NSGS Ancestree


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Submitted by D. JoAnn Schiefelbein, Wichita, KS

From Hamilton County "Atlas" (1903)

1903 HAMILTON COUNTY ATLAS

FARMERS VALLEY PRECINCT T 9 N R 5W

Sect. No. Name

Acres

1.

Jacob PENNER

162.10

12.

J. P. HUEBERT

118

23.

David ELY

80

C. REGIER

80.53

John PENNER

180

J. ZIMMERLE

80

I. BROWN

80.17

Peter Buller Est.

160

C.L.U. BUTE

160

H. PANKRATZ

77

Henry FRIESEN Est.

120

W. ROEMMICK

80

school

Klaas FRIESEN

160

G. FRANZ

240

J. J. FRIESEN

40

13.

B. FRIESEN Est.

320

26.

G. A. THOMPSON

180

John PENNER

40

Jacob RATH

80

P.A.C. REED

160

Henry PANKRATZ

76

T. H. ELLY

80

V. L. HOPKINS

80

Isaac BROWN

76

G. A. THOMSON

80

F. D. COPSY

320

2.

Henry OTT

242.74

A. D. PETERS

80

25.

Wm. HAGEMEISTER

32.3

J. I. KROCKER

81.58

C. PETERS

80

H. H. DUECK

160

H. PANKRATZ

81.40

14.

John P. REED

160

J. I. KROEKER

287

Frank C. DICK

80

G.G. FAST

80

Karl HUFFMAN

160

H. D. JEANZEN

80

Wm. WICKS

80

26.

W. ROEMMICK

260

John FRIESEN

80

L. P. HUNNELL

80

Catherine BROWN

160

3.

J. B. FRIESEN

82.09

Jacob ZIMMERLE

80

school

Cornelius REGIER

82.51

J. W. WELCH

80

cemetery

Abram TOEWS

80

S. A. POLLARD

80

Jacob HEINZ

200

Peter PENNER

80

15.

Johan SPERLING

160

J. GREISS

80

Henry BULLER

160

Jas. E. REED

160

Peter FUHRER

80

Henry OTT

160

Wm. BANTZ

80

27.

W. O. SINGER

160

4.

Wm. H. REYNOLDS

159.93

J. HOPKINS

80

C. GREISS

160

A. H. BROWNING

161.23

Adam GEORGE

80

Jacob HEINZ

320

Fredk. LORENZ

80

J. EGLY

80

28.

George FUHRER

80

Equitable Trust Co.

80

16.

Jacob HARTER Est.

156

Jacob OCHSNER Est.

80

W. H. REYNOLDS

160

M. G. FUEHRER

156

Karl HUFFMAN

5.

W. M. TUCKER

120.84

Jacob FUEHRER

40

C. M. GREISS

240

O. O. STRAND

200.04

Conrad KNISS

152

29.

Henry ELFRING

280

Wm. TUCKER

160

Willis VanMATRE

160

school

C. A. SHARP

160

17.

L. C. RIKER

160

N. WILD

80

6.

Isaac ZORTMAN

160.33

C. E. FERRIS

160

F. H. CLARK

80

Hiram LEFEVER

161.20

Fred WEISS

150

Jacob OCHSNER Est.

80

Jas. E. STRODE

161.43

Aug. SCHRADER

160

30.

H. E. STOCKHAM

144

M.E. EVANS

160

18.

J. K. HARTNELL

81.54

Wm. J. STOCKHAM

10

7.

Jacob W. SWEARINGEN

162.20

Carl DRUBA

81,58

W. STOCKHAM

Hiram LEFEVER

160

L. C. RIKER

320

Alonzo LEWIS

163.4

Chas. H. EVANS

162.55

Peter LEFEVER

163.27

James ROLLO

312.7

Z. J. DENMAN

160

19.

Peter LEFEVER

163.50

31.

J. P. OCHSNER

162.6

8.

