Lincoln County Kansas Obituaries: Surnames starting with "St-Sw"
Lincoln County Kansas Obituaries
Surnames starting with
STANLEY - Arthur J. Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Feb. 2, 1967
--- Arthur J. Stanley, Sr., founder of a large law firm and father of a federal judge, died Wednesday in a nursing home. He was 92.
Stanley was the father of Judge Arthur J. Stanley, Jr., of the U.S. District court for Kansas. He retired in 1955 as senior partner in the firm of Stanley, Schroeder, Weeks, Thomas and Lysaught, which he founded with his brother, the late Guy E. Stanley, in 1911.
The elder Stanley was born in Lincoln County and prepared for a teaching career. He taught school in Lincoln, Kan., and served two terms as county superintendent of instruction before taking up law. He also served two terms in the Kansas House, in 1898 from Lincoln County and in 1921 from Wyandotte County.
The funeral was Saturday at Lincoln at the Hall Memorial chapel, the Rev. Leroy Smoot officiating.
After his retirement in 1955, Mr. Stanley returned to live in Lincoln where he again took up his lifelong hobby of studying the life and works of Abraham Lincoln.
Mr. Stanley was a member of the Methodist church in Lincoln. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge here, and the Scottish Rite and Shrine in Kansas City, Kan. Mr. Stanley was a member of the Kansas, Wyandotte County, and American Bar associations.
Also surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Juanita Harvey, Kansas City, Kan.; Mrs. Lynnette McBratney, San Jose, Calif.; Mrs. Gerald Peterson, Council Grove, Kan.; and Mrs. Eugene Vader, Kansas City, Kan.; two brothers, Henry J., Kansas City, Kan.; and Ward E. Stanley, Raytown, Mo., and a sister, Mrs. T.L. Harris, Bethel, Kan.
Submitted by Tracee Hamilton [note: no relation].
STARKS --- L. J. STARKS Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, June 30, 1955
---L. J. STARKS, son of Edward and Anna Starks, was born at Tescott on July 8, 1899. He attended school and lived the most of his life in Lincoln County, Kansas. On August 6, 1923, at Pueblo, Colorado, he was united in marriage to Bertha ANDERSON. To this union were born five children. He was a member of the Pleasant Dale Presbyterian Church.
He is survived by his wife and the children, Darl STARKS, Wichita, Kansas; Mildred, wife of R. B. HALL, Kansas City; Everett STARKS, Beloit; Dorothy, wife of Robert HANSEN, Lincoln; and Lyle STARKS with the United States Air Force in Japan; eleven grandchildren, his mother, Mrs. Anna STARKS, Bavaria, Kansas; three sisters, Mrsl May CHRISTENSEN, Beverly; Mrs. Lenora VAN PELT, Bavaria; Mrs. Nellie CLAUSEN, Loveland, Colo; and four brothers, Floyd, Elmdale, Kansas; Roy, Cedar Edge, Colorado; Chauncey and Louis, both of Lawndale, Colorado.
Mr. STARKS was preceded in death by his father in April, 1930, and one brother, Vadie, in February, 1947. The funeral services were held from the Presbyterian Church in Lincoln Monday afternoon with Rev. Hugh BERRY in charge and burial was made at Lincoln Cemetery.
submitted by Bill and Diana Sowers (Note... no known relation to this person.)STEELE --- Mrs. Harriet T. STEELE Lincoln County Farmer, Feb. 12, 1892
---Harriet Tallman Steele was born Nov. 1, 1836, in Scipio, Cayuga Co., N.Y. She married Henry Steele on May 8, 1856. They moved to Kansas in 1871 and settled at Vesper. Here she took an interest in every good work. The church, the Sabbath school, the day school. She was a member of no church on earth, but was a sincere christian. She made her house always appear like a loving, neat, happy home. Her great ambition was to train her son to be a useful man. How she succeeded you all know. He has been the teacher of the youth of this community, and has served his master well.
