Nebraska State Genealogical Society Journals NEBRASKA ANCESTREE
Vol V, no. 2, page 62 - Fall 1982
Submitted by Dave Holland, Filley, Ne.
Dave is the 8th grade son of member Mrs. Cecil Holland. This was written for a class project.
Field Trip 4/14/82
Our first field trip was to Blue Springs and our second field trip was Wednesday to Pawnee County. These are the highlights of our trip: the things I learned and what I enjoyed the most.
Our first stop after leaving the school was the big city of Mayberry-Gartner. At least it used to be big before the invention of automobiles, (approx. 16 houses averaging 5 to 10 people to a house, and that's a fairly good-sized town. We stopped at the house of Otto and Laurina Ulrich (the only people living in Mayberry-Gartner today.) Otto gave us a lot of information about the town. I thought of all the old towns we went to, this is the one I liked best. Probably because we have someone that told us about it, and there was a standing hotel that we could look at. He told us the main history of the town, how it began and how it ended. It began when three boys wanted towns in their names. They were Mr. Mayberry, Mr. Gartner and Mr. Bennet. Mayberry started a town where he thought the railroad would go through and Bennet and Gartner started a town where they thought it would go through. The railroad went through Bennet and Gartner's town so Mayberry had to move his town by Bennet and Gartner's. The next step was naming this three-owner town. Well Mayberry was a lawyer and Gartner was rich, so they got the town named after them. After we got the history of the town, he took us on a tour. While heading down the road, he told us that the pasture on the other side of the road was called the "town pasture." Each family of the town would own a cow, they would pasture them in the day time and get them and milk then in the evening. We went on to what used to be called Main Street. We went on to explore the old foundations and the still standing hotel. It was very fascinating. I liked the woodwork a lot and Otto told us that there was a man that painted a mural on the side of the hotel. We went on and saw where the M. E. Church used to stand. When we went into the field, we could see limestone from some of the foundations. Mayberry even had a brick factory, until the bricks started burning soft. They even had two elevators at one time. I thought this was a very interesting town to visit.since Otto told us there was no jail in Mayberry we thought we'd go to Steinauer and see their old jail. When we got there I was very surprised at how small it was. It wasn't as big as an animal shelter. We also looked at some old four-room houses.
We decided to go down washboard avenue and on to West Branch Cemetery. We did some tombstone rubbings here and tried to find the oldest grave. The boys found it: it was dated 1862. It was easy to find this cemetery because there were huge pine trees around it. (This was one of Mr. Neumann's tips). One peculiar thing about the cemetery was that most of the grave stones were so far apart. One thing was that one family died in the same year, One tombstone had no date or name on it.
From here we went to Violet, another old town that no longer exists. There were a few old foundations and we could see about every street. There was still an old house standing. We didn't get out because we didn't have permission. I think its very interesting that you can still see where the streets were.
From here we drove past Bookwalter. We didn't have permission to go here, either. But we could see the streets and we could see where the railroad went. There was a school still standing here and there were foundations and the steps to the church still there. By our maps we could pretty well tell where the elevator and depot were. They were next to the railroad.
After seeing all these cities we were working up an appetite so we went to Amour to eat dinner. When we got there I was surprised to see it was fenced off. We got the coals warming for our dinner, then went off to explore. We had a scavenger hunt, to see who could find the most foundations. Once we found one, we could tell what it was because the streets were so plain, and we had our maps. After dinner we explored some more. This time we went clear to the other end of the pasture. I couldn't believe how big it was. There were wells in all of these towns that we had to watch out for. In Armour, just like the other towns except Steinauer, there was the foundation of a Methodist Church.
Well it was getting time to leave, so we decided to go to Tate. There was not much there except a hotel that had its insides taken out. You could still see where the streets were, and there were a few foundations left. We could also see mounts every so often, where the railroad came through.
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Field trip continued:
Well, now it was time to head back to the old homestead. After stopping at the Virginia Tavern for some liquid refreshments, and taking Myron home, we headed back to school and unloaded our junk. This was a fun field trip, and I think I really learned a lot. I'm looking forward to our trip on the 28th.
Vol V, no. 2, page 63 - Fall 1982
Submitted by Eastern Nebraska Genealogical Society, Fremont, Ne.
Copied by Clarabelle Mares, 1722 E. 19, Fremont, Ne and Kathrine Peterson, 1650 N. Clarkson, Fremont.
PONT CEMETERY AKS GROVE HILL, COLFAX COUNTY, NE
An unkept cemetery located in the NE14 NW14 of Section 20-20-4. One mile south of Highway 91 at Howells, Ne, corner and 1/4 west.DICKINSON, William 1865-1957 Elizabeth d. 26 Jan 1917 87 yrs KIRKLAND, Annie A. dau. 4 Dec 1915 7 May 1917 Mamie L. dau. 8 Mar 1901 7 Feb 1903 BRISTOL, Lester wed to Barbara on 23 June 1925 1897-1965 Clarence M. 1869 1943 Jane A. 22 Oct 1830 19 Mar 1910 Henry 17 Dec 1828 3 Mar 1904 Floyd, son of C.M. & E. 1. 12 Dec. 1892 5 Sept 1893 E. Irene 1870 1936 PONT, David LeRoy b & d 1923 CHILCOAT, Dassa S. d. 12 July 1874 18 yrs F. R. our son no dates Children of R. & N. Chilcoat Nancy, wife of R. born in Morgan Co. Ohio 8 Sep 1828 d. 6 Mar 1891 62 yrs VANDERMEULEN, George d. 12 Jan 1893 33 yr 3 m 9 days MOORE, Martha 1884 --- 1940 unmarked grave WALKER, Daisy 1875 --- 1960 Martha 1873 --- 1965 ALLEN, Loren 14 Oct 1852 20 Jan 1936 Mary 29 Aug 1856 13 Nov 1891 Edna 4 Jan 1878 13 Dec 1901 JARVIS, Jessie M. d 23 Mar 1894 74 yr 11 mo 23 days Frank, son of J. M. & C. d. 11 Aug 1874 14 yr 8 mo CHILDERLEY, Joseph 15 Mar 1901 27 Apr 1902 Alice 11 Mar 1900 31 Oct 1906 Children of A. & L. Childerley DICKINSON, Viola, dau of R. & A. d. 3 Feb 1895 1 m 21 days Buelah, dau of R. & A. d. 15 Feb 1891 1 m 10 days PARSONS, N. Mother d. 30 Oct. 1883 67 yr 8 mo 14 days A. Father d. 9 Feb 1887 87 yr 15 days DICKINSON, Alice S. wife of Reuben 27 Aug 1849 14 May 1902 52 yr 8 mo 17 days Reuben 2 Apr 1846 11 Jan 1917 70 yr 9 m 9 days Clara A., dau of W. H. & Christa 30 Nov 1908 26 Feb 1908 PERRY, E. A. d. 11 Mar 1889 66 yr 11 mo 11 days MOORE, Thomas 9 Feb 1836 24 Nov 1913 Harriet, wife 23 Apr 1848 ? McGILLIVRAY, Robert D., son of H. I. Loretes d 19 Feb 1883 9 m 26 days STURDEVANT, Lorenzo L., son of L.D. & Margaret d 11 Mar 1888 1 yr 9 mo 19 days WALKER, Thos GAR Co G 9th Ill Cav MOORE, Harriet E., wife of N. B. d 4 Feb 1895 46 yr 3 mo 16 days PONT, Baby son of H. & A. b & d 15 Apr 1916 dau of B. & E d. 1 May 1888 4 yr 5 mo 25 days
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Submitted by: Earl H. McNare, Lincoln, Ne
From Genealogical Archives in the Antelope County Historical Society
MARRIAGES IN ANTELOPE COUNTY, NE 1885
Frances JENCKS (31), Mrs. Cynthia A. RUSSELL (28) m. in Willow Prect. May 27, 1885. Wit: W.S. JENCKS and Hattie JENCKS, Groom b, Ill, son of E.N. JENCKS and Sarah NETTLETON. Bride, born in Ill., dau. of Thomas BENNETT and Mary JACOBS.