Wm. TUCKER

160

Judie JOHNSON

158

Geo. A. WILCOCK

160

F. G. SMITH

160

C. A. COATS

83.78

Margt. TRAUDT et al

160

school

Louis McGRAU

80

Geo. HIN

160

Z. J. DENMAN

160

Karl DRUBA

75

32.

James BEAT

280

Sarah J. BUTE et al

160

Jas. ROLLO

78

Nicholas WILD

200

9.

J. C. CRANE

320

20.

Judie JOHNSON

150

J. N. HEFTY

160

Francis WEINZ

80

Jacob HARTER Est.

160

33.

Philip OCHSNER

160

Margt. TODD

80

Elmer HUNTER

160

J. OSCHSNER, Est.

80

Peter QUIRING

80

F. H. CLARK

160

John KNISS Est.

160

Aaron RANPEL

80

21.

W. MILL

Jacob OCHSNER Est.

80

10.

John FRIESEN

160

George FUEHRER

240

E.A. McVEY

160

Peter FRIESEN

155

M. NICHOLAUS

80 & 160

34.

C. GREISS

80

James W. HUNNELL

217

Chris GEORGE

160

Julius KINKHARDT

160

D.E. STARR

96

22.

Thos. C. KLUMP

160

D. E. STARR

80

school

David ELY

80

E. A. McVEY

160

11.

Thomas FRIESEN

235

Ella KLUMB

80

Philip KRAFT

John FRIESEN

80

Jacob VOSBURG

160

35.

Jacob GREISS

460

C.C. DICK

160

A. PARR

80

C. GREISS

60

Cornelius REGIER

160

C. DICK

80

J. J. BONEKEMPER

120


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1903 Hamilton County Atlas, Farmers Valley Precinct, continued.

36.

Peter J. GENOR

160

11.

Ora T. McCONAUGHEY

80

22.

S.F. LENTZ

160

Karl HUFFMAN

160

school

Alice ANDERSON

80

H. DICK

80

E. M. VAN VORMER

80

23.

O.T. McCONAUGHEY

80

Albina GREISS

80

12.

Ida J. WOODS

80

E. & Mary R. HULING

160

Henry HUFFMAN

160

D. C. KEISSEL

80

A.Z. WILSON

240

 

 

Jacob W. SWEARINGEN

160

E.E. BIRD 160

ORVILLE PRECINCT (T 9 N R6W)

Danl. KRABIEL

160

24.

C.W. SAYLOR

80

1.

C. H. EVANS

19.61

Saml. H. MOORE

160

Mary J. FLICKINGER

160

John WISEMAN

19.37

13.

J. K. HARTNELL

80

A.S. FLICKINGER

80

M. T. KERR

160

A. Van WORMER

80

S.F. LENTZ

80

A. P. HUNTER

80

Saml. H. MOORE

80

Ella M. KILGORE

80

John A. HUNTER Est.

240

Carl DRUBA

80

P.C. HOUSEL

160

2.

Moritz KOHN

159.32

Delmer W. CALL

320

25.

Amos BENT

175

O. W. CASS

160

14.

Caroline WARNER

120

P.C. HOUSEL

60

Chas. L. SMITH

160

J.K. HARTNELL

1160

G.W.S COONS

97

Belle McMULLEN

160

A.J. McCONAUGHEY

120

James CAMERON Est.

153

3.

D. W. ALLEN

239.68

O.T. McCONAUGHEY

P.P. VAN WICKLE Est.

153

C. D. CASS

79.99

B.E. McCONAUGHEY

80

N.W. SWEARINGEN

10

Elizabeth FARNEY

320

Eliza PRUDY

160

Carrie FORCE

16.70

4.

Jas D. KERR

79.52

15.

John W. WOODS

80

26.

