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201 1830 Taylor, Zana (I2481)
 
202 1830 CENSUS listed a Sanford Jewell in Spencer Kentucky Jewell, Sanford (I1755)
 
203 1830 census lists a James Cummins in Barren Co Ky. Cummins, James (I3769)
 
204 1830 in Morgan Co. Alabama Owned Plantation in miss on blue mountain
Served in Mississippi Legislature as senator in 1842 43 44 
Brougher, Frederick C. (I328)
 
205 1830 resided in Hart Ky. at age 25. Married Prudence W. Munford 1835
1840 Hart Co Ky.
1850 Hart Co Ky
1860 died Hart Co at 55yrs. 
Dale, James (I4369)
 
206 1835 Wilkerson, Mary Elizabeth (I1042)
 
207 1840 CENSUS Sugar Creel, Green Ohio 2white males 10-14 1white male 15-19 2 white 20-29, 1 white male 50-59, 1 white female 15-19, 1 white female 20-29, 1 white female 50-59


1850 CENSUS: Lewis age 62, Temperance 57, John Bingaman 26, Jacob Bingaman 30. Christophe Bingaman 22 and George Cain 19. Think he might be Temperance’s brother.
Close up of Census says; Lewis Bingaman 62 is a farmer value of land 3500 born in NC .Temperance 57 born in NC. John Bingaman 26 wagon maker b. Ohio. Jacob Bingaman farmer, Christopher Bingaman wagon maker. George Cain 19 wagon maker. Living next door is Daniel Cain 98 farmer born . Sarah Cain 72 born NC? Henry Bingaman 31 wagon maker $600 born Ohio.

1860 CENSUS Lewis Bingerman (spelling) 72 born in North Carolina living in Spring Valley Green Co Ohio, Temperence 69, Henry 40, Jacob 38. David 11



I am still searching the Bingamans/Bingamons as to whether they were English, Irish, German, or what.  Some tell me they were German.  I cannot prove they were not German; however, my gut says no.  

Do you have any pictures of Lewis Bingamans, Bingamans, and or Temperance?  

I would love to share info with you if you like.  

Thank you for getting in touch with me,

Mary Bingamon Haller
oakhill89@gmail.com 
Bingaman, Lewis (I5278)
 
208 1850 Austintown Mahoning Co Ohio. Charles was 19 years old. Living with Ezekial Woodard age 32 who was a Blacksmith
1860 in Missouri Andrew Co Savannah. Charles and Catheine ages 29 and 26 were living with Edmond and Seyhethy Long in a boarding house. Charles was a blacksmith now. He also wasa REal Estate and insurance Agent. 
Dabney, Charles (I3212)
 
209 1850 census
1860 census age 19 living with parents. and siblings

1910 census living in Ghent Carroll Kentucky married to Sarah C. his age is 69years born 1841

Listed in Kentucky death records 1852-1953 died in barren, mother Ann Maddox father Marshall Gardner Barren, white born 14 aug 1841 
Gardner, George T (I4485)
 
210 1850 CENSUS 32 years old husband 51, childre: Srah F 17, Mary Jane 15, Margaret Anne 12, Susan 8, Fetqthea 7, Ganetta 5, Josephina 3, Arabella 0 Jane Poor 70 and Lucky Haley 14 living in Goochland Va. Poore, Angelina (I2847)
 
211 1850 CENSUS emily listed as living with parents Ignatius and Frances and siblings in Barren Co Kentucky age 10 years.

1860 CENSUS Emily is listed as living in Barren Co kentucky age 16 years born about 1844. No one else is listed with her. 
Maddox, Emily (I353)
 
212 1850 census for Hart ky. lists Abram Dale age 45, wife Martha 34, Caroline 10, Martha 8, Lewis J. 6, Sarah J. 5, Samuel A. 3 all born in Kentucky. Dale, Abraham (I1173)
 
213 1850 CENSUS Indian, Ohio Co.Divsion 2.

Ancestry.com listing says Mary Jane shaffer married Seymour Church Aug22, 1854 at age 19 years in winterset, Madison Co Iowa. this date is different than what I had found earlier. Not sure which is correct.
1860 CENSUS of Madison Co show:
Church, Seymore 51, m , oh
Mary J 23 f in
Benjamin 20 m oh
Malinda 18 f oh
Emily 11 f oh
Seymore 9 m oh
Calvin J 5 m il
Cassius M 4 m ia
Manson 2 m ia

1880 census Seward Co Nebraska show Mary Church wife of Seymore as 43 yrs born in indian Father born Pa and mother Indiana with 7 children Calvin 25, Henry 17, Julia 16, Grandville 14, Charles 11, Harry 5, and Nevada female age 2yr. Also says that all childaren but Calvin were born in Iowa Calvin in Ill. She had been married before Richmond.
1900 CENSUS Iowa, Taylor Co living with her son John L Shafer.
Bee Neb
1910 CENSUS living near Charles and his family
Believe she lived to be 100yrs. There is a document with names Milton H Church and wife Mary A Church in Sewart Co Neb sold land 1869 march 10.
maybe born in Doniphon Neb??
1920 CENSUS McKinley, Garfield, Oklahoma age 85years

Obit of May JANE Church: February 13,1930 notice. Found on internet

Death of Jane Church 17 Jan 1930 Enid, Garfield Oklahoma

Mrs. Jane Church, a sister of Andrew Shaffer and an aunt of Mrs. Jim Williams, Mrs. M. E. Seevers and Mrs. R. V. Garrett all of this county, died Friday, January 17th at the University hospital at Enid, Oklahoma. Mrs. Church was a former resident of this county and was 94 years of age at the time of her death. She and her husband, Seymour Church left Madison county over 30 years ago.

She was born in Indiana, August 11, 1835. her husband died in 1902.

Six sons survive her; Calvin of Bennett, Nebraska; Cash Richmond of Doniphan, Nebraska; Henry of Selling, Oklahoma; Granville of Carlmen, Oklahoma; Harry of Branson, Colorado and Charles of Hillsdale, Oklahoma. Mrs. Church had made her home with the latter son during the past eleven years. Besides her sons she leaves 46 grandchildren; 66 great grandchildren; and several great great grandchildren.

One son and two daughters have preceded her in death.

Rev. Snodgrass of the Central Christian church at Enid, had charge of the services and she was buried in the Enid cemetery.


Her OBIT> say she left 46 grandchildren and 66 great grandchildren and 7 great great grandchildren. One son and two daughter had preceded her in death. 
Shaffer, Mary Jane (I28)
 
214 1850 CENSUS lists her as 5 years old living with family in Barren Co Kentucky.

1860 CENSUS listed as 12 years old living in Barren Co Kentucky. born about 1848 
Maddox, Susan (I355)
 
215 1850 CENSUS living in goochland age 40 with wife 34 and 3 children Poore, John W. (I2844)
 
216 1850 CENSUS living with motherNancy and wife Mary 16 years and siblings in White River Indiana as a laborer, born in Virginia
Farmer
May have moved to Iowa in 1855 and Nebraska in 1878
Hulda was in 1900 census living with Hank a son Bee Nebraska.
There is a Charles W Poor who served in Civil War 6th Cav Co I cpl and 27th inf Co E cpt no ideas if related.
Have photo of him in full beard.
Marriage record found in randolph Co Indiana June 27,1850. Also lists: Elizabeth Cain to Zachariah Kee Jan 8 1835, Nancy Cain to John Lring 1841, Sarah Cain to Isom Bragg 1834, Mary Cain to Henry harris 1842 Augustus Cin to Rebecca Spillers 1849 and Hardy Cain to Nancy Baugh 1842.
1860 CENSUS William 31 and Hulda 25 living in Independence,(Newton) Jasper Iowa with children John 8, William 6 and Morris 1

1870 CENSUS Living in Newton, Jasper county Iowa he was 42, Hulda 33, John 17, William 16, George 7, Charles 3 and Frank 5months.

1880 CENSUS living in Seward Nebraska Precinct B wife Huld. Birthdate listed 1829 in Virginia children listed at home: William 26 listed as farmer, George 17 at house, Charles 13at school and Frank 11years at school. He is listed as a farmer. aslo living in the area not next door, but brother John G Poore and his family and Thmas and his wife and family and Seymore Church and his children 
Poore, William Harrison (I19)
 
217 1850 census Lordstown Trumbell Co Ohio
1880 census Grand River Township Madison Co Iowa 
Church, Ann (I4061)
 
218 1850 CENSUS Robert R. is listed as 37 years old born in Virginia. His wife Emily is 38 and born in Tennessee and their children: James B 17 years, Frances A. 16 years, William A 14 yers and Robert W. as 9 years alll children were born in Kentucky. The family was living in BARREN Co Kentucky in 1850. Jewell, Robert P (R) (I201)
 
219 1850 CENSUS Salley is living in Baren Co, Kentucky with her parents and siblings she is 22 years old. Parents Ignatius and Frances 57 &45, Amy, Mary Lucinda, Emily, Judy, Susan, James A 24 and Ignatius 14. Maddox, Sally (I350)
 
220 1850 CENSUS Ward Township Randolph Co Indiana ,Hardy Kane 32, Nancy 28, Mary 8, Margaret 5, John B. 3, Elizabeth 2 months.

