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Descendants of Rev. Thomas Woolsey (1760-1797) & Phoebe Gilbert (1763-1835)Edit

*. . . . . 6 Ruth Woolsey (1780-?)Edit

*. . . . . 6 Sarah Woolsey (1782-1857) & William Woolsey (1782-1846)Edit

*. . . . . 6 Gilbert Woolsey (1785-1864) & Abigail Mackay Woolsey (1788-1852)Edit

*. . . . . . 7 William Franklin Woolsey (1805-c1858)Edit

*. . . . . . 7 Zephaniah Woolsey (1807-1847) & Delilah Masoner (1810-1845)Edit

*. . . . . . 7 Thomas Woolsey (1808-1864)Edit

*. . . . . . 7 Giles Woolsey (1810-1845) & Rachel Hubbs (c1810-1846)Edit

*. . . . . . 7 Jeremiah C Woolsey (1812-1862) [113] & Charlotte Iler (c1837-?) [114] [115] [116]Edit

*. . . . . . 7 Stephen Woolsey (1813-?)[139] [140] [141] & Abigail ? (c1822-?) [142] [143]Edit

*. . . . . . 7 Sarah Woolsey (1815-1866)Edit

*. . . . . . 7 Nehemiah Cardinal Woolsey (1817-1903) [157] [158] & Elizabeth Goodman (c1819-?) [159]Edit

*. . . . . . 7 John Woolsey (1819-1878) & Amanda Melvina Faubion (1825-1900)Edit

*. . . . . . 7 Noah M Woolsey (1822-1851) & Susan A SmithEdit

*. . . . . . 7 Phebe Ann Woolsey (1824-1856) & Humphrey R Weldon (c1828-?) Edit

*. . . . . . 7 Mary Caroline Woolsey (1826-1862)Edit

*. . . . . 6 Mary Ann Woolsey (1787-1851) & John Trosper (1789-1870) [379]Edit

*. . . . . 6 Rhoda Woolsey (1794-?)Edit

==*. . . . . 6 Phebe Melissa Woolsey (1797-1891)== [511] [512] [513]


ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
  3. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
  4. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
  5. ^ 1900 Census - Kansas City Ward 9, Jackson, Missouri
  6. ^ 1910 Census - Dallas Ward 7, Dallas, Texas
  7. ^ 1900 Census - Kansas City Ward 9, Jackson, Missouri
  8. ^ 1910 Census - Dallas Ward 7, Dallas, Texas
  9. ^ 1900 Census - Kansas City Ward 9, Jackson, Missouri
  10. ^ 1910 Census - Dallas Ward 7, Dallas, Texas
  11. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  12. ^ 1930 Census - Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
  13. ^ 1930 Census - Dallas, Dallas, Texas
  14. ^ 1900 Census - Kansas City Ward 9, Jackson, Missouri
  15. ^ 1910 Census - Dallas Ward 7, Dallas, Texas
  16. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
  17. ^ 1900 Census - Kansas City Ward 9, Jackson, Missouri
  18. ^ 1910 Census - Ellsworth, Ellsworth County, Kansas - living with her brother Thomas, as M Alice Woolsey
  19. ^ 1920 Census - Black Wolf, Ellsworth, Kansas
  20. ^ 1930 Census - Clear Creek, Ellsworth, Kansas
  21. ^ 1910 Census - Ellsworth, Ellsworth, Kansas as T Ernest
  22. ^ 1920 Census - Black Wolf, Ellsworth, Kansas as Thomas
  23. ^ 1930 Census - Clear Creek, Ellsworth, Kansas as Earnest
  24. ^ 1910 Census - Ellsworth, Ellsworth, Kansas
  25. ^ 1920 Census - Black Wolf, Ellsworth, Kansas
  26. ^ 1930 Census - Clear Creek, Ellsworth, Kansas
  27. ^ Social Security Death Index
  28. ^ 1910 Census - Ellsworth, Ellsworth, Kansas
  29. ^ 1920 Census - Black Wolf, Ellsworth, Kansas
  30. ^ 1910 Census - Ellsworth, Ellsworth, Kansas
  31. ^ 1920 Census - Black Wolf, Ellsworth, Kansas
  32. ^ 1930 Census - Clear Creek, Ellsworth, Kansas
  33. ^ 1920 Census - Black Wolf, Ellsworth, Kansas as Lee Woolsey
  34. ^ 1930 Census - Clear Creek, Ellsworth, Kansas as Lee
  35. ^ 1920 Census - Black Wolf, Ellsworth, Kansas
  36. ^ 1930 Census - Clear Creek, Ellsworth, Kansas
  37. ^ 1920 Census - Black Wolf, Ellsworth, Kansas
  38. ^ 1930 Census - Clear Creek, Ellsworth, Kansas
  39. ^ 1920 Census - Black Wolf, Ellsworth, Kansas
  40. ^ 1930 Census - Clear Creek, Ellsworth, Kansas
  41. ^ 1930 Census - Clear Creek, Ellsworth, Kansas
  42. ^ 1900 Census - Joplin Ward 1, Jasper County, Missouri
  43. ^ 1900 Census - Joplin Ward 1, Jasper, Missouri
  44. ^ 1900 Census - Joplin Ward 1, Jasper, Missouri
  45. ^ 1930 Census - Picher, Ottawa County, Oklahoma
  46. ^ 1930 Census - Picher, Ottawa, Oklahoma
  47. ^ 1930 Census - Picher, Ottawa, Oklahoma
  48. ^ 1930 Census - Picher, Ottawa, Oklahoma
  49. ^ 1900 Census - Joplin Ward 1, Jasper, Missouri
  50. ^ 1870 Census - Madison, Fremont County, Iowa
  51. ^ 1870 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  52. ^ 1870 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  53. ^ 1870 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  54. ^ 1880 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington County, Nebraska
  55. ^ 1880, 1900 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska
  56. ^ 1880 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska
  57. ^ 1880 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska
  58. ^ 1900 Census - Calhoun City, Washington, Nebraska
  59. ^ 1920 Census - East Pagosa Springs, Archuleta County, Colorado
  60. ^ 1930 Census - Kearns, Archuleta, Colorado
  61. ^ 1900 Census - Calhoun City, Washington, Nebraska
  62. ^ 1920 Census - East Pagosa Springs, Archuleta, Colorado
  63. ^ 1930 Census - Kearns, Archuleta, Colorado
  64. ^ 1900 Census - Calhoun City, Washington, Nebraska
  65. ^ 1900 Census - Calhoun City, Washington, Nebraska
  66. ^ 1900 Census - Calhoun City, Washington, Nebraska
  67. ^ 1920 Census - East Pagosa Springs, Archuleta, Colorado
  68. ^ 1920 Census - East Pagosa Springs, Archuleta, Colorado
  69. ^ 1920 Census - East Pagosa Springs, Archuleta, Colorado
  70. ^ 1920 Census - East Pagosa Springs, Archuleta, Colorado
  71. ^ 1930 Census - Kearns, Archuleta, Colorado
  72. ^ 1930 Census - Kearns, Archuleta, Colorado
  73. ^ 1880, 1900, 1910 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska
  74. ^ 1920 Census - Bancroft, Cuming County, Nebraska
  75. ^ 1910 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska
  76. ^ 1920 Census - Bancroft, Cuming, Nebraska
  77. ^ 1910 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska
  78. ^ 1920 Census - Bancroft, Cuming, Nebraska
  79. ^ California Death Index, 1940-1997
  80. ^ 1920 Census - Bancroft, Cuming, Nebraska
  81. ^ 1920 Census - Bancroft, Cuming, Nebraska
  82. ^ Social Security Death Index
  83. ^ 1880 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska
  84. ^ 1880 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska
  85. ^ 1880 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska
  86. ^ 1880 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska
  87. ^ 1880 Census - Fort Calhoun, Washington, Nebraska
  88. ^ 1860 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  89. ^ 1860 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  90. ^ 1870 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  91. ^ 1870, 1880 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  92. ^ 1870, 1880 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  93. ^ 1880, 1900 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  94. ^ 1910, 1920, 1930 Census - Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri
  95. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  96. ^ 1900 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  97. ^ 1910, 1920, 1930 Census - Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri
  98. ^ 1900 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  99. ^ 1910 Census - Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri
  100. ^ 1900 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  101. ^ 1920, 1930 Census - Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri
  102. ^ 1920, 1930 Census - Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri
  103. ^ 1920, 1930 Census - Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri
  104. ^ 1930 Census - Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri
  105. ^ 1930 Census - Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri
  106. ^ 1930 Census - Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri
  107. ^ 1910, 1920, 1930 Census - Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri
  108. ^ 1910 Census - Jefferson, Harrison, Missouri
  109. ^ 1880 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  110. ^ 1880 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  111. ^ 1860 Census - Jackson, Livingston, Missouri
  112. ^ 1860 Census - Jackson, Livingston, Missouri
  113. ^ 1860 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  114. ^ 1860, 1870, 1880 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  115. ^ 1900 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  116. ^ 1910 Census - Willow Springs, Howell, Missouri
  117. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  118. ^ 1910 Census - Willow Springs, Howell, Missouri
  119. ^ 1910 Census - Willow Springs, Howell, Missouri
  120. ^ 1860, 1870, 1880 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  121. ^ 1870, 1880 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  122. ^ 1900 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  123. ^ 1900 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  124. ^ 1880 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  125. ^ 1900 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  126. ^ 1900 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  127. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  128. ^ 1910 Census - Omaha Ward 3, Douglas, Nebraska
  129. ^ 1920 Census - Omaha Ward 5, Douglas, Nebraska
  130. ^ 1910 Census - Omaha Ward 3, Douglas, Nebraska
  131. ^ 1920 Census - Omaha Ward 5, Douglas, Nebraska
  132. ^ 1900 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  133. ^ 1920 Census - Omaha Ward 5, Douglas, Nebraska
  134. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  135. ^ 1900 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  136. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  137. ^ 1900 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  138. ^ 1900 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  139. ^ 1850 Census - District 11, Caldwell, Missouri #4
    Stephen Woolsey, 37 TN, farmer
    Abigail, 28 MO
    Amanda, 6 MO
    Maria, 4 MO
    Humphrey, 3/12 MO
    Engida, 13 MO
    Richard, 10 MO
  140. ^ 1860 Census - Harrison, Daviess, Missouri
  141. ^ 1870 Census - Jackson, Livingston, Missouri
  142. ^ 1860 Census - Harrison, Daviess, Missouri
  143. ^ 1870 Census - Jackson, Livingston, Missouri
  144. ^ 1860 Census - Harrison, Daviess, Missouri
  145. ^ 1860 Census - Harrison, Daviess, Missouri
  146. ^ 1870 Census - Jackson, Livingston, Missouri
  147. ^ 1860 Census - Harrison, Daviess, Missouri
  148. ^ 1880 Census - Harrison, Daviess, Missouri
  149. ^ 1870 Census - Jackson, Livingston, Missouri
  150. ^ 1880 Census - Harrison, Daviess, Missouri
  151. ^ 1880 Census - Harrison, Daviess, Missouri
  152. ^ 1880 Census - Harrison, Daviess, Missouri
  153. ^ 1860 Census - Harrison, Daviess, Missouri
  154. ^ 1870 Census - Jackson, Livingston, Missouri
  155. ^ 1860 Census - Harrison, Daviess, Missouri
  156. ^ 1870 Census - Jackson, Livingston, Missouri
  157. ^ 1850 Census - District 11, Caldwell, Missouri #3
    Nehemiah Woolsey, 32 TN, farmer
    Elizabeth, 31 PA
    William, 7 MO
    Emily, 5 MO
    Napoleon, 11/12 MO
  158. ^ 1870 census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
    Nehemiah Woolsey, 52 Tn, farmer
    Elizabeth, 52 PA
    Napoleon, 21 MO, farmer
    Emma, 24 MO
    Marion, 19 MO
    Martha, 13 MO
    Elizabeth, 11 MO