A.Z. WILSON

80

John LULLOW

80

W. RIECKER

80

J.H. SMITH

80

Margaret FISH

91.82

J. RICHARDS

160

Joseph ROWE

160

Moritz COHN

79.86

Annie WAGNER

160

Mary DICKSON

160

James D. KERR

240

Jesse CHAFFEE

120

W.L. STARK

80

Ernest STONER

80

A.J. McCONAUGHEY

40

James CAMERSON Est.

80

5.

N. W. TITMAN

239.60

16.

Wm. C. WAECHTER

120

27.

Emily W. BROWN

166

Chas. DAVIS

39.14

John BEACON

40

Alice ANDERSON

80

Mary L. DAVIS

40

Wm. C. WAECHTER (school

M.M. PATTERSON

240

K. CAIN

80

land)

80

Emily W. BROWN

160

L. ?. McKERN

80

Chas. PAXTON (school

28.

Alexander SALMON

160

Chas. DAVIS

80

land)

80

Catherine SALMON BOAG

M.L. & J.A. DAVIS

80

Ernest MEINTZ

200

et al

239

6.

N. H. CLINE

157.32

Wm. GREELZ

40

Katie BOAG

80

I. POTTER

79.94

John MEINTZ

80

P.F. WILSON

80

M. STEPHENSON et al

79.9

17.

I.E. McKERN

80

Ed WILSON

81

Wm. BOYER

117.52

L.J. McKERN

80

29.

Jos. HUDSON

160

M. E. McDANIEL

30

Eliza WAECHTER

80

James McKEAND

80

J. B. McDANIEL

10

John BEACON

120

Alexander SALMON

80

7.

Wm. BOYER

38.82

A.G. PETERSON

160

Henry HEISER

80

J. B. McDANIEL

38.87

A.F. SOLOMON

40

Patrick FINNEGAN

80

Elijah CRIDDELL

160

John A. RUTHERFORD

80

C.M. JENSEN

160

Ziba M. FOX

78.91

18.

Edwd. LEIBHARDT

78.97

30.

J.E. TOWNSLEY

79.08

M.B. WORTHINGTON

78.96

Earl TUTTLE

78.95

J.R. DAVIDSON

120

John B. CAIN

160

J.A. COLE

1160

Chris HANSEN

120

M. & John B. CAIN

80

Perry E. WHITE

78.93

Saml. N. KINSINGER

159.10

8.

L.J. McKERN

80 & 80

W.H. KINNER Est.

78.91

F.A. LJUNDAHL

80

John B. CAIN

160

A.G. PETERSON

160

31.

E. Frank MERCER

159.40

school

19.

W.P. WHITE

78.11

Chris KAUK

160

J. L. EVANS

160

W.H. KINNER Est.

120

Chris DEINS

159.80

Frederick WAECHTER

160

John BEAT

240

E.F. MERCER

80

9.

J. L. EVANS

160

Wm. TOWNSLEY

39.29

Henry MILLER

80

Mary L. EVANS

40

J.P. DAVIDSON

80

32.

Henry HEISER

160

Moritz KOHN

120

J.E. TOWNSLEY

79.44

Patrick FINNEGAN

480

Eliza WAECHTER

80

20.

Chas. GROTE

80

33.

Elizabeth P. FARNEY

320

John W. WOODS

240

John A. RUTHERFORD

80

Edward UPDIKE

320

school

Alex F. SALMON Est.

34.

Nicholas WILD

120

10.

Wm. C. RIECKER

160

James McKEAND

160

J. CHAFFEE et al

160

Jas. W. WHITESIDE

160

21.

Henry MILLER

Lç)*

Henry ROSS

280

Jacob L. DONNER

160

George PROUD

240

Aaron TOLAND

80

Moritz KOHN

160

James McKEAND

160

35.

John CRANSTON

321

11.

Jacob DONNER

120

Alexander SALMON

80

W.L. STRAK

160

E.P. TITMAN

120

22.

