|Unknown Kansas Location Queries|
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Adams (2), Barnes, Blankenship, Breece, Burgett, Conner, Cox, Eldridge, Harrison, Haskin, Hopkins, Jones, Kaufman, Kleinschmedt, Stafford, Tannie ??? County Kansas, Welton, Woodard
Topic: Charles Edward Breece
From: Genois Holmes firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Sunday, April 30, 2000 09:11 PM
Seeking information on Charles Edward Breece B. Kansas 1865. Unk County.
From: Charlotte Brown email@example.com
Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2000 06:17 PM
Do you know if there is a connection to the Breece's in Bucks County, PA? I have relatives from Bucks County that settled in Wilson, KS. There seems to have been several families from the same area that went to Wilson. Charlotte
Topic: Bertha Mielke Kleinschmedt
From: Arthur Mielke firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Sunday, April 30, 2000 05:42 AM
Looking for Bertha Mielke Kleinschmidt from Stolp, Pomerin, Germany. Do not have husbands name.
Topic: Tannie ??? County, Kansas-Cox/Stafford Family
From: Samantha Edwards Boydstun email@example.com
Date: Saturday, April 29, 2000 05:55 PM
My ggrandmother's birthplace is shown as Tannie County, Kansas on her death certificate. I can find no record of this county at any time in Kansas. I am looking for info on her parents: James Preston COX m. Lydia STAFFORD. The only known child is Nancy Elizabeth Cox b. Jan 3, 1876 d. Jan 5, 1960 Pryor, Mayes, OK. She married George Washington Edwards Jan 22, 1892. George and Nancy had six children: Robert, Roy, Jesse, Tom Ivy, Charlie, and Riley. Most of these children and families stayed in or near Pryor, Mayes, OK. Please Help!!
From: Samantha Boydstun firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Tuesday, May 09, 2000 12:03 PM
Nancy Elizabeth Cox was born in Caney County, KS (from Obit). Still no record of this county ever existing in Kansas. She was the child of James Preston COX and Lydia STAFFORD. She had three known siblings: Francis, Minnie, and Will. Will moved to Lawton,OK.
From: Ardie Grimes email@example.com
Date: Tuesday, May 09, 2000 02:54 PM
There is a Caney (city) and Caney township in Montgomery County, KS. The city sits almost on the KS/OK line.
Topic: Adams/Conner of Delaware tribe
From: Karen Lynn firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Saturday, April 29, 2000 05:00 PM
Gr.gr.gr.grandfather, Delaware indian,named "Mar-Te-Tut-Else,also used alias of John Quincy Adams. Married to Nancy Conner from Indiana. Nancy Conner was sister to Capt. John Conner, former Chief of Delaware Tribe. They had 2 children. Mary Adams & William C. Adams who was relocated from Wyandott to Oklahoma in 1867. Looking for any info. about these Adams. Nancy Conner died in KS. in 1834.... looking for any info.
From: Laura Lucas email@example.com
Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2000 04:29 PM
Can anyone help looking for Frank Welton born 1853 in Wisc. married Nannie Rowland and had a son Charles Henry Welton in Jewell City Kansas in 1883. Charles married Laura Adams in Nebr. Charles is my grandfather. Are they branches on any of your trees?
Topic: Woodard's in Stuttgart , KS
From: Bonnie Buskey firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Tuesday, April 18, 2000 09:39 PM
I am seeking information on Woodard's who settled in or near Stuttgart, KS @1880. Names were Royal Alonzo Woodard, William Woodard, Alonzo & Charlotte Woodard. Charlotte died @1890 and is buried in Stuttgart. Any information would be greatly appreciated. You may e-mail me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Topic: Blankenship, Harrison
From: Michelle Pearson email@example.com
Date: Saturday, April 15, 2000 12:43 PM
I'm looking for info on Henry Webster Blankenship (b Aug 1893 in MO)and his wife Pearl Almarinda Harrison (b Sep 1896 in MO). They moved to KS, and had children: Uila May Blankenship (born 7 Jun 1921 in Liberal, Seward, KS) and twins: Clarice and Clara Blankenship (I don't know where they were born -- I think KS). Henry and "Pearl" (or Almarinda) could have been married in KS. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I do have info on their ancestors.
Date: Saturday, May 13, 2000 05:43 PM
Have you tried Phillipsburg Kansas Owners of theater there years ago?
From: Patricia Kosachunis firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2000 02:34 PM
these names are not familiar, but I believe there were Blankenship's in Montgomery Co., Ks.
Topic: George and Elizabeth (Hopkins) Eldridge
From: Candy Leggett email@example.com
Date: Thursday, April 13, 2000 04:14 PM
Looking for death date and gravesite location for George Eldridge born 1833 PA, his wife Elizabeth Hopkins born about 1840 Indiana, and their daughter Lulu C. Eldridge born 1872 MO.
All were living in Schuyler County MO when the 1880 census was taken; they were not there for the 1900 census.
I have a watch fob, with a symbol possibly denoting membership in the GAR, engraved G. E. Kansas MDIV
their son Claude Alexis Eldridge moved to Independence KS in 1900. He bought partnership of Central Hardware there in 1904, leading me to conclude he had received an inheritance by then.
Where in Kansas are they?
Topic: Max Elsworth Barnes
From: Candace Ruhl firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wednesday, April 12, 2000 11:12 AM
Looking for information.
Topic: haskin/kaufman marriage
From: Lee Hixon lB60@aol.com
Date: Tuesday, April 11, 2000 11:51 PM
In the 1910 census there is a William Haskin with wife Minnie and 3 step-children living in Liberty Township. I am trying to discover their wedding place and date. Minnie is my grandmother. Lee Hixon, LB60@aol.com
Topic: jones, sarah taylor burgett & dau netta estella
From: Grace Petron email@example.com
Date: Saturday, April 08, 2000 07:53 PM
Seeking original burial place for Sarah and names of missionary/pastor who became Netta's, referred to as Stella, foster parents. Expect Baptist because she and her daughters were married in Baptist churches. Sarah died ca 1883 in KS in child birth. Husband James J. who farmed for several years in Mitchell county, was in Indian Territory in 1900 with son. Rumor in family has it Sarah buried in Mo with no stone in a cemetery where no records were kept. This burial would have to have been a removal from somewhere else. Netta & one brother born Ft Scott, other brother in Cawker City Mitchell Cty. Any clues? I've done cemetery records and church research in Mitchell Cty. without results.
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