Marshall County Queries--1996-1998
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- Charles J. Peterson Tue Sep 3 1996
Seeking contacts with descendants of Robert C. SELVAGE and wife Louisa RICHARDSON who emigrated to Marshall County, Kansas, in the 1880s, from Whitley County, Kentucky. Children include William Miles SELVAGE (who went to Colorado), Daniel Thomas SELVAGE (who ultimately settled in Arizona), Isaac Newton SELVAGE (Nebraska), George SELVAGE (Jewell County, Kansas), and Rufus SELVAGE (Montana).
- firstname.lastname@example.org Fri. Sep 20 1996
My Great-Great Grandfather lived in Guittard/Marysville, Marshall Co. Kansas in 1875 at the age of 16. His mother name was Sarah Ludwick and I believe she died in Guittard/Marysville in the late 1870's. Any information you may have regarding local cemetaries for that area or contacts for records research would be most helpful.
- C.K. Hayes, Jr. Wed Jan 1 1997
Seeking information about Charles Harry Hayes (born August 7 1874, place unknown, died September 29, 1935, Kansas City, Missouri) Believed to have lived near Axtell Kansas. Charles Harry Hayes married Sadie Edith Kirtland, date and place unknown. They had four children Charles Kirtland Hayes, born June 23, 1903 Goff Kansas, Mary Elizabeth Hayes born Nov 30, 1905, Goff Kansas, James Taylor Hayes born Feb 18, 1909 Goff Kansas. John Lynne Hayes born Aug 7 1915 Near Fargo No Dakota. I am looking for land records, newspaper articles, letters, school records, and medical records if any exist. James Lusk Hayes, father of Charles Harry Hayes is believed to have lived near Axtell Kansas for many years.
- Michael Anthony Thu Jan 9 1997
Seeking information on George Washington LEESON. Born 12 May 1840 in Harrison County, (West) Virgina; died 7 Aug. 1902 in Fall River, Greenwood County, Kansas. He married Rosetta OSWALT 1 Jan. 1883 in Irving, Marshall County, Kansas. He was a farmer and Gold miner (1896-1898) in Oregon.
- Bill Hines Wed Mar 26 1997
HONEYCUTT Seeking information regarding Gilford and Sarah Emily [MCNEW] HONEYCUTT and family. Gilford born 6 Jul 1853, Union County, Tennessee, son of Austin and Rebecca [ROBINSON] HONEYCUTT, married 13 JKun 1878, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Gilford died Marshall County, Kansas, 27 Mar 1921. Reported to have had six sons and 2 daugters. Anxious to share information regarding these individuals, and any others with the surname HONEYCUTT, HUNEYCUTT, or HUNNICUTT.
- Billy Strange Mon May 12 1997
Most of my people came from Marshall County, Kansas. My grandfather, Roy Franklin STRANGE (b. 21 Jul 1875 in Blue Rapids, KS) My grandmother, Nettie May ADAMS TRYON (b.24 Sep 1874 in Irving, KS) Their children, I think, were all born in Irving or Blue Rapids, Ks. As follows: George Calvin STRANGE (b. 9 Apr 1907) Clementine E. STRANGE (b. 31 Jul 1898) >br> Clyde Roland STRANGE (b. 7 Mar 1917) Gertrude Annie STRANGE (No date of birth)
Cora STRANGE (b. 20 Nov 1911) Charles Jasper STRANGE (b. 15 Jan 1899)
Ruby Helen STRANGE (b. 1915-d. 12 Mar 1915-infant)
These records are validated by The Church Of The Latter Day Saints.
- Tom Alexander Thu May 29 1997
Seeking info on D.N. (David Newton) ALEXANDER, lived just outside Axtell from 1878 to possibly 1890. Wife Clara (GALLUP) Alexander died Feb 28, 1889, leaving widower and three children, George, Archie and Anna. Wife Clara daughter of Thomas R. GALLUP and Cynthia (BUDLONG) GALLUP. Her parents were in Axtell for the 1880 Federal census in support of the newlywed daughter. It's possible Thomas GALLUP died in Axtell, circa 1881 or 82. Any input much appreciated!