    Cora, 6 MO
    Franklin, 4 MO
  159. ^ Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002
  160. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
    Napoleon Woolsey, 30 MO, physician
    Gertie B, 24 IA
    Birdie E, 4/12 MO
    Emma, 34 MO,sister
  161. ^ 1900 Census - Township 3, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory
    Napoleon B Woolsey, 8-1849 MO, farmer, married 20 years
    Belle, 4-1857 AR
    Arthur 3--1883 OK
    Mary M 2-1885 TX
    Ruthie B, 5-1893 OK
    Napoleon B, 12-1895 OK
    William G, 11-1899
  162. ^ Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002
  163. ^ Missouri Birth Records, 1851-1910
  164. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  165. ^ Social Security Death Index
  166. ^ IN "GRAND RIVER COUNTRY" Narrator: Dr. Libby R. Woolsey of Hamilton The Woolsey Family At the End of the H. & St. Joseph R.R. Early Whiskey-Making The Irish Settlers at Breckendridge The Woolsey family came very early into what is now Caldwell County. Some of them were here in 1835 before the county was organized. Some left and came back later on. Cardinal Woolsey, the father of Dr. Libby Reynolds Woolsey, was a native of Tennessee (born 1818) of Scotch Irish lineage. He settled in Breckenridge, Missouri before Mormon days. His son, Dr. Napoleon Bonaparte Woolsey, was born there in 1849 and Dr. Libby R., the youngest son, was born there in 1859. Dr. Halstead of Breckenridge, who lived to be over one hundred years old, was present at his birth. Being a doctor runs in the Woolsey family for centuries. Dr. L.R. Woolsey was born on the old Woolsey farm two miles east of Breckenridge in a house that was part log cabin and part tent. That farm is now owned by Dr. C.B. Woolsey of Braymer. His grandfather, Gilbert Woolsey, put up a still-house one mile north of the above farm in the early days, but when Berry Diddle made his still-house near Henkins bridge, the two men fell out and Woolsey moved his still into fresh territory near Hamburg, Iowa, where he and his wife are buried. Dr. L.R.'s parents are buried in the old Gant cemetery near Breckenridge. Whisky sold cheap then, twenty-five cents a gallon, for good pure stuff. Often the distillers would sell it in this way. They would hear of a harvesting or a barn raising or the like. They then would fill a twenty gallon barrel with whiskey, put it on an axle (which might be a round of a tree, for a fellow was might lucky those days if he had a spoke wheel), put runners under this, hitched horses to the contraption; and he himself sitting in the barrel, drove away to sell the whiskey. When the twenty gallons were gone, he went after more. He lived near the Jerome Terrill place, went to that school, and played with the little Terrill niggers, for the Terrills were slaveholders. The Terrills, who were a very proud family, thought it was outlandish for a white boy to play with niggers, but it did not hurt a Woolsey for they too held their heads high then. He recalls hearing about the first store at Breckenridge. Sam Rial and Billy (Daddy) Houghton put up a three room log cabin store where they sold everything, even whiskey. That was when Breckenridge was at the end of the railroad. The Hannibal and St. Joseph railroad started from Hannibal and worked west; and there was a pause in the work for some weeks at Breckenridge late in 1858, when Breckenridge was the western terminus of the line. This was a little before Dr. Libby R. Woolsey was born and his name was given to him because Libby was the name of the first conductor who brought a train there. Afterwards this Rial store was sold to Sidney McWilliams. He recalls that his father, Cardinal, bought this land near Breckenridge from the government at 12 1/2 cents an acre and sold it to old man Greenwood for 25 cents an acre and thought he was putting over a smart deal. The lumber for his permanent home was hauled by oxen from Brunswick and that old house is still standing and in good shape. In the days before Breckenridge started, all that country was known as the Grand River country and the Post office was called Grand River Post office which passed away with the birth of Breckenridge. The Grand River country attracted people from far and wide in this U.S. and even Ireland. He spoke of several Irish families who came to that district. John Scanlon came over and built a big stone house and bossed the railroad section work for forty-five years. Anthony White was another, and Mr. Helm another Irishman. Some were Catholics. Some came here, returned to Ireland and then came back here, realizing that the Grand River country could not be beat. Interviewed August 1934.
  167. ^ 1870 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  168. ^ 1880 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  169. ^ *1876 Census - Tnshp 67 Rnge 41
    **Granvill Maupin, 21-45, 3 horses, 3 mules, 14 cattle, 61 hogs, 2880 bush corn, 230 bush oats, , 165 bush barley
    **Mary E Maupin, 21-45
    **Charles L Maupin, under 10
    **Emmert Maupin, under 10
    **Cora B Maupin, under 10
  170. ^ Buried in Mount Olive Cem, Hamburg, IA
  171. ^ 1870 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  172. ^ 1880 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  173. ^ 1900 Census - Jackson, Daviess, Missouri
  174. ^ 1870 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  175. ^ 1880 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  176. ^ 1900 Census - Polk, Atchison, Missouri
  177. ^ 1910 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  178. ^ 1900 Census - Polk, Atchison, Missouri
  179. ^ 1910 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  180. ^ 1925 Census - Franklin Township, Fremont County, Iowa
  181. ^ 1900 Census - Polk, Atchison, Missouri
  182. ^ 1910 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  183. ^ 1910 Census - Hamburg Ward 1, Fremont, Iowa
  184. ^ 1925 Census - Franklin Township, Fremont County, Iowa
  185. ^ 1930 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  186. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  187. ^ Elmer Maupin, a resident of this community for many years passed away Thursday at the Hamburg hospital. He was stricken a few hours earlier with a hemmorrhage and rushed to the hospital for treatment. It is believed that the throat condition, for which he had undergone more than twenty operations, had reahed the large vein supplying the heart. Elmer Maupin, son of Charles and Nora Maupin, was born near Rock Port, Dec. 21 1893 and passed away at Hamburg, Iowa Nov. 30 1950, at the age of 56 years, 11 months and 9 days. He was united in marriage to Eula Len McAdams at Nebraska City, Nebraska, August 20 1918 and to this union eight children were born, Charles and Doris Jean proceeded their father in death. He is survived by his wife; five daughters, Mrs. John Gilbert of Percival, Mrs. Dale Laughlin Jr., Srahan, Mrs Donald Hays, Van Nuys, Calif., Mrs. G T Erb and Mrs Jim Hall, both of Hamburg; one son Carroll; ten grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Walter Williams of Hamburg; and two brothers, John Maupin of Watson and Ralph Maupin of Memphis, Tenn. - The Hamburg Reporter - 12-7-1950
  188. ^ 1910 Census - Hamburg Ward 1, Fremont, Iowa
  189. ^ 1925 Census - Franklin Township, Fremont County, Iowa - listed as dau of E T McAdam and Ton Hayes
  190. ^ 1930 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  191. ^ 1910 Census - Hamburg Ward 1, Fremont, Iowa
  192. ^ 1925 Census - Franklin Township, Fremont County, Iowa
  193. ^ 1930 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  194. ^ 1925 Census - Franklin Township, Fremont County, Iowa
  195. ^ 1930 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  196. ^ 1930 Census - Hamburg, Fremont, Iowa
  197. ^ 1900 Census - Polk, Atchison, Missouri
  198. ^ 1910 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  199. ^ John Granville Maupin, 72 died at Grape Community Hospital Nov. 17. Most of his life was spent in the Watson area. He was employed at the Bentley Grain Co. for 25 years. Survivors include his wife Gertrude; one son, Charles of Hamburg; one daughter, Mrs. Maxine Slemp of Loveland, Colo.; a sister, Maxine Williams of Hamburg; and one brother, Ralph Maupin of Memphis, Tenn. Funeral services were held at Rash Funeral Home Wed Nov 20, at 2p.m. with the Rev. Norman Lewis officiating. Internment was in High Creek Cemetery - The Hamburg Reporter 11-21-1968
  200. ^ John Granville Maupin, son of Charles and Nora Knerium Maupin was born June 5 1896 at Macon, Mo. and died Nov. 17 1968 at Grape Community Hospital at Hamburg at the age of 72 years, 5 months and 12 days. On March 14 1917 he was united in marriage to Gertrude Hays and to this union two children were born. Mr and Mrs Maupin celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary last year. He spent most of his life in this community where he had farmed. Survivors are his wife, Gertrude; a daughter, Mrs Maxine Slemp of Loveland, Colo.; and a son, Charles Maupin, Hamburg; three grandchildren, three great grandchildren; one sister, Hazel Williams, Hamburg; and a brother, Ralph Maupin of Memphis, Tenn.; other relatives and friends. - The Hamburg Reporter 12-26-1968
  201. ^ 1910 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  202. ^ 1925 Census - Franklin Township, Fremont County, Iowa
  203. ^ 1910 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  204. ^ 1880 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  205. ^ 1880 Census - Tarkio, Atchison, Missouri
  206. ^ 1900 Census - Jackson, Daviess, Missouri
  207. ^ 1920 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  208. ^ 1925 Census - Madison Township, Fremont County, Iowa - listed as son of Granville Maupin and Emma Woolsey
  209. ^ 1930 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  210. ^ Jacob Ayres Maupin