August SWANSON (40) & Miss Hannah ERICKSON (36). m. at Neligh, July 10, 1885. Wit: A.A. SWANSON and Knut SWANSON. Groom was b. in Sweden, son of Swan JOHNSON and Josephine GREENLAND. Bride was born in Sweden, dau of Aaron ERICKSON and Mary LOFTAEN.
T.E. CHAPPELL (21) & Miss Ella BRITTELL (17) m. Sept 17, 1885. Wits: Mr & Mrs Orange BRITTELL and Mr & Mrs Jesse CHAPPELL. Groom born in Indiana, son of Jesse SHAPPELL and Sarah E. CHAPPELL. Bride born in Ill. dau. of Orange BRITTELL and Lizzie RUSSELL.
Henry CORBY (23), & Miss Phoeba S. BABCOCK 18, m. at Neligh May 9, 1885. Wits: O. EGGLESTON and Mrs. J.W. PHELPS. Groom b. in PA., son of Samuel CORBY and Matilda ?. Bride b. in Minn. dau. of Erastus BABCOCK and Louisa CALDER.
Henry T. CLARK 28, & Miss Mary OLIVER 30, m. at Willow Valley May 23, 1885. Wits: her parents and John OLIVER. Groom b. in Iowa, son of Lucien CLARK and Josephine ROBERTS. Bride dau of Conrad OLIVER.
William B. COOPER. 34, & Miss Sarah A. DAVENPORT 21, m. at Neligh 3 July 1885. Groom born in Ohio, (residence, Creighton) son of Jonathan COOPER and Eliza E. SMITH. Bride born in Iowa, dau. of William DAVENPORT.
F.B. TUBBS, 27, & Miss Abbie Estella EASTMAN 19, License Feb. 28, 1885. Groom b. in Mich. son of Lester TUBBS and ?. Bride was born in Ill. dau. of Parker EASTMAN & Sallie HALL.
Frank BROWN 25, & Miss Mary C. LAND 18, m. at Oakdale, 3 March 1885. Wits: Olrus O. LAND and P. WILSON. Groom b. in Ill, son of Thomas BROWN and Caroline STOCKHOUSE. Bride was born in Iowa, dau. of Owen LAND.
Otto PUNTNEY 24, Miss Hattie BONSTELL 23, m. at Neligh 3 July 1885. Wits; Mrs. A.F. MARSH. Groom b. in Iowa, son of William PUNTNEY and Sarah Ann BOGUE. Bride born in Iowa, dau. of George BONSTELL. (Marriage Certificate reads "Hattie I. BONESTEEL")
Elliot BORTON 50, Miss Jane SALE 35, m. 22 Oct. 1885. Wits. John WRIGHT and Frank EWING. Groom was b. in PA., son of S.R. BORTON. Bride was b. in Wisc. dau. of David SALE.
W.A. WILLARD 24, Miss Alta I. WADSWORTH 17, m. 22 Oct 1885 by J.G. CLOSSON, J. of P. Groom was b. in Mo., son of Perry WILLARD. Bride was b. in Wisc. dau of John WADSWORTH.
George BROKAW, 21, Miss Rosetta SHULTZ 20. m. at Willowdale, 28 Sept. 1885 by Rev. M.L. HOLT. Groom b. in Iowa, so of Francis BROKAW and Mahala ELLIS. Bride b. in Ohio, dau. of William C. SHULTZ and Matilda ELLIS.
Charles H. PATIE 24, & Miss Ilolie C. STAPLES 24, m. at Neligh 1 Mar. 1886. License 26 Sept. 1885. Groom b. in Wisc. son of John BATIE and Phoebe COOPER. Bride b. in Minn., dau. of Levi STAPLES and Matilda CASTLE.
Wm. H. SHELLHART 26, & Miss Nettie A. BELLAR 18, m. at Neligh, 17 Sept. 1885. Wits. Wm. H. VAN GILDER and Sarah C. GURNEY. Groom b. in Iowa, son of Samuel SHELLHART and Anna M. HOUSTON. Bride b. in Iowa, dau. of John BELLAR and Margaret MORRELL.
John H. RISEWICK 27, & Miss Hattie E. HATHAWAY 19, m. 20 Dec. 1885 in Neligh. Wits: Charles R. FREEMAN and Nettie V. HATHAWAY. Groom b. in Penn., son of Jacob RICEWICK and Catherine CULP. Bride was b. in N.J., dau. of Charles A. HATHAWAY.
William NORTH 27, & Miss Isabella Anna GARHART 26, m. at Willowdale 16 April 1885 by Rev. Theodore P. BROWN. Wit: Mrs. M.M. BROWN, Charles NORTH and Emma A.B. NORTH. Groom was born in England, son of Thomas NORTH and Anna E. CLARKE. Bride was born in Ind., dau of D.H. GARHART and Elizabeth REEDER.
