NSGS Ancestree
Nebraska State Genealogical Society Journals

NEBRASKA ANCESTREE

Volume Two, no. 4
Spring 1980


Vol 2, no. 4, page 178 - Spring 1980
Submitted by: Marcia STEWART, Lincoln, NE

GLENVIL (NE) ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH BAPTISM RECORDS

           1879               Siebelt Luken SIMMERING       Georg Meents HAUBROCK 
Almuth Christine HARMS        Anna Maria Magretha BUDDAKE   Adolph Heinrich STAMMER 
Harm Harms IDEUS              Johann Janssen RADEMACHER     Hinrich FLESNER 
Anna Hermine Louise HEYE      Trientje Magretha DUIS        Hinrich JANSSEN 
Jann Kamper PETERS            Johanna Elise IDEUS           Herman JANSSEN 
Georg Dirks STROMER           Maria Mathilde FITZKE         Renetius Klassen HINRICHS 
Tamke Elsie OLTMANNS          Ide PAULIAK                   Gepke ENNINGA 
           1880               Meent HINRICHS                Maria OPPELAND 
Siebelt Luken ROTHFUSS                  1885                        1889 
Albert Martin STROMER         Dina Magretha ROSENDAHL       Tamke Elise WILLMS 
Meta HINRICHS                 Wilhelm Friedrich JUILFS      Johan Suken GRANEMAN 
Maria OLTMANNS                Antje Magretha UDEN           Edward Theodor STROMER 
Johann Friedric BOLTJES       Eilt OPPELLAND                Jacobs Okkels THEESEN 
Maria Anna BOLTJES            Trientje HINRICHS             Johann Griedrich UDEN 
Johann Dietrick BOLTJES       Trientje PETERS               Metha BOLTJES 
          1881                Jurgen KUUR                   Elise BOLTJES 
Ulfert Harms IDEUS            Fentje Magretha JEREMIAS      Daisy BOLTJES 
Andreas Falken STROMER        Sophia FRESE                  Maria FREITAG 
          1882                Fohlke ONKEN                  Elise Anna HEYE 
Johann Friedr. ROTHFUSS       Eke Hinrichs HAASE            Antje Claassen HINRICHS 
Anna Elisabeth ROTHFUSS       Trientje Elisabeth ROTHFUSS   Fulke Maria OLTMAN 
          1883                Martha Friedrika              Jann PETERS 
Willie STAHSON                             KREIENHEDER      Henry Edward STROMER 
Inse JANSSEN                  Wilhelm Hinrich SCHNULLE      Frauka Allena PETERS 
Elsche Edina JEREMIAS                    1886               Claus MARKEL 
Gesche ROSENDAHL              Gesiena ENNINGA               Everts Fokke JANSSEN 
Tomke Gesine STROMER          Weerth Gerdes DUIS            Klaas Rohlfs SCHMIDT 
Anna IDEUS                    Bernhard POST                 Emilie Karoline SCHMIDT 
Siefke DEFREESE               Wilhelm Janssen STROMER               1890 
Dirk Hinrichs OLTMANNS        Wilhelm Edward STROMER        Johann Deidrich HEYE 
Hermann Hinrich EIGENBERG     Ehe Harms IDEUS               Ede Frerich JEREMIAS 
Elise Johanna STROMER         Fenthe Maria HEYE             Fokke Harm IDEUS 
Antje ONKEN                   Alfred Wilhelm PAULICK        Elisabeth Maria CLAASEN 
Trientje Janssen              Wilhelm Albert HENDRESCHKE    Anna Jacobs HINRICHS 
            RADEMACHER        Nellie Louise NOWKA           Hinrich Claasen HINRICHS 
Anna Maria Dorethea           Albert Gustav DUMKE           Antke Maria DUDDEN 
            SCHRODER          Trientje Gerhardine STROMER   Remert ITZEN 
Hinrich Christopher STROMER   Alfred KIESCHKE               Tammie FLESSNER 
Siemen VANBOENING             George Edward WALTER          Jann Okkel THEESEN 
Harm SCHMIDT                           1887                 Wilke GRANEMAN 
Rohlf Antona SCHMIDT          Klaas Jakobs DEFREESE         Hinderika PETERS 
Aleck PETERS                  Jan Hero PETERS                       1891 
          1884                Fredrich Omun Janssen         Engalina Hinrichs 
Almuth FLESSNER                              SCHMIDT                       WESTERMAN 
Clara Louise SCHNULLE         Johann Friedrich Diedrich     Tame Claasen HINRICHS 
Lubbe Janssen ROTHFUSS                           HEYE       Johann Diedrich HEYE 
Gesche Anna HARMS             Joseph SCHMIDT                Hinrich Classen KEMPER 
Hermann Janssen HARMS         Maria Birdy SCHMIDT           Maria WilheLmina CLASSEN 
Carl Wilhelm Heinrich         Harm Jacob SCHMIDT            Ede Frerichs JEREMIAS 
             RODEFELD                   1888                Line Etina KRUEGER 
Ernst Hinrich BLOMENKAMP      Gretche Hermina IDEUS         Herman Christoph STROMER 
Hinrich Friedrich IDEUS       Emma HAASE                    Marie Elisebth SCHMIDT 

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GLENVIL (NE) ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH BAPTISM RECORDS (Continued)

