jrbakerjr  Genealogy   
 
  
My Foster Family
 
The following Family History information is the results of my own research.
Some information is documented and some is not.
As with any information on line, you should verify it yourself before accepting it as fact.
 
 

Descendants of Thomas Forster

  

Generation No. 1

 

1. THOMAS1 FORSTER was born 1570 in Gisbourne, Yorkshire, England. He married ELIZABETH JANE CARR Bet. January 22, 1579 - 1580 in Gisbourne, Yorkshire, England.

     

Child of THOMAS FORSTER and ELIZABETH CARR is:

2.           i.   REGINALD2 FORSTER, b. Bet. 1594 - 1595, Exeter, Devonshire, England.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. REGINALD2 FORSTER (THOMAS1) was born Bet. 1594 - 1595 in Exeter, Devonshire, England. He married JUDITH WIGNOL September 28, 1619 in Theydon Garnon, Essex, England.

     

Child of REGINALD FORSTER and JUDITH WIGNOL is:

3.           i.   JACOB3 FORESTER, b. Bet. 1635 - 1636, Exeter, Devonshire, England; d. July 09, 1710, Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3. JACOB3 FORESTER (REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born Bet. 1635 - 1636 in Exeter, Devonshire, England, and died July 09, 1710 in Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts. He married (1) MARTHA KINSMAN Bet. January 1657 - 1658. He married (2) ABIGAIL LORD Bet. February 26, 1666 - 1667.

     

Child of JACOB FORESTER and ABIGAIL LORD is:

4.           i.   JOSEPH4 FORSTER, b. September 14, 1680, Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. February 22, 1755.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

4. JOSEPH4 FORSTER (JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born September 14, 1680 in Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts, and died February 22, 1755. He married (1) ELIZABETH GOODWIN Bet. January 23, 1703 - 1704. He married (2) MARY CRESSY August 13, 1712.

     

Child of JOSEPH FORSTER and MARY CRESSY is:

5.           i.   ISAAC5 FOSTER, b. August 21, 1720, Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts; d. March 12, 1783, Billerica, Middlesex, Ma.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

5. ISAAC5 FOSTER (JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born August 21, 1720 in Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts, and died March 12, 1783 in Billerica, Middlesex, Ma. He married SARAH BROWN November 08, 1744 in Billerica, Middlesex, Ma. She was born Abt. 1725 in Billerica, Middlesex, Ma.

     

Children of ISAAC FOSTER and SARAH BROWN are:

6.           i.   ISAAC6 FOSTER, b. March 08, 1745, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts.

7.          ii.   JACOB FOSTER, b. December 20, 1747, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts.

            iii.   SARAH FOSTER, b. March 04, 1749, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts.

            iv.   JOSEPH FOSTER, b. March 21, 1750, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts.

 

Notes for JOSEPH FOSTER:

Baptized 31 Mar. 1751 at the First Congregational Unitarian Church in Billerica, Massachusetts.

 

             v.   SARAH FOSTER, b. May 29, 1753, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts.

8.         vi.   JOHN FOSTER, b. June 28, 1755, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts; d. See Notes, Greenfield (Hillsborough Co.) New Hampshire.

           vii.   SAMUEL FOSTER, b. March 31, 1758, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts.

          viii.   ABIGAIL FOSTER, b. February 21, 1761.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

6. ISAAC6 FOSTER (ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born March 08, 1745 in Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts. He married ANN Abt. 1762.

     

Children of ISAAC FOSTER and ANN are:

              i.   ABIAL7 FOSTER, b. May 25, 1763.

             ii.   MARY FOSTER, b. December 19, 1764.

            iii.   EZRA FOSTER, b. March 20, 1767.

            iv.   SOLOMON FOSTER, b. May 06, 1769.

             v.   ISAAC GRAY FOSTER, b. June 22, 1771.

            vi.   JOHN FOSTER, b. May 15, 1773.

           vii.   JOEL FOSTER, b. March 16, 1776.

          viii.   ANNA FOSTER, b. November 02, 1781.

 

 

7. JACOB6 FOSTER (ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born December 20, 1747 in Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts. He married HANNAH FROST June 03, 1771 in Billerica, Middlesex, Ma, daughter of JAMES FROST and ESTHER HOSLEY. She was born July 20, 1740 in Billerica, Middlesex, Ma.

 

Notes for JACOB FOSTER:

Baptized 28 Dec. 1748 at the First Congregational Unitarian Church in Billerica, Massachusetts.

     

Children of JACOB FOSTER and HANNAH FROST are:

              i.   JACOB7 FOSTER, b. February 20, 1772, Billerica, Middlesex, Ma.

             ii.   JAMES FOSTER, b. July 06, 1774, Billerica, Middlesex, Ma.

 

 

8. JOHN6 FOSTER (ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born June 28, 1755 in Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts, and died See Notes in Greenfield (Hillsborough Co.) New Hampshire. He married ANNA BEARD April 16, 1781 in Tewksbury ( Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts. She was born February 22, 1751, and died September 03, 1843 in Madison (Jefferson Co.) Indiana.

 

Notes for JOHN FOSTER:

ABSTRACT OF REV. WAR PENSION FILE

 

FOSTER, John, Pension # W10034, MASSACHUSETTS LINE.

John enlisted at Billerica in Middlesex Co., MA. He married Anna Beard 16 April 1781 at Tewksbury, MA. She was born 22 February 1751. John died 6 Nov. or 6 Dec. ( both shown) 1816 at Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH. Widow applied 30 Nov. 1837 at Jefferson Co., IN, a resident of Madison, IN, where she had moved in 1820. She died there 3 Sept. 1843 leaving three children, John, a resident of Maine (in 1844), Pethuel, a resident of MO (Johnson Co.)(in 1844), Perley, deceased in 1844 but previously a resident of Nashua, NH and Amariah, age 52 in 1837 and a resident of Madison, IN.

 

NOTE:

According to the "Madison Courier" of 9 Sept. 1843, Anna was age 90 when she died.

 

     

Children of JOHN FOSTER and ANNA BEARD are:

9.           i.   JOHN7 FOSTER, b. October 28, 1781, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts; d. November 29, 1870, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

             ii.   ANNA FOSTER, b. January 12, 1784, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts.

            iii.   AMARIAH G. FOSTER, b. October 31, 1785, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts; d. September 28, 1846, Madison (Jefferson Co.) Indiana. Buried in the City Cemetery.

 

Notes for AMARIAH G. FOSTER:

Amariah went to Madison Co., Indiana in 1820 with his mother.

His birthdate is calculated from the age of 62 stated in his obituary in the "Madison Courier" in Madison, Indiana.

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1820 FOSTER A. Jefferson County IN 289 No Township Listed

He's listed on the tax list for Jefferson Co. in 1829.

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1830 FOSTER A. Jefferson County IN 113 No Township Listed

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1840 FOSTER AMARIAH G. Jefferson County IN 132 Madison

Males: (1) 15-20 (1) 20-30 (1) 50-60

Females: (1) 5-10 (1) 10-15 (1) 15-20) (1) 40-50 (1) 80-90

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War of 1812:

FOSTER AMARIAH CONSOLIDATED ART'Y AND INFANTRY REG'T, NEW YORK MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 74 602

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            iv.   NABBA FOSTER, b. June 04, 1788, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts.

 

Notes for NABBA FOSTER:

File #: 9957

Name: Nabby Fosster; Foster; Forster

File Date: 03 Oct 1791

Residence: Topsfield

Occupation: minor

Type: guardianship

Essex County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, 1638-1840

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1850 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Summit > Boston

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FOSTER, Nabby

Death Date: Mar. 7, 1836

Burial Place: Taunton

Source: Vital Records of Taunton

 

Nabby, wid., Mar. 7, 1836, a. 93 y. 4 m., C.R.1.

 

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10.       v.   PETHUEL FOSTER, b. September 06, 1790, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts; d. Bet. 1850 - 1853, Probably Johnson County, Missouri.

11.      vi.   PERLEY FOSTER, b. September 20, 1792, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts; d. December 22, 1843, Nashua (Hillsborough Co.) New Hampshire.

           vii.   AMINIEL FOSTER, b. July 05, 1796, Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

9. JOHN7 FOSTER (JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born October 28, 1781 in Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts, and died November 29, 1870 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He married SARAH BLODGETT February 13, 1804 in Dunstable, Massachusetts. She was born February 16, 1783.

     

Children of JOHN FOSTER and SARAH BLODGETT are:

              i.   JOHN B.8 FOSTER.

             ii.   EZRA BLODGETT FOSTER.

            iii.   JOHN B. FOSTER.

            iv.   CYRUS FOSTER.

             v.   JOSIAH W. FOSTER.

            vi.   SARAH FOSTER.

           vii.   SAMUEL HUTCHINGS FOSTER.

          viii.   WILLIAM B. FOSTER.

            ix.   SOPHIA FOSTER.

             x.   ORRIN FOSTER.

            xi.   EVELYN FOSTER.

 

 

10. PETHUEL7 FOSTER (JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born September 06, 1790 in Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts, and died Bet. 1850 - 1853 in Probably Johnson County, Missouri. He married (1) MARGARET BONE February 28, 1822 in Saline (Cooper) Co., Missouri, daughter of WILLIAM BONE and JANE BOGARD. She was born Abt. 1800 in Blount Co., Tennessee, and died Bet. 1834 - 1839 in Missouri. He married (2) VINEY LANDS June 20, 1839 in Jackson Co., Missouri. He married (3) NARCISSA UNKNOWN June 01, 1840 in Jackson Co., Missouri. She was born Bet. 1800 - 1810.

 

Notes for PETHUEL FOSTER:

Petitions submitted to Congress:

Pethuel Foster Pension 27 2 Petition 390 Invalid Pensions 824 Adverse Laid on table

Pethuel Foster Pension 28 1 Petition 172 Invalid Pensions

Pethuel Foster Arrears of pension 29 1 Petition 532 Invalid Pensions Discharged; laid on table

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Pethuel Foster enlisted in 1812 in "A" Company, under Capt. Pitts, in Andrew McDowell's Light Artillery. In June or July of 1816, he was wounded in the right hand and arm in New London, Connecticut. He was discharged at Fort Trumbell, New London on 1 Feb. 1817. He was paralyzed from the shoulder down.

He first applied for a pension from Johnson Co. Missouri 24 Jan. 1843 and it was granted 4 Dec.,1844. Pension #24562. Missouri #2767.

He was given a 1/2 pension because he still had the use of one arm.

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Pethuel Foster:

1. Was listed as an early settler in Callaway, Cooper, Howard, Johnson and Cass Counties, Mo.

2. Married Margaret Bones sister of James Bones, 28 Feb. 1822 in the area of Cooper Co., that later became Saline Co., Mo. by Payton Nowlin, Minister of The Gospel.

3. Bought land in Jackson Co. in 1829

1 W˝SE 21/ 50-N 31-W No 5th PM MO JACKSON

4. Bought land in Johnson Co., Mo. in 1836 and 1838 (of Saline Co.).

1 NWNE 13/ 47-N 28-W No 5th PM MO JOHNSON (1838)

5. ( "of Johnson Co." ) sold land in Johnson Co. to Joseph Smith in 1836.

6. ( "of Jackson Co.") sold land in Johnson to Joseph Smith in 1838.

( NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of section 13 twp 47 R28 forty acres )

7. Was listed on the delinquent tax list for Jackson Co. in 1838.

8. Was listed on the 1840 census in Jackson Co. with a wife, two daughters and no sons. He was age 30/40, his wife is age 30/40, one girl is 5/10 and one is 10/15.