On Monday, Feb. 1, her son Charley wanted her not to work, as she was too weak and sick to do the work; but she thought she could keep up, so he went to his school, and Mr. Steele went out to do the chores at the barn. He soon heard some one drawing water at the well and thought little of it, but coming in in half an hour afterward he could not find his wife in the house. At last he saw some of her dress floating in the well. You know the rest.
The great, long funeral procession took its way to Monroe cemetery. Before the coffin was lowered it was covered with flowers by the sisters of the Relief Corps, of which Mrs. Steele was once president.
STEINHAUS --- John STEINHAUS The Beacon of Lincoln County Thursday, June 14, 1883.
---Died, Sunday evening, June 10, John, son of Chas and Anna STEINHAUS, of Indiana Township, aged 3 weeks. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. KEISER of the German Lutheran Church. submitted by Bill and Diana Sowers (Note... no relation to this person.)STEVENSON --- Charles L. STEVENSON Lincoln Sentinel-Republican Thursday, March 26, 1936.
---DIED... Charles L. Stevenson
Charles L. Stevenson was born at Koskonnong, Wisconsin, January 2, 1862. He lived there until he was five years old when his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Stevenson moved to Marysville, Iowa. In 1878 the family moved to a farm 11 miles west of Minneapolis [, Kansas... in Ottawa County, just east of Lincoln County... my note]. On Christmas Day, 1883, Mr. Stevenson was married to Cora McReynolds of Lincoln. In 1885 he and his wife moved to a farm south of Beverly where he lived until 1909. His wife died over thirty years ago leaving besides her husband, five sons.
Charles Stevenson and Mrs. Mary Conner were married at Salina December 28, 1909.
In 1909 Mr. Stevenson moved to Beverly where he had charge of the Arkansaw Lumber Company for several years. Later he bought a hardware store which burned in 1925. He was a partner in the Beverly Mercantile for several years until his health failed.
He leaves to mourn his going his widow and five sons, Homer of Salina; Orrel of Portland, OR; Clarence of Saint Joseph, MO; John of Tescott; and Merton of Wichita. The funeral was held Sunday at the Methodist Church in Beverly. Burial was at Hammer Cemetery. Related to: RL Stevenson - email@example.com.STEVENSON --- Mrs. J.K. (Rebecca) STEVENSON Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Nov. 12, 1942 This obituary encompasses three deaths: Lon McKinney, Mrs. J.K. (Rebecca) Stevenson and William Feldkamp.
---Within a period of 24 hours, three persons in or near Lincoln died early this week.
Lon McKinney passed away early Monday morning at the county farm where he had been cared for the last few days of his life.
Mrs. J.K. Stevenson, a resident of Lincoln since 1877, died at 9 o'clock Monday evening at her home.
William Feldkamp, living south of Vesper, died at 4 o'clock Tuesday morning.
All three had been in ill health the last several weeks. Funeral arrangements for Mr. McKinney and Mr. Feldkamp have not be completed. Mrs. Stevenson's funeral is to be held this Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Lincoln Presbyterian church of which she was a member. The minister, Dr. R.L. VANCE, will be in charge.
Mrs. Stevenson was born Rebecca CRAWFORD at Williamsport, Pa., Oct. 6, 1856. She was one of 15 children, four girls and 11 boys, born to her parents. In 1877 she came to Lincoln but returned to Pennsvylania to spend several months with an uncle and aunt, finally coming back to this community in 1878 to spend the remainder of her life. Five years later, in 1883, she was married to Jesse Stevenson and they established their home west and north of Lincoln, living there until they retired to Lincoln which remained home.
Although she was 86 years of age, Mrs. Stevenson remained active until five weeks ago when she suffered a stroke of paralysis from which she never recovered. Her condition gradually became more critical until the end. She is survived by two children, a daughter, Mrs. Lydia Hower of Denison, Kan.; a son, T.c. Stevenson, living on the homestead farm northwest of Lincoln. Her husband and a son, Frank, preceded her in death.
