Riley County Queries: 1998-1999

This page contains a list of archived Riley County queries submitted 1998-1999.

shadow@accnorwalk.com
Need to find Ernest Young, Florence and son William (Bill). Lived in Augusta, KS in 1936. Lost contact after 1936. Please help me find some contact.

 
gbeltran@world.net.att.net
I am looking for the son of John W. McGarvey and Martha Frank or Frankie. Born in Fort Riley,Ks. sometime between 2-3-1922 to 2-24-25. during his service with the U.S. Army. Thanks for any help.

 
juanita@sierratel.com
Does anyone know anything about Archibald Cornelius Lamb who was on the 1900 Riley Co census with wife Luisa? Believe he was previously married to an ElizabethBelle ( ) and they had children Grace, Bessie, Floyd and David. Think his father was also named David.

 
jbakertri@prodigy.net
My great grandmother, Mary Della (Hull) Wilcox moved to Riley Cnty about 1865 from Jackson Cnty, IA. She lived there with her brothers (Sam, Jeheil, Ben) until she married Luther Wilcox in Manhattan, KS on Mar 15, 1879. His father, Ira Louis Wilcox, lost a wife, Mary Andrews Wilcox, in 1873 in Riley, KS. He also remarried there to Jane Hare in abt 1875. The entire family moved to Phillips Cnty, KS about 1880. I don't have much for the Hulls about have a lot about the Wilcox. Would like to hear from you.

 
jniblo@swbell.net
Am looking for information on Ida Murphy, Maiden name Ida Brundige. Born in Manhattan(Riley Co.) Kansas late 1800's. She also died there but do not know when. She had a son, Clarence Murphy. If anyone has any information would love to hear from you.

 
icantalk@msn.com
I am researching the family of my gggrandfather who was George Washington Eubank. He migrated to Riley County in 1854 and settled near the Wildcat Creek, west of Manhattan. His wife's name was Miriah, and they had three children, Mary Jane, John and George Washington II. Any information on my family would be appreciated.

 
lester@par1.net
Am looking for the families of Tyler and Elizabeth CROSSLEY CUMMINS/CUMMINGS. Tyler settled on Davis Co, Ks before 1860, but belive that some of his family came to Riley Co.. Their children were: Joseph, Jacob, Mary, Sarah E, Hulda, Oluee, and Jonathan. Would like to correspond with anyone on these lines. Where were Tyler and Elizabeth buried?

 
lester@par1.net
I am looking for anyone connected to the family of Reuben and Julia M. CUMMINS SANDERS. Rueben came from Lake Co., Ind. and Julia was born in Geary Co., Ks to Joseph and Matilda COOPER CUMMINS. They all lived in and around Ogden, Ks. My grandma was their daughter Edith Jerusha SAANDERS.

 
padams@msn.com
I am searching for information on the people listed below. Relatives in Sweden are attempting to find out if they have any living relatives in the USA that they can make contact with. Their ancestors emigrated to the USA, with a destination of Kansas. Whether they actually went to their original destination or if they stayed there after arrival is not known. Any help you can provide will be sincerely appreciated. These people were from the area of Dalarna, Sweden; the parish of Svardsjo (spelling??). My US mail address is 828 N. 70 St., Kansas City, KS 66112. Home phone: (913) 299-0503.