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Martin P. Foster and a Perry Foster are mentioned several times as early settlers in the History of

Johnson Co., Missouri. There was no Perry Foster in the area on any census.

My guess is that Perry was either:

1. Martin's brother, William P. Foster.

2. A nickname for their father, Pethuel Foster.

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Pethuel Foster letter Franklin PO 07/02/1819 3-1 Missouri Intelligencer

Pethenel Foster letter in Chariton PO 01/15/1822 3-4 Missouri Intelligencer

Pethuel Foster letter in Chariton PO 08/05/1822 3-4 Missouri Intelligencer

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Children of PETHUEL FOSTER and MARGARET BONE are:

12.         i.   MARTIN PARMER8 FOSTER, b. November 03, 1822, Glasgow (Howard Co. ) Missouri; d. February 17, 1897, Alliance (Box Butte Co.) Nebraska.

             ii.   GIRL FOSTER, b. Bet. 1825 - 1830.

 

Notes for GIRL FOSTER:

She is listed on the 1840 census as age 10-15.

 

13.       iii.   NANCY JANE FOSTER, b. June 30, 1833, Missouri; d. August 14, 1859, Rose Hill twp., Johnson Co. MO.

14.      iv.   WILLIAM PERRY FOSTER, b. July 10, 1834, Missouri; d. March 17, 1864, Johnson Co., Missouri (Pemberton Cemetery).

 

 

11. PERLEY7 FOSTER (JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born September 20, 1792 in Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Massachusetts, and died December 22, 1843 in Nashua (Hillsborough Co.) New Hampshire. He married MARY GRAY, daughter of MOSES GRAY and MARY. She died July 12, 1875 in Nashua (Hillsborough Co.) New Hampshire.

 

Notes for PERLEY FOSTER:

Perley and Mary lived at 22 Lock St. in Nashua, New Hampshire. He was a "housewright".

He was called Major Perley Foster. He went to Hancock as a small boy to live with John Morrison.

     

Children of PERLEY FOSTER and MARY GRAY are:

              i.   NEWMAN S.8 FOSTER, b. December 22, 1816, Greenfield (Hillsborough Co.) New Hampshire.

 

Notes for NEWMAN S. FOSTER:

He was in cotton manufacturing.

 

             ii.   MARY JANE FOSTER, b. August 05, 1818, Greenfield (Hillsborough Co.) New Hampshire; d. 1848, Nashua (Hillsborough Co.) New Hampshire.

15.       iii.   JOHN GRAY FOSTER, b. May 27, 1823, Whitefield, Coos Co., New Hampshire; d. September 02, 1874, Nashua, Hillsborough Co., New Hampshire.

            iv.   PERLEY FOSTER, JR., b. September 01, 1833; d. August 19, 1856, Dubique, Iowa.

 

Notes for PERLEY FOSTER, JR.:

Perley, Jr. was a merchant.

 

             v.   GEORGE FOSTER, b. October 12, 1835; d. May 31, 1859.

 

Notes for GEORGE FOSTER:

George was a merchant.

 

            vi.   MOSES GRAY FOSTER, b. March 30, 1830, Whitefield (Coos Co) New Hampshire.; d. July 14, 1853.

 

Notes for MOSES GRAY FOSTER:

Dr. Moses Gray Foster was town clerk of Nashua and Supt. of the School Commision

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

12. MARTIN PARMER8 FOSTER (PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born November 03, 1822 in Glasgow (Howard Co. ) Missouri, and died February 17, 1897 in Alliance (Box Butte Co.) Nebraska. He married MARY DELIA (POLLY) CARPENTER January 01, 1850 in Johnson Co. Mo (recorded in Cass Co., Missouri)., daughter of WILLIAM CARPENTER and MARY WARREN. She was born August 06, 1830 in Johnson Co., Missouri, and died July 27, 1907 in Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska.

 

Notes for MARTIN PARMER FOSTER:

Here are some of the problems in researching those girls. The family moved to NE from MO in 1883.
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1. Elizabeth went back to Johnson co., Mo. and married her old boyfriend.
2. Mary was married as Mollie. She died in Canada.
3. Columbia was married in 1889 as Mary C. She and husband vanished until
I found a record that she died in Nevada, Mo., 4 July 1905. This is the one just found in a Nebraska newspaper. Still no trace of her in 1900.
4. Lola gave her name as Carrie on her marriage record. They took a train
to Hot Springs, Ark. and were married there. I only found the record because it was in the Nebraska newspaper. In 1900, Lola gave her

husband's brother's name instead of his on the census in Alliance, Neb.  The brother was actually in California. Lola's mother, Mary D., was living with her and her husband at the time.
5. Pearl Ellen gave her name as Mary on her marriage record.
6. Nancy Ann Cully Foster used the name Anna. She remarried to a Brown
after her husband died, but was buried under her first husband's name as Anna Hunter.
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And - The Alliance Neb. paper gave initials for most people instead of
first names. Most of the initials of relatives in the obits of Martin and Mary Foster and their daughters are wrong.

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Children as listed on census:

1860:

Elizabeth J. 10

Cynthia 6

Horace 4

Nancy A. C. 11/12

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1870:

Eliza J. 19

Azem 15

Harris 13

Nannie C. 9

Mary 7

Lola C. 4

Columbia 1

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1880

Mary 18

Lola 13

Columbia 10

Pearlie 7

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Notes for MARY DELIA (POLLY) CARPENTER:

Polly was raised from age 3 by her uncle, Anderson Warren after her mother died, along with his sons, future Quantrill Guerrillas, Tom, Jim and Martin Warren.

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Nevada Daily Mail 05/29/1897 pg.4

Mrs. W.W. Baker and three children left this morning for Harrisonville on a visit to her mother.

(Mary Delia must have been visiting relatives in Cass Co.)

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Obit of Mary Delia Foster in 1907 (mother of those girls)

"The following children survive Mrs. Foster":

1.Mrs. Snyder of Scottsbluff (Pearl)

2.Mrs. F. M. Young of Alliance (Elizabeth)

3.Mrs. L. L. Hunter of Nickerson (Anna A. C. )

4.Mrs. Joseph Aker of Springfield, Missouri (Mary - Mollie))

5.Mrs. Baker of Nevada, Missouri (Cynthia)

6.Horace Foster of Nevada, Missouri.

Lola Carrie had died in 1900.

Columbia, who married William Hartman, died 1905.

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On the 1900 census, Mary D. says she has had 10 children and 8 are living.

Two more must have died before 1907.

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Children of MARTIN FOSTER and MARY CARPENTER are:

16.         i.   ELIZABETH JANE9 FOSTER, b. September 26, 1850, Missouri; d. January 19, 1925, Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska.

17.        ii.   CYNTHIA AZEM FOSTER, b. August 18, 1854, Kingsville (Johnson Co.) Missouri; d. June 13, 1943, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri.

18.       iii.   HORACE GAINES FOSTER, b. June 01, 1857, Kingsville (Johnson Co.) Missouri; d. June 11, 1931, Nevada ( Vernon Co), Missouri.

            iv.   NANCY ANN CULLY FOSTER, b. September 29, 1859, Cass County, Missouri; d. December 01, 1931, Nickerson, Dodge Co., Nebraska; m. (1) LARKIN LYNCH HUNTER, February 12, 1878, Johnson Co., Missouri; b. April 04, 1843, Surry County, North Carolina; d. January 01, 1911, Nickerson, Dodge Co., Nebraska; m. (2) JOHN L. BROWN, Bet. 1911 - 1920, Dodge County, Nebraska; b. Abt. 1857, Canada; d. Bet. 1920 - 1930, Nickerson, Dodge Co., Nebraska.

 

Notes for NANCY ANN CULLY FOSTER:

Name: Anna Hunter Brown

Home in 1920: Nickerson, Dodge, Nebraska Age: 60 years Estimated Birth Year: abt 1860

Birthplace: Missouri Relation to Head of House: Wife Spouse's Name: J L

Father's Birth Place: Missouri Mother's Birth Place: Missouri Marital Status: Married Race: White

Sex: Female Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes

Household Members: Name Age

J L Brown 63

Anna Hunter Brown 60

 

Notes for LARKIN LYNCH HUNTER:

1850 United States Federal Census > North Carolina > Surry > South Division

1870 United States Federal Census > Missouri > Montgomery > Upper Loutre - with brother, John.

1880 United States Federal Census > Nebraska > Dodge > Maple > District 52 - brother John nearby.

1900: Nickerson, Dodge County, Nebraska

1910 United States Federal Census > Nebraska > Dodge > Nickerson > District 104

 

Notes for JOHN L. BROWN:

Name: J L Brown

Home in 1920: Nickerson, Dodge, Nebraska Age: 63 years Estimated Birth Year: abt 1857

Birthplace: Canada Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Anna Hunter

Father's Birth Place: Canada Mother's Birth Place: Scotland Marital Status: Married

Race: White Sex: Male Home owned: Own Year of Immigration: 1877 Able to read: Yes

Able to Write: Yes

Household Members: Name Age

J L Brown 63

Anna Hunter Brown 60

 

 

19.       v.   MARY (MOLLIE) FOSTER, b. February 1862, Cass County, Missouri; d. May 15, 1935, Vancouver, Canada.

20.      vi.   LOLA CARRIE FOSTER, b. February 08, 1866, Chillihowe, Johnson county, Missouri; d. December 24, 1900, Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska.

           vii.   MARY COLUMBIA FOSTER, b. Abt. 1869, Johnson County, Missouri; d. 4 July 1905, Nevada, Mo.; m. CHARLES WILLIAM HARTMAN, April 30, 1889, Box Butte County, Nebraska (Sec 31-28-46); b. Abt. 1859, Andrew County, Missouri. d. before 1905.

 

Notes for MARY COLUMBIA FOSTER:

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The Alliance Herald, July 6, 1905
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Death of Mrs. Chas. Hartman

Mrs. Charles Hartman, sister of Mrs. F. N. Young of this city, died at her home in Nevada, Mo., July 4th. The body was brought here today by her son Charles and interred in Greenwood Cemetery, services being held at the grave by Rev. Jeffers. Mrs. Hartman resided here for several years and had many warm friends. Her  mother, Mrs. Foster, came from Scottsbluff to
attend the funeral. The bereaved family have the sympathy of many friends.
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Nevada, Mo. Probate Record:
HARTMAN, Charles F., minor, Guardianship, 1905, THORNTON, Isaac, Guardian/curator
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Marriage license No. 97 issued 9 April 1889 by A.J. Field, County Judge.

The license gives their ages as 21 and 30 and their parents names.

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Child of MARY COLUMBIA FOSTER and CHARLES W. HARTMAN is:

 i. Charles F. Hartman, b. ca 1891

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21.    viii.   PEARL ELLEN FOSTER, b. September 30, 1873, Johnson County, Missouri; d. December 12, 1913, Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska.

 

 

13. NANCY JANE8 FOSTER (PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born June 30, 1833 in Missouri, and died August 14, 1859 in Rose Hill twp., Johnson Co. MO. She married SAMUEL SMITH December 25, 1854 in Johnson Co. Missouri, son of JEREMIAH SMITH and HANNA WISEMAN. He was born March 29, 1827 in Missouri, and died August 21, 1876 in Johnson Co. Missouri (Pemberton Cem.).