NAME:
Hardy Cain
AGE IN 1860: this line was born in Mississippi guessing not ours
46
BIRTH YEAR:
abt 1814
BIRTHPLACE:
Mississippi
HOME IN 1860:
Franklin, Mississippi
GENDER:
Male
POST OFFICE:
Meadville
VALUE OF REAL ESTATE:
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HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS:
NAME
AGE
Hardy Cain
46
Emely Cain
42
William Cain
22
Hulda Cain
20
George Cain
18
Amazon Cain
12
Susan Cain
4
Babe Cain
2



I need any information on Frederick Crider who married Susanna Arnold, parents of Emily Crider who married Hardy Cain. He was alive in 1850--and age 82. Susanna was 70. When did Frederick and Susanna die? Where buried? Any tombstone?
Found this a message board for Hardy Cain???

Frederick Crider
Posted on: 24 Jan 2000, by Mike
Localities > North America > United States > States > Mississippi > Counties > Franklin
...any information on Frederick Crider who married Susanna Arnold, parents of Emily Crider who married Hardy Cain. He was alive in 1850--and age 82. Susanna was 70. When did Frederick and Susanna die? Where burie...

Emily Crider Cain is my gg grandmother on the Carraway side and Susanna Crider Laird (Lard) is me gg grandmother on the Laird Side of the family. Would like to hear more about the cemetery behild the Nettles place. I am related to the Nettles family on the Laird side and Arnold on the Cotten side and through a couple of marriages. Tom 
Cain, Hardy (I5253)
 
221 1850 census William and rebecca are listed in Hart Kentucky. He is 41, she is 39. childre: Payton 16, sarah A 12, Frances 10, Joseph 4 and Hiram 2. all born in Kentucky Anderson, William (I1636)
 
222 1850 CENSUSS living at home with parents and siblings in Barren Co Kentucky Age 12 years. Maddox, Lucinda (I352)
 
223 1850 moved to Ohio Sleasman, George (I1283)
 
224 1854 Williams, Frances (I420)
 
225 1855-1925 CENSUS Kansas living in Lincoln, Kansas she is 11 and her brother Henry Bohning Jr.is 7 no other children, father Henry was 37 this census was taken 1 March 1885.

1900 CENSUS Dora Gooch born Oct 1874 in New York living in Graham Kansas with husband George 38 and children: Henery Gooch 6, Mary J. 3 and Gracie Gooch 10/12. They have been married 7 years.

1910 CENSUS she was 36 born in New York living in Blaine, adams Co., Nebraska. She is head of the house with four children: Mary Gooch 13, Grace Gooch 10, Rosse Gooch 7 and Annie Gooch 4.

1920 CENSUS Living in Hastings, Nebraska married to William Poore he is 66 she is 44. Living next door to his brother George and his wife Viloa. Occupation is Cattle raiser (industry daily court) Owns his own home.

1930 census says she was born in New York and her parents were from Germany. She is 56 years old and her husband William is 75years old.

1940 CENSUS she was 66 born abt 1874 in New York living in Hastings Nebraska where she owned her house. Living next door to sister.in.law Viola . 
Bohning, Dora Louise (I3685)
 
226 1860 CENSUS Mrshall Gardner living in Barren Co Kentucky 45 years old born in Virginia
1870 CENSUSiving not too far from Thomas H Maddox. son of William P Maddox Amy the wife's nephew.

1900 CENSUSMarshal has died, there is a grandson with the name Marshal Gardner living with his grandmother Amy and his parents Samuel and Manda Garder. and two sblings of grandson Marshal Amon and Becca.

Records show that this couple and their children and his parents were made Mormans in the 1990’s found under Earl Jones Genealogy under earl jones 11-20-15 - aqwg1354 - Earljones.net 
Gardner, Marshall (I558)
 
227 1860 census 14 years living with parents and siblings Gardner, Mary (I4477)
 
228 1860 CENSUS 19 years old Metcalf Co Kentucky Noother info given. Jewell, Robert W. (I206)
 
229 1860 CENSUS 3 years old living with family Hart, Kentucky


1870 CENSUSLucy Bell Maddox is 12 years old living with her parents, 8 siblings and her grandmother TD Chapman 66years old
1880 CENSUSIn Horse Cave Ky , Dau to James A. Mother was not living at this time she was 23 years old and living with father and siblings.
Buried in Maddox Cemetery on Bales Farm Hart Co. Kentucky near her father , mother, sister Mary Frances and brother Charles

1900 CENSUS Lucy Maddox single living in Cave City

1910 CENSUS Living in household of RuthKirtley with other people maybe boarder others names are: Ruth Kirtley 57 years, Will P Kirtley 35 Nancy Chancey 18 yrs Louise Wilson 71 and Thomas P Kutley (maybe Kirtley) 32. on Horse Cave Hart Kentucky 
Maddox, Lucy B (I136)
 
230 1860 census 9 years living with parents and siblings, Barren Gardner, Ewing (I4479)
 
231 1860 census C. B. 8/12 Gardner, Beth (I4482)
 
232 1860 census James 17 living with his parents Barren Ky and siblings.

1870 census lists James R. 28 white farmer, amanda 26 keep house, Martha 8, Maary 6 and Elias infant? Jon 2 
Gardner, James Marion (I4476)
 
233 1860 census listed as A O. age 3 maybe Alice Gardner, Alice Ophelia (I4481)
 
234 1860 census Lucinda age 6 think this is Lucy. Gardner, Lucy ( lucinda) (I4480)
 
235 1860 census show Joseph b-South Carolina and Ellen b-Georga
1850 show Joseph b-North Carolina eleanor b-Tenn and living in Blue, Jackson, Missouri by Independence, Mo

Ancestory shows this: Born in Shelby, iIlinois, USA on 1811 to Joseph Baker and McWherter. Joseph Henry married Elizabeth Dunlap. Joseph Henry married Ellen Holvery Hooper and had a child. Joseph Henry married Kezish LeGrande and had 2 children. Joseph Henry married Eliza Josephine Womack and had 17 children. He passed away on Dec 1902 in Reynolds, Missouri, USA. 
Baker, Joseph Henry Jr. (I51)
 
236 1860 living with parents he is 11 years.

1870 census lists a William H Gardner 30 years white farmer and a Lucy J 19 years keeping house, this may have been his sister.

William M. Gardner died 1911 Barren Co Kentucky, his father was marshall Gardner and mother annie Madday (maybe Maddox)/ 
Gardner, Wm M. (I4478)
 
237 1860CENSUS listing her husband and children Cain, Sarah (I5252)
 
238 1870 CENSUS living at home with paents and siblings he was 17 /william E was brother age 22
1875 MARRIAGE
1880 CENSUS Randolpj Mc Lean co illinoise children Hugh 4, Charles 3, and Eva M 1.
1889 CENSUS Randolph, McLean Co Illinois
1900 CENSUS Bloomington City McLean Co Illinois 804E. Walnut
1910 CENSUS Bloomington same as above
1917 Bloomington
1920 Bloomington
B.W. Lucas is shown in the 1920 cencus in McLean Co Illinois. living with them on 1920 census are: Charles Ortman 33, Ada Ortman 32 (their daughter)
Have photo of Ben and Maggie Lucas saved on desktop 2012
1880 lived Randolph McLean Illinois, 1900 bloominton, 1910 Bloomington, 1920 bloomington died in Bloomington in 1925 and buried in Blooming grove Cemetery
1925 Death Bloomington 
Lucas, Benjamin Walter (L) (I155)
 
239 1870 and 1880 live in Lacon Illinois
Graduated from Rush Medical College
1900 residence Lacon City, Marshall, Illinois.

