NSGS Ancestree


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General Index to Deeds of Brown County, NE, continued.

GRANTOR

GRANTEE

DATE OF

TYPE OF

WHERE RECORDED

INSTRUMENT

INSTRUMENT

BOOK

PAGE

United States

SHEDEN, Josua W.

Dec 18, 1883

F. R.

1

457

“     “

DAVENPORT, Joel H.

July 12, 1884

F. R.

1

459

“     “

YOUNAN, John

July 12, 1884

F. R.

1

459

“     “

SMITH, Lucy E.

July 14, 1884

F. R.

1

458

“     “

BEEMER, John D.

July 23, 1884

F. R

1

459

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Submitted by Mrs. Ruth Anna Hicks, Lincoln, NE

PAWNEE COUNTY, NE WEST BRANCH CEMETERY,
West Branch Township, Section 3, Pawnee County

At the time this was copied the cemetery was in bad shape, it has since been cleaned up.

BROCK,

Naby S., wife of Isaac

April 13, 1834 May 28, 1874

Our two Infant boys (of above)

Titus G., son of C. & J.B.

d. Aug 14, 1882 aged 1 y 2 m 13 d

Isaac

July 15, 1824   Dec 23, 1901, born in Barnet, VT.

Isabell, wife of Isaac

Sept 25, 1834   Apr 8, 1911

CLAY,

Amos

d. Apr 27, 1872 aged 27 y 10 m 15 d

DUNN,

John

Nov 14, 1828   July 13, 1898

Mary J., his wife

Oct 19, 1834   Feb 7, 1922

John A.

Jan 11, 1873   Dec 11, 1873

(above two children of John & Mary)

 

Allen R.

Aug 2, 1875   Oct 25, 1945

EVITTS,

Catharine, wife of Jos.

d. Sept 5, 1879 aged 69 yr 5 mo

Joseph

d. Mar 10, 1887 aged 78 y 8 m 28 d

HAMMOND,

Jennie E.

Apr 20, 1879   Dec 6, 1889

Edna E.

d. May 13, 1879 aged 6 y 10 m 1 d

Rose A.

d. May 5, 1879 aged 4 y 11 m 24 d

Birdie

d. May 4, 1879 aged 2 yr 10 m 3 d

(above children of D. & M.)

HUMRICH,

Mary, wife of Philip Sr.

Sept 4, 1824   Jan 29, 1907

 

Phillip

d. May 8, 1882 aged 63 y 13 ds

KENNEDY,

Eloise, dau of Col. R.A. & A.E.

Mar 12, 1868   Sept 27, 1873

KITTLIEDELLE

MARTIN,

Infant son of J.F. & D.H.

b. & d Dec 7, 1886

Eva May, dau of J.F. & D.H.

June 5, 1889   Oct 5, 1889

Delle H., wife of Jno. F.

Apr 22, 1868   Dec 26, 1892

MATTESON,

Orville I.

1872-18 ?

Elleanor M.

1867-1882

Albert T.

1860-1882

Thomas C.

1827-1882 Father

REILLY,

Ella A., dau of D. & P.

d. Nov 14, 1881 aged 4 y 23 d

SMALL,

Samuel

d. Dec 29, 1867 aged 70 y 10 m 21 d

WATTERS,

Besty B. wife of S.Z.

d. Dec 3, 187 ? aged 55 y 3 m

WOODS,

Erna Lorine, dau of M.J. & Mae

Jan 24, 1904 May 17, 1910

?

Barbara A. (on top of stone, can't read rest)

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Source: SILVER CREEK TIMES, 1 Nov. 1895, Charles WOOSTER, Editor. (Merrick County)

Republican Ticket:

State: T. L. NORVAL of Seward; C. H. MORRILL of Lincoln, H. L. GOOLD of Keith Co.; William MARSHALL of Fremont; John PATTERSON of Central City.

County: E. A. RICHARDSON of Clarks, Geo. D. BOCKES of Central City; P.S. HEATON of Central City;

      J. H. SUTTON of Chapman; A. J. BOWLE of Central City, Miss Prudence Baird of Meade;
      W. H. DUNCANSON of Chapman, C. W. BOWLBY of Silver Creek.