Wm. GROELZ

160

John ROSS

80

John W. STOCKENSBURY

240

(Poor Farm)

240

G.W. FRIESEN

160

*(sic)


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1903 Hamilton County Atlas, Orville Precinct, continued.

36.

C. L. ANDERSON

160

Wm. STEVENS (school land

Margaret TROUT

80

(s 1)

James CAMERON Est.

(s 1) 160

120 & 40

John HEFTY

(s 1)

80

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Submitted by Mrs. F. Roger Washburn, Lincoln, NE
From "History Huron County, OHIO" by W.W.William 1879, Page 331

     Sampson HAUXHURT & wife Susan came to Fitchville, Huron Co. OH in 1835 from Ulster Co. N.Y.
Of their children, Eleanora LOFLAND & Mary Jane live in Nebraska.
     Matthew LAUGHLIN & wife Nancy came to Fitchville, Huron Co. OH in 1818 from near Mareitta.
Among their children living in Nebraska are Martha Jane, David, Thomas J., and Mary R.

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Submitted by: Mrs. Ruth Anna Hicks, Lincoln, NE

GENERAL INDEX TO PROBATE RECORDS, BOONE COUNTY, NEBRASKA 1873-1909

BOOK 1   1873-1888

ATWOOD, Warren

HOLBURT, Thomas R.

MaCKAY, John G.

WELCH, Peter

BUNDY, Ezra

JOHNSON, Peter W. or M.

MINKLR, Calvin L. Estate

WHITNEY, D. V.

CAMPBELL, Alexander

KING, Lucy

OLSON, Charles

WILSON, J. B.

CONNELLY, F. M.

KNUDSON, Ole

PHILLIPS, Spencer

WONDER, Berzral

GAVER, Valentine

LANG, Abraham V.

SATRE, Ole H.

WRIGHT, Mary D.

HODGE, Joseph

LOCKWOOD, Alfred

SRACK, John

Book 2   1888-1909

BIRKS, William B.

FUNRU, Halvor

NORDNOES, Ole T.

SHUNN, Lucinthia (SHERNN?)

BLECHER, William H.

GARRETT, George

PETERS, Catherine

SODONKA, Joseph

CLOYDE, John

HOCKENBERGER, William

RANDALL, William

H. STEVENS, Martin E.

CONNELLY, Ed S.

JOHNSON, Samuel J.

RIESSEN, Paul

SWEET, William E.

CUMMINGS, Robert

JONES, David

RUTLIN, Eric

THOMPSON, Lewis

DONEGAN, John

LEUNORT, Miles L or Niles L

WEED, Eli

DWYER, Edward

LIVINGSTON, Mary

SAAREM Anton A.

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Submitted by Mrs. Diane Korten, Omaha, NE

PATENTS TO NEBRASKA INVENTORS
Abstracted from the Omaha Weekly Bee, Wed. 1889

Jan 2 1889
James P. BUTTER, Wayne, NE -- pig nurser.
William B,, J.R. & W.B. COFFIN, assignors to T.F. COFFIN, Bliss, NE -- well sinking machine.
Orlando HUFFMAN, Friend, NE -- animal trap.
Fred MUNGER, Alliance, NE -- plow sharpener.

Jan 30, 1889:  
Henry A. IDDINGS & J.P. MEGEATH, Omaha, NE -- door knob attatchment (sic).  
John E. KETCHEM & H.H. & S.E. ANAMOSA -- ditching spade.
C.D. LAPORTE, Carson -- washing Machine.    
Charles SCHOOLHER, Beatrice, NE -- tag fastener.

Feb. 6 1889:   

James G. BERDOW & F.A. PELKEY, Seward, NE -- fire escape.
Frederick H. FULLER, Bladen, NE -- cultivator.
Oliver I. LEWIS, Nebr. City, NE - -plumb level.
John S. PETER, Lincoln, NE  -- oil can nozzle.
Robert V. SNOCKEY, Hastings, NE -- shoulder brace.
Henry THOMAS, Fort Omaha NE -- tent closing device.
Louis VAUGHAN, Blair, NE -- plant propagating next.

