 1900

HENDERSON
A baby boy is reported to have arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark HENDERSON last week.
Atwood Patriot -- September 27, 1901

HENDERSON
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. C.L. HENDERSON of Logan township last Wednesday.
Atwood Patriot -- March 11, 1904

HENDERSON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Cress on March 26, a son, with Dr. Melugin in attendance. The doctor also reports the arrival of a pretty, bright-eyed baby at the home of C.L. HENDERSON on Tuesday last. All doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- March 21, 1907

HENDERSON
Born, last Saturday, November 29th, 1902, to Mr. and Mrs. O.V. HENDERSON, a bright healthy girl baby, which according to Dr. Newsome's scales weighed exactly 12 7/8 pounds. Papa Kid Henderson is recovering slowly.
Atwood Patriot -- December 5, 1902

HENDRICKS
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred HENDRICKS of Chillicothe, MO., former residents of this town, on February 14, St. Valentines Day.
Atwood Patriot -- February 22, 1901

HENRY
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the arrival of a 9-pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.M. HENRY at McDonald on March 4.
Atwood Patriot -- March 7, 1907

HERTZOG
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. John HERTZOG on Saturday, April 15.
Atwood Patriot -- April 21, 1905

HIGLEY
A bright healthy girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl HIGLEY of Mikesell township last Wednesday night. Drs. McIrvin and Newsome of this city were in attendance. The little lady is said by the doctors to have actually tipped the scales at 13 pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- August 9, 1901

HIGLEY
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a ten pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.E. HIGLEY last Saturday.
Atwood Patriot -- December 9, 1904

HIGLEY
Dr. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higley. The little stranger arrived last Monday.
Atwood Patriot -- May 11, 1906

HIGLEY
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Sam HIGLEY July 5th.
Atwood Patriot -- July 11, 1907

HILL
Mr. and Mrs. J.F. HILL are the proud parents of a boy which arrived at their home last Saturday, September 20th.
Atwood Patriot -- September 26, 1902

HILL
A fine baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will HILL, last Saturday, Dr. McIrvin in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- April 28, 1910

The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Will HILL of Mikesell township died last Sunday. Funeral service were conducted from teh home Monday, and interment was made in the Atwood cemetery.
Republican Citizen -- May 5, 1910

HILTABIDEL
Dr. Newsome reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude HILTABIDEL last Wednesday morning, July 23.
Atwood Patriot -- July 25, 1902

HILTABIDEL
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude HILTABIDEL of Herndon, Tuesday morning, December 24, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- December 19, 1907

HOLLINGSHEAD
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. HOLLINGSHEAD of Blakeman last Saturday, May 14th, Dr. Johnson in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- May 19, 1910

HOLMES
Dr. Graves reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert HOLMES, Wednesday morning, July 8th.
Atwood Patriot -- July 9, 1908

HOLSTE
Dr. H.H. Johnson reports the arrival of a pretty baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman HOLSTE of Ludell, born last Friday, January 7th.
Republican Citizen -- January 13, 1910

HOLTHUS
Mr. and Mrs. Fred HOLTHUS of Ludell township are reported to be the proud parents of a bouncing baby boy. He arrived Sunday and Dr. McIrvin who was in attendance reports all concerned to be doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- July 5, 1901

HOLTHUS
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred HOLTHUS, of Ludell last Wednesday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- April 17, 1903

HORINEK
Mr. and Mrs. Frank HORINEK are the proud parents of a baby, born recently.
Atwood Patriot -- November 26, 1908

HOWARD
Word was received in Atwood last week of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. C.F. HOWARD, at Lincoln, Nebraska, on Wednesday, July 18th.
Atwood Patriot -- July 20, 1906

HOWARD
A son and heir was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred HOWARD last Friday morning, June 16th. The Patriot extends congratulations to the proud papa and mama.
Atwood Patriot -- June 23, 1905

HUESTION
Born to Mr. and Mrs. HUESTON Friday night, a girl
Atwood Patriot -- November 2, 1906

HURST
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley HURST, Thursday morning, a daughter.
Atwood Patriot -- December 27, 1901

HUSON
A big healthy boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. HUSON last Saturday, a little too late to increase the republican majority.
Atwood Patriot -- November 14, 1902

HUSON
Mr. and Mrs. Burt HUSON of Burntwood township are receiving the congratulations of their many friends over the advent of a son and heir which was born unto them last week.
Atwood Patriot -- November 2, 1900

INGHAM
Two very nice young ladies have come to live with Mr. and Mrs. Howard INGHAM. Mother and babies are getting along nicely, but Howard -- well they say he is overjoyed because they are twins.
Atwood Patriot -- June 23, 1905

INNES
P.P. INNES is the proud papa of a bright baby boy which arrived last Thursday. Dr. McIrvin says Pack will recover.
Atwood Patriot -- July 28, 1905

INNES
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of an eight pound girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P.P. INNIS on April 17, and an eight pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Smith on April 18.
Atwood Patriot -- Arpil 18, 1907

IRWIN
Dr. McIrvin reports a nine-pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Young IRWIN.
Republican Citizen -- August 25, 1910

JACKSON
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.J. JACKSON, of Burntwood township, born last Sunday morning.
Republican Citizen -- October 14, 1909

JENNINGS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. G.C. JENNINGS on Friday evening, a boy. All concerned are doing well.
Republican Citizen -- January 14, 1909

JOHNSON
Asa JOHNSON and wife are the proud parents of a baby boy, born last week.
Republican Citizen -- February 18, 1909

JOHNSON
A fine girl baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank JOHNSON Saturday and we have Dr. Newsome's word for it that the weight was 15 pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- January 18, 1901

JOHNSON
A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. JOHNSON of Elk on the 21, Dr. Graves in attendence.
Republican Citizen -- July 28, 1910

JORDAN
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a boy of regulation size and weight to Mr. and Mrs. C.S. JORDAN of Mirage township, last Sunday, May 22.
Atwood Patriot -- May 27, 1904

JORDAN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.S. JORDAN of South Mirage township July 4th, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- July 11, 1907

JORDAN
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a nine pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart JORDAN of Mirage township, last Monday, October 16.
Atwood Patriot -- October 20, 1905

JORDAN
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart JORDAN of Mirage township, born last Thursday, May 19th, 1910.
Republican Citizen -- May 26, 1910

KANZELMYER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of an eight pound girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred KANZELMYER, of Logan township, born last Monday morning, September 27th.
Republican Citizen -- September 30, 1909

