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Diane (#47011892)
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Bio Photo I am an avid genealogist and cat lover! I spend a lot of time researching my ancestors and their kin. Finding and visiting an ancestor's grave is always a thrill for me. I enjoy walking cemeteries and thinking about the lives of the people buried there.
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Kevin Rich
RE: Nancy Brown
You're welcome. I was glad to do it.
Added by Kevin Rich on Apr 10, 2016 3:29 PM
RE: John Boland/Bowling
Mistaken about Huckleberry marriage, she married a David Boling.

From Ancestry:
Indiana, Marriage Index, 1800-1941
Name John Bolan
Spouse Name Minerva Jane Johns
Marriage Date 7 Jul 1867
Marriage County Orange
Household Members
John Bolan
Minerva Jane Johns

Indiana, Index to Select Marriages, 2780-1992
Mary Yool (Tuell)
3 May 1887
Gender: Female
Spouse: John Boling
Child: Gracie Boling
Added by rhm on Feb 26, 2016 8:42 PM
John Boland/Bowling
John Boland married:
7 Jul 1867 Minerva Jane Johns
2 Apr 1884 Rachel A. Huckleberry
3 May 1887 Mary Tuell

1880 Federal Census, Jackson Cty, Indiana:
John Boland 35
Minerva J. 34
Sarah A. 12
William H. 10
Mary E. 8
Lotha T.(son) 6
James B. 4
Added by rhm on Feb 25, 2016 5:17 PM
RE: Hubbard
You are welcome.
Added by KUfan on Jan 26, 2016 6:53 AM
An Old Settler Gone. Died, on Monday night, Dec. 28, 1875, Mrs. Hubbard, mother of Jessie Hubbard, Of Bill's Creek. Aged about 72 years. Mrs. Hubbard is said to be the first white woman who settled in the Jackson country. The Holton Recorder and Express, December 30, 1875.
Added by KUfan on Jan 25, 2016 7:22 PM
Arrington. February 28. Mrs. Walter Hamner died in Pueblo, Colo., on Monday, Feb. 20, of lung trouble. She was buried in Pueblo. She leaves a little daughter five weeks old and a son of three years. Bent Hamner's will take the children. Miss Lola Hale who has been with her sister since her sickness, is expected in Arrington at her Aunt, Mrs. Hubbard's, with the children on Tuesday evening. The Tribune, March 3, 1899.
Added by KUfan on Jan 25, 2016 6:53 PM
FYI----------I did not look for their memorials:

Mayetta. Mrs. A. J. Hubbard, of Guthrie, Okla., visited with relatives and friends last week. Mrs. Hubbard was one of the first settlers in this community, having come here just before the civil war with her husband, J. A. Hubbard. By honest industry they accumulated a comfortable home and raised a large family of children. Several years ago Mr. Hubbard sold his farm south of Birmingham and moved to Oklahoma, where he died last spring. The Holton Recorder, January 4, 1900.
Added by KUfan on Jan 25, 2016 6:01 PM
RE: John E. Hubbard
I sent this to the owner of the memorial. Don't know if they will post it or not:

Zackariah Gragg was born May 12, 1833 and died Nov. 17, 1899, making his age 66 years and 6 months. His birth occurred in Clay Co., Mo., and he came to Kansas in the early `50's, establishing at once the home that he now leaves desolate, about six miles west of Valley Falls. He was one of the originators of the Gragg's Chapel altho' most of his life was spent out of church .... was first married to a Miss Hubbard and a child was born to them, which died young. Death claimed the wife. His second wife was Miss Roxalina Ferrell, to whom nine children were born, five passing away in youth and the four surviving are George and Dee Gragg, of this place, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Taylor, of Burlington and Mrs. Laura Frances McNorton, of Kansas City, Mo., all of whom were present at the death of their father. After the death of his second wife, he was married to Isaphim Boise who still survives him. To them, one child was born, which died in infancy .... He united with the M. E. church south, in 1870 .... The Masons took charge of the remains which were laid to their last rest in the chapel cemetery .... The Tribune, February 16, 1900.
Added by KUfan on Jan 25, 2016 5:54 PM
RE: John E. Hubbard
I most certainly will !! Thank you for appreciating it.
Added by KUfan on Jan 21, 2016 8:18 PM
Walker family
It must have been someone else--none of those names sound familiar to me. I do have some distant cousins in Missouri, though--I do know that.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Jan 03, 2016 5:14 AM
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