NSGS Ancestree

Nebraska State Genealogical Society Journals

NEBRASKA ANCESTREE

Volume 19, no. 2
Fall 1996

NEBRASKA ANCESTREE FALL VOLUME 19 NO 2
Page 48

Submitted by John E Wallace, Lexington, NE

Robb Cemetery Update---Gosper County, NE

This is an update to the Cemetery listings published in the Dawson Co Genealogical Newsletter Vol 1 #1 and Vol 1 #2, Jan 1987 & Sept 1988. It was first published by the NEBRASKA ANCESTREE Winter 1982, Vol 5 #3, and was submitted by Mrs Florence Schmitt of Lexington, NE.

Location: SW 1/4 Section 10, Township 8, Range 21, One and one half mile south of Canaday Steam Plant, south of Lexington, NE.

  BIRTH DEATH
BARNES, Leonard M 12 Oct 1909 5 Mar 1991
BARNES, Margaret C (BROYLER) 20 May 1917 9 Aug 1993
BATES, Marion A (BOYNTON) 10 Dec 1901 10 Jul 1990
BATES, William Boynton   WW II 3 Jun 1926 23 Feb 1996
BELLEW, Nina E (EDGAR) 6 Apr 1892 22 Jul 1989
BLEVINS, Hilda E (RENKEN) 14 Aug 1907 1 Aug 1996
BOWEN, Beverly (BATES) 16 Apr 1929 24 Feb 1987
BRANDENBERG, Donna L (ADAMS) 27 Jun 1931 16 Jul 1995
BRENNAN, Ruth N (HANSON) 16 Sep 1907 4 Apr 1990
BYE, Cecil Henry 9 Dec 1913 1 Feb 1996
BYRNS, James H 20 Jun 1906 7 Nov 1988
CLEMANS, Marie B (PARKER) 18 Jun 1918 15 Jan 1992
DAVIS, John T 10 Apr 1903 12 Jun 1995
DEAL, Lyle Junior 'Bud'   (US Army) 23 Apr 1939 27 Feb 1993
DODGE, Esther Katherine (MOSHER) 16 Aug 1898 29 Apr 1987
FOSTER, Jeneice, E (HANNA) 15 Feb 1920 29 Sep 1991
FURRY, H Glen 25 Aug 1911 24 Aug 1986
HALL, Lacy (PAULSEN) 13 Feb 1906 19 Oct 1988
HALL, Raymond Orlo 23 Feb 1901 5 Apr 1987
HANSON, Gladys (McCOY) 11 Apr 1930 27 Sep 1991
HANSON, Lois Irene 3 Jan 1951 1 Aug 1996
HANSON, Haxel M (RICHARDSON) 9 Aug 1902 4 Jun 1990
HANSON, Paul L   (WW II) 15 Aug 1920 14 Oct 1985
HENDERSON, Bert 28 Jun 1900 23 Oct 1988
HENDERSON, Opal L (KOLB) 25 Nov 1902 4 Mar 1991
HYSLOP, Irvin I 'Bud'   (WW II - Korea) 4 Jul 1926 25 Oct 1989
JEFFREY, David Raymond   (WW II) 28 Nov 1916 23 Dec 1984
JEFFREY, Elva Marie (SPIES) 14 Sep 1914. 29 Apr 1989
JEFFREY, Mary Eleanor (MOSLEY) 6 Dec 1916 9 Nov 1983
JEFFREY, Norman Alexander 2 Sep 1912 25 Dec 1985
JEFFREY, William Robb 22 Mar. 1911 20 Apr 1993
KRAL, Gladys W (OZANNE) 9 Feb 1921 20 Aug 1995
KRAL, Victor J   (WW II) 29 Jun 1912 19 Mar 1987