KAPRIVA
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. KAPRIVA, Wednesday morning, February 5, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- February 6, 1908

KASTENS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry KASTENS, a boy. Mother and baby are doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- August 21, 1903

KEEFER
A.L. KEEFER is the proud daddy of a pretty girl, born January 28.
Atwood Patriot -- February 7, 1907

KELLY
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy KELLY, born Wednesday morning, January 20th.
Republican Citizen -- January 21, 1909

KENDALL
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a nine pound boy to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. KENDALL Wednesday morning, August 21.
Atwood Patriot -- August 22, 1907

KESSELRING
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of an 8 pound boy to Mr. and Mrs. Peter KESSELRING Jr. of Ludell, Thursday September 19th.
Atwood Patriot -- September 19, 1907

KING
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. KING are the proud parents of a baby boy which arrived at their home on July 20, 1905. Dr. Melugin, the attending physician, says that George is mighty proud.
Atwood Patriot -- July 21, 1905

KOSKI
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a 12 1/2 pound boy at Mr. and Mrs. Steve KOSKI, of Arbor township on Tuesday, October 25, 1904.
Atwood Patriot -- October 28, 1904

KUHLMAN
Dr. W.C. MCIRVIN reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. N.J. KUHLMAN, of Ludell, last Sunday January 18th. The youngster weighs 10 pounds, is stout and hearty, and all concerned in the happy event are doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- January 23, 1903

KURTH
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles KURTH, at Atchison, Kansas, November 25th, a nine pound girl.
Atwood Patriot -- November 30, 1910

LAHR
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob LAHR, Friday, a boy. Dr. Johnson in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- November 18, 1909

LAMB
A seven pound girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lora LAMB last Friday.
Atwood Patriot -- June 3, 1904

LAMBACK
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. George LAMBACK, of Arbor township, Tuesday, September 29th.
Atwood Patriot -- October 1, 1908

LARIMER
Dr. W.C. ICIRVIN reports the arrival of a healthy baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will LARIMER, of Blakeman the 11th inst.
Atwood Patriot -- April 19, 1901

LARIMER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. LARIMER of Celia township, born last Wednesday morning, March 14th.
Republican Citizen -- March 17, 1910

LATIMER
Dr. E.D. York reports the arrival of a son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. LATIMER on Monday, October 23, 1905.
Atwood Patriot -- October 27, 1905

LEE
A handsome hearty nine pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar R. LEE last Wednesday morning, December 26. Grandpa and grandma Lee are mighty proud of the youngster that has come to bless the home of Oscar and wife.
Atwood Patriot -- December 14, 1906

LEITNER
Mr. and Mrs. L. LEITNER Jr. are the happy parents of a baby boy, whick arrived at their home last week.
Republican Citizen -- March 25, 1909

LEITNER
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Monte LEITNER, Sunday, January 26th.
Atwood Patriot -- January 30, 1908

LEUI
Dr. Newsome reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John LEUI, on Tuesday, December 2nd, 1902. The little stranger, according to the doctor, weighed at least 12 pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- December 5, 1902

LINTNER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Donie LINTNER, of Beaver township, last Saturday.
Atwood Patriot -- August 18, 1905

LINTNER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a bright healthy girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dona LINTNER, of Beaver township last Sunday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- November 23, 1906

LISTER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Sam LISTER last Sunday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- March 9, 1906

LISTER
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Sam LISTER of north Atwood township, Sunday, March 22nd.
Atwood Patriot -- March 26, 1908

LONG
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. W.T. LONG, of Achilles township a few weeks ago. The little lady is a grand daughter of Uncle Peter Hill.
Atwood Patriot -- October 18, 1901

LONG
Dr. York reports the arrival of a son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.T. LONG of Achilles, on March 17th. Uncle Peter Hill, the grandfather of the new youngster, is almost as happy as if the new arrival was a democrat.
Atwood Patriot -- March 27, 1903

LOUGH
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles LOUGH last week of the regulation size and weight. Here's hoping he will live to be as good a man as his father.
Atwood Patriot -- April 13, 1900

LOUGH
A son and heir arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. LOUGH, last Friday, of the regulation size and weight.
Atwood Patriot -- March 28, 1902

LOUGH
A twelve pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles LOUGH last Friday morning. All concerned are doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- February 5, 1904

LYNCH
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A.F. LYNCH of North Driftwood last week, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- April 6, 1906

MADSEN
A new boy is reported out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew MADSEN of Mirage township last week. Our informant who is a reliable west side farmer says this makes eight healthy boys at the Madsen home.
Atwood Patriot -- May 10, 1901

MADSEN
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. A. MADSEN, Friday morning, June 5th.
Atwood Patriot -- June 11, 1908

MAHONEY
Sheriff MAHONEY who lives up in Elk township returned to the city Wednesday after an absence of several days wearing an unusually pleasant smile. It's a girl of the regular weight and size and Matt will continue to employ his present deputy.
Atwood Patriot -- March 9, 1900

MAHONEY
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Matt MAHONEY last Saturday.
Atwood Patriot -- November 25, 1904

MAGNER
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey MAGNER are the proud parents of an eight pound girl. Just notice the smile Harve wears.
Atwood Patriot -- September 9, 1904

MAKINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Frank MAKINGS are the proud parents of a baby girl born one day last week.
Atwood Patriot -- December 10, 1908

MARIETTA
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. MARIETTA of Clinton township on August 29.
Atwood Patriot -- August 31, 1906

MARIETTA
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Omer MARIETTA October 3, a girl. All getting along nicely except Omer, who is quite poorly.
Atwood Patriot -- September 12, 1906

MATHER
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence MATHER Monday of this week.
Atwood Patriot -- August 5, 1904

MATHER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clad MATHER, of Herndon, Sunday, June 28th, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- July 2, 1908

MATHER
D.C. MATHER wears the happiest kind of smile since the arrival at his home, last Monday night, of a baby girl.
Atwood Patriot -- January 17, 1902

MATHER
Old Dad MATHER is stepping as high as a blind horse this morning. It's a girl. Born this morning.
Atwood Patriot -- July 28, 1905

MATHER
The stork left a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse MATHER last Monday morning. Dr. L.G. Graves in attendance. Both Jesse and Uncle Ike now wear the smile that won't come off.
Republican Citizen -- January 7, 1909

MATHEWSON
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Will MATHEWSON the 25th.
Atwood Patriot -- March 8, 1901

The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Mathewson died last Monday, April 1st. The parents in their sad bereavement have the sincere sympathy of the entire community. -- April 5, 1901