Isaac H. REEDER, MD
REEDER, Isaac Harrison, M.D.
Isaac Harrison REEDER, M. D., of Lacon, with one exception, is the oldest practitioner in Marshall county, and is probably personally known by more people than any other of its honored citizens. He is a native of Montgomery county, Ohio, born near Dayton, July 27, 1824. His parents, Jacob and Frances (CRANE) REEDER, were both natives of Pennsylvania, from which state his grandfather, Daniel REEDER, emigrated in the early childhood of Jacob, locating at North Bend, on the Ohio river. At that place Jacob grew to manhood and wooed and wed Frances CRANE, whose parents were also numbered among the pioneers of that part of Ohio. Their wedding was celebrated in the city of Cincinnati, and they continued to reside in Ohio until 1834, when they removed to Illinois, locating just east of the present city of Lacon, on a beautiful tract of land overlooking the Illinois river. A settlement had been made at this point a short time previously and a village had been platted to which was given the name Columbia. This entire section of country was then a part of Putnam county.
The tract secured by Jacob REEDER comprised about three hundred acres of government land, which he proceeded to improve and where he remained with his family until 1837, when he sold to the Fenn Colony, which came to this locality from Cincinnati. That colony established the present city of Lacon, and secured the division of the county. On selling his farm he removed to the vicinity of the present village of Washburn, which was farther form the river, and where he thought his family would be less exposed to ague, which was prevalent in the county at that time. Purchasing an improved farm, he continued to reside thereon until old age made it incumbent on him to retire from active work, when he removed to Metamora, and made his home with a daughter, with whom he lived until his death in 1875, in his eighty-eighth year.
Jacob Reeder was a man of home tastes and habits, caring little or nothing for the applause of the world. For almost his entire life he engaged in tilling the soil, planting and sowing with an abiding faith that God would give the increase. He never sought, nor would he accept public office, although a man of strong political views. In early life he was an advocate of the principles of the whig party, but when that party, which numbered among its leaders such men as Henry Clay and Daniel Webster, passed out of existence, he affiliated with the republican party, being by nature and education a strong anti-slavery man. In his religious convictions he was a Presbyterian, strongly rooted in the peculiar views held by that old and highly conservative body of people. In his family relations, while tender and considerate, he was yet firm in his discipline and required perfect obedience from his children. He was what might be termed an ideal man. For many years he was an elder in the church, and was one of the first members of the Presbyterian church of Lacon. His good wife was also a member of that denomination, and was a worthy helpmate of such a man. She preceded him to the better world some ten years, dying in 1865.
Jacob and Frances REEDER were the parents of eight children, all of whom grew to maturity. Of this number Addison was a machinist by trade, and died at Bloomington, Illinois, in 1887. Thomas was for many years a large farmer residing near Minonk, Woodford county, Illinois, but died in Idaho about 1891. Susan, now the widow of William ROCKWELL, resides in Henry, Marshall county. Isaac H. is next in order of birth. David, who was a resident of Decatur county, Kansas, died March 6, 1896, in his seventieth year. Jacob is a mechanic, residing at Metamora, Illinois. Frances, who was the wife of Price F. KELLOGG, died in 1895. Rebecca, who was the wife of Lucien CANNEY, of Pontiac, Illinois, died about 1876.
The subject of this sketch remained with his parents until seventeen years of age, attending subscription schools of the neighborhood in winter months, and assisting in the cultivation and improvement of the farm the remaining seasons of the year. He was then apprenticed to Mr. BURLINGHAM, of Lacon, to learn the blacksmith’s trade, with whom he remained until twenty-one years of age, receiving for his services during the entire period only his board and clothes. Being of a naturally studious nature, while engaged in learning his trade, he borrowed and eagerly read a number of valuable books, thus storing his mind with useful knowledge. From Dr. BOALS he borrowed a chemistry, which he carefully studied, and from another he secured a grammar. For months he almost continually had his books on the forge before him, which he read and studied as he blew the bellows.
When his four years’ term of service was up, our subject commenced life without a dollar, receiving no assistance whatever from his employer. His trousers were out at the knees, his shirt ragged, his coat hardly fit to be worn, but he had grit and determination, and at once commenced work at his trade as a journeyman, continuing as such until he had laid by enough money with which to purchase a set of tools, when he opened a shop at Metamora, Woodford county, where he operated some three or four years. He was then taken sick and his physician, Dr. WHITMIRE, now, as well as then, residing at Metamora, decided that he must abandon his trade. While convalescing he read some of his physician’s medical works and became greatly interested in a skeleton which the doctor had in his office. For some two or three months he continued to read such medical works as were at his disposal, with only the thought of passing away the time.
Consulting with his physician as to what calling or profession he should adopt for the future, Dr. WHITMIRE, much to his surprise, advised him to continue the study of medicine and qualify himself for a physician. The idea struck him as amusing, as he had never given the subject any serious consideration, but later he decided to follow the doctor’s advice. Selling his shop and tools, he entered the office of Dr. WHITMIRE, and under his instruction pursued his studies. Being a good vocalist, he taught singing school, thereby securing the means with which to pay his board. He also saved enough to pay his expenses through one term of Rush Medical college, which he attended in the winter of 1848-9.
At the close of his first course of lectures, he returned to Metamora without a cent in his pocket. His old preceptor then advised him to locate at some good point and enter upon the practice of his profession, thus gaining some practical knowledge before completing his course. This he decided to do, and therefore located at Lexington, Illinois, as assistant to Dr. Barnd of that place. He remained with the doctor about three years, saving every cent possible, that he might again enter college, completing the full course. While with Dr. Barnd he had large and varied experience, doing much of the country practice, taking long drives day and night, in rough and stormy as well as pleasant weather.
Returning to college in the fall of 1851, our subject pursued his studies and graduated with honors in February, 1852, receiving his diploma from Rush Medical college. About the middle of the term, however, he came very nearly leaving the college, and possibly abandoning all thought of ever continuing in the profession. His funds were about exhausted and he had no other source of supply. A roommate, Abner HARD, late of Aurora, was in about the same fix, and what to do was the question. His friend proposed the securing of a room and together keep bachelor’s hall. The back room of a doctor’s office was placed at their service, and there they lived during the remainder of the term, at a cost not exceeding ten cents each per day, their diet being principally bread and water. But this served to brace them up, and as stated, Dr. REEDER received his diploma in February, 1852. Another difficulty now arose. He had not money enough to pay his expenses from Chicago to Lacon. The railroad had not yet traversed this region, and the fare by stage was seven dollars. Borrowing five dollars of a friend in Chicago, he took the stage for his old home, arriving safely with one dollar in his pocket. Hen the walked to Metamora, and there borrowed five dollars of his sister with which to pay the Chicago loan, and again returned to his old field of labor, Lexington, Illinois. However, he remained there but a short time, when he received an offer from his cousin, Dr. Robert BOAL, of Lacon, of a partnership with him in practice at that place. Back to Lacon he came, and the partnership thus formed continued until near the beginning of the war.
The firm of Boal & Reeder succeeded in building up a fine practice, but in October, 1862, Dr. REEDER was commissioned surgeon of the Tenth Illinois Volunteer Infantry by Governor Yates, and joined the regiment at Nashville, Tennessee. He was then in active service until the surrender of Atlanta in the fall of 1864. At the battle of Stone river, he, as field surgeon, did efficient service. The Tenth Illinois Infantry distinguished itself in the battles of Stone river, Chickamauga and other engagements in that campaign, and Dr. REEDER was ever at his post of duty. While his inclinations were to remain with the boys in the field, he resigned his commission in the fall of 1864, and returned to Lacon. He has never, however, lost his interest in the stirring events of that day, and has continued his membership with the Army and Navy Medical association.
On returning home the doctor at once resumed practice, and has since continued to reside at this place, and for a period of almost half a century has ministered to the physical wants of the people of this vicinity. His experience in the army and his recognized skill as a surgeon has given him a reputation not only throughout Marshall, but in adjoining counties, and his services have frequently been called into requisition in difficult surgical operations for many miles around. By his skill as a physician and surgeon, he has built up a large and lucrative practice, placing him and his family in comfortable circumstances. For many years he has been a member of the North Central Medical association and the State Medical society, and has served as president of the former body. The medical journals of the country have been enriched by his contributions, and in all matters pertaining to his profession, he has endeavored to keep abreast with the times.
Dr. REEDER was united in marriage with Miss Dorcas LUCAS, at Bloomington, Illinois, February 21, 1850, and together they have traveled life’s pathway for a period of forty-six years. She has been a worthy wife of a worthy husband, and her wise counsels and loving ministrations have been an encouragement to him as he has gone in and out among the people in the discharge of his professional duties. Two loving daughters came to bless their union. Flora is now the wife of Charles E HOYT, of Lacon. She is a musician of more than ordinary ability, and her voice is often heard in public to the delight of all, while as a pianist her ability is acknowledged by all. May, the second daughter, died in September, 1876, in her eighteenth year. She had but a few months previously graduated form the Lacon high school, and the future was bright before her. Being very ambitious, she worked too hard that she might graduate with honor, and her death followed from heart paralysis. She was a loving young woman, the joy of parents and the friend of everybody.
While a strong republican and very pronounced in his views, Dr. REEDER has never sought office, and has devoted his entire time to his professional, social, educational and religious duties. For years he was a member of the school board, and for some time was its chairman. Realizing the difficulty in his own case of securing an education, he strived to give a more favorable opportunity to others, and by his active interest and wise counsel much of the success attained by the Lacon public schools is due. A lifelong member of the Presbyterian church, he has given much thought to the Master’s work. He is also a member of the Masonic fraternity, blue lodge and chapter. All in all it may be well said that the life of our subject has been such as to reflect credit upon himself and honor to his fellow-citizens.
Extracted March 2011 by Norma Hass from The Biographical Record of Bureau, Marshall and Putnam Counties, Illinois, 1896.

He moved to Marshall county in 1834 with his parents. He attended Rush Medical College in Chicago and graduated in 1852. He spent 3 years in the army during the waar of the rebellion where he served as surgeon of the 10th Vol Illinois. He was a 1st Lieutenant served Aug 1861 to Nov 1864. 
Reeder, Dr. Isaac Harrison (I153)
 
240 1870 CENSUS George is 7 living in Newton Iowa with parents Wm 42, mother Hulda 33, borther John 17,Wm 16, Charles 3 and Frank 5 months.

1860-1885 age 22 living with brother William D. 31 and Wm wife Julia 22 and their 2 children Myrtle 2 and Fred 5 months, in Seward, Nebraska


1900 CENSUS he is DIVORCED . Living with his brother Frank 30 and a Ray Poore 11 and mother Huldah Poore 65 in Seward, Nebraska.

1920 CENSUS Living with wife Viola age 42 years he is 56yrs. in Hastings, Adams Co Nebraska. Living near brothers William and 2nd wife Dora. George is listed as mechanic in garage.

1930 CENSUS living in Hastings with wife Viola P Still lives next to William and Dora and neither live on a farm. George listed as Laborer. Wm retired farmer.


In Hastings Neb. in 1920 & 1933 1900 Seward 
Poore, George Sherwin (I21)
 
241 1870 census has living with the family Sylvester Smith 27, Batheba Smith 24 and Leora Smith 1. Guess it is their daughter Bathesba.

Mr. Johnson had ten children, two of whom were born in
the West. They are :

Kancy Johnson, who married Moses Wooden Brown, and
lives at White Oak Grove in Woodford County.

John S. W. Johnson lived at the head of the Mackinaw and
died in 1865.

Mathurza Johnson, now the wife of Jeremiah Rhodes, lives
three miles from Bloomington, on the Leroy road. She furnished
the items for this sketch, and seemed to have very clear ideas
and a good recollection.