    Jacob Maupin, son of Granville and Emma Woolsey Maupin was born near Rock Port, Mo., June 2 1881 and died at the Lincoln General Hospital, after one month confinement at the age of 70 years, 5 months and 28 days.

    He was united in marriage with Gertrude E Thorp on Dec. 30, 1908, at Rock Port. To this union were born Wayne Edward of Santa Monica, Calif. Mabel Maurine Lunsford and Lois Marcella Valencia, both of Lincoln.

    He is survived by his wife and three children, seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. Brothers Emmert of Phoenix, Ariz, Dave of Iowa. Tom of Lincoln, sister Aida Cooper of Adams, Nebr., and numerous nieces and nephews, cousins and friends.

    He had been retired a little over ten years. He was a member of the Methodist Church.

    Funeral Services were held at Bertram Funeral Home, Rock Port, Dec 2, conducted by Dr. R.W. George of Tarkio. Internment was in Elmwood Cemetery.

    Pall bearers were Harold Smith, Rock Port, Hugh Finnell, Hollis Wingate, Robert Gubser, Floyd Hartman, Shenandoah and Jack Vancil, St. Joseph Mo.

    Hamburg Reporter 12/15/1960
  211. ^ 1920 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  212. ^ 1925 Census - Madison Township, Fremont County, Iowa - listed as dau of John P Thorp and Mary J Thompson
  213. ^ 1930 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  214. ^ 1920 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  215. ^ 1925 Census - Madison Township, Fremont County, Iowa
  216. ^ 1930 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  217. ^ Social Security Death Index
  218. ^ California Death Index, 1940-1997
  219. ^ 1920 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  220. ^ 1925 Census - Madison Township, Fremont County, Iowa
  221. ^ 1930 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  222. ^ 1925 Census - Madison Township, Fremont County, Iowa
  223. ^ 1930 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  224. ^ 1880 Census - Sidney, Fremont, Iowa #161-172 (Next door to Larken Langston & Wilmoth Jones Langston)
    William Langston, 34 IL
    Martha Langston, 34 MO
    Alice, 11 IA
    Fannie, 9 IA
    Mary, 7 IA
    Minnie, 4 IA
    William, 3 IA
    Alva, 1 IA
  225. ^ 1895 Census - Oto, Woodbury, Iowa
    William H Langston, 49 IL
    Martha E, 45 MO
    Laura A, 25 ia
    Minnie E, 19 IA, William P, 17 IA
    Albert A, 15 IA
    Lena L, 13 IA
    Sallie E, 11 IA
    Mattie L S, 8
    Carl T, 6 IA
    Gracie A, 4 IA
  226. ^ 1900 Census - Oto, Woodbury, Iowa
    William H Langston, 1-1846 IL, merchant, married 32 years
    Martha E, 7-1849 MO, 11 of 12 children living
    Lania K, 7-1880 IA, dress maker
    Essie, 2-1882 IA, saleslady
    Mattie, 4-1885 IA
    Earl, 6-1888 IA
    Grace, 12-1890 IA
  227. ^ 1915 Census - Oto, Woodbury, Iowa
    William P Langston, 38 IA, farmer