Township: Alexander McQUEEN, F. K. SPRAGUE, N. L. SQUIER, L. TOWSLEE, W. E. KERR, C. O. CARSON, Amon       SANDERS, Thomas GANNON.


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Submitted by: Marcia Stewart, Lincoln, NE

GLENVIL, NE, St. Paul Lutheran Church Confirmations. Clay County

1884

1892

1899

Renetius HINRICHS

Volke GOLDENSTEIN

Anton Toennies OCKINGA

Hermann Hinrichs ITZEN

Gesina Maria GOLDENSTEIN

Siefke DeFREESE

Class R. HINRICHS

J-hn Behrens OLTMAS

Hinrich Christopher STROMER

Johanna L. GROENWOLD

Tomke Elise OLTMANNS

Elsche Edina JEREMIAS

Elise STROEMER

Jakob Remmers OCKINGA

Alerk PETERS

Trientje Rendelina ITZEN

Tina Kath. M. OCKINGA

1900

Hilke HINRICHS

Johannes MEILS

Hinrich OCKINGA

Tina Gesina ZIMMERING

Mina Kath. MEILS

Albert Adolph LUTNERING

Neelke Renetius HINRICHS

Dirk Wilhelm STROMER

Antje OCKINGA

1885

Andreas Jacobs CLASSEN

Trientje Elisabeth ROTHFUSS

Friedrich F. FLESSNER

Jacob H. DeFreese

1901

Dirk Gerdes CLASSEN

Heinrich Gerdes STROMER

Meent HINRICHS

Hanko ROSENDAHL

Anna Elise CLAASSEN

WIlhelm Eduard STROMER

Georg ROSENDAHL

Ida Elisabeth TJADEN

Trientje PETERS

Bernhard Berndts CORNELIUS

1893

Fentje Margaretha JEREMIAS

Berthus Janssen KAHMANN

Johann Wilhelm STROEMER

Ette Harms IDEUS

Johann O. HOEFELING

Georg Dirk STROEMER

Gesina ENNINGA

Antje Dina ROSENDAHL

Johann Diedrich HEYE

Trientje Gerhardine STROMER

Johanna Doris OCKER

Elise HEYE

Frida Ema Elisabeth GENSITHEN

Altje Christine OCKER

Wilhelm Janssen STROEMER

1902

Tina Maria HINRICHS

Johann Anton STROEMER

Wilhelm Janssen STROMER

Hilke Jakobs CLAASSEM

Hermann Heinrich HIBBELER

Marie Luise BLOOMENKAMP

1886

Engelbart ENNINGA

Lula Stelitha KOHL

Gretje JANSSEN

Gretje ENNINGA

Fentje Maria HEYE

Louise Katharina KREIENHEDER

Dicke vanLENGEN

Elisabeth Adele Margaretha GENSITHEN

Edelina Maria SIMMERING

Mettje vanLENGEN

Marie Wilhelmine BLOOMENKAMP

1887

Fokke Gerdes STROEMER

Alma KOLLMANN

Johann Remmers GOLDENSTEIN

1894

1903

Heinr. FLESSNER

Fentje JANSSEN

Martha Friederika KREIENIHEDER

Johann GOLDENSTEIN

Anna Hermine Louise HEYE

Frauke Lina HINRICHS

Dirk Gerdes STROEMER

Gerog Hinrich STROEMER

Gretche Hermina IDEUS

Almuth Margaretha STROEMER

Johann Harm IDEUS

Anna Katharina Friederika KREIENHEDER

Annchen Helena DUDDEN

Hinrich Wilhelm BLOMENKAMP

Maria OPPELAND

Sophia FLESSNER

Hinrich Friedrich BLOMENKAMP

Tamke Elise WILLMS

1889

1895

Klass Jacobs deFREESE

Elbert JANSSEN

Anna Sophia ROTHFUSS

Bernhard GRANEMANN

Hinrich JANSSEN

Bette Katharina KLAASSEN

George Dietrich PRIEBE

Gerhard G. HINRICHS

1896

Johann Luken GRANEMANN

Remke L. DeFREES

Andreas Falkes STROMER

1904

Gerd Jacob CLAASEN

Siebelt Luken ROTHFUSS

Hinrich Classen HINRICHS

Eduard HAUBROCK

1897

Edward Theodor STROMER