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ROBB Cemetery continued    
MALLON, Dorothy E 9 Aug 1910 31 Dec1988
McCOY, John L 1 Sep 1898 11 Oct 1983
MYER, Norma Jean (BELLEW) 29 Jun 1927 22 Aug 1996
PARKHURST, Lawrence E   (WW II) 23 Sep 1915 9 Jul 1991
PARKHURST, Marian K (LANTZ) 14 Aug 1913 15 Mar 1990
PECK, Vida Opal (CLARK) 27 Sept 1911 6 Dec 1989
PHILLIPS, Gerald I   (WW II) 8 Aug 1921 8 Aug 1991
PHILLIPPI, Esther (PASSAGE) 2 Sep 1917 9 Jun 1992
PHILLIPPI, Leslie I 26 Mar 1911 6 Dec 1989
PHILLIPPI, Sharon J (RIMPLEY) 3 Dec 1950 23 Sep 1995
RAWSON, Carl Cecil 16 Dec 1904 14 Feb 1986
REESE, Helen L (JOHNSON) 11 Apr 1906 22 Nov 1991
REESE, Kenneth Leon 22 Jun 1917 12 Nov 1992
RENSTROM, Ruth Marie (MALLON) 29 May 1907 16 Apr 1986
RICHARDSON, Addie M (FREEMAN) 3 Sep 1908 29 Apr 1992

RICHARDSON, Doris E (SCHNAKENBERG)

24 Sep 1928 16 Jun 1991
RICHARDSON, Herbert A 19 Feb 1903 7 Jan 1990
RINGENBERG, Edwin F 17 Aug 1915 18 Mar 1996
RITTGARN, Candis (HARDESTY) 5 Dec 1949 25 Apr 1995

ROUDEBAUGH, Patrician Ann (NAFFZINGER)

17 Apr 1922 25 Feb 1990
ROUDEBAUGH, Wayne F   (WW II) 7 Jul 1919 2 Oct 1990
SCOTT, Ray L 14 Jul 1906 29 Jul 1990
SNIDER, John David 9 Sep 1988 9 Sep 1988
SODERGREN, C June (VAUGHN) 19 Jun 1918 3 Oct 1995

SPIES, Serena Katrina 'Kate' (KNUDSEN)

4 Apr 1889 24 Feb 1984
THINNES, Neva A (SHELDON) 29 Dec 1905 8 Sep 1995
THINNES, Nicholas John 7 Oct 1903 6 Jun 1989
THINES, Norma (DEBBAN) 9 Nov 1925 18 Mar 1992
THOMSON, Mable (SCOTT) 22 Dec1902 28 Jul 1994
VAUGHAN, John Burns 5 May 1916 12 Dec 1985
VAUGHAN, Timothy Carl 9 Nov 1951 7 Dec 1990
WOODWARD, Alvin Lee 27 Nov 1933 17 Dec 1995
WOODWARD, Glenn A 8 Oct 1907 26 Sep 1988

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DUST TO DUST Ghost Towns of Eastern NE by Lowell Greunke

OTOE COUNTY (Continued from Vol 19 #1)

WYOMING--Wyoming was laid out in 1855 and had grown so fast that by 1856 a weekly newspaper was begun. During the early years of its existence, the citizens imagined Wyoming was to be the leading town of the upper Missouri. Before the completion of the Union Pacific Railroad, the Mormon emigrants bound for Salt Lake were brought from St. Louis by boat, and Wyoming was the point of debarkation and where their land carriage commenced. Two large houses were erected for the accomodation of the new converts. One house, a two story and basement stone edifice, was still standing in 1882. About three thousand Mormons wintered in the town. It was named for Wyoming, Pa. by the founders, that being their home base. After the Mormon exodus, Wyoming, or Dresden as it was later called, had a post office, two small stores, and two or three scores of people. By 1882 the village then known as Wyoming was merely a post oil ice two miles from the old site.