Charles E. NORTH 21, & Miss Emma A.B. GARHART 16, m. at Willowdale 16 Apr. 1885. Wit: Mrs. M.M. BROWN. Wm. NORTH and Isabella NORTH. Groom was b. in England, son of Thomas NORTH and Anna E. CLARKE. Bride was b. in Ind. dau of D.H. GARHART and Elizabeth H. REEDER. Wm. NORTH lives in Antelope Co. Charles lives in Pierce County.
Thomas W. MEANS 36, & Mrs. Elvira S. KEPHART 40. License 14 Feb. 1885. Groom b. in Iowa, son of George Means. Bride b. in Iowa. T.A. BALDWIN 27 & Miss Ella M. COLTON 19. m. 18 March 1885 by H.H. HOAGLAND, J.P. Groom was b. in PA, son of H. K. BALDWIN and Emily GILOSPI. Bride was b. in Ill. dau of T. CULTON and Jane UPDIKE.
Ira M. HAMILTON 26, & Miss Clara M. WATSON 20, m. near Plainview by Thomas KEN, Cong'l Minister of Creighton. 4 March 1885. Wit: G.H. McCLINTOCK and W.W. HAMILTON. Groom was born in PA, son of W.W. HAMILTON and M.A. MCLARIN. Bride was b. in Nebraska, dau of E.P. WATSON and Elizabeth GILBERT.
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Antelope County, Ne, Marriages continued:
James B. HICKMAN 36, & Mrs. Martha E. GRANGER 27 m. 4 July 1885 by Benjamin KOSTER, Min, Wit: N.P. WILLIAMS and Sarah E. WILLIAMS.Groom was b. in Virginia, son of Wm. P. HICKMAN and Margaret HOGE. Bride was b. in Minn., dau of T.B. VON ERLON.
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From Nebraska State Historical Society files
THOMAS COUNTY MARRIAGES 1891-1900Date NAME AGE RESIDENCE PLACE OF BIRTH Feb. 5, 1891 CLINE, Alanson D. 26 Blaine Co. Ind. Son of Jas. CLINE & Dexie ALDRIDGE DORWIN, Myrtie 17 Thomas Co. Mich. Dau. of Calvin DORWIN & Lucius. LARKINS Aug. 19, 1891 BROWN, Lyman A. 23 Thedford Wisc. Son of H. C. BROWN & Mary E. DUNHAM DILL, Rebecca May 19 Thedford Ind. Dau. of B.F. DILL & Sarah E. SMITH March 16, 1891 CROOK, Jas. W. 40 Thedford Ill. Son of Rohr. CROOK & Francis DAVIS BLANTON, Lydia F. 16 Thedford Kentucky Dau. of Thos. BLANTON & Polly Ann FOWLER
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Thomas County Marriages continued:Date NAME AGE RESIDENCE Place of Birth June 24, 1891 STEARNS, Herbert A. 20 Thedford Fulton, N.Y. Son of Amos I. STEARNS & Elizabeth A. JOHNSON EVANS, Bertha M. 16 Thedford West Eaton, N.Y. Dau of Robt. F. EVANS & Genette SHERMAN Sept. 14, 1891 MILLS, Frank W. 26 Thomas Co. Iowa Son of D. O. MILLS & Sarah J. BOTT COATS, Mrs. Sarah 17 Thomas Co. Ogden, IA Dau. of Garrette GIBSON & Sarah HIGGINS Feb. 14, 1892 RUSSELL, Chas. R. 23 Thomas Co. Iowa Irwin W. RUSSELL & Lydia J. DODD EDWARDS, Nannie D. 16 Cherry Co. Kansas dau. of Jas. A. EDWARDS & Mary A. TROUT March 6, 1892 CROFT, John H. Sr. 72 Thomas Co. Penn. son of Daniel CROFT & Margaret HIPPIE RUSH, Mrs. Rebecca A. 56 Thomas Co. Penn. dau. of March 12, 1892 THOMPSON, Willis E. 30 Seneca, Nebr. Ohio son of Jas. THOMPSON & Elizabeth PORTE FERRIER, Ida May 15 Seneca, Nebr Penn. dau. of Isaah FERRIER & Elizabeth CROSSMAN March 30, 1892 MOORE, Mace 21 Seneca, Nebr Wisc. son of Orin MOORE & Mary E. WEIDEMAN PUGH, Carrie B. 15 Seneca, Nebr Ill. dau. of Jas. W. PUGH & Lizzie WILDS April 9, 1892 SWENGEL, W. E. 26 Blaine Co. Nebr. son of Sam'l SWENGEL & Nancy J. EMRICK PARKER, Roseta M. 16 Thomas Co. Iowa Dau. of J.W. PARKER & Julia M. McALPINE April 24, 1892 SPURGIN, Peter 22 Thomas Co. Iowa son of J.L. SPURGIN & Zilpha THOMAS GIBSON, Lieucindyann 16 Thomas Co. Is dau of G.J. GIBSON & S.A. HIGGINS June 2, 1892 SCOTT, H.D. 51 Glendo, Wyo. Terrehut, Ind. son of John SCOTT & Emma. RUSSELL, Ellen E. 21 Thedford Iowa dau of I.W. RUSSELL & Lydia DODD Aug. 20, 1892 SPURGIN, Daniel F. 25 Ellsworth, Neb. Missouri son of Sam'l SPURGIN & Francis DAVIS OSMAN, Emma 18 Ellsworth, Neb Minn. dau of Sam'l H. OSMAN Oct. 17, 1892 HARMAN, Edgar 23 Polk, Co. Neb. Ind. son of David HARMAN & Susanna GILLIAND BURTCH, Reca 16 Cherry Co. Neb Iowa dau of Thos. BURTCH & Ella COLLINS Nov. 10, 1892 SPURGIN, Henry J. 28 Thedford, Neb. Missouri son of Sam'l SPURGIN & Francis DAVIS CLOW, Eva 15 Thedford, Neb. Indiana dau of Jas. H. CLOW & Belle BROOKMAN Dec. 8, 1892 MOSELEY, William 25 Cherry Co. New Jersey son of James MOSELY & Agnes MILLER PULLMAN, Lottie 25 Cherry Co. Iowa dau of Geo. PULLMAN & Elizabeth HETTINGER Dec. 21, 1892 SHRINER, Edward B. 22 Cherry Co. Iowa son of John W. SHRINER & Malinda EXLINE ALGOE, Elizabeth 26 Thomas Co. Illinois dau. of Wm. ALGOE & Elizabeth WELCH Feb. 14,1893 Application for license TABER, William K. 24 Custer Co. Missouri son of Joseph H. TABER & Elizabeth A. LEE HANSBURY, Olo I. 16 Thomas Co. Nebraska dau of Albert HANSBURY & Mary A. HANING