MCCASLIN
A baby boy arrived to brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. MCCASLIN, last Saturday April 3rd, 1909.
Republican Citizen -- April 8, 1909

MCCORMICK
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. C.W. MCCORMICK on Saturday, September 24th.
Atwood Patriot -- September 30, 1904

MCCORMICK
Dr. Graves reports the birth of twin boys to Professor and Mrs. C.W. MCCORMICK, Wednesday morning, December 9th, 1908.
Atwood Patriot -- December 10, 1908

MCDONALD
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.F. MCDONALD on Friday, February 22, 1901. John has already named the youngster George Washington. We hope he will live to be as good a man as the original George W.
Atwood Patriot -- March 8, 1901

MCDOUGAL
A ten pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. A.L. MCDOUGAL last Wednesday.
Atwood Patriot -- November 3, 1905

MCDOUGAL
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a daughter of the regulation size and weight to Mr. and Mrs. Archie L. MCDOUGAL last Monday, June 13.
Atwood Patriot -- June 17, 1904

MCDOUGAL
A girl is reported to have been born to Mr. and Mrs. George MCDOUGAL of Mikesell township yesterday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- February 1, 1901

MCDOUGAL
Mr. and Mrs. Mez MCDOUGAL of Logan township, are the proud parents of a baby boy, born last Tuesday morning, September 14th, '09. Dr. McIrvin in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- September 16, 1909

MCDOUGAL
County Superintendent MCDOUGAL and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of an eleven pound girl, Dr. Johnson in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- November 3, 1910

MCIRVIN
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. H.C. MCIRVIN last Wednesday evening, January 20.
Atwood Patriot -- January 22, 1904

MCIRVIN
A bouncing baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.C. MCIRVIN last Saturday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- June 27, 1902

MCIRVIN
A bright baby girl arrived at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W.C. McIRVIN, Saturday, February 7th.
Atwood Patriot -- February 13, 1903

MCIRVIN
A baby boy arrived to brighten the home of Dr. and Mrs. W.C. MCIRVIN, born last Tuesday morning.
Republican Citizen -- March 3, 1910

MCIRVIN
A daughter was born to Dr. and Mrs. W.C. MCIRVIN last Sunday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- July 6, 1906
MCKEE
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. D.H. MCKEE, of Logan township last Wednesday.
Atwood Patriot -- April 22, 1904

MCKEE
Dr. Mills reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Dan MCKEE, of Mikesell township, August 5th.
Atwood Patriot -- August 13, 1908

MCKEE
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nickols of Laing, on Sunday and to Mr. and Mrs. Dave MCKEE on Monday.
Atwood Patriot -- April 6, 1906

MEDLEY
Rev. and Mrs. MEDLEY are the proud parents of a baby boy, born last Monday, October 4th.
Republican Citizen -- October 7, 1909

MELUGIN
Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Melugin are rejoicing over the event of a bright baby girl at their home. It was born the 2th inst. and is reported as doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- January 26, 1900

METTLER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. W.O. METTLER on Wednesday, July 5th.
Atwood Patriot -- July 7, 1905

METTLER
Mr. and Mrs. W.O. METTLER are the parents of a handsome bright eyed boy born on Monday.
Atwood Patriot -- September 7, 1906

MICEK
Mr. and Mrs. Anton MICEK are the happy parents of a new girl baby.
Atwood Patriot -- December 27, 1901

MIKESELL
We learned too late for publication last week that a boy of the regulation weight recently arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.A. MIKESELL, of Achilles township.
Atwood Patriot -- July 12, 1901

MILLIGAN
The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. David MILLIGAN on January 29 and left a bouncing baby boy.
Atwood Patriot -- January 31, 1907

MINER
A baby boy arrived last Tuesday morning, May 18th, to brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles MINER of this city.
Republican Citizen -- May 20, 1909

MINER
The news has reached us of the birth of a hearty ten pound boy to Mr. and Mrs. H.C. MINER, of Pleasant, Kansas. The happy event occurred November 27 and the Observer says that Homer is about the proudest man in Kansas.
Atwood Patriot -- December 15, 1905

MINER
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Will MINER last Friday.
Atwood Patriot -- June 1, 1906

MINNEY
Word was received in Atwood the first of this week of the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank MINNEY of Lincoln, Nebraska, born August 27th. Mrs. Minney is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamback of Arbor township.
Republican Citizen -- September 3, 1909

MINNEY
Dr. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Webb MINNEY of two miles south of Chardon, Sunday evening.
Atwood Patriot -- June 20, 1907

MOORE
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the arrival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence MOORE, of Mikesell township, born last Saturday evening.
Republican Citizen -- September 9, 1909

MORGAN
A bright healthy pair of twins is reported to have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee MORGAN of Arbor township Sunday.
Atwood Patriot -- July 5, 1901

MORGAN
Born: To Mr. and Mrs. J.R. MORGAN of Clinton township, on Friday evening of last week, a girl. The item is reported by Dr. Melugin, the attending physician.
Atwood Patriot -- October 5, 1906

MORRIS
Mr. and Mrs. Ray MORRIS are the proud parents of a fine baby girl, born Tuesday, December 4th.
Atwood Patriot -- December 14, 1906

MORRIS
A ten pound girl is reported to have arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman MORRIS of this city Wednesday night.
Atwood Patriot -- January 31, 1902

MORRISON
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MORRISON of Mirage township, are the proud and happy parents of a pretty bright-eyed baby, born Wednesday, January 16.
Atwood Patriot -- January 17, 1907

MOSIER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MOSIER this morning.
Atwood Patriot -- January 5, 1906

MOSIER
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MOSIER last Monday.
Atwood Patriot -- November 30, 1906

MOSIER
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. MOSIER of North Atwood, born last Tuesday, July 20th.
Republican Citizen -- July 22, 1909

MOYER
Dr. York rerports the arrival of girl baby, rugulation size and weight, at the home of Hayes MOYER, of Ludell.
Atwood Patriot -- June 29, 1900

MULLEN
Mr. and Mrs. Art MULLEN of this city are the proud parents of a baby boy, born last Thursday, February 24th. Dr. W.C. McIrvin in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- March 3, 1910

MULLEN
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a nine pound son to Mr. and Mrs. Art Mullen, Wednesday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- April 2, 1909

MURPHY
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John A. MURPHY on February 18, a hearty 12 pound boy. All concerned are doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- March 10, 1905

MYERS
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville MYERS of Mikesill township, born last Thursday, February 18th.
Republican Citizen -- February 25, 1909