Name; Birth Date; Emigration (Destination and Date of Emigration)
Aberg, Anders Johan; 20 Aug 1863; Salina 1876
Aberg, Daniel (Oberg); 20 Apr 1852; Salina, 1875
Aberg, Johan Fredrik; 4 Jun 1834; Salina 1876
Aberg, Stina Johanna; 22 Jun 1831; Salina 1871
Andersdotter, Anna; 13 Apr 1823; Salina 1876
Andersdotter, Anna; 27 Jul 1842; Salina 1876
Andersdotter, Anna Brita; 26 Mar 1844; Kansas City 1869
Andersdotter, Brita; 22 Jun 1856; Salina 1881
Andersdotter, Lisa; 22 Nov 1841; Salina 1878
Andersson, Daniel; 19 Jun 1853; Salina 1880
Andersson, Lars Erik; 9 Sept 1853; Salina 1878
Asplund, Erika; 7 Sept 1873; Lindsborg 1890
Hagstrom, Anna Catar; 27 Jul 1828; Salina 1878
Hedin, Erik; 21 Aug 1852; Salina 1878
Hedlund, Anders Gunnar; 5 Jul 1903; Kansas City 1923
Jansdotter, Johanna; 14 Aug 1853; Salina 1878
Jansson, Daniel; 10 Jan 1838; Salina 1876
Jansson, Gustaf Axel; 10 Jul 1881; Marquette 1904
Jonsdotter, Brita; 7 Jan 1848; Salina 1878
Linden, Johan; 5 Oct 1833; Salina 1871
Lundberg, Johan; 18 Nov 1834; Salina 1878
Lundgren, Eric; 23 Apr 1841; Falun 1881
Lundin, Anders; 11 Aug 1848; Salina 1880
Lundin, Marta; 22 Dec 1852; Salina 1880
Mattsdotter, Maria; 20 Jun 1871; Kansas City 1897
Nilsson, Anna Maria; 10 Jun 1868; Marquette 1895
Palm, Jan; 11 Dec 1849; Salina 1875
Persson, Per Johan; 25 Mar 1843; Kansas City 1869
Samuelsson, Anders; 6 Aug 1848; Salina 1873
Samuelsson, J. Anders; 15 Sept 1818; Salina 1876
Samuelsson, Nils August; 10 Mar 1854; Salina 1878
Samuelsson, Samuel; 8 Mar 1845; Salina 1878
Soderstrom, Marg. Elis.; 17 Jul 1845; Lindsborg 1869
Sundgren, Carl Gustav; 6 Jan 1846; Lindsborg 1869
Wiklund, Malena; 11 May 1854; Salina 1878

 
quest@telepath.com
I am looking for information about my
grandfather( Harold Allison) He was married to my grandmother for a short time (Violite Lorene Kelly) .We think they were married in 1935???? My Dad was born in May 1 of 1936 (Melvin Donald Allison).
Please help. susan

 
icantalk@msn.com
My gggrandmother died in Riley County,KS,in Jan.of 1895. At the time of her death, her married name was Mariah Whitacre. Prior to this marriage, she had been married to my gggrandfather, George Washington Eubanks, who was killed in 1864. She married William Whitacre on 25 May 1870. I am attempting to locate any of Mariah Allen Eubanks Whitacre's decendants. Any assistance would be appreciated.

 
Max1870@aol.com
Researching the Dr. William N. Coleman family. Dr. Coleman married Martha Johnson from Louisiana. They had 6 children William N. , Clyde, Charles, Mary, Madeline and Rosetta. Have reason to believe the family was living in Riley County, in Manhattan, Kansas around 1898 the year Madeline Coleman was born. Madeline Coleman attended school in Manhattan Kansas.

 
rojored@aol.com
Looking for information on Clarence OWEN, b. May 19, 1895, Ogden, Riley County,KS. He was the son of Martin OWEN and Mary S.BROWN.Martin b. 1871 Iowa, Mary b. 1873 Illinois. I believe that Mary remarried to a BUNNING and lived in Kansas.

 
trumblek@hotmail.com
I am looking for the names of parents of Mary Ellen (Butler) Trumble. She was married to WW Trumble and spent part of her life in Riley County. Her obituary below contains pertinent information:

Mrs. Mary Ellen Trumble, wife of W.W. Trumble, was born at LaPorte, Indiana, January 13, 1847, died at the City hospital at Junction City, Kansas, January 28, 1915, at the age of 68 years and 15 days. Mary Ellen Butler was united in marriage to W.W. Trumble March 23rd, 186l, at Geneva, Wisconsin, and moved to Nebraska the same year. In 1876, they moved to Marysville, Kansas and since that time have lived in Kansas.