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Thomas County Marriages continued:DATE NAME AGE RESIDENCE PLACE OF BIRTH Dec. 16, 1893 McCLURE, John 26 Halsey, Neb. Indiana PERKINS, Marcia L. 20 Halsey, Neb. Iowa Dau. of Dan'l E. PERKINS & Martha M. MARSH Oct. 7, 1894 CASE, A. H. 28 Broken Bow North Carolina son of A. R. CASE & Adaline Bell COX, Ida 21 Broken Bow Ohio dau. of G. B. COX Dec. 31, 1893 KIMMICK, P.J. 21 Thedford Murry, Iowa son of Arthur STACY & Jennie LIKES LEWIS, Nellie 20 Thedford Cooperstown, N. Y. dau of Eneas LEWIS & Clara CROSBY Dec. 19, 1893 VAUGHT, Charles L. 31 Halsey, Neb. Iowa PERKINS, Carrie J. 19 Halsey, Neb. Iowa dau of Daniel E. PERKINS & Martha M. MARSH Jan. 16, 1895 STRAWL, Sylvester M. 22 Duboise, Neb. Nebr. Son of Jacob STRAWL & Samantha RUNDEL COCKERHAM, Hulda 24 Cherry Co. Kansas dau of John COCKERHAM & Rebecca DYCHE April 18, 1895 RUSH, Edward Everett 24 Halsey, Neb Chariton, IA. son of Artemus RUSH & Rebecca A. SCOTT BIVENS, Bernice 21 Purdum Tecumseh, Neb. dau of Sam'l W. BIVENS & Alice GUERNSEY April 25, 1895 LOWE, John J. 42 Cherry Co. Iowa son of Robert LOWE & Catherine FILLEY McCUTCHIN, Eliza 32 Cherry Co. Wisconsin dau of James McCUTCHIN & Jane GUTHRIE Sept. 30, 1895 JAMES, Ira Newton 25 McPherson Co. Iowa son of Wm. G. JAMES & Mary MILLER CLOUSE, Anna Louisa 18 McPherson Co. Missouri dau of Clark W. CLOUSE & Nancy GAY Nov. 11, 1895 HETRICK, Daniel A. 22 Thedford Missouri son of Isaac HETRICK & Sarah DUNCAN COLLINS, Francis A. 16 Thedford Nebraska dau of & Nancy SPURGIN Nov. 14, 1895 ALLEN, John F. 29 Thedford Iowa son of Geo. T. ALLEN & Elizabeth NELVERMAN TALBOT, Hilly W. 18 Thedford Iowa dau of Abram TALBOTT & Rachael R. HOUSE Dec. 28, 1895 HOHSTATT, Frederick George 43 Cherry Co. Germany son of Johann HOHSTATT & Mary KAMPF KRUEGER, Mrs. Barbara 31 Council Bluffs, IA Germany dau of SCHAMPF Feb. 23, 1896 GATES, Elmer T. 23 Lynn, MO. Indiana son of William C. GATES & Amanda E. BEACH PERKINS, Edna Jane 17 Halsey, Neb. Iowa dau. of Daniel E. PERKINS & Martha M. MARSH Apr. 8, 1896 (Intention) COOPER, Edwin 38 Cherry Co. New York son of Jacob COOPER & Mary JUDSON CORNELIA, Martha M. 26 Cherry Co. MO. dau of James CORNELIA & Melinda CUPSTED Nov. 23, 1896 FRITZ, Christian 37 Cherry Co. Pennsylvania son of George FRITZ & Elizabeth KESSLER COOPER, Mrs. Mary E. 27 Cherry Co. Miss. dau of James CORNELIUS & Melinda M. CUPSTID Dec 1, 1896 FELLOWS, George A. 21 Cherry Co. New York son of Adin FELLOWS & Viola PETIT LILLY, Minnie 20 Cherry Co. Missouri dau of Sam'l W. LILLY & Jane HAGUE Dec 13, 1896 PACE, Francis M. 29 Seneca Mo. son of Martin PACE & Rebecca MODE HETRICK, Viola 17 Norway Ia dau of Isaac HETRICK
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Thomas County Marriages continued:DATE NAME AGE RESIDENCE PLACE OF BIRTH March 14, 1897 RUDISIL, George Worley 25 Seneca Ill. son of George H. RUDISIL & Wealthy Ann BUCK DECHLER, Minnie 18 Seneca Iowa dau. of Clark DECHLER & Almedia SULLIVAN April 11, 1897 RODOCKER, D. Alton 21 Thomas Co. Pennsylvania son of Geo. RODOCKER & Susan BRIKEY GRAY, Ettie 19 Thomas Co. Penn dau of Geo. GRAY & Sabina WILCOX Aug. 17, 1897 BLAKESLEE, Charles H. 38 Thedford Illinois son of Geo. BLAKESLEE & Martha J. WRIGHT COLLINS, Mrs. Nancy 36 Thedford Missouri dau of SPURCIN & Francis DAVIS March 23, 1898 POSTEN, Felix E. 28 Hooker Co. West VA. son of David M. POSTEN & Susan McWILLIAMS WELCH, Julia E. 24 Hooker Co. Nebraska dau of Fred P. WELCH & Julia A. KEMP May 1, 1898 MOBERLEY, Elmer E. 22 Cherry Co. Indiana son of Joseph T. MOBERLEY & Eva E. RAY LILLY, Amy C. 16 Cherry Co. Missouri dau of S.W. LILLY & Jane HAGUE June 7, 1898 CHALOUD, Frank 33 Cherry Co., Nebr Austria son of Frank CHALOUD & Christie GOULD PEEDON, Emma R. 19 Thedford Nebraska dau of W. H. PEEDON & Caroline ROXY Sept. 20, 1898 RUSSELL, George M. 35 Thomas Co. Iowa son if Irvin W. RUSSELL & Lidda DODD MILROY, Agnes J. 18 Thomas Co. Illinois dau. of Alexander MILROY & Jennett SCOTT Oct. 20, 1898 WEST, Willmar L. 23 Thomas Co West Virginia son of Albert C. WEST & Nellie VURGE WELLS, Nora 0. 