Mc. McKinney had been an invalid for the past few years and had been cared for in Sylvan Gorve until recent months. When no one could be found to care for him, Mr. McKinney was taken to the county farm.
Mr. Feldkamp was one of the well known early day settlers of the south Vesper community. In failing health for nearly five years, he was taken critically ill two weeks ago. He is survived by two children, Miss Lenora Feldkamp and Frank Feldkamp, both of the home, and by four brothers and two sisters, Fred Feldkamp, Louis Feldkamp, Lincoln; Ed Feldkamp, Plainville; August Feldkamp, Natoma; Mrs. Barney Dohe, Mrs. Henry Huehl, Lincoln.
STEWART --- O. V. STEWART Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, August 28, 1941
---Funeral services for the late Oscar Vernon STEWART who passed away at the Brooks-McCune Hospital, Carthage, Missouri, August 15, 1941 at the age of 76 years, nine months and 4 days were conducted by Rev. O.E. ALLISON of the Lawrence Methodist Church at the Rumsey Funeral Home, Lawrence, Kansas, Tuesday, August 19th. Internment was at the Oak Hill Cemetery, Lawrence, Kansas.
Mr. STEWART, son of James and Mary Louisa STEWART was born November 11, 1864 in Madison County, Iowa. He moved with his parents to Dickinson County, Kansas in 1869 and to Lincoln County, Kansas in 1871 where he grew to manhood on the family homestead. He was united in marriage to Ellora Mae PORTER January 1, 1889 to which union were born three children, Ray Edison, Lulu Mae and J. Evert.
He moved to Lincoln, Kansas in 1907 and from there to Little River, Kansas in 1931. About three years later he moved to Lawrence, Kansas where he and Mrs. STEWART have since made their home. He was a member of the Methodist Church and Masonic Lodge No. 154 of Lincoln, Kansas. He was preceded in death by his parents, five sisters and one brother. Surviving him are his wife and three children, Ray E. STEWART of Branson, Missouri, Mrs. F. L. THOMPSON of Borger, Tex., and J. E. STEWART of Denver, Colo. submitted by Bill Sowers (Note... We are not related to this person. We found this obit while looking through the paper.)STITES - Charles William Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Aug. 13, 1942
--- Charles William STITES was born in Franklin County, Illinois, April 3, 1886, and passed away at his home in Lincoln, Kansas, August 6, 1942, in his 77th year.
The family came to Lincoln county March 1, 1875, when he was a boy of nine, settling in the Pleasant Valley neighborhood where he grew to manhood, attending the public schools and later the Kansas Christian College at Lincoln.
December 4, 1980, he was united in marriage with Arie J. STOVER, with whom he lived happily for nearly 52 years. He moved to Lincoln in 1907 and entered the mercantile business in which he continued until his retirement in September 1939.
In his youth, Mr. Stites was converted in a meeting at the Pleasant Valley school house and joined the Baptist church, later transferring his membership to the Lincoln Methodist church.
Besides his life companion, he leaves to mourn his death two sisters, Mrs. S.A. ALTMAN of Lincoln and Mrs. F.S. NICHOLSON of Elk Falls, Kansas; one brother, Lewis STITES, Kewanee, Ill., and two nephews, H.W. and Ray STITES, both of Kansas City, Mo.
Honest, industrious, God-fearing, Charlie STITES, another of Lincoln county's pioneers, has crossed the Great Divide and settled in that new and better Country, where all true prioneers come at last.
Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, August 9, at 8 o'clock from the Lincoln Methodist church, conducted by the minister, Rev. C.E. Spalding, assisted by Rev. R.L. HENDRICKSON, pastor of the Congregational Christian church. Interment was made in Lincoln cemetery.