        1891 Cont                       1895                Wilhelm SCHMIDT 
Trientje GOLDENSTEIN          Evert Ludwig HEYE             Elisabeth Henriette 
        1892                  Johann Friedrich HINRICHS                     STAMMER 
Helene 0. THEESEN             Roelfina HINRICHS             Lumke Gerhardine IDEUS 
Fenke Janssen BUHR            Rent Claassen HINRICHS        Harre Frerichs JEREMIAS 
John Luken GOLDENSTEIN        Hermann Heinrich BLOMENKAMP          1898 
Sophie GRANNEMANN             Hinke Maria HENSATH           Ettje Eilers KRUGER 
Karoline Margarethe           Dirk CORNELIUS                Antje Maria DEFREESE 
              SCHMIDT         Martin George GOLDENSTEIN     August Heinrich KEMPER 
Trientje Hilkea HINRICHS      Gebke Hinrichs WESTERMANN     Dirk Okkel THEESEN 
Oskar Edward DENTSCH          Trientje Hinrichs KRUGER      Fokke Hinrichs WESTERMANN 
Renetius HINRICHS             Gertie Marianne STROMER       Antje Maria THEESEN 
Iokke VANBOENING              Trientje Harmina ITZEN        Rachal Maria SCHMIDT 
Lammert Rippen KRUGER         Johann Fokke JANSSEN          Hinrich Renetius HINRICHS 
Wilhelm HINRICH               Siebelt Wilken SCHMIDT        Tini Lorina MEIER 
Johann Deidrick LYENSATH      Jann SMIDT                    Margarete Marie Louise 
Wilhelm Roland MEYER          Anna Maria IDEUS                             BLOMENKAMP 
Anna Maria Louise KEMPER      Renetius Claason PETERS       Janns Jannsen BRUNNKEN 
       1893                   Friedrich Dirks CLAASSEN      Hinrich Claassen Jacob 
Sophia Margarete              Sophia Elisabeth STAMMER                      HINRICHS 
              GOLDENSTEIN     Helena Wilkea THEESEN         Martin Gerdes STROMER 
Johann Hinrich WESTERMANN     Trientje KEMPER               Carl Anton VONNORDHEIM 
Sophia CORNELIUS                       1896                 Hinrich Fokken JANSSEN 
Trientje CLASSEN              Hinrich Claassen HINRICHS             1899 
Johanna CLASSEN               Hiskea HINRICHS               Siebelt Renken HINRICHS 
Trientje Gerhardine           Okkel THEESEN                 Magdalena Anna OCKINGA 
              HINRICHS        Gebbke Johanna SCHMIDT        August Louis VALENTIN 
Grmntka Maria HOUBRAK         Heie Janssen BUHR             Roalf Tamme HINRICHS 
Johann Luken GOLDENSTEIN      Clara Catharina Louise        Anna Margaretha HEYE 
Johanna Taulke HINRICHS                       BLOMENKAMP    Hilda Johanna DUDDEN 
Gesina Helmina RDSENDAHL      Siebelt ITZEN                 Maria Margaretha DUDDEN 
Anton Friedrich CLASSEN       Bryan William STROMER         Hinrich Otten DUDDEN 
Emma CORNELIUS                Ekke Hinrichs WATERMANN       Johann Gerdes BRUNKEN 
Wilke Okkel THEESEN           Hinrich Janssen               Almine CORNELIUS 
Gerd Harms SCHMIDT                         GOLDENSTEIN      Louis Jacob CLAASSEN 
        1894                          1897                  Meta Gertina ROSENDAHL 
Torhlke Sophie GOLDENSTEIN    Harry Gerd STROMER            Hinrich WESTERMANN 
Luke Janssen GRANEMANN        Reemt Renetius HINRICHS       Reemt Gerhard HINRICHS 
Teda GOLDENSTEIN              Rummert Fokke JANSSEN         Luke THEESEN 
Elisabeth GOLDENSTEIN         Johann Hinrichs GOLDENSTEIN           1900 
Carl Andreas STROMER          Klaas HINRICHS                Jakob Andreas HINRICHS 
Frauke Hiskea GOLDENSTEIN     Hiskea Fraukelina HINRICHS    Elisabeth Marie HOPPENS 
Jann Harms IDEUS              Eda Aline CLASSEN             Trientje Claassen 
Tamme Friedrich KEMPER        Tjade HEMSATH                                HINRICHS 
Evert JEREMIAS                Johann Hinrich WILLMS         Georg Janssen GOLDENSTEIN 
Mabel Elisabeth DEUTSCH       Harm Rolfs VALENTIN           Margaretha Gerturd BESS 
Maria JOHNSON                 Martje Johanne VALENTIN       August Heinrich KEMPER 
Trientje HINRICHS             Johanna Catherina             Heinrich Dick STAMER 
Frauke Hiskea HINRICHS                      CORNELIUS       Jacob Wilken THEESEN 
Moderina HINRICHS             Hero PETERS                   Richard Willey STROMER 
Ludwig Anton FLYR             Renetius Claassen             Gasper Heinrich BLOOMEN- 
Ickre Sophia SCHMIDT                       GOLDENSTEIN                          KAMP 
Christian Ludwig MEYER        Johann Classen HINRICHS        
   

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Submitted by: Mrs. D JoAnn Schiefilbein, Wichita, KS

Abstracts from THE CRETE NEWS, Crete (Saline Co.), Nebraska,

Thursday, October 30, 1913

NOTICE: All notified not to hunt on farms of the following:
Jos. KOCI          Anton KEELER          Jos. MUFF
John FRITZ         Jos, BELOHLAVY        Frank BELOHLAVY
AKSAMIT Bros.      Theo, HADEN           Henry WICKENCAMP
   

   Mrs. Marie KOSTLAN, an old settler, died Mon., Oct, 27, 1913. B in village of Slapy, near Tabor, Bohemia, on June 13, 1845. To the U.S. in 1882. Mar. E. KOSTLAN in 1887. Farmer 4 mi. north of Crete. 1911 settled in Crete. Hus. d. May 22, 1912. Survivors: sons, Edward & Emon. Bur. Riverside Cem.