Gerd Janssen STROMER

Albert Martin STROMER

Anna Maria LUTZERING

Schwantce KRUGER

Eduard Hinrichs STROMER

Gebke ENNINGA

Elsie Gerdine STROMER

Johann Rudolph SCHMIDT

Elise Anna HEYE

Maria Cathatina HIBEBER

August Friedrich HEYE

Antje Claasen HINRICHS

Eke Engelina FRANKEN

Philipp Johann OCKINGA

Hildegard Maria Magdalena GENSITHEN

Margretha Talke GOLDENSTEIN

Jurn PETERS

1905

Johanna Maria IDEUS

Ida Maria SCHMIDT

Renetius Klaasen HINRICHS

Sina Elsa CLAASEN

Anna Catharina SCHROEDER

John Peters

1890

1898

Jacob Gerdes JOHNSON

Clara Mathide SCHULZ

Ulfert Harms IDEUS

Henry Edward STROMER

Otma Auguste SCHULZ

Johanna Elise IDEUS

Hermann Meinerd VALENTIN

Trinje VanLENGEN

Tomke Gesine STROMER

Wilhelm Friedrich KEMPER

Hiske ENNINGA

Elise Johanna STROMER

Fulke Maria OLTMANNS

Ernst August BRANDES

Johann vanLENGEN

Elisabeth Marie CLAASEM

Dirk ENNINGA

Hinderike DIEKEN

Anke Maria DUDDEN

Theodor Behrens CORNELIUS

Trientje Johanna HINRICHS

Hauke Meinert VALENTIN

Herman Heinrich GARTNER

Dirk Hinrichs OLTMANNS

Maria Wilhelmina CLAASEN



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Glenvil, NE, Clay County. St. Paul Lutheran Church Confirmations, continued

1906

1908

1910

Anna Jakobs HINRICHS

Brechte Johanna ROTHFUSS (Grace)

Gebke Hinrichs WESTERMANN

Engaline Hinrichs WESTERMANN

Katharine Albertine ROTHFUSS

Anna Maria IDEUS

Maria C. GRONEWOLD

Berendina DIEKEN

Sophia Elisabeth STAMER

Gerd W. STROMER.

Renetius HINRICHS

Hilda Johanna DUDDEN

Remmer ITZEN

Johanna Luke GOLDENSTEIN

Helena Wilkea THEESEN

Evert F. JANSSEN

Lammert Rippen KRUEGER

1911

1907

Johann Hinrichs WESTERMANN

Johann Friedrick Hinrichs

Tamme C. HINRICHS

Anton Friedrich CLASSEN

Onno VALENTIN

Hertnann ROTHFUSS

Lubbe Gronewold (Louis)

Georg Johann Friedrick HOHLEN

Hinrich KEMPER

Gerd WILLMS (Geo.)

Fridrick Dirk CLASSEN

Johann Dietrich HEYE (Dick)

Anton Heinrich STAMER

Reent Renetius HINRICHS

Johann Dietrich HEYE (John)

Heinrich VALENTIN (Henry)

Trientje KEMPER (Tena)

Ede Frerichs JEREMIAS

1909

Martje VALENTIN (Mattie)

Herman Christoph STROMER

Tamme Friedrich KEMPER (Tom)

Hiskea HINRICHS (Katie)

Fokka Harm IDEUS (Frank)

Hermann Heinrich BLOMENKAMP (Henry)

Eda Aline CLASSEN

Johanna C. HINRICHS

1910

Maria Margarethe DUDDEN

Emilie Louise Alvine LUTZERING

Johann Luke GOLDENSTEIN

1912

Elise Maria Johanna DUDEN

Carl Andreas STROMER

Johann Fokke JANSSEN

Elsa Auguste Wilhelmina ZABEL

Jann Harm IDEUS

Siebelt ITZEN

Eke JANSSEN

Evert JEREMIAS

Rummert Fokke JANSSEN

Edward Louis Franz PRIEBE

Evert Ludwig HEYE

Klaas HINRICHS

Alfred Ernse Ludwig PRIEBE

Reent Classen HINRICHS

Harm Rolf VALENTIN

Friedrich Wilhelm Carl ZEBEL

Hinrich Janssen GOLDENSTEIN

Rent Janssen GOLDENSTEIN

Eilert JANSSEN

Tiemann GRONEWOLD (Tim)