Feb. 13, 1889:   
William E. LEONARD, Lincoln, NE -- revolving piston steam engine.
Charles F. SHEDD Fairfield, NE -- combined stall and stock handling apparatus.
Matt SKOW, Omaha, NE -- assignor of 2/3 to L.C. ENEWOLD & E. PETERSON -- harrow.

Feb. 20, 1889:   
William J. HARRIS & W.H. BYER, Steel City, NE -- Bucket for storing and burning trash.

Charles H. HARSHALL, Wood River, NE -- flour holder and sifter.

Feb. 27, 1887:   
Allie BAUGHER, Tobias, NE -- potatoe planter attachment.
James GILBERT assignor of 1/2 to C.E. LEE, Omaha, NE -- gas generating furnace.
James F. THOMAS, Alexandria, NE -- side spring for vehicles.   
Nebraskus H. BARNES, Wahoo, NE -- heating drum or radiator.

March 6 1889:   
Edward C. BARTLETT assignor to J.L. MCCAGUE, Omaha, NE -- seal lock.
Thomas A. STRATTON, Lincoln, NE -- tree planting machine.

March 13, 1889:   
Peter SCHEER & J.G. STATES, Bliss, NE - -handle for sliding doors.

March 20, 1889:   
William BAINBRIDGE, Omaha, NE -- wire coupling.
Martin L. FOGEL, Superior, NE -- tag holder and tag.
Charles GILBERT, Omaha, NE -- oil burner.
Thomas H. McCULLOCK, Omaha, NE -- purifier for water or other liquids..

March 27, 1889:   
William H. TAYLOR, David City, NE -- foot scraper.

April 3 1889:   
Anna O. SCHUCKMAN. Lincoln, NE -- culinary apparatus.
William H.D. LUDLOW, Tecumseh, NE -- tag fastener.

April 17, 1889:   
Frank W. KIRKBRIDE, Stratton, NE -- cultivator.

May 8 1889:   
Richard O. ADAMS, Louisville, NE -- timing apparatus for race courses.
John J. PURSLEY, Hubbard, NE -- churn.
William C. ROBBINS, Broomfield, NE -- harness pad.
Albert J. SHAUL, Pine, NE -- prescription file.
Alexander HOAGLAND, Lincoln, NE -- water elevator.


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Patents to Nebraska Inventors, continued.

May 15, 1889:   
C.C. EPP, Bradshaw, NE -- gate.
Thomas J. JOLLY, Ulysses, NE -- device for opening trap door.
William TURNER & J.F. HUDSON, Benkelman, NE -- axel lubricator.

May 22, 1889:    
E. H. GEISLER & M. SIMPSON -- calf weaner.

May 29, 1889:    
John W. HAUGHAMONT, Omaha, NE -- sample holder and box pull.
Charles N. NEWCOMB, NE -- conveyor.   
Henry C. RECTOR, Lincoln, NE -- transparency mark.
Don J. ARNOLD, assignor of 1/2 to H. B. CORYELL, Omaha, NE -- galvanic battery.
Sylvester C. DUNHAM, assignor 1/2 to A.G. LAMBERT, Wilson Springs, NE -- paint.

June 5 1889:
Warren T. REASER, Fairmont, NE -- assignor to Round Valve Co., Chicago, IL -- rolling port for slide valves.
Michael WETZEL, Sidney, NE -- compressed air water elevator.

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submitted by Mrs. Anna May Mossman, Bellevue, NE

THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD by C.N. KARSTENS

     The following statement by C.N. KARSTENS of Nebraska City and his connection with the underground railway.

In the year 1848 all Europe was ablaze with excitement. The people emigrated to American. My father was an old man but was enthusiastic about coming to this country. On account of my Mothers illness which later resulted in her death, we children induced my father not to start to America.