    Susie, 35 MN
    Isabel, 11
    Carl, 9 IA
    Ida, 7 IA
    Angila, 3 IA
    Mary, 1 IA
  228. ^ Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002
  229. ^ Social Security Death Index
  230. ^ Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002
  231. ^ Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002
  232. ^ Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002
  233. ^ Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002
  234. ^ Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002
  235. ^ Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002
  236. ^ Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002
  237. ^ Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002
  238. ^ Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002
  239. ^ Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002
  240. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Albert Alva Langston, 22 Mar 1879
  241. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Tony Earl Langston, 13 Jun 1888
  242. ^ 1925 Census - Oto, Woodbury, Iowa
    T Earl Langston, 37
    Martha A, 37 IA (dau of Jacob Harding & Clara Church)
    Ruh I, 1 IA
    Lea I, 1 IA
  243. ^ 1930 Census - Oto, Woodbury, Iowa #77-75
    Earl T Langston, 41 IA, butcher shop proprietor, married 26 years
    Martha A, 42 IA, Ruth I, 7 IA
    Lea I, 5 IA
  244. ^ 1900 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri #136-139
    George W Cox, 1-1838 MO, farmer, married 28 yeas
    Abigail, 3-1854 MO, 4 of 5 children alive
    Ada E, 10-1879 MO
    Floyd, 9-1883 MO, farm laborer
    Grover C, 9-1887 MO
  245. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Grover Cleveland Cox, 21 Sep 1889, farmer in Langdon, Atchison Co., MO
  246. ^ 1920 Census - Clark, Atchison, Missouri
    Grover Cox, 31 MO, farmer
    Susan, 29 MO
    Chalmer, 4 MO
    Dean, 11/12 MO
  247. ^ 1925 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
    George C Cox, 36 MO
    Susie E, 34 MO (dau of John G Brown & Clara Barker)
    Chalmers G, 14 MO
    George D, 6 MO
  248. ^ 1930 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
    Grover C Cox, 41 MO, farmer
    Susie, 39 MO
    Chalmer, 19 MO
    George , 11 MO
  249. ^ 1900 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  250. ^ 1900 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  251. ^ 1900 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  252. ^ 1900 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  253. ^ 1900 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  254. ^ 1900 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  255. ^ 1900 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  256. ^ 1900 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  257. ^ 1900 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  258. ^ 1900 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  259. ^ 1900 Census - C Precinct, Seward, Nebraska
  260. ^ 1910 Census - Precinct C, Seward, Nebraska
  261. ^ FRED GUBSER, who resides on section 30, Union township, Butler county, owns and operates a valuable farm whose neat and thrifty appearance well indicates his careful supervision. Substantial improvements are surrounded by well tilled fields, and many of the accessories and conveniences of a model farm are there found. Mr. Gubser is a native of Iowa, born in Davenport, May 19, 1856, and is a son of Anton Gubser, whose birth occurred in 1818, at Wallenstat, canton St. Gallen, Switzerland, whence he emigrated to America in 1843. In his native land he learned the stonemason's trade, which he continued to follow for a time after coming to this country and locating in Davenport, Iowa. In that city he was first married, but his wife being a consumptive, only lived a short time thereafter. His second union was with Catherine Rogge, a daughter of Gottfriedt Rogge, a Prussian by birth, and to them were born the following children: Fred, John, Genovefa, George F., Henry, Nicholas J., Mary M., Joseph, Louisa, Benjamin and William. Of these, Nicholas J. is a graduate of the Highland) Park Normal College, and is now professor of languages and economics at the Lincoln Normal School, Lincoln, Nebraska. John is a resident of Butler county. Early in life Fred Gubser removed with his parents to Atchinson county, Missouri, where he was reared upon a farm, early becoming familiar with all the duties which fall to the lot of the agriculturist. On the 1st of October, 1881, he led to the marriage altar Miss Rachael Woolsey, daughter of John and Amanda Woolsey, who removed to Missouri from Tennessee before the war, first settling in Caldwell county, where Mrs. Gubser was born, but removed to Atchinson county when she was a child. Our subject and his wife began their domestic life in that county, where they made their home for two years, and then came to their present farm in Union township, Butler County, Nebraska. On locating here they had one daughter, Maudie E., and since then three other children have been added to the family, namely: Lola M., Emma L. and Allen Woolsey, now in his second year. Though deprived of good school privileges during his youth, Mr. Gubser has made the most of his advantages, and through his own efforts in maturer years has obtained a liberal education. He has not only acquired a good practical store of knowledge by "burning the midnight oil," but has achieved much in a literary way. His political views have led him through various processes of evolution up to modern socialism, which has many supporters among the best and brightest minds of the age. Fraternally he is a member of the Ancient Order of United Workmen, and religiously he is a supporter of the Advent faith. The Gubser home is one of the most pleasant places of Union township and abounds in evidences of culture and refinement. Its inmates are both widely and favorably known throughout the community.
  262. ^ 1900 Census - C Precinct, Seward, Nebraska
  263. ^ 1900 Census - C Precinct, Seward, Nebraska
  264. ^ 1910 Census - Precinct C, Seward, Nebraska
  265. ^ 1900 Census - C Precinct, Seward, Nebraska
  266. ^ 1910 Census - Precinct C, Seward, Nebraska
  267. ^ 1910 Census - Precinct C, Seward, Nebraska
  268. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  269. ^ 1900 Census - C Precinct, Seward, Nebraska
  270. ^ 1910 Census - Precinct C, Seward, Nebraska
  271. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  272. ^ 1920, 1930 Census - Union, Butler, Nebraska
  273. ^ Social Security Death Index]
  274. ^ California Death Index, 1940-1997
  275. ^ 1920, 1930 Census - Union, Butler, Nebraska
  276. ^ 1920, 1930 Census - Union, Butler, Nebraska
  277. ^ 1930 Census - Union, Butler, Nebraska
  278. ^ 1930 Census - Union, Butler, Nebraska
  279. ^ 1910 Census - Precinct C, Seward, Nebraska
  280. ^ 1910 Census - Precinct C, Seward, Nebraska
  281. ^ 1910 Census - Precinct C, Seward, Nebraska
  282. ^ 1900 Census - Iron Mound, Logan, Oklahoma
  283. ^ 1920 Census - Guthrie Ward 5, Logan, Oklahoma
  284. ^ 1900 Census - Iron Mound, Logan, Oklahoma
  285. ^ 1920 Census - Guthrie Ward 5, Logan, Oklahoma
  286. ^ 1900 Census - Iron Mound, Logan, Oklahoma
  287. ^ 1900 Census - Iron Mound, Logan, Oklahoma
  288. ^ 1900 Census - Iron Mound, Logan, Oklahoma
  289. ^ 1900 Census - Iron Mound, Logan, Oklahoma
  290. ^ 1920 Census - Guthrie Ward 5, Logan, Oklahoma
  291. ^ Leon Marvin Belding died Sept. 6, 2003, at age 76. Mr. Belding was born Feb. 16, 1927, in Guthrie, Okla., and moved to Portland in about 1944. He served in the Army in the Korean War. Afterward, he moved to Milwaukie and was a poultry farmer. In 1947, he married Dona Mae Jackson. Survivors include his wife; son, Tommy L.; daughters, Darla R. Hauskins and Susan M. Verhagen; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Remembrances to Willamette Falls Hospice. Arrangements by Holman-Hankins-Bowker & Waud.
  292. ^ Dona Mae Belding died Oct. 14, 2003, at age 73. Dona Jackson was born Aug. 14, 1930, in Crofton, Neb. A homemaker, she moved to Portland in the 1940s and to Oregon City in 2000. In 1947, she married Leon; he died in September. Survivors include her daughters, Darla Hauskins and Susan Verhagen; son, Tommy L.; seven grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Remembrances to Willamette Falls Hospice. Arrangements by Holman Hankins Bowker & Waud.