   Ruth, dau. of Mr, & Mrs. D. T. GANTT, mar, at parents' home on Oct. 24, 1913 to August K. BAUMGART. Rev. W. A. TYLER officiated, Both reared in Saline Co.

   Albina, dau. of Mr. & Mrs. Mike NORAVEC of Crete, mar. at parents' home to Ed. MACA, eldest son of Mr, & Mrs. Martin MACA of near Pleasant Hill. Mar, Oct. 28, 1913 by Squire J. V. SHESTAK of Wilber. Couple will farm near Pleasant Hill.

   Hattie E. (THORN) CAMERON, b. Granville, Ill. Oct 31, 1865, died at age 47 yrs, 11 mo, 16 d. at Merritt Hosp. Ashland, Calif. She came to Nebr. in 1879 with pars. Mar. David F. CAMERON, Feb. 21, 1889. Two sons: William Stanley, aged 9; Donald C. who d. in Crete, Dec. 18, 1910, age 11 mo. She also left 5 bro. & 2 sis. Fun. at home of sister, Mrs, Laura IRELAND on Oct, 25, 1913. Bur. Riverside Cem.

   Fun. of the late Mrs. Perry TALLEY, last Fri., Oct, 24, 1913, was att'd. by Mr. & Mrs. W. C. COLLINSWORTH & little dau. of Lincoln.

   Jos. BRAUN opened a shoemaker shop in office bldg. of J. A. JELINEK.

   Mrs. Frank BRT, & dau. Anna, att'd. fun. of Mrs. Mary HOLTZ at Wilber on Tues., Oct. 28, 1913.

District Court Notices:
  Emma WITFORTH vs WITFORTH
  Josefa PECHOTA vs Matilda RECHOTA, minor
  State vs Clarence CLAWSON
      (Chg. with killing Ross McKINZIE on Aug, 2. 1913. Clawson claimed self-defense & defense of wife, Mary CRAFT.)
    Jurors:
      J. CHRYSLER   Geo. KAUTENSCHLAGER J. L. FREEBORN
      Jacob KREBS    John McDONALD             Fred WITFORTH
      C. D. FLEMING   Jake KREUSCHER            A. J. DEWALD
      Geo. BROOKS   Joe KASAL                   Ora CRONE
    Case to jury; verdict: murder in 2nd degree. Sentence: 15 yrs. in penitentiary.
  State vs John DOE.

Legal Notices:
    Probate of estate of Henry BURDEN
    Final Settlement on estate of William FULMER
    Creditors of estate.Johanna O. JOHNSON
    Probate of estate of Mary BRABEC
    Creditors of estate, Agnes Rebecca PAGE
    Notice to Non-Residents: Plaintiffs: Jarret Harvey YOUNG;
         Defendants: Adah May YOUNG, his wife; Charles BEARDON & wife;
         Ira BEARDON & wife; Anna GABY & G. GABY, hus.; Isaac N. YOUNG

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Abstracts from THE CRETE NEWS, cont'd.

         & Jennie wife; John BEARDON, ummd; Mamie KILWITZ & William, hus.;
         Clarence A, CALDWELL; James D. CLARK.

   Those from Crete who att'd. the coursing meet at Friend on Oct. 29, 1913:

   Frank KOBES   J. G. MILLER   Jos. NEDELA   L. B. HOKUF
   John BRYSON   Ike HUDSON

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THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL, Lincoln, Nebraska, Morning edition. 1874.

Abstracted by: Mrs. Georgene Morris Sones, Omaha      (Lancaster Co,)

1 Jan. 1874: (paper torn) Thursday

Mar. in Holy Trinity Church, 31 Dec, by Rev. R. C. TALBOTT, Mr, Sidney F. MEATON to Miss Mary Ann ATKINS all of Lancaster Co.

Mar. same time, place & by same, Mr. Richard H. CORNER to Miss Myra FERRANT all of Lancaster Co,

Petition for Divorce: James T. MORAN of Philadelphia, Penn., is notified that his wife, Mary E., filed for div. & custody of only child, Victoria May. (Hus. absent for more than 2 yrs. A. C. RICKETS, Att'y.)

3 Jan, 1874: (paper torn) Saturday

Legal Notice: M. G. BOHANAN, guardian of minor heirs of A. A. AMSBORY, dec. Geo. B. LAKE, Judge.

Legal Notice: estate of Henry C. CAMPBELL, dec. Execs. Cosper E. YOST & John D. LOTTRIDGE.

Petition for Divorce: Martha BOWERS of Lincoln asking for divorce from Uriah B. BOWERS & also for cust. of infant Minna BOWERS.

Legal Notice: Major G. BOHANAN as guardian of the persons & estates of Charles A, AMSBURY & Lee AMSBURY.

Mrs. W. H. WELLMAN of Sutton has Holy Bible prtd. in London in 1650. Contains family record of a Mr. WILLARD or some departed individual.
Mar. & births recorded as early as 1669/70,

Rev. O. T. CONGER honored on New Year's Day on his 40th birthday. Gifts & money to he & his lady,

6 Jan. 1874: Tuesday

Legal Notice: to Rebecca L. MORRISON, Sarah (present name unknown) whose former name was MORRISON & Jennie MORRISON, Petition by Benjamin F. FOLSON against Rebecca & Josiah MORRISON, now dec.

A Mr. ATKINSON, young & unmar., murdered on Friday night in Butler Co., bur. on Sunday.

Mrs. Dr. H. M. SABIN d. Sunday. Husband & children with her at end. Remains to former home in Edwardsville, Ill.

7 Jan 1874: Wednesday

The Mr. ATKINSON killed in Butler Co. on 6 Jan. was also known as Jonathan (or Johnson) BROOKS. Richard BROOKS, father of dec.
Dr. DICKEY of Lincoln was chg. with murder but was released. Brooks thinks he can identify murderers.