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NEBRASKA ANCESTREE FALL VOLUME 19 NO 2
Page 50

Submitted by Clarice J. Andersen, 555 South 16 St., Blair, NE From booket

FORT CALHOUN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
75TH ANNIVERSARY, MAY 6, 1979
Serving God and the Community, 1904 - 1979

Originally, the Church was Congregational. The record reports,"A Union Sunday School was organized in Fort Calhoun through the influence of Mr. WAINWRIGHT in Blair. A Congregational Society was organized and a small church built. Mr. BROSS interested some eastern society in this organization, and they donated a silver communion set to the church." On Sunday evening, May 8, 1904, a meeting was held at the Fort Calhoun church. Reverend BRADEN, moderator, reported the action of the Omaha Presbytery as favorable to the following petition:

"To whom it may concern: We, the undersigned, do hereby individually and without prejudice, petition the official board of the Omaha Presbytery to accept our petitioners into your church by letter or otherwise, and to establish a Presbyterian organization at this place. To this end, we severally pledge our loyalty and support. Signed,

Mary SAMMONS

Magdalene SCHWAGER
Frances WOODS Mary BARRINGER Mrs. O. E. BAUMAN
Mary NICKETS B. F. SAMMONS Mrs. H. W. ROBERTS
Mary STEYER Will STEYER Mrs. J. M. CURTIS
Lena MORTENSEN John TRIMMER Martha MORTENSEN
Olga MORTENSEN Grace PETTINGILL Mrs. G. W. GRAPPER
N. J. BROOKS Mrs. J. M. TRISTLER Narcissa COUCHMNA
George SALTZMAN Gretchen SCHWAGER Mrs. A. M. TRIMMER
Jessie COOLEY August SCHWAGER W. H. WOODS

The name that was given was the Fort Calhoun Presbyterian Church.

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DUST TO DUST-Ghost Towns of Eastern Nebraska by Lowell Greunke
Continued from Vol 19 #1

JEFFERSON COUNTY

MERIDIAN--Meridian was another town ruined by the failure to secure a railroad. It was a flourishing village with about 150 inhabitants in 1872 when the St. Joe & Western Railway passed about two miles north of it. The town was begun in 1865 by George WEISEL who built a saw mill, to which was soon added a grist mill. It was the first town in the county to be surveyed and platted. It was named for the sixth meridian, on which it was located. At the time it was bypassed by the railroad it had the largest, busiest hotel in the county. The post office was discontinued in November 1883. Meridian was made the county seat on the formation of Jefferson county. The seat was changed to Fairbury in 1871.

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NEBRASKA ANCESTREE FALL VOLUME 19 NO 2
Page 51

EDITOR'S NOTE: While checking through a booklet of abandoned cemeteries in Seward County to determine if they had been printed in the NEBRASKA ANCESTREE, I found this lineage chart among the pages. Perhaps it will open a door for someone's research. I also found that the abandoned cemeteries have been printed in Vol 1 #4 and continued in Vol 6 #1 and #2. The update to the original listings was submitted by Alta Krasser in Aug of 1978.

KRASSER LINEAGE

Compiled By: Alta Buckingham KRASSER, Beaver Crossing, NE

  MARRIED
1. KRASSER, John M.

b 2 Feb 1818 Germany

b

d 9 Feb 1884 SewardCoNE

d

Bur 1884 Seward Co NE

Bur

Leland Cemetery

 
2. KRASSER, John BENDER, Florence T

b 5 May 1845 Germany

b 12 Jun 1854 Brookfield, Wis

d 14 May 1908 Seward Co NE

d 16 Jan 1912 Omaha, NE

Bur 1908 Seward Co

Bur 1912 Seward Co

Leland Cemetery, M Twp.

Leland Cemetery, M Twp.
3. KRASSER, John Frederich ZIEGLER, Mary Lenora (Mamie)

b 22 Feb 1876 Milwaukee, Wis

b 28 Feb 1881 Seward Co NE

d 1 Oct 1948 Lincoln, NE

d 28 Feb 1939 Beaver Crossing, NE

Bur 1948 Seward Co

Bur 1939 Seward Co

Leland Cemetery, M Twp.