  293. ^ Don Gilbert Belding A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 7, 2006, in Molalla Church of the Nazarene for Don Gilbert "Cotton" Belding, who died Oct. 3 at age 77. Mr. Belding was born June 7, 1929, in Guthrie, Okla. He moved in 1946 to Canby and owned Don Belding Sand and Gravel. He also was a truck driver for several companies. He was a member of the church for 40 years. In 1949, he married Ardis Zumwalt. Survivors include his wife; son, Mike; daughter, Mata Kimmel; sister, Geannie Manning; brothers, Paul, Maurice and Charles; and four grandchildren. Remembrances to Willamette Falls Hospice. Arrangements by Canby Funeral Chapel.
  294. ^ 1900 Census - Iron Mound, Logan, Oklahoma
  295. ^ 1920 Census - Guthrie Ward 5, Logan, Oklahoma
  296. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  297. ^ 1900 Census - Iron Mound, Logan, Oklahoma
  298. ^ 1900 Census - Iron Mound, Logan, Oklahoma
  299. ^ 1920 Census - Guthrie Ward 5, Logan, Oklahoma
  300. ^ 1900, 1920, 1930 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  301. ^ 1900, 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  302. ^ 1900 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  303. ^ 1900, 1910, 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  304. ^ 1910, 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  305. ^ 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  306. ^ 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  307. ^ 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  308. ^ 1900 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  309. ^ 1900 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  310. ^ 1900, 1920, 1930 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  311. ^ 1900, 1920, 1930 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  312. ^ 1920, 1930 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  313. ^ 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  314. ^ 1910 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  315. ^ 1910 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  316. ^ 1910 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  317. ^ 1910 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  318. ^ 1910 Census - Madison, Fremont, Iowa
  319. ^ 1900 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  320. ^ 1910 Census - Cawker, Mitchell, Kansas
  321. ^ 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  322. ^ 1900 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  323. ^ 1910 Census - Cawker, Mitchell, Kansas
  324. ^ 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  325. ^ 1900 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  326. ^ 1910 Census - Cawker, Mitchell, Kansas
  327. ^ 1900 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  328. ^ 1910 Census - Cawker, Mitchell, Kansas
  329. ^ 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  330. ^ 1900 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  331. ^ 1910 Census - Cawker, Mitchell, Kansas
  332. ^ 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  333. ^ 1930 Census - Coin, Page, Iowa
  334. ^ The Hamburg Reporter - 8-15-1968 - Mr. and Mrs. Emery Zuck, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Zuck, Mrs. Grace Maupin, Mrs. Emma Zuck, Iva and Robert attended funeral services in Clarinda Saturday for Mrs. Alma Zuck Addington.
  335. ^ 1930 Census - Coin, Page, Iowa
  336. ^ 1930 Census - Coin, Page, Iowa
  337. ^ 1910 Census - Cawker, Mitchell, Kansas
  338. ^ 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  339. ^ 1930 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  340. ^ 1930 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  341. ^ 1930 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  342. ^ 1930 Census - Clay, Atchison, Missouri
  343. ^ 1910 Census - Cawker, Mitchell, Kansas
  344. ^ 1920 Census - Buchanan, Atchison, Missouri
  345. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
  346. ^ 1900 Census - Wagoner, Creek Nation, Indian Territory
  347. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
  348. ^ 1900 Census - Wagoner, Creek Nation, Indian Territory
  349. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
  350. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
  351. ^ 1910 Census - Wagoner Ward 1, Wagoner, Oklahoma
  352. ^ 1920 Census - Blue Mound, Wagoner, Oklahoma
  353. ^ 1910 Census - Wagoner Ward 1, Wagoner, Oklahoma
  354. ^ 1920 Census - Blue Mound, Wagoner, Oklahoma
  355. ^ 1910 Census - Wagoner Ward 1, Wagoner, Oklahoma
  356. ^ 1910 Census - Wagoner Ward 1, Wagoner, Oklahoma
  357. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
  358. ^ 1930 Census - Aztec, San Juan, New Mexico
  359. ^ 1900 Census - Wagoner, Creek Nation, Indian Territory
  360. ^ 1930 Census - Aztec, San Juan, New Mexico
  361. ^ 1930 Census - Aztec, San Juan, New Mexico
  362. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
  363. ^ 1900 Census - Wagoner, Creek Nation, Indian Territory
  364. ^ 1880 Census - Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri
  365. ^ 1900 Census - Wagoner, Creek Nation, Indian Territory
  366. ^ 1900 Census - Wagoner, Creek Nation, Indian Territory
  367. ^ 1900 Census - Wagoner, Creek Nation, Indian Territory
  368. ^ 1920 Census - Township 7, Glenn, California
  369. ^ 1900 Census - Wagoner, Creek Nation, Indian Territory
  370. ^ 1900 Census - Wagoner, Creek Nation, Indian Territory
  371. ^ 1920 Census - Fort Smith Ward 4, Sebastian, Arkansas
  372. ^ 1930 Census - Farmington, San Juan, New Mexico
  373. ^ 1920 Census - Fort Smith Ward 4, Sebastian, Arkansas
  374. ^ 1930 Census - Farmington, San Juan, New Mexico
  375. ^ 1930 Census - Farmington, San Juan, New Mexico
  376. ^ 1930 Census - Farmington, San Juan, New Mexico
  377. ^ 1930 Census - Farmington, San Juan, New Mexico
  378. ^ 1930 Census - Farmington, San Juan, New Mexico
  379. ^ 1850 Census - District 64, Nodaway, Missouri
  380. ^ 1860 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  381. ^ 1860 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  382. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  383. ^ 1880 Census - Merced, Merced, California
  384. ^ 1870 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  385. ^ 1880 Census - Merced, Merced, California
  386. ^ 1900 Census - Snelling, Merced, California
  387. ^ 1910 Census - Township 1, Merced, California
  388. ^ 1870 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  389. ^ 1880 Census - Merced, Merced, California
  390. ^ 1870 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  391. ^ 1880 Census - Merced, Merced, California
  392. ^ 1880 Census - Merced, Merced, California
  393. ^ 1920 Census - Groveland, Tuolumne, California
  394. ^ 1920 Census - Groveland, Tuolumne, California
  395. ^ 1920 Census - Groveland, Tuolumne, California
  396. ^ California Birth Index, 1905-1995
  397. ^ 1880 Census - Merced, Merced, California
  398. ^ 1900 Census - Snelling, Merced, California
  399. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  400. ^ 1910 Census - Township 1, Kern, California
  401. ^ 1920 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  402. ^ 1910 Census - Township 1, Kern, California
  403. ^ 1920 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  404. ^ 1930 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  405. ^ 1910 Census - Township 1, Kern, California
  406. ^ 1920 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  407. ^ California Death Index, 1940-1997
  408. ^ 1910 Census - Township 1, Kern, California
  409. ^ 1920 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  410. ^ 1930 Census -Kanab, Kane, Utah
  411. ^ California Birth Index, 1905-1995
  412. ^ 1930 Census -Kanab, Kane, Utah
  413. ^ 1930 Census -Kanab, Kane, Utah
  414. ^ 1910 Census - Township 1, Kern, California
  415. ^ 1920 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  416. ^ 1910 Census - Township 1, Kern, California
  417. ^ 1920 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  418. ^ 1920 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  419. ^ 1930 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  420. ^ 1920 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  421. ^ 1920 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  422. ^ California Birth Index, 1905-1995
  423. ^ Social Security Death Index
  424. ^ 1930 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  425. ^ California Birth Index, 1905-1995
  426. ^ 1930 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  427. ^ California Birth Index, 1905-1995
  428. ^ Social Security Death Index
  429. ^ 1930 Census - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California
  430. ^ California Death Index, 1940-1997
  431. ^ 1880 Census - Merced, Merced, California
  432. ^ 1900 Census - Snelling, Merced, California