 

Notes for NANCY JANE FOSTER:

Guardianship Bond: Johnson County, Missouri 8 Aug. 1853 No. 9.213

Minor: Nancy J. Foster

Heir of Pethuel Foster, dec.

Gdn. & Sec.: William P. foster

Sec.: James Bones & Joseph Smith

Remarks: minor over age 14

 

Notes for SAMUEL SMITH:

In 1860, Elizabeth Risk (52) and Nancy Smith (25) are living with Samuel and daughter, Mary M. Smith in Madison Twp.

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In 1870, a "Greely" Smith, female, age 1, is living with him. Margaret and Jennie are still at home.

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Children of NANCY FOSTER and SAMUEL SMITH are:

              i.   GEORGEANN9 SMITH, b. October 03, 1855, Johnson County, Missouri; d. February 03, 1856, Johnson County, Missouri.

22.        ii.   MARY MARGARET SMITH, b. October 24, 1857, Johnson Co. Missouri; d. May 29, 1911, Latour, Johnson Co. Missouri (Pemberton Cem.).

23.       iii.   JENNIE VIRGINIA SMITH, b. April 04, 1869, Missouri; d. April 24, 1947, Aurora, Illinois.

 

 

14. WILLIAM Perry8 FOSTER (PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born July 10, 1834 in Missouri, and died March 17, 1864 in Johnson Co., Missouri (Pemberton Cemetery). He married EVELINE LUSBY May 10, 1852 in Johnson Co., Missouri, daughter of WILLIAM LUSBY and LEAH RISK. She was born December 12, 1824 in Clark County, Kentucky, and died January 21, 1885 in Johnson County, Missouri (Pemberton Cemetery).

 

Notes for WILLIAM Perry FOSTER:

On the 1850 census. William P. is living with, his uncle, James Bones in Johnson County, MO.

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After he was married, they lived on the farm in southern Johnson County, Missouri, a mile or so north of the Henry County border; deeded by her parents to them for "Love and Affection".

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His Probate Record shows most of his estate went to pay bills owed to Nathaniel Baker and Martin Foster. The rest went to the Judge, the Sheriff and to Johnson County.

 

   Noah O'Neal and William P.(Perry) Foster, age 30, both died on 17 March 1864, probably in Johnson Co. (Foster was buried in Pennington Cemetery, in Johnson) They were neighbors, and had a number of friends and relatives who were Bushwhackers. The two men were not related, but they both died the same day and their estates were administrated on the same day a month later by the same people (relatives of Foster's wife). A Federal Army unit led by a detective went throught the area at that time hunting and killing guerrillas. They may have been guerrillas, probably under Andy Blunt.
   Quantrill's band left to winter in Texas in October 1863 leaving Andy Blunt in charge of a small band of guerrillas to keep southern hopes alive. Blunt operated mostly in Jackson and Lafayette Counties until killed by a Union patrol near Oak Grove March 7, 1864. Union patrols all through the winter had been killing Blunt's men one at a time. Union military records estimate that about 20 to 30 of Blunt's remaining men rode south to Henry County and joined a number of unknown southen guerrillas who accumulated there. Perry and Noah may have been in that group.
   Noah had been in th Confederate Army and had come home, wounded. He was in McCowan's Rgt, Co C (CSA) Military Service. He was admitted to a hospital Aug 10, 1862, discharged Aug 26, 1862. He was age 46.

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Notes for EVELINE LUSBY:

1870 United States Federal Census > Missouri > Johnson > Rose Hill

She is widowed and her mother is with her.

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1880 Rose Hill, Johnson, Missouri

Jessie ELLIOTT Self M Male W 24 MO Farming ENGLAND ENGLAND

Anna ELLIOTT Wife M Female W 25 MO Housekeeper MO KY

Eveline THOMAS MotherL M Female W 55 KY KY KY

John L. FOSTER Other S Male W 23 MO Servant Works On Farm MO M

 

     

Children of WILLIAM FOSTER and EVELINE LUSBY are:

              i.   MARGARET ANN (ANNA)9 FOSTER, b. December 12, 1854, Latour, Johnson County, Missouri; d. December 31, 1927, Kansas city, Jackson County, Missouri; m. JESSE WILLIAM ELLIOTT; b. March 12, 1853, Hancock County, Illinois; d. August 27, 1938, Garden City, Cass County, Missouri.

 

Notes for MARGARET ANN (ANNA) FOSTER:

Death certificate says "Mary Margaret" Elliott.

Mrs. Jennie Stumpff was the informant.

 

Notes for JESSE WILLIAM ELLIOTT:

1880 United States Federal Census > Missouri > Johnson > Rose Hill > District 191880 Rose Hill, Johnson, Missouri

Jessie ELLIOTT Self M Male W 24 MO Farming ENGLAND ENGLAND

Anna ELLIOTT Wife M Female W 25 MO Housekeeper MO KY

Eveline THOMAS MotherL M Female W 55 KY KY KY

John L. FOSTER Other S Male W 23 MO Servant Works On Farm MO M

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1910 United States Federal Census > Missouri > Johnson > Rose Hill > District 117

 

 

24.        ii.   JOHN LEVI FOSTER, b. 27 February 1858, Johnson County, Missouri; d. 8 Nov. 1934, Kerrville, Kerr Co., Texas.

 

 

15. JOHN GRAY8 FOSTER (PERLEY7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born May 27, 1823 in Whitefield, Coos Co., New Hampshire, and died September 02, 1874 in Nashua, Hillsborough Co., New Hampshire. He married (1) MARY L. MOULE January 21, 1851 in Baltimore, Maryland, daughter of SAMUEL MOULE. She died June 06, 1871 in New York, New York. He married (2) NANNIE DAVIS January 09, 1872 in Washington, D.C., daughter of GEORGE M. DAVIS.

 

Notes for JOHN GRAY FOSTER:

General John Gray Foster is a local hero in Nashua, New Hampshire and has a stature in the town.

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John Gray Foster was born on May 27, 1823, in Whitefield, New Hampshire. He and his family moved to Nashua, New Hampshire, and he received his early education there. After graduating from West Point in 1846, he was commissioned a lieutenant in the construction engineers. Serving in the Mexican War, he won two brevets and was seriously wounded at Molino del Rey. After the war, he worked on various engineering assignments, and taught at West Point. At the beginning of the Civil War, he was working as an engineer in charge of the fortifications of Charleston Harbor. Foster went to Washington, D.C. after the surrender of Fort Sumter. On October 23, 1861, he became a brigadier general of volunteers. Commanding a New England infantry brigade in North Carolina, including the Battle of Roanoke Island and the Battle of New Berne, he was praised for his service. Foster was made military governor of New Berne and its vicinity; and, in July, was placed in command of a division and the Department of North Carolina (with the Department of Virginia added later). On July 18, 1862, he was appointed a major general. He maintained departmental command until November of 1863, he then held various administrative positions, with occasional opportunities in active operations. These included service in the 1863 Siege of Knoxville and a stint as commander of the Army of the Ohio. Foster had to leave the Army of the Ohio when he was injured by falling from a horse. After his recovery, he was made head of the Department of the South in May of 1864, working with Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman in the Siege of Savannah and the Siege of Charleston. At the end of the war, Foster was leading troops in Florida as a brevet major general of Regulars. After the Civil War, he took part in surveys and construction work in New England, assisted the chief of engineers and published works on different topics in military and engineering affairs. Foster died in Nashua, on September 2, 1874.

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Child of JOHN FOSTER and MARY MOULE is:

              i.   ANNIE M.9 FOSTER, b. November 03, 1851; m. HENRY SEATON, April 26, 1870, Baltimore, Maryland.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

16. ELIZABETH JANE9 FOSTER (MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born September 26, 1850 in Missouri, and died January 19, 1925 in Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska. She married FRANCIS N. YOUNG 1873 in Johnson Co., Missouri. He was born October 10, 1847 in Ohio, and died March 09, 1926 in Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska.

     

Children of ELIZABETH FOSTER and FRANCIS YOUNG are:

              i.   CARRIE M.10 YOUNG, b. 1887; d. 1940, Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska.

25.        ii.   MARTIN EDWARD YOUNG, b. November 09, 1874, Missouri.

 

 

17. CYNTHIA AZEM9 FOSTER (MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born August 18, 1854 in Kingsville (Johnson Co.) Missouri, and died June 13, 1943 in Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri. She married WILLIAM WILEY BAKER July 27, 1879 in Kingsville (Johnson Co.) Missouri, son of GEORGE BAKER and ELIZABETH HOLLIS. He was born November 1853 in Page Co., Iowa, and died May 20, 1911 in Mitchell County, Kansas.

 

Notes for WILLIAM WILEY BAKER:

The Nevada Daily Mail:

10/16/1896 pg 4

W.W. Baker and family have lately removed here from Coffeyville, Kansas to reside, Mr. Baker succeeds the late P.J. Rushblau as telegraph line repairer of the Missouri Pacific.

01/30/1900 pg. 1 Railway Topics:

W.W. Baker, Mo. Pac. Lineman, who has been taking a 15 day lay off went on duty this morning.

12/09/1900 pg. 1 Track Talk:

Missouri Pacific Lineman W.W. Baker went to Harrisonville yesterday.

The Daily Mail, Tues., 01/30/1900, pg. 1 Railway Topics

W.W. Baker, Mo. Pac. Lineman, who has been taking a 15 days lay off, went on duty this morning.

Fri., 02/09/1900, pg. 1 Track Talk

Missouri Pacific Lineman W.W. Baker went to Harrisonville yesterday.

Thurs., 02/22/1900, pg. 4 Track Talk

Missouri Pacific lineman Baker went to Carthage on business this morning.

Mon., 02/26/1900 Track Talk

Mo Pac. Lineman W.W. Baker went north on the Kansas City local this morning.

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William Wiley and Cynthia traveled all over Kansas and Nebraska. He was a telegraph lineman for the Missouri Pacific Railroad and went where the job took him, hanging many of the first telegraph lines in those states. His brother, James H. did the same, but worked his way to the top in K.C..

William W. settled in Nevada, Vernon Co., Mo. in 1896. In 1907 they separated. In 1910, he filed for divorce and Cynthia crossfiled, asking for the house and children. They did not complete the divorce proceedings but they never lived together again.

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W.W. Baker died in Mitchell County, Kansas in May, 1911.

Probate Court Records name the following as his heirs:

Cynthia Baker, widow

James Baker, son

Dee Hanover, daughter

Stell Scott, daughter

Harry Baker, son

Wiley Baker, son

Lehr Baker, daughter

Frank Cartner is listed as an Executor/Petitioner with W.E. Shull as an Administrator.

(Frank was the stepfather of Bertha Love, wife of James Otis Baker)

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Locations:

Missouri 1879 Johnson Co. (married)

Missouri 1880 Johnson Co. (census)

Missouri 1882 (James Otis born) Gunn City, Cass Co.

Nebraska 1884 (Stella born) Box Butte Co.

Kansas 1885 (Lera born) Coffeyville (also state census)

Nebraska 1888 (Dee born) Alliance)

Nebraska 1889 (Harry born) Alliance

Kansas 1892 (Wiley born) Conway Springs

Missouri 1896 (settled in Nevada, Vernon Co.)

Missouri 1900-1910 Nevada (census)

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Children of CYNTHIA FOSTER and WILLIAM BAKER are:

26.         i.   JAMES OTIS10 BAKER, b. January 22, 1882, Gunn City (Cass Co.) Missouri; d. January 01, 1950, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri.