Probate of Estate: of Michael MORIARTY, dec., by Ann B. MORIARTY.

Probate of Estate: of Henry W. SOMMERLAD, dec., to Christina SOMMERLAD, Helen SOMMERLAD, Eliza SOMMERLAD, Caroline SOMMERLAD, Henry SOMMERLAD, Sophia SOMMERLAD, Phillip SOMMERLAD, Catherina SOMMERLAD & Charley SOMMERLAD. Att'ys.: Phillip B. MILLER & W. F. CHAPIN. Probate Judge: A. L. PALMER,

Probate of Estate: of Frederich YEIGH, dec. Admin. Abram BRANDT.

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Submitted by: Mrs. Marlene McDonald, Wahoo, Nebraska

"Past and Present of Saunders County, NE.", 'The City of Wahoo'. Pages 77-90.

J.E. LEE, Mr. HAWTHORNE and Mr. BARNARD claimed to have named Wahoo (Wauhoo),

First Settlers:

STOCKING, Moses-1865                   MORTON, John-Erected Commercial Hotel, 1878. 
LEE, J.M.&J.R.-S.4,T14,R7E,1869.       BRACKEN, John-Started Blacksmith Business, 1869. 
*Co. composed of the following,        MORTON, Dr. R.B.-Settled l870, lst Drug Store, l874. 
made claim to townsite in 1U70:        ANDREWS, Dayton-First Justice of the Peace. 
LEE, J.M. & J.R.*                      BELL, N.H.-Attorney 
LEE, William B.*                       DEAN, Frank-Attorney 
DORSEY, H.*                            BARNES, N.H.-First Hardware Store, 1874. 
BARNARD, E.H.*                         BEERMAKER, John-First Furniture Store 1874. 
HAWTHORN, J.J.*                        JAUSA, Anton-First Brewery, 1880. 
MINER*                                 OSTENBERG, 0tto-Settled 1876, opened 1st  Elevator. 
ANDREWS, Dayton-1872                   PHELPS, Isaac E.-1st Carpenter, settled 1874. 
BEEBE,Charles P.-1872                  RANCE, Thomas-Settled 1879, 1st Carriage Factory. 
STEVENS, John-Erected 1st Hotel,1869.  STURDEVANT, James B,-Settled 1869, 1st  Photographer. 
   
   
First Trustees after Wahoo incorporated on September 1, 1847:      BEEBE, Charles
REESE, M.B.           PERKY, H.D.           ANDREWS, D.            PICKETT, E. 
 
First Appointments: 
GILKESON, J.R.        BURR, C.M.            GILKESON, Harmon       BELL, N.H. 
 

New names appearing as Town Officials or Appointments:

KNEPPER, J.A.-1875    SAYL0R, J..G.-1875    PERKINS, J.W--1875     REESE, M.B.-1875  
BEEBE, C.P.-1875      KNAPP, R.H.-1875      BARNHOUSE, L.E.-1875   WILLIAMS, C.F.-1876  
ANDERSON, Henry-1876  SAYLOR, J.G.-1876     MENGEL, I.R.-1876      BEEBE, C.-1878  
BURTON, G.W.-1876     PRICE, E.-1878        ANDERSON, H.-1876      KOUDELLE, F.-1878  
SMITH, J.A.-1878      BROWN, H.-1878        REED, J.L.-1878        JOHNSON, C.S.-1878  
MOSHER, John-1878     PERKY, Charles-1878   ANDREWS, W.-1878       EBLING, George-1878  
LYLE, E.E.-1878       DICKINSON, W.H.-1878  ELLSWORTH, M.L.-1878   BELL, N.H.-1879  
GREGORY, N.R.-1878    BURNETT, L.T.-1878    PERRY, Arthur-1878     COPP, C.M.-1885  
MARSH, P.-1878        BURR,  C.M.-1878      KEEFER, W.G.-1878      CLAPP, Mr.-1878  
CHASE, G.W.-1878      KOUDELLE, Frank-1878  SORNBERGER, S.H.-1879  JOHNSON, Mr.-1879  
REYNOLDS, Almer-1879  STRATTON, F.M.-1880   JOSEPH, John-1880      KILLIAN, Thomas-1880  
ANDERS0N, Henry-1885  BEATTY, H.O.-1885     JOHNSON, John-1885     JOHNSON, C.S.-1885  
CLARK, S.A.-1886      COLLINS, C.A.-1886    MCCUTCHAN, F.P.-1886   GILSON, R.M.-1886  
LUBKER, C.H.-1886     FRUSH, George-1886    AULT, W.-1886          LEPSA, F.J.-1886  
                                                                   WILLEY, J.J.-1886  
 

Mayors from 1886:

COPP, C.M.-1886              WHITE, H.K.-1898               LEHMKUHL, Ed-1905-09  
DICKINSON, W.H.-1887-88-89   SHERMAN, John F.-1899          HAMILTON, J.C.-1910  
KILLIAN, Thomas-1890-91-93   HEATON, R.A.-1900-01           LYLE, L.H.-1911  
PERKY, Charles-1892          STRATTON, F.M.-1902-03         MIELENZ, C.L.-1912  
SNYIER, F.J.-1894            PERKY, Charles-1904            KEARNEY, James-1913 
WILDE, John S.-1895-96-97                                   LEHR, W.J.-1915                 
 
Wahoo Post Office was established in 1869. James LEE was the first Postmaster.