Jacob H. Johnson lives between Brown's Grove and Twin
Grove.

Thomas P. Johnson lives near Osceola, Clark County, Iowa.

Benjamin M. Johnson lives about a mile and a half west of
Bloomington.

Francis, Lewis S., and James B. Johnson, are dead.

Mary Jane Elizabeth Johnson married John Fowler, and lives
in Osage Mission, Kansas.

Mr. Johnson was about six feet in height, was possessed of
immense strength, but was very good-natured, kind-hearted and
religious. He never wished to quarrel with anyone, was always
on good terms with his neighbors, and was very honorable in all
of his transactions. 
Johnson, Mathura (I2191)
 
242 1870 cnesus shows all in Jefferson Co, Ill in towship 3range 4 with Ca;therine thru Clement at home and all born in Indiana

Will of George D. Jones

Know all men by their friends.

That I George D. Jones of Opdyke, County of Jefferson, state of Illinois a farmer. Being of sound disposing mind and memory do make and freeblish? (Freely) this my last will and testament. I give and bequeath onto my beloved wife Sarah J. Jones in lieu of her dower the farm on which we now reside situate near the town of Opdyke, county of Jefferson, state of Illinois. Consisting of the following described tracts of land, the SW ? of the SW ? of the SW ? 10 acres Sec 17 the SW ? of the ? of Sec 18 40 acres more or less. The NE ? of the NE ? Sec 19 40 acres more or less. The NW ? of the NW ? Sec 20 40 acres more or less and 15 acres of the west side of the NW ? of the SW ? of Sec 18 and all of my lands and property in the town of Opdyke not otherwise disposed of. Also all of the lands bequeathed by me to my sons Isaac N. Jones and Clement L. W. Jones until they become 21 years of age. All of the above described are situated in Town 3 Range 4 County of Jefferson, state of Illinois. My beloved wife to have and hold and have the benefits of all said lands that bequeathed by me to my sons Isaac N. and Clement L. V. Jones which they are to have at age twenty one years - during her natural life, but upon her decease it is to be divided equally between my legal heirs either in land or the value there of. I give to my beloved wife all of the household and kitchen furniture and goods. Three horses and three cows of her own choosing, one wagon, one buggy, one set of wagon harness, one set of buggy harness. A full set of farming implements or as near as such as there is on the farm, enough wheat to last until the next years crop is threshed. All that fat hogs and one sow and five shoats.

ITEM 2 I give to my son Lewis E. Jones the following described track of land to wit. The NW ? of the SW ? of Sec 20 Town 3 Range 4 County of Jefferson, State of Illinois, containing 40 acres more or less value $1000.00. Provided however that said Lewis E. Jones Execute two promissory notes one note due within three years for two hundred dollars the other due within five years for two hundred dollars made Payable to his mother Sarah J. Jones his mother with a legal rate of interest. I also give to my son Lewis E. Jones the following described town lots to wit. Lot 2 in Blk 42, Lot 11 Blk 43, Lot 9 in Blk 44, Lot 6 in Blk 41, Lot 5 Blk 38, Lot 4, Blk 24, Lot 12 Blk 12. All in the Town of Opdyke, County of Jefferson, State of Illinois.

ITEM 3 I give to my son Jacob B. Jones the following described track of land to wit. The NE ? of the SW ? of Sec20 Town 3 Range 4 County of Jefferson, state of Illinois containing 40 acres more or less value $1000.00. Provided however that said Jacob B.. Jones Execute two promissory notes one note due within three years for two hundred dollars the other due within five years for two hundred dollars made Payable to his mother Sarah J. Jones his mother with a legal rate of interest. I also give to my son Jacob B. Jones the following described town lots to wit. Lot 3 Blk 42, Lot 2 Blk 43, Lot 10 Blk 44, Lot 8 Blk 40, Lot 6 Blk 38, Lot 8 Blk 24, Lot 12 Blk 11 All in the Town of Opdyke, County of Jefferson, State of Illinois.

ITEM 4 I give to my son Silas W. Jones the following described track of land to wit. The NW ? of the NE ? of the NW ? of Sec 36 40 acres more or less and the NW ? of the NE ? of the NW ? of Sec 36 containing 10 acres more or less value $600.00 both in Town 8 Range 8 County of Jennings, state of Indiana. also give the following described town lots to wit. Lot 4 Blk 42, Lot 7 Blk 44, Lot 8 Blk 47, Lot 4 Blk 40, Lot 7 Blk 29, Lot 6 Blk 22, Lot 8 Blk 47, Lot 4 Blk 40, Lot 11 Blk 11. All in the Town of Opdyke, County of Jefferson, State of Illinois.

ITEM 5 I give to my daughter Sarah C. Wilkerson the following described tract of land to wit. The NE ? of the NE ? of sec 13 Town 3 Range 3 County of Jefferson, state of Illinois containing 40 acres more or less value $600.00 Also the following described town lots to wit Lot 5 Blk 43, Lot 6 Blk 44, Lot 2 Blk41, Lot5 Blk 40, Lot 8 of blk 29, lot 7 Blk 23, Lot 7 Blk 23, Lot 7 Blk 10 All in the Town of Opdyke, County of Jefferson, State of Illinois.

ITEM 6 I give to my daughter Rosey L. Jones the following described tract of land to wit. The NW ? of the NE ? of Sec 19 Town 3 Range 4 containing 40 acres more or less and the NW ? of the SW ? of Sec 13 Town 3 Range 3 both in the county of Jefferson, State of Illinois value $1400.00 also two lots in the town of Opdyke with dwellings theron described as follows Lots 5 and 6 in Blk 42 also lot 6 in Blk 43 lot 2 in Blk 42, Lot 3 in Blk 41, Lot 5 in Blk 40, Lot 8 in blk29, Lot 7 in blk23, Lot 7 Blk 10 All in the Town of Opdyke, County of Jefferson, State of Illinois.

ITEM 7 I give to my son Isaac N. Jones, the following described tracts of land to wit. The SW ? of the SE ? of sec 18 Town 3 Range 4 County of Jefferson, State of Illinois, containing 40 acres more or less value $1000.00 and the NW ? of the NE ? of the Sec 36 40 acres more or less and the NE ? of the NE ? of the NW ? of Sec 36 Town 8 Range 8 county of Jennings, State of Indiana 10 acres more or less, Value of both tracts, $600.00. Provided that said Isaac N. Jones is not to have use or control of said tracts of land and annexed town lots, until he arrives at the age of twenty one years. I also give to my son Isaac N. Jones the following town lots to wit. Lot 7 in blk 43, Lot 5 in Blk 42, Lot 4 in Blk 41, Lot 2 in Blk 38, Lot 3 in Blk 24, Lot 6 in Blk 23, Lot 5 in blk 9 all in the town of Opdyke, county of Jefferson, State of Illinois.

ITEM 8 I give my son Clement L. V. Jones the following described tracts of land to wit. The N/2 of the W/4 of Sec 19 Town 3 Range 4 County of Jefferson, State of Illinois, containing 80 acres more or less, Value $2000.00 to be his under his control when he arrives at the age of twenty one years. Provided that he gives his promissory note or notes, to his mother if living if not to my Executor for the benefit of my heirs for the amount of four hundred dollars ($400.00) Payable within five years at a legal rate of interest secured by a mortgage on the above tract of land. Provided further that Lewis E. Jones and Jacob B. Jones to have one half of the timber on the west 40 acres above described tract of land. I give also to my son Clement L. V. Jones the following described town lots to wit. Lot 8 Blk 43, Lot 8 in Blk 44, Lot 5 in Blk 41, lot 6 in Blk 40, lot 1 in blk 27, Lot 7 in Blk 22 Lot 4 in Blk 9 all in the town of Opdyke , County of Jefferson, State of Illinois to be his and under his control when he reaches the age of twenty one years.

I give to my beloved wife all of my property in the town of Opdyke not otherwise disposed of.

ITEM 9 I give to my grandson George Burns Jones, the sum of One Hundred dollars to be kept in interest until he arrives at the age of twenty one years by his father Lewis E. Jones as his guardian. Provided that should he not live to be twenty one years of age the money and accruing interest to be divided equally between my legal heirs after giving his guardian five percent of the sum for his trouble.

ITEM 10 I give to my son Lewis E. Jones whom I appoint Executor of this my last will and testament all of my goods chattel notes and personal property of every kind whatever not otherwise disposed of in this my will, in trust to and for the uses and purposes following.
The said Lewis E. Jones shall collect and otherwise reduce the same to cash and after paying my debts shall from time to time as money may be realized from said property, loan it out upon good notes well secured by real estate or good personnel security at a legal rate of interest. The interest as it is collected to be paid by my Executor to my beloved wife for her use and benefit during her natural life or as long as she remains my widow. If she should marry, the money to be divided by my Executor equally between my legal heirs provided. Lewis E. Jones my Executor is to pay my daughter Sarah E. Wilkenson the sum of two hundred and thirty one dollars within three years or as he may consider best for her benefit out of any money belonging to my estate at legal interest rate. After the death of my beloved wife all of the lands, moneys and other property reserved for her use in this my will, to be divided equally between my legal heirs. I do hereby revoke all former wills made by me and seal this the Eighteenth day of March A. D. 1879
George D. Jones as his last will
Testament and signed by us in his presence
Lewis E. Jones WITNESSES
Thomas C. Jones
 
Brougher, Sarah Jane (I30)
 
243 1870 he is living at home with his parents ( name on census is William E.) He was 22 his sister Clara B was 23, Benjamin W. 14 and Mary E. 10years. All in Bloomington, McLean county Illinois.
1880 CENSUSshows him living in Downs, McLean Ill nextdoor to father Anderew Jackson Lucas and mother Elizabeth, with wife Lydia (Lyda) and children Roy and Pearl.
1900 CENSUS shows the family living in Hastings Neb. children Roy, Ira, Bina Wendell and wife Lydia. Listed as farmer.Both his parents had died by this time.
1910 CENSUS shows him 56 with his wife (Lodia B. Lucas) Lydia in Hastings, Adams Co Neb. with Ira W. Lucas 25 living with them was Zaner Bay (perhaps a newphew).