27.        ii.   STELLA MAE (STELL) BAKER, b. September 25, 1884, Box Butte Co., Nebraska; d. January 18, 1960, Fort Worth, Texas.

28.       iii.   EMMA DELIA (DEE) BAKER, b. December 21, 1888, Alliance (Box Butte Co.) Nebraska; d. May 10, 1970, Jay, Delaware County, Oklahoma.

29.      iv.   HARRY FREMONT BAKER, b. January 31, 1889, Fremont, Nebraska; d. October 21, 1958, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Olahoma.

30.       v.   WILEY EDWARD BAKER, b. December 27, 1892, Conway Springs, Kansas; d. June 18, 1965, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri.

31.      vi.   LERA M. BAKER, b. August 11, 1895, Coffeyville, Kansas; d. October 05, 1966, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri.

 

 

18. HORACE GAINES9 FOSTER (MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born June 01, 1857 in Kingsville (Johnson Co.) Missouri, and died June 11, 1931 in Nevada ( Vernon Co), Missouri. He married ANNETTE LENOIR CULLY March 04, 1879 in Johnson Co., Missouri, daughter of JAMES CULLY and DON CULL. She was born August 26, 1860 in near Louisville, Kentucky, and died October 24, 1932 in Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri.

 

Notes for HORACE GAINES FOSTER:

Nevada Daily Mail and Evening Post, Wednesday, June 10, 1931, pg 1

H.G. Foster Passed Away This Morning

Was a Widely and Favorably Known Citizen of Nevada for Many Years – Had Been in Impaired Health for Some Time.

The many friends of H.G. Foster will regret to hear the news of his death, which occurred at 11:30 o’clock Wednesday morning. Mr. Foster has been seriously ill for several months but Tuesday he seemed to feel better than usual, however this morning his condition became critical and he died before his son L.E. Foster, could be summoned from his home north of the city.

Horace Gaines Foster was born June 1, 1857, in Kingsville, Johnson county, Missouri, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Foster. Mr. Foster was reared in Kingsville and on March 4, 1879, was married to Miss Annette LeNoir Culley at Chilhowee and to them one son was born. Mr. and Mrs. Foster and their son moved to Nevada in 1898 and in the fall of 1899 moved into the house on West Cherry street where they have lived ever since.

Always a staunch democrat Mr. Foster served one term as assistant sergeant-at-arms in the house of representatives in Jefferson City and during the following session of the legislature was sergeant-at-arms in the senate. When he was seventeen Mr. Foster became a member of the Christian church at Kingsville and during his life was a faithful member of the church.

For a number of years Mr. Foster was circulator for the Daily Mail and Evening Post, serving in that capacity until his health began to fail. Mr. Foster was closely identified with the M.W.A. and aided materially in the growth in this city and county. He was a big hearted generous man and had a legion of friends and acquaintances who will regret to know that his life has closed.

Mr. Foster is survived by his widow, Mrs. Annette Foster, their son, L.E. Foster, and three grandchildren. Three of Mr. Foster’s seven sisters also survive him: Mrs. Cynthia Baker of Nevada, Mrs. Anna Brown of Nickerson, Neb., and Mrs. Joe Akers of Vancouver, B.C. The arrangements for the funeral have not yet been planned.

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Nevada Daily Mail and Evening Post, Thursday, June 11, 1931, pg. 1

H.G. Foster Funeral will Be Held Tomorrow Afternoon

The funeral service for H.G. Foster, who died Wednesday morning at his home on west Cherry street, will be held at 2:30 o’clock Friday afternoon at the home. The service will be conducted by Rev. O.M. Johnson, assisted by Rev. Marion T. Haw, pastor of Centenary Methodist church. Interment will be made in Newton Burial Park.

Mill Lillian Foster and Miss LaVerne Foster arrived today from Kansas City to attend the funeral of their grandfather.

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Nevada Dail Mail and Evening Post, Friday, June 12, 1931, pg. 1

H.G. Foster Funeral Held This Afternoon.

The funeral of H.G. Foster was held at the home on West Cherry street this afternoon and was attended by many friends. The impressive service was conducted by Rev. O.M. Johnson and Rev. M.T. Haw. The pallbearers were the following friends of the deceased, J. J. King, Lewis Myers, O.F. Cook, A.N. Forney, R.C. Halt, and C.E. Lynch. Interment at the Newton Burial Park.

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Notes for ANNETTE LENOIR CULLY:

Annette Lenoir Culley married Horace Foster, March 04, 1879 in Johnson Co.

Mother-in-law Don Martha Culley, 81, KY was with them in 1910 and also in 1920 in Nevada, MO..

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The Nevada Daily Mail and Evening Post, 10/26/1932, pg. 1

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. H.G. FOSTER HELD THIS MORNING

"Funeral services for Mrs. H.G. Foster, whose death occurred Sunday night, were held at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning at the home on West Cherry street and were attended by a large concourse of friends. The Rev. James B. Swinney, pastor of Centenary Methodist churhc, conducted the services. A quartet, Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Elliott, Miss Helen Logan and D.R. McGiboney, sang two hymns, "Abide With Me" and "Asleep in Jesus," and Mr. McGiboney sang as a solo "The Old Rugged Cross." Mrs. George Niles played the piano accompaniments.

"Those who acted as pallbearers were; G.A. Kaupp, O.F. Cook, J.A. King, J.H. Fewell, L.E. Lynch and M.E. Ferry. The Eastern Star conducted the services at the grave. Interment was made in Newton Burial Park."

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The Nevada Daily Mail and Evening Post, 10/24/1932, pg. 1

MRS. H.G. FOSTER PASSED AWAY SUNDAY NIGHT

Had Been Critically Ill Only a Week - Funeral Services Wednesday

"The news of the passing of Mrs. H.G. Foster, occurring Sunday night at ten o'clock at her home, 1226 West Cherry street, will be received with deep sorrow by a large circle of friends in this city and elsewhere.

"Mrs. Foster has been in failing health for several years, but her condition was not critical until a week ago when she suffered an attack of indigestion. She grew steadily worse during the week and toward the latter part hope for her recovery was given up.

"Surviving Mrs. Foster are one son, L.E. Foster, and three grandchildren, Mary Annette Foster of Nevada, Lillian Myrena and Mrs. C.A. Ozias, Kansas City. All were with her when the end came.

"Mrs. Foster, before her marriage, was Annette La Noir Cully, and was born August 26, 1860 near Louisville, Kentucky, her parents, J.I. and Don Martha Cully.

"In 1862 the family moved to this state, locating in Johnson county, near Chilhowee. She was married there in 1879 to H.G. Foster of Kingsville. He passed away in June, 1931.

"Mr. and Mrs. Foster moved to Nevada in February, 1898 and one year later moved to the present home.

"Mrs. Foster was a member of Centenary church, of the Eastern Star, U.D.C., R.N.A., Pythian Sisters and several social clubs.

"The death of MRs. Foster will be a disctinct loss to all with whom she came in contact. She possessed a nature of rare sweetness and with her devotion to her home and loved ones her distinguishing characteristics.

"Mrs. Foster's father died a number of years ago, after which the mother made her home with her until her death, which occurred a few years prior to that of Mr. Foster.

"The funeral will be held at the home Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the home. The services at the grave will be in charge of the Eastern Star."

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Child of HORACE FOSTER and ANNETTE CULLY is:

32.         i.   LEONARD ERNEST10 FOSTER, b. May 27, 1880, Johnson County, Missouri; d. 1960, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri.

 

 

19. MARY (MOLLIE)9 FOSTER (MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born February 1862 in Cass County, Missouri, and died May 15, 1935 in Vancouver, Canada. She married JOSEPH WORTH AKERS January 01, 1882 in Cass County, Missouri, son of JOSEPH AKERS and HULDA STARK. He was born January 1856 in Virgo County, Indiana, and died March 08, 1938 in Vancouver, Canada.

 

Notes for JOSEPH WORTH AKERS:

1880 United States Federal Census > Missouri > Cass > Gun City > District 92

1900 United States Federal Census > Nebraska > Keya Paha > Holt > District 139

Her mother's obit in 1907 says they lived in Springfield, Missouri.

1910 United States Federal Census > Nebraska > Dodge > 1-Wd Fremont > District 95

Son Parmer says on his Draft Registration in 1918 that his parents lived in Nevada, Missouri.

They may have gone to Canada where he was.

Canada Death Records:

Vital Event Death Registration

      Name: Molly Akers

      Event Date: 1935 5 15 (Yr/Mo/Day)

      Age: 73

      Gender: female

      Event Place: Vancouver

      Reg. Number: 1935-09-501513

      B.C. Archives Microfilm Number: B13153

      GSU Microfilm Number: 1953017

Vital Event Death Registration

      Name: Joseph Worth Akers

      Event Date: 1938 3 8 (Yr/Mo/Day)

      Age: 82

      Gender: male

      Event Place: Vancouver

      Reg. Number: 1938-09-540133

      B.C. Archives Microfilm Number: B13162

      GSU Microfilm Number: 1953195

 

     

Children of MARY FOSTER and JOSEPH AKERS are:

              i.   BEULAH10 AKERS, b. April 1883, Nebraska.

             ii.   PARMER ELLSWORTH AKERS, b. November 10, 1886, Springview, Nebraska; d. March 14, 1956, Los Angeles, California; m. MYRA LOIS WEED; b. July 15, 1893, Juneau Co., Wisconsin; d. January 07, 1979, Los Angeles, California.

 

Notes for PARMER ELLSWORTH AKERS:

 

1930 United States Federal Census > California > Los Angeles > Montebello > District 1178

Name: AKERS, PARMER ELLSWORTH Social Security #: 563345925 Sex: MALE

Birth Date: 10 Nov 1886 Birthplace: NEBRASKA Death Date: 14 Mar 1956

Death Place: LOS ANGELES Mother's Maiden Name: FOSTER Father's Surname: AKERS

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Parmer registered for the draft in 1918. He said he was employed as a chauffeur and was living in Vancouver, B. C. He gave his home as Fremont, Dodge Co., Nebraska. He was married but separated.

Nearest relative was listed as Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Akers, R 4, D 1, Nevada, Missouri.

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Land Records Issue Date: 6/7/1909 Land Office: Billings

1 33/ 1-S 33-E No Montana PM MT Big Horn

Remarks: LOT 1 OR SESE QUARTER

6 34/ 1-S 33-E No Montana PM MT Big Horn

Remarks: LOT 6 OR SWNW QUARTER

7 34/ 1-S 33-E No Montana PM MT Big Horn

Remarks: LOT 7 OR NWSW QUARTER

8 34/ 1-S 33-E No Montana PM MT Big Horn

Remarks: LOT 8 OR SWSW QUARTER

1 4/ 2-S 33-E No Montana PM MT Big Horn

Remarks: LOT 1 OR NENE QUARTER

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Notes for MYRA LOIS WEED:

Name: AKERS, MYRA LOIS Social Security #: 545404399 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 15 Jul 1893

Birthplace: WISCONSIN Death Date: 7 Jan 1979 Death Place: LOS ANGELES

 

 

 

20. LOLA CARRIE9 FOSTER (MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born February 08, 1866 in Chillihowe, Johnson county, Missouri, and died December 24, 1900 in Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska. She married RICHARD H. WATKINS 1889 in Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas, son of THOMAS WATKINS and MARY. He was born April 09, 1857 in Eddieville, Iowa, and died July 16, 1910 in Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska.