Submitted by Tracee Hamilton (Note: no relation)
STONEBRAKER --- Sarah Ricketts STONEBRAKER Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Feb. 25, 1932
---Sarah Ricketts STONEBRAKER was born in Wells County, Ind., Feb. 16, 1854, and peacefully passed away at the home of her son, John, Westfall, Feb. 11, 1932, at the age of 76 years, 11 months and 25 days.
She was married to Adam STONEBRAKER Oct. 19, 1872. To this union was born four children, one preceding her in death.
Mr. and Mrs. Stonebraker moved to Lincoln County in 1883, where they homesteaded only a short distance from Westfall, here they endured all the hardships of a pioneer life. Mr. Stonebraker passed away July 31, 1919, and from that time on Mrs. Stonebraker has made her home with her children.
She is survived by three sons, John of Westfall; Otto of Salina; and Jim of Augusta; two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Charity McGEATH of Indiana, Mrs. Cynthia FOREMAN of Michigan; and John RICKETTS of Lincoln; 11 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.
Burial was at the Hammer cemetery.
STOUT --- Nathan A. STOUT Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Oct. 5, 1939
---Nathan A Stout, one of the early settlers of the Beverly community, died unexpectedly at his home in Beverly Monday morning. Apparently in his usual good health, Mr. Stout ate his breakfast and it was a severe shock to Mrs. Stout when she found him dead a short time later on his bed. He was more than 90 years of age.
Mr. Stout came to Lincoln county in 1872 and was closely identified with the pioneer days. His mind was ever keen and alert and he brought pleasure to the many who knew him by his intelligent conversation and interest in both the past and present.STOVER --- [child] STOVER Lincoln County Beacon Thursday Jan. 6, 1881.
---An Infant son of Mr. STOVER of Pleasant Valley died a few days ago.
(Appearing in the Jan. 13, 1881, issue of the Lincoln County Beacon was the following correction to the previous story): In last weeks issue we stated that Mr. STOVER of Pleasant Valley had lost an "infant son." We are informed since that the boy was aged nine years and seven months. submitted by Bill Sowers (Note... We are not related to this person. We found this obit while looking through the paper.)STRANGE --- Aaron Oliver STRANGE Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Nov. 18, 1943
---Aaron Oliver Strange, son of Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Strange, was born in Davis county, Indiana, March 11, 1865, and departed this life early Friday morning, November 12, 1948.
Mr. Strange was the son of a pioneer, coming to Kansas with his parents in 1866. He grew to manhood under the hardships and difficulties of the early settlement in what is now Lincoln county. At an early age he confessed his faith in Christ and united with the Christian church of which his father was the first minister. He remained faithful to his Lord and the church. For nearly 17 years he was teacher of the men's Bible class.
September 28, 1886, he was united in marriage to Hattie Belle Couse. To this union six children were born: Ida Rathbun and Josheph Strange of Lincoln; John Strange, Burlingame, Kansas; Cora Seine, Denver, Colo.; Stella Rathbun, Buhl, Idaho; Earl of the home.
Aaron Strange was a good man, a kind father and a loving husband, a true neighbor in all things. He leaves to mourn the famil, wife and children, one sister, Mrs. Dora Weber of Iowa; a number of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephew, other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held from his home and from the Christian church in Lincoln Sunday afternoon, November 14, 1943, at 3 o'clock. Interment was made in Lincoln cemetery.
(Contributed by David Veh [firstname.lastname@example.org])STRANGE --- Alfred STRANGE Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Feb. 11, 1954
---Alfred Strange, a life long resident of Lincoln county, passes away at his home in Lincoln on Friday, February 5. He was 77 years of age.
Alfred Strange received his education in Lincoln schools and in the old Kansas Christian College in Lincoln. After completing his education, he taught school for 25 years. He is survived by his wife and five children.
Rev R. L. Hendrickson conducted a funeral service for Alfred Strange on Monday afternoon at the Congregational Christian church. Burial was in the Lincoln cemetery.