Leland Cemetery, M Twp
4. KRASSER, Elmer Legrand BUCKINGHAM, Alta Evelyn

b 26 Apr 1908 Seward Ce, NE

b 28 Apr 1912 Seward Co, NE

d

d

Bur

Bur
5. KRASSER, Dennis Dale SMITH, Patricia Ann

b 28 Sep 1943 Sioux City, IA

b 18 Aug 1946 Gandy, NE

d

d

Bur

Bur
6. KRASSER, Nancy Jolene JURGENSEN, David John

b 1 Aug 1950 Lincoln, NE

b 26 Oct 1948 Seward Co NE

d

d

Bur

Bur
7. KRASSER, Shaun Elicabeth

b 23 Dec 1970 Omaha, NE

 

d

 

Bur

 
8. KASSER (sic), Troy Wayne  

b 3 Sep 1973 Omaha, NE

 

d

 

Bur

 


NEBRASKA ANCESTREE FALL VOLUME 19 NO 2
Page 52

Abstracted from the Fairbury Journal, Fairbury, NE
By Brenda Busing, Fairbury, NE.

Many on Honor Roll of Elderly Persons In County
Thursday, January 14, 1937

In April of 1919 the Journal published a list of residents of Fairbury and vicinity who had reached the age of 75 years or over. The list at that time reached 105. On Sept. 18, 1930 another list was published and over 200 people were found of the age of 75 or over. At that time C.C. Caltaway headed the list his age being 95 years. Mr. Callaway passed away in February 1932, being over 97 years of age at the time of his death.

The present list shows 12 people in the county past 90 years of age. Sion Harriss who became 90 on the second day of January 1937, being the last to get on the list. This list contains the names of 41 persons 85 to 89 years old; 81 80 to 84, and 112 from 75 to 79, a total 75 or above of 246.

Fred Diethelm, who was shown to be next to the oldest person here six years ago, now heads the list, at the age of 96 years. We have included in the following list the date of birth, the year and the age attained up to Dec. 31, 1936. We have secured our information from the parties themselves, near relatives and some from records and have endeavored to have the list correct. We realize it is far from complete but plan on publishing another list about the first of March and would appreciate anyone who have reached the age of 75 or over giving us their names.

ACHTEMEIER, Henry Harbine July 4, 1860 76 COX, Henry O. Steele City Oct 2, 1859 77
ADEE, Henry H. Steele City Feb. 2, 1859 77 COX, I.N. Fairbury May 15, 1855 01
ADEN, Mrs. Minnie Falrbury Nov. 20, 1850 86 CRAWFORD. T.F. Endicott May 13, 1858 78
ALLEN. Mrs. Julia Fairbury July 4, 1858 78 CUMMINGS, J.A. Daykin Feb. 15. 1853 83
AMOS. James Fairbury Nov. 14, 1850 86 CUSTER, P.V. Fairbury Dec. 7, 1861 75
ANDERSON, R.C. Fairbury May 16, 1853 83 CUTBIRTH, John Fairbury Mar. 25, 1856 90
ANDREWS. Dr. T.J. Fairbury Apr. 21, 1851 85        
ARNELL, T.R. Fairbury Feb. 3, 1855 80 DAILEY, Mrs. Catherine Fairbury June 29, 1860 76
        DAVIS. J. Monroe Fairbury July 1, 1852 84
BABCOCK, Josephine Falrbury Dec. 3, 1859 77 DAVIS. Mrs. A.B. Fairbury Sept 27, 1856 80
BAKER, Mrs. Mary B. Falrbury Dec. 30, 1850 86 DAVIS, Mrs. Irene Fairbury Sept. 13,1858 78
BALDWIN, Stephen B. Fairbury Dec. 15, 1859 77 DAVIS, Mrs. J. Monroe Fairbury Nov. 5, 1853 83
BALES, Clay Fairbury Nov. 9, 1860 76 DEFFER August Fairbury Aug. 6. 1845 91
BARNES, Mrs. Louise M. Fairbury May 30, 1853 83 DEGENHARDT, Max Fairbury May 15, 1854 82
BARNHARD, E.T. Endicolt Aug. 11, 1854 82 DEIKMANN, Harm Diller Aug. 18, 1856 80
BARNHARD. Lucy A. Endicott May 1, 1859 77 DELANO, Henry Fairbury April 4, 1855 81
BECKER, John A. Fairbury Jan. 25, 1848 88 DICK, Dan Fairbury Oct 24, 1849 87
BEE, E.R. Fairbury Sept. 3, 1854 82 DIETHELM, Fred Fairbury Sept. 27, 1840 96
BETTIN, John Sr. Jansen March 29, 1858 78 DREWES, Henry Sr. Plymouth Oct 21, 1861 75
BITZER, Henry Fairbury Sept. 26, 1858 78 DRUMMET, Chas. Reynolds Nov. 25, 1858 78
BOND, J.R. Fairbury March 6, 1859 77 DUNN, Leah Fairbury July 23, 1852 84
BRACKE, Chas. Fairbury Oct. 6, 1854 82        
BROWN, Mrs. M.M. Fairbury Nov. 27, 1845 91 EDGINGTON, Richard H. Steele City April 24, 1857 79
BUGBEE, D.A. Pairbury Dec.19, 1860 76 EDINGION, George Steele City June 12, 1848 88
BUNDY, D.W. Fairbury Jan. 11, 1859 77 EHMANS, Mrs. Mary Fairbury April 4, 1856 80
BUNDY, Mrs. D.W. Fairbury Nov. 12, 1861 75 ELLSWORTH, Mrs. Josephin Fairbury