 

Notes for LOLA CARRIE FOSTER:

 

 

 

Notes for RICHARD H. WATKINS:

1900 United States Federal Census > Nebraska > Box Butte > Alliance > District 6

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Compendium of History Reminiscence & Biography of Western Nebraska

 

RICHARD H. WATKINS

Richard H. Watkins, who for many years has been known by the sobriquet of "The Old Scout," is a prominent citizen of Alliance, Nebraska, where he has resided since 1889. He was born in Mahaska county, Iowa, in 1857, and reared on his father's farm. His parents were both natives of Wales, and were early settlers in Iowa.

Our subject lived in Iowa up to 1882, then came to Greeley county, Nebraska, where he pioneered there for a time, building up a farm and home. He left that county and moved to Holt county in 1883, traveling through the country on horseback, and helped his brother to drive a large bunch of cattle into Cheyenne county. He next settled on Indian Creek, eight miles from Camp Clark, there engaging in freighting, driving bull teams to Fort Robinson, Rosebud Agency, Pine Ridge and the Black Hills, continuing at this work for five years, and roughed it all that time, camping out wherever he happened to be, exposed to all sorts of weather both winter and summer. Part of the time he worked as a cowboy and worked on large ranches in that part of the state. In 1889 he came to Alliance and opened a meat market, his capital being just one dollar and fifty cents. He bought the business of his brother, who was the first man to start a butcher shop in the town. Our subject ran the market for five years, then obtained a contract from the government for putting the stock on the Indian reservation, which he filled, and the following year returned to his butcher business and carried it on for a year and a half. In 1897 he began in the sheep and cattle business, buying, selling and shipping stock, and for a number of years carried on that trade, handling stock all over the western states, and is still in that business, associated with a firm which handles more stock annually than any other concern in western Nebraska. Mr. Watkins is an authority on Texas cattle, and handles these exclusively.

In 1889 our subject was united in marriage at Hot Springs, Arkansas, to Miss Lola C. Foster, who died the following year. He was married again at Los Angeles, California, in 1905, to Miss Charlotte Hill.

Mr. Watkins was engaged in the real estate business here for a time. He also has taken an active part in local politics since his residence here, always voting the Republican ticket and standing firmly for the principles of that party.

Mr. Watkins is an interesting gentleman in every way and has a host of warm friends among all classes. He is a genial, whole-souled gentleman, esteemed by all who know him. Among the interesting experiences he relates of the early days is the following incident: During the time when the "gentleman's game" was largely played in Alliance, Mr. Watkins and a few "pals" were passing a few pleasant hours settled on a tree claim and homestead, and in this manner, with the game getting stronger constantly. Finally all "stayed," each man attempting to make the other lay down, all having what he considered "a sure winner," After all available cash had been bet, check books were produced and used, and still no one would give up. At this time a man rushed into the room and told our hero that his meat market was on fire and burning up. He was considerably disturbed, but remained in the game. A second time some one came in and excitedly told him of the fire, but instead of hastening to the scene of the conflagration he coolly remarked that it was "the first time he had ever held four aces, and he was going to see them through if the whole town burned up." This was taken as bluff by his companions, and the betting still continued, when, not wishing to bankrupt the others, he called and threw down his hand, which indeed held four aces. He leisurely filled his pockets with bills, checks and loose money and rushed out to look at the fire, which he found had been entirely extinguished without any great loss.

 

 

     

Child of LOLA FOSTER and RICHARD WATKINS is:

              i.   MARY E.10 WATKINS, b. October 1886.

 

 

21. PEARL ELLEN9 FOSTER (MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born September 30, 1873 in Johnson County, Missouri, and died December 12, 1913 in Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska. She married (1) H. V. SCHAUPP Abt. 1893. She married (2) CECIL D. SNYDER October 25, 1898 in Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska. He was born December 1855 in Tripps Corners, near Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and died June 15, 1927 in Scottsbluff, Scotts Bluff County, Neb..

     

Child of PEARL FOSTER and H. SCHAUPP is:

              i.   LILLIAN B.10 SCHAUPP, b. Abt. 1894, Alliance, Nebraska; d. May 20, 1895, Alliance, Nebraska (age 6 mo. 7 days).

 

 

22. MARY MARGARET9 SMITH (NANCY JANE8 FOSTER, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born October 24, 1857 in Johnson Co. Missouri, and died May 29, 1911 in Latour, Johnson Co. Missouri (Pemberton Cem.). She married JOHN GILLAND ELLIOTT July 03, 1878 in Johnson Co. Missouri, son of SAMUEL ELLIOTT and NANCY OVERTON. He was born March 12, 1853 in Illinois, and died February 28, 1927 in Johnson Co. Missouri (Pemberton Cem.).

 

Notes for MARY MARGARET SMITH:

WARRENSBURG STANDARD- HERALD

9 JUNE 1911, PAGE 6, COL. 4

Mrs. John Elliott died Monday, May 29, at her home in Latour.

The funeral, conducted by Rev. J. M. Daniel of the Baptist Church

of Holden, was held at the home Tuesday morning, and burial at

the family cemetery, four miles south. Mary Margaret Smith was

born in Johnson County, October 24, 1847, and July 8, 1878, was

married to John Gilland Elliott. One daughter was born to them.

John T. Stumpff, wife and daughter, relatives of the family, from

Kansas City, were present.

 

 

Notes for JOHN GILLAND ELLIOTT:

mother: Nancy Overton per death record

     

Child of MARY SMITH and JOHN ELLIOTT is:

33.         i.   FANNIE LEE10 ELLIOTT, b. June 22, 1880, Johnson county, Missouri.

 

 

23. JENNIE VIRGINIA9 SMITH (NANCY JANE8 FOSTER, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born April 04, 1869 in Missouri, and died April 24, 1947 in Aurora, Illinois. She married JOHN THOMAS STUMPFF September 12, 1883 in Holden, Johnson County, Missouri, son of FRANCIS STUMPFF and SARAH MOORE. He was born September 24, 1864 in Missouri, and died February 08, 1920 in Johnson County, Missouri.

 

Notes for JENNIE VIRGINIA SMITH:

Name: Jennie V. Stumpff Home in 1930: Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska

Age: 61 Estimated birth year: abt 1869 Birthplace: Missouri Relation to Head of House: Mother-in-law

Living with Frank Rogers.

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Residence: 1900 Kansas City Ward 10, Jackson County, Missouri 1

Residence: 1910 Kansas Ward 12, Jackson County, Missouri 2

Residence: 1920 Rockford Ward 3, Winnebago County, Illinois 3

Residence: 1930 Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska 4

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Notes for JOHN THOMAS STUMPFF:

1900 United States Federal Census > Missouri > Jackson > Kansas City Ward 10

Lived in Kansas City in 1911.

1920 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Winnebago > Rockford Ward 3 > District 185

     

Child of JENNIE SMITH and JOHN STUMPFF is:

34.         i.   OLAH MAY10 STUMPFF, b. May 13, 1891, Missouri; d. August 19, 1935, Omaha, Nebraska; Stepchild.

 

 

24. JOHN LEVI9 FOSTER (WILLIAM P.8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born 27 February 1858 in Johnson County, Missouri, and died 8 Nov. 1934, Kerrville, Kerr County, Texas. He married GILLIAN MABELL (BELLE) PETTIGREW October 10, 1881 in Bates County, Missouri, daughter of JOHN PETTIGREW and MARY CRUM. She was born May 15, 1866 in Missouri, and died March 26, 1940 in Benton County, Missouri.

 

Notes for JOHN LEVI FOSTER:

At some point before 1897, John was in Alliance, Nebraska. He was part owner of the Cemetery Plot where Martin and Mary Foster are buried.

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John L. Foster: Lusby family letters say he stayed with his Oregon and Washington relatives in 1908 for several months and mention his "family in MO" . (Lusby Book)

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1880 United States Federal Census > Missouri > Johnson > Rose Hill > District 96 living with his mother

Name: John L. Foster Home in 1880: Rose Hill, Johnson, Missouri Age: 23 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1857 Birthplace: Missouri

Relation to Head of Household: Something other than a direct relationship (Other)

Father's birthplace: Missouri Mother's birthplace: Missouri Occupation: Servant Works On Farm

Marital Status: Single Race: White Gender: Male

Household Members: Name Age

Jessie Elliott 24

Anna Elliott 25

Eveline Thomas 55

John L. Foster 23

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Name: Eva Foster

Home in 1900: Fristoe, Benton, Missouri Age: 4 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1896 Birthplace: Missouri

Relationship to head-of-house: Daughter

Father's Name: Lee J Mother's Name: Georgia M Race: White Household Members: Name Age

Lee J Foster 42

Georgia M Foster 34 (the census taker probably couldn't spell Gillian.)

May N Foster 8

Eva Foster 4

Abbie Foster 6.12

All birth dates are a little off so someone guessed.

Married 18 years. She's had 6 children and 3 are living.

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Name: John L Foster

Age in 1910: 53 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1857 Birthplace: Missouri Relation to Head of House: Head Father's Birth Place: Missouri

Mother's Birth Place: Missouri Spouse's Name: Bell Home in 1910: Lindsey, Benton, Missouri

Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Male

Household Members: Name Age

John L Foster 53

Bell Foster 41

Abbie Foster 9

Where was Eva?? She would have been 14 years old in 1910. She married in 1914.

Note: Belle's brother, Matthew Petttigrew is a few doors down.

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Name: John L Foster

Home in 1920: Lindsey, Benton, Missouri Age: 61 years Estimated Birth Year: abt 1859 Birthplace: Missouri

Relation to Head of House: Father Father's Birth Place: Missouri Mother's Birth Place: Missouri

Marital Status: Married Race: White Sex: Male Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes

Household Members: Name Age

Eva Ransier 23 widow

John L Foster 61 father

Gillian Foster 48 mother

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Name: John L Foster

Home in 1930: Windsor, Henry, Missouri Age: 71 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1859 Birthplace: Missouri Relation to Head of House: Head

Spouse's Name: Belle M Race: White

Household Members: Name Age

John L Foster 71

Belle M Foster 64

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Notes for GILLIAN MABELL (BELLE) PETTIGREW:

Missouri birth record for William P., born 1887, says he was her 2nd child.

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Gillian's Missouri death record is on file. She is listed as a widow. The informant was her daughter, Mrs. Bill Stone, Lincoln, Missouri. Her Death record says "Giliam M. Foster". She lived at Winsor, Mo.

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In 1910, Belle says she has had 6 children and 3 are living.

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Children of JOHN FOSTER and GILLIAN PETTIGREW are:

              i.   EVALINE A.10 FOSTER, b. 1883, St. Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri; d. 1883, St. Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri.

             ii.   WILLIAM P. FOSTER, b. April 28, 1887, Creighton, Cass county, Missouri; d. Bef. 1900.

 

Notes for WILLIAM P. FOSTER:

Missouri Birth Records, Name: William P Foster Birth Date: 28 Apr 1887 Birth County: Cass Birth Location: Creighton Race/Ethnicity: White Gender: M (Male)

Mother's Name: G Mabell Foster Mother's Age: 22 Father's Name: John L Foster Father's Age: 29

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            iii.   UNKNOWN FOSTER, b. Bet. 1887 - 1892; d. Bef. 1900.

35.      iv.   NETTIE MAY FOSTER, b. May 1892, Missouri; d. 12 Oct. 1928, Wapato, Yakima County, Washington.