22 Thomas Co. Illinois dau of Josias WELLS Nov. 28, 1898 EDIS, Levi William 21 Thomas Wisconsin son of William EDIS & Louie HOHARROW DAVIS, Mrs. Mina 25 Thomas Kansas dau of Jeremiah HOWE & Elizabeth CASE Jan. 4, 1899 MILLISON, Silas B. 20 Thomas Co. Neb. Iowa son of Benj. MILLISON & Catharine COFFMAN BAUMANN, Hannah A. 21 Thomas Co. Neb. Germany dau of August BAUMANN & Henrietta ROLLWAGEN July 14, 1899 PHILLIPS, Oscar F. 42 Alliance Wisconsin son of H.F. PHILLIPS & Arabel COOK POOL, Lemmie V. 25 Thedford Virginia dau of J.R. POOL & Missouri BOYER Sept. 17, 1899 CROW, James H. 21 Thedford Kansas son of Harrison J. CROW & Margurite DAVIDSON CLOW, Edith 18 Thedford Nebraska dau. of James H. CLOW & BOOKNAW Oct. 1, 1899 RODOCKER, Sam'l U. 22 Halsey Pennsylvania son of George RODOCKER & Susan BRINEY GRAY, Emma 17 Thadford Nebraska dau of George GRAY & Sabina WILLCOX Nov. 8, 1899 CRAWFORD, Albert O. 31 Seneca Iowa son of James M. CRAWFORD & Mary M. HARMON ANDERSON, Hilma C. 27 Seneca Illinois dau of Andrew P. ANDERSON & Anne S. FREBERG Dec. 31, 1899 LELAUCHER, John Ross 23 Mullen Iowa son of Elisha LELAUCHER & Mary BLISS STEVENSON, Maggie May 18 Mullen Iowa dau of Frank STEVENSON & Adelaid ALLEN
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Thomas County Marriages, continued:DATE NAME AGE RESIDENCE PLACE OF BIRTH Feb. 22, 1900 HENDRYX, Clarence E. 21 Halsey, Neb. Douglas Co. son of Jas. G. HENDRYX & Margaret M. BILLINGS SWISHER, Sarah Jane 20 Halsey, Neb. Custer Co. dau of Jas. M. SWISHER & Caroline MOSE March 25, 1900 WEST, Charles E. 28 Thedford York, Nebr. son of Jno. WEST & Melissa Ann PIERSON BROWN, Mrs. Rebecca May 27 Thedford Indiana dau of B.F. DILL & Sarah E. SMITH March 29, 1900 JACKSON, Roy W. 20 Seneca, Neb Marion Co. IA son of John F. JACKSON & Elizabeth WILSON CRAWFORD, Ida May 23 Seneca, Neb Warren Co. IA dau of Robt. CRAWFORD & Elizabeth WRIGHT June 9, 1900 CURTIS, Edward W. 28 Stuart, Holt Co. Cold Water, Mich. son of Ebenezer CURTIS & Sarah SHECKLER COMPTON, Rubie 16 Thedford, Neb Keys Paha Co. Neb dau of Herman L. COMPTON & Elsie AKERMAN
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1890 Real Estate, Leslie Precinct, Wayne CountyJohn H. WHIPERMAN Claus H. PAULSON Fred GILSTEN Lizzie L. WALTERS John BOCKENHAUEN David A. SAPPENFIELD H. RODRECK I. W. COBB E. B. BILLS Alonzo RANDALL Tho. DIETRICHS Edwin J. CHAMBERS Thos MAYBERRY Hinrich Gerhard FOSTYER Hinick RODECK Jacob THOMAS Wm. HARRISON Joseph M. KELSO Robt SMEATH J. H. OTTMAN John T. BRESSLER Chas S. ASH M. K. JORGENSEN W. HARRISON George FUOSS W. E. KRANSE Geo. W. KELLER Arnold REMBERG Samuel FUOSS John M. GUINE Louis A. KELLER Henry GRIEVE Peter LEONARD Lewis WERNICK Thus MINEHAN J. B. PANABAKEN Wm. UTECHT W. B. GORHAM John R. RUSSELL Chas H. FRY Wm. S. COOK Christian REBENSDORF J. E. WILSON Mary Ann FRY Daniel EIMER Louise KORTH Detlif KAI Chas SANG Louis NURENBRYEN E. S. SHEPARD August KAI D. N. WHEELER Michael GASPERS C. J. PETERS N. H. NYE 1. N. STINSON Cathorine A. NURENBERGER Chas. C. KILLIAN W. LUMMEL John D. FRAZEE John HARRISON Elizabeth SLAUGHTER John HANSON Henry MUTTEBURG Carrie M. MITCHELL W. H. CHURCHILL N. SHUMAKER Jas POWELL Solomon SLAUGHTER Eugene SULLIVAN Milton NYE Wm. POWELL Frank LONG Geo. WETHERHOLT Milton A. NYE John H. VOLLERS Frank LONG Jr. Benten W. BROWN Isaac L. GALBRAETH J. B. COLLINS Joseph KORTH George BUSKIRK Frank WETHERHOLT Robert ROBENSON Henry BECKENRAUSE David WERNER J. P. JORGENSON J. B. PANOBAKER Fred KAY James MACK J. H. WARREN Mark VOGT William KORTH J. M. PULLEN H. ROD1CK Ernest BURKMANN Agnes JONES John T. BRESSLIN Ludwid RRHLING (sic) Fritz LOUCKS D. C. CHAMBERS Aug. H. JOOST E. A. CUMMING Wm. BUSCH John GILFERT Grace E. MITCHELL D.G. WINDHUSEN Chas. F. SCHULDT John H. WORREN Hannah WISE John KING Wm. BUSCH John AHLERS J. S. CRESSY Jacob PIATT A. H. HUGE Wm. BLOODHART McNISH & GRAHAM Florence D. MILLER Henry SCHRODER Albert LONG John WITLEMER Thos. M. FREEMAN D. VAN SEGGERN Wm. S. GARRETT D. STRODTHOFF D.D.A. DRUMMOND Robt SHANNON J. B. McKINNIE Hugh SMITH 1. H. CAREY J. D. KING John AHLERS H. HEYNE Wm. THOMAS Robert RUBACK F. D. MILLER Wilkelm SYDOW D. A. DURMAN Loyal B SHEPHERD Fred KRUSENAR Frank R. PRATT Thos C. KIRK W.C. SHEPHARD Alva LONARD Eugene A. TUCKER Jacob THOMAS John H. OTTEMAN Henry ORLEDY I. H. GRAVES Gehard HEIJNE John GERKEN Harrison STINSON John VOSTEEN Fred MEYER F. D. MILLER