Maria RABBE

1908

Talke Sophia GOLDENSTEIN (Tillie)

Elsa RABBE

Trientje Hilkea HINRICHS

Frauke Hiskea GOLDENSTEIN (Frances)

Tjede Johanna GRONEWOLD (Tadie)

Anna Maria Louise KENPER

Maria JOHNSON

Ikke Hinrichs WESTERMANN

Joharina Talke HINRICHS

Trientje HINRICHS

Elisabeth Henriette STAMER

Trientje Gerhardine HINRICHS

Frauke Hiskea HINRICHS (Frances)

Antke Maria THEESEN

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From files at the NE State Hist. Society, Lincoln.
Letter dated 4 Nov. 1955 to Mr. LYNCH, Lynch Drug, Thedford, NE (Thomas Co.) From Iva M. (Mrs. Frank) GLIDDEN

Mrs. GLIDDEN states "I wish you had asked for this (information) while Frank was living. We came to the hills in Oct. 1911, a few families. A bachelor, Charles DOWNS lived 1 1/2 mi. east of us. 2 families south - but. they were in Logan Co. 1 family was PATTERSONS, the other DAVIDSONS. Franks bro. Ray, homesteaded at the same time we did, also an aunt, Mr. S. DIMICK. In 1913, I believe, Sam SCOTT & family settled 1 1/2 mi west of us. Also the RUNYON families came in 1912. Carl NEUMAN family moved to the hills, I believe, in 1913 or 14, they lived right on the Dismal river. Anna HORA taught the first school we had. There were 5 pupils from the SCOTT & NEUMANN families. School held in my aunt's house. She failed to appear for school one morning after very cold weather and a lot of snow, as Mr. NEUMANN was hunting up the river he found the tracks of Miss HORA's horse and a huge hole in the ice. The remains of her body was found a yr or so later. Voting place was in our home. After Frank's bro. Ray, left we moved onto his place in 1915 & I believe that was where we voted. The Lorel WELLS family lived on the Dismal river about 4 mil. east of us, I can't remember the first names of the RUNYONS, there were several of them, 3 girls & 2 sons, all of voting age, except the youngest son. They had 4 homesteads. There was a George & a Clara RUNYON but I can't think of others. They lived there 4 or 5 yrs. The pars. were alive at that time.

Our family was born & grew to high school age in the hills.

Some of the early settlers sold their homesteads as soon as they 'proved up'. Charles DOWNS & Sam SCOTT left in 1916. The RUNYON left, however, they didn't sell their land. Carl NEUMANN left, but came back. Mr. WELLS sold out & left. We were the only homesteads left.

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Submitted by John R. Ward, Wilmington, DE

WILLIAM and MARTHA MAPEL BIBLE RECORD

King James Version, undated. All pre-1903 entries are of one handwriting, after that writing varies.

William MAPEL born in Jefferson Co., OH (1834) came to Davenport, Colt Co., IA with his parents in 1850. Martha Ann JENKINS, born Harrisonville, Scotis Co., OH (1844) came to Iowa with her parents in 1855. They were married in Davenport, IA (1861). Their first child was born in West Liberty, Muscatine Co., IA. William served in the Civl (sic) War, (Co. E, 20th Reg. Iowa Vol.) They moved to Weeping Water, Caas (sic) Co., NE in 1870.

MARRIAGES

William MAPEL and Martha A. JENKINS was married December the 24, 1861.
Abram ROCKWELL and Mary A. MAPEL was married September the 11, 1882
Joseph KALBLINGER and Sarah J. MAPEL was married March 4th 1885
Jesse MAPEL and Daisy LARRISON      June 10, 1903.