36.       v.   EVA FOSTER, b. November 17, 1895, Benton County, Missouri; d. July 22, 1953, Benton County, Missouri.

            vi.   ABRIE (ABBIE) FOSTER, b. October 27, 1898, Missouri; d. September 20, 1914, St. Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri.

 

Notes for ABRIE (ABBIE) FOSTER:

Missouri Death Record on file. H. L. Pettigrew was the informant. J.L. and Belle Foster are listed as her parents.

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Generation No. 10

 

25. MARTIN EDWARD10 YOUNG (ELIZABETH JANE9 FOSTER, MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born November 09, 1874 in Missouri. He married ELLA C.. She was born March 1876 in Nebraska.

 

Notes for MARTIN EDWARD YOUNG:

1900 United States Federal Census > Nebraska > Sheridan > Reno > 174

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1910 census Alliance, Box Butte Co., NE

Young, Edward head 35 MO IA MO

Ella wife 31 NE UK PA

Richard son 14 NE MO NE

Noel son 10 NE MO NE

Helen dau 6 NE MO NE

Harold son 3 NE MO NE

Hazel dau 2/12 NE MO NE

Young, Francis M. head 63 IN NY NY

Eliza wife 52 MO NE? MO

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1917 Registered for the draft in Morrill County, NE.-gives nearest relative as his father.

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1920 United States Federal Census > Nebraska > Box Butte > Alliance > District 11

Martin E Young 45

Ella C Young 43

Richard F Young 24

Noel C Young 19

Helen C Young 15

John C Young 13

Hazel J Young 10

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1930 United States Federal Census > Nebraska > Morrill > Gilchrist > District 10

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Children of MARTIN YOUNG and ELLA C. are:

              i.   FRANCIS RICHARD11 YOUNG, b. October 1895.

             ii.   NOEL YOUNG, b. Abt. 1900.

            iii.   HELEN YOUNG, b. Abt. 1904.

            iv.   HAROLD YOUNG, b. Abt. 1907.

             v.   HAZEL YOUNG, b. Abt. 1909.

 

 

26. JAMES OTIS10 BAKER (CYNTHIA AZEM9 FOSTER, MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born January 22, 1882 in Gunn City (Cass Co.) Missouri, and died January 01, 1950 in Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri. He married BERTHA RACHEL LOVE July 27, 1905 in Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri, daughter of WILLIAM LOVE and NELLIE PUTNAM. She was born June 23, 1889 in Diamond, Missouri, and died August 06, 1960 in Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri.

 

Notes for JAMES OTIS BAKER:

James Otis was a stone mason, a railroader, and worked for the Nevada, Missouri Street Department.

     

Children of JAMES BAKER and BERTHA LOVE are:

              i.   DELORES H.11 BAKER, b. November 23, 1906, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; d. February 03, 1932, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; m. JESSIE ROGERS, Abt. 1925, Nevada, Vernon county, Missouri; b. Abt. 1902, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; d. Kansas.

 

Notes for JESSIE ROGERS:

1930 United States Federal Census > Missouri > Vernon > Nevada > District 12

Went to Wichita, Kansas.

SS Death

JESSE ROGERS 18 Aug 1903 Dec 1973 70 Pittsburg, Crawford, KS 66762 (not specified) Missouri

 

             ii.   NELL BAKER, b. July 10, 1909, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. September 1931, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; m. (1) JESSE L. HOLZWORTH, Nevada, Vernon county, Missouri; b. May 13, 1905, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; d. December 03, 1928, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; m. (2) DONALD A. TAYLOR, Abt. 1928; b. Abt. 1905, Missouri.

 

Notes for NELL BAKER:

Died in childbirth. Sept. 1931.

 

            iii.   ALTA BAKER, b. April 04, 1912, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. August 26, 1912, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri.

            iv.   RUBY BAKER, b. July 09, 1913, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. June 10, 1917, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri.

             v.   JAMES RICHARD BAKER, SR, b. October 09, 1916, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. July 20, 1990, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri (Newton Burial Park); m. (1) RUBY ALENE WARDRIP, September 22, 1936, Lamar (Barton Co.) Missouri; b. June 10, 1920, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. March 28, 1987, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri (Newton Burial Park); m. (2) DOROTHY JEAN SIEBERT, 1967, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; b. May 10, 1927, Arkansas.

 

Notes for JAMES RICHARD BAKER, SR:

James and Ruby were divorced 22 March 1968 in Nevada, Missouri.

 

            vi.   HELEN BAKER, b. October 28, 1919, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. January 04, 2002, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; m. HARRY (BUSTER) WHITTEN RIMMER, November 02, 1936, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; b. May 13, 1918, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. May 1984, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri.

 

Notes for HELEN BAKER:

Helen Rachel Rimmer

Helen Rachel Rimmer, 82, Nevada, passed away Friday morning, January 4,

2002, at Moore-Few Care Center, Nevada following a lengthy illness.

She was born October 28, 1919, in Nevada, to James Otis Baker and Bertha

Lucille Love Baker. She married Harry Rimmer on November 21, 1936, in

Lamar, Missouri, and he proceeded her in death on May 5, 1984.

Mrs. Rimmer was born and raised in Nevada and spent virtually her entire

life here. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the Victory Baptist

Church, Nevada, the American Legion Auxiliary and D.A.V.

Survivors include three daughters, Barbara Belcher, Oswego, Kansas, Patty

Epps, Warrensburg, Missouri, Doris Fairall, Anaheim, California; two

brothers, Jack Baker and Jess Baker, both of Nevada, Missouri; two sisters,

Margaret Chadd, Milo, Missouri, and Marjorie Spencer, Nevada Missouri, nine

grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by one great-great-grandchild Cherish Belcher.

Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, January 7, 2002, at

Ferry Funeral Home, Nevada, Missouri, with Rev. Jerry Pyle officiating.

Interment followed in Newton Burial Park.

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           vii.   PATRICIA BAKER, b. November 08, 1922, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. December 17, 1989, Nevada, Vernon Co. , MO; m. RAYMOND BLISS, March 01, 1941, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; b. April 24, 1920, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. November 13, 1983, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri.

 

Notes for PATRICIA BAKER:

Patricia was named Hattie at birth. She had her name legally changed to Patricia.

 

          viii.   MARGARET J. BAKER, b. July 20, 1925, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. February 12, 2005, St. John’s Regional Medical Center, Joplin, MO; m. JOHN WILLIAM CHADD, February 14, 1947, Ft. Scott, Kansas; b. March 1924.

 

Notes for MARGARET J. BAKER:

Margaret J. Chadd

Feb 12, 2005

Margaret J. Chadd, 79, Milo, MO died Saturday, February 12, 2005 at St. John’s Regional Medical Center, Joplin, MO following a lengthy illness. She was born July 20, 1925 in Nevada, MO to James Otis Baker and Bertha Rachel Love Baker. She was married February 14, 1947 in Ft. Scott, KS to John W. Chadd, who survives of the home.

Mrs. Chadd grew up in Vernon County and attended Nevada schools. She worked at the Nevada State Hospital in the housekeeping department for 19 years, until her retirement in 1987.

In addition to her husband John, survivors include, four sons, Larry Chadd, Glenn Chadd, Gary Chadd and John Chadd Jr., all of Milo, MO; 16 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren; one sister, Margie Spencer, Nevada, MO; one brother, Jess Baker, Nevada, MO; numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents; one infant son, Johnie Lee Chadd; one great-granddaughter and one great-grandson; two brothers, James Baker and Jack Baker; eight sisters, Helen Rimmer, Patricia Bliss, Mildred Bullock, Bertha Nims, Delores Rogers, Nellie Hollsworth, Alta Baker and Ruby Baker.

Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, February 15, 2005, at Ferry Funeral Home, Nevada, MO with John Nichols officiating. Interment will follow at Olive Branch Cemetery, Milo, MO.

 

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM CHADD:

Listed as John Charles Chadd on the 1930 census.

 

            ix.   MARJORIE BAKER, b. July 20, 1925, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; m. VERN ERWIN SPENCER, November 07, 1945, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; b. July 15, 1916, Ringgold, McPherson County, Nebraska; d. July 18, 2006, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri.

 

Notes for VERN ERWIN SPENCER:

Vern Erwin Spencer Jul 18, 2006

 

Vern Erwin Spencer, 90, Nevada, MO passed away Tuesday, July 18, 2006 at his residence following an illness of several weeks. He was born July 15, 1916 in Ringgold, NB to John Francis Spencer Jr. and Bertha Susan Brown Spencer. He was married November 7, 1945 to Marjorie Jean Baker and she survives of the home.

 

Mr. Spencer was born in Nebraska and came to this area in 1929. Vern served in the U.S. Army during WW II in the South Pacific. Following the service, Vern worked 17 years for Greenbrier Apartments in Overland Park, KS. He worked the remainder of his life as a general contractor, well versed in all areas of the construction business. Vern was saved and baptized at age 12 and was an active member of the Calvary Baptist Church in Nevada.

 

In addition to his wife Marjorie, survivors include three children, Vern Eugene Spencer, Nevada, MO, Melba Jo Hogan, Nevada, MO and John James Spencer, Sheldon, MO; six grandchildren, Michael Eugene Spencer, Bronaugh, MO, Diana Lea Miranda, Sheldon, MO, Robert Erwin Spencer, Sheldon, MO, Amanda Jean Portwood, Nevada, MO Ronnie Wayne Spencer, Lawrence, KS and Jennifer Householder, Nevada, MO and 15 great-grandchildren along with many nieces and nephews.

 

He was preceded in death by parents; two sisters, Leona and Vera; one granddaughter, Tammy Sue Spencer and one great-granddaughter, Amy Madison Spencer.

 

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, July 22, 2006, at Ferry Funeral Home, Nevada, MO with Rev. Melvin Mabra officiating. Interment will follow in Click Cemetery in Nevada.

 

Friends may call now and until the hour of service at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada. The family will receive friends, at the funeral home, Friday evening between 7:00 and 8:00 p.m.

 

The family suggests that memorials may be made, in his memory, to the American Cancer Society in care of the funeral home.

 

 

 

             x.   MILDRED BAKER, b. November 30, 1926, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. January 09, 1994, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; m. (1) LOGAN C. (BUCK) FILES, March 15, 1948, Rogers, Benton County, Arkansas; b. March 31, 1925, Little Axe (near Norman), Oklahoma; d. February 1972, Fort Scott, Bourbon County, Kansas; m. (2) KENNETH JOHN BULLOCK, July 25, 1965, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; b. December 14, 1923, South Hampton, England; d. December 02, 1979, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri.

 

Notes for LOGAN C. (BUCK) FILES:

"Buck" and Mildred Baker divorced. They had four children.

He was reported as drowned in June 1972 in Ft. Scott, Kansas. No body was found.

 

Notes for KENNETH JOHN BULLOCK:

Kenneth BULLOCK

Birth Date: 14 Dec 1923 Death Date: Dec 1979

Social Security Number: 070-24-8564

State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: New York

Death Residence Localities ZIP Code: 64772 Localities: Nevada, Vernon, Missouri

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Kenneth John Bullock. He was born in England.Graduated school at 14 years old and joined the Merchant Marines. Traveled the world. Lived in India for a year. His mothers name was Dorothy. He had to register at the post office every year as an alien.