Later Postmasters and their Assistants:

ALEXANDER, Sarah E.-1874-78  PIERSON, Charles-Asst.         SHERMAN, John F.-1894-98  
DAVIS, Pearl-Asst.           HARRISON, Charles J.-1887-91   SHERMAN, Mrs. J.F.-Asst.  
STEEN, John-1878-83          LODER, George E.-Asst.         ANDERSON, John A.-1898-07  
MERRIAM, E.M.-Asst.          KENNEY, Robert J.-1891-94      ANDERSON, Karl A.R.-Asst.  
DAVIS, Joseph N.-1883-87     LODER, George E.-Asst.         MAUCK, William T.-1907-15  
                                                            MAUCK, Mrs. W.T.-Asst.  
                                                            LUDI, Nelson J.-1915  
 
The First National Bank organized July 15, 1882 by Henry ANDERSON; b. 1845, Peter
ANDERSON, first Cashier. J.M. CHAPMAN, Vice President.
Later Members: HANSON, Oscar     HANSON, Ernest      KUDRNA, L.J.
   

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"Past and Present of Saunders Co., NE.", "The City of Wahoo', Cont'd

Citizens Bank of Wahoo was organized Hay 8,1895 by E.J. COLLINS, H.A. LYLE, Henry HASTINGS, C.A. COLLINS and E.E. LYLE. In 1882 a private bank of LYLE & COLLINS was organized with the officers: E.E. LYLE, Henry HASTINGS and C.A. COLLINS. Later members were: J.M. OHSLUND, Emil BENSON and C.J. FICENEE. Saunders Co. National Bank was organized in 1884 with its members: W.C. KIRCHMAN, F.J. KIRCHMAN and J.J. JOHNSON.

The DORSEY brothers also were early private bankers in Wahoo.

Name of people associated with Wahoo Newspapers:

SMITH
PICKETT, T.J.    PERKY, J.S.     DAVIS, Major        DAVIS, R.F.
LUDI, Nelson J.  DAVIS, J.B.     MACMURPHY, John A.  PALMER Hamlin
PERRY, H.D.      ANDREWS         BEATTY, H.O.        HUTCHINSON, Carter
HALL, Ed J.      HANCOCK, A.U.   PYLE                SHERMAN, John F.
RICHHART, J.F.   SCHRAM, John    WRIGHT              THOMPSON, J.A.
   
Mrs. R.N.H. KELLEY was the first lady to ride over the O.&R.V.R.R. in the country,
   

Businesses in 1876:

J. MANNERS & Co.-Ashland    O.M. CARTER-Ashland    F.S. STEWARD-Wahoo
DOUDNA & COLEMAN-Ashland    J.H. WHITE-Wahoo       I. SOULE-Wahoo,
A.W. VANDEMAN-Ashland       Joseph ARNOLD-Wahoo    Frank KOUDELE-Wahoo
H.H. SHEDD & Co.-Ashland    James M. LEE-Wahoo     F.C. WILLIAMS-Wahoo
T.J. CHASTARN-Ashland       Henry ANDERSON-Wahoo   E.E. LYLE-Wahoo
                            BARNES & REID-Wahoo    H.A. ALDEN
   
The 1886 prairie fire in Douglas Preoinct; heaviest losers were:
STURDEVANT, D.E.       WELCH, James       ALLEN, Hugh       BIGNELL, E.
   
I. C. FLOR's mill dam went out in 1872. 
Other mills owned by DEAN, GREEN & J.F. ROLL.

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Submitted by: James Do Wolken, North Platte, NE

"Early Files" section of the TECUMSEH CHEIFTAIN (Johnson County)

September 1888:

ELZA S. MORRIS & Kate BANTZ mar. by Rev. CHAPIN.
Judson L. CLARK & Sallie D. CAMP mar, 9 Sept. by Rev. George SCOTT.
Howard DOLLARHIDE & Annie NISSLEY of Sterling were mar.
Mar. 21 Sept. F. H. BROWN & Flora GODFREY by Justice of Peace R. P. FARIS of Helena prec.
Mar. Patrick McGRATH & Mary ROONEY of Crab Orchard.
G. D. BENNETT mar. to Allie HOLMES dau. of Hon. C. A. HOLMES, 27 Sept.
A dau. born to Mr, & Mrs, R. M. FROST.
A son, 12 Sept. to Mr. & Mrs. Elsie COMBS.
W. B. ROWELL of Sterling died.
Bessie, age 3 only child of Mr. & Mrs, Rufus HOWE died.
John RYAN killed at Hickman, railroad accident.

Names mentioned:
D. F. SUTHERLAND of Sterling; W. S. BOWMAN, Mrs. MERRILL, Dr. NEFF of Sterling: Clark PUFFER, Talmage; F. P. ALEXANDER; Patrick RELLIS sold farm to Dr, McGRANN of Louisville, Ky.; Mr. J. A. DILLON; Miss Addie RUSSELL; Matt OFFILL; Cyrus PHILLIPS; M. ROGERS.


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Submitted by: Miss Clarice Anderson, Blair, NE

SCHOOL CENSUS DIST. 37, June 1897, Washington County, Known as the Washington School

Name of Parents or Guardian    Name of Youth      Age 
   
Frits BURGMAN                  Annie               16 
                               John                13 
                               Fred                11 
                               George               8 
Christ BURGMAN                 Mary                14 
                               Magie               11 
                               Chris                7 
Peter RASMUSEN                 Rasmunen Ras        13 
                               Sene                 8 
                               Mary HANSEN         14 
J. C. JOHNSON                  Annie                5 
William VOSS                   Henry               13 
                               Annie               11 
                               Maggie               8 
                               Willie               5 
Christ GOSCH                   Ewa                  9 
                               Sena                 8 
                               Willie               5 
F. J. CARTER                   George               7 
                               Lucile               5 
J. W. FITCH                    Guy                  8 
                               Lanna (Danna?)       5 
                               Nels PETERSEN       20 
J. A, STEWART,                 Alma                13 
                               Bertha              11 
                               Willie               7 
                               Dick                 5 
G. JOHNSON                     Minnie              13 
                               Jongual ? (boy)     11 
                               Gilbert              7 
Mrs. Mary JASZOWIAK            Andrew              17 
                               August               8 
                               Rosa                15 
                               Dora ?              12 
                               Sopha               10 
Charley PETERSEN               Louis               12 
                               Peter               11 
                               Mary                 9 
                               Louisa               7 
                               Annie                5 
Nels ANDERSEN                  Alvine               8 
                               Andrew               7 
Frank KNIGHT                   Magy ROLING         17 
J. H. BROACH
A. W. JAKE
Jacob PETERS                   Willie               9 
(from #41 by petition)         Charley              7 
                               Emma TRINIZ         13 
   

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School Census Dist, 37 Washington Co. cont'd.