NEILL
During the migration of the birds north, a stork stopped at the home of George NEILL and left a 12 pound baby girl. Congratulations, cigars, etc., are in order. Mother and child are doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- March 24, 1905

NELSON
Born to Frans NELSON and wife, Thursday, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- February 1, 1901

NEVILLE
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of an eight pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. Claude NEVILLE of Driftwood township last Thursday.
Atwood Patriot -- July 21, 1905

NEVILLE
Mr. and Mrs. Claude NEVILLE, of Driftwood township, are the proud parents of a baby boy, born last Monday morning, September 27th.
Republican Citizen -- September 30, 1909

NEWPORT
Mr. and Mrs. George NEWPORT are the proud parents of a baby boy, born March 28th.
Republican Citizen -- April 7, 1910

NEWPORT
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim NEWPORT near Cornell last Thursday, a ten pound boy.
Atwood Patriot -- March 23, 1906

NICKOLS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A.B. NICKOLS Friday morning, May 17, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- May 16, 1907

NICKOLS
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo NICKOLS, born Wednesday, May 12th, 1909.
Republican Citizen -- May 20, 1909

NICKOLS
A big handsome baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.T. NICKOLS last Saturday morning. All concerned in the happy event are doing well including papa Tom.
Atwood Patriot -- January 8, 1904

NICKOLAS
Dr. Graves reports the birth of an 11 pound boy to Mr. and Mrs. Perry NICKOLAS, Sunday August 2nd.
Atwood Patriot -- August 6, 1908

NICKOLS
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Tom NICKOLS of Laing, on Sunday and to Mr. and Mrs. Dave McKee on Monday.
Atwood Patriot -- April 6, 1906

NICKOLS
Twin girls were born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom NICKOLS of Laing township last Friday morning, March 18th. One of the babies died that afternoon.
Republican Citizen -- March 24, 1910

NIESWANGER
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar NIESWANGER, of Colby, are the proud parents of a baby boy, born last Monday, October 4th.
Republican Citizen -- October 7, 1909

NILES
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. N.J. NILES of Clinton township on Thursday July 30.
Atwood Patriot -- August 7, 1903

NOBLE
The populist party doer continue to grow in spite of the reports of the republicans to the contrary. The latest addition is a bright bouncing boy born to Mr. and Mrs. J.P. NOBLE, Friday, March 30th. May he live long and prosper is the wish of the Patriot.
Atwood Patriot -- April 6, 1900

NOBLE
A bright baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.P. NOBLE of this city Sunday, December 18th.
Atwood Patriot -- December 23, 1904

OBERT
A son and heir was born to Mr. and Mrs. H.H. OBERT on Monday last. Dr. Melugin reports that both mother and child are doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- September 2, 1904

ORR
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the arrival of a Martha Washington baby at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John ORR in this city. The little girl arrived on February 22nd.
Republican Citizen -- March 3, 1910

O'TOOLE
In some unaccountable manner our baby reporter failed to catch on to the arrival of a 12 pound boy out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James O'TOOLE, Wednesday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- August 30, 1901

OTTO
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. B.J. OTTO of north Ludell township, Friday, July 3rd.
Atwood Patriot --July 9, 1908

PACKARD
Dr. Newsome was called out to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde PACKARD Tuesday evening. He reports the arrival to be a 13 1/2 pound girl.
Atwood Patriot -- July 11, 1902

PACKARD
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde PACKARD on Friday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- December 15, 1905

PACKARD
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde PACKARD, Sunday, May 31st, a boy. Dr. Melugin in attendance.
Atwood Patriot -- June 4, 1908

PACKARD
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde PACKARD, born last Sunday.
Republican Citizen -- August 26, 1909

PACKARD
Dr. J.N. Melugin , of the Patriot's staff of baby reporters, announes the arrival of a girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas PACKARD last Monday. Grandpa Bearley was so rejoiced over the event that he came to town Monday and set up cigars to the boys.
Atwood Patriot -- November 23, 1906

PAINTER
Mr. and Mrs. C.O. PAINTER are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Sunday, October 3rd.
Republican Citizen -- October 7, 1909

PALMER
Mr. and Mrs. R.H. PALMER are the proud parents of a 9 lb. baby girl born Saturday, July 2nd. Mother and babe doing nicely. Dr. Hugg of Trenton, Nebraska in attendance. Everyone at the Palmer home are smiling over the happy event including the happy dad.
Republican Citizen -- July 21, 1910

PARKER
Born to J.E. PARKER and wife Wednesday night, a girl. All getting along well.
Atwood Patriot -- December 9, 1904

PARSONS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. P.J. PARSONS, of Ludell, on June 22, a girl baby. Everybody doing well including papa Parsons. Dr. E.D. York officiated.
Atwood Patriot -- June 27, 1902

PAULSON
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard PAULSON are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy, reports Dr. Johnson.
Republican Citizen -- October 20, 1910

PAYNE
A baby boy was born Tuesday of last week to Mr. and Mrs. Charles PAYNE, who are visiting with the former's mother at Eureka, Kansas.
Republican Citizen -- February 18, 1909

PAYNE
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the arrival of a bright baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles PAYNE of this city, born last Saturday, December 31st, 1910. The little girl has been christened Emily in honor of Mr. Payne's sister.
Republican Citizen -- January 5, 1911

PENTICO
Dr. Melugin reports a fine girl out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. PENTICO.
Atwood Patriot -- April 20, 1900

PENTICO
Dr. J.N. Nelugin reports the arrival of a daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. PENTICO last Saturday.
Atwood Patriot -- December 12, 1902

PETERSON
Mr. and Mrs. John PETERSON, of east Driftwood, are rejoicing over a pair of twins.
Atwood Patriot -- January 31, 1907

PHELPS
Dr. Newsome reports the birth of a ten pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. Jay PHELPS, of Celia township last Sunday.
Atwood Patriot -- December 1903

PIERSON
The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grover PIERSON Saturday August 9th. Mother and son are doing well and Grandpa Pierson is recovering rapidly. Congratulations are extended to this worthy young couple on the happy event.
Atwood Patriot -- August 15, 1902

PIERSON
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Grover PIERSON last Saturday, August 5th.
Atwood Patriot -- August 11, 1905

PIERSON
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a boy to Rueben Pierson and wife, Monday, January 13.
Atwood Patriot -- January 16, 1908

PILNACEK
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert PILNACEK on Monday morning a 9-pound daughter.
Atwood Patriot -- April 5, 1907