When I was 14 years old I told my father I was determined to go to America where peoples liberties were not embarrassed by monarchical dictators. I could not quit school until I was 15 years old.unless my father or others of my family migrated.

In 1850 when I was 16 years old I ask my father to furnish means for me to leave. He insisted that I learn a trade as I would be handicapped in a strange land with out it. I saw that he was right and I learned the cabinet makers trade.

After I was 19 years old, I was liable for military duty but had one year before I could enroll When that time came I received my notification I was to report to a military fortress or enlist in the Army. As soon as I received my notification, I made preparation to come to America. I left with a friend, Henry MARTENS from my home town. We were both employed in Hamburg in Cabient building ocean steamers. We made our escape & saled (sic) on an American steamer which bro't us to New York, July 31, 1857 after a voyage of 41 days.

We bot (sic) an emigrant ticket over the Railroad & the emigrant commissioner in Castle Garden ask where we were to locate. We told him "where there was no civilization" so decided to go to the center of the United States, where there would be plenty of buffalo and Indians. They wanted to know and we told them we were adventurers rather than home seekers altho we inteded (sic) to become citizens of the U.S.

We then b't a ticket to St Louis, as the people at Castle Garden could not give us any direction as to where such a place was to be found. After a few days at St Louis we engaged passage on a steamboat going up the Missouri River. This boat went to the bottom in the neighborhood of Jefferson City, Mo.

We were picked up an hour afterwards by another boat. While our tickets were to Omaha, we disembarked at Nebr. City. I located in Nebr. City & Henry MARTENS located in Plattsmouth, Nebr

My father often spoke of Moorens, meaning Negroes & said that the northern part of the U.S. wanted the negroes emancipated while the south wanted slaves. He ask what I would do if war came--I replied "I will fight for emancepation of the slaves--he reached out his hand and said "I hope you will". After I arrived in Nebr. City I learned of a gang called John Brown's Gang would steal negroes or recieve them coming from Missouri tho usually taken to Leavenworth, & conducted up by relays to friends in the cause.

In Nebraska there were many people who sympathized with the cause & from then I learned what was going on in this way of liberating slaves and conducting them to safety.

One of these stations was located near Nebr. City south Table Creek somewhere on northwest of old Wyuka cemetery where at least one three story cave was dug.

Here we secreted our friends & they were taken care of by us while we were watching our enemies the pro slavery element.

We were under oath of secrecy & whenever the slaves were prepared after we fed them--put them in better condition, several would cross the river to a place called Cicil Bend. It was not a town but a string of houses two miles long. It was sometimes called String Town. From there the slaves were conducted East. The next station was a Tabor, Iowa. There our work ended & we looked for a new shipment. We were informed in advance where we were to meet slaves coming from the south. Our work was hazardous & dangerous. We were armed to the teeth with revolvers, shot guns & bowie knives. When the Civil War broke out in 1861 my partner Henry MARTNES (sic) & I were in the contract business, the building of houses--but we threw up our contracts and went to Omaha we enlosted (sic) in the First Nebr. regiment under Colonel Thayer..


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The Underground Railroad by C.N. KARSTENS, continued

     Henry MARTENS went to Iowa to get our tools, so missed the notice so he enlisted in the 5th Iowa Cavalry known as Curtis Horse, so we both helped to finish the fight for freedom. Henry MARTENS died June 17, 1898. age 65.

These incidents were related by C.N. KARSTENS to a Journal reporter when he came to attend the funeral of Henry MARTENS. "It is a singular coincident said Mr. Karstens, that about the same hour of the afternoon of the same day, June 19, 1857, precisely forty one years ago to the hour, Henry MARTENS AND I left the port of Hamburg on the American steamship Fanny MacHenry, Capt. Smith of Philadelphia which had been chartered by the same company from which sprang the Hamburg American Packet Co.--to convey emigrants to the new world. The cops were on our heels as we both were liable to Military service, and both had been notified to report. We preferred to go to the land of the rree (sic) and arrived at the port of New York the 31st of July.