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1890 PERSONAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENT, Leslie Prect. Wayne CountyALBERTSEN, Loring HENSCHKE, Ernst KELSO, D. A. ROHLING, Ludwig AHLERS, John HAMMER, Hans LORGE, Albert SLAUGHTER, Solomon ARNOLD, Davis HANSON, W. E. LORGE, Julius SLAUGHTER, Charles BECKER, Michael HERNER, Mary E. LEONARD & Son SNEATH, Robert BOCKENHAVER, John HERNER, David MAYBERRY, Thomas SHEPARD, J. B. BANESTER, H.A. HERRMANN, J. M. McINISTAN, D. SELLERS, Bro. BRADFORD, J. M. JOHN, Nick MITCHELL, John SAPPENFIELD, D. A. BARBER, 0. A. ROHN, Stephen McINISE, John SYDOW, Augusta BRESSLER, S. C. MADAN, Robert MACK, James STRUDTHOFF, D. BRESSLER, F. P. HEYNE, Henry MININHAN, Thos SCHRODER, H. D. BUSKIRK, George JOST, August MILLER, F. D. SCHMIDT, John BLOODHAST, Wm. JORGENSEN, J. P. MEYER, Fredrich UTECH, William BELL, Henry JORGENSEN, N. K. MININHAN, Mike THOMPSON, A. R. CURRMESTER, F. H. JORDEN, John F. McKINNE, J. D. TUCKER, E. A. CHAMBERS, D. L. JAHDE, Herman MATTHEWS, J. F. VOSTEEN, John CRESSY, J. S. JORGENSEN, --- NELSON, Lawrence WILSON, J.E. CLARISSEN, L. LONGE, David NUERNBERGER, Louis WEONRCK, Elizabeth CLARISSEN, Jens P. LONGE, Herman NYE, Bros. WHIPPERMAN, George CHURCHILL, W. C. LONGE, Frank ORLEDGE, Henry WHIPPERMAN, J. H. COMFORT, Dar LUMMEL, Wendelin REBENSDORF, C. H. WADE, L. EIMER, Daniel KELLER, Bros. RUSSELL, Richard WADE, E. A. ECKLER, Richard KAI, August ROGERS, A. WOLF, Henry EIKLER, Ernst KAI, Dedlef PETERS, Fred WESTERHOLD, Frank DIEDRICHS, Theo KAI, Claus POWERS, C. F. WESTERHOLD, Herman DUNLAVEY, James KAY, Fred PULLEN, J. N. WESTERHOLD, August FOUSS, S. G. KILLIAN, C. A. PETERS, C. J. WOLLMER, John FOUSS, J. G. KORTH, Louise PAULSEN, Claus H. WINDHUSEN, D. G. GILBERT, John KRUSEMARK, Fred RONFELDT, E. WESSEL, John GOREHAM, W. B. KELSO, J. M. RUDEBUSCH, D. GERKEN, John KELSO, 11. E. ROEDICK, Henry HENSCHKE, Macko KELSO, Wm. REHLING, August
1889 PERSONAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENT, PINE PRECT, BROWN COUNTYWm. AGLER Thos. W. GRAMBERY Wm. N. MAGILL Geo. A. SMITH J. AUDSON E. W. HOLT Jas. MULICK W. J. STACKWELL Geo. ASHNOTT J. S. HILL G. T. MILLER F. E. STACKWELL Chas. B. BYON S. HASRVARD I. M. MOORE F. SHEPPARD R. H. BRENIZER HALL & DAVISON Amos POUCLL (sic) Jno. SEXTON Levi BRENIZER W. B. KNOWLES Thos. PETTYJOHN Jas SMITH Zora BENNETT J. M. KNOWLES J. C. PETTYJOHN 0. TROTTER S. D. BANONT N. KESSELBUTT R. S. PETTYJOHN E. TOTTEN C.C. BARNARD S. KYNER Chas. PETTYJOHN R. A. UPSTILL Adley COOK C. KENNER James ROBERTS D.D. VAIGLIN T. S. COOK Wm. LUDKE H. P. RIGGS E. W. VINGIN W. C. GOLDEN E. 0. DeLAUD B. RECKAND W. M. VAUGHN
1889 REAL ESTATE ASSESSMENT, Pine Prect., Brown CountyAUDERSON, Mattis BOSTWICK, Chas. GROVES, Henry KNOWLES, Wm. B. ABBOTT, Edwin C BENNETT, Elmer GOLDEN, Wm. C. KNOWLES, 1. N. BERNHARD, Chas. BOSTWICK, Charles G. GLOVER, Chas. R. LUDKE, Wilhelm BUTLERER, Broham CASTLE, J. C. HAELEE, Henry C. LAEHTROP, Amalia BRYAN, Edgar C. COMADT, Isreal HESS, William L. LEARN, Henry W. BUTTNER, Chas. DAVID, A. M. HILL, John S. MCKNIGHT, Mattis BETHGR, Fred KYNER, S. H. HARWARD, Wm. Jr. MALLOY, M. B. BOCENIZER, Kittie EMRIL, Harvey HALLEY, Henry C. MILLARD, J. H. BOCENIZER, R. H. FLOYD, E. J. INGERSOLL, F. 11. MEAD, Charles BAILEY, Abel SILL, Harvey KENNER, Richard MATHEWSON, Chas. P. BAILEY, Abel Jr. GLOVER, Sam G. KNOWLES, Jas. F. McCONNELL, James
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1889 Real Estate Assessment, Brown CountyMcCONNELL, A. C. PORTER, James F. SHARPE, Jesse M. UPSTILL, Richard A. MAGILL, Wm. H. PETTYJOHN, Mrs. C. SMITH, G. A. UPSTILL, Alfred MILLER, Fannie M. PETTIJOHN, Jas. C. SLAFTER, Gorden J. VIRGIN, Eugene McCOMKONS, Wm. POWELL, Amos N. STACKWELL, Wilber J. WILKINS, Emma NARVARD, Mrs. Jennie PAYNE, Stephen STACKWELL, Francis WINTER, Alice I. MILLER, G. F. ROBERTS, J. F. THATCH, Saml WINTER, Thaddeus NEFF, Ezra C. RITTERBUSH, A. F. TROTTER, Ocar W. WOLSON, Saml J. PILGER, A. J. SPROUSE, John TROTTER, Erastus KYUN, S. N PETTIJOHN, Robt S. SIMPSON, M. C. UPSTILL, Richard MYGATT, S. N.