Sept. 27, 1954

82
        EVANS, Mrs. Mary E. Fairbury June 23, 1859 77
CAMPBELL, Edwin P. Fairbury May 26, 1860 76        
CARNAHAN, G.V. Fairbury Feb. 13, 1860 76 FESLER, Frank Fairbury Dec. 22, 1854 82
CARRICO, P.A. Steele City May 17, 1861 75 FETZER. Mrs. Frank Fairbury July 14, 1861 75
CASHMAN, George Falrbury Jan. 1, 1851 85 FISHER, George Diller May 29, 1851 85
CERVENY, Jos. Reynolds Mar. 19, 1846 90 FLATUNG, Mrs. Barbara Fairbury Dec. 22, 1854 82
CHAMBERS, James Fairbury April 16, 1855 81 FREE, Henry Gladstone Nov. 9, 1856 80
CHANCELLOR, Mrs. Sophia Fairbury June 20,1845 91 FREITAG, Mrs. Wm. Harbine

March 21, 1858

78
CLARK, George E. Fairbury Sept. 9, 1858 78 FREITAG, William Harbine Aug. 25, 1858 79
CLARK, Mrs. George O. Fairbury Sept. 2, 1853 83 FRENCH, Lottie Fairbury Aug 11, 1861 75
CLARY, George B. Endicott Oct. 26, 1860 76 FULLERTON, Sarah F. Daykin Aug. 9, 1858 78
COOK, Mrs. Lucinda Fairbury Nov. 1, 1851 85        


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GAFFNEY, John Powell Nov. 21, 1858 78 KAISER, Mrs. Minnie Daykin Nov. 21, 1856

80

GARVER, Mrs. A.R. Falrbury Oct. 30, 1853 83 KAPKE, Theo Gladstone Oct. 5, 1849

87

GERMER, Chas. Plymouth July 20, 1961 75 KAUTZMAN J.H. Falrbury April 23, 1857

19

GERMER, Mrs. Chas. Plymouth Feb. 3, 1858 78 KELLEY John Endicott Nov. 5, 1851

85

GIBSON, John Fairbury July 1, 1859 77 KENNEDY. Margaret E. Reynolds March 29, 1854