1917 Wilburn E. Lucas and Fred Poore and Roy J Lucas read about a Mr. Claude Palmer looking for members of the Christian Community to go to the homestead, so they went out from Bellaire Kansas and stayed 6 weeks before they could file, not sure how this came to be Wyoming homestead. This is from Fairy Lucas Ramos.
Stayed on homestead in Wy for awhile after wife died in 1912,then moved back to Nebraska after 1920
1920 CENSUS shows him in Hagie Goshen Wyoming a widow at age 73 yrs. living alone. Moved to Chico,Ca where he lived with son Roy Lucas. Sold Real Estate .

Burried in the old Chico Cenetary no marker on grave.
There is a listing in Chico voting reg 1932-1938 for a Lucas, Esclause R, sheet metal Worker 1014 Normald Ave. Dem.?? 
Lucas, Wilburn Esculus (I29)
 
244 1870 Polk, Marshall Co Indiana living with father Calvin E.Wright Wright, Etta (I4055)
 
245 1880 census 57years old wife 33 years Scott, Alex C. (I4470)
 
246 1880 CENSUS Bloomington living with parents born abt 1877 Lucas, Charles C. (I1482)
 
247 1880 Census born abt 1879 in Ohio, living with parents. Lucas, Eva May (I1484)
 
248 1880 CENSUS Eliza E. Maddox age 24 born abt 1856 in Kentucky and living in Cave City Barren Kentucky she is white and married to W. F. Maddox and living with them in George Nunnelly 16 who was black.

Buried in the family cemetery on Bales Farm.
Took in Essy (Essa R. Lyons Feb 18,1884 as Indenture Aprrenticeshipfor house keeping and general house work... she was a minor 5 yeaars of age to sppretice until she was 18 years. Barren Co Ky. signed by James M Lyon.
1st wife of William Franklin Maddox. She is buried in family plot on Beals family out of Horse Cave Ky. 
Oldham, Eliza Ellen (I1598)
 
249 1880 census Grand River Iowa Parkins, Mr. (I4062)
 
250 1880 CENSUS living with parents born 1876 Illinois Lucas, Hugh R. (I1481)
 
251 1880 census Nebraska Seward Co
Living at time of Julia's death in 1909
  14.  Nevada4 Church (Seymour3, Jonathan2, Unknown1)38 was born Abt.
1878, and died Deceased38.  She married Iva Moler.  He was born 1870 in
Ohio.
More About Nevada Church:
1880 CENSUS, Nebraska, Seward Co, Precinct B
More About Iva Moler:
1930 CENSUS, Birmingham, Jefferson Co, Alabama
Child of Nevada Church and Iva Moler is: 68 Nettie5 Moler, born Abt. 1901 in Ohio. 
Church, Vada (Nevada) (I50)
 
252 1880 census Nebraska Seward Co . Military service between 1861- 1865 Iowa infanry

chidlren maybe:
Clyde
Frank
Fred
Ann who may have married an unknow Parkins 
Church, Benjamin F. (I969)
 
253 1880 CENSUS Thomas Poore 40 with wife Esther 38 with children Gertrie 11, Eddie 9 living in Seard,Ward B, Nebraska in June 1880.

in 1896 living in Minden Nebraska

Private Thomas Poore was 21 residenmt of Newton Iowa when he enlisted on June 24 1861 in Comp B of the 5th Iowa Infantry. Poore was wounded in hand slightly on May 16 1863 at Baker's Creek Mississippi. He recovered and served until term expired mustering out July 30 n1864 at Chattanooga Tnn.


UTICA

Utica, situated in the western part of the county, was laid out and entered as a town in the month of August, 1877.
Messrs. Standard & Jones erected the first building during the month of August, 1877, and opened the first store with a stock of general merchandise.
George Goodbroad built the second building during the same month, and opened the first hotel. Fritz Becord erected the third building, the office of his lumber-yard, and inaugurated the second business of the town. The following September, Messrs. Goener & Wilkins opened the next business house during the same month, and, the following October, C. C. Turner established his blacksmith shop. The town has enjoyed a rapid and permanent growth, and its complement of commercial pursuits includes every branch of business. It is an important station on the Burlington & Missouri Railroad, equidistant between Seward and York, and quite an important point for shipments in stock and grain. It is supplied with a good school and several church organizations, and the various professions are well represented. The first school was organized in the summer of 1873, and taught by Miss Clara Derby, and Miss Rosa Hartley taught the first school after the town was inaugurated.
The Methodist Episcopal Church was organized by Rev. A. J. Folden, in the spring of 1872, at the Kinkade Schoolhouse, the society changing their place of worship to Utica in 1878, and re-organizing under the leadership of Rev. G. M. Couffer, of Milford. The church was built in 1881, at a cost of $1,500; the parsonage, in 1878.
The Protestant Methodist society was organized in the spring of 1874, by the Rev. C. E. Phinney.
An organization of the church of the United Brethren was effected at the Oliver Schoolhouse in 1873, by Rev. Mr. Johnson. The last-named societies have no house of worship, but meet at the schoolhouses.
A Catholic mission is also established at Utica, with the Rev. C. J. Quinn as resident pastor, and a fine frame church is in process of erection.
The A., F. & A. M. of Utica, organized under dispensation July 13, 1882, with the following list of officers: Joseph Jones, W. M.; E. J. Porter, S. W.; Lyman Calder, J. W.; Samuel H. Beaver, Sec.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.