Henry WENDT                    Henry, Jr,          15 
(from E35 by petition)         Charley              9 
                               Martha              12 
                               Mary                 6 
   

List of School Age Children, 1903 - 1904

PETERS, Jacob                  Charley             12 
                               Fred                10 
                               Minnie               9 
ROSENKILDE, S. K.              Henry                9 
                               Annie                7 
WENDT, Hy,                     Mary                13 
                               Minnie               7 
BURGMAN, Chr.                  Maggie              13 
                               Della               11 
BURGMAN, Fritz                 George              14 
                               Bernhard            10 
                               Amanda               7 
STARK, Fritz                   Henry               11 
                               Charley              9 
SIMONSEN, Hy.                  Emma                13 
                               Bertha              11 
                               Katrina              9 
CLAUSSEN, Hy.                  Carry PARSONS        9 
JOHNSON, Jas. C.               Annie               12 
                               Carrie              10 
                               Christain            8 
ANDERSEN, Nels                 Andrew              13 
                               Jennie ?            10 
                               Carrie               8 
PETERSEN, Chas.                Louise              14 
                               Annie               12 
                               Dagmar               8 
RHETZLOFF, Herman              Herman              11 
                               George               7 
JASZKOWIAK, Mrs,               August              14 
RASMUSSEN, Peter               Knud                 7 
GOTTSCH, B.                    Katie                7 
ARFF, ___                      Lily                10 
BRAESCH, ___                   Herman              14 
PAASCH,___                     Arthur               7 
   

Nothing is so soothing to our self-esteem as to find our bad traits in our forbears. It seems to absolve us. -- Van Wyck Brooks

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Submitted by Glenn Crouch, Omaha, NE
Source "The Friday Morning Post" dated 01 May 1891 (Millard, Douglas Co, NE)

PERSONS MAKING NEWS IN MILLARD

The following were mentioned in The Friday Morning Post:

ANDERSON, Wm.-store in Millard          p.8   KASSABUM, Wm.-family poisoned at Tobias     7 
ANDRESEN, William-businessman             1   KEZIGRENST, Mrs.-lives in Omaha             1 
ARFF, John-hotel proprietor               1   KELSEY, Henry-insurance salesman            1 
   
ARFF, Mrs. John                           1   KOCH, Chris-owns hotel and livery stable    1 
ATKINSON, J.L.-lives in Ashland           6   KOCH, Mrs. Chris-visited Omaha              1 
AYERS, Dr.-lives in Omaha                 1   KRAL, Joseph-family poisoned at Tobias      7 
BADER, Lizzie (Mrs.)- lives IA            1   KUHL, Mrs. Claus-lives in Chalco            1 
BENNETT, W.R.-grocer in Omaha             8   LEMBRECH, Carson                            1 
BLUMER, Henry-store in Chalco             1   LEMKE, John-stock dealer                    1 
BLUMER, Mrs. Henry                        1   LEMKE, Mrs. John-visited Omaha              1 
BRITTAIN, Samuel-live in Elmwood          6   LeVON, William-lives in Gretna              1 
   
BRITTAIN, Mrs. Samuel                     6   LeVON, Mrs. William-lives in Gretna         1 
BUCHANAN, J.K.-R.R. ticket agt            8   LINK, Dr.-cared for John FREDERKSON         1 
BUOYER, William                           1   LOMAX, E.L.-general passenger agt Omaha     1 
BURT, H.C.-R.R. general mgr               8   MASTIN, J.T.-R.R. ticket agt at Omaha       8 
CHRISTENSEN, A.D.-brick yard              1   MEYERS, George-caught stealing in Omaha     6 
COLLIER, O.G.-bee keeper Fairbury         2   MULLINS, Prof.-teacher                      1 
CURRY, G. W.-lives in Auburn              6   PETERS, Wm.-general store                   8 
DAHAMKE, Chris-saddles, bridles           1   PETERSON, Adolph-live in Portal             1 
DAILY, Jim                                1   PETERSON, Mrs. Adolph-lives in Portal       1 
EBENER, Dr. Fred-Jus. of Peace            1   PLENTY HORSE-on trial                       1 
FOSS, Mr.-visited Omaha                   1   POLLARD, John-lives in South Omaha          1 
FRANCIS, J.-ticket agt Omaha              8   POPPENHAGEN, Chris-prop. Millard Hotel      1 
FREDERKSON, John-injured                  1   POWERS, Pat-visited Omaha                   1 
FRICK, Mr.-firm in Omaha                  1   POWERS, Mrs. Pat-visited Omaha              1 
FROHM, H.-meat market                     1   RASMUSSEN, Peter-committed suicide Hastings 7 
GANTS, William                            1   SCHATZ, Fritz-visited Omaha                 1 
GERNDORFF, Herman-visited Omaha           1   SCHATZ, Mrs. Fritz-visited Omaha            1 
GIFT, Charles-injured                     1   SCHMIDT, August-prop. Chalco Hotel          1 
GOODHARD, G.H.-lives in Elkhorn           1   SCHMIDT, Mrs. August-attended ball          1 
GRIFFIN, Wilson-lives in Omaha            1   SCHROEDER, Mr.-saloon owner                 1 
GROTE, Mr.-lives in Omaha                 1   SCHROEDER, Fred-visited Omaha               1 
HAINES, Thomas E.-editor                  1   SCHROEDER, Julius-visited Omaha             1 
HALLENBECK, Horace-visit Omaha            1   SELDEN, Perry-bought Drovers Journal print   
HALLENBECK, Mrs. Horace                   1       estab. of South Omaha                   1 
HARDES, John-son, 13, died                6   SHIPMAN, W.M.-general agent at Omaha        8 
HECK, Tom-lives in South Omaha            1   SHIVERICK, Chas.-furniture store Omaha      7 
HOADLEY, B.B.-lives in Brownville         6   SIERT, Henry-visited Omaha                  1 
HOFFMAN, Mr.-firm in Omaha                1   SLIOEK, Joseph-family poisoned at Tobias    7 
HOLSTEIN, Chris-blacksmith                1   SPEARMAN, Charles-lives in another town     1 
JOHNSON, Mr.-wounded in holdup                SPEARMAN, Hick-lives in another town        1 
   at Valpariso                           1   STOBLE, Sophia-attempted suicide            6 
KAELBER, Chris-visited Omaha              1   TEASON, Mrs. William-visited Omaha          1 
KAELBER, Mrs. Chris                       1   THRASHER, Ray-lives at Loup City            6 
KAELBER, Wm.-general store                8   TRAIN, George Francis-making trip of cont.  1 
KAI, David-visited Omaha                  1   TURNER, W. E.-lives at Benkleman            6 
   