PILNACEK
Dr. Graves reports the arrival of a 10 lb. boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert PILNACEK, born last Tuesday evening.
Republican Citizen --January 14, 1909

PILNACEK
On Saturday morning last, there was born to Mr. and Mrs. PILNACEK of this city, a boy, Dr. Graves in attendance. Mother and child doing finely, and the accomodating meat cutter singing cheerfully.
Republican Citizen -- June 23, 1910

POCHOP
Dr. Johnson reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph POCHOP, born last Saturday, April 9th.
Republican Citizen -- April 14, 1910

PORTER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred PORTER, of Beardsley, a 12 pound boy, born Tuesday, October 26th, Dr. Johnson in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- October 28, 1909

POWELL
Mr. and Mrs. Will POWELL of this city are the proud parents of a baby boy, born last Monday, April 14th. Dr. Johnson in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- April 7, 1910

PRADLING
Born to Mr. and Mrs. E.E. PRADLING on Wednesday morning, January 16, a nine pound daughter, with Dr. McIrvin in attendance.
Atwood Patriot -- January 10, 1907

PREDER
Mr. and Mrs. John PREDER are the proud parents of an eight pound boy that made its appearance at their home Wednesday morning July 29th.
Atwood Patriot -- July 31, 1903

PRICE
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Clint PRICE, Tuesday, June 23rd.
Atwood Patriot -- June 25, 1908

PRICE
A fifteen pound girl is reported out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. PRICE of Logan township.
Atwood Patriot -- June 1, 1900

PROCHAZKA
Dr. Johnson reports to us a new addition to the family of Treasurer Frank PROCHAZKA, in the person of a girl baby.
Republican Citizen -- October 20, 1910

PROCHAZKA
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John PROCHAZKA, on November 17th, a girl.
Republican Citizen -- November 25, 1909

PRYOR
Mrs. Charles Lough reports the arrival of a bouncing big boy out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion PRYOR Sunday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- August 16, 1901

PURVIS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F.O. PURVIS on September 5, a son.
Atwood Patriot -- September 14, 1906

RAMEY
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the arrival of a boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison RAMEY, of Mikesell township last Sunday.
Atwood Patriot -- November 28, 1902

RAMEY
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James RAMEY of Grant township, Thursday, January 21st, 1909.
Republican Citizen -- January 28, 1909

RATHBURN
Mr. and Mrs. Ed RATHBURN are the proud parents of a big, fat baby boy, last Tuesday.
Republican Citizen -- February 25, 1909

RAYMOND
Mr. and Mrs. Charles RAYMOND are the happy parents of a twelve pound girl which arrived at their home last Wednesday. Baby and mother are doing well and Charles is about tickled to death over the happy event.
Atwood Patriot -- January 26, 1906

REED
A ten pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. F.W. REED, last Friday night.
Republican Citizen -- November 11, 1909

REEVES
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a nine pound boy to Mr. and Mrs. N.J. REEVES on Thursday, September 29.
Atwood Patriot -- September 30, 1904

REEVES
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of twin boys to Mr. and Mrs. Netto REEVES, Monday, August 10th.
Atwood Patriot -- August 13, 1908

REEVES
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the arrival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Netto REEVES of south Atwood, born last Thursday March the 10th.
Republican Citizen -- March 17, 1910

REEVES
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports to this office the arrival of a girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.R. REEVES, of Arbor township, December 18th.
Atwood Patriot -- December 26, 1902

REHTUS
A pair of bright healthy twins is reported to have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry REHTUS at their Clinton township home last Friday night. One of the little fellows was born a few minutes to twelve and the other a few minutes after which will make their birthdays fall upon Friday and Saturday. This rate for a couple of days is not so bad, but if kept up for a week or two would be more than interesting.
Atwood Patriot -- July 2, 1900

REHTUS
A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.Y. REHTUS Sunday September 18. Dr. Graves in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- September 22, 1910

RENEAU
From the Colby Tribune we learn of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. C.S. RENEAU on Tuesday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- August 28, 1903

RENEAU
Mr. and Mrs. Harry RENEAU are the parents of a baby boy, born Wednesday, February 2nd, 1910.
Republican Citizen -- February 10, 1910

RICHARDS
Dr. E.D. York reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur RICHARDS, of Celia township on Thursday morning of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- September 8, 1905

RICHARDS
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a big baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur RICHARDS of Celia township, born last Sunday morning.
Republican Citizen -- March 3, 1910

RICHARDS
Born, Friday morning, April 10th, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur RICHARDS, of Atwood, a son. Dr. York, the attending physician informs us that this was the 1184th case of this kind that he has attended since he first began practicing, about 40 years ago.
Atwood Patriot -- April 16, 1908

RICHMAN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W.I. RICHMAN, a nine pound girl Wednesday, June 22.
Atwood Patriot -- June 24, 1904

RICHMAN
Last Wednesday morning, May 6th, there came to Mr. and Mrs. W.I. RICHMAN a fine baby girl.
Atwood Patriot -- May 14, 1908

RICHTER
Drs. Melugin and McIrvin were in attendance at the birth of a boy baby at the home of Henry RICHTER'S near Ludell Saturday.
Republican Citizen -- September 22, 1910

ROBBINS
Man ROBBINS wears a broad smile, the occasion being the arrival of a little daughter.
Atwood Patriot -- August 4, 1905

ROBERTSON
A bright baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ROBERTSON yesterday morning, April 30, 1930. The proud papa has had a box of cigars on tap and the editor smoked to the future health and happiness of the little miss.
Atwood Patriot -- May 1, 1903

ROBRECHT
A baby boy has arrived at Mr. Fred ROBRECHT'S.
Atwood Patriot -- November 10, 1905

RODENBECK
A bright baby girl was born to Chas. RODENBECK and wife Thursday morning, January 31. All concerned doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- February 7, 1907

ROMINGER
Charles Storm was down from Burntwood Wednesday and made a brief visit at this office. He informs us that a ten pound girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.F. ROMINGER of Burntwood last Tuesday, June 2.
Atwood Patriot -- June 5, 1903

RONNER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. J.Z. RONNER, of Arbor township on Friday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- September 21, 1906

ROUNER
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the arrival of a bright baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe ROUNER of Arbor township, born last Monday evening, August 2nd.
Republican Citizen -- August 5, 1909

RUBY
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a ten pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. John RUBY at Ludell Monday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- July 18, 1907

RUDA
John RUDA Jr. and wife are rejoicing over their new born baby.
Atwood Patriot -- March 9, 1900