BIRTHS

William MAPEL was born November th 11 1834

Martha A. JENKINS was born September th 11 1844

Mary A. MAPEL was born February th 22: 1863

One daughter born Aug th 11: 1864

Sarah J. MAPEL was born January 5; 1867

Irene J. MAPEL was born April th 13, 1868

Marten M. MAPEL was born July th 30, 1869

William M. MAPEL was born January th 4, 1871

Grant MAPEL was born November th 18, 1872

Hiram MAPEL was born May th 1, 1874

George R. MAPEL was born February th 13, 1876

Susan J. MAPEL was born October th 30, 1877

Jessie MAPEL was born September th 14, 1879

Hairry W MAPEL was born Septemper (sic) 27, 1882

DEATHS

Infant daughter died August th 11, 1864

Irene J. MAPEL died January th 2, 1871

Harry W MAPEL died December th 25, 1882

William MAPEL died March 6th 1908

Jesse MAPEL died March 17th 1909

Susie FOLEY Oct. 14, 1930

Martha A MAPEL died July 26, 1924

Mary A. ROCKWELL died Jan 19, 1927

Martin M. MAPEL died Feb 28, 1918

George R. MAPEL died Aug 29, 1940 at San Pedro, CA

William N. MAPEL died July 14, 1952

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Obituaries from Weeping Water, NE paper found in William and Martha MAPEL Bible.

1.

William MAPEL, died 1908, Weeping Water, Cass Co., NE. Servicea (sic) at the M. E. Church in Weeping Water. Buried in Oakwood Cemetery.

Surviving Children

Mrs. Abraham M. ROCKWELL, (Mary A.) Weeping Water, NE

Mrs. Joseph KALBLINGER, (Sarah J.) Valentine, Cherry Co. NE

Martin MAPEL, Marion, Marion Co., KS.

William Melvin MAPEL* Weeping Water, Ne

Grant MAPEL Atlanta, KS

Hiram MAPEL, Weeping Water, NE

George Robert MAPEL, Weeping Water, NE Susan J. MAPEL, Weeping Water, NE
Jesse MAPEL, Ruben, OR  

* William M. MAPEL (Jack) lived on a farm near Weeping Water with wife Effie Dale WOLLEN, also of Weeping Water and their four children, Howard, Stanley, Audrey Hazel, Goldie L.

2.

Mrs. William MAPEL: died 1924, Nichols, Muscatine Co., IA where she had gone to live either with son George or dau. Susan, after her husband's death. Internment in Weepinw (sic) Water, NE.

 

Surviving Children

Mrs. Abraham M. ROCKWELL (Mary A.), Denver, CO (living with son Jesse probably, following 1917 death of her husband.)

William Melvin MAPEL: Avoca, Cass Co., NE (moved with his family from Weeping Water to a farm north west of this town around 1910, a fifth child, Lloyd Harley , born 1916)

Grant MAPEL, Atlanta, KS

Hiram MAPEL, Belfry, Carbon Co., MT

George Robert MAPEL, Nichols, IA.

Mrs. Lawrence FOLEY (Susan J.,) Nichols, IA

3.

Abraham M. ROCKWELL: died May 7, 1917, Mary, Chase Co., NE. Internment in Weeping Water NE. Attending (out of town): Mrs. William GAYGILL, and dau. Mrs. A.H. WALTZ (both of Elmwood, NE) and I.M. WARD (Avoca, Cass Co., NE)
Abraham M. ROCKWELL born Dec. 5, 1850, Saratoga Co., N.Y. Settled on a farm tow (sic) and a hald (sic) miles northwest of Weeping Water in 1877. Moved with his wife and family to Mary, Chase Co., NE. in 1910. Of a family of five brothers. One survived him: Daniel (Manley, NE) Twelve children, three deceased: William O., Abraham C., and Mrs. Orren Pierce (formerly of Imperial, Chase Co., NE.

Surviving children

Walter C. ROCKWELL, Syracuse, NE

Mrs. J. S. SIPPLE, Ord, N E

Susan ROCKWELL, Ord, NE

Steven ROCKWELL, Elmwood, NE


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ROCKWELL Obituary continued.

Mrs. Frank BOKELMAN (Laura) Pueblo, CO Jesse ROCKWELL, Denver, CO
Gifford ROCKWELL, Teinstein, CHINA Benjamin ROCKWELL, Gering, NE
Louis ROCKWELL, Loveland, CO  

 

5.

Mrs. Lawrence FOLEY (Susan J. MAPEL); died 1930 in Iowa City, IA (hospital). Married her husband in Nichols, Muscatine Co., IA. Two children: Lawrence Jr. and Marguerite. Lawrence Sr and Marguerite survived her death. Buried in Nichols, IA.