- Russ Czaplewski Sat Jun 21 1997
CLARK. Seek info on Thomas Jefferson Clark (1856-1945) b. Cass Co. Married in 1880 to Mary E. Mayhew (1858-1902). Children: Annie E. (Mrs. John Wise); Charles; George; Alma; Rheuben; Allie (Mrs. John Dunkin); Harry; Mary E. (Mrs. Roy F. McKee). Residences: Gage Co., NE in 1885; Marshall Co., KS by 1895. Family buried in Deer Creek Cemetery.
- Robert R Sneed Sat Jul 5 1997
Clarence Richard Sneed, Everett Sneed
- Smallwood Sat Jul 26 1997
Henry Clay HAMAR (HAMER) is believed to have lived in Marshall County Kansas, and was to have served in the Civil War from that county. Any information you might have on him or any other HAMAR/HAMER will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
- Pamela Kellerstrass Tue Aug 5 1997
My great grandfather, Frederick William Witte was born in Vermillion, Marshall Co., Kansas, Sept 12, 1872. He ended up marrying in Smith Co. Anyone know of my family? His father was August Witte born in Holland. Regards! Pamela
- Sue Fritz Tue Aug 19 1997
Am seeking information about the family of John W. SMITH of Axtel, Kansas. He was born in IL in 1842, married Mary HILL in 1868 in Peoria, IL. The family is listed in the 1888 Peoria County IL Census, but have not located after 1888. John's brother's obituary from 1921 listed John as survivor, living in Axtel, Kansas. John and Mary Smith had 12 known children (some of whom died in infancy). Would like to connect with descendants and share information.
- David Phay Sun Sep 7 1997
Searching for TAYLOR - RANDALL. Looking for my grandmother, Bessie Opal Taylor, born in Criple Creek, Marshall county, Ks. Born on 28 Aug 1887. Father was Vincent Bailey Taylor and mother was Mary Emma Randall.
- jim maslak Fri Sep 12 1997
Hi----we are looking for any information on William James CURTIN who was born 6-2-1884 and died 12-7-1941. Thank you for any info.
- Cherie Logan Sun Sep 28 1997
Margaret Louise COFFIN md. Omer Ashford DAMETZ in 1898 in Blue Rapids, Marshall, KS. They lived in Smith and Washington Counties, KS. They had: Hollis Omer 1899, Ralph Ashford 1901, Gladis Margurite 1904, Francis Arlo 1907, Paul Stephens 1910 and Robert Eugene 1913. I am looking for others who are researching these families.
- Linda Strange Mon Oct 13 1997
Looking for A. Sheldon Whitney, who married Mary Ann Clark. They both are buried in V.A. Cemetary, in Marysville. One of their daugthers, Mary Fidella, married my great-grandfather, Paul Strange. Would like any info on any of these people.
- Linda Sat Jan 3 1998
Hi! I am searching for any information on the MC/MACDONALD of Marysville, Marshall county. They lived up at what was called Scots creek. Some of the other married names of the Mcdonalds was Alex CAMPBELL, Elizabeth DUNNANT, Lolla PARKS, there were several more. If any one has any information I would appreciate it! Linda at email@example.com
- Laura Pamiza Sun Jan 11 1998
My name is Laura Pamiza, I was born in Hutchinson, Kansas but now live in Japan. My mother and her mother and father were all born and raised in Kansas. My grandfather Lowell Kenneth KEEN was born in Irving, Kansas which does not exist anymore. His father was Lewis (Louis?) KEEN who was born in Blue Rapids we think and possibly lived in Marysville. We do not know much about him as he passed away when my grandfather was young. His mothers maiden name was Ellen (Nell) WILSON who we think was born in the same area. She was a Schoolteacher. If you know of either of these families, please give me some direction. I am fairly new to geneology so all the advise you could give would be greatly appreciated. Thank You.
- Roland Elliott Sat Jan 24 1998
My father was born June 20,1897, Frankfort,my grandmother Josephine CHERNAY [a train orphan] ELLIOTT died in 1902 Frankfort. I would like an obituary. My gandfather, a drunk barber, could not take care of kids so they all moved to Greeley,Co.where he died in 1908. His sister was born and married across the border in Jefferson Co NE. John C. Elliott my grt grand died somewhere close to Marshall in '89, my grandmother shows in 1900cs in Concordia,Cloud Co. on 7th St. No date of death on her either.