82

GIBSON, Mrs. John Fairbulry Sept. 1, 1860 76 KING. Mrs. M. E. Fairbufy

Sept. 22, 1845

91
GILLEN, Jessie A. Thompson Sept. 20, 1855 81 KINSEY, John A. Fairbury

Feb. 28, 1861

75
GOLDSMITH, Mrs. Mary J. Fairbury Aug. 29, 1861 75 KIRSCH, Wilhelm Thompso n

May 5. 1858

78
GOODYEAR, E.H. Falrbury Feb. 14, 1856 80 KOCH, J.M. Fairbury

Dec. 15, 1853

83
GOTTSCHALG, Emil Plymouth Jan. 10, 1850 86 KOCH. Mrs. J.M. Fairbury

Oct. 12, 1859

77
GOTTSCHALG, Mrs. Emil Plymouth March 3 1859 77 KOOP, K.B. Jansen

Sept 18, 1861

75
GREBE, Justus Jansen Dec. 19, 1854 82 KOOP. Martin B. Jansen

Feb. 18, 1858

78
GREEN, Mrs. Elizabeth Fairbury Feb. 26, 1854 82 KOOP, Mrs. Anna Jansen

Nov. 8, 1858

78
GREGORY, James Reynolds April 4, 1846 90 KUGEL Gustav Daykin

July 29, 1856

80
GRISSOM, J.H. Fairbury March 3, 1855 81        
GUTHRIE, Mrs. Dora Fairbury Feb.15, 1860 76 LAMB, John L. Diller

June 24, 1859

77
        LAMBERT, Cyrus W. Endicott

Dec. 31, 1852

84
HADDEN, Mrs. L. Fairbury Aug. 12, 1855 81 LANDIS, Martin Fairbury

May 8, 1861

75
HANDLEY, Noah J. Endicott Aug. 18, 1860 76 LARDNER, Mrs. Mary Fairbury

Dec. 14, 1847

89
HARPER, J.A. Fairbury Dec. 7, 1855 81 LEACH, Mrs. Mary E. Fairbury

Sept. 25, 1856

80
HARPER. Mrs. Lydia Falrbury Sept. 30, 1860 76 LENAHAN, Thos, Fairbury

Nov. 1, 1860

76
HARRISS, Mrs. Sion Falrbury Dec. 2, 1860 76 LENGER, Mrs. Henry Fairbury

Sept. 10, 1841

95
HARRISS, Slon Fairbury Jan. 2, 1847 90 LIVINGSTON, Mrs. O.W. Fairbury

Dec. 31, 1861

75
HARTFORD, G.W. Faibury Feb. 17, 1856   LONG, Mrs. Zepher Fairbury

Feb. 5, 1861

75
HARTSOOK, John Fairbury Oct 25, 1858 78 LOWE, Lucas Fairbury

Feb. 5, 1855

81
HATFIELD, Mrs. Josle Fairbury Feb 25, 1855 81 LUTTMAN, Henry Thompson

Jan. 29, 1852

84
HAUVER, Mattie Diller April 4, 1855 81 LUTTMAN, Minnie Thompson

March 18, 1857

79
HELLMAN, B.H. Fairbury Nov. 23, 1859 77        
HIATT, Minerva Reynolds Feb. 24, 1853 83 MANN, Rebecca Fairbury

Aug. 3, 1853

83
HILL, Andrew J. Diller April 24, 1854 82 MATHY, Thos. Fairbury

Nov. 19, 1859

77
HILL, M.W. Fairbury June 26, 1860 76 MAYBORN, A. DilIer

Aug. 21, 1851

85
HINER, Albert Fairbury April 12, 1857 79 MAYBORN, Mrs. A. DilIer

Dec. 8, 1851

85
HOCKETT, Chas. Fairbury April 15, 1855 81 McCANLESS, Elizabeth Endicott

Aug. 27,1857

79
HOCKETT, Mrs. Chas. Fairbury April 9, 1857 79 McCLAY, Mrs. E.B. Fairbury

Nov. 18, 1856

80
HOUSER Joseph Daykin Dec. 20, 1859 77 McCLURE, Mrs. M.A. Fairbury