1889 REAL ESTATE ASSESSMENT, Burley Precinct, Brown CountyBURLEY, Joseph BURLEY, Geo. W. BURLEY, Wellington BOVE, Cordelia A. CORNISH, Walter CORNISH, Aaron CORNISH, Geo. A. EDWARDS, Evan W. FERGUSON, Thos. J. FERGUSON, Wm. W. FERGUSON, Hugh D. HOHLFELD, Emil LIEN, Ole P. McOWAT, Jane METZER, Geo. MILLER, John W. PRICE, Eva A. PARSONS, Thos. W. PENNELL, Lewis H. REED, Charles T. ROBINSON, Chas & sons RAVEN, John SWEITZER, S.F. SCHIENOST, Emanuel THOMPSON, Florence WILLIAMS, Thos R.
1889 PERSONAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENT, BURLEY PRECINCT, BROWN COUNTYBURLEY, Jas & sons BURLEY, Geo. W. BURLEY, Mary A. CORNISH, W. A. CORNISH, Aaron CORNISH, George A. C (/) , Willie M. EDWARDS, Ellen W. FURGUSON, W. W. FITZMORRIS, James HOHLFIELD, Emil LIEN, Ole P. MILLER, John W. ROBINSON, Chas & son RAVEN, John SWEITZER, Samuel M. SHEINOST, Emanuel
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Submitted by: Mrs. Marvel Skinner Bearg, Ainsworth, NE
ROSTER OF EX-SOLDIERS AND SAILORS IN BROWN COUNTY
Ex-soldiers and sailors residing in Buffalo Precinct, Brown County, NE, June 4, 1887 (Signed) A. D. BEEBE, Assessor.NAME RANK COMPANY REGIMENT, BATTERY OR VESSEL P.O. ADDRESS Stephen PAYNE Ensign Walkers Texas Rangers Long Pine in Rebellion Surgeon D Illinois Inf. 70 Long Pine in Rebellion I 16 Illinois Calvary Long Pine Abel BARLEY A 6 Iowa Calvery Long Pine Samuel J. WILSON F 22 Penn Calvery Long Pine Hervey FORD C 51 Ohio Long Pine John T. WHEELER Y (51?) Wis. H. Artilery Long Pine John McCLAIN C 103 Ill Infantry Long Pine Charles McMINDES H 86 New York Long Pine Burton FREEMAN Captain I 27 New York I Ainsworth John F. FURGERSON Corporal F 88 Indiana Ainsworth John M. JACKSON M 5 Indiana Ainsworth Theodore WALMER U.S. S Hartford Seaman Ainsworth David H. SAWYER D 141 Ill Ainsworth Phillip R.S. TINLSEY D 36 Iowa Infantry Ainsworth Joshua B. SMITH Y 151 Ill Infantry Ainsworth Lewis E. FERNAN B 45 Wis Infantry Ainsworth John H. FERNAN B 45 Wis Infantry Ainsworth C. F. (BRYD) 1st Sergt G 15 Iowa Infantry " " 1st Lieut B 34 Iowa Infantry William (MCCOMMONS?) Corp G 26 Ill Volunteers Long Pine Barrett BECKARD Private E 44 Iowa Vol Inf Long Pine Eli M. BURGHER Private B I (---- --- ---) Long Pine ( --- ) B. KNOWLES Private F 44 Iowa Vol Inf Long Pine John SAUNDERS Private B 120 Iowa Vol Inf Long Pine G. W. CADY Private C 104 Ill Vol Inf Long Pine
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Roster of Ex-Soldiers and Sailors in Brown County continued:NAME RANK COMPANY REGIMENT, BATTERY OR VESSEL P.O. ADDRESS Josef HURD C 13 Y.S.A. Long Pine G. D. ASHWORTH Private K 2 Va. W. Cav. Long Pine George A. SMITH Private F 5 Wisc In Long Pine R. B. WHITNEY Private H 6 (M_ _) Long Pine Private I 95 111 Vol Inf Long Pine A. FERGUSON Corp F 10 Mich Inft Long Pine (Sylvanus?) TAYLOR Private C 27 Ill Inft Long Pine Martin H. AVERY Private C H 2 Ohio ( ) Long Pine J. A. (N ) Sergt B 63 Ind Inf Long Pine Elias MYERS Corp A 103 PA Vol Long Pine James I. ROBERTS E 22 Iowa Vol Long Pine (--.) I. FURGASON Sergt D ( ) Cav. Long Pine Theadore WALMER Seaman Navy Hartford Ainsworth Allen ( .) SEAMAN Bugler K 2nd Wis Calvery Ainsworth Samuel J. WILSON Private F 22 Penn Cal Long Pine Hervey FORD Private C 51 Ohio Inf Long Pine Stephen PAYNE Ordly Sargent I 16 Ill Calvery Long Pine Reuben FRANKLIN Private E 93 New York Ainsworth John McCLAIN Private C 100 Ill In Long Pine John F. FERGISON Infantry F 88 Indiana Ainsworth P. R. TINLSEY Infantry B 36 Iowa Ainsworth F. W. McGILL Private I 92nd Ill Mt Inft Long Pine S. J. OLEARY Sergt "C" 9th U.S. Infty Long Pine J. S DAVISON (co--) I 9th Iowa Vol Cav. Long Pine J. M. MEAD Priv E 42 Ind Vols Long Pine H. H. (WAL ) Priv D 7 Ill V.C. Long Pine Andrew ANDERSON Priv F 98 ( ) 5 Corps Long Pine D.O. VAUGHN Serg E 7 (Misha-) Cav Long Pine W. I. WHITTEMON Priv H 31st Iowa Inft Long Pine