(Contributed by David Veh [email@example.com])STRANGE --- Alice Couse STRANGE Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, March 6, 1941
---Alice E. Couse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar O. Couse, was born in Broom county, New York, March 24, 1868. She came with her parents to Kansas at the age of nine years and with them endured the hardships of pioneer days. She received her education in Lincoln and after finishing a course from the Lincoln Christian College, she taught school for two terms.
March 31, 1889, Alice was united in marriage to James Aaron Bird. To this union six children were born, two of whom preceded her in death dying in infancy. The family lived on a farm south of Lincoln for a good many years. May 3, 1913, Mr. Bird was called to his reward and following his death she lived with her son, Russell Bird, for several years.
September 29, 1918, she was united in marriage to the Rev. Thomas Strange. He lived less that two years. Soon after his death she went to Scammon Kansas, to care for her father and mother nearly 10 years. Since their death she returned to Lincoln and made her home for the last seven years with her daughter Helen.
An active christian and church worker since early childhood, she was a member of the congregational Christian church, helping wherever she could.
Mrs. Strange has enjoyed the best of health and was buy continuously for others and for her church, and helping in the home. Quilting was a most enjoyable pastime of hers. She was a loving and devoted mother and grandmother, always willing to help everyone.
She suffered a stroke of paralysis Monday morning, February 24, and never regained consciousness. She passed away Tuesday, February 25, at the age of 72 years, 11 months and one day. She leaves four children to mourn her untimely death; Mrs. Myrtle Hobb, Alvin Bird, Russell Bird and Helen Strange, all of Lincoln; five sisters, one brother, 27 grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, February 28, from the Congregational Christian church, the Rev. B. S. Barton in charge, assisted by Rev. T. F. Sowers. Interment was in the Lincoln cemetery, B. G. Hall in charge.
(Contributed by David Veh [firstname.lastname@example.org])STRANGE --- Edward S. STRANGE Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, June 18, 1964
---Services were held May 27 at Calvary Temple Church for Edward S. Strange, 90, who passed away May 23 at his home, 1528 S. Acoma Street in Denver, Colorado. He was the son of the Rev. T.M. and S.A. STRANGE, late of Lincoln, Kansas.
Mr. STRANGE was born in Lincoln county, Kansas, March 30, 1874. He was a devoted and faithful member of Calvary Temple Church.
He taught school and farmed in and near Lincoln County for many years, then moved to Goodland, Ks., where he farmed until moving to Denver, Colo., in 1937. He was a carpenter until his retirement.
He was married to Lula HILLS April 30, 1907, and to this union 12 children were born: Gilbert, Galt, Calif.; Reva SHULDA, Fern SCOTT, Lee and Ervin of Englewood, Colo.; Erma SCOTT and Lyle, Denver; Elma WINE, Aurora, Colo; Albert, Lakewood, Colo.; Virginia WILLIAMS and Jean BIRD, Grand Junction, Colo. One daughter preceded him in death.
He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, Lula, the children, 39 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, his brothers and sisters: Oliver and Mary, Los Gatos, Calif.; Tom STRANGE, Della SHARP of Lincoln Ks.; Rachel HANSHEW, Stromberg, Neb.; Nellie ROBERTSON, Camas, Wash.; Frances Kerr, Oakland, Calif.; and a host of other relatives and friends.
STRANGE --- Lafayette S. STRANGE Lincoln County Beacon, July 2, 1885
---Lafayette S. Strange, son of Elder J.S. Strange, who was so quickly called to eternity by the sad accident of Saturday morning, was a young man whose many good qualities had gained for him a large circle of friends. He possessed those traits of character which would have made him a useful and respected member of society and, in the church of his choice one whose influence for good would have been felt. The parents and friends have the sympathy of the entire community.STRANGE --- Oliver Morton STRANGE Lincoln Sentinel, Aug. 27, 1964
---Oliver Morton STRANGE was born Decmeber 9, 1877, to the Rev. T.M. and Sarah A. STRANGE at Lincoln, Kansas. He passed away at Los Gatos, Calif., Aug. 6, 1964.