Mar. 28, 1849

87
HOWELL, J.W. Falrbury April 19, 1856 80 McFARLAND, John Fairbury

Sept. 24, 1855

81
HUGHES, James Falrbury Dec. 16, 1854 82 McINTYRE, Nellie M. Fairbury

Jan. 7, 1859

77
HUGHES, Mrs. S.M. Diller July 12, 1852 84 McKinley, Jane Fairbury

Jan. 28, 1854

82
HUMAN, Henry Falrbury Dec. 15, 1853 83 McKINZIE, James A. Fairbury

Feb. 2, 1858

78
HUMAN, Mrs. Henry Fairbury Aug. 3, 1859 77 McQUEEN, Mrs. Ellen Fairbury

Dec. 19, 1857

79
HUNGERFORD, Mrs. Bertha Fairbury Aug. 2, 1857 79 MEAD, Albert Fairbury

April 28, 1851

85
HUNNICUTT, Israel Steele City Sept 6, 1845 91 MEES, Anna M. Diller

Aug. 31, 1858

78
        MEESKE, Mrs. Fredrika Daykin

Nov. 1, 1850

86
JACKSON, Warren C. Fairbury July 19, 1850 86 MELVIN, C.B. Fairbury

Dec. 26, 1859

77
JACOBS, Wm. Fairbury Aug. 23, 1857 79 MELVIN, Warren Fairbury

Oct. 29, 1848

88
JOHNSON, B.N. Fairbury April 5,1856 80 MICKEY, Mrs. J.H. Fairbury

Nov. 17, 1861

75
JOHNSON, Mrs. B.N. Fairbury Oct. 24, 1857 79 MILLER, David Endicott

Oct 28, 1861

75
JONES. Lydia L. Diller Feb. 18, 1861 75 MONROE, John A. Thompson

Jan. 7, 1852

84
JONES, Wm. M. Diller Dec. 3, 1860 76 MOOREHEAD, Mrs. Jennie Fairbury

May 8, 1857

79
JURGENA, John Fairbury Dec. 31, 1860 76 MORRELL, Albena Fairbury

Sept. 11, 1856

80
        MORTON, J.C. Plymouth

Jan. 8, 1855

81
        MURRAY, Thomas Steele City

Aug. 22, 1849

87
        MYERS, Sarah A. Fairbury May 7, 1861

75



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NEVILLE, J.D. Fairbury Jan. 13, 1861 75 TACKLEY, K.G. Fairbury June 15, 1860 76
NOVOTNY, Joe Diller Nov. 5, 1861 75 TIMMERMAN, Mrs. Anna Fairbury July 2l, 1849 87
NUTSCH, Mrs. Barbara Fairbury Jan. 1, 1854 82 TURNER, J.B. Fairbury Sept 9, 1856 80
NUTTER, Thomas J. Endicott Feb. 15, 1859 77      
        VaNESS, Mrs. Ella Powell July 23, 1853 83
OAKS, Mrs. Juretta Diller Oct. 22, 1861 75 VANIER, O. Fairbury Nov. 24, 1861 75
OAKS, Richard Lewis Diller April 14, 1857 79 VIETH, Mrs. Mary Fairbury Dec.14, 1852 84
OWEN, Mrs. Sarah Fairbury Mach 4,1860 76 VINEOP, Mrs. Henry Daykin March 28, 1852 84
PHELPS. Mrs. Allen T. Steele City May 1852 84 WADE, Nora S. Fairbury Feb. 3, 1861 75
POPP, Robert Plymouth Nov. 13, 1855 81 WARNKE, Fred Fairbury Oct 15, 1851 85
POWELL, Mrs. Sarah Powell Jan. 16, 1854 82 WARTHEN, Sarah L. DilIer Nov. 14, 1854 82
        WATTS, Julia Fairbury Oct. 16, 1861 75
RASMUSSEN, Alpha Jansen July 5,1855 81 WEBER, J.W. Fairbury July 4, 1853 83
