Vol. 3 - "Cemeteries of Miami County, Kansas" - Page 355 - Paola Cemetery, located on the west side of Paola, Kansas - North Addition I - Section 1, south half - Row 35 - Lot 155 - VIERTH, Joseph H., 1846-1922 "Father"; VIERTH, Florence, 1862-1931 "Mother"; OUTMAN, Pearl, 1877-1922; OUTMAN, (headstone); OUTMAN, Robert L., 1874-1963
In Volume II of the Cemeteries of Miami County, Kansas, published by the Miami County Genealogy Society, on page 85 (Old Louisburg cemetery, Middle Section-South Part, Row 2) I found the following: Lot #M 143, you will find HAGENs: Wilhamena 1871-1887; Henry 1872-1900; John 1840-1908 Co. D, 4NY Vol Cav; Cordelia E. 1841-1929; Charles B. 1882-1944.
The following is from Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas Vol. II, published by the Miami County Historical Society and the Miami County Genealogy Society. On pages 91, in reprint of "Growing Up in Louisburg, 1926-1944" by Phil Thomas, History Writer, in a section called "Part 4 - Other Business and Personages in the Louisburg Area During the Period Being Reported", it says "Charles Hagen, private piano lessons." This appears to have been a multi-part newspaper series that ran in the Louisburg Herald, March 12, 1998; March 19, 1998.
From the 1870 US Census, KS, Paola Twp, Arnold Walden, age 36, farmer, born IL with his wife Rachel 37, born Ohio were located on pae 464. Children living at home: Ozilla(?)_ 11 and Edward 9 both born in IL and Maggie 3 born in KS.
The following is from Family Histories and Stories of Miami County, Kansas Vol. II, published by the Miami County Historical Society and the Miami County Genealogy Society. On pages 294, in the story for Arnold WALDON, in a paragraph discussing his second (first wife Rachel died October 11, 1877) marriage (Dec 14, 1879) to Mary DOLEN, it says "Three children were born to Arnold and Mary, two of whom survived; Charity became Mrs. Lewis and lived in Kansas City, and Katherine became Mrs. McMahon and lived in Paola." Submitted by Isabel Rohrer.
From Vol. 3 - "Cemeteries of Miami County, Kansas" - Pages 472 and 473 - Paola Cemetery, Oak Grove Addition, Southern half, Section II, located in Paola, Kansas - Rows 6 & 7 - Lot 207 - WALDON, "Father" (Small stone at head, probably A. WALDON) WALDON, Edward T., Kansas Pvt. Coast Arty. Corps, March 31, 1934 (G.A.R.) Civil War?; WALDON, Rachel P., wife of Arnold Waldon - Died October 11, 1877, Aged 49y 10m 20d; WALDON, A. (north side stone) 1834-1926, Co G 94th Illinois Vol. Inf. (US Vet.); Mary E., (south side stone) wife of A. Waldon - 1847-19__; WALDON, William J., son of A. & Mary E. Waldon, April 15, 1884-October 16, 1905
"William Joseph Kettler, age 44, b June 18, 1874; farmer, nearest relative - Mary E. Kettler, R#2, Paola, KS, Medium height, slender build, blue eyes, brown hair. Home address R#2, Paola, KS.
Fred Henry Kettler, age 34, b. July 6, 1884; employed as farmer in Miami Twp., Miami Co., KS; nearest relative - John H. Kettler, R#4, Paola, KS. Medium height and build, grey eyes, brown hair. Home address R#2, Paola, KS.
Herman Martin Kettler, age 35, b. Feb. 18, 1883; employed as farmer; nearest relative Fred H. Kettler, R#2, Paola, KS. Medium height and build, blue eyes, brown hair. Home address R#2, Paola, KS.
Henry Dick Kettler, age 39, b. Sept. 27, 1879; employed as farmer; nearest relative - Mrs. Amelia Kettler, R#2, Paola, KS. Tall, medium build, blue eyes, brown hair. Home address R#2, Paola, KS.
Fred Kettler, age 30, b. Dec. 25, 1886, in Paola, KS; employed as farm laborer for Richard Vogel in Varina, IA; single with no dependents. Tall, medium build, gray eyes, light brown hair. Home address R#9, Paola, KS. [Note: card signed by W. W. Bennett, County Auditor, Buena Vista Co., IA.]
John D. Kettler, age 24, b. Apr. 8, 1893 in Paola, KS; employed farming for father; single with no dependents. Tall slender build, grey eyes, light brown hair. Home address Paola, KS."