He leaves to mourn his passing one brother, Thomas J. of Lincoln; five sisters, Della A. SHARP, Lincoln; Nellie S. ROBERTSON, Camas, Wash.; Rachel HANSHEW, Stromburg, Neb.; Mary STRANGE, Los Gatos, Calif.; and Frances KERR, Oakland, Calif.; nieces and nephews and a host of friends and relatives.
STRANGE --- Rev. Sarah A. Bird STRANGE Lincoln Republican, March 14, 1918
---Sarah A. Bird was born in Davis County, Indiana, May 31st, 1856. Departed this life at her late home, Lincoln, Kansas, March 8th, 1918; age 61 years, nine months and eight days. She was united in marriage to Thomas M. Strange August 5th, 1871. To this union were born fifteen children, five having preceded their mother to the
great beyond. At an early age she gave herself into the Master's keeping, proving herself faithful and loyal to the end. In the year 1894 she heard the definite call of her Master and was ordained by the Christian Church to go and preach the gospel, for which cause she faithfully toiled until the very last. She with her husband, labored long and hard, far and near-laboring in four states: Missouri, Oklahoma, Nebraska and Kansas. She was a charter member of the Christian Church at Lincoln, Kansas, but going from place to place she often changed her membership; finally
came back to her home church to live out her days. She was an earnest Temperance worker; was chosen president of the W. C. T. U. a number of years. Her earthly life ended at the close of day, but it began anew in a larger way in the Heavenly twilight. She leaves to mourn her los, a husband, Rev. T. M. Strange; ten children - E.S. Strange, Barnard, Kansas; T. J. Strange, Brewster, Kansas; O. M. Strange, Lincoln, Kansas; Laura Strange, Lincoln, Kansas; Phoebe Lindenmuth, Springfield, Missouri; Nellie Robertson, Jennings, Oklahoma; Della Sharp, McAllister, Kansas; Francis Barr, Oberlin, Kansas; Rachel Hanshew, Shelby, Nebraska; Mary Strange, Lincoln, Kansas - 27 grandchildren; two brothers, E. F. and George Bird, Lincoln, Kansas, and many other near and dear relatives and
friends. Funeral services were held at the First Christian Church, Lincoln, Kansas, March 11th, 1918. services (sic) conducted by her pastor, assisted by Revs. F. M. Strange and C. E. Huff. Interment was in the Lincoln cemetery. R.L.H. STRANGE --- Susan M Hendrickson STRANGE Lincoln Republican, Nov. 18, 1920
---Susan M. Hendrickson was born in Davis County, Indiana, October 8th,
1835. She grew to womanhood in her native state and during the closing days of the Civil War was united in marriage to J. S. Strange.
To this union eight children were born. Six of these with her husband preceded her in death. Early in life she gave her heart and life to the Christ and was surely faithful until death.
She with her family came to Kansas, settling in what is now known as Lincoln County, then but a vast prairie, where Indians roamed at will, in the fall of 1866. Little do we know of the hardships of these early pilgrims, but we do know that to them we owe an everlasting debt of gratitude. May we reverence their memory and use
their rich heritage to the glory of God.
She closed her eyes in sleep after but a few hours of suffering, November 11th, 1920. So while we celebrated Armistice day she, we believe, celebrated her coronation day.
She leaves to follow on, two children: A. O. Strange, Lincoln, and Mrs. Dorinda Webber, Fairfield, Ia. Many grand children and great grand children and a large number of other near and dear relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held at the First Christian Church of which she was a charter member, November 14, 1920. Service conducted by the pastor. Interment in the Lincoln Cemetery. STRANGE --- Thomas STRANGE Lincoln Sentinel, Oct. 30, 1919
---Rev. Thomas M. Strange was born in Regalville, Ind., June 28th, 1851, and came to the end of his earthly pilgrimage Sunday, Oct. 19, 1919, at 6 p.m.