RHUAAK
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. B.H. RHUAAK of north Ludell, Saturday, March 21st.
Atwood Patriot -- March 26, 1908

RUMMEL
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.O. RUMMEL, Wednesday, March 11, 1903.
Atwood Patriot -- March 13, 1903

RUZICKA
Twins were born to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. RUZICKA, of Driftwood township last week.
Atwood Patriot -- November 30, 1900

RYAN
Mr. and Mrs. T.P. RYAN are rejoicing over the arrival on Monday evenings train of a young lady who has decided to permanently reside at the cream station. Se weighs exactly eight pounds and is as bright as a dollar. Congratulations.
Atwood Patriot -- June 9, 1905

SATTLER
Dr. E.D. York reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph SATTLER, of Ludell, last Tuesday.
Atwood Patriot -- August 4, 1905

SAWER
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. SAWER, of Driftwood township, are the proud and happy parents of a girl baby which arrived at their home on Tuesday, December 16. According to Dr. Newsome's scales the little one weighed 12 5/8 pounds, and is strong and hearty.
Atwood Patriot -- December 19, 1902

SAWER
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. B.M. SAWER, of Driftwood township on Saturday, February 18.
Atwood Patriot -- February 24, 1905

SCARROW
Dr. J.N. Melugin was called to the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.C. SCARROW of Beaver township, Wednesday of last week. He reports the arrival of a bright healthy girl at their home Thursday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- May 23, 1902

SCHMAHL
A bright little baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. John SCHMAHL on Friday last week. All parties are doing well and the Schmahls are rejoicing over the arrival of the little guest.--Rexford News.
Republican Citizen -- January 20, 1910

SCHMID
Paul Haller answers readily to the name of grandpa since the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Martin SCHMID last Thursday. Martin is the happiest man in town.
Atwood Patriot -- August 12, 1904

SCHMID
From Ludell comes the word that a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Martin SCHMID, of Ludell on Wednesday of last week. Martin, of course, is tickled to death.
Atwood Patriot -- March 2, 1906

SCHWAB
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. F.L. SCHWAB last Monday June 6.
Atwood Patriot -- June 10, 1904

SCOTT
Dr. Newsome reports a bright healthy girl out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clint SCOTT. It was born Friday morning and is doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- May 25, 1900

SCOTT
The arrival of a healthy twelve pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.D. SCOTT on September 3rd is reported by Dr. W.W. Newsome.
Atwood Patriot -- September 5, 1902

SCOTT
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. C.E. SCOTT, Wednesday morning, February 5.
Atwood Patriot -- February 6, 1908

SHAFFER
A pair of hansdome twins, a boy and a girl were born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen SHAFFER at their home in this city last Tuesday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- May 6, 1904

The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan SHAFFER died last Wednesday, June 22. The funeral occurred yesterday from the home, and the remains were laid to rest in the Atwood cemetery. The little girl is also very seriously ill at this time.
Atwood Patriot --June 24 1902

The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen SHAFFER whose serious illness was reported in these columns last week, died last Tuesday. The funeral took place Wednesday.
Atwood Patriot -- July 1, 1902

SHAFFER
Fr. Johnson reports the arrival of a fine boy at the home of Babe SHAFFER.
Republican Citizen -- October 16, 1910

SHAFFER
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. G.D. SHAFFER, of Chicago, last Saturday morning, August 28th. Mrs. Shaffer is a sister of Mrs. L.G. Graves and has been in Atwood the past few weeks under the care of Dr. Graves.
Republican Citizen -- September 2, 1909

SHAFFER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. George SHAFFER, of Driftwood township last Wendesday.
Atwood Patriot -- September 7, 1906

SHAFFER
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.L. SHAFFER Sunday evening July 12, 1903.
Atwood Patriot -- July 17, 1903

SHAFFER
Mr. and Mrs. Roy SHAFFER are the parents of a baby boy, born last Monday, October 18th, Dr. L.G. Graves in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- October 21, 1909

SHANK
Dr. E.D. York reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Henry SHANK of Union township Thursday.
Atwood Patriot -- September 21, 1906

SHANK
Henry SHANK of Beaver township was in Atwood Tuesday wearing a broader smile than usual and we learned that a 10 lb. girl arrived at his home Monday evening.
Republican Citizen -- January 21, 1909

SILL
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. F.D. SILL, of Driftwood township last Saturday evening.
Atwood Patriot -- October 10, 1902

SHIRLEY
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a ten pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus SHIRLEY last Monday evening.
Atwood Patriot -- May 4, 1906

SHIRLEY
Dr. E.D. York reports Mr. and Mrs. William SHIRLEY Jr. to be two of the happiest people on the north divide. It is all caused by the arrival of a girl of regulation size and weight which arrived at the their home Sunday.
Atwood Patriot -- August 9, 1901

SHIRLEY
Mr. and Mrs. W.J. SHIRLEY of Beaver township are the proud parents of a boy which arrived at their home on Thursday of last week. According to Dr. York the attending physician, the youngster weighted eight pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- June 5, 1903

SHIRLEY
A handsome girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. W.J. SHIRLEY, who live just over the line in Nebraska last Wednesday. morning.
Atwood Patriot -- October 5, 1906

SHORT
We were informed that a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Phares SHORT last Wednesday.
Atwood Patriot -- November 20, 1903

SHULL
Dr. J.N. MELUGIN reports the arrival of a bright healthy young democrat at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. SHULL of Grant township Tuesday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- July 26, 1901

SHULL
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett SHULL, a tiny daughter. Everett is just able to navigate.
Atwood Patriot -- January 5, 1900

SIMMINGER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. SIMMINGER. The event occurred last Tuesday, March 7. Remembering Jake's fondness for the girls in his bachelor days, we can imagine how fond he is of this particular one.
Atwood Patriot -- March 10, 1905

SIMMINGER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.H. SIMMINGER of Logan township, Friday May 24, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- May 30, 1907

SMITH
Gr. Graves reports the birth of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. E.W. SMITH Thursday August 18th.
Republican Citizen -- August 25, 1910

SMITH
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of an eight pound girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P.P. Innis on April 17, and an eight pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hardin SMITH on April 18.
Atwood Patriot -- Arpil 18, 1907

SMUTZ
Dr. Johnson reports the birth of an 8 pound girl Friday night to Mr. and Mrs. William SMUTZ, of Bird City.
Republican Citizen -- December 8, 1910

SNODERLY
Mr. and Mrs. SNODERLY are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Nov. 17.
Republican Citizen -- November 24, 1910