 

 

            xi.   JESSE RAY BAKER, b. March 06, 1930, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; m. VIRGINIA BERNICE IRWIN; b. March 1934, Missouri.

           xii.   BERTHA (BERTIE) LUCILLE BAKER, b. April 12, 1933, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. August 03, 1987, Lamar (Barton Co.) Missouri; m. (1) JERRY COOK; m. (2) LLOYD ELDON NIMS, January 16, 1952, Bentonvile, Arkansas; b. June 04, 1916, Lamar (Barton Co.) Missouri; d. December 19, 1993, Lamar (Barton Co.) Missouri.

 

          xiii.   JACK ALLEN (SKEET) BAKER, b. January 21, 1938, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; d. December 19, 2002, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; m. FREDA WOOLRIDGE, February 10, 1958, Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri; b. 1943, Missouri.

 

Notes for JACK ALLEN (SKEET) BAKER:

Jack Baker

Died On December 19, 2002

 

Jack Allen Baker, 64 passed away Dec 19, 2002 at Nevada Regional Medical Center following a lengthy illness. He was born January 21, 1938 to James Otis Baker and Bertha Ratchel Love Baker. He was married February 10, 1958 in Nevada, MO to Freda R Wooldridge Baker who survives of the home. He was raised in Nevada and attended Nevada schools. He had worked as a painter in various counties. He worked at Carthage Marble, Carthage, MO and at the Crane Company in Nevada. He loved hunting and fishing and spending time with his wife, children, grandchildren and other family members whom he loved very much. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. He had much respect for pastor Pyle of the Ash Street Baptist Church. In addition to his wife, Freda, survivors include three sons, Jack Allen Baker, Jr., of the home, David Baker and Wife Jana, Clinton, MO, Danny Baker and wife Marie, Rich Hill, MO; Three daughters, Jackie Baker, Rich Hill, MO, Brenda Conrad and husband Bill, Rich Hill, MO, Margaret Rector and husband Ron, El Dorado Springs, MO; 13 grandchildren, Crystal Miller and husband Dustin, Nichol Baker, Julie Vunovich, William Conrad, Rebecca Conrad, Ashley Rector, Ryan Baker, Jason Rector, Danny Baker, Jr., Lucas Baker, Jack Baker III, Katie Baker, Hailey Sara Baker; two great-grandchildren, Dustin Miller Jr. and Bailey Miller; two sisters, Margaret Chadd, Milo, MO, Margie Spencer, Nevada, MO; one brother, Jesse Baker, Nevada, MO. He was preceded in death by one daughter, Melinda Rose Baker, his parents, one brother, James R. Baker, eight sisters, Delores Rogers, Nellie Holzworth, Ruby Baker, Alta Baker, Helen Rimmer, Patricia Bliss, Mildred Bullock, and Bertie Nims. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday, December 21, 2002 at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada with Pastor Jerry Pyle officiating. Interment will follow in Click Cemetery, Nevada, MO. Friends may call from now and until the hour of service at Ferry Funeral Home, Nevada, MO.

 

 

27. STELLA MAE (STELL)10 BAKER (CYNTHIA AZEM9 FOSTER, MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born September 25, 1884 in Box Butte Co., Nebraska, and died January 18, 1960 in Fort Worth, Texas. She married JOHN MATHEW SCOTT Abt. 1904, son of MARION SCOTT and NANCY WILLIAMS. He was born April 28, 1884 in Dunksburg, Pettis County, Missouri, and died in probably Ft. Worth, Texas.

 

Notes for STELLA MAE (STELL) BAKER:

Nevada Daily Mail

11/25/1897 pg. 4 col. 3

Miss Stella Baker, the charming daughter of W.W. Baker, left on the early morning train for Latour to spend Thanksgiving with her uncle.

 

Notes for JOHN MATHEW SCOTT:

1900 United States Federal Census > Missouri > Saline > Salt Pond > District 141 - A Boarder

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1910 United States Federal Census > Texas > Erath > Thurber > District 30

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1920 census, Ft. Worth, Tarrant County, Texas

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1930 United States Federal Census > Texas > Tarrant > Fort Worth > District 4

Louise and Laura Bell are still at home. John is a painter.

 

     

Children of STELLA BAKER and JOHN SCOTT are:

              i.   RUTH D.11 SCOTT, b. Abt. 1905, Missouri; m. GEORGE PERCY GIBSON, Abt. 1921, Probably Ft. Worth Texas; b. Abt. 1894, Missouri; d. June 29, 1990, Dallas, Texas.

             ii.   MARIAN JESSE SCOTT, b. 1907, Kansas; d. June 27, 1980, Dallas, Texas; m. TURNER ABRAHAM MAXWELL, Abt. 1928, Probably Ft. Worth Texas; b. 1907, Texas; d. May 14, 1990, Dallas, Texas.

 

Notes for TURNER ABRAHAM MAXWELL:

1930 United States Federal Census > Texas > Tarrant > Fort Worth > District 4

 

            iii.   MYRA SCOTT, b. Abt. 1909, Texas; m. OLAN MCGLAUTHLIN, Aft. 1920, Probably Ft. Worth Texas.

            iv.   JOHNNIE MARGARET SCOTT, b. Abt. 1912, Texas; d. February 03, 1994, Travis County, Texas; m. JULIUS TONEY, Probably Ft. Worth Texas; b. May 19, 1908; d. December 14, 1993, Travis County, Texas.

 

Notes for JULIUS TONEY:

Julius TONEY

Birth Date: 19 May 1908

Death Date: 14 Dec 1993

Social Security Number: 467-03-7580

State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Texas

Death Residence Localities

ZIP Code: 78681

Localities: Round Rock, Williamson, Texas

 

             v.   CYNTHIA LOUISE SCOTT, b. Abt. 1915, Texas; m. HERBERT EUGENE EDDLEMAN, Probably Ft. Worth Texas; d. November 28, 1968, Tarrant County, Texasa.

            vi.   LAURA BELLE SCOTT, b. December 13, 1916, Tarrant County, Texas.

 

 

28. EMMA DELIA (DEE)10 BAKER (CYNTHIA AZEM9 FOSTER, MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born December 21, 1888 in Alliance (Box Butte Co.) Nebraska, and died May 10, 1970 in Jay, Delaware County, Oklahoma. She married (1) ELMER ELLSWORTH HANOVER January 19, 1909 in Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri, son of GEORGE HANOVER and SUSAN RICE. He was born October 1884 in Iowa, and died August 02, 1918 in Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri. She married (2) DORMAN R. KIRKBRIDE Aft. 1918, son of ZACHARIAH KIRKBRIDE and SADIE LOVE. He was born July 25, 1888 in Ohio, and died September 1965 in Oklahoma.

 

Notes for EMMA DELIA (DEE) BAKER:

After Elmer Hanover's death, Dee remarried to Dorman Kirkbride.

 

Notes for DORMAN R. KIRKBRIDE:

Social Security Death Record

DORMAN KIRKBRIDE 25 Jul 1888 Sep 1965 (Oklahoma) (none specified) 436-20-5847 Louisiana

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1910 United States Federal Census > Kansas > Reno > Plevna > District 153

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1920 census, Caney, Montgomery Co., Kansas

ED 162 City of Caney, Ward 4, page 11A

 

Kirkbride, Dorman R. head 30 OH OH OH Smelter Labor

Delia wife 33 NE IA MO

Bertha B. dau 8 KS OH KS

Frances Y dau 6 KS OH KS

Firnet? R. son 5 KS OH KS

Ella A. dau 3 KS OH KS

Hanover, Clara M. step-dau 8 MO OH NE

Martha J. step-dau 4 MO OH NE

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1930 Census Pennsylvania, Washington Co., Charleroi, District 38

Dorman R. Kirkbride head laborer Glass Mill

E. Delia wife

Pearl dtr.

Ella dtr

Hanover, Clara M. dtr.

Martha dtr.

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Children of EMMA BAKER and ELMER HANOVER are:

              i.   RUTH11 HANOVER, b. Abt. 1911, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; d. Abt. 1965, Oklahoma.

 

Notes for RUTH HANOVER:

Living with her Hanover grandparents in Nevada, Missouri in 1920.

 

             ii.   CLARA M. HANOVER, b. February 20, 1912, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; d. April 11, 1992, Jay, Delaware County, Oklahoma; m. ALFRED H. WILLIAMS, Oklahoma?; b. April 12, 1912, Ohlahoma; d. May 1995, Jay, Delaware County, Oklahoma.

 

Notes for CLARA M. HANOVER:

She moved from Tulsa to Jay Co., OK in 1960.

Her obituary lists a sister, Pearl Lively, of Coffeyville, Kansas.

This would be a half sister.

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            iii.   MARTHA HANOVER, b. October 15, 1915, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; d. July 16, 2000, Tulsa, Oklahoma; m. FLOYD J. PERONA; b. June 25, 1914, Missouri; d. December 1983, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

 

 

29. HARRY FREMONT10 BAKER (CYNTHIA AZEM9 FOSTER, MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born January 31, 1889 in Fremont, Nebraska, and died October 21, 1958 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Olahoma. He married PHOEBE JANE MILLER Abt. 1912 in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri, daughter of JACOB MILLER and MARGARET CASTELL. She was born December 05, 1892 in Ft. Scott, Bourbon County, Kansas, and died October 03, 1975 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Olahoma.

 

Notes for HARRY FREMONT BAKER:

In 1914 and 1915, Harry lived in Webb City, Missouri, per newspaper accounts of his visits to Nevada from there.

Dunham's Webb City Directory 1915 - 1916: Baker, Harry A (Phoebe) miner r 1203 w Aylor

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In 1918 he registered for the draft in Nevada, Mo.

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Harry F Baker is in the Tulsa city directories (beginning in 1920 with wife Phoebe).

In the 1956 Directory he is listed as a "yard keeper" at Monarch Asphalt Paving Co.

Immediately above his name is a listing for Harry E. Baker (wife Laura C), vice president of Monarch Asphalt Paving Co. That's probably Buster.

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The index of funeral home records shows

Harry F Baker

Born 1/31/1889 in Nebraska

Died 10/21/1958 in Tulsa

Burial by Whisenhunt

918-592-3666

 

Phoebe Jane Baker

Born 12/5/1892 in Ft Scott, KS

Died 10/3/1975 in Tulsa

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Tulsa, Pct. 11, page 1019

The 1920 Census shows the following -

Harry Baker age 31, born in Missouri, parents born Nebraska, Worked at Gager-Oil Company

wife Phoebe age 27, born in Kansas, parents born Kansas

son Harry E age 6, born in Missouri (ca. 1914)

dau Nadine age 2-9/12, born in Missouri (ca 1916)

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1930 census, Tulsa, OK

Baker, Harry F. 40 Worked in an oil refinery.

Phoebe J. 37

Harry E. 16

Hazel N. 13

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Children of HARRY BAKER and PHOEBE MILLER are:

              i.   HARRY EDWARD (BUSTER)11 BAKER, b. Abt. 1914, Missouri; m. LAURA C. COLLINS, January 13, 1934, Tulsa, Oklahoma; b. 1916.

 

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Tulsa Marriages

H E Baker married Laura Collins 1/13/1934 Book 060 Page 028

Also H E Baker married Carey Nell Pollard 5/27/1937 Book 068 Page 617

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Notes for LAURA C. COLLINS:

Lived with son, Harry L. after her husband died.

 

             ii.   HAZEL NADINE BAKER, b. Abt. 1916, Missouri; d. Aft. 1930, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

 

 

30. WILEY EDWARD10 BAKER (CYNTHIA AZEM9 FOSTER, MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born December 27, 1892 in Conway Springs, Kansas, and died June 18, 1965 in Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri. He married MARY ELIZABETH BROWN February 17, 1931 in Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri, daughter of ROBERT BROWN and EDNA GREENSTREET. She was born January 29, 1914 in Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri, and died May 05, 1989 in Lamar, Barton County, Missouri.