HOWARD M. COLMAN, lawyer and grocer at Utica, came to Nebraska in May, 1871, and took up a soldier's claim of 160 acres on Section 28, Town 11, Range 1 east, in E Precinct, Seward County, where he made his home until March, 1881, when he moved to Utica, having been appointed Postmaster in 1878. The subject of this sketch was born in Otsego County, N. Y., on the 11th of July, 1836, and was a graduate of Whitestown Seminary, New York, in 1851, and was admitted to the bar at Burlington, N.Y., in 1856. Mr. Colman was a soldier in the rebellion, enlisting in August, 1861, at Bellevue, Ohio, in the Fifty-fifth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company A, and served till the 28th of October, 1864, being wounded at the battle of Gettysburg in the right leg. After the war, he returned to Ohio, where he lived till the spring of 1866, then going to Branch County, Mich., making his home there till 1870, and going from there to Steuben, Ill., where he lived till his removal to Nebraska.
GEORGE A. DERBY, land agent for the Burlington & Missouri Railroad Company, Justice of the Peace and real estate agent at Utica, came to Nebraska in 1872, and took up a homestead in Seward County, on Section 30, Town 11, Range 1 east, E Precinct, and was one of the first settlers in the precinct. He was born in Licking County, Ohio, March 5, 1820, being the son of Jonathan M. and Clarissa Derby, who were of English lineage, but reared in Vermont, his mother's maiden name being Baker. The subject of this sketch was reared in his native State, his occupation being that of a carpenter and farmer, until 1854, when he changed his residence to Randolph County, Ind., where he pursued his former vocation for two years, and then removed to Wapello County, Iowa, where he still worked at farming and carpentering and, in 1862 was elected Sheriff of that county, in which capacity he officiated four years, after which his business was that of a dealer in Agricultural implements until he came to Nebraska. He was married in Licking County, Ohio, in 1843, to Miss Merenda H. Brown, who was born in Vermont in 1823. They now have a family of seven sons and four daughters.
DR. RUFUS D. HARVEY, of Utica, was born in Maine in 1843, and was the son of Ebenezer B. and Nancy Harvey, his mother's maiden name being Longfellow. They moved to Wisconsin in 1844, settling in Rock County, the subject of this sketch receiving his literary education in Evansville in the high school of that place. In 1862, he enlisted at Janesville in the Thirteenth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Company D, and served until the close of the rebellion, after which he returned to Evansville, Wis., and was married, in 1865, to Miss Hannah A. Peck, of Waukon, Iowa. He made his home in Wisconsin until 1871, when he came to Nebraska, and took up a homestead on Section 8, Town 10, Range 1 east, in L Precinct, Seward County, where he resided, improving his farm and practicing his profession till 1877, then moved to the town of Utica, and was the first physician in the place, being now one of the oldest resident physicians in that part of the country.
JAMES E. HIBBARD, dealer in agricultural implements, coal, etc., at Utica, came to Nebraska in 1871, first locating in Lincoln, where he ran a brickyard for the firm of More & Crone for three years, and, in 1874, he moved to Seward County, and settled on the homestead which he had taken up in 1871 in E Precinct, on Section 10, Town 11, Range 1 east. On this he lived until the fall of 1878, then came to Utica, and, in the summer of 1879, commenced dealing in farm machinery. In the fall of 1881, he added the coal trade to his former business, and has since successfully operated both. Mr. H. was a soldier in the rebellion, enlisting in 1861, in Whiteside County, Ill., in the Eighth Kansas Volunteer Infantry, Company I, but after serving a little more than one year, he was discharged on account of poor health, which unfitted him for further service. He then returned to Illinois, and on December 25, 1862, was married to Miss Elma M. Fuller, who was born in Illinois in 1842, and died in September, 1870. He is a member of the A., F. & A. M., Waco Lodge, No. 80, and was married to his present wife, Mrs. Mary A. Cain, of Henry County, Ill., in January, 1872.
GEORGE F. HURLBURT. dealer in general merchandise and a member of the firm of Standard & Hurlburt, grain and livestock dealers, at Utica; came to Nebraska in July, 1871, and took up a homestead on Section 30, Town 10, Range 1 east, L Precinct Seward County, where he served as Assessor for three years, and as a member of the Board of Commissioners of Seward County for three years, and in November, 1881, moved to the town of Utica. The subject of this sketch was born in Broome County, N. Y., on the 26th of October, 1830, and in 1855, left his native State and came to Peoria, Ill, and was living there at the breaking-out of the rebellion. In the spring of 1864, he enlisted in the Fourteenth Illinois Volunteer Infantry, and served till the close of the war, after which he returned to Illinois, living there until he came to Nebraska. Mr. Hurlburt is a member of the Masonic Society; was married, in August, 1857, in Illinois, to Miss Nancy E. Saxton, who was also born in New York, and who died at the old homestead in L Precinct on the 7th of August, 1877, leaving a family of six children, of whom two are girls and four boys.
JOSEPH JONES, dealer in general merchandise, and grain buyer at Utica, was born in Muskingum County, Ohio, on the 14th of March, 1845, residing there until the breaking-out of the rebellion, when he enlisted at Zanesville in the fall of 1861, in the Sixty-second Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company A, and served till the close of the war. Then returned to Ohio, and, in March, 1866, came West as far as McLean County, Ill., where he operated a farm till the fall of 1870, this being the time of his removal to Nebraska. Took up a homestead on Section 6, Town 11, Range 1 east, E Precinct, Seward County, and commenced improving his land, on which he lived until July, 1877, when he moved into the village of Utica and opened the first general merchandise store in the place in company with C. E. Standard, with whom he ran it until the following fall, when they dissolved partnership, Mr. Jones buying out Mr. Standard, and has since successfully operated the business himself, and in March, 1879, commenced buying grain in addition to running his store. The subject of this sketch was married in McLean County, Ill., to Miss Mary E. Tracy, on the 1st of November, 1866, and is a member of the A., F. & A. M., Waco Lodge, No. 80, in York County.
JOHN S. KITTLE, druggist at Utica, was born in Peru, Miami County, Ind., October 11, 1859, and was a student at the Chicago College of Pharmacy, afterward taking a course in chemistry under Prof. Haines of Rush Medical College in the same city. He came from Chicago to Nebraska in October, 1878, and first located at York, where he clerked in the drug store of J. H. Post until February, 1879, and then came to Utica and took charge of a branch store for the above firm, conducting the same for them until May, 1880, when he bought out Mr. Post, and has since successfully operated the business himself.
GEORGE W. LEARNED, farmer and stock-raiser at Utica and County Commissioner, was born in Essex County, Vt., 20th of August, 1834, and is the son of Reuben and Nancy Learned, nee Lovejoy, who were both descendants of the Puritans, and natives of New Hampshire. In 1847, they changed their place of abode to Dodge County, Wis., where they still reside, and here the subject of this sketch made his home, and was married in 1859, to Miss Angeline L. Boynton, who was born in Ohio. In April, 1878, came to Nebraska and purchased the farm on which he lives now, and owns a section of Land, 200 acres of which are under cultivation. He was elected to the office of County Commissioner in the fall of 1879, and is at this writing chairman of the same. He is a member of the I. O. O. F., and one of the directors of the Seward County Agricultural Society. Mrs. Learned is a physician of the Eclectic School, and practices her profession at Utica. She is also an original member of the Methodist Episcopal Church in that town, and is one of the strongest workers in their society, and was the first Steward of the same. Their family consists of four children--Ida L., Minnie M., George L. and Amanda M.
GEORGE LIGGETT, grain dealer at Utica, came to Nebraska in 1869, and took up a homestead on Section 28, Town 12, Range 2 east, Seward County, where he lived one year, then moved to the town of Seward, and started the first harness shop in the place, which business he conducted till 1872, at that time going to Antelope County. After remaining there three years he returned to Seward in 1875, and in the fall of 1876 embarked in the grain business in Seward, conducting it there until the fall of 1877, when he removed to Utica, where he still continued his former pursuit, and has since successfully operated that business, besides being engaged in the mercantile trade two years; was born in Butler County, Ohio, February 26, 1847, removing to Illinois in 1855, where he resided till he came to Nebraska, and was there married in Henry County in 1865, to Miss Georgiana Phelps. Mr. Liggett is a member of the I. O. O. F., Seward Lodge, No. 26.
REV. WESSON G. MILLER, D. D., Presiding Elder of the York District, Nebraska Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, was born in Otsego County, N. Y., February 8, 1922. He received his literary education at the Gallupville Classical Institute in his native State. After devoting five years to teaching, he removed to Waupun, Wis., where he erected a lumber mill. He entered the ministry in 1845; was ordained Deacon by Bishop Waugh in Chicago in 1847, and Elder by Bishop James in Platteville, Wis., two years later. He held the leading appointments as pastor, and Presiding Elder in Wisconsin Conference for thirty-five years, seventeen of which were spent in Milwaukee. He was transferred to Nebraska in 1879, and served two years as Presiding Elder on the Omaha District. At its last session the Nebraska Conference was divided, and the Doctor preferred to become identified with the Southern division. He was appointed Presiding Elder of the York District, where he still remains. He has built himself a fine residence known as "Sunnyside," at Utica. He was made Doctor of Divinity by the Lawrence University in Wisconsin. He is the author of several books and pamphlets, "Thirty Years in the Itinerancy," "Milwaukee Methodism," "Temperance Cyclone" and "The Giant Wrong." He was married at Waupun, Wis., January 4, 1847, to Miss Mary E. Bowman, daughter of Dr. Brooks Bowman of that city, by whom he has three children. Mary E., now Mrs. Capt. Frank P. Lawrence, late of Racine, Wis.; Laura E., wife of Jesse Smith, Esq., late of Fond du Lac, Wis. Mrs. Smith died at Utica, Neb, in November, 1879. The third child is Wesson G., Jr., who lives at home, and is now operating the Sunnyside farm in addition to his own farm adjoining.
REV. CALVIN E. PHINNEY, Postmaster and dealer in groceries at Utica, Neb., was born in Dover, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, January 20, 1829, and is the son of Charles and Rebecca Phinney. In 1844, they moved to Walworth County, Wis., where the subject of this sketch made his home until 1863, then going to Blackhawk County, Iowa, and enlisting in the war of the rebellion, in the Fifteenth Ohio Regiment, Company C, serving until the close of the war, then returned to Iowa, remaining there until 1868, at which time he entered the ministry, and two years after was ordained elder in the Methodist Protestant Church, by the Rev. G. W. Brown, of Springfield, Ohio, and after remaining four years in the Iowa Conference, he took his transfer to the Nebraska Mission Conference, where he took up a homestead on Section 28, Town 11, Range 1 east, E Precinct, Seward County, Neb. Here he lived improving his farm and preaching the Gospel until the spring of 1880, when he moved from his farm to Utica, where he was appointed Postmaster in July, 1881, which office he holds at this writing. He was married in Walworth County, Wis., in 1856, to Miss Sarah C. Olp, by whom he has two children--Julian E. and May.
SOREN THYGESON, hardware store at Utica, was born November 11, 1838, in Denmark, and emigrated to the United States in 1871, locating the same year in Seward County, Neb. Took up a homestead on Section 12, Town 11, Range 1 east E Precinct, on which he resided, improving his farm until October, 1877, when he moved to the village of Utica and opened a hardware store, which was the first of the kind in the place. His storeroom is 18 x 64, and well filled with a complete stock of first-class hardware. He was married in the fall of 1871, to Miss Inge Sorenson, who was also a native of Denmark, They are both members of the Lutheran Church. They have four children--Oscar D., Lena, Casper and Mary.