- Marcy Wed Feb 4 1998
I am looking for some General info on my gg Grandfather and Grandmother! I know they lived in Blue rapids for a time and I know that she is buried there! Their names are Howard Bacon EDINBOROUGH and Jessie DAVIS. I know some General things but would like some details!
- Len Klempnauer Sun Feb 8 1998
STEUCK and MOSER -- Searching for ancestors, siblings and their descendants of Frederick Herman STEUCK, b 17 Jul 1863, Germany, d 18 Feb. 1927 in Papinville, Bates Co., Mo., married April 1889 in Marysville, Marshall Co., Kan., to Rosetta MOSER, b 18 May 1869 in Bern District of Switzerland, d 12 June 1952 in Rich Hill, Bates Co., Mo. In a newspaper obituary, Herman, as he was known, was reported born in Pectin, Germany, but I am unable to find Pectin on a map, although I have heard he was from Prussia. Herman Steuck had four siblings living in the U.S. at the time of his death: 1] Fritz (b 15 Apr 1865) in St. Joseph's, Mo.; 2] William M. (b abt 1871) in Kansas City, Mo.; 3] Carl Ferdinand (b abt 1873) in Nevada, Vernon Co., Mo., m to a FOX; 4] Emma S. (b abt 1869) m to a BRAUNLICH in Kansas City, Mo. He also left two brothers and two sisters in Germany: Gustave (b abt 1867) and Carlene (b abt 1868); the other two names are unknown. Herman and Rosetta had three sons: 1] Frederick "Fritz" Steuck, b 15 Apr 1890, Marysville, Kan., d May 1979 in Rockville, Bates Co., Mo., m 10 Jan. 1912 in Lutherville, Johnson Co., Ark., to Katherine Marie Emma "Katie" DOEPEL, b 3 Dec. 1890 in Lutherville, Ark., d Nov. 1978 in Papinville, Mo.; 2] Gustave Herman Steuck, b 31 Jan 1892 in Harwood, Vernon Co., Mo., d 1 April 1958 in Papinville, m 2 Jan 1912 in Nevada, Mo., to Mae FIX, b 30 Jul 1888 in Nashville, Kingman Co., Kan., d 10 Nov. 1960 in Rich Hill, Mo.; 3] Ernest William Steuck, b 21 Jul in Harwood, Mo., d 22 Feb 1920 in Schell City, Vernon Co., Mo., m 26 Feb 1914 in Rich Hill, Mo., to Verda Arvilla STRADER, b 27 Sept 1895 in Nevada, Mo., d 3 Jan 1965 in Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Co., Calif. I have a little information on descendants of four of Herman's siblings, although I cannot attest to its reliability: 1] Fritz Steuck had three sons: Paul A., b 9 Feb 1908 in Mo., d 19 Jan. 1990 in Mo.; William, b 30 May 1914 in Mo., d Mar 1985 in Mo., m to Mary DEEM; Albert H. (no other data); 2] Emma (Steuck) Braunlich had two sons: William, b 23 Mar 1902 in Mo., d Jul 1980 in Mo., and Arthur (no other data); 3] William M. Steuck had two daughters: Helen and Elizabeth; 4] Carl Ferdinand Steuck m Helen Fox and they had a daughter, Marie (no data), and a son, Walter Paul, b 14 Dec. 1909 in Mo., d Oct 1974 in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Fla. Rosetta (Moser) Steuck immigrated to the U.S. from Switzerland abt 1888. She is believed to have had two sisters in the U.S. -- Annie and Emma. Rosetta's parents were Gottlieb Moser (b 1846) and Roseanna SCHNEIDER (b (1851). Her maternal grandparents were Benedict Scheider (b 1810) and Marianna STUKE (b 1813). Thank you, Len Klempnauer, Capitola, Calif.
- Judith Prough Mon Feb 9 1998 14:17
WATERVILLE CEMETERY..Can anyone put me in touch with anyone who may have access to these records? I am looking for the death dates recorded on the tombstone of Virginia Celestia THOMPSON (d. about 1927) and of her parents Nelson and Harriet CARPENTER who may be buried there, also. Thanks for any help!
