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Lee and I were both born in Nebraska and we enjoy the search for family history. Bennett, Wolverton, Train, Tracewell, Matson, Coles, Power, Bebb, Merritt, Rogers, Workman, & Matthias Miller are a few of the family names we research.|
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|Max||Alice Wolverton Kappel|
Hi Carman: I am sending you an e-mail with the info I have. I'm hoping it will help you.
Keep in touch 'Cuz.
Added by Max on Sep 26, 2014 9:25 PM
The birth location for Ophelia cannot possibly be correct as Norton County was not settled in 1863.
Are you sure about the death location (Devizes, Kansas) for William? It seems odd that he would die way up in the NW part of the county when Densmore is in the SE corner.
Added by Diehard on Sep 26, 2014 5:33 PM
George Kappel is not buried at Maplewood. If you find out where he is buried, please let me know.
Added by Annette on Sep 26, 2014 2:03 PM
Carmen, I checked at ancestry.com for Alice in the 1880 census and looed up the family 1900 census. The handwriting on the 1880 census is not very neat and there are errors that have been written over, so I pieced it together with the information from the 1900 census, also. There is a Wolverton family living on a farm in Little Blue, Washington, KS, in the 1880 census, and Greenleaf, Washington, KS, in the 1900 census. The father is either Jesse Wolverton, born September, 1832. He was born in PA, as were both his parents. The wife is listed at Louisa (at least his second, married in 1877). She was born in IL; her parents in MA. Amongst the children in the 1880 census is Alice, age 13, born in IL. That makes the birth year a little off what I have on Alice's grave, but I could have written it down wrong. Hope this helps.
Added by Annette on Sep 26, 2014 8:21 AM
|Annette||Alice Wolverton Kappel|
I don't have a great deal of information on Alice Wolverton Kappel. I know for certain that her grave is in Maplewood Cemetery near Barnes and the dates on it are 1864 - 1891 (I have seen her grave). The couple had two children, Maude (born 1887, in Barnes, KS) and Mary (born 1890, also in Barnes). In the 1880 census, George was single and living in Valley, Page, Iowa, and I am not certain if they married in that vicinity or in Kansas. I hope this helps some.
Added by Annette on Sep 26, 2014 7:28 AM
Thank you for the updates to Patrick and Catherine McDonald.
Added by sardakco on Sep 15, 2014 10:16 AM
I live in Waco, NE and have been researching the cemetery here for year's. I am having trouble locating Myrtle & husband Caleb final resting place.
Record's for older burials were not recorded as they should have been. There are a number of Everts buried here. Some are in the Southern part and others lay in the original Northern part. Adam and Sophie, Calebs parents are there. I am wondering if you may have any idea were Myrtle & Caleb mite be buried.
Any help would be appreciated.
Added by Bob on Sep 03, 2014 8:57 PM
|Mary ||RE: Butler|
I would love to have any info you have on my great-grandfather, James A. Butler. Thanks, for contacting me. Mary
Added by Mary on Jul 30, 2014 3:57 PM
|Arlet Anderson||Thanks for Obit|
Thank you for posting the obituaries for William Koester #6694910 and his wife Anna. I had never seen these before.
I am a great granddaughter of Wm and Anna.
Do you know any other info about Wm and Anna Koester and/or do you have any pictures?
|Storres Myers||RE: Rhone|
You are welcome and thank you for acknowledging the photos.--Storres
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