He came with his parents to Kansas in the spring of 1866. They stopped near Bennington, Kans., during the summer, then in the fall they were joined by Wm. Hendrickson and family when they all moved to Lincoln county, Kansas.
Here he grew to manhood and was married to Miss Sarah Bird on August 15th, 1871. To this union was born 15 children, five of these, whith his first companion, have passed to the Great Beyond. He joined the militia June 6th, 1869, and was mustered in July 12th, 1869, serving until Dec. 1st, 1869, when he was relieved from duty. He was converted to the Christian faith in 1876. He soon heard the Master's call to the ministry and in 1883 he was ordained as a Gospel minister by the Kansas Christian Conference. During his ministry he served fifteen churches.
He leaves to mourn his departure, wife, ten children, Ed. Strange of Barnard, Kas.; Laura and Mary Oliver Strange, Lincoln, Kans.; Thomas Strange and Olla Sharp; Francis Barr, Oberlin, Kansas.; Rachel Hanshaw, Shelby, Neb.; Nellie Robinson, Oklahoma; Phoeba Lindermuth, Springfield, Mo. Besides many grandchildren and host of near and dear relatives and friends.
Funeral service was held at the First Christian Church, Oct. 22, 1919. Services conducted by R. L. Hendrickson, assisted by Revs. Bradbury and F.M. Strange. Interment in Lincoln cemetery.
(Contributed by David Veh [email@example.com]STRANGE --- Una Lucinda STRANGE
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SHREVEPORT, La..... Una Lucinda STRANGE, 82, Shreveport, died Tuesday, April 14, 1998, at Louisiana State University Medical Center, Shreveport. Mrs. STRANGE was born Una Lucinda HANSHEW on Aug. 16, 1915, at Shelby, Neb., and was a resident of Salina, Kan., and Lincoln, Kan., before moving to Shreveport. She was preceded in death by her husband, William Aaron, in 1992, and a daughter, Loreen Jo JACKSON. Survivors include five daughters, Ualetta SINGH of Keithville, [La.], Susie HAMILTON of Tescott, Kan., Lucinda GOODWIN of Shreveport, [La], Margaret BADDERS of Rockport, Texas, and Edna GOULD of Allen, Texas; seven sons, Jerry STRANGE of Concordia, Kan., Aaron STRANGE of Wright City, Okla., David STRANGE of Abilene, Kan., Paul STRANGE of Waxahachie, Texas, Mark STRANGE of Muskogee, Okla., Joseph GIMPLE of Kansas City, Mo., and Denver GOULD Jr. of Milwaukee; many grandchildren and many great-granchildren. A memorial service will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Lincoln, Kan., Cemetery, the Rev. Bob Aills officiating. (Submitted by Edna Gould - firstname.lastname@example.orgSTRANGE --- Rev. William Aaron STRANGE. Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, 17 September 1992
William (Bill) Aaron STRANGE, 80, died at St. John's Hospital in Salina on Saturday, September 12, 1992. He was born September 11, 1912, in Lincoln, the son of Joseph and Vallie STRANGE. Bill was an ordained minister who preached extensively and specialized in a one-to-one friendship ministry. Bill and his wife Una, enjoyed 55 years of marriage and 10 children. Bill and Una raised four grandchildren; Joseph GIMPLE, Navy; Margaret BADDERS, San Antonio, Texas; Edna GOULD, Navy; and Denver GOULD, Abilene. Bill was preceeded in death by his daughter, Loreen Jo JACKSON, and her husband, Gary JACKSON. Survivors include his wife, Una; six sons, Geral STRANGE and wife Billie of Clarksville, Texas, Jerry STRANGE of Tescott, Aaron STRANGE and wife Judy of Wright City, Oklahoma, David STRANGE and wife Karen of Abilene, Paul STRANGE and wife Jackie of Waxahachie, Texas, and Mark STRANGE and wife Teresa of Hulbert, Oklahoma; three daughters, Ualetta SINGH and husband Krishna of Shreveport, Louisiana, Susie HAMILTON of Tescott and Lucinda GOODWIN and husband Don of Abilene; 37 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. Graveside services were held Wednesday, September 16, at 2:00 p.m. at Lincoln Cemetery, the Rev. Carson Johnson officiating with a memorial service following at Abilene Foursquare Church. (Contributed by Edna Gould - email@example.com STRATTON --- Charlie L. Lincoln Republican, March 10, 1887