B PRECINCT.Randolph Co Indiana Sketch

DAVID J. BROWN, P. O. Seward, Section 32, Town 12, Range 3 east, a member of the firm of True & Brown, farmers and stock-feeders. These gentlemen came from Iowa in the fall of 1878, and purchased a half-section of land, and commenced preparation for making a business of feeding stock. Have now 240 acres of land fenced for pasture, and have erected cattle-sheds, 180 x 18, which provides shelter for 100 head of cattle and 300 hogs, these sheds being furnished with self-feeding cribs for corn. They are also supplied with a pair of the celebrated Victor Scales, and other conveniences pertaining to the keeping of stock. During the year 1881, they fed over 250 head of cattle, and fed and shipped 400 swine. Their residence is a fine frame building, 32 x 48 feet, and one and a half stories high. D. J. Brown of the above firm, was born in Monroe County, Tenn., on the 26th of March, 1844. In 1872, came West to Iowa and was employed in the general merchandise business at Columbus Junction, Louisa County, until his emigration to Nebraska.
MICHAEL DUNIGAN, farmer and stock-raiser, P. O. Seward, Section 14 Section 12, Range 3 east, was born in Ireland on the 1st of May, 1836. Is the son of Michael and Margarett Dunigan née Campbell. Was reared on a farm in his native country, and in 1853 emigrated to America, and after traveling around over various States, finally settled down in Knox County, Ill, in 1856. Here he was employed at farming until 1862, when he enlisted in the Sixty-fourth Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Company D, serving until the close of the rebellion, being in all the principal engagements of his regiment. At the close of the war, he returned to Illinois and resumed his former occupation, and in April, 1871, came West to Seward County, Neb., where he homesteaded a soldier's claim, and now owns 240 acres of land, 170 being under cultivation and well improved. He is a member of the A., F. & A. M., being a charter member of Oliver Lodge, No. 38, and is now serving his third term as County Commissioner. He married in 1866, in Knox County, Ill., Mary E. Shumaker, a native of that State. Their family is composed of eight children--Jacob, Mary B., Emma C., Katie D., Effa M., John H., Clara M. and Benjamin R.
WILLIAM HICKMAN, farmer and stock-raiser, P. O. Seward, Section 28, Town 12, Range 3 east, was born in Randolph County, Ind., on the 3d of March 1831. Learned the carpenter trade in his native State, and made that his employment, removing to Jasper County, Iowa, in 1851, and followed his trade until 1854, when he commenced farming in the same State. In the fall of 1868, he came to Seward County, Neb., where he homesteaded some land, being the same on which he now lives, consisting originally of eighty acres, but he has since added to it until he now has 240 acres, all under fence and 140 under plow. He has a grove of eight acres, and a nice orchard of 175 trees, of various fruits of the best quality. Mr. Hickman has a comfortable, two-story frame residence, and a large barn, 40 x 50 feet, and keeps between fifty and seventy-five head of graded stock. He was elected Representative in the Assembly from Seward County in 1878, serving three years, during which time he was one of the building committee of the State Capitol. Was married in Iowa, in 1853, to Louisa E. Moffitt. He is a member of the A., F. & A. M., Oliver Lodge, No. 38.
ERASTUS M. HICKMAN, farmer and stock-raiser, Section 32, Town 12, Range 3 east, P. O. Seward; came to Nebraska in the spring of 1869, and in the following spring took up a homestead. Saw a good deal of pioneer life in those early times, but has kept steadily on improving his land and making a comfortable home. His residence is a nice frame building, 24 x 26 feet, and one and a half stories high. He owns 400 acres of land, 220 being under plow, a part of the balance being fenced for pasture, and the rest meadow. He has fourteen acres of artificial timber of his own planting, and a fine young orchard of three acres, containing various kinds of choice fruit trees, among them some excellent peach trees, all bearing. He keeps from fifty to one hundred head of thoroughbred and graded cattle, over two hundred sheep of fine grade, and one hundred hogs of the Poland-China breed. Has on his premises a fine large barn 28 x 40 feet, being the size of the main part and an addition for stock sheds, etc. The subject of this sketch was born in Randolph County, Ind., January 6, 1840, and is the son of Samuel and Margery Hickman née Moffitt. He removed to Jasper County, Iowa, where he followed farming until 1862, and then enlisted in the Twenty-second Iowa Volunteer Infantry, Company C, serving till the close of the rebellion; then returned to Iowa, where he lived until 1869. He was married in Omaha, Neb., in 1866 to Miss Lizzie, daughter of George W. Thomas, who settled in that city in 1863. They are the parents of six living children--Walter E., Helen G., Jennie F., Erastus P., Edna F., and Ethan E.
JESSE KNIGHT, farmer, Section 20, Town 12, Range 3 east, P. O. Seward, was born in Randolph County, Ind. September 6, 1838. Came West with his parents, George and Armilla, to Dallas County, Iowa , in 1850, and in 1860 crossed the plains to Colorado, at the time of the great mining excitement, being there at the breaking-out of the war. In October, 1862, he enlisted in the Third Colorado Volunteer Infantry, his regiment being afterward consolidated with the Second Colorado, and in this he served until the close of the war, then returned to Guthrie County, Iowa, where he farmed until 1870, and in March of that year changed his place of abode to Seward County, Neb., where he took up a homestead. This he has cultivated until he now has the whole 120 acres under improvement, and a fine grove of trees of his own planting, containing six acres. He is now Assessor of B Precinct. He was married in Iowa to Miss Martha J. Sheeley, who was born in Indiana. They have two daughters--Zelpha M. and Lula A. William K. brother of the above, was born July 1, 1832, in Randolph County, Ind., and came West to Iowa at the same time as his brother. He was married there September 1, 1854 to Isyphena M. Moffitt. Their family consists of four children-Mary E.., now Mrs. J. M. Sheely, of Dallas County, Iowa, Luther P., Sarah E. and Elias B. After his marriage, he lived in Jasper County, Iowa, untill the fall of 1869, when he came to Nebraska five months previous to his brother Jesse, and took up a claim which is now adjoining his where he owns 200 acres, mostly under a high state of cultivation.
ELIAS McCLURE, farmer, Section 20, Town 12, Range 3 east, P. O. Seward, was born in Shelby County, Ohio, January 24, 1819; is the second son of Robert and Esther McClure, whose family consisted of sixteen children. His father was of Scotch extraction, his mother, whose maiden name was Jerard, was of French descent, and died May 30, 1834, his father dying seven years later, on the 16th of February, 1841. The subject of this sketch first removed to Tippecanoe County, Ind., where he lived five years, then went to Richland County, Wis., where he was engaged in farming and merchandising until 1857. In the fall of the year following, he came West to Nebraska, first locating near Mount Pleasant, Cass County, where he farmed and carried freight across the plains to Utah and the mountains. In 1869, he discarded this business and took up a homestead in Seward County, where he now lives, and in the spring following moved his family on to his claim, and began pioneer life in earnest, being among the very first settlers in B Precinct. He now has his farm in a high state of cultivation, and all of the comforts and conveniences pertaining to a well-managed, successfully operated farm; has served as Assessor of his precinct, and been School Director, etc. He was married in 1841, in Ohio, to Sarah J. Skillin, who was born in Pennsylvania.
THOMAS J. POORE, farmer, Section 28, Town 12, Range 3 east, P. O. Seward, was born in Randolph County, Ind., on March 6, 1839. He was the son of Edmund and Nancy Poore, who were of Old Virginia stock. He came West in 1850, first locating in Jasper County, Iowa, where he was employed at farming until the breaking-out of the rebellion. He then enlisted in the Fifth Iowa Volunteer Infantry, Company B, serving his country over three years, and was in all the principal engagements of his regiment; then returned to Iowa, which was his place of abode till 1868, when he removed to Nebraska, and homesteaded some land in Seward County, where he now owns 160 acres, ninety of which are improved. He has held the office of Justice of the Peace for three terms. He was married in Iowa in 1868, his wife's maiden name being Esther Jacks. Their family is composed of three children--Gertie, Edwin and Arthur. He is a member of A., F. & A. M., Oliver Lodge, No. 38.


From - William G. Cutler's History of the State of Nebraska
First published in 1882 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL.

Seward County -- found this on message board it was posted 23 April 2000 under listing of Edwin Poore.

THOMAS J. POORE, farmer, Section 28, Town 12, Range 3 east, P. O. Seward, was born in Randolph County, Ind., on March 6, 1839. He was the son of Edmund and Nancy Poore, who were of Old Virginia stock. He came West in 1850, first locating in Jasper County, Iowa, where he was employed at farming until the breaking-out of the rebellion. He then enlisted in the Fifth Iowa Volunteer Infantry, Company B, serving his
country over three years, and was in all the principal engagements of his regiment; then returned to Iowa, which
was his place of abode till 1868, when he removed to Nebraska, and homesteaded some land in Seward County, where he now owns 160 acres, ninety of which are improved. He has held the office of Justice of the Peace for three terms. He was married in Iowa in 1868, his wife's maiden name being Esther Jacks. Their family is composed of three children -- Gertie, Edwin and Arthur. He is a member of A., F. & A. M., Oliver Lodge, No.38. 
Poore, Thomas Jefferson (I485)
 
254 1880 Census: Joseph E age 52 wife Margaret J 48 with son Richard10, Thomas 9 and mother Sarah Gill 70 in Metcalfe, Edmonton Ky. Other Gills next door: Robert C. 28, wife Susan E 25 and daughter Ira B. Farmers iwves keeping house. All from Kentucky and so were their parents.Metcalfe Edmonton Ky Gill, Jopseph (I3771)
 
255 1880 Horse Cave Hart Co Ky. May have lived in Plumas C. Ca. at time of his brother William Frank’s death in Chico 1918

1906 GREAT REGISTRATION IN CALIFORNIA Joseph Butler Maddox voter registration 14 april 1906-1907 Chico California born about 1869 in ky.
1920 CENSUS there is a listing for him in Glenn Ca. in 1920.

1900-1914 Joseph Butler Maddox 37 years old , Lumberman Chico. no 3 precinct. Ancestry.com public family tree says: He lived in Butte City, Glenn Ca. and died no date Butte Coty Genn Co. Ca. has the right parents on this listing.
1920 US CNESUS Joseph B. Maddox Butte, Glenn California , divorced he is 51 years old.Lived alone.Says he is a labor as a farmworker.

Ther is a listing for a Joseph B Maddox dieing in Chillicothe, Ross Co Ohio? 
Maddox, Joseph Butler (I141)
 
256 1880 ldied in Waterloo, Hart, Kentucky Munford, Prudence (I4370)
 
257 1880 Lived in Lacon, Marshall, Ill Lucas, Dorcas (Catherine) (I152)
 
258 1880 Lived in Lacon, Marshall, Illinois age 25 years.