Ex-soldiers and sailors residing in Thatch Prect. Brown Co, NE, Apr. and May 1887. J. C. CASTLE, Ass.W.S. WHITTEMORE Priv H 31st Iowa Inft Long Pine J. S. DAVIDSON Corporal I 9th Iowa Cavalry Long Pine Wm. Barnel KNOWLES Priv F 44th Ind Inft Long Pine James LISLE Priv 3 Iowa Battery Long Pine Sylvanus TAYLOR Priv C 27 Iowa Inft Long Pine Phillipp SWIGGERT Priv A 57 Ill Reg Thurman Dan TAYLOR Priv C 52nd Vet Vol Long Pine Elias MYEAR Corporal A 103 Penn Vol Long Pine W. R. HOUSTON Corporal H 74th Ill Inft Long Pine Elisha CULVER Sergeant C 13th U.S. Reg Long Pine James F. PORTER Priv I 7 Iowa Cavalry Long Pine J. M. HOYT Capt K 7 Wis Inft Long Pine R.W. BLAKE Priv C 39 Ill Inft Long Pine Geo. V. WELLS Priv A 141 Pen Vol Long Pine James ROUSE Priv K 153rd Ill Inft Long Pine O. S. CRABTREE Priv I 95 Ill Inft Long Pine J. A. HUDLOW Wagon Master of Regimental Train Long Pine 2nd Kan Cavalry W. H. MAGILL Priv A 21st N.Y. Cavalry Long Pine Andrew J. O'LEARY 1st Class P.O. 26 S.S. Galatia Navy Long Pine M. J. THRALL Priv C 57th Ind. Inft Long Pine John SAUNDERS Priv D 120 Ind Inft Long Pine Jam a LELAND Priv C 83rd Ill Inft Long Pine Char (WELKR)? Priv H 46 Ill Inft Long Pine Char FETHLEY Priv I 4 Mich Cavalry Long Pine A.S. FURGASON Orderly Serg. D 2 Mich Cavalry Long Pine Martin H. AVERY Priv H 2nd Ohio Cavalry Long Pine D.D. WALKER Priv D 7th Ill Vet Vol Long Pine J. M. MORFORD Priv B 51st Ill Inft Long Fine A. W. BOSTWICK Priv D 105 Ill Inft Long Pine
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Roster of Ex-Soldiers and Sailors in Brown County continued:NAME RANK COMPANY REGIMENT, BATTERY OR VESSEL P.O. ADDRESS J.A. FURGASON Priv F 10th Mich Inft Long Pine A. M. TOTMAN Corporal K 161st N.Y. Vol Long Pine J. T. DUNN Priv A 24 N Jersey Inft 1 Long Pine J. I. ROBERTS Priv E 22nd Iowa Long Pine Wm. F. CLEVENGER Priv A 48th Iowa Long Pine B 6th Ohio Vol Cav Long Pine Robert S. PETTIJOHN Priv H 12 Ohio Inft Long Pine Phillip D. GRIFFIN Priv F 63rd Reg Pen Inft Long Pine I. WINTER Priv B 1st Wis Inft Long Pine J. M. MEAD Priv E 42nd Ind Long Pine Joseph HURD Sergeant C 13th U.S. Inft Long Pine James A. KAY Let Laurent G 123rd U.S.C.T Inft Long Pine Marion Cook Priv H 46th Ill Inft Long Pine Geo. D. ASHWORTH Corporal K 6th West Virginia Cav Long Pine R. B. WHITNEY Priv H 6th Mich Vet Vol Artilery Long Pine Chas BELL Priv E 1st Ohio heavy Bassette Chas MEAD Priv E 80th Ind Inft Long Pine R. H. BREMZER Priv D 44th Iowa Vol Long fine J.B. (MCANTHER?) Priv I 29th Ohio Long Pine W. A. McMONAGLE Priv A 5th Iowa Cavalry Long Pine S. FARLOW Priv G 32nd Iowa Inft Long Pine C. H. SEARLS Priv K 50th Ill Inft Long Pine J.P. (RAWHURST?) Priv G 1st U.S. Sharpshooters Long Pine Priv K 14th Reg U.S. VETERAN RESERVES I Lieut H 43rd U.S. Cold Inft (J?) H. SKINNER Priv I 1st Mich Cavalry Long Pine Frank McGILL Priv I 92nd Ill Reg Long Pine A. F. RITTERBUSH Priv F 51st Ill Reg Long Pine Lewis M. PAYNE Priv B 132nd Ill Inft Long Pine Theadore D. WILLOUGHBY Priv G 6th West Virginia Inft Long Pine E. M. BURGER Priv B 2nd Neb Cavalry Long Pine F.A. WHITTEMORE 1st Lieut F 21st Mo Inft Long Pine ? A. (FUSTY?) Priv I 32nd Iowa Inft Long Pine S.K. HUNTSINGER Priv A 72nd Ind Inft Long Pine Geo. ?. SMITH Priv A 5 Wis Vol Long Pine James HULICK Corporal D 45 Ill Reg Long Pine (MEXICAN WAR) HOLT, John D. Private B Doniphans Reg Missouri Long Pine (Rebellion) BATES, Geo. E. Private P 9th Reg Ills Cav Bassett BATES, Levi D. Private E 74 Reg Ills Inft Long Pine BATES, Isreal F. Private A 1st Reg Neb Cav Long Pine BARD, G.W. Private A 10th Reg Iowa Inft Long Pine CLARK, Benjamin Private G 6th Reg Iowa Inft Long Pine COIN, Orrin R. Private D 14th Reg Wis Inft Bassett DEBOLT, Alexander Private C 77th Reg Ills Inft Bassett DUNAWAY, George Private A 1st Reg Neb. Cav Long Pine GRAHAM, Reuben Private A 98th Reg Ills Inft Long Pine GRANT, Clinton G. Serg P 117th Reg New York Inft Long Pine KENDALLS, A. C. Private C 149th Reg Penn Inft Bassett McCOY, Joshua Private C 77th Reg Ills Inft Long Pine PALMER, Bonaparte Private C 77th Reg Ills Inft Bassett ROE, John Private A 10th Reg Iowa Inft Long Pine STIGILS, Robert Private M 192nd Reg Penn Inft Long Pine THOMPSON, James Private E 5th Reg Cal Inft Long Pine SECHLER, James M. Private 42 Ill Long Pine CORMANEY, J. H. Private D 26 Ill Bassett TALT, John H. Private Powhatan Ship Bassett (JACOX?) John Private B 105 Pa Vol Thurman PUTMAN, Peter J. Private D 186 N. Y. Long Pine BUTLER, G. E. Private D Long Pine
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