Bourbon County Kansas Queries


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Queries November - December 2000

Bishop, Coffman, Earp, Greening, Hale, Hiner Lowe, Mitchell Nickelson (2), Steen, Tippie

Date: Saturday, December 30, 2000 03:29 PM


Topic: Beaman Gall Steen
From: Sharlene Miller
Date: Thursday, December 28, 2000 03:06 PM

Would like more information about Samuel Beaman who married Liza Gall nee Steen also known as Maria Elizabeth Steen.

I believe that Liza Gall's husband John Zachariah Gall died during the Civil War and Samuel Beaman married her at Ft. Scott, Bourbon Co., KS on 11 Feb 1863. Sam was born 1828 in IN. Liza was also born in 1828, but in Jackson Co., OH.

If you work on the Beaman, Gall or Steen families I would like to correspond.

Topic: Lee Ivan Nickelson: any INFO On Family
From: Steven Nickelson
Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2000 01:28 PM

Topic: Ida Alice Tippie: Lokking for any INFO
From: Steven Nickelson
Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2000 01:25 PM

Topic: James Marion NICKELSON: Looking for any info
From: Steven Nickelson
Date: Tuesday, December 12, 2000 01:24 PM

Topic: Coffman family
From: Mary Mcintosh
Date: Friday, December 08, 2000 06:57 AM

I am interested in the Coffman family from the Ft. Scott area ca. 1880 on. I am interested particularly in brothers Ira, Lemuel, and George Earl (my grandfather) and their parents, whom I believe to have been James and Sarah Alberts Coffman. I have found marriage licenses for Ira and Lemuel. Allied family names include Rook, Hallengren, and Hazlett. I believe that there was also a sister, name unknown at present, for these men.

Any assistance is appreciated.

Topic: Hale burials around Mapleton
From: Irene Hale
Date: Tuesday, December 05, 2000 01:41 AM

Looking for members of the Hale family buried around Mapleton. I had checked the listings at Ft. Scott in August, but have recently been told that Almarine Hale (d. between 1900-1910), William Suell Hale (d. bet. 1930-1936) and John P. Hale (d. after 1936) would probably have been buried there. Does anyone know if this is true? They all lived in Timberhill twp. before their deaths. Thanks! ~irene hale

Topic: Greening Family of Ft Scott
From: Jo Ann Ditton
Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 05:57 PM

Looking for information about family of Edward Henry Greening who was Justice of Peace in Ft. Scott in around 1883. He died about June or July 1884. Was m. to Lucetta Hausam and had 2 children Pearl Clara (b 1884) and Chester Edward (b 1883). Supposedly had earlier marriage by which he had 4 sons. Jo Ann

Topic: Daniel Webster Lowe
From: Ray Moran
Date: Saturday, November 25, 2000 12:58 PM

Looking for any info on Daniel Webster Lowe family. Lived Ft Scott, KS area from 1870-1939. Wives: Harriet Cullison, Mary Ellen George. Children: Harve Lowe, Nora Lowe, Charles Lowe Martha Lucretia Lowe, Isaac Wilson Lowe, Ora Lee Lowe, Frank D. Lowe, Ethel Pearl Lowe, Clara Lowe, Ruth Fav Lowe, Frederick Irwin Lowe, Edna Ellen Lowe. Daniel born June 22, 1846, d. Nov 20, 1939. He was a Civil War Vet, Co A, 151 Illinois Inf.

Topic: Hiner/Mitchell
From: Jim Sewell
Date: Tuesday, November 07, 2000 04:58 PM

I am looking for information on the Henry Clay Hiner (b. February 26, 1842 in Bartholomew County, IN, d. February 03, 1913 in Bronson, married Mary Elizabeth Mitchell July 04, 1843/June 19, 1926 daughter of Warren Barton Mitchell and Jemimah Anne Hariman) Family of Bourbon County. I do have much information to share.


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