She was a musician of more than ordinary ability. She played the piano. 
Reeder, Flora E. (I4486)
 
259 1880 Seward, Nebraska Land Patent Nebraska 1913 Church, Glen Charles (I4766)
 
260 1880 Seward,Nebraska Cline, Malinda Linnie (I4056)
 
261 1883 Gorham, Virginia May (I220)
 
262 1885 CENSUS Nebraska State shows John F 5 living with parents Thomas 33 and Angeline 36 sisters Mary 4 and Maud 2 in Seward Poore, John F. (I3572)
 
263 1885 census Seward, Nebraska
1900 census lists henry Church 39 and Nora Church 23 children Land M. 3 yrs and kelora Church 11/12 In bella Woods Oklahoma. Says he was born Feb 1861 in iowa father listed birthplace Ohio and mother Ohio wife Nora Church 1895 married 5 years.
1930 henry Church Selling Dewey Oklahoma age 69 married Florence L Church???? Children listed Iva 17 - Zelpha 16 - Pearl 14 - Bethel 11 - marvin Ray 9 - Velma 6 - Willard A. 3.1920 Marion Dewey Ok.
1950 census Seiling, Blaine Co. Oklahoma
1971 Seiling Oklahoma 
Walters, Florence Leona (Nora) (I3219)
 
264 1885 census Seward, Nebraska Church, Roy (I3216)
 
265 1885 Nebraska State CENSUS Franklin was 15 living with mother Hulda and brother Charles.

1900 CENSUS age 30 single head of house 1 brother George 30 and Ray a nephew and his mother Hulda 65years living with him in Seward Nebraska.

1910 CENSUS 40years old lifing in Elk, Lancaster Co., Nebraska married to Nora poore. His mother Hulda is 75 and living with them also a James Strickler 20years hired man.
In Lincoln lancaster Nebraska in 1910 lived in Elk Lancaster Co ,and 1930, 1933


Note that there was a court case April 1923 Seward Ne. Farmers State Bank vs. Frank E. et al Poore on a loan. No out some listed.
1920 CENSUS Lists children: Rosie 19, Alice 15 and Grace 10 living in Wadena, Fayette Iowa all children born in Iowa

1930 CENSUS Living in Lincoln, Nebraska wife is Nora B. with son Reed 19 living at home. Occupation was caretaker of city park. Feb 2013

1940 CENSUS age about 70 married to Nora 61 owned his house. Feb 2013 
Poore, Frank E. (I23)
 
266 1885 Seward Neb.
1950 Seiling Blaine Co Oklahoma 
Walters, Florence Leona (I3523)
 
267 19 kids??? Fox, Anne (I4227)
 
268 1900 Census b. Indiana? Cain ( Kane), Hulda ( Huldah) (I20)
 
269 1900 census family living in Hiseville, Barren Co, Ky.
1910 census age 55years Barren Kentucky. 
Vance, William C (I389)
 
270 1900 CENSUS KISEVILLE, BARREN CO KENTUCKY living with parents william Vance and Bettie W
and son Duane age 20 years. Charles H. vance was born in Kentucky.

1920 CENSUS Living in Stockton Ca. age 37 with wife Mary A. 25 years ( think this is Alice M. from 1940 census). no children listed at this time.
1940CENSUS Charles H. Vance is living in Stockton with his wife Alice age 47 and son Duane P. 20. chrlie was 58 years old and born in Kentucky. 
Vance, Charley H (I4463)
 
271 1900 census living in Hastings Nebraska with parents age 3 years. Lucas, Wendell (I61)
 
272 1900 CENSUS Living in Hiseville, Barren Co Kentucky. age 16 living with parents and siblings. Vance, Samuel N (I4464)
 
273 1900 CENSUS of Seward Nebraska living near brother Charles and his family. Harry is with wife Effie and on Ivan not a year.
1930 CENSUS Las Animas Co, Branson Colorado

Her parents were: Michael dunigan and Mary Shumaker. Effie was born in Bee Neb 1874 
Dunigan, Effie Margaret (I3313)
 
274 1900 census Oklahoma
1930 Geologist for oil company
1950 lived in Palo alto Ca 
Church, Cliford Carl (I3533)
 
275 1900 census Oklahoma Lincoln Church, Lillian Faye (I4098)
 
276 1900 census Oklahoma woods Co Lincoln
Military Service 1917 
Church, Earl Densil (I3530)
 
277 1900 CENSUS SHE IS 10 YEARS OLD LIVING with her father John 40 and mother Nannie 39 and brother Harden 15 years and grandfather James 76 years

1920 CENSUS She is 28 years old living in Barren,Kentucky born in 1892 Living with mother Nannie age 60 and brother Raymond age 10years and Beulah is single. 
Maddox, Beulah M (I2130)
 
278 1900 Seward Ne,1910 Seward, Willow Grove Red Willow Ne 1920, Box Elder, Red Willow Ne.19301954 McCook Red Willow Ne death and burial


Ruthella Theda Jones (05/12/06) 
Poore, Theda Millicent (I1558)
 
279 1900+ as on 1900 cens with parents Family F5
 
280 1900CENSUS was living with her parents in seward Neb age 21 and her siblings.
grandmother from Denmark 
Reed, Nora V. (I250)
 
281 1909 in Oklahoma Richmond, Manson (I56)
 
282 1910 , 1920 she lived in Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois and died in 1922 there.

Not sure if this is the wife and chilren?? ancestry.com Clendenen/Lidster family tree 
Robinson, Sarah Alice (I4453)
 
283 1910 CENSUS Roy, Mesa Co New Mexico, 1950 residence Clinton Ok. Church (Dr), Lloyd Emery (I3524)
 
284 1910 CENSUS living in Chico, Ca. with her parents William 55 and mother Ida 37, she was 15. Says her mother and father were born in Kentucky.
1920 CENSUSsh e was living in San Francisco her parents born in Kentucky she was lving with a family the Keislings taking care of their children.
2nd 1920 Census says Mallie is living in Chico with her mother Ida, sister Virginia 7 and grandmother Mary E V Oldham 74.
1930 CENSUS living in San Francisco age 34 years. She was born in Kentucky says her father was born in Virginia. She was a lodger. She lived with Elinore F. Mitchell 34 and her son Jack E Mitchell 9.
Burried in old Chico Old Cemetery Mangrove Ave. with father and mother.
She also lived in Sacramento C. at one time and began training to become a nurse but did not finish Never married

There are two other Mallie Maddox in Virginia in 1900 census Nathan (1843)and Mallie Maddox (1948) don't know if there is any link?and daughter May

Perhaps Wm Franklin had a sister and this is her or a cousin?
Name & Birth
Residence
Details
Household





Mallie M. Maddox
Born: ~1860 in Kentucky
40 years old in the 1900 U.S. Census
Magisterial District 6, Cave City (part), Precincts 1,2 Cave City town, Barren County, Kentucky
census Records • Single
• White
• Female
Relationship to Head: Sister
Above from US Census Record ? 
Maddox, Mallie (I151)
 
285 1910 census Roy Mora Co New Mexico
1950 residence Clinton Oklahoma 
Church, Lloyd Emery (I4746)
 
286 1910 CENSUS says he was born in 1908 in Kentucky living in Williams, Sangamon, Illinois with parents and sister. He was 2

1930 Census He was 22 years old and married living in Chico, Ca/ and had a new son Daonald James Cummins
1940 CENSUS 32 years old living in chico married 
Cummins, Donald (I212)
 
287 1910 census Stockton, Lancaster Co., Nebraska Church, Edward (I3215)
 
288 1910 census Widow lving in Omaha Couglas Co Nebraska Wright, General M (I4054)
 
289 1910 Wood River, Nebraska Cuater Co

had four children Earnest W, Wanda L, Shirley B and Glen Earl 
Church, Nellie (I4080)
 
290 1920 census Garfield Co. Mc Kinley Oklahoma. Dunigan, Della (I4771)
 
291 1920 CENSUS 14 years old living in Chico, Ca with parent.
By 1930 she was 24 and had left home and not listed on parents censis.

1930 CENSUS living in Vallejo,Ca Infant child Mary C.

1940 CENSUS Mary M. Swan 38 living in Valleja, Solano Co ca. lived at the same residence in 1935. Also listed:
Claude C. Swan 54, Claudine M 10 and Robert J 9. 
Cummins, Mary (I213)
 
292 1920 CENSUS age 19 years living with his parents in Chico,Ca. He was born in california. He was married, but no wife's name listed.

Married 3rd time at age 80. 
Oldham, Otto R. (I3352)
 
293 1920 census Garfield Co McKinley Oklahoma Church, Darl E (I4772)
 
294 1920 CENSUS Lillie b Vance Living with parents Wm C 55 and mother Bettie W Maddox 55. Lillie was 18 years old.

1930 home Barren Co Kentucky age 37 years husband Tildon 48years. 
Vance, Lillie B. (I4465)
 
295 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4986)
 
296 1920 census marion township Dewey Co Oklahoma Church, Georgia Iva (I4750)
 
297 1920 Census Marion towship Dewey Co Oklahoma. Church, Zelpha Edna (I4752)
 
298 1920 census Newaha, Lancaster Co nebraska Hoffman, Carrie (I4081)
 
299 1920 census Oklahoma, Dane
1958-1975 Lived in StocktonCa. 
Shafer, Verna Blanche (I3641)
 
300 1920 census Panama Precinct Lancaster, Nebraska
1930 census Newaha, Lancaster Co., Nebraska 
Church, Mildred (I4090)
 

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