  433. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  434. ^ 1910 Census - Township 1, Merced, California
  435. ^ 1920 Census - Merced, Merced, California
  436. ^ 1880 Census - Merced, Merced, California
  437. ^ 1900 Census - Snelling, Merced, California
  438. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  439. ^ 1910 Census - Township 1, Merced, California
  440. ^ 1920 Census - Berkeley, Alameda, California
  441. ^ 1920 Census - Berkeley, Alameda, California
  442. ^ 1920 Census - Berkeley, Alameda, California
  443. ^ 1900 Census - Snelling, Merced, California
  444. ^ 1900 Census - Snelling, Merced, California
  445. ^ 1900 Census - Snelling, Merced, California
  446. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  447. ^ 1920 Census -O'Neal, San Joaquin, California
  448. ^ 1920 Census -O'Neal, San Joaquin, California
  449. ^ 1920 Census -O'Neal, San Joaquin, California
  450. ^ 1920 Census -O'Neal, San Joaquin, California
  451. ^ 1860 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  452. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  453. ^ 1880 Census - Rock, Marshall, Kansas
  454. ^ 1900 Census - Otter, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
  455. ^ 1910 Census - Cooper, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
  456. ^ 1870 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  457. ^ 1880 Census - Rock, Marshall, Kansas
  458. ^ 1880 Census - Rock, Marshall, Kansas
  459. ^ 1880 Census - Rock, Marshall, Kansas, 1900 Census - Otter, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, 1910 Census - Meridian, Jefferson, Nebraska, 1920, 1930 Census - Minneapolis Ward 3, Hennepin, Minnesota
  460. ^ 1920, 1930 Census - Minneapolis Ward 3, Hennepin, Minnesota
  461. ^ 1880 Census - Rock, Marshall, Kansas
  462. ^ 1880 Census - Rock, Marshall, Kansas
  463. ^ 1880 Census - Rock, Marshall, Kansas
  464. ^ 1910, 1930 Census - Balko, Beaver, Oklahoma
  465. ^ 1910, 1930 Census - Balko, Beaver, Oklahoma
  466. ^ 1910 Census - Balko, Beaver, Oklahoma
  467. ^ 1930 Census - Precinct 1, Ochiltree, Texas
  468. ^ 1930 Census - Precinct 1, Ochiltree, Texas
  469. ^ 1930 Census - Precinct 1, Ochiltree, Texas
  470. ^ Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  471. ^ 1930 Census - Precinct 1, Ochiltree, Texas
  472. ^ Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  473. ^ Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  474. ^ Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  475. ^ Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  476. ^ Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  477. ^ Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  478. ^ Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  479. ^ Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  480. ^ Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
  481. ^ 1910 Census - Balko, Beaver, Oklahoma
  482. ^ 1910, 1930 Census - Balko, Beaver, Oklahoma
  483. ^ 1930 Census - Balko, Beaver, Oklahoma
  484. ^ 1930 Census - Balko, Beaver, Oklahoma
  485. ^ 1930 Census - Balko, Beaver, Oklahoma
  486. ^ 1930 Census - Balko, Beaver, Oklahoma
  487. ^ 1930 Census - Balko, Beaver, Oklahoma
  488. ^ 1900 Census - Otter, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
  489. ^ 1910 Census - Cooper, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
  490. ^ 1900 Census - Otter, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
  491. ^ 1900 Census - Otter, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
  492. ^ 1910 Census - Cooper, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
  493. ^ 1900 Census - Otter, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
  494. ^ 1910 Census - Cooper, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
  495. ^ 1900 Census - Otter, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
  496. ^ 1910 Census - Cooper, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
  497. ^ 1860 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  498. ^ 1860 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  499. ^ 1860 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  500. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  501. ^ 1860 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  502. ^ 1860 Census - Vermillion, Marshall, Kansas Territory
  503. ^ 1880 Census - Wells, Marshall, Kansas
  504. ^ 1880 Census - Wells, Marshall, Kansas
  505. ^ 1880 Census - Wells, Marshall, Kansas
  506. ^ 1880 Census - Wells, Marshall, Kansas
  507. ^ 1850 Census - District 64, Nodaway, Missouri
  508. ^ 1850 Census - District 64, Nodaway, Missouri
  509. ^ 1850 Census - District 64, Nodaway, Missouri
  510. ^ 1850 Census - District 64, Nodaway, Missouri
  511. ^ 1850 Census - District 14, Grainger, Tennessee
  512. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  513. ^ 1880 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  514. ^ 1850 Census - District 14, Grainger, Tennessee
  515. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  516. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  517. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  518. ^ 1860 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  519. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  520. ^ 1860 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  521. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  522. ^ 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  523. ^ 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  524. ^ 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  525. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  526. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  527. ^ 1860 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  528. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  529. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  530. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  531. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  532. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  533. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  534. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  535. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  536. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  537. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  538. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  539. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  540. ^ 1910 Census - Piscataway, Prince George's, Maryland
  541. ^ 1920 Census - Jacksonville, Davidson, Tennessee
  542. ^ 1930 Census - Fort McClellan, Calhoun, Alabama
  543. ^ 1920 Census - Jacksonville, Davidson, Tennessee
  544. ^ 1930 Census - Fort McClellan, Calhoun, Alabama
  545. ^ 1920 Census - Jacksonville, Davidson, Tennessee
  546. ^ 1920 Census - Jacksonville, Davidson, Tennessee
  547. ^ 1930 Census - Fort McClellan, Calhoun, Alabama
  548. ^ 1920 Census - Jacksonville, Davidson, Tennessee
  549. ^ 1930 Census - Fort McClellan, Calhoun, Alabama
  550. ^ 1920 Census - Jacksonville, Davidson, Tennessee
  551. ^ 1930 Census - Fort McClellan, Calhoun, Alabama
  552. ^ 1930 Census - Fort McClellan, Calhoun, Alabama
  553. ^ U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006
  554. ^ U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
  555. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  556. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  557. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 7, Knox, Tennessee
  558. ^ 1930 Census - District 3, Union, Tennessee
  559. ^ Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 in 1911
  560. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 7, Knox, Tennessee
  561. ^ 1930 Census - District 3, Union, Tennessee
  562. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 7, Knox, Tennessee
  563. ^ 1930 Census - District 3, Union, Tennessee
  564. ^ Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 in 1935
  565. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 7, Knox, Tennessee
  566. ^ 1930 Census - District 3, Union, Tennessee
  567. ^ Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 in 1940
  568. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 7, Knox, Tennessee
  569. ^ 1930 Census - District 3, Union, Tennessee
  570. ^ Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 in 1936
  571. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  572. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  573. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  574. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  575. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  576. ^ 1910 Census - Elk Horn, McDonald, Missouri