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Submitted by Mrs. Catherine Renschler, Juniata, NE

1876 ADAMS COUNTY SCHOOL CENSUS RECORDS, Little Blue Twp.

The origionals of these records may be found in the County Superintendant of Schools office located in the Adams County Courthouse, Hastings, NE.

Dist. No. 7 located in section 20, Little Blue Twp

PARENT

YOUTH

SEX

AGE

PARENT

YOUTH

SEX

AGE

Joel CARTER

Elisabeth

f

15

W. C. BAKER

Maly C.

f

15

Emma

f

12

Rosey B.

f

9

Clara ?

f

10

Ady ? B.

f

9

George

m

7

Marson

m

6

Victor THEYS

Victor

m

7

Paul ABNEY

Columbus

m

20

Joseph

m

5

Sarah J.

f

15

Victory

f

7

Howard

m

6

Louis ABNEY

Gilla

m

5

Thomas JONES

Thomas

m

5

Samuel ARNOLD

Mud?

f

5


Dist. No. 6 located in section 9, Little Blue Twp.

Wm. S. MOTTE

W. ?

m

7

Alfred GATES

Charles

m

10

Jonas GODING

William

m

11

George

m

6

John

m

8

H.A. OLMSTEAD

E.

-

-

Laura

f

12

Ed FRY

Charles

m

8

Eva

f

5

Alberton

m

6

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Submitted by Mrs. Catherine Renschler, Juniata, NE

HANOVER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH DEATH RECORD

This church was organized June 3, 1883 in Hanover Township, Adams County, NE

Name

Born

Died

Lambertus, child of B. VALENTINE

 Feb. 15, 1891

Child of S. VAN BOEMEN

 Apr 11, 1891

 Apr 22, 1891

Johann, child of Geo? LAY

 July 13, 1889

 Aug 1, 1892

Franz, child of Mr & Mrs JANSSEN

 aged 4 yrs

 Aug 12, 1893

Sarine LAY

 aged 30 yrs 7 mo

 Nov 1, 1893

Roelf GRESIS ?

 Dec 30, 1893

Christian BISSEL

 aged 87 yrs 7 ms 28 ds

 June 30, 1898?

Antje HAGEMIER

 aged 55 yrs

 Mar 11, 1900

Infant child of J. E. DRAKE

 Nov 21, 1899

 Nov 28, 1899

Engellina VAN BOENING, child of John

 Sep 27, 1885

 July 7, 1901

Laura, wife of John J. REINTS or KEINTS

 June 7, 1868

 Jan 2, 1902

Geerd ? D. LAY

 Jan 27, 1859

 Sept 1, 1906

Antje FREITAG

 Dec 26, 1840

 Dec 23, 1906

Carl Jonas EVANS

 Jan 20, 1904

 Apr 8, 1907

Henry F. MENSEN

 Dec 16, 1865

 Apr 14, 1907

Raymond Reints HEEREN

 July 30, 1904

 Aug 13, 1907

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NAMES MENTIONED IN THE CHASE COUNTY TRIBUNE,
Imperial, NE July 19, 1907

A. C. CLAYBURG, Editor

A. CUNNINGHAM, Co. Clerk

W. C. HILL, Co. Treas.

J. C. HAYES, Co. Judge

F. W. SCOTT, Co. stt'y

C. A. KING sheriff

Nellie DICK, Co. supt

Chas. A. TOWEL, Surveyor

E. M. STEWART, Coroner

J. E. WALKER, Chas. ECKERD, Aug. J. BELAU,

Rev. HAGGERTY, Pastor

Co. Commissioners

C. W. BROWN, sunday school supt. M.E. Church

J. E. SIDWELL, att'y

A. C. CLAYBURG, master

J. C. HAYES, Sec. AF& AM Lodge

C. C. DAVENPORT, J.H. GIBBS, P. W. SCOTT - officers IOOF

Vada SAMUELSON, R. MALCOLM -  officers Rebekah lodge

Mrs. O. B. SROUFE, Mrs. Mary C. SMITH - officers Degree of Honor

W. C. HILL, Lyman AVISE, officers AOUW.

R. MALCOLM, A. C. CLAYBURG, officers MWA

W. H. KELLY, L. CUNNINGHAM, officers CAR

P. W. SCOTT, Att'y

Thos. McGUIRE, dray

Dr. E. M. STEWART     R. MALCOLM, tonsorial artist      Mrs. M.M. WILLIAMSON, groceries