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Submitted by Glenn Crouch, Omaha NE
(continued-Persons Making News in Millard)

UTOFF, August-lives at Elkhorn            1                                              
VON DOHREN, William-dealer in agri-
       cultural implements              1;8                                              
WARNSTEDT, Maggie (Miss)-from Omaha       1                                              
WATTS, J.R.-from Waterloo                 1                                              
WELCH, Fred-visiting from nearby          1                                              
WELCH, sis of Fred-visiting               1                                              
WELCH, William-barber                     1                                              
WELCH, Mrs. William-visited Omaha         1                                              
WESTFAHLEN, Godfrey-from Chalco           1                                              
WEYBRIGHT, J. F.-visited Papillion        1                                              
WEYBRIGHT, Mrs. J.F.-vis. Papillion       1                                              
WHEAT, Jenning-visitor from out of town   1                                              
WILSON, C.L.-editor of Elkhorn Exchange   1                                              
ZIEMER, A.C.-travel agent at Lincoln      8      

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Copied from church booklet at Nebraska State Historical Society by Mrs. Georgene Morris Sones, Omaha NE
(Otoe County)

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - NEBRASKA CITY

In 1855 Henry W. GILTNER & bride came from Hanover, Indiana. The First Presbyterian Chruch was dedicated 1 Nov 1855. Henry W. GILTNER was assisted by Rev. L. G. BELL of Sidney, Iowa. Charter Members were:

Mr. & Mrs. D.F. JACKSON   Mrs. Marie MARTIN     Miss Emily LORTON
Mr. & Mrs. W.B. HALL      Soloman MARTIN        Miss Nancy PEARMAN
Mrs. Harriet ANDERSON     David MARTIN          Mrs. S.E. GILTNER
Mrs. Mary COWLES          W.S. VAN DOREN
Mrs. Katherine COWLES     Dr. J.C. CAMPBELL

   W.B. HALL & William BUCHANAN were elected elders 23 June 1856.

   The first church was built in 1857. J.B. LULL, John DARLY and John MCFARLAND helped on the construction. Early family names were: FULTONS, Dr. BRINKER, MILLER Brothers, KINNEYS, HARDINGS, TEMPLINS, MCCOMAS, George HAWKE



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Church Notes from ALLIANCE SEMI-WEEKLY TIMES, Alliance, Box Butte Co., Nebraska, March 9, 1906

A. M. A. Services, H. H. HAWKINS, pastor.
Episcopal Church, Wm. H. FROST, Rector.
M. E. Church.
U. P. Church, Mrs. PETERSON, Mrs. John JOHNSON.
Baptist Church,

(from same source)

John A. WILSON, of near Marple, has rec'd. notice of his appointment as postmaster at Marple.

Alliance Lodge, #183, A.F.&A.M: Ira E. TASH, W.M., Leon H. MOSHER, Sec'y.

Ticket for City Government:
C. O. ASPENWALL       F. M. KNIGHT
D. WATERS             J. P. HAZARD
C. C. SMITH           F. E. ALLEN
D. W. HUGHES          Robt. GRAHAM
J. A. MALLERY

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Submitted by: Robert E. Malick, Blue Hill, NE

(MORGAN - THOMPSON Family Records)

Family Birth Records:

MORGAN, Haynes, born 1768,
MORGAN, Elizabeth, born December 25th, 1778,
MORGAN, Mary T., born January 25th, 1804.
MORGAN, Susannah R., born March 13th, 1806
MORGAN, Haynes, born September 21st, 1807
MORGAN, Haynes T., born October 5th, 1808
MORGAN, Elizabeth S., born August 26th, 1811
MORGAN, John B., born August 6th, 1813
MORGAN, William B., born February 27th, 1818
MORGAN, Vincent S., born March 23rd, 1820
MORGAN, Susan C., born May 22nd, 1821
   
THOMPSON, Rees B., born March 24, 1817
THOMPSON, William H., born Aprile 19th, 1842
THOMPSON, Leslie Haynes born July 24th, 1845
THOMPSON, John V. born January 2nd, 1849
THOMPSON, Elizabeth V., born December 1st, 1851
THOMPSON, Mary S., born November 2nd, 1854
THOMPSON, Rees B., born January 18th, 1857
THOMPSON, John F., born June 18th, 1882
THOMPSON, Bernice M., born March 15th, 1887
THOMPSON, William H.,  born April 21th, 1892
   
   Sons of John V. THOMPSON
THOMPSON, Rees B., born March 16, 1910
THOMPSON, Ralph M., born Oct, 30, 1916
THOMPSON, John Vincent
THOMPSON, Leslie H.
THOMPSON, Thomas
   
   Son of W. H. THOMPSON THOMPSON 
Dale M.
   
