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David Aspelin (#47668150)
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Patsy Hittle Gore
Aaron W. Strong buried Barton County, Kansas
Hi I notice you have added some information on A. W. Strong to find a grave. I think I stumbled on another wife for him. Appears he may have married 5x. 1885 he's with Martha, 1895 with Margret, & Civil War pension he has Mary as his wife.

Kansas Newspaper 27 Aug 1880, p.4. Announce the marriage of Mrs. M. E. Leinbach & Squire A. W. Strong both of Barton County, Kansas. The Great Bend Weekly (Great Bend, Kansas). This is a Maybe/might for Martha E. Marshall Leinbach. She was listed in 1880 under the last name of Leinebaugh living in Barton Co., Kansas as a widow with four of her children. Any Clues on her would be most appreciated. Happy Digging from Alaska, Patsy
Added by Patsy Hittle Gore on Dec 31, 2015 12:59 PM
Red
Timothy Wilcox
Thank you for the sending me the transcript of Timothy's obituary. I appreciate you taking the time to do this for me. Red
Added by Red on Jul 19, 2014 11:00 AM
Flutterby
RE: Rolland Timothy Wilcox
Wow. That was quite the letter! Thank you for sharing it. In addition to its genealogical value, it also conveys quite a lot about the times.

I will add a note to the great-granddaughter's papers with Rolland's name and the other information that you have shared on F/G. Although he obviously lived to adulthood, I can only guess that he was not mentioned by name because he died relatively young.

Again, thanks. I appreciate your response.

Best wishes.
Added by Flutterby on Jul 11, 2014 11:10 AM
Peggy (Short) Wilson
RE: Fannie Culver Short
David,

Thanks for this info, I will try to contact the museum, maybe I can get copies also. I do have some info on Ed and on his family and yes he is buried in Osgood, Indiana with his parents, although there is a memorial stating that he is buried in Caldwell, Ks. There is also another one that I found for Fannie with an unknown burial. The numbers for those memorials if you want to look are 59711291 & 59711331. Now you can see why I am so confused on Fannie. It seems the more I research the more different answers (and questions) I get. If you will email me at babylove1919@gmail.com I will be happy to share with you what I have. Thanks again for your help.

Peggy
Added by Peggy (Short) Wilson on Apr 02, 2013 11:40 AM
 

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