- Jo Gottman 12 Feb 1998
My name is Jo Gottman and I am researching my husbands GOTTMAN(N) family. I found one of his ancestors in a Baptist Convention book listing his obituary. He was the pastor of the Blue Rapids Baptist Church. He was born July 10, 1856 to Christian and Charlotte Gottmann in Pennsylvania. His obit stated that he passed away October 23, 1899. This obit was in the Kansas Baptist Annual (1900) page 32. If you could help me find more information on this ancestor, I will be so happy. This Gottman(n) family is very elusive. Thanks, Jo.
- Sue Kienbaum Fri March 6 1998
I am searching for information on Cyriakus Nester m. May 17, 1864 in Germany, to Maria Galster. He probably americanized his name to Cyrus? I know they were living in Marysville, Kansas in 1909 as they are mentioned in Adrian Galster's obituary (Wisconsin) as Mrs. S. Nester. Cyriakus' parents were Xaver Nester and Franziska Rapp of Germany. Cyriakus and Maria emigrated in 1867.
- Paula Sieber Tue Mar 17 1998
I am looking for Fredrich WITTE, born sept 23, 1872; Smith Center, Marshall Co., KS. I can not find a Cedarville, KS where he married Idabell BUTTERMORE on Oct 8, 1899 who was born in 1882--no other records on her. Thank you.
- Rosemary David Fri Mar 20 1998
I am searching for any information on Barten LANDEN. He was born May 9, 1865 and was married to Rosa B. Zentz PEACH in 1909. I would like to find out about his parents and or siblings. I am his granddaughter. He died on July 4, 1929 at his home in Oketo. thank you
- Phyllis Kimbro Cata Sun April 5 1998
My ancestor was brother to Gustave Stauss who was one of the first settlers in Marysville, Marshall Co., KS. Gustave Stauss came from Germany with his wife Wilhelmenia Angel Engle in 1855, Gustave was B. 1825, his brother Vincent Stauss B. 1827 in Germany came w/his wife Anna Wolff, she was assumed to be the daughter of Carl Wolff and Gertrude wolff who showed on the American Ship Wabamo in August & Sept. 1857. My problem is that I cannot find Vincent Stauss in the 1860 Census anyplace. Since Gustave was in Marysville by 1860, I was wondering if there was anyone out there that could scout around in the indexes/census and find my Vincent and his #2 wife. Genevefa (Eve) Rapp Stauss. It's possible that Vincent Stauss and #1 Anna lived in Ks. in 1860, but I have not been able to discover this. They say they had all of their children in Iowa, the Davenport Scott Co. area and I have records of them there, but I just wonder if they didn't follow brother Gustave at first and then head back to Iowa. I do know that they left Iowa in 1867 after they married - Vincent & #2 Eve marr. Sept 1867 in Scott Co., Iowa. Anna must have died when she had my Gr. Grandfather Franklin Joseph Stauss B. 1865. I found records of Peter Wolff age 65 being in Vincent's household in 1870 in Marysville, KS. and I wonder if that would be Carl peter Wolff. I have land records where Peter Wolff owned land in Ks. Marysville, I just need to find Vincent in 1860, he might be in Gustave's household. Could anyone check this out for me. I know Vincent left Ks. again about 1972 after having Paul &* Joseph Stauss in Marysville...they headed bk to Davenport, Scott Co., ,Iowa....that family ended up in Paris, Logan Co., Arkansas where Vincent started the St. Joseph's Catholic Church. I would love to hear from anyone regarding these families.
- Lisa Mann Mon April 6 1998
I'm looking for any information on my grandfather or his family. Arthur SEAMAN was said to have been born in Axtel Sept 13, 1888. He had a younger brother Curtis, as well as other siblings. He married Eva Emma Anderson of Beattie, KS. Thanks!
- Rod Cole Wed April 8 1998
So far as I know my ggrandfather lived in Marshall Cty. His name was Mahlon CHAFFEE, his daughter, my grandmother, was Helen Adeline Chaffee (Married George M PENDLETON (I have books on the Pendletons). He also had a son Wilmot who died unmarried and other children. His wife may have been Adelia Elliott (ancestry unknown). Do you have information on these people? I have photographs of me sitting on Mahlon's lap in about 1935 and am named for him. Thanks, Rodney Mahlon Cole. He may have removed to Seneca (Nemaha Cty.) later in life.
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