SOLKO
Frank SOLKO was stepping around town Monday felling proud. The cause of elation was the arrival of a boy at his home early Monday morning. We hope he will grow to be as good looking as his dad.
Atwood Patriot -- September 2, 1904

SPANGLER
Dr. Mulugin reports a ten pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. SPANGLER, born Saturday morning.
Republican Citizen -- August 25, 1910

SPARKS
Born to C.O. SPARKS and wife at Los Angelus, Calif., Sunday, January 12, a girl.
Atwood Patriot -- January 16, 1908

SPENCE
Dr. Melugin informs us that a boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Spence this morning.
Atwood Patriot -- July 28, 1905

SRAMEK
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. James L. SRAMEK of this city, last Sunday.
Atwood Patriot -- December 15, 1905

SRAMEK
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. SRAMEK, Saturday, June 13, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- June 18, 1908

SRAMEK
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe SRAMEK of Burntwood township, born last Sunday morning, March 20th.
Republican Citizen -- March 24, 1910

SRAMEK
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the arrival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. SRAMEK, Thursday, December 16, 1909. All concerned doing well.
Republican Citizen -- December 16, 1909

STIRES
Mr. and Mrs. Howard STIRES are the proud parents of a ten pound boy, born Monday, July 22.
Atwood Patriot -- July 25, 1907

STOLTE
Dr. Mills reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. STOLTE, of north of Ludell, Friday, June 19th.
Atwood Patriot -- June 25, 1908

STUDER
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a ten pound boy to Mr. and Mrs. Frank STUDER, Wednesday, June 19th.
Atwood Patriot -- June 20, 1907

STUDER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a handsome baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. John W. STUDER last Monday.
Atwood Patriot -- June 15, 1906

STUDER
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. John STUDER, Monday, April 20th.
Atwood Patriot -- April 23, 1908

STURGEON
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a big, healthy boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.M. STURGEON, of Arbor township. The yound man arrived in time to assist with the big harvest out that way.
Atwood Patriot -- July 14, 1905

STURGEON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry STURGEON on Thursday, January 24, a bright eyed baby girl.
Atwood Patriot -- January 24, 1907

STURGEON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry STURGEON of the South Beaver, Saturday, May 2nd, a girl. Dr. McIrvin in attendance.
Atwood Patriot -- May 7, 1908

SWARTWOOD
Mr. and Mrs. Jake SWARTWOOD are the proud parents of a baby girl.
Atwood Patriot -- December 1, 1905

SWARTWOOD
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln SWARTWOOD of Clinton township on Monday February 22.
Atwood Patriot -- February 26, 1904

SWARTWOOD
Link SWARTWOOD'S have a bright baby girl, born Sunday, June 3.
Atwood Patriot -- June 8, 1906

SYDOW
Mr. and Mrs. Rob SYDOW are the proud parents of a baby girl, born last week.
Republican Citizen -- April 21, 1910

TALBOTT
A big baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George TALBOTT last Sunday, July 25th.
Republican Citizen -- July 29, 1909

TALMON
We noticed Albert TALMON wearing a broad smile of late, but were not able to understand the reason until Dr. Walthale reported it was a 7 pound girl. All concerned doing well except Albert, who is not able to resume his work in the field yet.
Atwood Patriot -- June 11, 1908

TAYLOR
Born to Mr. and Mrs. T.J. TAYLOR, Friday, June 19th, a boy. Dr. Melugin in attendace.
Atwood Patriot -- June 25, 1908

TEERS
Dr. Newsome reports the arrival of a girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. TEERS, north of Atwood, on Thursday, August 14.
Atwood Patriot -- August 22, 1902

TEERS
Borned, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. TEERS, on Sunday, October 9, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- October 14, 1904

TERREL
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. D.N. TERREL, Friday, November 6th.
Atwood Patriot -- November 12, 1908

TERRELL
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the birth of a nine pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. R.N. TERRELL of northeast of Atwood, Sunday morning, October 16.
Republican Citizen -- October 20, 1910

THERINGER
Dr. Johnson reports the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Matt. THERINGER north of Blakeman, Tuesday, Nov. 1.
Republican Citizen -- November 3, 1910

THOMAS
In a round-a-bout way we learn of the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. A.A. THOMAS, at Fredonia, Kansas on May 26.
Atwood Patriot -- June 9, 1905

THOMAS
Mr. and Mrs. G.J. THOMAS of the Star Store are fornunate in securing the services of a bright new lady clerk. She arrived Monday evening and Dr. Melugin says that she seems perfectly satisfied with her surroundings.
Atwood Patriot -- Janury 26, 1900

THOMAS
Mr. and Mrs. Jim THOMAS are the proud parents of a baby girl, born last Tuesday.
Republican Citizen -- February 4, 1909

THOMAS
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. U.C. THOMAS, Tuesday, June 30th.
Atwood Patriot -- July 2, 1908

THOMAS
Mr. and Mrs. W.E. THOMAS of Beaver township, are the proud parents of a 9 pound baby boy, born last Thursday morning, October 7th. Dr. English in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- October 14, 1909

THOMPSON
A girl baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. W.E. THOMPSON in this city on January 11. Dr. York reports all concerned in the happy event doing nicely.
Atwood Patriot -- January 19, 1906

TINGLEY
Dr. E.D. York reports a girl, regulation weight at the home of Halley TINGLEY, of Celia township.
Atwood Patriot -- November 30, 1900

TINGLEY
A baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Halley TINGLEY last Monday morning.
Republican Citizen -- January 27, 1910

TILLITT
George TILLITT has taken in a partner in the horsee business in which he is successfully engaged. The stranger arrived at 3 o'clock A.M. on Friday, December 11th, and according to Dr. Newsome's scales weighed fourteen pounds.
Atwood Patriot -- December 18, 1903

TOBIAS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. B.M. TOBIAS, a boy, of usual weight. Tobias is a happy man.
Atwood Patriot -- August 21, 1903

TROTTER
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Perry TROTTER, of Ludell, last Saturday morning, Dr. L. G. Graves in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- October 14, 1909

TROYER
We neglected reporting the arrival of a nice little redheaded girl at H.D. TROYER'S of which Homer is very proud.
Atwood Patriot -- February 24, 1905

TURNER
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank TURNER, of this city, was brightened by the arrival of a bright healthy boy. Being modest we refrain from giving the weight as vouched by Drs. Newsome and McIrvin.
Atwood Patriot -- December 27, 1901

