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1895 Kansas State Census – South Haven Township (Part 2)

1895 Kansas State Census – South Haven Township (Part 2) SOUTH HAVEN (Part 2) Dwelling/Household # Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birth State Prev State Occupation Add’l Comments 001/001 Nutt Saml. 54 m w VT IA Shoe Making Served Co. H 13th MA Inf.     M. Etta 54 f w MA IA Milliner       Vincent S. 22 m w NY IA Engineer       V.J. 14 m w KS KS Attends School     Foy Arch 37 m w OH IL Underwriter   001/001 Vanfossen Herold 77 m w OH OH Coal Merchant     …

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1895 Kansas State Census – South Haven Township (Part 1)

1895 Kansas State Census – South Haven Township (Part 1) SOUTH HAVEN (PART 1) Dwelling/Household # Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birth State Prev State Occupation Add’l Comments 001/001 Miller W.W. 58 m w IN IN Merchant       T.K. 34 m w IN IN         S.E. 27 f w IN IN         Chas. E. 26 m w IN IN Merchant       Lucerna 11 f w IN IN Attends School       (Baby) 5m m w KS KS     001/001 Galyon J.J. 36 m w TN TX Merchant …

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1875 Kansas State Census – South Haven Township

1875 Kansas State Census – South Haven Township Township Page # Dwelling # Family# Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Occupation Real Estate Value Personal property value Birthplace Previous Residence South Haven 1 1 1 Jennings W. P. 30 M W Farmer 400 247 IA IA South Haven 1 1 1 Jennings S. C. 27 F W       VA IA South Haven 1 1 1 Jennings J. D. 2 M W       KS   South Haven 1 2 2 Hawks P. L. 26 M W Farmer   431 MO MO South Haven 1 2 2 Hawks …

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Daniel James McCabe Ramsey Family

Daniel James McCabe Ramsey came from Rockcastle County, Kentucky with cousins and a wagon train of family to Greene County, Missouri. He and his brother were orphaned by the deaths of his parents about 1861-1865. He worked as a farmhand for Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Jasper Watts who lived near Rogersville, Missouri. There he met the sister of Mrs. Watts, Mary Jane Hedgpeth. They were married in 1871 in Greene County, Missouri. They stayed in the area and lived most of the time in Christian County which is just south of Greene County. There they had six children, two of …

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Obituary of Velma Lewis Ames Neal

Velma Neal Dies, Services Wednesday Services for Mrs. William (Velma Ruby Ames) Neal, 76, of 103 South Osage, Caldwell, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, in the First United Methodist Church, Caldwell. Mrs. Neal died at 3 a.m. Monday, April 5, in the District Hospital following an extended illness. Schaeffer – Reager Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Neal was born Jan. 11, 1906, in Kansas City, the daughter of Donald Lewis and Harriet Nancy Lewis. Her first husband Max D. Ames preceded her in death. Mrs. Neal was a member of the First United Methodist …

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