   FAMILY-RECORD MARRIAGES
      
Rees B. THOMPSON to Susan C. MORGAN, June 10th 1841 by David F. PALMER.
William H. THOMPSON To Marion C. RIEVES, Nov, 22nd 1871 by Rev. B. E. CAUDILE,
George W. BUCHANAN to Elizabeth V. THOMPSON, Feb. 26th 1872 by Rev. N. V. WILSON,
A, H. SPRACHER to Mary S. THOMPSON, Sept. 12th 1877 by Rev NITNER.
Rees B. THOMPSON to Fanny R. DAVIS, March 19th 1897 by Rev: W.C. RILEY.
John V. THOMPSON to Martha J. McELRAVEY(?), Oct, 15th 1890 by Rev. RAY.
Rees B. THOMPSON to Ida L. BENNETT, July 26, 1886 by Judge McKEIGAN.
Bernice M. THOMPSON to John Elwood MALICK, Jan, 16, 1907.
William H. THOMPSON to Grace BONER, Oct. 12, 1915 at Cowles, Nebraska.
   
   DEATHS
      
Haynes MORGAN, Sep 18th 1826          Elizabeth MORGAN, Sep 12th 1829  
Rebecca S. THOMPSON, Sep 2nd 1840     Henry B. THOMPSON, Nov. 30th 1849  
Amanda M. THOMPSON, May 19th 1842     Rees B. THOMPSON Aug 6th 1859  
Susan C. THOMPSON, Nov 9th 1876       Fannie R. THOMPSON, Dec, 6th 1884  
John V. THOMPSON, Nov 8th 1908        William H. THOMPSON, Nov. 15 1914  
Rees Bowen THOMPSON, July 1 1924      Marion C. THOMPSON, Jan, 7. 1931  
Mary S. SPRACHER, Jan. 18 1931        Ida L. THOMPSON May 29, 1959  
 

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Deaths cont'd.

Ralph M. THOMPSON - Service 1945      Dale M. THOMPSON, April 13, 1957  
Leslie Haynes THOMPSON, Aug. 1951     John Vincent THOMPSON, Jan. 1960  
Wm. H. THOMPSON, Sept, 24 - 1966      Bernice M. THOMPSON MALICK,  
                                         Feb. 14, 1976  

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Unclaimed Letters at Fullerton Neb., Postoffice, Dec. 12, 1898. (Nance County) from THE FULLERTON POST.

Chan FORD                 Mr. & Mrs, Geo. FORD    Mr. Harry L. NELSON 
Gudmund NILSEN (Foreign)
   

Unclaimed Letters, Jan, 9. 1899.

BROWN, Mr. R. J.          BYBIE, Mr Jem           JACKSON, J. T. 
MILLER, Miss Lilla        MILLER, E. C.           METERS, Mr. Ed. 
NELSON, Mr, O,            RANDOLPH, Mr. J. A.     REEVES, J. H.   

Unclaimed Letters, Jan, 23, 1899.

FISHER, Mrs. J. F.        HODGE, H.               RANDOLPH, Mr. Allen 
WHITMER, Mr. Cyrus   

Unclaimed Letters, Jan, 30, 1899.

FOX, Mr. Charles          FENNER, Mrs. James      HALVERSON, Mr. Willey 
STINGLEY, Miss Deila  

Unclaimed Letters, Feb, 6, 1899.

ADELL, Mr. Seferd         CLAYTON, Miss Ida       MILLER, W. L. 
DOUTHIT, A. S. Vet. Surg.                         TAYLOR, L. J. 
SCHOENING, Mr. August                             SHEELY, Mrs, M, A,    

Unclaimed Letters, Feb, 13, 1899.

SHERRER, Arthur           BUTTKUS, Fred           BUCHOLZ, W. 
MARDSLY, Mrs. N. H.       OLESON, Otto            JOHNSON & WOODBURY 
   
                 Loring W. MORGAN,  Postmaster

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The Nance County Teachers' Assoc. Program, February 11, 1899, from THE FULLERTON POST, Jan, 13, 1899.

Names of those on program: Miss ELLSWORTH; Misses PORTERFIELD; Mrs. Geo. ELLSWORTH; 
   Mrs. Hattie NATION; Miss Helen HUSE; Prof. Robt. CAMPBELL; Miss Mary STURGEON; 
   Miss Anna ME_K; Mrs. Geo. BERGEN; Mrs. Jane BARRE; Mrs, Will LUCE; Misses HUSE & LUMRY; 
   Rev. CAMPBELL; Miss KIRK; Miss Nellie THOMPSON; Misses LaGRANGE & LUMRY; 
   Miss Edith RIDELL; Mrs. G. W. CORNELL; Albert THOMPSON; W. L. ROSE; Miss SUMNER.
   
Business & Professional: 
   T. C. McMILLIAN, M.D., Physician & Surgeon. J. F. JOHNSON, F. W. JOHNSON - Johnson Bros., Physicians & Surgeons. J. W. McCLELLAND, Attorney & Counsellor at Law.

Albert THOMPSON, Attorney at Law

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