TURNER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank TURNER Friday morning, January 31, a boy.
Atwood Patriot -- February 6, 1908

TURNER
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.E. TURNER last Monday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- May 27, 1903

TURNER
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.E. TURNER last Sunday. Dr. J.N. Melugin officiating. John is the proudest man in town.
Atwood Patriot -- March 16, 1906

TURNER
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.M. TURNER last Saturday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- April 24, 1903

TURNER
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. J.M. TURNER Wednesday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- January 19, 1906

TURNER
Dr. Newsome reports the arrival of a new deputy register of deeds at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.V. TURNER. The new boy, the mother, and all others concerned in the happy event are doing well.
Atwood Patriot -- January 16, 1903

TURNER
Dr. J.N. Melugin reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. O.V. TURNER on Sunday, September 9th.
Atwood Patriot -- September 7, 1906

TURNER
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. R.F. TURNER on Wednesday, June 6th.
Atwood Patriot -- June 1, 1906

TWILLEGAR
Irvin TWILLEGAR is stepping mighty high these days. A 10 pound boy arrived at his home last Sunday.
Atwood Patriot -- August 26, 1904

VAN HORN
Mr. and Mrs. VANHORN are the proud parents of a 10 lb. boy.
Atwood Patriot -- September 19, 1907

VAP
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alois VAP, of Driftwood township on Wednesday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- November 10, 1905

VAP
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. F. VAP this week.
Atwood Patriot -- March 27, 1903

VAP
A bouncing baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred VAP of this township, born February 22.
Republican Citizen -- March 3, 1910

VERNON
Dr. Melugin who is one of the Patriot's baby reporters informs us that a girl of regulation weight and size arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.C. VERNON, of Driftwood township, Friday.
Atwood Patriot -- May 10, 1901

WALKER
Dr. Melugin reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. John WALKER, Thursday, December 12.
Atwood Patriot -- December 12, 1907

WALKER
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of twin babies, a boy and a girl, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John WALKER of the South Beaver, born last Sunday, March 20th.
Republican Citizen -- March 24, 1910

WALLACE
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter WALLACE Friday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- June 13, 1902

WALLACE
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the arrival of a baby girl, Saturday, October 31 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter WALLACE.
Republican Citizen -- November 4, 1909

WALSH
Mr. and Mrs. Morras WALSH are the proud parents of a baby boy born September 7.
Atwood Patriot -- September 5, 1907

WALSH
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a 9 lb. baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard WALSH of Elk township, born last Monday.
Republican Citizen -- April 29, 1909

WALTON
Dr. L.G. Graves reports the arrival of a healthy boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar WALTON, born last Sunday, March 27th.
Republican Citizen -- March 31, 1910

WANCURA
Dr. E.D. York reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Frank WANCURA, Saturday December 12.
Atwood Patriot -- December 18, 1903

WEIMANN
Dr. W.C. McIrvin informs that a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. WEIMANN, of Ludell last Sunday.
Atwood Patriot -- September 8, 1905

WESTMAN
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a 11 pound boy to Mr. and Mrs. J.E. WESTMAN, of Laing township last Tuesday.
Atwood Patriot -- February 10, 1905

WHITE
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. WHITE last Sunday morning.
Atwood Patriot -- May 6, 1904

WICKE
Dr. W.C. McIrvin reports the arrival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris WICKE of Elk township, born last Monday, September 6.
Republican Citizen -- September 9, 1909

WICKNEY
Mr. and Mrs. Henry WICKNEY are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl, reports Dr. Johnson.
Republican Citizen -- August 18, 1910

WILKENSON
A young gentleman arrived at the home of John WILKENSON on the evening of the birthday of the "Father of our country."
Atwood Patriot -- March 9, 1900

WILLIAMS
Word is that J.O. WILLIAMS, a former resident of Driftwood township, is the proud daddy of twins.
Atwood Patriot -- January 31, 1907

WILSON
Report has it that a new girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse WILSON of Burntwood township last week.
Atwood Patriot -- July 12, 1901

WILSON
Born to Mr. and Mrs. M.E. WILSON, of McDonald, on Sunday, Nov., 28th, a nine pound girl. Dr. H.H. Johnson in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- December 2, 1909

WIMER
Dr. WIMER has a new baby girl, Miss Edith. She arrived on May 31st.
Republican Citizen -- June 10, 1909

WINFREY
A daughter was born to Rev. and Mrs. E.L. WINFREY on Friday of last week.
Atwood Patriot -- September 9, 1904

WINFREY
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. WINFREY are rejoicing over the arrival of a girl at their home last Sunday evening. Item reported by Dr. Melugin.
Atwood Patriot -- November 23, 1906

WINSLOW
Mr. and Mrs. WINSLOW are the parents of a baby girl.
Republican Citizen -- November 3, 1910

WINTERS
A new baby is reported at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed WINTERS of Clinton.
Atwood Patriot -- February 22, 1901

WINTERS
Dr. McIrvin reports the birth of a boy of the regulation weight to Mr. and Mrs. Wait WINTERS, Tuesday, September 10.
Atwood Patriot -- September 5, 1907

WINTERS
A bright baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wait WINTERS of Logan township, on Wednesday, April 13th, Dr. L.G. Graves in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- April 21, 1910

WISEMAN
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert WISEMAN last Thursday, a daughter.
Atwood Patriot -- May 17, 1901

WITHAM
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Orville WITHAM, of Bird City, a 10 pound boy. Dr. Johnson in attendance.
Republican Citizen -- November 4, 1909

WOLKENSDORFER
Mr. and Mrs. Joe WOLKENSDORFER are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy at their home on Monday, April 17.
Atwood Patriot -- April 21, 1905

WOLTERS
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred WOLTERS of north Atwood, Saturday, September 26th.
Atwood Patriot -- October 1, 1908

YOCUM
A girl baby of the regulation size and weight was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank YOCUM, at their home in this city, Friday the 13th inst.
Atwood Patriot -- April 20, 1900

YOCUM
The population of Atwood has been rapidly on the increase, the latest arrived being a bouncing girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.A. YOCUM.
Atwood Patriot -- November 14, 1902

YOCUM
Dr. York reports the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Frank YOCUM, Wednesday, December 16th.
Atwood Patriot -- December 24, 1908

YOUNG
Thursday morning Arpil 26, 1900, a bright eyed little daughter came to bless the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Young. This is the first child. The tiny lady has received the name of Josephine. May she add joy and happiness to this already perfectly happy home. We smoked.
Atwood Patriot -- May 4, 1900



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