Ralph Tomlinson came to this county some time before 1889 from somewhere "up north". He married Allie Eona Childs 2/14/1889. Allie was daughter of Daniel Childs and Sally C. ?, long time residents of the area. Allie died 10/11/1895 in Paola and left my grandfather, Clifford Childs Tomlinson without a mother. Some time later Ralph remarried to someone called "Lizzie". This is about all I know about this family.
Vol. III, p 529, Elmwood Addition, Paola Cemetery, Row 22, Lot 193 - Tomlinson, Elizabeth (Walden), b 9 Oct 1868, d 17 Jan 1948; Tomlinson, Ralph, b 2 Dec 1860, d 18 Feb 1907. Vol. III, p. 313, North Addition I, Paola Cemetery, Row 10, Lot 60 - Tomlinson, Ralph W. - KS Wagoner Co. D 117 Ammo TN WWI, b 25 Aug 1892, d 4 June 1959; Tomlison, Susie, b 3 July 1885, d 8 Feb 1965 (The two stones are side by side but have different spellings).
Allie Tomlinson's was the daughter of Daniel Childs and Sarah Caroline (McKinney) Childs.
Could you please look to see if you have a Joseph CRAIG and wife as taxpayers of Miami County in 1878?
William Harris b Mar 1, 1826 d Jan 9, 1916, 116-Vol I
In the Index of Miami Co. Residents and Taxpayers of 1878 there were no listing under the name Joseph CRAIG. There is a listing for J. CREIG in Paola Township at PT1-17-23. Oddly enough, when looking on the maps, it shows 154.24 acres being owned by Mrs C.A. CRAIG. Also noticed other listings of an Archibald and a V.D. CRAIG while looking for Joseph, so there may be a lead for you here.
Volume I of the Cemeteries of Miami County, Kansas, for the Mannen Cemetery in Stanton Township, Miami Co., KS, two references to a William HARRIS. In Lot #9, HARRIS, Susannah, died 11 Feb 1868, aged 42y 6m 5d "wife of Wm." In Lot #13, HARRIS, Mary M., died 21 Jan 1878, aged 43y, "wife of Wm."
Husband: Frank Culberson, Wife: Ruhama (Ruth) Baker died at age: 96 (Born: 17 Jan 1873 in: Richland Twp, Warren Co., IA, Died: 29 Oct 1969, Buried: Beagle Cem., Beagle, Miami Co., KS, Father: William Winfield Baker, Mother: Elizabeth Jane Landon).
Vol 3 - "Cemeteries of Miami County, KS" - Oakwood Cemetery - located next to the river bridge in Osawatomie, KS - Lot 32; ELDER, Nicholas D. - Mar. 1, 1868 - Apr. 3, 1936; ELDER, Minerva L. - Apr. 16, 1867 - Jan. 8, 1855; MEEK, A. F.; ELDER, Nickie - son of N. D. & M. L. Elder - Dec. 31, 1896 - July 28, 1906; ELDER, Ira O. - KS Corp US Army - Oct. 2, 1933 - Aged 45 yrs 7 mo; WRIGHT, Auber - 1881 - 1910; MEEK, A. F. (west side) 1854 - 1910; MEEK, Elizabeth A. (east side) wife of David Meek - Died Aug. 1, 1905 Aged 74 17 days; WRIGHT, Margaret (east side) - Dau. of E. A. Meek - Died Dec. 20 1891 Aged 40 yrs 4 mo 10 days (_______) Mother (Meek or Wright?)
"Franklin Young, born in 1837, in Grayson County, Virginia, was the son of Fielden and Irena Phipps Young. He married Sarah Wolfe in 1860. Sarah was born in 1840, in Smyth County, Virginia, to Daniel and Elizabeth Copenhaver Wolfe. Her Palatine ancestor, Thomas Koppenheffer, immigrated to Pennsylvania from Rubligen, Germany, in 1732. The Koppenheffers (Copenhavers) later migrated to southwestern Virginia. Franklin served with the Virginia forces in the southern cause in the Civil War." Additional information about the Young family but no other mention of the Koppenheffers (Copenhavers).
James T. married 1st Thursey HOUGHLAND/HOUGLAND 18 June 1840 probably in Indiana. They had 9 children: Margaret E. SHAW (b. 1841), Daniel B. CLINE (b. 1843), Nora P. CLINE (b. 1845), Thomas M. CLINE (b. 1847), Salem T. CLINE (b. 1849), Melissa Ann LAW (b. 1851), Nancy J. CLINE (b. 1853), William F. CLINE (b. 1856) and Lewis E. CLINE.
James T. married 2nd Deborah Susan (VANDERSLICE) GOINS 5 Jan. 1864 in Scott Co, IN. They had 2 children in IN: Mary E. CROUCH (b. abt 1864) and Jacob S. (b. abt 1866) then they moved to Miami Co, KS and had 3 more daughters Lilly L. CLINE (b. Jun 1869), D. CLINE (b. abt 1872) and Martha CLINE (b. abt 1875). Deborah Susan already had one son (William G. GOINS) by her 1st husband and later had another daughter, Grace HURST, by her third husband .
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