  577. ^ 1920 Census - Colton, San Bernardino, California
  578. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  579. ^ Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 in 1872
  580. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  581. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  582. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  583. ^ 1880 Census - District 14, Union, Tennessee
  584. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  585. ^ 1910 Census - Elk Horn, McDonald, Missouri
  586. ^ 1920 Census - Colton, San Bernardino, California
  587. ^ 1930 Census - Colton, San Bernardino, California
  588. ^ Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 in 1888
  589. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  590. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  591. ^ 1910 Census - Elk Horn, McDonald, Missouri
  592. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  593. ^ 1910 Census - Elk Horn, McDonald, Missouri
  594. ^ 1920 Census - Colton, San Bernardino, California
  595. ^ 1930 Census - Colton, San Bernardino, California
  596. ^ California Death Index, 1940-1997
  597. ^ 1900 Census - Civil District 1, Union, Tennessee
  598. ^ 1910 Census - Elk Horn, McDonald, Missouri
  599. ^ 1910 Census - Elk Horn, McDonald, Missouri
  600. ^ 1910 Census - Elk Horn, McDonald, Missouri
  601. ^ 1920 Census - Colton, San Bernardino, California
  602. ^ 1930 Census - Colton, San Bernardino, California
  603. ^ California Death Index, 1940-1997
  604. ^ 1930 Census - Colton, San Bernardino, California
  605. ^ 1930 Census - Colton, San Bernardino, California
  606. ^ 1910 Census - Elk Horn, McDonald, Missouri
  607. ^ 1920 Census - Colton, San Bernardino, California
  608. ^ 1920 Census - Colton, San Bernardino, California
  609. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  610. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  611. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  612. ^ 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  613. ^ 1850 Census - District 15, Grainger, Tennessee
  614. ^ 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  615. ^ 1910 Census - Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee
  616. ^ 1850 Census - District 15, Grainger, Tennessee
  617. ^ 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  618. ^ 1850, 1860 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  619. ^ 1850, 1860 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  620. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  621. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  622. ^ 1860 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  623. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  624. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  625. ^ 1870, 1880, 1900 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  626. ^ 1910, 1920 Census - Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee
  627. ^ 1900 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  628. ^ 1910 Census - Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee
  629. ^ 1900 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  630. ^ 1910, 1920 Census - Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee
  631. ^ 1910, 1920 Census - Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee
  632. ^ 1910 Census - Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee
  633. ^ 1910, 1920 Census - Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee
  634. ^ 1920 Census - Civil District 3, Union, Tennessee
  635. ^ 1850 Census - District 14, Grainger, Tennessee
  636. ^ 1860 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  637. ^ 1880 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  638. ^ 1860 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  639. ^ 1860 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  640. ^ 1920 Census - Civil District 2, Union, Tennessee
  641. ^ 1920 Census - Civil District 2, Union, Tennessee
  642. ^ 1860 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  643. ^ 1880 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  644. ^ 1860 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  645. ^ 1860 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  646. ^ 1850 Census - District 14, Grainger, Tennessee
  647. ^ 1880, 1900 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  648. ^ 1880, 1900 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  649. ^ 1850 Census - District 14, Grainger, Tennessee
  650. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  651. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  652. ^ 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  653. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 8, Knox, Tennessee
  654. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee
  655. ^ 1930 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  656. ^ 1880, 1900 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  657. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 8, Knox, Tennessee
  658. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee
  659. ^ 1880 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  660. ^ 1900 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  661. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 8, Knox, Tennessee
  662. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee
  663. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  664. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 8, Knox, Tennessee
  665. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 8, Knox, Tennessee
  666. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee
  667. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 8, Knox, Tennessee
  668. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee
  669. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 8, Knox, Tennessee
  670. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee
  671. ^ 1930 Census - Los Pinos, La Plata, Colorado
  672. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 8, Knox, Tennessee
  673. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee
  674. ^ 1920 Census - Knoxville Ward 18, Knox, Tennessee
  675. ^ 1900 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  676. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 8, Knox, Tennessee
  677. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  678. ^ 1900 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  679. ^ 1920 Census - Maryville, Blount, Tennessee
  680. ^ 1930 Census - Decatur, Macon, Illinois
  681. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  682. ^ 1920 Census - Maryville, Blount, Tennessee
  683. ^ 1930 Census - Decatur, Macon, Illinois
  684. ^ 1920 Census - Maryville, Blount, Tennessee
  685. ^ 1930 Census - Decatur, Macon, Illinois
  686. ^ 1900 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  687. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 7, Knox, Tennessee
  688. ^ 1920 Census - Bronx Assembly District 8, Bronx, New York
  689. ^ 1930 Census - Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee
  690. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  691. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 7, Knox, Tennessee
  692. ^ 1920 Census - Bronx Assembly District 8, Bronx, New York
  693. ^ 1930 Census - Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee
  694. ^ 1920 Census - Bronx Assembly District 8, Bronx, New York
  695. ^ 1930 Census - Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee
  696. ^ 1920 Census - Bronx Assembly District 8, Bronx, New York
  697. ^ 1930 Census - Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee
  698. ^ 1900 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  699. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 8, Knox, Tennessee
  700. ^ 1900 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  701. ^ 1910 Census - Knoxville Ward 8, Knox, Tennessee
  702. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  703. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  704. ^ 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  705. ^ 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  706. ^ 1870 Census - District 4, Union, Tennessee
  707. ^ 1930 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  708. ^ 1930 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee
  709. ^ 1930 Census - District 2, Union, Tennessee

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