Allen County Kansas
Allen County Co-coordinators:
Loren Adams, the host for Allen County.
Jude Richardson, email@example.com,
webmaster for Allen County.
- 8/12/2007 - I am trying to identify broken links. If you
come across a link that does not work, please let
- 8/23/2006 - Carol Wilcoxen has been transcribing obits. Check
the obit pages for new surnames.
- 8/23/2006 - I added several Powell's to the Geneva
- Nelda Cuppy has provided links to the Moran
Cemetery records that she posted.
- 2/6/2006 - new feature - Family
Group Sheets/Family History pages - I'm starting this with
some of my own lineages.
- 2/4/2006 - new link - Southeast Kansas Genealogy Society
- 2/3/2006 - I've been working on cemetery pages. Added Maple Grove, Laharpe
and Leanna cemeteries as
well as added to Iola City
and Highland. Also added
a few new obits.
- 8/31/2005 - updated Fairview
Cemetery with several more names and pics.
- 8/28/2005 - added several names and pics to Highland
- Ellison Cemetery
- Moran Cemetery
- from early courthouse records. This is a work in progress and
will be updated from time to time as I have time to work on it.
New items are posted frequently. Visit the new newspaper
items pages. These pages include obituaries, birth announcements
and marriage items.
Are you interested in hosting one of the KsGenWeb orphan
counties? If so contact Debbie
Wafford. Debbie is our Orphan County Coordinator and will
be glad to answer your questions. Information about the responsiblities
of a county host can be found by clicking
Allen County Cemeteries
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Allen County Links
Personal homepages with Allen County
(if you have a homepage with Allen County ties, email
the URL to me)
- Gayle Campbell
has a web page, Gayle's
Gleanings, with Allen County info. She's also a volunteer
for RAOGK for Allen County
- Jack Forsbach
- My site, http://gw.geneanet.org/forsbach,
with Allen County ties
The Herter family lived there and members were buried in the
Iola Cemetery. Jacob Herter died there on 25 Sep 1899. Additionally,
my paternal grandfather, Arnold Heinrich "Henry" Forsbach
lived there beginning about 1905 and worked for the smelters
Iola before moving to a farm near Summerville, Texas County,
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