 

Notes for WILEY EDWARD BAKER:

Wiley registered for the draft in 1917 in Nevada. He is a roundhouse employee for the Mo.Pac. RR.

He is listed as supporting his mother. He has grey eyes and dark hair.

 

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH BROWN:

On the 1920 census, she is living with her Greenstreet grandparents.

In 1930, she is with her father and stepmother.

     

Child of WILEY BAKER and MARY BROWN is:

              i.   SHERMAN E.11 BAKER, b. September 18, 1932, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; m. JOANNE LOUISE DOBBINS, June 17, 1967, Joplin, Missouri; b. October 26, 1937, Joplin, Missouri.

 

 

31. LERA M.10 BAKER (CYNTHIA AZEM9 FOSTER, MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born August 11, 1895 in Coffeyville, Kansas, and died October 05, 1966 in Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri. She married ULMONT E. GILMORE Bet. 1920 - 1922 in Nevada, Vernon county, Missouri, son of FRANCIS GILMORE and GEORGIA WILSON. He was born October 06, 1892 in Avola, Vernon County, Missouri, and died April 1949 in Nevada (Vernon Co.) Missouri.

 

Notes for ULMONT E. GILMORE:

With Benjamin and Nancy J. Wilson in 1900 is:

Clyde C. Gilmore, age 7, grandson, born Oct. 1892. MO MO IL

It appears that the Wilson's were attempting to change Ulmont's name to a Wilson family name, Clyde Calvin.

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Listed on the 1910 census as a grandson of Benjamin and Nancy J. Wilson in Nevada.

1910 Vernon County-5th ward-Nevada

Wilson, Benjamin T. head M 66 M 44 KY KY KY Farmer

. . Nancy J. wife F 66 M 44 OH OH OH .

. . Gilmore, Ulmont grandson M 17 S . MO MO MO .

. . Wilson, Minnie daughter F 39 S . IL KY OH Drygoods Store Clerk

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Ulmont's draft card in 1917 says he's married, and was born 6 Oct. 1883 (?)

It appears that he may have added ten years to his age to avoid the draft.

His gravestone says 1892.

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Child of LERA BAKER and ULMONT GILMORE is:

              i.   MARY MARGARET11 GILMORE, b. April 05, 1923, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; m. (1) WILLIAM CHARLES WIMER; b. July 06, 1920, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; d. November 30, 2004, Sonora, California; m. (2) ELMER HARRIS; d. WW 2.

 

32. LEONARD ERNEST10 FOSTER (HORACE GAINES9, MARTIN PARMER8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born May 27, 1880 in Johnson County, Missouri, and died 1960 in Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri. He married ANNA PANSY VANAMAN May 31, 1903 in Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri, daughter of ENOCH VANAMAN and MARY BRADBURN. She was born March 08, 1883 in Metz, Vernon County, Missouri, and died May 12, 1976 in Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri.

 

Notes for LEONARD ERNEST FOSTER:

1920 census Nevada MO, Ward one, Center Twp.

Foster, Leonard E. 39 MO MO MO

Anna P. 36 MO NJ IL

Maryanette 14 MO MO MO

Lillian 12 MO MO MO

Laverna 10 MO MO MO

HORACE IS NEXT DOOR.

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1930 Census Wash. Twp. Vernon Co., MO

L. Ernest Foster 49 MO NE MO

Pansy 47 MO NJ IL

Mary A. 24 MO MO MO

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Notes for ANNA PANSY VANAMAN:

Note: Surname is spelled Van Neman, Vanaman, and Vanneman on various records.

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Nevada Daily Mail, Thurs., May 13, 1976, pg. 2

Anna Pansy Foster

Mrs. Ana Pansy Foster, 93, Nevada, died 5 p.m. Wednesday at Nevada City Hospital, following an illness of one week.

Born March 8, 1883, at Metz, she was the daughter of Enoch Pancoast Vanaman and Mary Jane Bradburn Vanaman. She was married May 31, 1903 in Nevada to L. Earnest Foster, who preceded her in death in 1960.

A member of the United Methodist Church, Mrs. Foster has resided in Nevada since her marriage, in 1093, having previously lived in Metz.

Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Mary Annette Tatufest, Albuquerque, N.M., Mrs. Lillian Kruse, Nevada, and Mrs. LaVerne F. Ozias, Overland Park, Kans., a sister, Mrs. Fannie Leigh, Nevada; one grandson.

Services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Ferry Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Thomas Bennett officiating; interment in Newton Burial Park.

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Children of LEONARD FOSTER and ANNA VANAMAN are:

              i.   MARY MARGARET ANNETTE11 FOSTER, b. December 12, 1905, Vernon County, Missouri; d. November 13, 1998, Florence, Lane County, Oregon; m. EUGENE VICTOR TAUTFEST; b. October 31, 1909, Denver, Colorado; d. February 04, 1988, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

 

Notes for MARY MARGARET ANNETTE FOSTER:

Still at home with her parents in 1930.

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Later lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Notes for EUGENE VICTOR TAUTFEST:

Census: 1930 Jefferson County, Colorado. With wife Margaret and son Eugene

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Sandia Memory Gardens

Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico

Tautfest, Eugene Victor, b. 1909 Oct 31, d. 1988 Feb 4, MOMM2 U.S. Navy World War II, bur. Masonic Sec

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             ii.   LILLIAN MYRENA FOSTER, b. October 27, 1907, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; d. August 15, 1995, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri; m. FREDERICK C. KRUSE; b. December 06, 1913, Iowa; d. March 19, 1991, Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri.

            iii.   LAVERNA FOSTER, b. December 08, 1909, Vernon County, Missouri; d. September 24, 2000, Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas; m. CECIL AMES OZIAS; b. November 07, 1905, Preble County, Ohio; d. May 07, 1995, Lees Summit, Jackson, Missouri.

 

 

33. FANNIE LEE10 ELLIOTT (MARY MARGARET9 SMITH, NANCY JANE8 FOSTER, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born June 22, 1880 in Johnson county, Missouri. She married LEWIS RICHARD FRENCH. He was born April 21, 1882 in Kentucky.

     

Child of FANNIE ELLIOTT and LEWIS FRENCH is:

              i.   NORMAN11 FRENCH, b. June 12, 1919, Johnson County, Missouri; d. January 11, 2003, Shawnee Mission, Johnson County, Kansas.

 

 

34. OLAH MAY10 STUMPFF (JENNIE VIRGINIA9 SMITH, NANCY JANE8 FOSTER, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born May 13, 1891 in Missouri, and died August 19, 1935 in Omaha, Nebraska. She married FRANK C. ROGERS Abt. 1918 in Johnson County, Missouri. He was born Abt. 1893 in Missouri.

 

Notes for FRANK C. ROGERS:

1930: Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska

Frank C Rogers 37

Olah M Rogers 38

Virginia L Rogers 12

Jonnie V Stumpff 61

 

     

Child of OLAH STUMPFF and FRANK ROGERS is:

              i.   VIRGINIA L.11 ROGERS, b. Abt. 1918.

 

 

35. NETTIE MAY10 FOSTER (JOHN LEE9, WILLIAM P.8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born May 1892 in Missouri, and died Bet. 1927 - 1930 in probably Yakima, Washington. She married RAYMOND CARYDOCK BRACKNEY November 10, 1909 in Warsaw, Benton County, Missouri, son of SAMUEL BRACKNEY and ALICE L.. He was born May 05, 1886 in McPherson County, South Dakota, and died April 25, 1972 in Olivehurst, Yuba County, California.

 

Notes for RAYMOND CARYDOCK BRACKNEY:

1910-Index Twp., Cass Co., Mo.

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1920- Baker County, Oregon

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1930 United States Federal Census > Washington > Yakima > West Wapato > District 116

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Note: Many of Nettie May's Lusby relatives were in the same areas of Oregon and Washington.

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Children of NETTIE FOSTER and RAYMOND BRACKNEY are:

              i.   THELMA G.11 BRACKNEY, b. Abt. 1910, Missouri.

 

Notes for THELMA G. BRACKNEY:

Class of 1930-Wapato High School, Yakima, Washington

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             ii.   GILBERT H. BRACKNEY, b. Abt. 1912, Missouri.

            iii.   NINA RUTH BRACKNEY, b. Abt. 1914, Missouri.

            iv.   HILDA E. BRACKNEY, b. Abt. 1917, Missouri; d. Bef. 1930.

             v.   SAMUEL L. BRACKNEY, b. Abt. 1920, Oregon.

            vi.   MABLE L. BRACKNEY, b. Abt. 1922, Oregon.

           vii.   DAVIS P. BRACKNEY, b. Abt. 1925, Oregon.

          viii.   KENNETH BRACKNEY, b. Abt. 1927, Washington.

 

 

36. EVA10 FOSTER (JOHN LEE9, WILLIAM P.8, PETHUEL7, JOHN6, ISAAC5, JOSEPH4 FORSTER, JACOB3 FORESTER, REGINALD2 FORSTER, THOMAS1) was born November 17, 1895 in Benton County, Missouri, and died July 22, 1953 in Benton County, Missouri. She married (1) ARCHIE RANSIER October 26, 1914 in Buchanan County, Missouri, son of MARQUIS RANSIER and CATHERINE BOCK. He was born February 07, 1893 in Maynard, Iowa, and died November 18, 1917 in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri. She married (2) WILLIAM H. STONE Abt. 1920. He was born Abt. 1898 in Missouri, and died Aft. 1953.

 

Notes for EVA FOSTER:

1920 United States Federal Census > Missouri > Benton > Lindsey > District 7

Listed as widowed. Her parents, John L. and Gillian, lived with her.

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Name: Eva Stone

Home in 1930: Leesville, Henry, Missouri Age: 34 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1896 Relation to Head of House: Wife Spouse's Name: William H

Household Members: Name Age

William H Stone 32

Eva Stone 34

Margaret L Stone 8 5/12

Clarence V Stone 6 6/12

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Notes for ARCHIE RANSIER:

Marriage license:

He lived in Latour, Johnson Co. and she lived in St. Joseph, Buchanan Co. when they married.

He was over 18. She was under age 18 and J.L. Foster gave written permission.

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Archie registered for the draft in Latour, Johnson County, Mo. in 1917.

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Name: Archie R Randsier Age in 1910: 17 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1893 Birthplace: Iowa Relation to Head of House: Son

Father's Name: M D Father's Birth Place: Iowa Mother's Name: Nancy C Mother's Birth Place: Pennsylvania

Home in 1910: Index, Cass, Missouri Marital Status: Single Race: White Gender: Male

Household Members: Name Age

M D Randsier 53

Nancy C Randsier 48

Bessie R Randsier 20

Archie R Randsier 17

Goldie Randsier 13

Artell o Randsier 11

Wilber Randsier 6

Helen Randsier 4

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Children of EVA FOSTER and WILLIAM STONE are:

              i.   MARGARET L.11 STONE, b. Abt. 1921.

             ii.   CLARENCE STONE, b. Abt. 1923.

            iii.   J. W. STONE, b. February 21, 1938, Benton County, Missouri; d. November 06, 1999, Windsor, Benton County, Missouri; m. SHIRLEY MEYER, April 17, 1960, Benton County, Missouri.

 

 

 
 
 
 
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