To this union were born eleven children--4 boys and 7 girls, 3 boys have preceded her to the great beyond. She leaves to mourn her loss her husband, W.W. Trumble, of Greenleaf, and eight children--Mrs. David Rhineboalt, Mrs. W.H. Stanford, Mrs. John Park and C. Gustave Trumble, of Greenleaf, Mrs. Ellen Graves of Junction City, Kansas, Mrs. Geo. Park of Solomon, Kansas, Mrs Minnie Cook of Beatrice, Nebraska and Mrs. Agnes Dumont of Brownsville, Texas, and two brothers and one sister, thirty-one grandchildren and a host of friends and neighbors to mourn her loss.

Thanks in advance for any help.

 
trumblek@hotmail.com
I am looking for the parents of William Warren Trumble who lived in Riley county part of his life. The attached obituary contains pertinent information.

William Warren Trumble was born in Orangeville, New York, November 11, 1839, and died at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, November 6, 1919, lacking but five days of being eighty years of age. He spent his boyhood days in New York state, but came west when Kansas was young and home steaded near Marysville. He spent the most of his life in this state, leaving here about four years ago to make his home with his daughter, Mrs. Agnes Gilbert of Stillwater, Oklahoma. In 1860 he was united in marriage with Miss Ellen Butler. To them were born eleven children eight of whom survive him, viz: Mrs. Lizzie Ryhnbolt, Mrs. Lee Stanford, Mrs. John Parks and C.G. Trumble of Greenleaf, Kansas; Mrs. Agnes Gilbert of Stillwater, Oklahoma, Mrs. Geo. Park of Solomon Kansas, Mrs. Minnie Cook of Beatrice, Nebraska, and Mrs. Ellen Graves of Fort Sill, Oklahoma. There are also thirty-two grand children and thirteen great grand children. There are two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Chas. Barthow of Marysville, Mrs. John Prettyman and Quince Trumble of Tacoma, Washington. The good wife and mother passed away nearly five years ago. His long life closed without a struggle. He went out like a sleep. He told his children that he had made peace with God and was anxious to go. He had been very lonely since the departure of the companion with whom he had lived for nearly fifty years and who had for several years been a cripple. There will be a uniting now. Here in an inn a stranger dwelt, here joy and grief by turns he felt; poor dwelling, now we close the door, the task is oÕer, the sojourned returns no more. The funeral services were held on Monday, November 10, 1919, at the Methodist Espiscopal church conducted by Rev. C. Cray Jones. Burial was made at Mt. James cemetery. The family has the sympathy of the community.

 
Lafferwbii@aol.com
Seeking any information about the following Laffers: John Laffer and wife Amanda; Isaac and wife Ann and 5 children.

Both of these names appear in the 1880 census of Riley County, KS. Adults all born in Ohio. Who were their parents? Where in Ohio did they come from? Where did their children go?

 
desper@netins.net
SODER, NELS - Lived in Pottawatomie Co. during 1885 Census with wife Johanna and two sons, Andrew and Frank. Johanna died in 1887 and Frank in 1897. Andrew married in 1888 and eventually move to IA. Trying to find what happened to the father NELS. No death record for him in Pott. Co. Could he maybe have moved into Riley Co? Any help would be appreciated.

 
fzedney@juno.com
Searching for family of Henry R. WEBER (1854-1934)and wife Elizabeth Louise GERDING (1858-?). Farmed near Riley from 1901. Had sons John and Henry Jr. and daughter Emma.

 
Mth5755499@aol.com
I am searching for A Charles Marion Carley, Born 1919 , Riley County in Manhattan Kansas. In the Army stationed at Fort Riley in Manhattan Kansas in the late 1930's on.

I am also trying to locate Charles Edward Carley, Janice Marie Carley and Bobby Carley

 
pat@ksu.edu
Am looking for others doing research on the Brees/Dugan families of Riley Co KS. Watson Clark Brees M.Sarah Ann Dugan dau.of Sutton Fowler Dugan and Mary Ann Walker Dugan.

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