Old Louisburg Cemetery (next to above) - Middle Section (south part) - Pg. 86 - Row 2 - Lot C 112 - EVANS, Thomas C. (E?), May 19, 1868-June 26, 1946; EVANS, Eva Leona, Feb. 26, 1869-May 12, 1949; STARRY, Sara Effie, 1880-1970; STARRY, N. H., Nov. 6, 1842-Apr. 19, 1914; STARRY, Jennie BONEBRAKE, wife, Aug. 13, 1845-Sept. 7, 1907
Pg. 92 - Row 7 - Lot M 64 - BONEBRAKE, (old book shows burial here, no stone); STARRY, Margaret, wife of Nicholas, died Aug. 8, 1876 71Y 1M 1D verse; STARRY, Nicholas, died Aug. 11, 1879 73Y 8M 23D; WATSON, Isiah H., 1852-1902 (70Y); STARRY, Hannah, wife of George, Oct. 17, 1826-July 16, 1880; STARRY, George B., Sept. 3, 1928-Feb. 11, 1887 [someone MUST have typed this backwards]
Lot M 65 - BORDERS, Maggie, wife of W. M., died Jan. 31, 1890 25Y 11M 17D (William M., died Oct. 15, 1863)
Lot M 66 - SIDE, Sherman, Feb. 21, 1908-?; SIDE, Vivian, May 15, 1900-?; BONEBRAKE, Fredrick Walter, son of L. & C.C., Dec. 23, 1842-Sept. 25, 1894 Co K 33rd Indiana Vol Inf *Civil War marker
Vol. 2 - "Cemeteries of Miami County, Kansas" - Old Louisburg Cemetery (located in Louisburg, KS) - Middle Section, between drives, north of cannon, read east to west and back - Row 1 - Lot 198 - STARRY, Beverly C., May 27, 1873-Oct. 3, 1941; STARRY, Elizabeth C., May 1, 1875-Feb. 5, 1970; STARRY, Lucille R., May 10, 1906-June 19, 1969. Lot 240 - STARRY, Harvey C., 1880-1966; STARRY, Maud B., 1879-1962
Row 13 - Lot 459 - BELL, Horace DHU, Apr. 12, 1844-Oct. 10, 1925; BELL, Cenia Anna KILGORE, Mar. 17, 1849-Oct. 12, 1935; BELL, Mathias DHU, Nov. 26, 1873-May 31, 1959; BELL, Elta Kate McDOWELL, Sept. 18, 1875-July 8, 1952; STARRY, Edward, June 20, 1880-Aug. 11, 1965; STARRY, Nellie E., Aug. 19, 1882-Aug. 31, 1959
New Louisburg Cemetery, Middle, read from south to north - Row 6 - Lot 91 - STARRY, Ivil G., Jr., June 24, 1916-Nov. 10, 1976 Tec5 US Army World War II; STARRY, Hildred B., Mar. 27, 1920-_________
Vol. 3 - "Cemeteries of Miami County, Kansas" - Paola Cemetery, located in Paola, KS - North Addition, Section 1, south half - Row 14 - Lot 70 (The people on this lot may or may not be related. Parts of lots were sold to others.) - STARRY, Fred A., Sept, 26, 1881-Oct. 6, 1932; SKIRVIN, Bessie FESSENDEN, Sept. 10, 1890-Dec 29, 1933; WEST, Benjamin, Nov. 10, 1888-Sept. 17, 1972; WEST, Susie E., Dec. 18, 1883-Oct. 17, 1978; CASIDA, Hattie E., Nov. 18, 1881-June 25, 1960; CASIDA, Fred, Jan. 29, 1882-Jan. 16, 1935
On pages 160 & 161, in the story for Richard "Dick" Roland and Rebecca Frances (BROWN) GOODRICK, it says "He married Rebecca Frances BROWN on November 5, 1900, in Paola. Rebecca was born September 12, 1877, in Otterville, Missouri, daughter of William and Mary E. (GAUS) BROWN. ... parents of four children all of whom were born on the homestead west of Paola ... Ida Edith b. December 2, 1901 d. November 22, 1997 ... Alice Louise b. January 27, 1904 d. October 6, 1997 ... Frank Henry b. January 26, 1907 d. December 25, 1977 ... Lewis Alanzo b. June 28, 1908 ... Rebecca died September 12, 1973, buried in Paola Cemetery, Oak Grove section." There is also a picture of Rebecca and the four children taken in 1912. Submitted by Delores Austin.
On page 271, in the story for Benjamin "Ben" Charles and Alice Louise SMITH, it says Ben "... worked on a farm west of Paola known as Light Hill. It was here that he met Alice Louise GOODRICK, the daughter of Richard and Rebecca (BROWN) GOODRICK . They were married on April 6, 1921, in Paola ..." There is also a picture of Louise and her four children. Submitted by Delores Austin.
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