---Died at Rocky Hill March 4, Charlie L., son of William and Mary STRATTON. Deceased was born at Sumner, Michigan, April 12, 1872. Three weeks before his death, he came from his native state to the house of his sister Mrs. Dickinson, accompanied by his father and mother. The funeral was conducted at the Rocky Hill school house, by Rev. W.D. Ward, last Sabbath afternoon, a large number being in attendance. His remains now rest in the Lincoln cemetery. Charlie was prepared to go, and with this thought the saddened relatives are comforted.SULSAR --- Joseph SULSAR Lincoln Beacon, April 8, 1880
---On Thursday, April 1st, Joseph SULSAR, another citizen of Cedron. Mr. SULSAR was a man well along in years, and the father of Mrs. George STITES of Indiana township. Thus in one week has Lincoln county lost two of her best citizens. (Referring to the death of Thomas Twibell four days earlier) [Buried Spillman]SULSAR --- Perry Neal SULSAR Lincoln Sentinel Republican, Thursday, June 30, 1955
---Perry Neal SULSAR was born January 15, 1942, in Lincoln County, Kansas, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward SULSAR and passed away June 11, 1955. Perry lived his entire life on the farm with his parents near Ash Grove. He was active in community affairs and 4-H work. He accepted Christ at an early age and was faithful to the church and attended the public shool in Ash Grove.
He leaves to mourn his passing his parents, one brother, Lyle of Salina, his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Scott SULSAR of the home and Mr and Mrs. John HILL of Salina; his sister-in-law, a niece and nephew, as well as many other relations and friends. Funeral services were held at the Ash Grove Church Tuesday June 14 with Rev. HUMFEID of Beloit in charge. Burial was made in the Spillman Cemetery.
submitted by Bill and Diana Sowers (Note... no relation to this person.)SWINTON --- Cora Mae SWINTON Lincoln Sentinel-Republican, Thursday, July 21, 1955
---Cora Mae SWINTON, the last of the old pioneers in the Victor community, died at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McQUILLAN at 8:30 p.m., July 9, 1955. The deceased was the daughter of Sarah WINTHROP and John Currier PEAVEY. She was born in Pawnee City, Nebraska, September 10, 1863, being aged at the time of her death, 91 years, nine months and 29 days. She came to Mitchell County, Kansas, in a covered wagon in 1874 at the age of ten years. She was the last of a family of six.
She was married to Walter SWINTON in Beloit, Kansas, February 28, 1882. To this union were born six children, all of whom living except Mrs. Ida EWING, who died in 1925. The surviving children are Gladys McQUILLAN, Vesper, Kansas; George and Ray of Beloit, Kansas; Alvin of Hunte, Kansas; and Mrs. J. A. (Mae) WICK of Cedar Ridge, Colorado. There are twelve grandchildren, twenty-four great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren. Mr. SWINTON preceded her in death in 1929.
...Funeral services were arranged by the Hall Funeral Home at Lincoln, Kansas, and wer held at the Round Springs Church in Mitchell County, Wednesday afternoon, July 13, with Rev. Gilbert PETERS officiating... Burial was in the Round Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were Wayne EWING, Harold EWING, Urban EWING, Wilfred SWINTON, Don SWINTON, grandsons, and James FARRAND.
submitted by Bill and Diana Sowers (Note... no relation to this person.)