Fine weather greeted us and we came in good spirits and good health, determined to work our way thru. Off and on we remained together or in the neighborhood and were always within speaking distance of each other. At the breaking out of the Civil War, we were engaged in the building businees (sic) & had contracts to put up houses in Fremont Co. Iowa. We were to late to get into service under the call for 76,000 three month troops as the lists were over signed before we could finish our work. Shortly afterward Pres. Lincoln made the call for 300,000 volunteers. We finished the homes and went to Omaha and signed the roll of Capt. Baumers Co First Nebr Volunteer Infantry. We were granted ten days furlough to go home and straighten out our affairs. Henry went to Plum Hallow now Thurman, Iowa. I went to Nebr. City. Meanwhile word that absent members should report preparatory to go by steamboat to St. Louis. I got word at Nebr. City but Henry never got the word & was left behind and then he enlisted in Fifty Iowa Cavalry known as Curtis Horse.

I never found out until he and others of my Nebr City acquaintances came on board our steamer at Fort McHenry an hour after our arrival early in Feb. 1862. They were then stationed at Fort Hetman or Hindman on the opposite side of the Tennessee River. we then lost sight of each other and never met again until our discharge. Since then we have visited each other frequently and our families have been good friends. Henry and I were born and raised in Marne, province Holstein Prussia. Four weeks ago my wife and one of our children were up to visit the MARTENS family.

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THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL, Lincoln, Nebraska, Saturday Morning, January 24, 1874

(From ad) Lincoln City Soap may be purchased in Lincoln as usual and at the folling (sic) places:

A. M. DARLING, Seward

J. E. PORTER & Son, Fairmont

J. L. WHEELER, Bennet

C. N. ROGERS, Seward

C. ZIEGLER, Fairmont

Walter SCOTT, Bonnet

Herman DIERS, Seward

GAYLORD Bros., Fairmont

J. P. GREEN, Waverly

Joel TISHUE, Seward

SHEPPARD & PIKE, Fairmont

J. T. WILBOURN, Greenwood

N. RICH, Seward

L. STEIGER, Fairmont

REED Bros., Weeping Water

BUCK & MINSHALL, Seward

MERRILL & Co., Sutton

J. CLITZBE & Co. Weeping Water

J. RITTINGER, Milford

STEWART & Co. Sutton

LAW & GREENLAD, Elmwood

I. TEASDALE, Beaver Crossing

G. M. TURNER, Sutton

J. M. FALES, Ashland

I. McFADDEN, McFadden

PERRY & FOSTER, Palmyra

SNELL Bros., Ashland

BRAHMSTADT, & CO. Yorkville

G. A. NOYES, Syracuse

J. BECTESON, Ashland

GANDY & Co., Yorkville

Morris DENNIS, Syracuse

SEARS Bros., Ashland

BELL Bros., Yorkville

J. F. ABBOTT, Unadilla

E. A. ROSE, Ashland

etc. Also at every store in Plattsmouth and at numerous Stores in Omaha and Council Bluffs.

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MONIA  CEMETERY

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

Located 5 & 3/4 miles North of Guide Rock in Webster County

NEUNSCHWANDER

MONIA,

Elizabeth Mar 25. 1835-Jan 26, 1808 (?)

   Frederick 1848-1910

JACOB Feb. 16, 1884--July 1, 1897

   Margaretha, wife of Fredrick 1845-1895

Alice Sept 5, 1861     May 8, 1880

MONIA,   Benedict Jan 31, 1877   Aug 26, 1886

Lorance L. Mar 4, 1887    Oct 29, 1898

Ella, wife of Jacob June 6, 1858   Mar 8, 1888

Ervins Jan 2, 1881    July 15,1886

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