RAYMOND, Mrs. L.P. Diller Sept. 14, 1851 85 WEBER, Mrs. Martha E. Fairbury March 22, 1860 76
REITER, Mrs. Katherine Fairbury March 14,1861 75 WEEKS, Mrs. M.H. Fairbury July 8, 1850 86
RHODA, Susan Fairbury Aug. 12, 1852 84 WELLS, Thos. H. Endicott Sept. 2, 1859 77
RICKY, John E. Fairbury Oct 23, 1850 86 WENDLAND, Ernest G. Plymouth Nov. 5, 1848 88
ROELFS. EBE OilIer Sept. 17, 1861 75 WEST, Mrs. Elizabeth Fairbury April 13,1849 87
ROHRBAUGH, Dan JanSen March 16. 1857 9 WHITTAKER, George W. Reynolds July 23, 1848 88
ROLAND, Chas. Fairbury April 28, 1858 78 WHITTAKER, Mary E. Reynolds Aug. 30, 1859 77
ROODE, Mrs. Almeda Fairbury Oct. 6, 1849 87 WHITTAKER, Mrs. MJ. Daykin Oct. 11, 1851 85
ROSENQUIST, Mrs. H. Fairbury Aug. 24, 1859 77 WILLIAMS, Wm. H Reynolds Feb. 16, 1859 77
ROULSTEN, Wm. Fairbury Oct. 5, 1855 81 WOLF, L.C. Steele City Nov. 29, 1857 79
RUSHER, Mrs. Mary Fairbury Sept. 25, 1844 92 WOOD, D.J. Fairbury June 15, 1854 82
RYBOLT, Mrs. Mary M. Fairbury March 1, 1858 78 WOOKEY, Mrs. S.J. Fairbury Jan. 29, 1858 78
        WORKMAN, Mary B. Daykin March 11, 1860 76
SAUNDERS, Mrs. Alice G. Endicott Oct. 13, 1847 89      
SAWATZKY, Helen Fairbury July 7, 1858 78 YEAKLE, I.H. Fairbury Dec. 24, 1852 84
SAYLOR, Isaac F. Diller July 10, 1850 86      
SAYLOR, Mrs. Isaac F. Diller Aug. 23, 1855 81 ZABLE, Mrs. Wm. Fairbury Jan. 30, 1853 83
SCHWARTZ, Carl Jansen Dec. 10, 1845 91 ZIMMERMAN, Coonrad (sic) Jansen Nov. 14, 1857 79
SHEA, P.H. Fairbury March 10, 1855 81
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SIMPSON, Andrew J. Reynolds March 16, 1861 75
SLACK, G,C. Fairbury July 5, 1850 86
SLACK, Mrs. G.C. Fairbury Aug. 25, 1851 85
SOLLENBERGER, Mrs. S. Fairbury April 11, 1856 80
SOLLENBERGER, S. Fairbury Dec. 12, 1850 86
SONNENBERG, W.E. Harbine May 25, 1849 87
SPARKS, Mrs. Carrie Diller March 23, 1859 77
STAHL, Mrs. Mary K. Diller Nov. 5, 1855 81
STAINBROOK, Julia Daykin Aug. 29, 1852 84
STALEY, Mrs. George Fairbury Sept. 10, 1850 86
STARR, Louisa Gladstone March 31, 1861 75
STEFFEN, F.W. DilIer April 28, 1849 87
STEGERMAN, Mrs. Marie Fairbury Feb. 23, 1856 80
STINSON, W.M. Fairbury July 14,1855 81
STOITENBERG, Peter Fairbury May 3, 1854 82
STRAWHACKER, Mrs. AM. Fairbury Oct. 17, 1861 75
STROCK, H.W. Daykin Oct. 3, 1859 77
STROCKEY, Mary Diller Sept. 14, 1851 85
STURM, Octavia Fairbury March 5, 1861 75


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