R. C. ORR, candidate for judge of dist. court

Thomas H. WHEELER, candidate for Co. clerk

D. H. SUTHERLAND, candidate for co. clerk

T. T. JORDAN of Champion, candidate for co. clerk

John A. FURR, can. for co. judge

L.T. BONNER & SIDWELL Bror (Bros.?) land sales

J. F. VEACH, horse owner

T.C. REES, ticket agent Burlington Route

TERWILLIGER groceries

J.H. HARLAN. built onto house

L. T. BONNER, groceries

CLAY'S flour store

Ed MARKS had one of his mares killed by lightning

N. F. ABITZ for shoes

Will SCHULTZ, Ed TRAVIS, Henry FIGG & Levi KUNKEL---west end farmers

Perle SIDWELL ret'd from visit at old home in Fairfield, Ill. His mother ret'd with him for a visit with the boys.

Mrs. Harry McCLELLAND & children left to visit rels at Kenesaw & other pts in central Nebr.

C. N. COTTRELL, hardware Scott STEINMAN & J. A. DICK of Wauneta

R. A. ASHMAN left for Lmaha (sic) for surgery on his eye

Otto FLIESBACH for carpets

Ex Congressman STARK of Aurora & C. W. FRIESSON of Henderson in area to buy land. STARK already

     owns 1/2 section.

Domino ROBERTS brought in pigs

Political circles: last wk between PRALL & HOPPER, now between PRALL & CUNNINGHAM with HOPPER

     out of the race

Frank CASE has been ill

Frank TAYLOR moved from his Dundy Co ranch to the old BLISS farm no. of town.

SHOWALTER & Son at Lamar, NE for new goods

Frank WESTERFIELD & wife moved to res

R. H. WILLIAMS & Win DUDECK of Wauneta were in town

     on Piety HILL (sic)

Miss Sadie HAMMER ret'd from McCook where she attended the Junior Normal

Perry McMANIGAL of Chase prect. was in town

Ira DRAPER is putting on a new roof.

Sheriff KING to Gr. Island to attend State Sheriffs Assoc.

ARNOLD & CLAYBURG will buy & ship hogs

GATEWOOD & VAHUE, dentists

The=ose (sic) on program of 34th convention of Helping Hand Sunday School Assoc: Rev. HAGGERTY;

     Leota MAYO; Rev. ESSLEY; Mrs. J. D. MYERS;

Claims allowed on General Fund by County Commissioners to:

Jesse LONG

Geo. HILL

King FISHER

Earl BUSSELL

Chas. HAYES

Lessie FORD

Wm. SHELDON

C. B. MORGAN

M. C. MORELAND

Jim GRANT

J. WORKMAN

C. O. BROWNING

A. E. SMITH

Artie BURTIS

M. W. SHEWALTER

Emmet HOLMES

W. C. HILL

Hammond & STEPHENS

Edward TRAVIS

F. L. CASE

A. CUNNINGHAM

J. E. SIDWELL

PETTIBONE & NIXON

R. HAMMER

C. N. COTTRELL


L. W. SMITH--furniture

Farmers & Merchants Bank:

J. N. SEWALL

G. W. KIRBY

O. P. SHALLENBERGER

     D. McCOOL

Wm. KERR

G. W. KIRBY

J. M. RAGAN

News of 10 years ago:
     Will YOUNGS general store at Oxford burned.
     W. A. BURKE is moving to Colorado.
     Adrain HOWARD & Henry CLOTFELTER left for Holt co. Missouri.
     Bert NORTH left for Casy. Iowa to locate. Family left few wks ago.

Nebraska News:
     The 11 yr old dau of David GLESE, a well-to-do German who farms 5 mi ne of Culbertson, was dragged & kicked to death by a horse. Dr. A. TOWNSEND attended but the child died in an hour.
     Mrs. A. C. STUCKENHOLTZ fell dead at her home in Auburn. Aged about 40 yrs Leaves 2 daus aged 13 & 16 yrs.


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